Using the F/X Communications Firewall 3.0 to connect to VPN accessible networks. Either via another F/X Communications firewall or Cisco PIX will be demonstrated. Various possible configurations and what do the logs mean when there is a problem.
Persons who need/want to connect to remote networks securely.
Paul G. Lazaga a previous engineering, then sales manager in the semiconductor industry for over 20 years. Started with Warp 3 as a desktop in 1994. Started WTW Group, Inc. (aka Help Desk Computers) in 1999, Obtained IBM Certified System Expert for Warp 4 in 2000. Reseller or Partnered with F/X Communications, Norman, eComStation, Intradyn, and many others.
This presentation describes an OS/2 based music server system. DB2 is used to store and search all the album titles, track titles and artists. Lyrics can also be indexed and are searchable. REXX code interfaces with the internet FREEDB cd information service to retrieve title and track information when new CDs are acquired. A java applet lets you build playlists and save playlists.
More than just a music search system, it actually controls up to 16 Pioneer CD changes, each capable of holding 300 CDs. (Currently 3 are installed.) In addition, two "Audiotrons" by turtle beach are also controlled by the system and allow music to be stored on the hard drives (currently 1 terabyte installed) and played via an ethernet LAN and fiber optic cable (toslink) through the main Hi Fi system.
Anyone who wants to jam...
Chuck Berghorn A former Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, he has worked on a number of OS/2 based products, including P/390, S/390 Integrated Server, Multiprise 3000, and the 2074 communications controller. I'm He is currently a senior architect with an EDA company, and but still uses OS/2 at home for most of my computing needs. He has been involved with the IBM operating system VM/CMS for years and was a very early REXX user. He created special interfaces between REXX and PL/I (one of his favorite programming languages) and designed a documentation system that used the REXX subcommand interface as its primary command processing environment.