One of the good (and bad) features of using Docker and docker-compose is it’s ability to spin up virtual networks for your container stack. This encourages application isolation, and clear thinking about what network ports you need to expose from and between your containers. By default, Docker allocates a /16 subnet from the 172.[17-32].0.0 range for their network segments. Unfortunately, we use this range extensively … Continue reading Manage overlapping external subnets with Docker
Feeling like you need to regress to your Windows 3.1 days? The Windows 3.1 File Manager lives! In a throw back to the past, Microsoft has released the Windows 3.1 File Manager on Github as an open source project. You can now compile it, and replace the bloated Windows Explorer found in modern versions of Windows! Find the source code here! Continue reading Windows 3.1 is not dead!
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new SoftPhone app for our CloudPBX Platform, CloudPBX Mobile. CloudPBX Mobile enables users of the Real World CloudPBX to have a simple, hassle-free way to use their mobile phones as part of their business phone system. We’ve been using it internally for some time now and it’s made a massive difference to the way we work. The … Continue reading CloudPBX Mobile is here
Over the last 12 months we’ve made some updates to our CDR API code internally. We’ve previously released the code as a ZIP file from our helpdesk.realworld.net.au website. To simplify updates, we’ve migrated the code in source form to GitHub. We’ve included build code to allow customers to produce a Docker Image, which is our preferred way to use it. You can get it at: … Continue reading Updated CDR API Code now available