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April 15 Meeting
Written by Carl Doss   
Meeting on April 15  We will be taking FreeSentral (Yate) as, an alternative VoIP Server. Also how to integrate this server with Asterisk . 
 
March 18 Meeting
Written by Joe Melfi   

Attention the meeting is March 18 not the 15th there was a typo error.

 

PRESENTATION: VoIP Privacy and Security
How private and secure is your network?  How about your VoIP?  There are a number of considerations that apply to both, and some that are specific to VoIP.  We will begin to explore various considerations and the related tools.  In order to verify your networks potential vulnerability, it is necessary to simulate threats by attackers using hacker tools.  Then, it becomes a challenge to mitigate these threats with proper practices and tools.  We will explore this world of trickery and the tools that can demonstrate how to analyze your network's vulnerability.  This topic will involve both discussions and hands-on labs, as well as homework, over several meetings (security is a vast and complete subject in itself and we can stay on this topic as long as we want to).

- Provide attendees with utilities and documentation for various utilities
- Open/interactive discussions about network and VoIP security
- Vulnerabilities, exploits, concerns - you would be surprised how many concerns we have
- Mitigating risks - simple rules to advanced techniques
- Tips-n-Tricks - we found some, you provide some, we all gain
- Tools - especially free tools

WHAT TO BRING
- We bring:  router, switches
- You bring: laptop, LAN/CAT5 cables, power strips and extensions
- This requires careful cooperation and courteous participation - no deviant attacking/hacking in these labs!
- Bring a thumb drive to take home some utilities

 
Feb 18 Meeting
Written by Joe Melfi   
NOTE: This mtg only, we will move to a room in the building next to the library.

AGENDA - Thurs Jan 21, 2010
600-630 Social and setup
630-830 Presentations
830-845 Breakdown, adjourn

PRESENTATION 1:  Group discussion and planning (~20-30 minutes)
We are ready to make this a productive year.  We are going to plan better and accomplish more.  I will pass out some materials that will help with organizing and planning.
- Future Meetings: Topics, presentations, demos, labs, guest speakers
- Posting presentations; recording presentations; online meetings; other ideas
- Website and forum
- Committees: Membership & social; Presentations & Guests; Marketing & Web; etc.
- Activities and industry events
- Our project: activities, goals, and status
- Are we ready to connect everybody's individual 'branch' to the 'HQ' in our scheme?
- Team meetings between the monthly UG meetings to work on projects

PRESENTATION 2:  Telephony System Components (~60-80 minutes
A fun and technical discussion of: how the phone system works; what are tip and ring; FXO/FXS; SLIC and SLAC; key systems vs PBX; DAA and telephone line electrical interface; more.
- Telephone system introduction & brief history
- Early telephone system components & operation: analog POTS
- Modern telephone system components & operation: PSTN
- Digital telephone system components & operation: VoIP
- The open source PBX revolution: benefits and components
- Technical discussion: How telephones work

Presentation 3: Kickoff VoIP Security (~20-30 minutes)
Are you ready to launch a new VoIP topic?  Let's take an introductory look at VoIP security and some of the tools we will use in our labs.  This topic is deep enough to use for several presentations and labs.  If you are knowledgeable about network and VoIP security, please be sure to respond and let me know.
- Introduction and open discussion about network and VoIP security
- Vulnerabilities, exploits, concerns - you would be surprised how many concerns we have
- Mitigating risks - simple rules to advanced techniques
- Tips-n-Tricks - we found some, you provide some, we all gain
- Tools - especially free tools
- Bring a thumb drive to take home some utilities

 
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