Yes we noticed - if I'm not mistaken its the third time this year. We
lost our IP-Plus connection as a result. But when I called the Swisscom
IP-plus Helpdesk at 10:15 this morning they denied there was any problem.
Safe Host - Geneva
Finecom Telecommunications has a new job position in the network
We will bring:
- Workplace in Biel (Directly at the central railway station)
- Job inside a small team
- etc :-)
You should bring:
- Good cisco know-how and operational experience
- Familar with technologies like IP, OSPF, BGP4, MPLS, DOCSIS
- Language: German / English / French
For more informations or further questions please contact me
"Presence-pc at reports that France Telecom just announced they are offering 2.5 Gb/s internet connection to select cities in the Paris region. For... $85(70 Euros) a month you also get free phone and TV. >From the article (in French): "The historical operator opted for a GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network) FTTH architecture (Fiber To The Home). This technology allows up to 2.5 Gbits/s download and 1.2 Gigabits/s upload.""
It's time to announce the forth Berne Beer-Event, also
known as BE2-Event 4
The proposal is as usual:
- Location: Altes Tramdepot Bern 
- Date: Friday 2006-07-28
- Time: starting 18.00 until ?
- Attendees: the usual (network and servers admins...)
also non-swinog members are welcome (feel free
to forward this email to colleagues)
Please give me a short feedback if you will attend in order
to make a reserveration as early as possible.
I wish all Admins a nice Sysadmin Day and lots of Gifts!
Here is the official website www.sysadminday.com
I made yesthurday evening in this small one www.sysadminday.ch (sorry,
only in german)
More content will come soonish (i hope)
Online Consulting AG, Michele Capobianco, System Administrator,
Weststrasse 38, CH-9500 Wil
Phone +41 (0)71 913 31 31, Fax +41 (0)71 913 31 32
10 Jahre Online Consulting AG
Seit Mai 1996 ist Online an Ihrer Seite
- Wir danken allen herzlich, die zu unserem Erfolg und zehnjahrigen Firmenbestehen beigetragen haben!
I'm trying to gather arguments to stop the Out-of-Office notification
nonsense. I know the technical arguments against OoO and other forms of
auto-responders, but I'm interested to learn how different organisations
are handling it.
If you don't want to answer publicly, please respond to me directly
(matthias(a)leisi.net - remember that the Swinog list overrides my
Reply-To: header). I will respect any requests for anonymous handling,
but I will send a summary to the list.
You may also answer in verbose form instead of using the questionnaire
0. What kind of organisation are you answering for (eg for your ISP
staff, for your ISP customers, for your company users etc.)? About how
many users do you handle?
1. Does your organisation allow OoO to external recipients?
If you answer no to question 1, no further questions required :) If you
answer yes, please continue below:
2. Do you have any restrictions as to when/how OoO notifications are sent?
[ ] No restriction
[ ] No OoO to detected spam
[ ] OoO only to senders in the user's address book
[ ] Only to senders with matching SPF/DKIM/Sender-Id etc
[ ] Other restriction:
3. Have you had any DNSBL listings due to OoO notifications?
If yes, which DNSBLs?
4. How do you send out OoO notifications?
[ ] No special handling
[ ] Over a dedicated IP address
Thanks a lot for your contribution,
Anyone saw the "10vor10" -report about blocking access to child
sites yesterday evening?
I'm really surprised, that bigger ISPs like Cablecom now would support
Interesting is also the statement, that smaller ISPs already confirmed
support for this "preventive blocking"...
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