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
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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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As a followup to the CFP for next year's NZNOG we  would like people to
email us to indicate what sort of talks etc they would be interested in
for the programme.
Depending on feedback we may approach people about giving presentations.
Please email me (or talks(a)nznog.org) with your suggestions. Also
you can contact us if you are interested in giving a talk next year, we
are still some distance from filling the programme.
 The programme committee
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"To stay awake all night adds a day to your life" - Stilgar | eMT.
Please note we will be doing some maintenance work on the machine that
serves ns1.dns.net.nz between 06:00 and 09:00 on Saturday 30^th of
During this time ns1.dns.net.nz may not be available. Throughout this
period the other six .nz zone servers (ns2 - ns7) will be available.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
.nz Registry Services
As of Wednesday next week i will no longer be working for UberNetworks, if
anyone has any issue to raise with UberNetwork Or Me it's best to do so
After this any questions/issues can be directed to noc(a)ubernet.co.nz. If
anyone wishes to contact me personally I'll be changing my e-mail address to
A customer of mine in Wellington has had no cable connection since
Monday night. This is no connection full stop for that time period, it
is not the random drop outs that people have been having on cable.
Telstra (faults/customer service) has been unable to give an ETA for
the fix and they do not currently know what the problem is. Their
current idea is to try a new modem but that is not coming until
Everything is setup correctly as the firewall is seeing random access
attempts from other ips on the subnet (121.73.0.*), but the client is
unable to ping the gateway (220.127.116.11).
Is anyone else experiencing these problems? Is anyone at Telstra able
to shed anymore light on this?
I'd appreciate it if an engineer from TelstraClear could contact me offlist
with regards to routing from TelstraClear to 18.104.22.168/16.
230B Left Bank
116 Cuba Street
Ph: 04 978 7350
Fx: 04 978 7355
Mb: 021 345 054
This morning a client called up to advise all their PC's stopped being
able to send via my smtp server which they had been able to do an hr
before. I suggested they reboot their router (M1122) which they did,
however smtp still doesn't work.
I had the client connect using smtp.xtra and they had no issues, further
tests indicated they could ping the smtp, connect to port 80 on it but not
port 25, not even mail.orcon.net.nz, this happens on all 14 hosts. The
user has no firewall settings on the router, no local firewall and is
Just wondering if anyone is aware of xtra blocking port 25 ?
I remotely administer a number of RH & CentOS (various control panel
software) servers for web hosting companies world wide on a monthly fee
and hourly rate basis that I need to sell due to health reasons. My main
concern is that these clients will continue to get good service for
If anyone is interested in this please reply offline for more details.
If this post is inapropriate for this list, please don't flame me, just
tell me where I should post it.