Re: ISP billing - data collection, correlation, and billing

2017-08-08 Thread Michael Krygeris
On Sat, Jul 15, 2017 at 4:48 AM Lee Howard wrote: > > Depending on the capability of the exporter, you don't need to export full flow information. With Cisco's Flexible Netflow you can define the aggregation in the flow cache you are monitoring. You are not required to use a

RE: Transparent Waves

2017-08-08 Thread Jameson, Daniel
They're probably looking for a G.709 spec service. You still need to know something about their traffic, is it analog RFOG, or something already framed like SONET or 1/10/100G. If they can hand you a connection with G.709 styled framing most modern transport gear can ship it end-to-end,

Looking for a AT MIS engineer to help with a Circuit

2017-08-08 Thread Jason Wilson
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Re: Cisco Nexus 93180YC Switch Feedback

2017-08-08 Thread Simon Lockhart
On Tue Jul 25, 2017 at 08:31:54PM -0700, Tim Stevenson wrote: > tstevens-92160yc-1# sh int cap | beg 1/49 | eg Eth|Speed > Ethernet1/49 > Speed: 4 > Ethernet1/50 > Speed: 1000,1,25000,4,5,10 > Ethernet1/51 > Speed: 4 >

Re: Cisco Nexus 93180YC Switch Feedback

2017-08-08 Thread Brandon Butterworth
On Tue Jul 25, 2017 at 08:31:54PM -0700, Tim Stevenson wrote: > Actually, only two. > > tstevens-92160yc-1# sh int cap | beg 1/49 | eg Eth|Speed > Ethernet1/49 > Speed: 4 > Ethernet1/50 > Speed: 1000,1,25000,4,5,10 > Ethernet1/51 > Speed:

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Stephen Fulton
TR, MTS Allstream is no longer a combined entity. MTS was purchased by Bell Canada and Allstream was purchased by Zayo. -- Stephen On 2017-08-08 8:19 PM, TR Shaw wrote: Bill, What does Bell buying MTS do? Does it change your statement or will the MTS portion of Bell still peer locally?

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Bill Woodcock
> On Aug 8, 2017, at 5:33 PM, Clayton Zekelman wrote: > > > > With the peering policies of the major Canadian ISPs, you're virtually > guaranteed to hairpin through the US on most paths. > > Robellus (Rogers, Bell & Telus) will peer with you at any of their major >

Re: Admiral Hosting in London

2017-08-08 Thread Andy Smith
Hello, On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 03:54:01PM -0400, Michael Wayne wrote: > We were contacted by Admiral Hosting in London to rent some our > unused IP space. While they insist that they're not spammers, we can > not find out much about them. > > Has anyone had any dealings with this company? Legit?

Spoofer Project

2017-08-08 Thread Matthew Luckie
Hi, The CAIDA Spoofer project has been collecting and publicly sharing data on the deployment of source address validation since March 2016. We've built up a reasonably large install-base of the open-source client, and receive tests from 400-500 unique IPs per day. We're posting reports with

Re: Leaked routes earlier

2017-08-08 Thread Wilson Chu
It was AS12389 who leaked for few minutes. >From my view, AS7922, 16059, 4134, 6805, 13649, 29562, 31334, 9116 were all affected. For example 50.18.174.0/18 from AWS AS16509, right before: [image: Inline image 1] Duration: [image: Inline image 2] After: [image: Inline image 3] --Wilson On

Re: Bell outage

2017-08-08 Thread John Cavanaugh
No a single fiber bundle cut doesn’t cause this level of outage. I am at a family reunion in Nova Scotia and – Bell internet is down, all cell services are down, most land lines are down and 911 services are problematic. A lot of flights in Halifax have been cancelled (impacting our reunion).

Re: Spoofer Project

2017-08-08 Thread Matthew Luckie
To my knowledge this is the meeting network. https://spoofer.caida.org/recent_tests.php?as_include=19230 Your interpretation of the results is congruent with mine. If you look through the history of tests you can see SAV is usually deployed on the network during the meeting. This is true of

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread TR Shaw
Bill, What does Bell buying MTS do? Does it change your statement or will the MTS portion of Bell still peer locally? Tom > On Aug 8, 2017, at 8:10 PM, Bill Woodcock wrote: > > >> On Jul 20, 2017, at 7:01 AM, Hiers, David wrote: >> For traffic routing,

Re: Cisco Nexus 93180YC Switch Feedback

2017-08-08 Thread Tim Stevenson
At 07:39 PM 7/25/2017 Tuesday, Bill Woodcock opined: > On Jul 25, 2017, at 7:25 PM, James Braunegg wrote: > > Dear Nanog > > Just wondering if anyone is using the Cisco Nexus 93180YC with the LAN enterprise license and has any honest feedback about this

Re: AS202746 Hijacks: Is Telia (a) stupid, or (b) lazy, or (c) complicit?

2017-08-08 Thread Sebastian Wiesinger
* Ronald F. Guilmette [2017-08-02 09:37]: > > The annotations in the RIPE WHOIS record for AS202746 seem pretty clear to me. > This thing is B-O-G-U-S! You know, people might be more willing to listen to you when you express your points in a less emotional and aggressive

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Bill Woodcock
> On Jul 20, 2017, at 7:01 AM, Hiers, David wrote: > For traffic routing, is anyone constraining cross-border routing between > Canada and the US? IOW, if you are routing from Toronto to Montreal, do you > have to guarantee that the path cannot go through, say, Syracuse,

Re: Admiral Hosting in London

2017-08-08 Thread Mike Hammett
I've heard of some people that don't have the capital to purchase their own block yet, but want PI space so they can move away from whomever is providing their transit + IP space now. I'm sure the discussed reason is much more prevalent, though. - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Bill Woodcock
> On Aug 8, 2017, at 5:19 PM, TR Shaw wrote: > > Bill, > > What does Bell buying MTS do? Does it change your statement or will the MTS > portion of Bell still peer locally? I’d have to go back and look at the actual ASNs in our analysis. I think what we called “MTS

Leaked routes earlier

2017-08-08 Thread Wilson Chu
For about two minutes from Tue Jul 25 21:09:42 2017 GMT to 21:11:30 2017, routes to AWS were routed to stream-internet.net and got blackholed. for example, route to 50.18.x.x at the time: 5. sd-cr01-te3-4.161.nyc.stream 0.0% 3 350.9 249.9 173.9 350.9 91.2 6.

Re: Admiral Hosting in London

2017-08-08 Thread Chris Woodfield
And I’d *love* to hear the story they come up with when you ask why they only want to rent space vs buy it… -C > On Jul 27, 2017, at 9:22 PM, Randy Bush wrote: > >> We were contacted by Admiral Hosting in London to rent some our >> unused IP space. > > anyone wanting to

US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Hiers, David
Hi, We're looking to extend some services into Canada. While our lawyers dig into it, I thought that I'd ask the hive mind about border restrictions. For traffic routing, is anyone constraining cross-border routing between Canada and the US? IOW, if you are routing from Toronto to Montreal,

cable modem provisioning servers

2017-08-08 Thread Dan Spencer
All, I am at a point where I need to update our servers that provision our customer cable modems. I would like to see what other options are out there that people like. If anyone in the community has any recommendations it would be appreciated. Thank you, Dan Disclaimer The information

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Constantine A. Murenin
On 20/07/2017, Hiers, David wrote: > Hi, > We're looking to extend some services into Canada. While our lawyers dig > into it, I thought that I'd ask the hive mind about border restrictions. > > For traffic routing, is anyone constraining cross-border routing between >

Re: EdgeRouter Infinity as medium-sized "IXP Peering Router"?

2017-08-08 Thread Nick W
Tried the Infinity, unsuccessfully. Several of them. Ended up pulling them all, sitting in my homelab for now. Multiple full tables, nothing fancy for firewall or QOS, but ran into issues with random ribd/bgpd crashes and kernel panics. I've submitted a lot of logs and core dumps to UBNT. I would

Re: Temperature monitoring

2017-08-08 Thread J. Hellenthal
Would be pretty great if mobile worked...  -- Onward!, Jason Hellenthal, Systems & Network Admin, Mobile: 0x9CA0BD58, JJH48-ARIN On Jul 18, 2017, at 15:39, Edwin Pers wrote: +1 for the serverscheck.com gear. Been running it as a humidity monitor in the plant

Re: VXLAN for WAN Pseudowires?

2017-08-08 Thread Ignas Bagdonas
Hi there, However, this would mean a shift from VPLS to VXLAN. On this particular sentence - it is incorrect to compare VPLS and VXLAN. One is a set of control plane mechanisms for discovery and tunnel setup and data plane encapsulations and multipoint reachability model, while the other is

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Clayton Zekelman
With the peering policies of the major Canadian ISPs, you're virtually guaranteed to hairpin through the US on most paths. Robellus (Rogers, Bell & Telus) will peer with you at any of their major Canadian peering points, such as NYC, Chicago or LA. At 10:01 AM 20/07/2017, Hiers, David

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Keenan Tims
On 2017-08-08 17:10, Bill Woodcock wrote: No. In fact, Bell Canada / Bell Aliant and Telus guarantee that you_will_ go through Chicago, Seattle, New York, or Ashburn, since none of them peer anywhere in Canada at all. The major national networks (Bell, Rogers, Telus, Shaw, Zayo/Allstream)

Re: Reviews - GTT, NTT and Telia

2017-08-08 Thread i3D.net - Martijn Schmidt
Hi Ramy, Having worked with NTT & GTT, but not Telia, I can heartily recommend NTT. Every one of these providers has its peering challenges so you'll need diversity regardless of the one you pick, but the operations team over at NTT has been absolutely stellar in terms of technical know-how and

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Clayton Zekelman
OK, Maybe I was a bit overly dramatic. One of the big 3 peered with us in a US location, but refused to peer in Canada. I can't recall if we actually did specifically ask Rogers at one point or not. I know we haven't asked recently. At 08:41 PM 08/08/2017, Bill Woodcock wrote: > On

Re: EdgeRouter Infinity as medium-sized "IXP Peering Router"?

2017-08-08 Thread Mike Hammett
Ah, okay. I haven't used one yet. Also, I don't talk about beta outside of beta. ;-) - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com Midwest-IX http://www.midwest-ix.com - Original Message - From: "Josh Reynolds" To: "Mike

Re: EdgeRouter Infinity as medium-sized "IXP Peering Router"?

2017-08-08 Thread Mike Hammett
1.9.7+hotfix.1 is the currently available stable. 1.9.1.1 was released on May 1st. https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeMAX-Updates-Blog/EdgeMAX-EdgeRouter-software-security-release-v1-9-7-hotfix-1/ba-p/2019161 - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com

Re: EdgeRouter Infinity as medium-sized "IXP Peering Router"?

2017-08-08 Thread Josh Reynolds
Forgot reply all... That does not apply to the infinity. Those shipped with 1.9.8dev. On Aug 8, 2017 8:03 PM, "Mike Hammett" wrote: > 1.9.7+hotfix.1 is the currently available stable. 1.9.1.1 was released on > May 1st. > >

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Bill Woodcock
> On Aug 8, 2017, at 5:48 PM, Keenan Tims wrote: > While they do practice peering protectionism and only purchase transit out of > country, the situation is not *quite* so bad that all traffic round-trips > through the US. No, not all, 64%. By comparison, only 0.27% of

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Dave Cohen
It seems to me the original question was asking about it more from a legal perspective, in other words does Canadian traffic have to stay in Canada. IANAL (or a Canadian), but the answer is "mostly, no, especially as related to publicly routed traffic" as should be evidenced based on what's

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Eric Kuhnke
It is worth noting, however, that the former AllStream ASN (formerly AT Canada) AS15290 is a completely different thing, and has distinct infrastructure and routing from the AboveNet ASN which is operated by Zayo. Although they are probably using "Free" Zayo transport by now. If I am grossly

Re: US/Canada International border concerns for routing

2017-08-08 Thread Eric Dugas

Re: ARIN NRPM 2017.4: New Policies Implemented

2017-08-08 Thread John Curran
Mel - My apologies. There is a NRPM change log is available in the navigation box on the right hand side of the NRPM page, and it contains links to the two policy language changes (which I’ve included below for ready reference) - https://www.arin.net/policy/proposals/2016_3.html

Re: Reviews - GTT, NTT and Telia

2017-08-08 Thread Van Dyk, Donovan via NANOG
Hello, We use all three globally. NTT – Like everyone already stated, excellent customer service. Fast and very knowledgeable. TELIA – It was a rocky start with them in the beginning, but they’ve been very good lately (About a year). Customer service is always fast and decent. In the

ARIN NRPM 2017.4: New Policies Implemented

2017-08-08 Thread John Curran
NANOGers: Two new policies affecting transfers of number resources have been implemented at ARIN – it is worthing taking a moment to become familiar with these changes if you manage IP number resources. Thanks! /John John Curran President and CEO ARIN Begin forwarded message: From: ARIN

Re: ARIN NRPM 2017.4: New Policies Implemented

2017-08-08 Thread Mel Beckman
John, Forgive me if I'm missing something obvious, but I looked at all the links in the email you forwarded to TW list, and I cannot see anything that specifically details the set of two policy changes you mentioned. The minutes of the June meeting talk about some policy changes in general,