NetMAX Newsletter - December 2005
It's 2006, and we've got new products and developments to come at NetMAX soon... but for now, we just want to introduce you to the newest member of the NetMAX team! John Gotts has just joined the NetMAX Team, and will be working primarily on adding to the NetMAX codebase -- but you may end up speaking to him sometime via NetMAX Support as well.
We hope you join us in welcoming John, and Happy New Year from the folks at NetMAX!
If you want to set up VOIP on your NetMAX-protected network, then you'll need to edit your firewall rules. Luckily, this is a fairly simple configuration -- all you need to do is set up the following:
And that's it! Store and commit, and you should be up and running with VOIP. If you have other questions, visit NetMAX Support:
If you haven't looked into the NetMAX Desktop Project, you might want to soon... as of December, we have more than 8000 users running it! Plus, it's free, so what do you have to lose?
For more information on the NetMAX Desktop, including the free download, visit the NetMAX Desktop Project website:
The 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world's largest annual tradeshow for consumer technology, and America's largest annual tradeshow of any kind. Every year, many of the most exciting new products are showcased there, and this year CES is in one of America's most exciting cities -- Las Vegas!
This year, even NetMAX is getting into the act -- we'll be holding a demonstration of a new NetMAX-based product called the WebVAULT, in partnership with NetMAX Communications, at the Lunch@Pieros on January 5th and 6th, 2006.
For more information on the Lunch@Pieros, visit:
And for more information on CES, visit the CES website:
We would very much like to hear from you -- especially about how you use NetMAX and Linux in your business, and how we can make NetMAX better suited to your needs. Contribute your input to the NetMAX Forum at:
or to our general NetMAX contact form at:
Let us know about your likes, dislikes, and general comments. We are especially interested in the type of additions to NetMAX that you would like to see as we continue to develop the NetMAX line.