Dear SwiNOG community,
The speeches are rolling in, sponsors are on their way to the ship deck and it’s looking good for Wednesday 21st of June.
Please register your seat now: https://register.swinog.ch/
We’ll also try to get you the first few entries in the agenda soon.
Important Dates for https://www.swinog.ch/meetings/swinog38/:
02.02.2023 Call for Papers
01.03.2023 Registration opens
02.06.2023 Call for Papers closing
05.06.2023 Final publication of agenda
09.06.2023 Registration closes
16.06.2023 Deadline for all slides
21.06.2023 Meeting Day
SwiNOG Core Team
We are giving away some old unused Cisco hardware:
6x WS-X6704-10GE ( 1 is possibly defect )
some XENPACK transceivers and SFP+ converters
some X2 DWDM transceivers
~ 30x X2 to SFP+ converter
~ 20x GBIC 1G
Everything is available for pickup in Geneva.
Please DM me if interested until Monday 20th of March.
I am seeking your evaluation of how well my data matches your perception.
Firstly, however, I beg pardon for cross-posting;
this thread appears in other operator mailing lists.
I am trying to reach as many operators as possible.
Please find here
snapshot of two datasets concerning access technologies in the metro area.
The bar chart on the left (not on the right, as inadvertently posted on
NANOG) summarizes data I collected last year from *NOGs;
the bar chart on the right summarizes data received through commissioned
market research, from Tier 1 and/or regional operators.
The y-axis shows cumulative responses for an option;
the x-axis shows monikers for the access technologies.
A second snapshot
the same data,
but this time with each response weighted by a conservative estimate of the
respondent's subscriber base across all geographical regions.
Here, the y-axis shows an estimate of the number of subscribers using the
Thank you for taking the time to read this.
Ing. Etienne-Victor Depasquale
Department of Communications & Computer Engineering
Faculty of Information & Communication Technology
University of Malta
We have implement geofeed but no change.
Hope coop.ch IT team will listen here.
From: Frederic Gargula <frederic.gargula(a)ip-max.net>
Sent: Friday, 24 February 2023 09:37
To: Rémy DUCHET <r.duchet(a)csti.ch>
Subject: Re: [swinog] Coop.ch BAD IP detection location
Do you have a geofeed?
That’s what helped us to solve most of our geoloc problems, especially since Maxmind is now using it.
> On 23 Feb 2023, at 15:19, Rémy DUCHET via swinog <swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch> wrote:
> Can someone from coop.ch can contact me off list for a problem on IP location on the website ?
> We have some client rejected because of incorrect IP location.
> swinog mailing list -- swinog(a)lists.swinog.ch To unsubscribe send an
> email to swinog-leave(a)lists.swinog.ch
I'm looking to find a contact at Sunrise/UPC who can help us with filtering on their Surf Protect platform.
Feel free to ping me off list if that helps.
Head of Network Infrastructure
Due to a datacenter site decommissioning a 350kVA (280kW) diesel generator including an external
fuel tank and 630A switchboard with an ATS has become available. More detailed information here
The generator is from 2009 and in good condition. It is located in Zug, Switzerland and must be
picked up from the site by the taker. Price: Feel free to make an offer.
If you are interested, contact me off list at my surname at gmail.