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The Phone Booth / Re: Home Depot Coupon
« Last post by liquidvw on December 11, 2019, 12:31:36 PM »

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Up here the road salt would have gotten them both long ago.

-Hal
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Cool story. Pretty sure she was on Leno's show back in the day. I still think the 60's were the best time for American automobile engineers. Beautiful cars and trucks. Ran around in high school in a 65 Comet Cyclone. That was a sharp car. Still on the lookout for a nice 65 model. Right now I am chasing a couple of 60s model Studebaker GT Hawks. Unusual car as it was produced in small numbers but they were well engineered.
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https://www.throttlextreme.com/florida-woman-93-reached-end-road-567000-miles-1964-mercury/?fbclid=IwAR1vuuoDp5561siQ9uVLCbb-OOWV_COIwQv5gfG1QzVgV1-q5dog5EFL9CE

Veitch said the classic car — which boasts automatic transmission, frosty air conditioning and a “lousy” 15 miles per gallon — has been featured in several car shows across the country and took her all the way to Pennsylvania in 2007 for her 70th high school reunion. Classmates and neighbors alike are sick of the same old story, she said. Veitch’s dream car was renovated in 2002 after she got a speeding ticket for going 92 mph in a 55 mph zone.  :011: :054:

“When I buy gas, I write down the mileage, the date and how many miles per gallon I got,” she told. “I’ve never been a destructive person and I’ve just taken care of everything, except my husbands.”   :011: :011: :011: :011:

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NEC / Re: Single Line Delayed Ring
« Last post by Keighlar on December 10, 2019, 09:03:41 AM »
That version 2 upgrade was nice!   :054:
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NEC / Re: Single Line Delayed Ring
« Last post by TexasTechnician on December 06, 2019, 11:30:56 PM »
Update. I've been meaning to update this thread so here goes: I didn't realize that you can add extensions to multiple IRG's! (I think that's what Stacy was trying to tell me) That solved my problem by putting the extension in IRG's 1 & 2 with a 10 second delay for the IRG I wanted delayed ring on. No virtual extensions required. :003:
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Data Networks & Routers / Re: Port forwarding / Check open ports
« Last post by MacGyver on December 05, 2019, 07:29:20 PM »
Anytime, Skip.  Glad you got the I.T. guy trained and all is working.  Thanks for the update.  :003:
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Data Networks & Routers / Re: Port forwarding / Check open ports
« Last post by Skip555 on December 05, 2019, 04:49:32 PM »
SL1100 is up and working . IT guy got the programming set , I went in this morning and all four phones came up  I made a few test calls and voice quality is good .

VPN is working on the Panasonic so we should be able to get the cell stations upgraded

Thanks , Trace ,Bobby and Stacy  It's nice to have a place to discuss issues like this .
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Data Networks & Routers / Re: Port forwarding / Check open ports
« Last post by TexasTechnician on December 04, 2019, 09:04:03 PM »
I'm by no means experienced with Sonic Walls and I considered myself lucky every time I muddled through and got something to work for me on one but I think Trace is correct that the ports must be forwarded before it will work.

It's been a while but I think there were a couple of questions about that very subject when I took the online certification course for the SL2100.
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Data Networks & Routers / Re: Port forwarding / Check open ports
« Last post by MacGyver on December 04, 2019, 07:45:34 PM »
so he opened the ports but don't then need to be forwarded too?  Or is that another way of saying forwarded ?

No, just because a port is open doesn't mean it's forwarded.  Stacey and I actually had that conversation earlier today on this thread.  I wondered if a port was opened if that would be enough since the IP phone is communicating with the cabinet, but neither of us have ever tried it that way.  I don't think it would work because the initial signal from the IP phone on 5080 would have no way to get to the cabinet without that port forward.  It sounds like one step at a time you're getting this guy there.

I would still make sure the he expressly states that the initial internet modem/device is in bridge mode.  Otherwise you're not going to get there without additional programming.
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