Fluke Networks has an awesome Ethernet connectivity poster available for free via the following link
Here’s a link to the electronic (PDF) version: LinkRunnerAT_4256156_6510_ENG_A_W
I found a fantastic reference to NEMA electrical plugs and sockets which can prove invaluable when trying to determine what type of plug to order or what type of plug is in front of you.
Thanks to Pass & Seymour/Legrand for making this available!
I had been looking for a simple stand-alone SFTP server that could run on Windows Server 2003/2008 and didn’t require an installation or reboot. The best solution I’ve found so far is CORE SFTP Server available here.
I’ve tested this SFTP server with Cisco Communications Manager 9.1 (CallManager) and Unity Connection 9.1 with good results.
After using this SFTP server a few more times it seems as though it works some of the time. I would highly recommend either using a Linux based SFTP or SilverSHielD for Windows (mentioned in a previous post).
An excellent way to test both sending and receiving faxes is to use the free HP fax service. Remember that this services uses your caller ID to determine what number to send the return fax to.
Another service I’ve used to generate test faxes from a web browser (not requiring you to have a fax machine) is faxZero.
A wise man once said “the great thing about standards is that everyone can have one!”. This holds terribly true for the electrical service delivered to around the globe.
An excellent source of information on this topic can be found here.