Could someone from Spark please ping me off list.
Your DNS servers haven't been resolving ripe.net domains for the last 3
months. Your helpdesk is telling me that RIPE has been shutdown because
they cannot ping them.
We've got a client in Auckland with a Cisco UC560 PBX. This isn't a unit
we're familiar with.
They'd like to change SIP providers which will involve changes to their
current public WAN address on the unit and other settings.
Is there someone who would be willing to assist with this?
Send replies off-list please.
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There must be some perk to having two Kiwis as the co-chairs of the
APRICOT programme committee.
All I could think of was that I can give you guys a look at the titles
of some of the talks we've accepted before they make it up on the
So here you go. There's more coming in as well as more already
submitted that we're working to put the final touches to.
So no more excuses, If you needed a reason for your boss, choose some
of those and register here:
If you know anyone who works for one of our telcos.... I can't
recommend the "IPv6 in Mobile Networks" tutorial by Sunny
Yeung@Telstra enough. He's a great speaker and he's got all the
experiences from an organisation who has actually gone down the track
of doing something here.
If anyone got an issue with not being able to register for any reason,
then email me personally and lets have a chat.
Don't forget, there's no NZNOG this year, so this is basically it =)
'OpenFlow: What is it Good For?' - Pete Moyer@Brocade
'Virtualisation For Network Testing & Staff Training' - Philip
Smith@Network Startup Resource Center
'EDNS (in)Compatibility: Adventures in Protocol Extension' - Eddy Winstead@ISC
'Building a Small DC' - Karl Brumund@Dyn
'Recent Network Trends in Asia and Oceania' - Cody Williams@TeleGeography
'Next Generation Network Architectures' - Sunny Yeung@Telstra
'BGP in 2015' - Geoffrey Huston@APNIC
'IPv6 Performance' - Geoffrey Huston@APNIC
'New Zealand Broadband Map' - Jay Daley@NZRS
'prefix hijacked' - Yoshinobu Matsuzaki@IIJ
'SoftBank Global AS migration practice' - Hirokazu Taira@SoftBank
'Why I should Model my Network' - Jeff Young@Juniper Networks
'Making the best of satellite links to Pacific Islands' - Ulrich
Speidel@University of Auckland
'DDoD Mitigation using BGP Flowspec' - Justin Ryburn@Juniper Networks
'Bit Indexed Explicit Replication (BIER)' - Greg Shepherd@Cisco
'Top Misused ASNs' - Anurag Bhatia@Hurricane Electric
'IPv6 in Mobile Networks' - Sunny Yeung@Telstra Corporation Limited
'NETCONF/YANG' - Shishio Tsuchiya@Cisco Systems G.K.
'BGP Multihoming Techniques' - Philip Smith@APIA
'BGP Techniques for Network Operators' - Philip Smith@APIA
'Segment Routing: A Tutorial' - Paresh Khatri@Alcatel-Lucent
Thanks for your suggestions. About half of you said Juniper and the other half of you recommended a wide variety of good solid choices. Particularly valuable was the reminder to use eBay, which is actually reliably useful these days.
I’ve bought a Juniper and I’m keeping your other suggestions in mind for the future.
I’ve run out of port capacity in my lab, so I need another switch. Since it’s a lab, I want a brand of switch that I don’t already have so that I can do more testing. Since it’s a brand I don’t already have, I don’t really know what to get.
What I want/need is:
managed (somehow, SNMP at least)
gigabit (I have lots of 100Mb thanks)
around $600 (so, an SMB class switch I guess)
What I don’t want/need (I have these already):
obsolete Cisco IOS devices
Please reply off list with suggestions of devices to either buy or avoid.