here is the announcement for the next beer event. ,-)
the facts for the next event:
Date: 1st of October 2007
Time: starting around 18.30 o'clock
Location: @ the "Don Weber <http://www.donweber.ch/> " (Heinrichstrasse 213, Near TIX). It's between the Escher-Wys Platz and the Cinemax. Attention they moved! Check out the homepage for details.
Registration deadline: 01.10.2007 10:00:00
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attend and you're registered please inform me asap.
Could NAT be an option?
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Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2007 12:12 AM
Subject: [swinog] MPLS VRF source routing (inter-vrf routing)
i've got some nice cisco bugs / features / whatever.
- 2 VRFs: vrf blue and vrf red
- both vrfs have a different default route.
- a PPP session / user terminating in vrf blue
a specific route (10.0.1.0/29) is routed over static route (e.g. radius
avpair) over the ppp session (vrf blue).
this route is imported to vrf red by importing rd values and route-map filtering.
so the connectivity from the red vrf to the vrf blue is working (one way).
so, the goal (and this is the problem) is traffic souring that specific route should go back to vrf red.
how i thought would be the simplest way to do it: policy routing.
ip policy route-map set-vrf-red
access-list 110 permit 10.0.1.0 0.0.0.7 any
route-map set-vrf-red permit 10
match ip address 110
set vrf red
would be the nicest way of doing this.
now the but: if you put the policy on the virtual-template / radius profile the session starts flapping (connect/disconnect/connect/disconnect....). so: not usable.
my other approach was:
interconnect vrf blue with vrf red by a vlan / interface.
assume on vrf blue: fastethernet0/0 with 220.127.116.11/30 connnected to vrf red with fastethernet0/1 with 18.104.22.168/30.
modifying the route map to:
route-map set-vrf-red permit 10
match ip address 110
set interface fastethernet0/0
set ip next-hop 22.214.171.124
this will stop the flapping (disconnect/connect/disconnect...) of the ppp session and the whole routing works as expected.... BUT: somewhen it stops working because of one thousand possible CEF bugs ;-(
i have to put "no ip route-cache cef" on the interconnection interface, then it works. some hours later (as already said) it stops working. when i do again "no ip route-cache cef" on the interface it works some other hours.
i've tried several IOS for the C7200series and the only half-way working version is the 12.4T (or even 12.3T).
so, now the big question to the community:
1) do you see any other working way doing source-routing from one vrf to another vrf?
(there's a vrf source routing command, but i think this will really not
2) do you have encountered the same CEF bugs? (i have seen them on 7206,
1841 and 2851 series routers)
how cisco tells me to do it:
i would be glad to get some input from you guys.
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GPS Technik AG in Schlieren (ZH) is expanding their teams and is looking for a
Senior Network Engineer (CCIE)
- Work in multiple long- and short-term network projects for our customers
- Face the customers at their premises and work in rapidly changing and
- Manage and fulfill the complete cycle of network projects: Planning, design,
and operational support and troubleshooting
- Work independently, as well as in a team of other engineers
- Be ready for on-call standby or off-business hours work
The candidate should show good knowledge and experience in the following areas:
- IP Networking at the CCIE level
- Knowledge of network protocols at all levels of operation
- Practical experience with IP routing protocols (BGP, OSPF, EIGRP), MPLS
Good understanding of QoS mechanisms
- IP Security: Good knowledge of network threats and protection mechanisms
- Several years of hands-on experience in telecommunication or enterprise
- Optical networking knowledge is a plus. This includes general knowledge of
and Cisco ONS products
- Valid and active CCIE certification
- Teamplayer, collects and shares experience
- Autonomous and flexible, ability to set priorities
- Demonstration of initiative and pro-active behaviors
- Ability to work in a fast moving environment
- Strong communication skills to all levels of business clients, management and
- Fluent German and English, both spoken and written
- Fluent French is a plus
- Valid driver license
- Swiss, EU citizen or a valid Swiss working permit
- Challenging and interesting tasks
- A dynamic and motivated team in a growing company
- Versatile job environment
- Competitive salary
- Modern work place near Zurich
- Personal development including further education and professional training
Please send your CVs for Zurich to Mr. Orlando Spitale, o.spitale(a)gpstechnik.ch
I'm looking for someone to take over my apartment in Zürich-Höngg
by 1. November.
It's got good connectivity through a direct copper line to TIX
(5.7Mbit SDSL capable) and is only about 50 meters from the local
Swisscom central office. [This makes it SWINOG relevant ;-) ]
The place is directly adjacent to Höngg Meierhofplatz with excellent
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it's only a few minutes to the highway Bern-Basel and to the airport
it takes only 10 minutes by car. With public transport either bus 80
to Oerlikon or bus 46 to bahnhof wipkingen and then by s-bahn.
It's in second floor, got sun all day around (east-south-west), lift
from basement parking. All necessary shops (Coop, Migros, Beck) and
banks (UBS, CS, ZKB) are within 100 meters walking distance. Parking
in huge basement parking garage.
3.5 rooms with about 73m2. Parkett in floor and living room. Carpet
in the other two rooms. Large kitchen. Built in the 80's.
Rent CHF 1'562 per month plus 300 heating and maintenance cost.
If you are interested please reply by private email.
I'm looking for 8-10 of these babies, perferred would be AS2511-RJ (the
ones with builtin RJ45 serial ports), but 2511 _with_ octopus cables
would do too. Routers should have full flash/dram configuration. Anyone
got a pile of these collecting dust in the basement? :)
I have some troubles with my IPv6 Connection.
I'am connected via PPPoE from Cyberlink
i cant establish a connection to any http server.
I tried mirror.switch.ch dolphin networks, a lot of dolphin tunnels and
the page of the swiss ipv6 taskforce. bot no response.
all other protocols does works fine.
Connections to ipv6 servers outside of switzerland e.g. sixxs.net works fine
anyone can test this with his connection?
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GPS-Technic AG in Lausanne is expanding its team and is looking for a senior network engineer.
-- Plan, install, maintain and operate the network infrastructure ( xWDM, SDH, Metro Ethernet Docsis, xDSL, MPLS ) of GPS-Technik and its customers.
-- Work independently, as well as in a team of other engineers.
-- Be ready for on-call standby or off-business hours work.
The candidate should show good knowledge and experience
in the following areas:
-- Core network technologies (OSPF, BGP, MPLS)
-- Broadband access technologies (Docsis, xDSL, Metro Ethernet)
-- Unix/Linux systems
-- VoIP technologies
-- Good understanding of network security
-- CCNP level or higher is very much welcome.
-- Customer facing skills
-- Service oriented
-- Logical problem solving skills
-- Fluent French and English, both spoken and written.
Fluent German is a plus.
-- Valid driver license
Please send your CV to Frédéric Jachiet <f.jachiet(a)gpstechnik.ch>
Network Engineer, Team leader
GPS Technik AG
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What is the ENET encap found in these wonderfully well
designed/engineered/manufactured products that the Zyxel xDSL line of
modems/router are? ;-)
Is it IP right over RFC1483-Routed over AAL5? (IP over ATM)
(I would like to compare it's encap overhead relative to others
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