On Thu, 28 Nov 2019 at 01:25, Paul Nash wrote:
> I’ve been bitten by these sorts of issues before, so I tend to swap one OEM
> drive in every RAID-1 pair with a retail drive from (if possible) a different
> vendor. When I re-purpose servers, I try to use drives from two different
On 11/26/19 12:13 AM, Sabri Berisha wrote:
- On Nov 26, 2019, at 1:36 AM, Doug Barton do...@dougbarton.us wrote:
I get that some people still don't like it, but the answer is IPv6. Or,
folks can keep playing NAT games, etc. But one wonders at what point
rolling out IPv6 costs less than all
I knew Brian Kantor from the old Usenix days, we've sat around the bar
together at conferences etc. many times.
There was even an outstanding minor technical issue from a few weeks
ago I wanted to get back to him about...oh well.
Sorry to hear this, he was one of those rare people who actually
I have a free AWS re:Invent full access pass for any community member who
can reasonably demonstrate regular knowledge transfer or contributions of
useful help to other community members in the past year+. Reply off list
with your evidence if that's you. Conference starts Monday in Las
IPv6 significantly offloads the CGN servers. If you are not yet using CGN
you probably won't care, but sooner or later you will.
Thanks to the content providers that make this possible by offering enough
content by volume available on the IPv6 internet.
>> On Nov 27, 2019, at 2:54 PM, Brandon Butterworth
>> On Wed Nov 27, 2019 at 01:08:04PM -0600, Brian Knight wrote:
>> None of which matters a damn to almost all of my business eyeball
>> customers. They can still get from our network to 100% of all Internet
>> content &
I’ve been bitten by these sorts of issues before, so I tend to swap one OEM
drive in every RAID-1 pair with a retail drive from (if possible) a different
vendor. When I re-purpose servers, I try to use drives from two different
vendors in each array. That way, if a drive barfs for any
In my local municipality (as part of a contract renegotiation) we swapped
support of the coaxial iNet in favor of dark fiber between specific
buildings, that we would be in charge of lighting ourselves.
On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 11:15 AM Brandon Price
> Are you sure it’s even
>> Brian Knight wrote :
>> None of which matters a damn to almost all of my business eyeball customers.
>> They can still get from our network to 100% of all Internet content &
>> services via IPv4 in 2019.
> Mark Andrews wrote :
> No you can’t. You can’t reach the machine I’m typing on via
> On 28 Nov 2019, at 06:08, Brian Knight wrote:
> On 2019-11-26 17:11, Ca By wrote:
>> On Tue, Nov 26, 2019 at 12:15 AM Sabri Berisha
>>> - On Nov 26, 2019, at 1:36 AM, Doug Barton do...@dougbarton.us wrote:
>>> there is no ROI at this point. In this kind of
This is sad to hear, who is handling the AMPRNet system now?
On 11/27/19 1:27 PM, Rich Kulawiec wrote:
- Forwarded message from Russ Allbery -
From: Russ Allbery
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2019 20:56:23 -0800
Subject: Brian Kantor has died
Slashdot reported, via a contributor from the 44Net
--- sur...@mauigateway.com wrote:
From: "Scott Weeks"
No, it's just that (at least in my case at several different
companies) we're so focused by management on getting the sale
done by augmenting the existing network there is not enough
time to devote to **planning an entire network from the
> Brian Knight wrote :
> None of which matters a damn to almost all of my business eyeball customers.
> can still get from our network to 100% of all Internet content & services via
> IPv4 in 2019.
And will for the foreseable future. I am not one of your customers, but I like
--- bran...@rd.bbc.co.uk wrote:
From: Brandon Butterworth
If you're an internet professional you are a negligent one if by
now you are not ensuring all you build quietly includes IPv6, no
customer should need to know to ask for it. It's not like it
needs different kit.
On Wed Nov 27, 2019 at 01:08:04PM -0600, Brian Knight wrote:
> None of which matters a damn to almost all of my business eyeball
> customers. They can still get from our network to 100% of all Internet
> content & services via IPv4 in 2019. I regularly vet deals for our
> sales team, and out
- On Nov 26, 2019, at 4:16 PM, Ca By cb.li...@gmail.com wrote:
> Sabri volunteered the information that they are an MBA at a large eyeball
> network with 20 teams...
You drew the wrong conclusions. I wrote: "I have some inside knowledge about
the IPv6 efforts of a large eyeball network". I
Are you sure it's even iNet anymore? Here in NW Oregon they converted all of us
governments over to standard commercial ENS circuits. The iNet doesn't exist
any longer here.
From: NANOG On Behalf Of Stephen M
Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2019 11:29 AM
On 2019-11-26 17:11, Ca By wrote:
On Tue, Nov 26, 2019 at 12:15 AM Sabri Berisha
- On Nov 26, 2019, at 1:36 AM, Doug Barton do...@dougbarton.us
there is no ROI at this point. In this kind of environment there needs
be a strong case to invest the capex to
- Forwarded message from Russ Allbery -
> From: Russ Allbery
> Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2019 20:56:23 -0800
> Subject: Brian Kantor has died
> Slashdot reported, via a contributor from the 44Net amateur radio mailing
> list, that Brian Kantor died suddenly in his home last week.
*A conversation with Michael Costello *
“In school, students are starting to learn the basics, and hopefully
they'll have some labs,” says Michael Costello, Manager of Network Tools at
Netflix. “On the job, most work is done maintaining or extending systems,
and nearly all this work is
Contact the licensing authority for your municipality. There is typically a
government liaison position that *might* be able to help. If it's fiber,
you have a slightly better chance of it actually being documented, but only
On Tue, Nov 26, 2019 at 2:29 PM Stephen M wrote:
Based on my experience, you can't get it.
My account rep can not get it. I have to provide an address/location at
which point they will see if it's nearby or not.
1100 Wayne St
Troy, OH 45373
On Wed, Nov 27, 2019 at 10:34 AM
I'm a network engineer with a county government and I'm trying to get in
contact with someone from Comcast who can provide a .KMZ or similar of our iNET
(Institutional Network) dark fiber.
I've called through the normal support lines and gotten bounced around a few
times... Which isn't
Telcos looking at the short term is why telcos have largely turned into
dumpster fires in the last 20 years.
Intelligent Computing Solutions
- Original Message -
From: "Scott Weeks"
Speaking as being a trifle self-entitled?
On 27/11/2019 00:35, Scott Weeks wrote:
--- c...@firsthand.net wrote:
Sounds like your company is about to go offline. So I will
say bye bye for now just in case it happens faster than you
On 21/Nov/19 19:59, Saku Ytti wrote:
> As there are best path algorithms which consider route age, BGP reset
> impact may be indefinite.
A practical problem we've seen with Cisco's BGP-SD implementation is
that 0/0 and ::/0, when learned via BGP, are installed last.
So consider a situation
On 21/Nov/19 12:32, t...@pelican.org wrote:
> If I, as a UK citizen, buy region 2 DVDs at home, take them on my trip to the
> US and watch them on my laptop, no-one is screaming that I'm violating
> someone's geographic distribution rights by doing so.
They would if it was possible to track
On 15/Nov/19 11:33, Bill Woodcock wrote:
> Correct. The optimum location for peering is at the center of population
> density and the center of economic transaction density, since that minimizes
> average cable lengths to users. I’ve never observed a cable landing site in
> the downtown
On 15/Nov/19 11:47, Martijn Schmidt via NANOG wrote:
> I think AMS-IX had an exchange in Mombasa in the SEACOM landing
> station at some point, but that is gone now. I'm not sure about the
> exact reasons there but someone here probably knows what happened.
Someone here definitely knows what
On 17/Nov/19 01:02, william manning wrote:
> usually the logistics and business models of traditional CLS and DC
> are different (Bill Woodcock laid it out).
For example, it's not uncommon for CLS's to be built (or expanded)
purely from load containers.
On 17/Nov/19 19:39, Rod Beck wrote:
> A landing station is not typically carrier neutral and is not designed
> to have a huge of excess space to accommodate third parties. When I
> was at Hibernia Atlantic we would get from time to time a disaster
> recovery client, but there was not a lot of
On 19/Nov/19 20:17, Doug McIntyre wrote:
> If I knew why they considered my IP addresses "business" IP addresses,
> I could possibly change something?
Perhaps because it's static :-)?
Also, why are business people on Hulu during business hours :-).
Mark <= who asks while taking a work
On 19/Nov/19 20:38, Blake Hudson wrote:
> Thanks Doug. I'm interested in following your thread because we have
> some IP ranges we intentionally wanted to be classified as static or
> non-residential by other entities so that our customers on these
> ranges could operate their own email
> I do not normally post about firmware bugs, but I have this nightmare
> scenario running through my head of someone with a couple of mirrored HPE SSD
> arrays and all the drives going POOF! simultaneously. Even with an off-site
> backup, that could be disastrous. So if you have
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