Could the bluewin mailserver admin or customer helpdesk supervisor contact me
Regarding: smtp-auth access to the bluewin 'submission' server.
Mit freundlichen Grüssen
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
I've got an idea for a project for 1-3 talented young people. It will involve a lot of learning in system design, IP Telephony, and software design.
I can offer my time in mentoring and guiding, and also I'll provide some equipment as needed.
Details of the project are outlined here:
Eventually I can find some financing for this development at a later stage, but that's not the primary goal.
danke nochmal für die Gelegenheit, einen Update zu halten.
On 08.10.2012 02:41, Arnold Nipper wrote:
> * the name of the presenter (and if applicable your affiliation)
> Arnold Nipper, DE-CIX Management GmbH
> * a working email address
> * the name and number of the topic which will contain the presentation
> * the title of the presentation
> DE-CIX Update
> * its expected length (in minutes)
> 15 minutes
> * a short abstract of the presentation (so we know what it is about)
> DE-CIX is operating a couple of IXP in the world. In this presentation
> we want to give an update on the latest developments and activities.
die Präsentation liegt unter
Arnold Nipper e-mail: arnold.nipper(a)de-cix.net
DE-CIX Management GmbH mobile: +49 152 5371 7690
Lichtstr. 43i, 50825 Koeln phone: +49 69 1730 902 22
Geschaeftsfuehrer Harald A. Summa fax: +49 69 4056 2716
Registergericht AG Koeln HRB 51135 http://www.de-cix.net
I believe you would be interested in this event organized by the ISOC
Switzerland Chapter this month.
Treasurer - ISOC Switzerland Chapter
We are happy to invite you to the 1st National Event of the ISOC
Date/Time: 27 November 2012 / 18:00 – 21:00 h
Place: Käfigturm, Marktgasse 67, Bern (close to main railway station)
The Open Internet under Threat
by Brian Trammell, research associate, Communication Systems
Group, ETH Zurich
Internet Related Topics in Swiss Politics
by Balthasar Glättli, entrepreneur and politician, member of
the Swiss Parliament
More Information: http://www.isoc.ch/events/national-isoc-ch-event-2012-bern
Please register latest by Tue, 20.11.2012, noon!
This event is free of charge.
ISOC Members as well as guests are welcome!
Feel free to forward this invitation to your colleagues and friends
For this National Event we deliberately choose the central
location Bern, as it can easiest be reached from all parts of
We are looking forward to many ISOC members from various parts of
Switzerland joining and getting to know each other.
This event is sponsored by:
Main Sponsor: Sunny Connection AG (sunny.ch)
Networks, Education & Consulting
Additional Sponsor: Ucom Standards Track Solutions GmbH (Ucom.ch)
Technical Consulting for Internet Technology
Looking forward to see you in Bern!
At least I did something
Don Draper - Mad Men
I am looking for a server rack for my installation at home. Perhaps
somebody has a server rack standing useless around? If you want to get
rid of your old rack but you are to lazy to do the disposal what about
letting me pick up your old rack?
Contact me off list.
here's the announcement for the next beer event:
the facts for the next event:
Date: tomorrow monday, 5th of november 2012
Time: starting around 18.30 o'clock
Location: @ the "Outback Lodge" / Bhf Stadelhofen (http://www.outback-lodge.ch/outback-lodge-z%C3%BCrich.html)
Registration deadline: hum... tomorrow noon? :)
Registration URL: mail me :) the registration page is still on vacations :)
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).
Quick question: do you allow/run routing protocols between your (isp-)
network and your customer?
If so: which protocols?
If not: what reasons do you tell the customer?
In particular I am interested to know about setups when they want to
announce the prefix/subnet you assigned them from your PA-space back to
you because they want to run redundant routers.
The setup would probably look like this:
Customer Subnet 10.0.0.0/27
[customer router a] - <routing protocol x> - [customer router b]
<routing protocol y> <routing protocol y>
[isp router a] - <routing protocol z> - [isp router b]
ISP Network 10.0.0.0/8
Phone: +41 44 872 20 00
Fax: +41 44 872 20 01
Imagination is the one weapon in the war
-- Jules de Gaultier
i've reopened the registration for SwiNOG #25 until tomorrow, november
just in case some more people want to join...
after this date you may register on site (CHF 100.-)
I'm looking for an open-source tool for ISP service management. It should allow documenting of all the physical network (ideally, also the datacenter environment), and associate physical and logical network instances with customer services and their contracts.
I looked at several tools, but they all are designed for Enterprise IT tasks, and none of them deals with subscribers and contracts:
The NOC project seems to be promising, I should probably invest more time in learning it:
Your feedback will be appreciated.
Commercial systems would also be OK, as long as they fit the requirements and have open API.