I just got a spam call from a Wellington number (hilarious as it was a robot pretending to be The Australian NBN wanting to disconnect me, thanks NZ for trolling!).
I suspect it’s a compromised serviced, but maybe just CLI overstamping. I’ve emailed the business concerned, but is there an easy way of figuring out the provider to alert them? Happy to provide number if someone can look it up.
OARC 35 will be an online meeting on May 6th & 7th starting at 01:00
UTC (09:00 SGT). The Programme Committee is seeking contributions from
All DNS-related subjects and suggestions for discussion topics are
welcome. For inspiration, we provide a non-exhaustive list of ideas:
- Stories of DNS Migrations: Reasoning for DNS software migration.
Tooling used to ensure a smooth and correct process.
- DNS Intricacies: Chasing down problems and surprising behavior.
- Garbage Traffic: Analysis on unexpected traffic seen by
authoritative and recursive servers.
- DITL: Day In The Life of various roles and teams in DNS.
As it is an online workshop, we'd like to encourage brevity;
presentations should not be longer than 20 minutes (with additional
time for questions).
* 04 Feb 2021 - Submissions open via Indico
* 18 Mar 2021 - Deadline for submission (23:59 UTC)
* 25 Mar 2021 - Initial Contribution list published
* 08 Apr 2021 - Full agenda published
* 22 Apr 2021 - Deadline for slideset submission and Rehearsal
* 06 May 2021 - OARC 35 Workshop
The Registration page and details for presentation submission are published at:
DNS-OARC provides registration fee waivers for the workshop to support
those who are part of under-represented groups at DNS-OARC. See the
registration page for details.
To allow the Programme Committee to make objective assessments of
submissions, so as to ensure the quality of the workshop, submissions
SHOULD include slides. Draft slides are acceptable on submission.
Additional information for speakers of OARC 35:
* your talk will be broadcast live and recorded for future reference
* your presentation slides will be available for delegates and
others to download and refer to, before, during and after the meeting
* you will be expected to attend a rehearsal on April 22nd. It would
be very useful to have your slides (even if draft) ready for this.
If you have questions or concerns you can contact the Programme Committee:
Manu Bretelle, for the DNS-OARC Programme Committee
OARC depends on sponsorship to fund its workshops and associated
social events. Please contact <sponsor(a)dns-oarc.net> if your
organization is interested in becoming a sponsor.
(Please note that OARC is run on a non-profit basis, and is not in a
position to reimburse expenses or time for speakers at its meetings.)
Explore the APRICOT 2021 program
Hi NZNOG Community,
The APRICOT 2021 program is now final — check it out!
There's plenty of technical content in the program, including the
regular Asia Pacific Operators Forum (APOPS) tracks, sessions on
security, infrastructure, network operations, and IPv6, and the Peering
Don't forget, there are also several tutorials being held from 22 to 26
February to extend your learning.
Don't miss the Opening Ceremony and Plenary with a keynote presentation
by ICANN CEO, Göran Marby.
You need to have an APNIC Login to register and registration is open
until the last day of the conference. Creating a login is quick and
Register now and join us at the conference.
Lightning talks are open to all registered APRICOT 2021 attendees, and
the call for submissions is now open.
Lightning talks are short talks/presentations on relevant topics that
last no more than 10 minutes, including setting up to present and Q&A.
This time limit is strictly enforced.
Talks on technical topics that are timely, interesting, or even a little
crazy, are invited. The APRICOT 2021 Program Committee will evaluate all
submissions and choose the best six. Talks must be relevant to the
Internet operations community, following the APRICOT Presentation
Submit a Lightning Talk
Connect with your peers
Peering Personals will be part of the Peering Forum at APRICOT again.
They're an opportunity for infrastructure operators to introduce their
network and peering information. Each organization will have a minute to
present their peering and interconnect details.
Please submit your Peering Personal, using the slide template provided,
via the APRICOT 2021 paper submission system, selecting the Peering
This is a great opportunity for operators to increase their peering
Have a question about your APNIC membership or need more IP addresses?
Chat with Member Services one-on-one. Each discussion is confidential.
Participate in the APNIC 51 Open Policy Meeting
Two proposals are up for discussion at the APNIC 51 Open Policy Meeting,
- prop-130: Modification of transfer policies
- prop-133: Clarification on Sub-Assignments
Good policy relies on a range of opinions — the community wants to hear
from you! Have your say about the proposals by subscribing to the
mailing list, or participating at the OPM.
Voting for the APNIC EC election is open
Member voting for the APNIC EC election is open now until 14:00
(UTC +8), Thursday, 4 March 2021.
By default, APNIC Corporate Contacts and Contacts with voting rights
can vote in the election. Please be aware, you may not change or
withdraw your vote, or appoint a proxy, after your vote has been
To vote, login to MyAPNIC using two-factor authentication and click the
‘Vote Now’ link on the dashboard. This will give you access to the
BigPulse voting interface.
Alternatively, APNIC Corporate Contacts can appoint a proxy to vote on
their behalf. Please note, if a proxy is appointed, the Member’s
Corporate Contacts will lose the right to vote directly for the APNIC
Proxy appointment is also open now and closes on Tuesday, 2 March 2021
at 11:00 (UTC +8).
Individuals who are appointed as proxies will receive email notification
of their appointment and will be able to vote online via MyAPNIC during
the AGM on Thursday, 4 March 2021 from 11:00 to 14:00 (UTC +8).
For more information, please visit the conference website.
APRICOT 2021 meeting tool available
Stay connected with other APRICOT 2021 delegates with the meeting
The tool allows peering coordinators and other delegates to arrange
one-to-one or one-to-many meetings during the conference week.
The facility is provided by MeetingTool GmbH, familiar to those who have
participated in some of the peering forums around the world.
APRICOT 2021 delegates who wish to use the meeting tool should send a
request by email to meetings(a)apricot.net, stating name, job designation,
and organization, as per registration. The APRICOT 2021 Secretariat will
reply providing a unique code that can be used to register an account,
or link an existing MeetingTool account to APRICOT 2021. Instructions on
how to use the tool will also be provided in this email.
Thanks to the sponsors
Many thanks to the sponsors for their support of APRICOT 2021.