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 32nd meeting of the Swiss Network Operators Group (SwiNOG) will be held in Berne on top of the Gurten on Thursday November 09 2017.
Important Dates for SwiNOG#31
29.09.2017 Call for Papers
03.10.2017 Registration opens
22.10.2017 Call for Papers closing
22.10.2017 Final publication of agenda
03.11.2017 Registration closes
05.11.2017 Deadline for all slides
09.11.2017 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.
I am RIPE LIR and get often offers & requests.
However, is there a good broker in CH who is doing this in a professional
Has anyone actual prices for PI/PA sell/buy on the market ?
Anyone experience in buying PI / legacy ressources ?
Thanks for any hint,
Can someone from cyon contact me off list.
We are debugging some strange connectivity problems and need a inside view on cyon.
Markus Binz, mbinz(a)solnet.ch, MB44-RIPE, PGPKEY-ABC5F050
SolNet, Internet Solution Provider
Phone: +41 32 517 6223
Fax: +41 32 685 9613
may a bit offtopic ;)
But may someone has experience with servers in Dubai / UAE ?
Looks like internet connectivity is there one of the most critical and
I did some tests and they route via RFC1918, tunnels etc..... with wors
5 172-0-64-1.lightspeed.miamfl.sbcglobal.net (184.108.40.206) 3.874 ms
3.845 ms 3.863 ms
6 AMS-AM2-POP-CRS-1.du.ae (220.127.116.11) 20.671 ms 22.066 ms 21.996 ms
7 10.100.131.17 (10.100.131.17) 149.549 ms 149.710 ms 149.733 ms
8 10.100.37.81 (10.100.37.81) 159.221 ms 159.143 ms 159.148 ms
9 10.44.153.34 (10.44.153.34) 152.857 ms 152.811 ms 152.820 ms
10 10.44.153.33 (10.44.153.33) 159.161 ms 159.355 ms 159.520 ms
11 172.16.216.74 (172.16.216.74) 161.023 ms 160.693 ms 160.532 ms
12 18.104.22.168 (22.214.171.124) 150.879 ms 150.939 ms 150.747 ms
13 126.96.36.199 (188.8.131.52) 150.306 ms 154.736 ms 154.666 ms
14 * * *
Usecases are Mail / smarthost (easy)
and Win Terminalservers for lokal employees.
Any hints are welcome - tnx in advance,