Articles by Carla Schroder 

Getting Around IPv6

Once you know your way around the IPv6 address space, it's time to go play.

VoIPowering Your Office with Asterisk: Call Queues

"We're sorry, all our representatives are currently busy," may be an annoyance, but it is often the appropriate way to handle incoming calls. Here's how.

Understand IPv6 Addresses

A lack of familiarity with IPv6's address conventions stops a lot of admins dead in their tracks. Here's how IPv6 addressing works, and how to see through all those colons.

VoIPowering Your Office with Asterisk: Transferring, Parking, and Hunting

Re-routing calls within an organization—as opposed to simply ringing the extension initially dialed—is a vital telephony function. It's easy with Asterisk.

Build a Linux-Based Single-Board WAP (Part 4)

Using single-board computers and Linux, you can build robust, secure wireless access points and routers custom-configured to your specs.

VoIPowering Your Office with Asterisk: Conferencing´┐ŻEasy and Cheap

Among its many virtues, Asterisk can manage teleconferences—either one-off or recurring—with a minimum of hassle or overhead.

Under the Hood with IPv6

Yes, it might be costly, it's not what you're used to, and nobody's holding a gun to your head to implement it. Wouldn't you still rather understand IPv6 than fear it?

VoIPowering Your Office with Asterisk: Dealing with Wanted and Unwanted Callers

Asterisk can provide special handling for calls from specific individuals, or generic nuisances like telemarketers.

Tinker for Freedom

Opinion: In more ways than just code, tinkers make the Free Software world go round.

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