Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Brian Knight
On 2018-08-08 13:49, Mankamana Mishra (mankamis) via NANOG wrote: Hi Every one, Recently we had good discussion over multicast uses in public internet. From discussion, it was pointed out uses of multicast is more with in enterprise. Wanted to understand how much % multicast traffic present in

Re: Feedback - SBC Vendors.

2018-08-08 Thread Aaron Gould
I work for a Telephone/ISP/CATV/Security company We used ACME Packet SBC years ago, then migrated to our MetaSwitch IP phone system with Perimeta SBC https://www.metaswitch.com/products/core-network/perimeta-sbc If you would like to talk to the voice engineers that I work with, let me know

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Daniel Corbe
On 8/8/2018 18:22:04, "Scott Weeks" wrote: --- j...@depaul.edu wrote: From: John Kristoff :: In my experience, real world IP multicast experience :: and expertise is almost non-existent. Major snippage, but these're my experiences, too. However, not in the .edu world. scott I've

Re: Feedback - SBC Vendors.

2018-08-08 Thread Daniel Corbe
at 7:56 PM, Ryan Finnesey wrote: I am going to have to install a series of SBCs for a voice offering connected to Microsoft Teams. We are going to pass the SIP traffic off to a larger number of SIP providers. I would like to get some feedback from the group on SBC vendors. I have two

Re: YANG daemeon for Linux

2018-08-08 Thread Marcus Leske
Yes Rob, i’d like to do what you described: use netconf and yang to provision the quagga BGP implementation. Can you describe work arounds? If any. Can i convert a bgp yang model to json/yaml and have some other app consume it? Thanks On Sunday, July 29, 2018, Rob Shakir wrote: > Could you

Re: Nokia SP Business Group Account Contact

2018-08-08 Thread Brant Ian Stevens
Thank you to everyone that reached-out to me offline and forwarded my request onward.  I'm all set now. -- Regards, -- Brant I. Stevens On 8/8/18 10:57 AM, Brant Ian Stevens wrote: Sorry to bother the list, but could someone help me get in touch with a Nokia account rep from their SP team for

Re: [c-nsp] Leaked Video or Not (Linux and Cisco for internal Sales folks)

2018-08-08 Thread Marcus Leske
What do you mean ? Examples of Telemetry use cases are infinite? Are you asking for popular use cases that were not possible with snmp and netflow? Cheers On Sunday, August 5, 2018, Sami Joseph wrote: > On the topic of marketing hypes vs real requirements, does anyone see real > use cases for

Re: Feedback - SBC Vendors.

2018-08-08 Thread cyrus ramirez via NANOG
Hello:Unfortunately, we use Oracle SBC due to our text requirements. Cytus Ramirez Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 7:57 PM, Ryan Finnesey wrote: I am going to have to install a series of SBCs for a  voice offering connected to Microsoft Teams.  We are going to pass

Feedback - SBC Vendors.

2018-08-08 Thread Ryan Finnesey
I am going to have to install a series of SBCs for a voice offering connected to Microsoft Teams. We are going to pass the SIP traffic off to a larger number of SIP providers. I would like to get some feedback from the group on SBC vendors. I have two options for vendors Ribbon or

Re: possible hawaii weather issue next week

2018-08-08 Thread Scott Weeks
--- sur...@mauigateway.com wrote: From: "Scott Weeks" If you have stuff in Hawaii, you might want to start thinking about your DR plan. Whew, that was close!

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Scott Weeks
--- j...@depaul.edu wrote: From: John Kristoff :: In my experience, real world IP multicast experience :: and expertise is almost non-existent. :: but it tends to just work once setup and rarely :: changes. :: the setup was done a long time ago and people rarely :: touch it now. :: If

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread John Kristoff
On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 18:49:52 + "Mankamana Mishra (mankamis) via NANOG" wrote: > * If there is any data which can provide what % of traffic is > multicast traffic. And if multicast is removed, how much unicast > traffic it would add up? Good question about the volume (and frequency). I

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread nanog
s/NDP/MLD/ On 08/08/2018 11:36 PM, na...@jack.fr.eu.org wrote: > On 08/08/2018 11:27 PM, Saku Ytti wrote: >> On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 at 23:53, Stan Barber wrote: >> Another 'we fixed a problem in IPv6', which turned out to be worse >> than the original problem and was quietly ignored in practical >>

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread nanog
On 08/08/2018 11:27 PM, Saku Ytti wrote: > On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 at 23:53, Stan Barber wrote: > Another 'we fixed a problem in IPv6', which turned out to be worse > than the original problem and was quietly ignored in practical > networks. > Let me fix that for you. Using multicast on IPv6 grant

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Arie Vayner
Multicast is heavily used for applications such as stock trading and industrial networks. So it really depends... On Thu, Aug 9, 2018, 00:23 Justin M. Streiner wrote: > On Wed, 8 Aug 2018, Mankamana Mishra (mankamis) via NANOG wrote: > > > * If there is any data which can provide what % of

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Greg Shepherd
Financial exchanges around the world use multicast. On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 1:31 PM, Stan Barber wrote: > As someone else remarked, part of this will depend on the type of network > you are profiling. One enterprise networking may have critical internal > applications that depend on multicast to

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Saku Ytti
On Wed, 8 Aug 2018 at 23:53, Stan Barber wrote: > but the basic requirements of the network itself (e.g. IPv6 uses multicast > instead of broadcast for some network control information distribution). This is almost never true, it's rare exception rather than common case. The idea was that in

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Justin M. Streiner
On Wed, 8 Aug 2018, Mankamana Mishra (mankamis) via NANOG wrote: * If there is any data which can provide what % of traffic is multicast traffic. And if multicast is removed, how much unicast traffic it would add up? * Since this forum has people from deployment area, I would love to

RE: PPPoE Server

2018-08-08 Thread Tony Wicks
Cisco ASR1k can support up to 64K PPPoE depending on the model/cards. Juniper MX and Nokia 7750 can scale up to a couple of hundred thousands depending on the model. The thing to bear in mind is the ASR1000 is a CPU based router, this means it is very flexible (NAT/L2TP etc can just turn on

Re: PPPoE Server

2018-08-08 Thread Clayton Zekelman
I'll second that. Juniper MX works well for us. We have one router terminating 10,000 PPPoE and 3,500 L2TP and it handles the load fine. At 04:43 PM 08/08/2018, Jose Jorquera wrote: Cisco is the any option? I read about BRAS server on Juniper MX-480,can you check "Juniper one day:

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Stan Barber
As someone else remarked, part of this will depend on the type of network you are profiling. One enterprise networking may have critical internal applications that depend on multicast to work and others may have nothing but the basic requirements of the network itself (e.g. IPv6 uses multicast

RE: Akamai Contact

2018-08-08 Thread Aaron Gould
Akamai Customer Care - 877-425-2832 Akamai NOCC - 877-625-2624 - 877-6-akamai (same as above) - 617-444-3007 - nocc-sh...@akamai.com - (if you do anything that would affect our cluster, give them at least 3 hours notice and give them IP of cluster - hardware issues and 24x7 contact:

Re: PPPoE Server

2018-08-08 Thread Jose Jorquera
Cisco is the any option? I read about BRAS server on Juniper MX-480,can you check "Juniper one day: dynamic subscriber management” for more info. > El 08-08-2018, a las 15:22, Mauro Gasparini escribió: > > Good afternoon people. > I would like to advice me some appliance or software (running

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Curtis, Bruce
On Aug 8, 2018, at 3:29 PM, na...@jack.fr.eu.org wrote: I believe multicast is only used for IPTV There is at least one company that is using multicast for video switching, or in other words to replace HDMI switchers in rooms with video sources and displays.

Re: Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread nanog
I believe multicast is only used for IPTV Multicast by itself does not reduce much bandwidth : that reduction is purely based on the network design If you place unicast nodes near your customers, multicast is effectively unicast (just think about it) :) On 08/08/2018 08:49 PM, Mankamana Mishra

PPPoE Server

2018-08-08 Thread Mauro Gasparini
Good afternoon people. I would like to advice me some appliance or software (running on top level server line) which supports 20,000 simultaneous PPPoE connections. The customer has a Cisco ASR1000 but I don't have any confirmed experience that can support it. Mauro Gasparini.

Multicast traffic % in enterprise network ?

2018-08-08 Thread Mankamana Mishra (mankamis) via NANOG
Hi Every one, Recently we had good discussion over multicast uses in public internet. From discussion, it was pointed out uses of multicast is more with in enterprise. Wanted to understand how much % multicast traffic present in network * If there is any data which can provide what % of

Akamai Contact

2018-08-08 Thread Jawaid Bazyar
Hi, having trouble engaging with an Akamai contact in relation to the server stack we have here. Feel free to contact me. -- Jawaid Bazyar President ph 303.815.1814 fax 303.815.1001 jawaid.baz...@forethought.net

Spoofer Report for NANOG for Jul 2018

2018-08-08 Thread CAIDA Spoofer Project
In response to feedback from operational security communities, CAIDA's source address validation measurement project (https://spoofer.caida.org) is automatically generating monthly reports of ASes originating prefixes in BGP for systems from which we received packets with a spoofed source address.

Re: Best practices on logical separation of abuse@ vs dmca@ role inboxes

2018-08-08 Thread nusenu
John Levine: > In article you write: >> The main issue with the notion of keeping abuse@ separate from a >> dedicated DMCA takedown mailbox is companies like IP Echelon will just >> blindly E-mail whatever abuse POC is associated with either the AS >> record or whichever POCs are specifically

Re: Dedicated Server and IP anycast provider recommendation

2018-08-08 Thread Tommy Bowditch
Hi all, As it was mentioned just thought I'd chime in - I'm the operator of https://bgp.services/ - if you have any suggestions/additions shoot me a mail off-list and I'll be more than happy to add them. Tom On Tue, Aug 7, 2018 at 5:28 PM Yugandhar Veeramachaneni wrote: > Hello, > >

Nokia SP Business Group Account Contact

2018-08-08 Thread Brant Ian Stevens
Sorry to bother the list, but could someone help me get in touch with a Nokia account rep from their SP team for the NYC area? Specifically looking for information on the managed sp wireless solution. I've tried going through the website, but have made no progress reaching the right people to