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from each domain, one from each control board, and one from the SSP. IP addresses will need to be allocated for the private network for domains and control boards. You should probably be consistent with regard to which QFE port you use on each domain, just for clarity s sake. The reason the control boards are plugged into the private network is for continuous access. This connection, called the JTAG, allows you to communicate with the host (albeit slowly) without any network drivers loaded or Ethernet interfaces configured or, indeed, without the system being up at all. We have seen recommendations that suggest making the private SSP network the only network actually plugging the private hub into your LAN. This is an extremely bad idea. The separation afforded by the private/ public split will help you avoid problems in the future. Also, you probably would not want the SNMP traffic generated by the SSP software s monitors and such on your LAN. The best solution is to configure your SSP with two Ethernet interfaces, so that each domain and your SSP have both public and private interfaces. With all of this planned out, the next step is to actually install the I/O where it belongs. It is generally best to have this done by a Sun-authorized service professional, because you probably wouldn t want to void the warranty on your system! After the physical layout of your domains is complete, the next step is a logical configuration. Prior to beginning this step, you must name your domains. While the outside world will address your domain as it would any Solaris system (via DNS name), an important point should be made about domain naming conventions: Domain names as known by the SSP should decidedly differ from the actual hostname of the domain. So, if you plan the hostname of one domain to be frood, the name the SSP knows it as should never be frood. The reasoning behind this is simple: There are times when having both names the same could lead to confusion as to which Ethernet interface you are talking about on the domain, with potentially cataclysmic results. To prevent this, the simple convention we use is to add a -dn to the end of the domain name on the SSP, where n is simply the next number in a sequence. So, when we create the first domain, it would have frood-d1 as a domain name on the SSP and frood as a hostname when we set up the OS. Now you are almost ready to configure your domains. However, before this can happen, you will have to familiarize yourself with the SSP.
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Just as you need to create logins for the users who will be accessing a SQL Server database, you need to create operators in SQL Server to be able to send alerts to these support people. Creating operators in SQL Server is straightforward. Here s how it works: 1. Start SQL Server Management Studio and find the SQL Server Agent folder below the server you are configuring. 2. Right-click the SQL Server Agent\Operators folder and select New Operator from the context menu. This brings up a dialog box similar to the one shown in Figure 38-4. Choose the General folder as shown in the figure. 3. Type in the name of the operator as well as his or her e-mail address, pager e-mail address, and/or Net Send address, depending on how you want the notification to be sent. If you fill out a pager address you can specify when the operator is available to be paged. If an e-mail address is ambiguous, you should specify a fully qualified e-mail address in square brackets, such as [SMTP:SQLSupport@YourCompany.com]. Alternatively, you can click the button with the ellipsis (...) to browse the address book on the database server. 4. Select the Notifications folder and choose the notification method for each alert. 5. Click the Jobs option and set the notification method for each job.
Using Display States ..........................................................................................................439 Display States and configurations ............................................................................440 Display States and drawings ....................................................................................442 Understanding Assembly Configurations ..........................................................................443 Configurations for performance ..............................................................................443 Configurations for positions ....................................................................................448 Configurations for product variations ......................................................................451 Design tables for assembly configurations................................................................452 Assembly configuration dos and don ts....................................................................453 Creating Exploded Views ..................................................................................................453 Tutorial: Working with Assembly Configurations ..............................................................460 Summary ..........................................................................................................................464
A data-driven subscription enables delivery settings and report parameters to be set dynamically using the results of a query. This is an excellent way to deliver reports and to customize the content of the reports being delivered. For example, instead of creating linked reports for each region as described earlier, a data-driven report could obtain the list of recipients and their corresponding region from a data source and automatically generate and deliver the reports with the appropriate content to each recipient. To create a data-driven subscription, select the Subscriptions tab on the report you wish to deliver and click the New Data-driven Subscription button. This will guide you through the process of creating a data-driven subscription. Data-driven subscriptions can be delivered by e-mail or written to a file share. In either case, you can specify a data source containing the dynamic data for the report and write a query to return the appropriate data. Figure 47-5 shows the options available to specify the command or query that returns data for the data-driven subscription. Just like a report, this data can be accessed from a variety of data sources, including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and XML. The values returned in the command or query can be used to execute the report, as shown in Figure 47-6.
contemporary IPBX manufacturers insist on fully switched Ethernets, with one segment per desktop.) In a simple scenario involving only one segment and one switch, as illustrated in Figure 3.14, data calls are switched to a router and over a PDN, as usual. Pure VoIP calls can be switched and routed in the same manner. Calls originating on LANattached IP phones and destined for the PSTN must traverse a gateway router in order to resolve basic protocol issues such as formatting differences between IP packets, Ethernet frames, and T1 frames. In a larger enterprise, a single router and gateway can serve a great many users interconnected by many LAN switches. In an even larger and more complex multisite enterprise, geographically dispersed routers can be interconnected across an IP WAN through a Virtual Private Network (VPN). (s 12 and 14 discuss IP VPNs in detail.) In such a networked IPBX scenario, a single telephony server can support all sites, with call control typically centralized at the site in proximity to the largest number of users. This approach eases the administrative burden and lowers infrastructure costs but increases network costs and creates issues of interdependence. In the event of congestion in the WAN or a catastrophic failure, the remote sites would not have the ability to function independently. A more resilient approach is to place a telephony server, or media gateway, at each site, perhaps synchronizing their databases so that any given server can assume call control responsibilities and each site can function autonomously in the event of a failure either of another server or in the network interconnecting them. Note that an IP phone, whether in the form of a softphone or hardphone, essentially is a computer terminal with an Ethernet LAN address associated with a Network Interface Card (NIC) and an IP address assigned by the network administrator. Like any laptop or tablet PC, the IP phone is highly portable. In other words, it can be moved from room to room, building to building, and even site to site across national boundaries. Once plugged into an Ethernet port associated with an IPBX company and initialized with a proper password and user ID, the IP phone is active.
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