rw at shadowrobot.com
Wed Feb 1 18:05:56 UTC 2012
That solves almost all the problems.
Except the machines that don't boot because the hard drive fell out :-)
John Hearns <hearnsj at googlemail.com> writes:
> Why have a 3G dongle?
> Ship a system with an enabled serial connector, plus a modem.
> Ask the customer to plug the modem in to a phone line.
> I am being completely serious here. this might be the technically
> sweetest and easiest way to do this.
> On 31/01/2012, James Courtier-Dutton <james.dutton at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 31 January 2012 15:50, Rich Walker <rw at shadowrobot.com> wrote:
>>> This isn't server installations, unfortunately - it's specific embedded
>>> hardware being delivered as part of a package, with a customer whose
>>> network is usually locked down in all sorts of ways. The KVM->router->3G
>>> dongle approach will probably be the final solution...
>> "locked down" and "having a 3G dongle" seem to be contradicting.
>> If you do put 3G dongle there, make sure the customer knows what you
>> are doing and that it does not bypass any of their lock down policy.
>> Mobile phones in machine rooms is sometimes against policy at some sites.
>> Kind Regards
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