A friend just told me that Cybernet told him there is a Switzerlandwide Internet Problem.
Does anybody know something?
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
hopefully I do not break here a subscription-Law, so simply:
We have some Cisco parts / devices on Stock, which where nearly never
2x Firewall Cisco ASA5520-AIP20-K9
(ASA 5520 Appl w/ AIP-SSM-20, SW,300 VPN, Prs,4GE+1FE,3DES/AES)
1x Switch Cisco WS-C4507R + some modules
(2x 24 port 10/100/1000 GBE / 2x V Console / 2x power supply etc
They where bought for a project, which was frozen, and there was no
fit in other needs / projects.
If you see need, please contact me directly in english or german.
Detailed product list & photos available on request.
Condition of devices: nearly new
ASA's where tested only some hours
4507er was in use for about 2-3 months
Bougt end 2006. Used in Summer 2007
Will be sold on highest bid.
Test before possible, sold without warranty.
Device location: near to Zurich
do you know company near Zurich, which makes business with
buying/selling used hardware in this class ?
We simply want to cleanup our stock ASAP.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
couldn't believe my eyes yesterday at Mediamarkt: a quite solid netbook
with 1 gig RAM for only 300 CHF. People on the net report quite
good build quality, and Ubuntu running out of the box:
Acer eMachines eM250
Preis: Fr. 299.–
Bildschirm: 10,1 Zoll (LED), Auflösung: 1024 x 600 Bildpunkte
CPU: Intel Atom N270 (Takt: 1,6 GHz, 512 MB L2-Cache)
Arbeitsspeicher: 1024 MB
Festplatten: 160 GB
Optisches Laufwerk: nein
Grafikkarte: Intel GMA950
Akkulaufzeit: ca. 3,5 Std. (geschätzt)
Gewicht: ca. 1,2 kg
Weitere Ausstattung: 2 x USB 2.0, LAN/WLAN-G, Webcam
Betriebssystem: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter
looks like I can leave my heavy notebook at home once in a while :)
I'm curious if anybody knows a good framework/application, which is used
for functional tests in enterprise environments. Are any solutions out
there, able to perform a operational check of all services (databases,
remote access, running processes...) after updates, patches or changes
of security baselines? Nagios would be probably the best choice, but
maybe there other concepts I'm not aware of.
I wonder if someone has any experiences with Ubuntu as server distribution?
Till this day, we use only Debian - but to the end of Debian 4.0 we must upgrade
every server to get still security patches.
Now I consider to change to Ubuntu with the 5 year LTS versions.
here's the announcement for the next beer event.
the facts for the next event:
Date: 1st of February 2010
Time: starting around 18.30 o'clock
Location: @ the "Outback" Bahnhof Stadelhofen
Already registred: 1
Registration deadline: 30.01.2010 20:00:00
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 (+41 79 277 92 35).
greetings from barcelona
As part of the work of the IETF v6ops WG, Brian Carpenter is
soliciting input from ISPs on IPv6 deployment:
If you have a couple of minutes, please consider filling out this
ASCII questionnaire and mailing it to Brian. It would be great if you
could do this by next Friday (5 February), so that he can integrate
your input before the next IETF meeting.
Note that the questionnaire addresses both ISPs who already offer IPv6
services and those who don't.
Thanks & best regards,
Is it just me or is www.swissix.ch down since yesterday?
Mike Kellenberger mike.kellenberger(a)escapenet.ch
Escapenet - the Web Company Tel +41 52 235 0700
http://www.escapenet.ch Skype mikek70atwork
Have a look at PRTG: http://www.paessler.com/prtg
2010/1/28 Luca Cappiello <lcap(a)lenzburger.ch>
> I'm curious if anybody knows a good framework/application, which is used
> for functional tests in enterprise environments. Are any solutions out
> there, able to perform a operational check of all services (databases,
> remote access, running processes...) after updates, patches or changes
> of security baselines? Nagios would be probably the best choice, but
> maybe there other concepts I'm not aware of.