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Surfprotect Quantum

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A certificate published by Exa Networks needs to be installed on each device within your network. This can be done on a per-machine basis however we have detailed how to deploy the necessary certificate below.

Installation Notes:


Download:

Quantum Certificate


Installation Verification:

You can check whether the certificate is being successfully trusted by visiting the SurfProtect Certificate Status page at http://certcheck.surfprotect.co.uk

 

 

 

Free FTTC Upgrades

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As faster broadband continues to be rolled out in Oxfordshire, EXA Networks are offering a free upgrade to FTTC for schools where it has become available. The FTTC speed is capped to the existing speed so schools keep the same annual billing (unless they want to upgrade).

123ICT will contact the schools where an FTTC upgrade is available and will work with EXA-Networks to reconfigure the router and ensure that the upgrade goes smoothly.

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Schools Broadband connections now live in Oxfordshire

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123ICT have worked with EXA Networks since 2011 and we are their preferred broadband reseller in Oxfordshire. In December 2012, 123ICT piloted the first Schools Broadband connection in Oxfordshire with Hardwick Primary School in Banbury, as we felt Schools Broadband offer an excellent alternative for some schools in the county. The first Schools Broadband connections are now live, making us the only Oxfordshire ICT support company able to directly compare the cost, delivery, service and support of EXA-Networks and Schools Broadband.

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OCN broadband transition catalogue …

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Oxfordshire County Council have finally published their catalogue for schools to help them in the transition from the OCN to commercial broadband provision.

During the recent OCN conference, OCC confirmed that so far only approximately 30 schools have actually ...

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OCN Broadband Update – October 2012

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Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) are currently compiling a catalogue for schools to help them in the transition from the OCN to commercial broadband provision. As previously mentioned, 123ICT are pleased to announce that we are included in the list of local ICT support companies who are approved to project manage your broadband transition from the OCN to an alternative suppler.

Based on our experiences so far in helping over thirty Oxfordshire schools with their broadband transition, we feel it is in ...

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