Re: NANOG70 tee shirt mystery

2017-06-04 Thread David Barak via NANOG
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ten_(Pearl_Jam_album) Pearl Jam are from Seattle... David Barak Sent from mobile device, please excuse autocorrection artifacts > On Jun 4, 2017, at 4:55 PM, Matthew Petach wrote: > > So, I've been staring at the NANOG70 tee shirt for > a

Re: Benefits (and Detriments) of Standardizing Network Equipment in a Global Organization

2016-12-28 Thread David Barak via NANOG
On Dec 28, 2016, at 5:34 PM, Randy Bush wrote: >> An alternative multi-vendor approach is to use 1 vendor per stack layer, >> but alternate layer to layer. That is; Vendor A edge router, Vendor B >> firewall, Vendor A/C switches, Vendor D anti-SPAM software, etc. This >> doesn't

Re: OSPF vs ISIS - Which do you prefer & why?

2016-11-09 Thread David Barak via NANOG
> On Nov 9, 2016, at 6:04 PM, Randy Bush wrote: > > vi users prefer ospf > emacs users prefer is-is > So that leaves EIGRP for the nano users? David Barak Sent from mobile device, please excuse autocorrection artifacts

Re: NFV Solution Evaluation Methodology

2016-08-02 Thread David Barak via NANOG
Simpler > complex *sometimes*. It turns out that sometimes the complexity is worth it (eg https://youtu.be/-iiXsbrEv3U ). Perhaps "as simple as possible, by no simpler" would be reasonable? David Barak Sent from mobile device, please excuse autocorrection artifacts > On Aug 2, 2016, at 7:08

Re: cross connects and their pound of flesh

2016-06-19 Thread David Barak via NANOG
Gotta watch out for specifying T1 when you want Ethernet- they could just give you 4 wires on pins 1,2,4,5 :) I see the problem as misunderstanding what "physical" actually means: 4-wire twisted pair is different from 8-wire, is different from coax, is different from SMF etc. what gets run

Re: phone fun, was GeoIP database issues and the real world consequences

2016-04-15 Thread David Barak via NANOG
> On Apr 15, 2016, at 3:09 PM, Mark Andrews wrote: > > Australia is about the area as the US and has always had caller > pays and seperate area codes for mobiles. Australia has fewer people than Texas, and is more than an order of magnitude smaller than the US by population.

Re: /27 the new /24

2015-10-08 Thread David Barak via NANOG
On Thu, 10/8/15, Mark Andrews wrote: > This is today's reality and ISP's are not meeting > today's needs. > It's not just about > having enough IPv4 addresses. It's about > providing the infrastructure to allow your > customers to