together with equinix i'm pleased to announce a very special event:
Beer Event & Equinix Exchange (Barbecue)
equinix will give us a short update what is changing:
- the TIX (telehouse internet exchange) will be renamed to equinix
exchange (as all exchanges from equinix in the world)
- updates: what will change in the future?
- other points
don't be afraid: there will be no powerpoint presentations, it's just a
techie event, discussions, etc. ;-)
and now the best: equinix is totally sponsoring this event ,-)
so, manx thanks to equinix and now...
...the facts for the next event:
Date: 2nd of June 2008
Time: starting around 18.30 o'clock
Location: @ Angelfood Lounge / ZH
Registration URL: http://swinog.mrmouse.ch
Registration deadline: 29.05.2008 18:00:00
Please register here: http://swinog.mrmouse.ch/ since we have to make
reservations, i need to know who's coming and who not. If you cannot
attend and you're registered please inform me asap. if you cannot find
us: call me on my mobile: +41 79 277 92 35.
is there anyone else expecting massive UDP (mostly port 53) traffic from
184.108.40.206? Destinations are (possibly random chosen) ip address out of
see attached netflow graph. We've now blocked the ip address and got
over 3.7 million blocks within 10 minutes.
I just wrote this issue to the corresponding abuse (abuse(a)subxtreme.net)
, a provider in Brazil as i know so far.
Thanks for any feedback.
have a nice weekend, best regards
as you know im trying to get ipv6 connectivity for our backbone and
Know i got the following question: is it wise to add a v6 host record
for all domains pointing to the webhostings?
www.blah.li. IN A 88.82.97.x
www.blah.li. IN AAAA 2a02:380:xxxx::x
its not a problem to do dual stack ipv6 with my linux webhosting system,
but all ipv4 users have to wait for the ipv6 timeout when trying to
reach an ipv6 enabled website, right?
is there a way to control this timeout?
thanks and best regards
now that IPv6 is slowly gaining hype factor again, I noticed that there
are few places to find content that is accessible via IPv6. In an
attempt to change that, I launched <http://sixy.ch>, a directory of IPv6
enabled web sites.
It's currently manually compiled (a random selection of sites is in the
database now), but anyone can add new sites (please feel free - IPv6
capability is checked automatically etc.). I've experimented with a
crawler, but that tends to generate a lot of junk (empty/test/mirror
sites, no decent description/tags etc.).
So the next time you find yourself at a geeky event where they turn off
IPv4 access for a while (maybe we should do that at SwiNOG 17, just to
be hip), you know where to start.
Ideas for future improvement:
- availability statistics
- popularity rankings (# of hits)
- live traceroute, better whois etc.
IPv6 enabled web sites are sixy! ;)
Does anyone know what has happened to Interxion today? This article
doesn't say verys much. I dont think it was interxions fault or am i
We were not really affected what has happened, but its interesting...
We are looking for a new Solution Architect IP (100 %) in Zürich. Sorry for the description only being in german.
Please contact me offline if you are interested.
- Ausarbeiten von L2/L3/IP/MPLS Lösungen für unsere CH-Kunden mit dem grossen Alcatel-Lucent Produktportfolio
- Kundeninterface für VPLS und IP/MPLS basierte Lösungen (Consulting, Workshops)
- Mitarbeit im Erstellen von Offerten (Dimensionierungen, Lösungsbeschreibungen, Grafiken und Mengengerüste)
- Höhere technische & betriebswirtschaftliche Ausbildung
- Ergänzende Ausbildung in Telecom und Netzwerke
- Erfahrung in Carrier Ethernet/IP Netzen
We will announce a new prefix: 220.127.116.11/21 (AS29655)
please update your filters if needed.
Clevere Lösungen für
Computer und Internet
Tel: +41 44 383 63 07
I just had a two hours outtage here with completely no voltage on the
line - did someone else hat that between 18:40 and 20:50?
I did not found anything on the swisscom webpage, but the hotline only
said "wartezeiten erheblich mehr als 5 minuten" what makes me think of
that I am not the only one...