The Uplogix Blog: Beyond Out-of-Band

Daniel Verastiqui

About Daniel Verastiqui

Daniel Verastiqui is the Director of Client Services and Corporate Communications at Uplogix, Inc.

Now Available: Uplogix LMS 6.3

By | July 12th, 2022

IIf you’ve ever wanted to know more about the culture at Uplogix, I can tell you that during the hot Texas summers, we are exceptionally skilled at doing two things: complaining about the heat and avoiding the heat by staying inside to work on a new software release. It’s true. Many of us have lived in Austin for[...]

Feature Spotlight: Unencrypted SMS-initiated Automation

By | April 8th, 2022

When you design for automation, you spend a lot of time looking at edge cases. 95% of the time, a standard approach will work, but for that other five percent, we need to get more creative. That’s how we approached the SMS-initiated PPP feature we introduced several years back. It allows you to remotely activate your[...]

The Last Days of the Plain Old Telephone System

By | March 30th, 2022

I was emptying my junk folder the other day when I stumbled upon an email asking if I was ready to comply with FCC Order 19-72A1, which has something to do with the phasing out of copper phone lines at telecommunications companies. Despite not having used a POTS line since high school, this news made me a little sad.[...]

Uplogix Response to CVE-2021-44228

By | December 14th, 2021

Vulnerability: CVE-2021-44228 Apache Log4j2

The Time to Refresh is Now

By | October 5th, 2021

The year was 2013, Apple unveiled the iPhone 5S, Sony released the Playstation 4, and we launched the next generation of our Local Management Platform, the Uplogix 500 and 5000 Local Managers. You heard that right. The Uplogix 5-Series appliances have been out in the world for over eight years! Considering how quickly[...]

Using Port Forwarding to Route the Unroutable

By | September 15th, 2021

On November 25, 2019, the regional Internet registry for Europe announced that it had made its “final /22 IPv4 allocation from the last remaining addresses in our available pool” and that “[w]e have now run out of IPv4 addresses.” This wasn’t surprising; smart people had been working on the problem for years, which is[...]

1 2 3 4