Citylink's official Debian mirror (ftp.nz.debian.org) is apparently
again broken (not even listening on port 80 from where I'm sitting).
Would anyone be seriously interested in donating rack space, national
transit, or hardware to the cause of another official Debian mirror for
Having reliable and cheap access to free software projects like Debian
is critically important, and having a second official mirror seems like
a no-brainer to me.
I am very happy to donate my time to admin and monitor any equipment
provided for this, and to liase with the Debian project as required.
Perhaps Citylink could give us some insight in to the traffic levels
their existing mirrors see?
Good Morning List,
I was wondering if anyone out here (there :)) has a working config for
an Alcatel 7750 to give out IPv6 to subscribers. We would like to
allocate /112's as a link net between the CPE and the BNG. We then want
to route a /64 or /48 over this link net. All of this is configured in
The link-nets are configure using the "wan-host" option under the
subscriber interface. The /64 or /48 subnets is part of a /36 configured
as the "pd" option.
From what I was reading, it appears as if the link-nets needs to be
/64...surely not ?
For those who didn't spot this yet:
"On Wednesday, large chunks of network traffic belonging to MasterCard, Visa, and more than two dozen other financial services companies were briefly routed through a Russian government-controlled telecom under unexplained circumstances that renew lingering questions about the trust and reliability of some of the most sensitive Internet communications."
Sorry, wrong paste …
De: JORDI PALET MARTINEZ <jordi.palet(a)consulintel.es>
Fecha: lunes, 24 de abril de 2017, 23:49
Asunto: Re: [nznog] Alcatel IPv6 PPPoE
This may be useful.
Is work in progress, but we believe that we will reach consensus in the next RIPE meeting adding some suggestions that we got in the last weeks:
º ALBARÁN.......: 02643/2557863 SERVICIO........: Ecommerce
CLIENTE RECOGIDA.: MOREMAR SL CLIENTE ENTREGA.: ANA SUBIRATS RODRÍGUEZ
CLIENTE ABONADO..: MOREMAR SL
LOCALIDAD ENTREGA: IGUALADA
OBS. ENTREGA TTM: HEMOS LLAMADO DURANTE TODA LA TARDE Y NADIE HA CONTESTADO, TENIAMOS 2 TELEFONOS Y NAD
-DESTINATARIO AUSENTE/CERRADO : X
De: <nznog-bounces(a)list.waikato.ac.nz> en nombre de Brian E Carpenter <brian.e.carpenter(a)gmail.com>
Organización: University of Auckland
Responder a: <brian.e.carpenter(a)gmail.com>
Fecha: lunes, 24 de abril de 2017, 22:35
Para: Pieter De Wit <pieter(a)insync.za.net>, <nznog(a)list.waikato.ac.nz>
Asunto: Re: [nznog] Alcatel IPv6 PPPoE
On 25/04/2017 07:51, Pieter De Wit wrote:
> Good Morning List,
> I was wondering if anyone out here (there :)) has a working config for
> an Alcatel 7750 to give out IPv6 to subscribers. We would like to
> allocate /112's as a link net between the CPE and the BNG. We then want
> to route a /64 or /48 over this link net.
Please don't hand out /64s. That prevents people subnetting their IPv6
in their home or office. You can always hand out /56 if you really think
/48 is too much.
> All of this is configured in
> The link-nets are configure using the "wan-host" option under the
> subscriber interface. The /64 or /48 subnets is part of a /36 configured
> as the "pd" option.
> From what I was reading, it appears as if the link-nets needs to be
> /64...surely not ?
Not unless your vendor has a pointless restriction. The only RFC in the area
is https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6164 which recommends /127 but there's
nothing to prevent /112 from working if that's what you want.
NZNOG mailing list
IPv4 is over
Are you ready for the new Internet ?
The IPv6 Company
This electronic message contains information which may be privileged or confidential. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual(s) named above. If you are not the intended recipient be aware that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this information, including attached files, is prohibited.
We have started receiving complaints from several of our customers for whom we are the MX for their domain. Some addresses in the domain are delivered locally, some are relayed to other mailboxes e.g. gmail and xtra.
It seems that there are folks who still believe that SPF is a good thing and have ‘-all’ on their record. Xtra it would appear is now enforcing the rejection on email we relay to them. We are placed in an awkward position. Our customer wants us to fix something that we are not really able to. The SPF policy belongs to the sender and Xtra are doing the rejection.
I have come across another add on technology for postfix called SRS for rewriting senders but that seems to be broken from all accounts as well.
Is anyone else having these sort of issues, is there something I should be doing in the ‘relay’ process that will prevent the rejections I’d love to hear.
GodZone Internet Services, a division of AGRE Enterprises Ltd.,
P.O. Box 8020, Palmerston North, New Zealand 4446
Ph +64 6 357 8168, Mob +64 27 542 4015
“Specialising in providing low-cost professional Internet Services since 1997"