Does anyone have a direct contact to some proxad mailserver abuse desk person
oder mailserver tech?
I suppose proxad.net offers email services to customers in switzerland, mainly
in the rommandie.
One of their mailservers is being abused to send spam (probably a phished
account) and is blacklisted on dnsrbl.swinog.ch which also affects other
proxad.net customers. Apparently proxad.net tells their customers to call us
and refuse to get in contact with us to solve the issue.
I m p r o W a r e A G -
Zurlindenstrasse 29 Tel +41 61 826 93 07
CH-4133 Pratteln Fax +41 61 826 93 02
Schweiz Web http://www.imp.ch
We currently experiencing problems delivering mail to mx.sunrise.ch and
our queues are growing.
Is anybody else experiencing problems delivering mail to sunrise?
System Engineer Messaging
Swisscom (Switzerland) Ltd.
Hello and greetings from Zug...
we're looking for solutions to block illegal traffic (such as child
pornography, ...). Requirement is, that it must be able to filter
traffic in a redundant backbone, with no single point to monitor the
complete traffic. Bandwidth is around 500Mbps with expected rise to
1Gbps within 3y.
We thinking about buying a NetClean WhiteBox:
Does someone uses this solution? Or has experience with other comparable
hello swinog members
the company i'am working for has problems with the "mpls matrix" service from reliance formerly known as vanco, we have RTT from 1000ms to 4000ms and high packet loss
there are multiple countrys affected including germany / switzerland and liechtenstein
one engineer told me that swisscom have problems with there access lines, can anyone from swisscom confirm or decline that, since the problem exist also in germany i believe they have a probleme in there network
in switzerland we have two access lines to there service both on swisscom xDSL an both have the same problem
thanks for any reply
+41 76 370 39 79
I am sorry my response was so complicated. I will now simplify my impressions of this whole event . The corespondence you have received from this hosting firm can be summarized in two words:
Don't stand for this, Mate! Contact an attournez straightaway. Good Luck,
From: Pim van Pelt [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2011 04:03 AM
Subject: Re: [swinog] Extraction fees
Hoi, Thank you to all who responded. As an additional note to this and considering the question came up a lot: there was not a contract for this project, it was employee-initiated in 2007 and management terminated in 2011, and there were no bills until after the equipment stopped pinging (ie the only invoice I've ever seen is this one to release my computers). groet, Pim -- Pim van Pelt PBVP1-RIPE - http://www.ipng.nl/ _______________________________________________ swinog mailing list swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch http://lists.swinog.ch/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/swinog
An ISP that I have had a ~4y relationship with has recently terminated
the hosting for a small number of servers (3x 1U machine and a switch
and a console server). For a while they were not able to return my
equipment to me, but now they have sent me a friendly letter asking me
to pay a significant sum of money (to the tune of 4000 CHF) extraction
fee, and that I must accompany two engineers on-site for about 16
hours to safely remove the equipment. Is it common for swiss companies
to terminate agreements and then send an invoice for returning the
Feel free to drop me a note off-list.
Pim van Pelt <pim(a)ipng.nl>
PBVP1-RIPE - http://www.ipng.nl/
Take the police there with you. This should add a sobering, legalizing effect to the whole ordeal because nothing about this sounds normal OR legal! If not the police, then take your lawyer so that the company can explain the details of this 'extraction excercize' to the attourney. To me this sounds (pardon my French everyone!) more like an INSERTION tnan an extraction! Cheers!
From: Will van Gulik [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, November 14, 2011 02:56 AM
Subject: Re: [swinog] Extraction fees
Hi Pim, First, I'm thinking that 16 hours and 2 (other) guys for 3 servers and some network devices looks a bit heavy. Maybe that's what they are counting for the time spent for those two guys. My point of view is that if they act like that after a long work period, it might be a place/company to avoid. However if you don't have pending bills, I don't see why they are charging you for extraction, that's really non sense. Will On 11/13/11 11:19 PM, Pim van Pelt wrote: > Hi NOG! > > An ISP that I have had a ~4y relationship with has recently terminated > the hosting for a small number of servers (3x 1U machine and a switch > and a console server). For a while they were not able to return my > equipment to me, but now they have sent me a friendly letter asking me > to pay a significant sum of money (to the tune of 4000 CHF) extraction > fee, and that I must accompany two engineers on-site for about 16 > hours to safely remove the equipment. Is it common for swiss companies > to terminate agreements and then send an invoice for returning the > property? > > Feel free to drop me a note off-list. _______________________________________________ swinog mailing list swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch http://lists.swinog.ch/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/swinog
is anyone using Alcatel ISAM 7330 and managing it with third-party SNMP tools?
There's a problem that the SNMP interface indexing is not documented in the MIBs, so it's nontrivial to derive the line names from IF-MIB entries.
If anyone has already addressed this problem, please contact me off-list.