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Computers, Software & Accessories / NETFLIX email scam
« Last post by CMDL_GUY on November 12, 2019, 02:11:44 PM »
This header for an email was placed in between two legitimate Netflix emails.  Netflix has the red "N" to the left of the email subject line, these fools had a double red "NN"    :011:

͏Ne͏t͏f͏l͏i͏x ͏No͏t͏i͏f͏i͏c͏a͏t͏i͏o͏n <news@insiderinn.com>
Sat 11/9/2019 10:59 AM
$90 Free Trial Offer Confirmed. Claim Now!

Don't let them get you!   :066:
NEC / Re: Single Line Delayed Ring
« Last post by MacGyver on November 12, 2019, 12:04:29 PM »
Computers, Software & Accessories / Re: Wi-Fi Hot Spot for Internet Access Backup
« Last post by oobie on November 12, 2019, 11:55:24 AM »
Yes you use the Cradlepoint as the failover device that you would put an aircard or register with a Carrier (VZ, Att, etc)
NEC / Re: Single Line Delayed Ring
« Last post by oobie on November 12, 2019, 11:53:46 AM »
Yup what Stacey said!
NEC / Re: Single Line Delayed Ring
« Last post by Keighlar on November 12, 2019, 10:58:42 AM »
You can't put a VE on an SLT.  I wish you could.  :)

Forwarding a VE in 24-09 is the proper way.  24-02-03 (No Answer for Call Forward) and 24-02-04 (Ring Inward Recall Timer work in tandem.  24-02-03 must be shorter than 24-02-04.

The best way to do this it to upgrade the system software.  In Version 2 you can set up incoming ring group delay extensions in 22-04.
Thanks Gary.

I finally heard back from Cradlepoint today and according to what we were told today they do not provide Internet access at all. They only provide the hardware. We would have to go through some other carrier for the service.
NEC / Single Line Delayed Ring
« Last post by TexasTechnician on November 11, 2019, 02:26:17 PM »
On a SL2100 I have a single line ext. 109 that I want to ring directly when line 3 rings and delayed ring when lines 1 & 2 ring. I have put line 3 in IRG 2 and ext. 109 in the same IRG and it's working as I want.

I have assigned a virtual extension (251) on key 13 of ext. 109 and set it to ring delayed but it never rings. I dial ext. 251 and it never rings on ext. 109.

The system allows me to program it but I'm not sure single lines work like that. I have thought about forwarding a virtual ext. to 109 but I'm afraid it will ring on an incoming call with no delay.
Edit: I have forwarded a virtual ext to 109 for a no answer condition but it takes a very long time to ring when I dial ext. 252 and I have been unable to locate the timer. I have not been able to test it to see if line 3 rings delayed because they want me to wait until after business hours to test.

Is there another way to accomplish this?
The Phone Booth / Re: Fitbit to Be Acquired by Google
« Last post by MacGyver on November 09, 2019, 02:14:52 PM »
Most of you know that aside from my day job so to speak I gathered up a few other businesses over the years.  Most of which are joint ventures.  I would own them, and someone else would run them.  Most of you also know I have been trying to wind those down, but one of them is an investigations firm that's been going strong for decades that was run by an old supervisor of mine from my law enforcement days.  Earlier we had investigation tools in the private sector that local police departments only had in their wildest dreams.  Today with marketing, many departments have the tools, but since they're from the private sector, there is a fee to be paid for every search, so only higher ranking CID personnel has access to them.

Where I was going with this is that we have some reverse IP lookups that are a bit different.  Data companies pay for your info.  So Hal, you go to an auto parts supply on line, and buy a part.  They now have your IP and your name, billing and shipping address, etc.  True, you may not have ordered from there, but that IP now gets associated with your ID.  Your ID is also associated with your vehicle license plates.  We have reports that will show us what traffic cameras have seen that plate in the past 30, 60, days etc.  Not only traffic cams, but there are repo wreckers that drive through parking lots, apartment complexes, etc. and they have cameras that photograph and catalog all plates.  If the wrecker drives past a car that's wanted for repo, he gets an alarm.  As these companies get gobbled up by each other, the beast grows stronger. 
Computers, Software & Accessories / Re: Wi-Fi Hot Spot for Internet Access Backup
« Last post by oobie on November 07, 2019, 01:25:27 PM »
Like Stacey we've used Cradlepoints for a long time for back up stuff.  You can get them for as cheap as 15/mo then charged usage if used.  But nothing free that I've ever seen.
Thank you Stacey, I will check into their plans.

Trace, I will definitely keep you updated if I find something worth the while. I know this is not the only customer out there looking for a backup.
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