modems

modems

Post by s99999999s » Tue, 28 Oct 2003 19:13:46


hi

instead of drafting out and enforcing a policy to restrict an organisation's staff
from using a modem to connect to their own ISP's
what are some other ways to restrict ppl connecting to internet through the modem
(either in a notebook or PC)?
thanks.
 
 
 

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Post by 383 » Tue, 28 Oct 2003 22:39:47

set up a code of conduct:

i.e. tell them they can surf/check email

for 1/2 an hour at lunch, maybe the start of day and the end of day, that
way they have the best of both worlds, any one abuses the system face the
punishment,, 3 strikes and your out, style rule,, check phone
bills/logs etc find out who is dialing /when /what to /how long etc
If you stop it totally you will Pee ppl off, so meet them half way!





organisation's staff
the modem

 
 
 

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Post by phn » Wed, 29 Oct 2003 02:24:05


Shoot them. That will permanently remove their ability to use the modem. :-)


Why don't you make a policy, making it clear that the policy _is the rule_
and take some measures to enforce it ?

Cooperative and educated users are infinitly better then technological
"solutions"

--
Peter Hanson
IPSec Sverige ( At Gothenburg Riverside )
Sorry about my e-mail address, but i'm trying to keep spam out,
remove "icke-reklam" if you feel for mailing me. Thanx.
 
 
 

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Post by rooting_j0 » Thu, 30 Oct 2003 15:09:09

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If you run or assist in running an organization I'd suggest learning
how to spell. It will make you less prone to have to deal with people
breaking the rules- people are less likely to disrespect literate
people.

- Code
 
 
 

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Post by Will Spenc » Fri, 31 Oct 2003 06:06:17


Actually, there is! It involves an extension to your PBX.

This technology has been pioneered by http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Check out their website, the technology is pretty cool.

Call John *** son over there and tell him I said 'Hey!"

Will