Automatic provisioning of a Yealink T29G

The Cisco 7960G is an adequate enough VoIP device, but it is rather long in the tooth. Just like IBM, no-one ever got fired for buying Cisco (probably because if you can afford to buy Cisco, you're most likely in a large organisation with so much capital expenditure that Cisco's prices are a drop in … Continue reading Automatic provisioning of a Yealink T29G

Using OpenWRT / LEDE for Out-of-Band Management

My day job is IT security for large, blue-chip organisations. I usually work on diverse, heterogeneous networks and have to remember which commands, menus, and options are applicable to whichever piece of equipment I might be using at the time. There ain't no such thing as a single standard, so it's important that I retain … Continue reading Using OpenWRT / LEDE for Out-of-Band Management