wondering if anyone from TVNZ On Demand is on this list and wouldn't
mind contacting me offlist regarding problems streaming if a user has an
IPv6 address. The helpdesk doesn't appear to know what ipv6 is so
thought I'd try an alternative.
There seem to be a non-trivial number of open resolvers in the few NZ ASes I just checked. It would be good if there was a concerted effort into shutting them down, or otherwise neutering them so that they can't be effective amplifiers for DDoS attacks.
This is last decade's open mail relay problem, except with less spam, more packet love.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Jared Mauch <jared(a)puck.nether.net>
> Subject: [outages] Open Resolver Project
> Date: 7 May 2013 10:52:53 EDT
> To: "outages(a)outages.org" <outages(a)outages.org>
> X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.1503)
> The Open Resolver Project made a mistake in the automation process of the weekly data import. If you're unaware of what it is, I suggest looking at the website - openresolverproject.org
> If you operate a DNS server, or are a network operator, you should check your IP space for Open Resolvers. These are used in DDoS attacks and pose a significant risk to the global network.
> The website has been restored to operation, but please take a moment and check your IPv4 space.
> If you want a report based on your ASN, please e-mail dns-scan(a)puck.nether.net from a corporate e-mail address or something matching the RIR database entry.
> - jared
> Outages mailing list
The IANA AS Numbers registry has been updated to reflect the allocation of 1 block to ARIN in 2013-05-30:
You can find the IANA AS Numbers registry at:
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers
12025 Waterfront Drive, Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90094
Phone: +1 310 301 5800
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [wellylug] Next meeting 17th Jun 6pm
Date: 2013-05-23 13:01
From: Hugh Davenport <hugh(a)davenport.net.nz>
To: Wellington Linux Users Group <wellylug(a)lists.wellylug.org.nz>
Thank you heaps for those who came to the social meetup the other week.
I caught a few
of you there when I finally arrived, and you seemed like a interesting
bunch of people.
I'm happy to announce that I have scheduled a technical meeting for next
month. It will
be on Monday 17th of June, at 6pm. The location is Level 3 Catalyst
House. The front doors
lock at 6pm, so best to come earlier, but there will be a number on the
wall to get someone
to come let you in.
Future meetings will be on the third Monday of every month and will
hopefully be pizza and
beverages supplied (this one should as well!).
I would be interested if anyone would like to present any material, let
me know if you
would like to. I will send a follow up closer with details of the talks
on the night.
tl;dr, come to lvl 3 catalyst house 6pm 17th june, email me to speak.
We've got a mix of Brocade MLX and Juniper MX chassis on our network and
I'm working on getting VPLS standing up between them with LDP signalling
(RSVP underneath for the base MPLS). Everything seems okay except for the
odd quirk (Brocade can't do OSPF with jumbo frames, Juniper doesn't
automatically strip VLAN tags when sending into the VPLS cloud) but
otherwise it's standing up.
I just wanted to see if anyone else has this sort of setup, and whether
there's anything I should be looking for that might trip me up? My logic so
far is as long as I don't try and make the Brocades do BGP then I should be
safe, is this about right?
Thanks in advance
I'm in need of the GG support number, Google and APNIC Whois is turning up dead numbers.
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Please advise nature of problem & who is affected and where.
Will look into it.
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Morning NZNOG peeps,
Does anyone have more information about current issues with ADSL in
Wanganui? 24 hours+ down for a number of customers and answers from support
desks are not very enlightening.