The New Zealand Network Operators' Group
The New Zealand Network Operators' Group (NZNOG) has no king,
president or formal membership. At present it consists of the
subscribers to this mailing list, which anyone is free to join.
Our next annual conference is to be hosted by the WAND group in Hamilton
on February 2nd to 4th, 2005. See http://www.nznog.org/ for more
information, including the Call For Presentations. Offers to present are
due in by 22nd October, and all presenters
should have had their acceptance confirmed by 31st October.
Also see http://auckland.thursdaynightcurry.com/ if you live in or near
Auckland or Wellington.
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See http://www.usenet.net.nz/noc/ for operational contact details
for most New Zealand ISP's. These are intended for use by other
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Technical Specialist |The Doctor: No, but I'm full of
Operations Engineering | ideas.
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Below is a series of questions about NZNOG 05 and 06. Please fill out as many
questions as you can and feel free to add extra comments wherever. The
results will be used to decide when, where and how NZNOG 06 will be run.
If you are short of time please fill out the 2006 questions first. Email
the filled in version back to simon(a)darkmere.gen.nz . Email me if you have
Answers will be kept confidential. Results will be summarized back to the list.
Which City/Country do you live/work in :
What position do you work in :
What does your job involve :
Did you attend NZNOG 05 ? :
Did you attend NZNOG 04 ? :
Did you attend earlier NZNOGs? :
If you didn't attended NZNOG 05:
a. what reasons didn't your attend?
b. What would have made you more likely to attend?
If you attended NZNOG 05 please answer the following questions.
1. Did your employer pay for all or part of the costs? Did they give you
time to attend or did you have to take holidays?
2. Please comment on the following, how you feel about them and how important
these are to you.
Wednesday night dinner (curry):
Thursday Dinner (Official dinner):
3. The main presentations.
Abstracts of the presentations and tutorials at nznog05 are at:
a. Can you list things in the programme or the conference that your
b. Can you list things in the programme or the conference that your
c. Do you have any other comments about the programme or running of the
1. Are you likely to attend NZNOG 06.
2. Are you likely to attend Linux.conf.au in Dunedin at the end of Jan 06?
3. The following are venues/times that NZNOG might be held. Please rate
how likely your are to attend and which you would prefer.
a. Wellington in late Jan or Early Feb ( after linux.conf.au)
Pro: Overseas people able to go to linux.conf.au and NZNOG
Pro: Cheaper Accommodation and Venue
Con: Clashes with NANOG or RIPE so harder to get overseas speakers
b. Wellington in March or early April
Pro: Less clashes with overseas events.
Pro: Overseas people able to go to ICANN and NZNOG
Con: Most expensive venue and accommodation.
4. Please comment on the following, how you feel about them and how important
these are to you.
Low cost ( < $500 for programme + accommodation):
Types of attendees
- Network Operators (people who type BGP commands):
- Admins of large websites:
- Admins of Large mail servers:
- Security Admins at large sites:
- Network consultants:
- Large ISP technical personal:
- Small ISP technical personal:
- Programmers (Open source projects):
- Script Kiddies:
- Vendor sponsored speakers:
- Network researchers:
- Government Policy people ( eg MOC, CCIP):
- Small Hosting providers:
- Equipment Vendor salesman:
- Wireless Operators:
Official event dinner:
Joe and Dean:
Wireless Access at event:
Nearness to the office:
Breaks between talks:
Start and finish times each day:
Wider programme or narrowly focused on Network operators:
Single or Multiple streams:
Recording and/or broadcast of Events:
4. Please rate on the following topics and make other comments if you like.
5 is "Extremely interested"
3 is "Interested enough to attend"
1 is "I'll work on my minesweeper skills outside"
Internet Exchange Updates :
Virtual Servers (eg Xen, UML) :
Lightning talks :
PGP Key Signing party :
Mail Servers :
Network Monitoring :
Government Policy :
BGP and other routing protocols :
WAN Solutions / VPNs :
Fibre Optics :
Network Measurement :
Asset Management for Network Hardware :
Network Design Philosophy :
Security and Encryption :
Web Server Administration :
Other(s) (please add) :
5. Are you interested in giving a talk?
Talks can be tutorials, 30m-2h presentations or 5-10 minutes lightning talks.
Please let us know if you are interested in giving one and if possible what
type and what topic(s).
6. Other stuff.
Please add other comments, suggestions, feedback etc on what you would like
for the 06 conference including possible speakers, talks, events and topics
not mentioned above.
For all those that peer direct with ICONZ there is another update.
Please apply the full list as there have been a few additions.
Current list is attached or goto http://www.iconz.net/prefix
Network Engineering Manager
ICONZ New Zealand Limited
DDI: +64 9 977 3500
FAX: +64 9 977 3535
Mobile: 021 277 5692
0800 THE NET
This announcement is being sent to multiple lists. I apologise for
The RIPE NCC received the IPv4 address range 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11
(85/8, 86/7 and 88/8) from the IANA in April 2004.
We began making allocation from 85/8 in August 2004 and from 86/8 in
March, this year. We expect to start making allocations from 87/8 in
the next few weeks.
We have been announcing two prefixes from 87/8: 18.104.22.168/16 and
22.214.171.124/21, which originated in AS12654. These announcements have
now been withdrawn as we will start to allocate from this /8. We are
currently announcing two prefixes from 88/8, from which we will
allocate in a few months. Those announcements are: 126.96.36.199/16 and
188.8.131.52/21, originating in AS12654.
Details of the BGP announcements, reachability tools and other
information are available on our web site at:
You may want to update any filters you have in place.
Registration Services Manager
This is to notify you that some object(s) in NZRR database
which you either maintain or are listed as to-be-notified have
been added, deleted or changed.
These objects are used to configure the various NZIX route
servers (http://nzix.net/) so you can expect the relevant
servers to be reloaded in the near future. The reloading
of the servers is staggered over a period of time so that
if you are peering with both servers at an exchange, you
can maintain at least one BGP session at all times and
consequently a full set of routes.
descr: advertised to AS9439 by Liverton Limited - AS64562
changed: rpsl-admin(a)nzix.net 20050113
descr: advertised to AS9439 by Liverton Limited - AS64562
changed: rpsl-admin(a)nzix.net 20050420
descr: advertised to AS9439 by SafeNZ Networks Limited - AS24005
changed: rpsl-admin(a)nzix.net 20050318
descr: advertised to AS9439 by safenz networks limited - AS24005
changed: rpsl-admin(a)nzix.net 20050420
It appears that R2.co.nz will be webcasting the Public Meeting to discuss
the proposal that Wellington Host a leg of the V8 Supercar Championships.
The meeting is tomorrow night 19 April at 7pm
The webcast server will be located on WIX and network operators may
experience a frenzy of petrolheads wanting to watch their team win. Or
hassling their Help Desks that nothing works. Operators not currently
peering at WIX should contact CityLink if they would like assistance with
WARNING - we have included a 2Mbps stream for broadcast use. Broadcast
operators should contact me if they have any special requirements.
Thank you for your co-operation.
I'm just wondering if there are any ISPs out there still on the
Jetstream Partnering Program who haven't signed the WSA or made other
arrangements for their Jetstream customers yet?
Offlist replies are fine :)
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