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What ports do I need to open to permit VPN traffic ?

For PPTP VPN connections, you need to open TCP port 1723 (for PPTP tunnel maintenance traffic).
PPTP also uses IP port 47 for tunneling data. Port 47 is designed for "General Routing Encapsulation" or GRE packets.
For L2TP VPN connections, you need to open UDP port 500 for Internet Key Exchange (IKE) traffic and UDP port 1701 for L2TP traffic.

SMTP Commands

The following table lists the SMTP commands that are provided by the Microsoft Windows® SMTP service (SMTPSVC).

SMTP commands

SMTP command Command function
HELO Sent   by a client to identify itself, usually with a domain name.
EHLO Enables   the server to identify its support for Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol   (ESMTP) commands.
MAIL   FROM Identifies   the sender of the message; used in the form MAIL FROM:.
RCPT   TO Identifies   the message recipients; used in the form RCPT TO:.
TURN Allows   the client and server to switch roles and send mail in the reverse direction   without having to establish a new connection.
ATRN The   ATRN (Authenticated TURN) command optionally takes one or more domains as a   parameter. The ATRN command must be rejected if the session has not been   authenticated.
SIZE Provides   a mechanism by which the SMTP server can indicate the maximum size message   supported. Compliant servers must provide size extensions to indicate the   maximum size message that can be accepted. Clients should not send messages   that are larger than the size indicated by the server.
ETRN An   extension of SMTP. ETRN is sent by an SMTP server to request that another   server send any e-mail messages that it has.
PIPELINING Provides   the ability to send a stream of commands without waiting for a response after   each command.
CHUNKING An   ESMTP command that replaces the DATA command. So that the SMTP host does not   have to continuously scan for the end of the data, this command sends a BDAT   command with an argument that contains the total number of bytes in a   message. The receiving server counts the bytes in the message and, when the   message size equals the value sent by the BDAT command, the server assumes it   has received all of the message data.
DATA Sent   by a client to initiate the transfer of message content.
DSN An   ESMTP command that enables delivery status notifications.
RSET Nullifies   the entire message transaction and resets the buffer.
VRFY Verifies   that a mailbox is available for message delivery; for example, vrfy ted   verifies that a mailbox for Ted resides on the local server. This command is   off by default in Exchange implementations.
HELP Returns   a list of commands that are supported by the SMTP service.
QUIT Terminates   the session.

Extended SMTP commands

Extended SMTP command Command function
X-EXPS   GSSAPI A   method that is used by Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and   Exchange 2000 Server servers to authenticate.
X-EXPS=LOGIN A   method that is used by Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 servers to   authenticate.
X-EXCH50 Provides   the ability to propagate message properties during server-to-server   communication.
X-LINK2STATE Adds   support for link state routing in Exchange.

Ports used by Exchange

Protocol Port Description
SMTP TCP:   25 The   SMTP service uses TCP port 25.
DNS TCP/UDP:   53 DNS   listens on port 53. Domain controllers use this port.
LSA TCP:   691 The   Microsoft Exchange Routing Engine service (RESvc) listens for routing link   state information on this port.
LDAP TCP/UPD:   389 Lightweight   directory access protocol (LDAP) used by Microsoft Active Directory®   directory service, Active Directory Connector, and the Microsoft Exchange   Server 5.5 directory use this port.
LDAP/SSL TCP/UDP:   636 LDAP   over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) uses this port.
LDAP TCP/UDP:   379 The   Site Replication Service (SRS) uses this port.
LDAP TCP/UDP:   390 This   is the recommended alternate port to configure the Exchange Server 5.5   LDAP protocol when Exchange Server 5.5 is running on an Active Directory   domain controller.
LDAP TCP:   3268 Global   catalog. The Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 Active Directory   global catalog (a domain controller "role") listens on TCP   port 3268.
LDAP/SSLPort TCP:   3269 Global   catalog over SSL. Applications that connect to TCP port 3269 of a global   catalog server can transmit and receive SSL encrypted data.
IMAP4 TCP:   143 Internet   Message Access Protocol (IMAP) uses this port.
IMAP4/SSL TCP:   993 IMAP4   over SSL uses this port.
POP3 TCP:   110 Post   Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) uses this port.
POP3/SSL TCP:   995 POP3   over SSL uses this port.
NNTP TCP:   119 Network   News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) uses this port.
NNTP/SSL TCP:   563 NNTP   over SSL uses this port.
HTTP TCP:   80 HTTP   uses this port.
HTTP/SSL TCP:   443 HTTP   over SSL uses this port.

A List of SMTP Servers for many ISP’s

ISP smtp server
NamesToday smtp.namestoday.ws
AOL Do not use SMTP
BlueYonder smtp.blueyonder.co.uk
BusinessServe smtp.businessserve.co.uk (aap.businessserve.co.uk for advanced access)
BTClick smtp.btclick.com
BT Internet mail.btinternet.com
BT Openworld mail.btopenworld.com
Cableinet smtp.blueyonder.co.uk
Claranet relay.clara.net
CWCom smtp.ntlworld.com
Demon post.demon.co.uk
Easynet smtp.easynet.co.uk
Freeserve smtp.freeserve.co.uk
Genie mail.genie.co.uk
ic24 smtp.ic24.net
Interdart mail.dsl.interdart.net
Iomart smtp.domain.ext
Lineone smtp.lineone.net
Lycos smtp.lycos.co.uk
Madasafish smtp.madasafish.com
Mistral smtp.mistral.co.uk
NamesToday smtp.namestoday.ws
Netscapeonline mailhost.netscapeonline.co.uk
Newnet post.newnet.co.uk
Nildram smtp.nildram.co.uk
NTLWorld smtp.ntlworld.com
OneTel mail.onetel.net.uk
Pipex smtp.dial.pipex.com
Purplenet smtp.purplenet.co.uk
Supanet smtp.supanet.com
Screaming.Net smtp.tiscali.co.uk
Telewest smtp.blueyonder.co.uk
Tesconet mail.tesco.net
Tiscali smtp.tiscali.co.uk
Totalise mail.totalise.co.uk
UKGateway smtp.ukgateway.net
V 21 smtp.v21.co.uk
Virgin smtp.virgin.net
Vispa mail.vispa.com
Waitrose smtpmail.waitrose.com
Which Online mail.which.net
Worldonline smtp.tiscali.co.uk
Yahoo smtp.mail.yahoo.com

Unlock the Digital Dash on Fords

This information sold on eBay for 99p+ as UNLOCK YOUR FORD LCD DASH DISPLAY FOCUS PUMA FEISTA Ford Puma Digital Dash Unlock - MPH / KPH / Revs etc. Unlock Digital Dash on Ford FOCUS FIESTA MONDEO ESCORT Unlock Your Ford Cougar / Mondeo / Focus / Ka Display Details Self Diagnostics Mode The Self Diagnostics Mode gives you in-depth information about your engine and the actual numbers in digital. To use it, follow the steps: * Insert Key but do not turn it on * Press and hold the Trip Meter Reset Button * While holding the reset button, start your car and continue holding the button    * Within 10 seconds, the display should change to "test" in LCD font and the needles will do a full sweeping. Release the Button Pressing the button will now cycle through some 17 different modes * 1.Shows a Gauge Sweep * 2. Shows all 8's on the LCD (LCD TEST) * 3. Illuminates all the bulbs on the dash * 4. Displays hexadecimal value for ROM level * 5. Displays the hexadecimal value for EE level * 6. Shows DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) * 7. Digital Speedometer - mph * 8. Digital Speedometer - kph * 9. N/A * 10. Digital tachometer * 11.Fuel volume * 12. Engine coolant temperature * 13. Battery voltage * 14. ABS fail * 15. Electronic brake distribution (EBD) failure * 16. Illumination * 17. Crank Sense  

Cheat sheet for Total Annihilation


+ANTIALIAS     Toggles antialiasing on 3d models. +ATM    Gives you 1000 metal and energy. +BIGBROTHER    Scrolls through your units. +BPS    Shows data transfer rate in a multiplayer game. +CDSTART       Starts the CD music. +CDSTOP        Stops the CD Music. +CLOCK In-game clock addition. +COMBUSTION    Kill all other players' units. +COMPRESSIONTURNS      Multiplayer compression on / off.. +CONTOUR#      Displays a 3D contour, # = 1-15. +CONTROL#      Control a different skirmish AI. +DITHER        Dithering instead of line-of-site. +DOUBLESHOT    All weapons do twice the damage. +FSHADOW       Takes away feature shadows. +GAMMA #       Changes screem gamma (0-20). +HALFSHOT      All weapons do half the damage. +HONK   Makes units honk when they stop. +ILOSE Causes you to lose. +INFARED       Toggles fog of war on / off. +IWIN   Causes you to win. +KILL# Kills off a player, where # is 0-4 . +KILL   Kills all units (including yours). +LIGHT Hide the shaded object (?). +LOGO   Change your color (not tested in multiplayer). +LOS # Toggles line of sight settings. +LUSHEE        Limited resource increase. +MAKEPOSTER    Makes a huge BMP file of the current map. +MAPPING       Covers the screen with darkness. +METEOR        Causes a random meteor shower. +MUSICMODE #   Changes type of CD music being played. +NANOLATHING   Nanolathing 2X but also -2X metal usage. +NETSTATS      Makes BPS counter go mad, then go normal. +NOENERGY      Drops your energy to 0. +NOMETAL       Drops your metal to 0. +NOSHAKE       Toggles antialiasing on 3d models. +NOWISEE       Full map, no LOS. +RADAR 100% radar coverage. +RELOADAIPROFILES      Reloads the AI. +SCREENCHAT    Enable/disable chat text in multiplayer. +SETI   Toggle minimap on / off. +SETSHAREENERGY #      Shares energy while keeping # amount for yourself. +SETSHAREMETAL #       Shares metal while keeping # amount for yourself. +SFX    Enable/disable sound effects. +SHADOW        Removes shadow from buildings. +SHAREENERGY   Shares energy with your allies. +SHAREMAPPING Shares map info with your allies. +SHAREMETAL    Share metal with your allies. +SHOOTALL      Makes your units fire at everything the enemy has. +SING   Makes units sing when ordered. +SWITCHALT     Switch squads with # keys only. +TILT   Max out men and material (?) +TSHADOW       Takes away shadowing on units. +VIEW# 100% radar coverage. +ZIPPER        100% radar coverage.

Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

All credit to my friend Louise for this...    2 C.  Sugar 1/2 C.  Milk 1/3 C. Cocoa 1/2 C.  Butter 1 tsp. Vanilla 1/2 C.  Peanut Butter(Chunkystyle O.K.,don't add nuts) 3 C.  Uncooked Quick Rolled Oats 1/2 C. walnuts, chopped (optional)   Mix sugar, cocoa, butter, and milk in large saucepan.  Bring mixture to boil AND let Boil 2 minutes and remove from heat.  Add peanut butter, vanilla, mix well.  Add oatmeal and nuts.  WORK VERY FAST AFTER ADDING PEANUT BUTTER.  Drop by teaspoons onto cookie sheet covered with waxed paper.  Chill until firm.   Notes:  Use Chunky style peanut butter and nuts if you like lots of nutty flavor.   If you double the ingredients Boil mixture ONLY 1 minute longer.    

Install USB Drive Manager in SME Server Panel

This USB manager for SME Server-Manager panel is a great help. wget http://mirror.contribs.org/smeserver/contribs/jppialasse/SME7/usbdisksmanage r/smeserver-usbdisksmanager-0.2-0.1.noarch.rpm or alternate wget http://www.pialasse.com/RPMS/smeserver-usbdisksmanager-0.2-0.1.noarch.rpm Then run: yum localinstall smeserver-usbdisksmanager-0.2-0.1.noarch.rpm   then go login and marvel at your new addition to your server manager.  

Dynamic DNS free Alternatives

DynDNS have  removed their free account service and now require customers to pay a  minimum of $30/yr for a basic account. If you've already registered an  account with DynDNS don't worry, existing customers on the free service won't need to start paying. This will only affect new customers that would like to register an account to manage remote equipment without the  need for a static IP. If you'd like to use a Dynamic DNS client, but  don't want to pay for service there are alternative options. The following Dynamic DNS clients are free of charge and are cross compatible with Cradlepoint and Peplink products: You  will find these options in the admin interface of either your  Cradlepoint or Peplink router. All you need to do is go to their website  and register an account, which will give you a unique domain to access  your devices remotely. If the main reason you use Dynamic DNS is for IP  Cameras.  If you use a CloudCam you don't have to worry about Dynamic DNS clients  or additional fees, simply plug them in and enter your Cam ID and  Password! Eulinx plan to introduce a new service soon keep tuned for more information.