> > Hi People,
> > Is anyone else noticing problems trying to deliver mail to
> xtra ? I've
> > noticed I've got several hours worth of stuff in the
> outgoing queue for
> > xtra that isn't getting through. Manually telneting to
> mta.xtra.co.nz 25
> > results in a hanging connection.
> > Naturally, "Currently there are no known problems on the
> Xtra network."
> > according to Xtra's help page ;-)
db:/var/www/webmail2/horde/imp# telnet xtra.co.nz 25
telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: No route to host
Is anyone else noticing problems trying to deliver mail to xtra ? I've just
noticed I've got several hours worth of stuff in the outgoing queue for
xtra that isn't getting through. Manually telneting to mta.xtra.co.nz 25
results in a hanging connection.
Naturally, "Currently there are no known problems on the Xtra network."
according to Xtra's help page ;-)
Can anyone tell me how ISP differentiate how much National and International
their jetstart customers uses?
I think that If accounting packet is proxies from telecom's radius,then ISP
must do something to distinguish National and International traffic.
Thanks in advance
Does anyone happen to have a Cisco 7206/7204 router chassis we could borrow for a lab/project for a short period of time?
Please contact me offlist.
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There's recurring wisdom on other lists that people outside the Asia
Pacific region routinely block "all APNIC space" in order to reduce the
amount of spam they receive (the most recent example was on NANOG, when
someone inferred that APNIC address space was useless because it is so
I've run MTAs numbered within 202/8 and 203/8 before, and I've never
noticed a problem; if the practice of blocking all APNIC space was that
commonplace, I would have expected to have noticed. Maybe I was just
lucky, or maybe these block-happy ISPs don't include 202/8 and 203/8 in
"all APNIC space".
Anybody here noticed widespread blocking of any APNIC ranges by ISPs
elsewhere in the world?
In defence of the Xtra PR spokeswoman Anna, I have to say she is entirely
new to the world of ICT and when I asked her about IP numbers/addresses
she'd never heard the term before...
I asked her about IPv6 more as a separate point ("... and what about plans
to roll out IPv6?") rather than as a solution to the allocation issue... I
guess it's not really on topic to have it in the story alongside the rest
but she had so little to say on the matter (oddly) that there really wasn't
enough for a separate story.