Re: Linux router network cards

2020-10-22 Thread Jared Geiger
I use DANOS with Intel XL710 10G NICs in DPDK mode for linux based routing. If you're doing routing protocols, allocate 2 CPU cores to the control plane and then a CPU core per 10G/1G interface for the dataplane, plus an extra core for good measure. So for a 4 x 10G router taking in full routes,

RE: Linux router network cards

2020-10-22 Thread Jean St-Laurent via NANOG
Chelsio cards are probably what you are looking for. https://www.chelsio.com/terminator-6-asic/ It's closer to an asic than a traditional nic as the router/firewall rules are pushed directly into the hardware. I don't know how good they are with linux and they seem to be compatible.

RE: Linux router network cards

2020-10-22 Thread micah anderson
Thanks for the reply. Philip Loenneker writes: > Take a look at the Mellanox ConnectX 5 series of cards. They handle > DPDK, PVRDMA (basically SR-IOV that allows live migration between > hosts), and can even process packets within the NIC for some >From what I can tell, SR-IOV/PVRDMA aren't

PLEASE CHECK THE REPLY EMAIL ADDRESS -- Re: QB server hiccups

2020-10-22 Thread Paul Nash
Typo in the first version copied this to a mailing list. I sent a newer version shortly after copied to Brian instead :-) Please delete the earlier one & only reply to the later one. Thanks paul > On Oct 22, 2020, at 1:19 PM, Paul Nash wrote: > > After an outage yesterday, I am

Re: Amazon Prime Video Contact?

2020-10-22 Thread Mike Hammett
http://thebrotherswisp.com/index.php/geo-and-vpn/ - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions Midwest Internet Exchange The Brothers WISP - Original Message - From: "Ryan Gard" To: "NANOG list" Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2020 1:02:36 PM Subject: Amazon Prime

APOLOGIES: QB server hiccups

2020-10-22 Thread Paul Nash
Autocorrect changed a misspelled recipient to “nanog”. paul (grovelling for forgiveness)

Amazon Prime Video Contact?

2020-10-22 Thread Ryan Gard
Hello, I'm looking to catch someone off list who could look into some issues we're noticing since yesterday evening with some of our residential IP blocks being marked as a VPN or Proxying service. Unfortunately, our old contact for this may no longer be with the company. Alternatively, if

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread Anne P. Mitchell, Esq.
> On Oct 22, 2020, at 1:20 AM, C. A. Fillekes wrote: > > the subgroup for networks on aspherical planetoids would be EGGNOG -- we only > meet during the holidays This should have come with a C warning! Anne -- Anne P. Mitchell, Cartoony at Large CEO, SuretyMail Email Reputation

QB server hiccups

2020-10-22 Thread Paul Nash
After an outage yesterday, I am trying to streamline and simplify the St Felix QB setup to make it more reliable and easier to administer. The most critical factor that influences the overall design is the realistic maximum number of simultaneous users. If we can live with a maximum of two

Re: AS203 (CenturyLink/Qwest/Level3/Lumen) hijack report

2020-10-22 Thread Töma Gavrichenkov
Peace, On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 4:11 AM Töma Gavrichenkov wrote: > Following up on the today's massive partial network outage, here's the > analysis of what actually happened with the AS203's hijack, which is > the first one for the newly founded Lumen Technologies. > >

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread Bryan Holloway
Don't mess with Belters ... On 10/22/20 9:20 AM, C. A. Fillekes wrote: the subgroup for networks on aspherical planetoids would be EGGNOG -- we only meet during the holiays On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 11:59 PM Mark Andrews > wrote: It wouldn’t be NANOG.  Perhaps

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread John Levine
In article <9ed99fde-19f1-96cc-1021-3420dc492...@mauigateway.com> you write: >More like IP to Nokia's new cell network on the moon: Ah, right. There was news about that earlier this week: https://www.theonion.com/nasa-builds-4g-tower-on-moon-tastefully-disguised-as-pi-1845414052 R's, John

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread Alain Hebert
    This will deprecated RFC1149, 2549 and 6214 :( - Alain Hebertaheb...@pubnix.net PubNIX Inc. 50 boul. St-Charles P.O. Box 26770 Beaconsfield, Quebec H9W 6G7 Tel: 514-990-5911 http://www.pubnix.netFax: 514-990-9443 On 2020-10-22 03:20, C. A.

Final day of ARIN 46 to be held tomorrow Friday 23 October!

2020-10-22 Thread John Curran
NANOGers - ARIN 46’s third and final day will occur tomorrow, and consists of our member meeting including our Board and ARIN AC candidate forums and reports on how the organization is doing. Please feel free to join if you are interested - it’s open to all and there’s no fee involved (but

Re: cheap MPLS router recommendations

2020-10-22 Thread Baldur Norddahl
Does this device have deep buffers? On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 11:12 PM Colton Conor wrote: > https://www.multicominc.com/wp-content/uploads/DZS-M3000_M.pdf > > On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 4:08 PM Colton Conor > wrote: > >> Well then Adam I would say the Dasan Zhone fits the budget. The M3000 >>

Re: Circuit ordering software

2020-10-22 Thread David Funderburk
This is excellent! I had not seen it before. Thanks for sharing. --- Regards, David Funderburk GlobalVision 864-569-0703 On 2020/10/22 08:06, Niels Bakker wrote: > * orothsch...@gmail.com (Oliver Rothschild) [Wed 21 Oct 2020, 22:39 CEST]: > >> For those that have circuit ordering mechanisms

Re: Circuit ordering software

2020-10-22 Thread Niels Bakker
* orothsch...@gmail.com (Oliver Rothschild) [Wed 21 Oct 2020, 22:39 CEST]: For those that have circuit ordering mechanisms in their environment, what sort of software do you use? If you're on the implementing side, you may want to take a look at https://ix-api.net/ to see how the three

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread J. Hellenthal via NANOG
NASOG -- J. Hellenthal The fact that there's a highway to Hell but only a stairway to Heaven says a lot about anticipated traffic volume. > On Oct 21, 2020, at 22:59, Mark Andrews wrote: > > It wouldn’t be NANOG. Perhaps LUNOG or MOONOG. > >> On 22 Oct 2020, at 14:07, scott weeks

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread Suresh Ramasubramanian
Perfect. Where do I sign up? --srs From: NANOG on behalf of C. A. Fillekes Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2020 12:53 PM To: Mark Andrews Cc: NANOG mailing list Subject: Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet the subgroup for networks on aspherical planetoids

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread Rod Beck
SPACOG. C'mon guys. Think Big! From: NANOG on behalf of Mark Andrews Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2020 5:56 AM To: scott weeks Cc: nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet It wouldn’t be NANOG. Perhaps LUNOG or MOONOG. > On 22 Oct

Re: Ingress filtering on transits, peers, and IX ports

2020-10-22 Thread Brian Knight via NANOG
Randy, thank you for the reminder to look also at what services (L4 ports) should be generally blocked. As I was implementing a similar rule for logging purposes, I discovered an oddity with $VENDOR_C_XR ACLs. I created the following: object-group port TCPUDP-BLOCKED eq 0 eq sunrpc eq

Re: Vint Cerf & Interplanetary Internet

2020-10-22 Thread C. A. Fillekes
the subgroup for networks on aspherical planetoids would be EGGNOG -- we only meet during the holiays On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 11:59 PM Mark Andrews wrote: > It wouldn’t be NANOG. Perhaps LUNOG or MOONOG. > > > On 22 Oct 2020, at 14:07, scott weeks wrote: > > > > > > *From:* NANOG on behalf >