iPhone WiFi Calling not working

WiFi calling on the iPhone is awesome when it works…. But sometimes it doesn’t work.  Here are some steps to try to resolve WiFi Calling not working. Issues WiFi calling calls fail Battery Drain Incoming calls aren’t ringing Incoming callers can’t hear you iPhone gets warm when on WiFi iPhone switches between WiFi carrier and … Continue Reading

iPhone/iPad App Keeps Crashing

Have an app that keeps crashing when you try to load it?  Here are some steps to resolve it: Remove the App from Multi-tasking and start again (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4211) Free up running memory by closing apps that are running in the multi-tasking background. Reconnect to Cellular or WiFi network. Verify that you have the latest iOS installed on your … Continue Reading

SSH to a New Cisco IOS-XR Device

If you have a Cisco device you’re wanting to get SSH access to, you can’t just SSH into the box right from the get go. There are a couple things to do first:  Add an IP Address to an Interface (from config mode)

Enable SSH (from config mode)

Create a DSA key (from … Continue Reading

iOS 7: Do Not Disturb (iPhone/iPad/iPod)

If you’re like the majority of everyone in the world that’s succumbed to peer pressure and mass marketing, you have an iPhone or some “iDevice”. With Apple’s closed hardware/software distribution model, they have the unique ability to push updates seamlessly to the millions of users.  This is the main reason for the massive early adoption … Continue Reading

iOS 7 First Look: Photos

Yesterday I blogged about the new iTunes Radio in iOS7. Today I’m checking out the camera and photo features. Let’s start with the photos app first: The Icon isn’t a photo.  It’s doesn’t lead you to believe that by clicking it, it will take you to a magical land of photos.  It looks like some … Continue Reading

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iOS 7 First Look: iTunes Radio

iOS 7 was announced two days ago! And boy was it a change…. Over the next few days I’m going to be to be posting some reviews/first looks at the OS. Today, I’m looking at something I’ll probably use most. iTunes radio. I’ve listened to several songs over the last couple of days. Its algorithms … Continue Reading

Everything You Need to Know Before Tomorrow’s Announcement!

Really, everything you need to know has already been written by Matt Haughey. I’m just reposting his blog here (http://a.wholelottanothing.org/2011/10/how-to-port-your-att-iphone-number-to-a-new-verizon-iphone-quickly.html) , because it’s all you need to know for the upcoming iPhone 5 launch: How to port your AT&T iPhone number to a new Verizon iPhone quickly Before you call you will need a lot of info … Continue Reading

WeMo Firewall Ports

If you lockdown your outgoing connections via a firewall, you know that cool remote access apps like security cameras, thermostats, music players, and the new Belkin WeMo devices all make calls on non-standard ports. To get remote access to the Belkin WeMo devices, you’ll need to open the following ports on your outgoing firewall: TCP … Continue Reading