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Topic # 9396 13-Sep-2006 12:45
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Anyone know connection details to create a braodband Remote Office connection?

I've taken over a position at a company where they utilise the Telecom Remote Office service for dial up and mobile broadband but I have no information regarding connection details if I wanted to set up a connection on a machine with broadband. Pretty much a VPN connection I guess.

Any one out there able to help?

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  Reply # 46020 13-Sep-2006 15:46
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If your company has remote office from tnz, then you have either a: a telecom account manager and/or b: a technical support team (in-house or outsourced).

You should be asking one of these people for help with managed solutions like this.

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  Reply # 46021 13-Sep-2006 15:47
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Yes well sometimes the response isnt fast enough  - so I thought if its simply a connection IP address I need - some one here may have it.

Since I have all the peices of the puzzle bar 1. :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 46022 13-Sep-2006 15:51
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As far as I am aware, remote office connections utilise a different username and password for the ADSL login (e.g. you dump your joebloggs.xadsl@xtra.co.nz / password1 and replace with remoteofficeassignedusername / password2), and therefore, will still require support from the right team.

Who are you waiting for a response from? PM me if you want to take this conversation private.




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  Reply # 46024 13-Sep-2006 15:54
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If thats how it works then thats all I need to know. Excellent :)

I can create the users etc etc - thanks for that. I'll go and play.

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Reply # 46027 13-Sep-2006 15:58
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Its possible (probable even) that further info is required (ip addressing etc), I am not completely in the know about rem office by any stretch of the imagination.

The biggest job I have on my desk at the moment is actually migrating a business away from remote office - so if you wanted to know how to disconnect everyone - give me bell (ROFL)




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  Reply # 46028 13-Sep-2006 16:01
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Taken care of all of that, I know about the mobile broadband connections and figured out the dial up connections, understand the different realms, but couldnt figure out how the connection was made using a dsl connection. Its a good start anyways - thanking you.


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Reply # 46048 13-Sep-2006 20:05
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Generally it is xx@ipj.yourdomainname.co.nz
.ipj = jetstream (DSL)
.ipd = dialup
.ipc = cdma




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