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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 9:43 pm 
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Very Nice Work / Job..
Scorpion , Thank You for putting your time into it.
Love your Sig.. And it's so true.


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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 10:02 pm 
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QUESTION: Why is there always enough time to go back and fix it right a second time??


Boy Have I been quilty of this in the past!!


I am glad this information can be a resource to just about any CCTV project that you can think of.

I posted this info here as a back up as well....

http://scorpiontheater.com/links.aspx

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Firestop Info:

http://www.uniquefirestop.com/smooth.htm

Home Page
http://www.uniquefirestop.com/products.htm

Instructions:
http://www.uniquefirestop.com/smooth3.htm

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Guide to Cabling:

http://www.vdvworks.com/UncleTed/

http://www.vdvworks.com/UncleTed/PDF/uncleted.pdf

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Introduction To Structured Cabling:

http://www.scausa.org/scaintroppt/SCA.htm

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STRUCTURED CABLING ASSOCIATION:
http://www.scausa.org/

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Certification Info:


http://www.naaa.org/index.php?s=29

http://www.iscwest.com/app/homepage.cfm ... nkID=29889


http://www.nicet.org/
http://www.nicet.org/candidates/programs/video.cfm
http://www.nicet.org/candidates/program ... nician.cfm


https://www.asisonline.org/store/progra ... ml?id=6348



UK
http://www.the-sia.org.uk/home/licensing/cctv/cctv.htm


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BICSI

http://www.bicsi.org/

Telecommunications Distribution Methods Manual
http://www.bicsi.org/Content/Index.aspx ... dmpubs.htm

Training:
http://www.bicsi.org/content/index.aspx ... index.aspx

Course Discriptions:
http://www.bicsi.org/content/index.aspx ... rsedes.htm

Commercial Installer
http://www.bicsi.org/content/index.aspx ... erview.htm


Cable Skills Challange! Who will win??

http://www.bicsi.org/Content/index.aspx ... lenge.html

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2009 10:29 pm 
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wow...there are so many links, and all from one person. how much time you spent to find so many info?!


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:35 am 
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It came about in many different ways.

I may be pounding my head against the wall, and then I "Google" for answers, or I am working on a project, and I start "researching".

There have been customers that have wanted an oddball solution to something, and I try to find a "trick".

Some of it come from looking at one item then going on a tangent. Portforward leads to router info which leads to the home page of a list of companies, and then on to wireless info, and then you stumble on a forum for something, and you find a help tip, or a valued link, and from posts in the forum you find another website that has tips, and tricks, and then you find the link page, and you tangent down the line.

I do not know how many years there are, but a minimum 5 years all together, and maybe 2 to 3 years on the AVTech stuff.

I work with PI, and spy shops so I end up doing GPS searches, and wireless camera searches ect.

Sometimes I will see a post at CCTV forum that makes me want to learn more, and I do it more for my own "giggles".

The website was actually a beta test that Microsoft who asked me to test the product, and I just built that site as a dummy site. When MS went live with the product I continued to add pages from my own notes.

It is kind of nice to see someone with a question, and I can do a quick cut, and paste to provide the answer, or the info.

I see about 4000 hits on the website and I can see what people type in to the search engine that brought them to my site. Interesting stuff if you like to track trends. I can see the moment that a company goes "green" and they no longer include paper manuals in the box. I get hit all at once with "manual AVC 760.....videoserver s.... (S??? Who is still using s???).

If I had more time I could clean it up some, or add more stuff.

My business advisor has told me to shut it down, or charge for the services.

Wow! I made it free to help people. The economy is making it so that I have to charge for manuals, and downloads.

Maybe it would be better to let the site go. I do not know what to do.

Yeesh, this economy sucks!

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 Post subject: Re: Great info on Port Forwarding
PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:54 am 
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Great info, thanks :).


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 9:03 pm 
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This is the best I've found. Read every tab- especially if you are new to the process.

http://wifi-wiz.net/

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 Post subject: Re: Great info on Port Forwarding
PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 6:14 pm 
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Just great. Thanks admin.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2012 12:50 pm 
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a bunch of great links. Thanks guys :)


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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 2:53 am 
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wow, nice selection of useful links in here.

But I couldnt find any setting for a Fritzbox 7170. Ideas?


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 19, 2012 12:35 am 
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Manual
http://www.voiptalk.org/products/pdf/ma ... nglish.pdf

Flashing a Friztbox
http://rukerneltool.rainerullrich.de/ru ... ish_EN.pdf

I need to change the setting of router Fritz Box. The setting were set by another person. I can't connect to router using cable, may be standard port or address were changed. So the only option is to switch to factory settings. Usually there is a button which deletes all the settings. I read the documentation and they tell to call the number #991*15901590* on the router. Do I have to connect telephone to router?

The fritz.box 7170 is always available on http://169.254.1.1. (Just set the IP address manually in the range of 169.254.1.x)



Info from this website:
http://www.nat32.com/nat32e/htm/fritz.htm

Introduction
Fritz!Box is a very powerful DSL Wireless Router with several unique features:

•Certified firewall protects all your local computers.
•Acts as a private telephone exchange for two lines and several telephones.
•Supports VOIP Internet Telephony from any attached phone.
•Supports IEEE 802.11g++ for added range and speed.
•Excellent DSL throughput, even at high bit rates.
•Traffic Shaping allocates DSL bandwidth fairly amongst applications.
•Most models allow USB Drives and Printers to be attached.
•Functionality can be extended by starting programs on a USB storage device.

NAT32 Builds 1048 and later have Fritz!Box control and configuration support via a upnpc command.

Full details of the latest Fritz!Box models are here: Fritz!Box Home

The Fritz!Box Fon WLAN Annex A Version (Part Number 2000 1681) works perfectly in Australia and other countries that have non-ISDN (POTS) telephone networks. It comes with English firmware and instructions and can be ordered from: Sipgate (UK).

Tips and Tricks

•When using a phone with the Fritz!Box, you may hear a continuous buzzing noise when you try to make a call. This is mains hum caused by an earth loop of some sort. To get rid of it, substitute a normal CAT5 unshielded twisted pair Ethernet cable for the red shielded cable that came with the box.
•To turn on the Telnet Server in the Fritzbox, pick up your phone and then type: #96*7*
•Update: The Telnet Server was omitted from many recent firmware updates, and so the above may not work. To fix this problem, download this file: http://www.telefonsparbuch.de/software/ ... t04.30.tar and install it on your FritzBox as a firmware update.
Start the Windows Telnet Client

•To start the Telnet Server when your Fritz!Box boots, enter the following commands:
echo '#!/bin/sh'>/var/rc.user
echo '/usr/sbin/telnetd -l /sbin/ar7login'>>/var/rc.user
cat /var/rc.user > /var/flash/debug.cfg

•The sequence #96*8* turns off the Telnet Server.
•To install and start an FTP Server on your Fritz!Box, see Tuning and Hacking the Fritz!Box (In German).
•If you have a 7170 Fritz!Box, it is already running an FTP server that you can use to access a USB drive.
•To map that drive to a Windows drive letter, download and install the free NetDrive program from here: Download NetDrive
•The NetDrive help file (in Windows CHM format) is available here: NetDrive Help.
•Tip: If NetDrive doesn't start automatically at boot-time, locate the netdrive.exe file and rename it to webdrive.exe.
•Be sure to check for the latest firmware for your Fritz!box here: Fritz!Box Firmware
•If you are using Internet Explorer 7 (or later), be sure to add 192.168.178.1 to the list of trusted sites, otherwise the firmware update will not work. This is because the pathname of the update file is stripped by IE7 and the firmware file can then not be found.
•Open the Fritz!Box DSL packet trace window.

How to Edit Configuration Files


Start the Windows Telnet Client
•Start the Fritz!Box editor nvi.
•To edit say the voip.cfg file, enter: nvi /var/flash/voip.cfg
• Type / to search for text, i to enter edit mode, then make the needed changes.
•ESC returns to command mode, :w saves the file, :q exits the editor.
•Command reboot restarts the Fritz!Box.
• Command exit exits Telnet.

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 Post subject: Re: Great info on Port Forwarding
PostPosted: Thu Mar 14, 2013 12:49 am 
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Hello, I have created one Lan network. In this I have one dns server. I want to give the same IP Address to the dns server as well as IP address for the Default Gateway of my lan network to Forward my all lan trafic to the router.
I don't know about this. If anybody know about this please help me.


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Does anyone have any idea as to how I might reset my DVR. When I go into the menu some of the sub-menus are missing, such as the advance menu does not show the net config sub-menu page. or the backup menu can't be accessed. The machine is a 16-channel AVTECH AVC787D. Also the DVD-RW does not eject. However when the system boots the DVD is accessed but the draw doesn't open.


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great links thank you


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 Post subject: Re: Great info on Port Forwarding
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Here is a video I made on how to open ports for Comcast routers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYoL2wLNvwc

I also made one for AT&T routers. The videos are pretty straight forward and walk you through all the steps as I do them with big blue arrows. Should at least make sense of what you are trying to get done in case your router has different menus at some point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-y_oPxLtkuE


Good luck guys and feel free to ask me questions here!


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