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
when i check our prefix 22.214.171.124/24 on www.ris.ripe.net i get an overlapping prefix:
192.0.0.0/3 announced by AS3303.
this occured today, but it was not the first time.
has anyone an explanation for this...???
I'm building a technical infrastructure for a new on-call support service. This will require a virtual PBX where the support engineers would login and manage the hotline redirection to their personal PSTN or SIP destinations.
Those interested in providing such a service, please contact me off-the-list, and I'll send you detailed technical requirements.
Sorry for (partial) double posting, but Swinog colleagues told me, they didn't
get my post on swinog-jobs, as they aren't registered. I guess, the take up rate of
swinog-jobs seems to be still a little low ...
Monzoon is hiring:
System Engineer Backend Solutions
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---> Neu: ADSL/VDSL Prepaid von Monzoon - Internet ohne Abo !! www.prepaid-dsl.ch
Matthias R. Koch, CEO Monzoon Networks AG NEW ADDRESS !!!!
Spinnerei-Lettenstrasse, Riverside, 8192 Zweidlen/ZH, Switzerland
T: +41 43 5000 470 M:+41 79 610 11 55 F: +41 43 5000 478
Business Card: http://vcf.monzoon.net/mkoch.vcf
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here's the announcement for the next beer event.
the facts for the next event:
Date: 3rd of November 2011
Time: starting around 18.30 o'clock
Location: @ the "Restaurant Tank" Heinrichstrasse, beside Mama Africa
Registration deadline: 01.10.2011 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
(+41 79 22 44 9 33).
the new demo site for Torrus and Extopus software is up and running:
Extopus presents a service-oriented view, and is designed to be embedded into customer self-service portals.
If needed, I'll be able to present the details on the next SwiNOG meeting.
sorry, a bit offtopic, but may you can help me
we have a migration by a customer with an app, based on microsoft SQL2000
by design a newer SQL is not usable - so we need for a 1st step in
migration a MS SQL 2000 licence, to separate his databases from a
shared server to an dedicated one.
is there somebody out there, who would sell such an licence ?
minimum SQL 2000 + 10 CALs, or (better) a 1 CPU licence
standard would fit, enterprise nice 2 have
we need to use SQL 2000, 32 bit, max SP3a (authentication sheme
changed afterwards and app is closed source)
best to sell/own is a licence, which was sold originaly boxed / as sysbuilder
(can be sold easily)
we had an offer, but:
usedsoft CH seems to be insolvent and can not deliver the offered licence any
any good used licence distributors known by you ?
thanks in advance
Tobi Oetiker and myself are setting up a new demo server for
Torrus and Extopus software. In order to present some real-life
data, we need a few devices with some real traffic on them.
Your company would be credited on the demo description page, of
The devices would be polled every 5 minutes. IF-MIB and some
vendor-specific MIBs are going to be used (for example, CPU and
memory stats for Cisco devices).
Torrus will present a classic device-centric view, with SNMP
location and contact information, and with port descriptions
exposed to the public.
Extopus will present a service-centric view, with customer
services grouped by various attributes, such as contract number
or location. Two different views will be presented:
administrator's interface would display all the available
customers, and customer's own interface would display only the
services belonging to its contract.
So, we need several routers or switches with some traffic on
their ports. We would access the devices via IPv4 or IPv6, with
SNMPv2 or SNMPv3 protocol, depending on your security
Every OID would only be polled every 5 minutes. Torrus would
spread the SNMP load in order to reduce the CPU impact on the
device, and send its requests with 60-second interval.
Please contact me off-list for details.