Has anyone has had some good/bad experiences with these, especially
compared to Cisco 2950 and similar?
Most of the reviews seem fairly positive  , I'm looking at simply
running a few boxes on 100Mb/s with a trunk or two, nothing fancy (though
if you've played around with the cute features I'd be interested). The
price seems pretty good.
Email me direct and I can summarize if people want.
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The WAND group is a network research group within the University of
Waikato. Our research interests include simulation and measurement of
computer networks. As part of our research we are working on building
more up to date models of various traffic patterns, however we are
hampered because our current capture points do not cover some of the
more interesting traffic types. In particular we're interested in
packet traces of peer to peer traffic and gaming traffic for creating
simulation models. Unfortunately for us P2P and gaming traffic on the
Waikato University campus are actively "discouraged". We are also
interested in how traffic in the "Real World" compares to traffic we see
within a university network. WAND are interested in partnering with a
New Zealand ISP to do analysis of their network. WAND can provide the
hardware and the support to perform the traces, and can provide analysis
of the captured traffic. If you are interested, please reply to me off
Research Programmer / WAND Network Research Group / Waikato University
the emails still going there are probably on spammers lists.... 97% of it
will probably be spam...
and who really wants spam going to their cellphones? :)
>From: Simon Byrnand <simon(a)igrin.co.nz>
>Subject: [nznog] airnote.co.nz dead and burried ?
>Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 09:35:37 +1300
>Does anyone know what the story is with the email domain airnote.co.nz ?
>I seem to remember that a few years ago it was a domain run by Telecom that
>you could register for an email address for your 025 mobile and it would
>forward email to your mobile.
>However for at least the last year (perhaps more) the designated mail
>exchanger (which seems to be overseas) has refused connections, thus
>causing any message to that domain to be retried for 5 days and then time
>out. Trying to go to www.airnote.co.nz now redirects you to some other
>Telecom page about "Yabba". (What does THAT have to do with the old airnote
>site ? :)
>Anyone else notice stuff for this domain retrying in their outgoing queue
>all the time ? It was a fairly well known and used domain at one point...
>If email for that domain really is dead and burried, perhaps someone in
>charge of it might think to change the records so that everyones
>mailservers don't waste 5 days trying to deliver messages there all the
>time....(and yes we get quite a few messages addressed @airnote.co.nz even
>now, don't ask me why :)
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Does anyone know what the story is with the email domain airnote.co.nz ?
I seem to remember that a few years ago it was a domain run by Telecom that
you could register for an email address for your 025 mobile and it would
forward email to your mobile.
However for at least the last year (perhaps more) the designated mail
exchanger (which seems to be overseas) has refused connections, thus
causing any message to that domain to be retried for 5 days and then time
out. Trying to go to www.airnote.co.nz now redirects you to some other
Telecom page about "Yabba". (What does THAT have to do with the old airnote
site ? :)
Anyone else notice stuff for this domain retrying in their outgoing queue
all the time ? It was a fairly well known and used domain at one point...
If email for that domain really is dead and burried, perhaps someone in
charge of it might think to change the records so that everyones
mailservers don't waste 5 days trying to deliver messages there all the
time....(and yes we get quite a few messages addressed @airnote.co.nz even
now, don't ask me why :)
As discussed at the conference, a committee is being called into
existence to ensure that the next NZNOG conference happens. Unless I
hear back from anyone else RSN, that committee will consist of:
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For all those peering with Orcon Internet (AS17746) nationally, please
update your prefix lists with the following networks (also in attached
ip prefix-list orcon-national permit 18.104.22.168/22 le 24
ip prefix-list orcon-national permit 22.214.171.124/24
ip prefix-list orcon-national permit 126.96.36.199/24
ip prefix-list orcon-national permit 188.8.131.52/24
We currently have a number of firewalls that use CheckPoint version 4.1. I'm
trying to do some stuff on them that requires version 4.12.
Unfortunately, this isn't available for download anymore (from CheckPoint)
and although the firewalls were under maintenance a few years ago (when
version 4.12 was released), we are unable to obtain it now.
The latest version 'NG' is available for plenty of $$$$ !!
Has anyone got a copy archived away someplace, or can someone point me to
location where it can be downloaded ?
Thanks in advance ...
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Have client wanting dedicated access between ChCh and Auckland offices @
between 256k and 512k
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