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If I manually enter external IP of the router in the field "Proxy for NAT" (in Profile Options - SIP Proxy), then I get a different error:"Critical Transaction Failed: Client INVITE transaction [calling]: timed out"What could be the problem?I have an alias that passes in some parameters to a tool that I use often. Unfortunately, of course, sudo doesn't recognise the alias.Does anyone have a hint on how to pass the alias through?But aliases are soooo handy sometimes, so it is a last resort.$ ct /etc/shadow cat: /etc/shadow: Permission denied $ sct /etc/shadow [sudo] password for dennis: root:[censored]...In this case, I have a bunch of options for perl when I'm debugging: sudo eval $(alias pd)\; pd ./mytool --some params sudo $(alias pd)\; pd ./mytool --some params sudo bash -c "$(alias pd)\; pd ./mytool --some params" sudo bash -c "$(alias pd); pd ./mytool --some params" sudo bash -c eval\ "$(alias pd)\; pd ./mytool --some params" sudo bash -c eval\ "'$(alias pd)\; pd ./mytool --some params'" I was hoping for a nice, concise way to ensure that my current pd alias was fully used (in case I need to tweak it later), though some of my attempts weren't concise at all.

My last resort is to put it into a shell script and put that somewhere that sudo will be able to find.

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Whatever drill you choose, either make sure you can charge it where you go or bring a transformer. ---rsk I have a multi-tip screwdriver with built-in light, that I find very useful. In an emergency I want to know that I have the ends I need and the length I need to get stuff connected, even if I have to schedule a routine change later on to swap in the 'right' type of cable.

Can any one recommend brands/models of (preferably cordless) power tools they've used successfully?

Reading Amazon reviews is killing my few brain cells that remain.

So I would recommend talking to the work IS folks first...