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
AMS-IX, DE-CIX, LINX, Netnod are happy to host the 12th European
Peering Forum (EPF) in Lisbon, Portugal from the 18th - 20st September
2017. The event will welcome up to 300 peering managers and
coordinators from networks connected to the host Internet exchanges.
Besides an interesting topical agenda, the three-day event
accommodates room for attendees to meet on a one-to-one basis to
discuss bilateral peering business opportunities.
The programme committee will be looking for presentations and
lightning talks related to peering and technical topics of
interconnection. Your presentation should address
* Interconnection Automation
* Regional Peering
* Interconnection and Peering Internet Governance and Regulatory TopicS
* Economic and Product Trends
* Peering/Interconnection Strategy
* Interesting findings about peering
* 100GE and beyond
Presentations must be of a non-commercial nature. Product or
marketing heavy talks are strongly discouraged.
Submissions of presentations should be made to the programme
committee <epf-pc(a)peering-forum.eu>. Please include:
* Author's name and e-mail
* Presentation title
* Slides (if available)
* Time requested
Presentation Abstract Deadline 17/07/2017 12:00 UTC
Final Selection of Speakers 28/07/2017
Presentation Slides Submission Deadline 04/09/2017 12:00 UTC
More information about the event and other activities around EPF12
may be found at https://peering-forum.eu/
On behalf of the EPF hosts
mobile: +49 172 2650958
For those of you who are already arriving today we have a pre-event with beer and food in the city of Bern.
If you would like to attend, please let us know by mail or phone so we can meet up.
We’ll meet around 19:00 for apéro in the Bar ‘Leichtsinn’ http://www.leichtsinn.ch/kontakt/
There we decide spontaneously where we want to go to eat :)
After Dinner, we are at ~ 22:00 o'clock to have some fine drinks, wine, beer and whiskey at the 'Kornhauskeller' (just around)
Please find general information about the SwiNOG #31 meeting below.
Date: 30.05.2017 - Registration 08h15 - 09h15
Location: Gurtenpark, Bern: https://goo.gl/maps/kuxy4QUrcoy
>From Bern main station you may take:
- S-Bahn S3 Belp and exit at Wabern station
- Tram 9 (Wabern) and exit at Gurtenbahn stop
Then take the Gurtenbahn to the Gurtenpark.
-> You DO NOT have to pay a fee, just tell you attend to the SwiNOG event.
Don’t throw away the ticket - you'll need it to get back down.
Map (Ground Station of the cable rail): https://goo.gl/maps/5uSKtgbianM2
Suggested trains from
During the meeting, you have access to free WLAN!
Many thanks to our sponsors of this event!
Huawei and Mellanox
See you at SwiNOG #31!
+41 79 370 41 57
As you may know, on May 20 it was 30 years that ETH-Prof. Bernhard Plattner had registered the .ch domain.
We, the Swiss IPv6 Council, celebrate this event next Monday, May 29 from 5pm to 7 pm at the ETH. Prof. Bernhard Plattner and Hannes Lubich will be presenting on the early days of Internet activity in Switzerland. I will make a short preso about the role of IPv6 for the future Internet and Robin Guldener, Founder of Avrios and Netizen will speak about the future of the Internet. At 6pm there will be a networking drink.
If you like to celebrate with us, you are very welcome. The event is free.
Find more details and please register here http://www.swissipv6council.ch/de/events/swiss-internet
Chair Swiss IPv6 Council
Sunny Connection AG
+41 (0)44 887 62 10
Switzerland is globally Number 3 in IPv6 User Adoption<http://labs.apnic.net/dists/v6dcc.html>
We reached 30%, on our way to 50%!
Think Agile, thrive in the Flow: www.flowdays.net<http://www.flowdays.net/>
Our website is dual-stack - how about yours?
Registration is closing tomorrow 23:59 after that only late reg with increased fee is possible.
We added two more speeches since the last info mail. I guess we have now a worthwhile agenda – thanks again to all the contributors.
Tell your friends and hope to see you soon.
On 02.02.17, 11:10, "Simon Ryf" <simon(a)swinog.org> wrote:
Sorry, in the last mail the dates where all wrong…
Now corrected and verified :-)
Dear SwiNOG supporter,
this is the official Call for Paper email. Please send your proposal to swinog-core (at) swinog.ch or directly to me.
The 31st meeting of the Swiss Network Operators Group (SwiNOG) will be held in Berne on top of the Gurten on Mai 30th 2017.
Important Dates for SwiNOG#31
24.05.2017 Registration closes
28.05.2017 Deadline for all slides
30.05.2017 Meeting day
Topics for Presentations/Talks
The number and length of presentations per session is not fixed, although due to time constraints we would prefer the length of the presentations to be between 5 to 45 minutes.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of typical SwiNOG meeting topics:
- Security - DDOS Mitigation - AntiSpam
- Open Source tools
- International view of the internet (incidents, outages, measurements)
- Server applications (DNS, Web, etc.)
- Legal issues (B‹PF, etc.)
- Telecommunication politics (Net Neutrality, Incumbent monopoly, etc.)
-> PLEASE feel free to talk to us about any kind of topic and collaboration!!!
You can always start a discussion on the list - I'm sure people join in.
Language of Slides and Talks
The whole day will be held in English, therefore we kindly ask you to produce your presentation in English.
All submissions must have a strong technical bias and must not be solely promotional for your employer.
Please remember that your presentations should be suitable for a target audience of technicians from varied backgrounds, working for companies whose sizes may vary considerably.
To submit a proposal for a presentation, we request that you provide the following information to <swinog-core at swinog.ch>:
* the name of the presenter (and if applicable your affiliation)
* a working email address
* the name and number of the topic which will contain the presentation
* the title of the presentation
* its expected length (in minutes)
* a short abstract of the presentation (so we know what it is about)
We also welcome suggestions for specific presentations which you feel would be valuable to the SwiNOG community.
Please be aware that your presentation will be published on the SwiNOG website after the event. We can publish modified slides if requested - it might be that some confidential data will be presented by you which are not intended for publication on the internet.
SwiNOG Core Team
General Information (SwiNOG Community)
The Swiss Network Operators Group (SwiNOG) is an informal group of people who are concerned with engineering and operation of the Swiss Internet.
SwiNOG exists to enhance the quality of Internet services available in Switzerland. It does this by fostering the free exchange of technical ideas and information between different companies and organisations.
SwiNOG is a community for professionals who are operating, designing or researching the Internet. It provides a technical forum where those working on, with and for the Internet can come together to solve problems with every aspect of their (net)work.
The meeting is designed to provide an opportunity for the exchange of information among network operators, engineers, researchers and other professionals close to the network community.
More information about SwiNOG can be found at http://www.swinog.ch/, Facebook, Xing,
Information about the meeting will be published at http://www.swinog.ch/meetings/swinog31/
General Information (SwiNOG Organisation)
The SwiNOG Organisation Association is a non-profit association under article 60 and further of the swiss civil law. It manages the SwiNOG community ressources (domain, web, mailing-lists, etc..) and organises SwiNOG meetings.
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Betreff: [NLNOG] BGP Filter Guide
Datum: Wed, 17 May 2017 13:34:38 +0200
Von: Job Snijders <job(a)ntt.net>
We recently kickstarted a small effort to create a repository of
guidance on developing sane BGP filters.
The goal is to provide a go-to place which will help you develop a
comprehensive route filtering policy tailored to your specific context.
The guide is not meant as "blindly copy+paste this", but it should
provide you with sufficient guidance to help you create your own
filters. Afterall, each network operates in autonomy and will have their
The filtering guide is in its early stages: there is work to be done to
improve the readability and internal consistency, and additional topics
and aspects need to be added.
If you want to contribute, just submit a pull-request via
https://github.com/nlnog/bgpfilterguide . The guides themselves are
simple markdown files as is visible here
In case you identify an area which is not yet covered by one of the
guides please consider opening a 'github issue' at
https://github.com/nlnog/bgpfilterguide/issues so someone else can
consider writing the guide.
The entire project is hosted on github and using github's jekyll service
for publication. So if you clone the repository you have everything it
Please consider contributing in the following areas:
- add new guides or extend use cases
- readability improvements
- open issues on topics that need to be addressed
I'd like to thank Erik Bais for proposing and contributing to this
NLNOG mailing list
mobile: +49 172 2650958
Sorry for off topic, but I've just got hoaxed by someone by adding one
of my email addy to quite a number of newsletter lists, manually. Though
most of them are on opt-in nicely. Seems like I've tread on someones
However, I am quite curious who it was or, at least, how far infos can
be discovered. I know, that a legal complaint must be opened that
information can be disclosed. But what is the reason for the complaint?
Rather not "Urkundenfälschung" I guess, but what?
Anyone has similar experience and is able to share? Or an advice for the
complaint? Thanks for your PM.
PS: None of the "Welcome" mails disclose the source IP in any part of
we are in the urgent need of at least 2 (better 4) RJ45 1 Gbit/s transceiver that
are compatible with Arista switches.
If anyone has some lying around, please contact me off list.
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Dear SwiNOG community,
We’ve just released the agenda for SwiNOG #31 on Tuesday 30.05.2017 on top of Gurten.
I even heard that apparently, we could book the place with a nice-weather-and-sunshine package. Rumours I guess, but thank you Roman ;-)
Registration ends 24.05.2017 23:59:00, after that - please write us for late reg (with extra costs).
Freifunk; not a Hotspot solution | Magnus Frühling
Freifunk is a community project, first mentioned 2002, connecting humans all over Germany and further. I will present why Freifunk is more than just hotspots. Freifunks brings people together and educates them while building an open, uncensored and local mesh network.
Open Ethernet Switches - Decoupling Switch Software and Hardware | Arne Heitmann (Mellanox)
This presentation gives an introduction and overview to addressing network functionality independently from specifically coupled hardware and NOS via open APIs and drivers. It discusses the trends and options for using open OSs for network operations and will show different architectural models, like ONIE (Open Network Install Environment), SwitchDev and others.
DANE/DNSSEC | Daniel Stirnimann (SWITCH-CERT)
Why do we trust an encrypted TLS connection? We trust it because the server certificate has been signed by one of the public certificate authorities for which your application (e.g. browser) has its public key pre-installed. But can we really trust the CAs? And how can we improve TLS encryption for applications such as mail where certificate warnings cannot be shown to the user? DANE (TLSA) specifies a protocol for publishing TLS server certificate associations via DNSSEC. The presentation will show the benefit of authenticated DNS data, provide usage guidance for the TLSA record. A brief .CH domain name TLSA survey. Summarizes application support for DANE/DNSSEC. Also, a very short demo of an unsigned domain take-over to issue a domain validated certificate.
VXLAN - Thinking outside the (DC)Box | Christian Kuster (Huawei)
SwissIX Update | Christian Wittenhorst (SwissIX)
Multi-tenancy with EVPN-VxLAN in Open Networking | Attilla de Groot (Cumulus Networks)
Open Networking or "Web scale networking" is the concept where you're no longer tied into a single vendor for a network solution. You're free to choose your own hardware and software. Cumulus Networks has developed a Linux distribution that runs on switches in this concept.
VxLAN has become the default overlay technology in modern datacenter design. Vendors have implemented their own control plane for VxLAN tunnels in DCs. The EVPN standard (RFC7432) provides a control plane that is interoperable between vendors.
We have implemented EVPN-VxLAN support that allows an overlay network being built with BGP as the control plane protocol. At this time, there is support for L2 functionalities, but there is ongoing development on support for L3 features such as VxLAN routing with Multitenancy support.
In this talk these new features will be shown, the details of the protocol and the design/security implications for large scale datacenter networks.
L3 Routing to Hypervisor | Vincent Bernat (Exoscale)
A common strategy for hypervisors in cloud is to act as a bridge for the client virtual machines. This provides a known environment for clients used to flat networks and DHCP. However, this limits scalability and resilience. To solve those issues, a hypervisor running Linux can be turned into a BGP-controlled router while still exposing a flat L2 network to clients. Presenter is myself. I need 30 minutes for talk and live demo. If needed, I can use more time since I have a lot of technical details I can share.
Open Slot (to be filled)
Network Automation – Road trip to an automated Network | Urs Baumann (INS - Institute for Networked Technology)
SDN is on the top of the hype cycle and its definition gives a lot of room for interpretation. But do we really need the whole SDN stack to take advantage of it?
Most SDN solutions are anyway based on proven technologies which are well-known for many years. In this speech, I will focus on the Network Automation part of SDN, I will show you examples of „low hanging fruits", describe ways of how to start with the implementation of network automation and how to grow it to a fully automated network.
Open Slot (to be filled)
Looking forward to seeing all of you!!!