Bundesverwaltungsgericht BVGER (Tribunal administrativ federal) decides
as the court of last resort in the IP interconnection (peering) case pro
Init7 and pro open and discrimination free internet.
The cartel of Deutsche Telecom and Swisscom until January 2016 has been
sanctioned. ComCom needs to decide about a price for cost oriented peering.
Details in our press release (German only).
We are very happy that this case is now over. It took seven years, it
all started 2012 when Swisscom tried to make us pay for peering.
Besides, as ComCom is going to decide about IP peering, we believe the
court order will have an impact the peering landscape beyond Switzerland.
Init7 (Switzerland) Ltd.
Any dns-admin from "admin.ch" resp. "ins.admin.ch" here? The server
"ins3.admin.ch" does not resolve over ipv6:
# get the v6-address
$ dig +short @127.0.0.1 aaaa ins3.admin.ch
# query the v6-address for the soa record of "admin.ch"
$ dig @2a00:c38:2:28:0:ffff:d467:4855 soa admin.ch
; <<>> DiG 9.16.2 <<>> @2a00:c38:2:28:0:ffff:d467:4855 soa admin.ch
; (1 server found)
;; global options: +cmd
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
The same result on dnsviz.net:
Has anyone seen this error message and has a clue about the cause?
... while talking to mxbw.lb.bluewin.ch<http://mxbw.lb.bluewin.ch>.:
(reason: 550-5.1.0 MAIL FROM:
Unable to verify MX-Record for domain list.scout.ch)
list.scout.ch. 3600 IN MX 50 list.scout.ch.
list.scout.ch. 3600 IN A 188.8.131.52
list.scout.ch. 3600 IN AAAA 2001:4060:dead:beef:200:e2ff:fe70:3b2f
list.scout.ch. 3600 IN TXT "v=spf1 a:list.scout.ch a:akela.scout.ch a:list.scoutnet.org -all"
Can't find anything wrong with the MX entry. Actually an MX is not even