Digging down and pretty much everyone (excluding AS4768) is on APE.
Would like to see more local networks pop up on AKL-IX & Megaport IX
Don't forget to update your listing on http://peeringdb.com. A few of you
show up on the looking glasses but your peeringdb listing is non-existent.
If anyone who works for AS4768 is on this list, I'd love to stop sending
traffic to you via international paths and improve the experience for your
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Given that the SDN tutorial at NZNOG was packed, I thought this might
be of interest to people.
There are a few seats left and on Friday it's being opened up to students.
If you're interested then get in touch via the email below.
Future generation networking systems will require a paradigm shift in
how they are networked, organised, configured, optimized, and
recovered automatically based on their operating situation. With the
emergence of Software Defined Networks (SDN), context awareness and
dynamic adaptive services and application are gaining much attention
since they allow automatic configuration of devices and their
parameters, systems, services, and applications to user's context
change. In addition, context awareness, with the help of software
defined and cognitive systems, allows customisation of operating
parameters of devices, users, applications, and networks based on the
This first workshop intends to introduce software defined networking
concepts and practice for people new to the field. The workshop will
also be a forum for practitioners from industry, academia and
government to exchange ideas, present new results and provide future
vision on these topics.
The morning sessions will consist of talks, while the afternoon
sessions will be more hands-on. To make the most of the afternoon
sessions, you should have some basic programming experience (we will
be using Python) and you need to bring a laptop.
Date: 18th and 19th February 2015
Venue : Room 413, Railway building, Pipitea Campus, 1 Bunny Street, Wellington.
Time: 9a.m - 5p.m (both days).
Registration cost: NZD 50.00 per participant.
Refreshments will be provided.
The prpl foundation is attempting to become an umbrella arm of the
openwrt folk and reaching out for feedback.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Eric Schultz <eschultz(a)prplfoundation.org>
Date: Fri, Feb 6, 2015 at 8:41 AM
Subject: [Cerowrt-devel] OpenWrt conference survey
To: "cerowrt-devel(a)lists.bufferbloat.net" <cerowrt-devel(a)lists.bufferbloat.net>
tl;dr: prpl is gauging interest in an OpenWrt conference via a short
survey at http://bit.ly/1BWKWFP
My name's Eric Schultz and I'm the Community Manager at prpl
Foundation. I've created a survey to gauge the community's interest in
prpl Foundation organizing an OpenWrt conference. Since CeroWrt
is based on OpenWrt, I think folks in the CeroWrt community might also
be interested in an OpenWrt conference.
As background, prpl participates in the OpenWrt community through our
members directly as well as our working group, prplwrt. Organizing an
OpenWrt conference is one more
way in which we can support and strengthen the OpenWrt community.
We'd like to know if there's support in the community for a conference
dedicated to OpenWrt. Topics at a conference could include:
* How to develop your own flavor of OpenWrt (like CeroWrt)
* Securing OpenWrt
* Question and answer with the core OpenWrt team
We're excited at the prospect of organizing a conference for the
community. If you have any interest in an OpenWrt conference, please
complete the survey at your earliest convenience.
The survey is at http://bit.ly/1BWKWFP
Thanks for your time and your commitment to CeroWrt. If you have any
questions, don't hesitate to contact me.
Eric Schultz, Community Manager, prpl Foundation
Cerowrt-devel mailing list
I almost hesitate to bring it up again, last time there appeared to be no
consensus about it, but...
Do we know what, if any, license the recordings of this years NZNOG are?
In theory, it should have been stipulated in the contract with the
recording/streaming company, along with the speakers agreements.
Nick 'Zaf' Clifford
I have racks, not beer. 900D x 600W x 42U high.
Contact me off list if interested.
From: Rob McDonald [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, 2 February 2015 12:08 p.m.
To: Mark Frater
Subject: Re: [nznog] racks for beer.
You want racks or you got racks?
On 2/02/2015 10:38 AM, "Mark Frater" <mark.frater(a)compass.net.nz<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
Will swap 19" racks for beer. (No sides or doors - the racks I mean). Contact me if you're keen.
Head of Design
Compass Communications Limited
NZNOG mailing list
If you want something rock stable then i recommend the Cisco 88Xg series.
They are fixed interface devices with either xDSL/HSNS/Ethernet WAN ports
and inbuilt dual SIM 3G. They have dual antennas with N-Type connecters for
low loss external antennas if needed.
We have deployed these in the past for 3G failover on xDSL connections and
they have always been extremely reliable.
On Sat, Jan 31, 2015 at 3:34 PM, Darren Moss <Darren.Moss(a)webhostnz.co.nz>
> Hi All,
> We have a bunch of regional sites (weather probes) that run some
> equipment, 2 PCs and are connected to the internet.
> At the moment it's dongle city which I would like to change over to
> something a little better :)
> I am looking for suggestions on a decent (business grade) router with 3G
> capability an external antenna connection.
> At each site, the equipment sits in a rack, inside a hut and signal
> strength is reasonable (3/5).
> My thinking is to deploy a basic Cisco router with a 3G WIC then an
> external antenna on the same mast where we collect weather data.
> Happy to hear suggestions and input.
> Many thanks
> NZNOG mailing list