RE: DWDM Optics cheaper than CWDM Optics?

2017-01-31 Thread Luke Guillory
. Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084 _ Disclaimer

Re: Common Reliable Out Of Band Management Options at Carrier Hotels

2017-01-18 Thread Luke Guillory
TFN, patrick On Jan 18, 2017, at 10:18 AM, Luke Guillory <lguill...@reservetele.com<mailto:lguill...@reservetele.com>> wrote: We were quoted sub $200 for 10M DIA from the datacenter which included a copper handoff which would be more diverse than the cell option. Luke Luke Gui

RE: Common Reliable Out Of Band Management Options at Carrier Hotels

2017-01-18 Thread Luke Guillory
We were quoted sub $200 for 10M DIA from the datacenter which included a copper handoff which would be more diverse than the cell option. Luke Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications

Re: CenturyLink in Advanced Talks to Merge With Level 3 Communications - Interweb is doomed

2016-10-28 Thread Luke Guillory
r redundancy. One of which just recently signed an agreement with CenturyLink for the sole purpose of fail over. Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager [cid:image9bee0e.JPG@604f5a4c.42a728e5] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill.

Re: Death of the Internet, Film at 11

2016-10-22 Thread Luke Guillory
f the people that don't read and understand this list. -jim Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager [cid:image3d3347.JPG@3f84cedc.4b99894e] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Web:www.rtconline.com Reserve

Re: Death of the Internet, Film at 11

2016-10-22 Thread Luke Guillory
firewall without general Internet access seems to work for us. We have a lot of cheap IP cameras in our facility and none of them can reach the net. But this is probably a bit beyond the capabilities of the general home user. —Chris Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager

Re: nested prefixes in Internet

2016-10-24 Thread Luke Guillory
Misread the email. Ignore my ignorance. Sent from my iPad > On Oct 24, 2016, at 9:48 PM, Owen DeLong <o...@delong.com> wrote: > > How do you figure that? > > Owen > >> On Oct 24, 2016, at 06:22 , Luke Guillory <lguill...@reservetele.com> wrote: >>

RE: How to find all of an ISP's ASNs

2016-10-25 Thread Luke Guillory
Can search here as well. http://as-rank.caida.org/ Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: nested prefixes in Internet

2016-10-24 Thread Luke Guillory
That only works if the /24 isn't coming from the middle of the /20 block and is on the front end or back end. Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

Re: Voice channels (FTTH, DOCSIS, VoLTE)

2016-11-27 Thread Luke Guillory
com<mailto:j...@baylink.com>> wrote: Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager [cid:image1f21cf.JPG@56d24e46.43b1142f] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Web:www.rtconline.com Reserve Telecomm

Re: IPv6 automatic reverse DNS

2016-10-28 Thread Luke Guillory
Why not have DHCP update dns with both. Sent from my iPad > Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70

RE: 10G switch drops traffic for a split second

2016-11-29 Thread Luke Guillory
Here is the video from Facebook on Monitoring, managing and troubleshooting large scale networks they did last year on the subject as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRY9xwg5nAU Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill

RE: Comcast business IPv6 vs rbldnsd & PSBL

2016-11-29 Thread Luke Guillory
Because if you want static IPs from them you must rent one of the following. Cisco DPC3939B or DPC3941B Netgear CG3000DCR SMC Networks SMCD3G Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100

Re: Apple Caching Server question

2017-01-13 Thread Luke Guillory
thing. I can share more if needed as well. Luke Sent from my iPad > Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70

RE: Bandwidth Savings

2017-01-11 Thread Luke Guillory
of HTTPS streaming and we expect all streaming providers, including Netflix, will align with the SVA's direction. http://www.streamingvideoalliance.org/ Let me know if you have any more questions. Regards, Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email

RE: Bandwidth Savings

2017-01-11 Thread Luke Guillory
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RE: 10G switch drops traffic for a split second

2016-11-29 Thread Luke Guillory
What model switch? What's the config look like, all L2 or L3 as well? Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: SoCal FIOS outage(?) / static IP readdressing

2017-01-04 Thread Luke Guillory
Our model is 15k a mile all in, this is for aerial not underground for our HFC/Coax builds. A partner of ours models their underground fiber builds at 30k a mile. This is in south Louisiana so your market may vary as always. Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212

Re: Multicast IPTV on DOCSIS

2016-12-16 Thread Luke Guillory
the IPTV STB software which didn't require certificatioN/approval by the STB hardware vendors (cisco etc). Has any Cable system converted to IPTV ? Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager [cid:image56af80.JPG@29a6b056.4196f16d] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.5

RE: Facebook more specific via Level3 ?

2017-03-21 Thread Luke Guillory
Are they replying with that subnet via dns when requests are being made? Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

Re: Verizon wireless to stop issuing static IPv4

2017-03-08 Thread Luke Guillory
ible with Persistent Prefix IPv6 addresses. --- Keith Stokes Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager [cid:imagefe9475.JPG@ae2f04c2.45884860] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Web:www.rtconline.co

Re: Regulatory Recovery Surcharge for Canadian corporations

2017-03-14 Thread Luke Guillory
For sure Sent from my iPad > On Mar 14, 2017, at 11:54 AM, Todd Grand <tgr...@tgrand.com> wrote: > > I still believe the onus is on them to justify the extension of these costs, > regardless of what was in the agreement. > > Todd Grand > > -Original Mess

Re: Regulatory Recovery Surcharge for Canadian corporations

2017-03-14 Thread Luke Guillory
On transit though? We in the US pay all of these types of fees as well though not on service outside of telephone. Sent from my iPad > Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC

Re: Regulatory Recovery Surcharge for Canadian corporations

2017-03-14 Thread Luke Guillory
> > > -Original Message- > From: Luke Guillory [mailto:lguill...@reservetele.com] > Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2017 11:08 AM > To: Todd Grand <tgr...@tgrand.com> > Cc: Eric Dugas <edu...@unknowndevice.ca>; Graham Johnston > <johnst...@westmancom.com>

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

2017-07-14 Thread Luke Guillory
On the HFC / CMTS side of things we have IPDR which I believe has some open source collectors out there. I'm not sure that IPDR is used much outside of the HFC world though. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill

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

2017-07-15 Thread Luke Guillory
7 PM, "NANOG on behalf of Luke Guillory" <nanog-boun...@nanog.org<mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org> on behalf of lguill...@reservetele.com<mailto:lguill...@reservetele.com>> wrote: On the HFC / CMTS side of things we have IPDR which I believe has some open source coll

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
testing, is it there and what’s the power. http://solid-optics.com/tools/power-meter/so-osa-cwdm-18ch-id1685.html Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager [cid:image300878.JPG@eb7e400b.44984f6e] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email:

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
http://www.ics-il.com > > Midwest-IX > http://www.midwest-ix.com > > - Original Message - > > From: "Colton Conor" <colton.co...@gmail.com> > To: "Faisal Imtiaz" <fai...@snappytelecom.net> > Cc: "Mike Hammett" <na...@ics-

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
Pics came in on my side, that's when I figured you were saying 1 40g plus 10s. -Original Message- From: Faisal Imtiaz [mailto:fai...@snappytelecom.net] Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 2:50 PM To: Luke Guillory Cc: Colton Conor; nanog list Subject: Re: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics I

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
into the DWDM gear for transport. Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
Imtiaz [mailto:fai...@snappytelecom.net] Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 2:27 PM To: Luke Guillory Cc: Colton Conor; nanog list Subject: Re: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics Bench test of the system, with the muxes... sorry for the large pictures :) Faisal Imtiaz Snappy Internet & Telecom 7266 S

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
Faisal, How would he inject his current 4x10 40g into the mux which is currently on a single LC cable? Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics

2017-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
Gotcha, figured I misread it. Sorry it's Monday. -Original Message- From: Faisal Imtiaz [mailto:fai...@snappytelecom.net] Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 2:45 PM To: Luke Guillory Cc: Colton Conor; nanog list Subject: Re: DWDM Mux/Demux using 40G Optics Let me try to explain better

RE: Leasing /22 blocks

2017-06-01 Thread Luke Guillory
LogicWeb leases IPs, their pricing is below. /21 -1600$ /22 - 800$ /23 - 400$ /24 - 200$ Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: Leasing /22 blocks

2017-06-01 Thread Luke Guillory
While that is true, it does still require ARIN approval in the US and will need to be justified. Luke Guillory Network Operations Manager Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: IOS new versions and network load

2017-09-18 Thread Luke Guillory
While we don’t use Apple's caching servers we do have transparent caching in place which nets us about 82% of their content being serverd locally. On a big IOS update it will probably be close to 99% for that one title. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel

RE: IOS new versions and network load

2017-09-20 Thread Luke Guillory
some issues since we’ve expanded our core outside of one location. [cid:image003.jpg@01D3306F.82F47BC0] [cid:image004.png@01D3306F.82F47BC0] Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:image48b438.JPG@a3e7a3b5.4ea77b73] <http://www.rtconline.com>

Re: Comparing Backbone providers from support POV

2017-08-24 Thread Luke Guillory
X:+2 02 37482816 Email: bfa...@noor.net<mailto:bfa...@noor.net> Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:imagee3fe68.JPG@4f232b39.4682af08] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguil

Re: Definition of ISP vs Transit provider

2017-11-22 Thread Luke Guillory
ces? Miles Fidelman -- In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is. Yogi Berra Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:imagea31855.JPG@9f5ca8aa.498ff694] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.53

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-17 Thread Luke Guillory
to blame are the programmers who continue to increase their rates. On top of that OTT is a pain requiring separate apps for every channel, awful buggy apps at that. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-20 Thread Luke Guillory
I missed the et al, sorry about that. -Original Message- From: Matthew Black [mailto:matthew.bl...@csulb.edu] Sent: Monday, November 20, 2017 10:30 AM To: Luke Guillory; nanog@nanog.org Subject: RE: Broadcast television in an IP world I wrote ET AL. ESPN costs $9 per month. Throw

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-20 Thread Luke Guillory
:11 AM To: Luke Guillory; nanog@nanog.org Subject: RE: Broadcast television in an IP world Right now only 25% of cable subscribers watch sports channels like ESPN. But 100% pay up to $20 a month for ESPN et al. in their monthly subscription fees. HBO and Showtime subscribers pay for those premium

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-20 Thread Luke Guillory
specifics when it comes to programing, they make sure to state that in our contracts so we can't inform customers. -Original Message- From: Matthew Black [mailto:matthew.bl...@csulb.edu] Sent: Monday, November 20, 2017 10:55 AM To: Luke Guillory; nanog@nanog.org Subject: RE: Broadcast

Re: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-20 Thread Luke Guillory
"border" to every bit of CPE equipment is worth it if it is only truly beneficial for the Superbowl and a couple of Hollywood awards ceremonies per year. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:image62ac68.JPG@a6fc1380.42ad82e4] <http://www.rtcon

Re: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-21 Thread Luke Guillory
networks such as docsis conserving edge resources can be helped with multicast. Sent from my iPhone On Nov 21, 2017, at 4:12 AM, Baldur Norddahl <baldur.nordd...@gmail.com<mailto:baldur.nordd...@gmail.com>> wrote: Den 21. nov. 2017 00.42 skrev "Luke Guillory" <

Re: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-21 Thread Luke Guillory
Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing Solutions http://www.ics-il.com Midwest-IX http://www.midwest-ix.com Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:image3d0842.JPG@83e42971.43a5f684] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0

Re: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-21 Thread Luke Guillory
ar more efficient than allowing multicast across WAN links. K. Scott Helms Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:image231e71.JPG@0b2ab948.43bc9114] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.c

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-21 Thread Luke Guillory
: kscott.he...@gmail.com [mailto:kscott.he...@gmail.com] On Behalf Of K. Scott Helms Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2017 8:59 AM To: Luke Guillory Cc: Baldur Norddahl; nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: Broadcast television in an IP world Luke, I think I understand your example but the local broadcaster won't

Re: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-17 Thread Luke Guillory
to optimize for it? Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:image4d387c.JPG@67228580.4c8bfb6f] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Web:www.rtconline.com Reserve Telecommunications 100

Re: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-17 Thread Luke Guillory
YouTube - so that's not even live for me anymore). Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:image77289b.JPG@8baeeba3.43aacb76] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Web:www.rtconline.co

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-17 Thread Luke Guillory
We have 1 channel out of 15 or so that's still a must carry, the others dropped that once they knew cable ops needed them so they went with the "well charge instead of requiring you to carry us" route. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.53

RE: Broadcast television in an IP world

2017-11-17 Thread Luke Guillory
will be charging more than the per sub rates we're getting charge. They'll have to in order to keep revenue the same. When ESPN offers an OTT product I have no doubt it will be near the $20 per month, for 5 channels or so? Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax

RE: Are there inexpensive DWDM products?

2017-11-02 Thread Luke Guillory
These guys seem to be a white box solution for Optical. https://www.lumentum.com I see that Juniper and Infinera have both worked on solutions to work on their hardware. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill

Equinix Fire Alarm - IBX was Evacuated

2018-05-17 Thread Luke Guillory
Just got this. Dear Equinix Customer, IBX(s): DA6 IBX Address: 1950 North Stemmons Freeway Suites 2049 & 3050 Dallas, TX 75207 Ticket#: 5-152980676699 Date and Time of Occurrence: 17-MAY-2018 14:04 Site Local Time INCIDENT SUMMARY: Fire Alarm - IBX was Evacuated INCIDENT DESCRIPTION:

RE: Tunable QSFP Optics

2018-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
I believe the 40g and 100g optics are already muxing 4 channels within the transceiver before outputting it to 1310. https://community.fs.com/blog/40gbase-lr4-qsfp-transceiver-links-cwdm-and-psm.html Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax

RE: Tunable QSFP Optics

2018-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
2:28 PM To: Luke Guillory Cc: NANOG Subject: Re: Tunable QSFP Optics On Tue, Jun 19, 2018 at 11:53 AM Luke Guillory mailto:lguill...@reservetele.com>> wrote: They still leave the transceiver as a single 1310, the lanes color isn't ever expose since the mux takes place within the trans

RE: Tunable QSFP Optics

2018-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
They still leave the transceiver as a single 1310, the lanes color isn't ever expose since the mux takes place within the transceiver. When I looked into this for 40g and 100g I found no way to passively do it. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212

RE: Tunable QSFP Optics

2018-06-19 Thread Luke Guillory
No, though the lane colors are irrelevant since we only care about the final output color. Why the lanes can’t be muxed into another output color I’m not sure, I can only find specs listed for the lanes but nothing for the final mux leaving the transceiver. Luke Guillory Vice President

RE: IPv4 smaller than /24 leasing?

2018-01-04 Thread Luke Guillory
Notice that the LOA is only checked off on /24 or larger. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: 1/2u 100g Metro-E Aggregation Switch

2018-02-14 Thread Luke Guillory
The presentation I saw listed the two, 5448 and ACX+ as different products. 5448 listed as Committed while the ACX+ was listed as Under Planning. They were also shown to be targeted at different markets, 1G/10G with 100G and 10G/25G/100G. ns -Original Message- From: NANOG

RE: 1/2u 100g Metro-E Aggregation Switch

2018-02-14 Thread Luke Guillory
ACX+ 5448 seems to be the 48 port 1g/10g with 4x100g Presentation I'm talking about is a 69 pager from the 2017 Global Tech Summit. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve

Re: 1/2u 100g Metro-E Aggregation Switch

2017-12-28 Thread Luke Guillory
732A1394E [ https://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get=0x2AFA805732A1394E | Public PGP Key ] Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:imaged86681.JPG@423db806.4c87add4] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguil

RE: Inbound Call Issues

2018-08-17 Thread Luke Guillory
Yes but I’m in South Louisiana, we’re only seeing issues with Sprint Cell inbound at the moment. I think someone mentioned T-Mobile but haven’t confirmed. We’ve reached out to ATT since the calls are coming into the tandem, they’ve kicked the ticket to maintenance group. We’ve also opened a

Sprint Wireless

2018-08-27 Thread Luke Guillory
Anyone from Sprint on here that can help or direct me to a contact that can help with trunk issues into a tandem? Running out of options trying to get them to sort of their issues for their customers. Thanks Luke Ns

RE: Proving Gig Speed

2018-07-18 Thread Luke Guillory
https://isp.google.com Thought I think this is only for when you have peering, someone can correct me if that's incorrect. ns -Original Message- From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of K. Scott Helms Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 8:45 AM To: Mike Hammett Cc:

RE: Spiffy Netflow tools?

2018-03-13 Thread Luke Guillory
There is also https://github.com/robcowart/elastiflow which uses the ELK stack. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax:985.536.0300 Email: lguill...@reservetele.com Reserve Telecommunications 100 RTC Dr Reserve, LA 70084

RE: Suggestion for Layer 3, all SFP+ switches

2018-04-18 Thread Luke Guillory
Juniper ACX 5048 is what we use though you need to license 10g ports (ACX5K-L-1X10GE) and VPN (ACX5K-L-IPVPN) QFX does MPLS but I'm pretty sure it doesn't do VPLs. ns -Original Message- From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Brandon Martin Sent: Wednesday,

RE: CDN-provided caching platforms?

2018-03-27 Thread Luke Guillory
Concurrent is one of them, we use Qwilt but that will get expensive really quick with their licensing. https://www.concurrent.com/laguna-cache/ Luke ns -Original Message- From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Mike Hammett Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 8:41

RE: How are you configuring BFD timers?

2018-03-21 Thread Luke Guillory
He's asking because if it was dark the interface would go down when the link was lost and the router would pull routes. But PA to FL would lead me to believe it'll be a wave from some type of DWDM gear which brings us to BFD. Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel

RE: Network Speed Testing and Monitoring Platform

2019-01-18 Thread Luke Guillory
The paid version gives you access to all the reporting from the test ran against your server. Luke Ns From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Aaron Gould Sent: Friday, January 18, 2019 11:18 AM To: 'Colton Conor' Cc: 'NANOG' Subject: RE: Network Speed Testing and

RE: Network Speed Testing and Monitoring Platform

2019-01-18 Thread Luke Guillory
, 2019 11:25 AM To: Luke Guillory Cc: NANOG; Aaron Gould; Colton Conor Subject: Re: Network Speed Testing and Monitoring Platform I haven't seen the level of reporting on the paid service because I don't have it, but I get reporting on a free, public server. - Mike Hammett Intelligent Computing

Re: How to choose a transport(terrestrial/subsea)

2018-12-15 Thread Luke Guillory
ns near where the cross-connects fees are lower. I've seen cross-connect fees between $50 up to $750 MRC so if you need multiple wavelengths (for capacity), the cross-connect fees are going to make a huge difference on the total MRC. Eric Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation

Re: CenturyLink

2018-12-30 Thread Luke Guillory
We have a few s600’s deployed as well, rock solid and van handle 10k+ queries a second. ns Sent from my iPhone On Dec 30, 2018, at 11:22 AM, Matthew Huff mailto:mh...@ox.com>> wrote: We use an older model of

Re: Frontier rural FIOS & IPv6

2019-03-31 Thread Luke Guillory
Telcos had an advantage, they were able to put the cost of that new fancy switch into our cost study / rate base. So they were rewarded for spending money, and boy did they spend money. Luke Ns Sent from my iPhone On Mar 31, 2019, at 7:20 PM, Mike Leber mailto:mle...@he.net>> wrote: You

Re: Frontier rural FIOS & IPv6

2019-03-31 Thread Luke Guillory
My mom was cheap and only had pulse dialing in the 90s, it made using pagers difficult. Had to flip to tone after it dialed. Ns Sent from my iPad > On Mar 31, 2019, at 8:53 PM, Matt Hoppes wrote: > > The telephone example: > What IS the benefit of DTMF other than I can dial faster?

RE: FB?

2019-03-14 Thread Luke Guillory
That’s old. By Robert Johnson on Thursday, September 23, 2010 at 7:29 PM Luke Ns From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Selphie Keller Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2019 4:06 PM To: Mike Hammett Cc: NANOG list Subject: Re: FB? I did see this article indicating they had

Re: Issue with Geolocation in Virginia US

2019-03-08 Thread Luke Guillory
Maxmind https://support.maxmind.com/geoip-data-correction-request/ Luke Ns Sent from my iPad On Mar 9, 2019, at 1:02 AM, Raja Sekhar Gullapalli mailto:ra...@qti.qualcomm.com>> wrote: Hi Anthony, First one already tried & but no response. Who will help in getting geo updated which

Re: Issue with Geolocation in Virginia US

2019-03-08 Thread Luke Guillory
Neustar reporting, found after I sent the last email. Sorry https://www.security.neustar/resources/tools/submit-to-global-ip-database Luke Ns Sent from my iPad On Mar 9, 2019, at 1:02 AM, Raja Sekhar Gullapalli mailto:ra...@qti.qualcomm.com>> wrote: Hi Anthony, First one already tried

RE: Disney+ CDN

2019-04-12 Thread Luke Guillory
They owned 33% and bought another 42% making it an even 75%. Luke ns From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Mike Hammett Sent: Friday, April 12, 2019 2:38 PM To: Chris Grundemann Cc: Jared Geiger; NANOG Subject: Re: Disney+ CDN $1.6B for less than half of the company

RE: Fibre provider in Starkville, MS

2019-05-02 Thread Luke Guillory
C Spire is near that area, they may have fiber there. Luke Ns From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Theo Voss Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2019 11:40 AM To: nanog@nanog.org Subject: Fibre provider in Starkville, MS Hi all, we’re looking for a regional (and agile) ISP who

Re: Comcast storing WiFi passwords in cleartext?

2019-04-23 Thread Luke Guillory
OP said they logged into their account and went to the security portion of the portal. So one can assume they're the ISP or I don’t see the point in asking how Comcast would know the info. Luke Ns Sent from my iPad On Apr 23, 2019, at 8:05 PM, Laurent Dumont

RE: Comcast storing WiFi passwords in cleartext?

2019-04-23 Thread Luke Guillory
[mailto:beck...@angryox.com] Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 9:35 PM To: Luke Guillory Cc: Laurent Dumont; NANOG Subject: Re: Comcast storing WiFi passwords in cleartext? On Tue, 23 Apr 2019, Peter Beckman wrote: > On Wed, 24 Apr 2019, Luke Guillory wrote: > >> OP said they logged into t

RE: Comcast storing WiFi passwords in cleartext?

2019-04-24 Thread Luke Guillory
are on the latest firmware. Luke Ns -Original Message- From: Matt Hoppes [mailto:mattli...@rivervalleyinternet.net] Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 7:27 AM To: K. Scott Helms Cc: Luke Guillory; NANOG Subject: Re: Comcast storing WiFi passwords in cleartext? I don’t really see

RE: SFP oraganizers / storage recommendations

2019-10-30 Thread Luke Guillory
Barcodes on FS.com is the serial, so you'd need to receive them in or enter them with PN and SN. Ns -Original Message- From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-boun...@nanog.org] On Behalf Of Jason Lixfeld Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2019 9:03 AM To: Warren Kumari Cc: NANOG mailing list

RE: SFP oraganizers / storage recommendations

2019-10-30 Thread Luke Guillory
We use a few of these. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000LDH3JC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8=1 We label the fronts with address label's for each PN. https://i.imgur.com/iDTNVJ9.jpg Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation Tel:985.536.1212 Fax

RE: lots of traffic starting at 3 a.m. central time

2019-10-15 Thread Luke Guillory
That’s what I’m seeing as well, went from 2.2G around 2:50AM CST to a peak of 16G. https://i.imgur.com/en89kyO.png Luke Guillory Vice President – Technology and Innovation [cid:imageade5f7.JPG@f6770aff.4fbbcff1] <http://www.rtconline.com> Tel:985.536.12

RE: akamai yesterday - what in the world was that

2020-01-23 Thread Luke Guillory
Modern Warfare update is what I'm being told. I did around 4Gpbs from the Xbox network and 1.5Gbps via PS. -Original Message- From: NANOG On Behalf Of Jared Mauch Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2020 9:21 AM To: Kaiser, Erich Cc: NANOG list Subject: Re: akamai yesterday - what in the

RE: breakout

2020-01-08 Thread Luke Guillory
You'd need something like this, which you can jumper over to the 10G port. https://www.fs.com/products/37016.html Cable to break it out. https://www.fs.com/products/68048.html Luke Ns -Original Message- From: NANOG On Behalf Of Randy Bush Sent: Wednesday, January 08,

Re: rack rails

2020-03-30 Thread Luke Guillory
I've had gear that came with a small rear support shelf that didn't had to the height, RGB Networks BNPs for example. I'm pretty sure we've used these with the BNPs one on top of the other. Page 16 in this PDF shows the shelf.

Re: rack rails

2020-03-30 Thread Luke Guillory
://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/release-independent/bti-series/bti7800/topics/concept/concept-c-hwoig-7800-rack-mounting.html On 3/30/20, 10:13 AM, "Tore Anderson" wrote: *External Email: Use Caution* * Luke Guillory > I've had gear that came with

Re: How to manage Static IPs to customers

2020-05-08 Thread Luke Guillory
E6K using gen 1 DCAMs can do about 32 service groups give or take, not that hard to get to a point with splits where you want to go past those numbers. Gen 2 DCAMs double that by going to 16 connectors compared to 8. cBR8 is less than the E6K. The point of node splits is to lower customers per

Re: How to manage Static IPs to customers

2020-05-08 Thread Luke Guillory
. Quite a bit above my scale ;- ) The E6k can also do DOCSIS 3.1, which we use today, though I'm not sure what the capacity limit is per DCAM/SG/connector when both SQ-QAM and OFDM are used in combination. --Blake On 5/8/2020 4:13 PM, Luke Guillory wrote: E6K using gen 1 DCAMs can do about 32

RE: How to manage Static IPs to customers

2020-05-08 Thread Luke Guillory
I believe some of the bigger guys do BSoD (business services over DOCSI), L2 out the CMTS then take it to a central router for the CPEs gateway. Being that the GW lives on the CMTS in a normal setup, during node splits that would require customers moving to a new CMTS it might mean the customer

Re: [outages] Major Level3 (CenturyLink) Issues

2020-09-02 Thread Luke Guillory
Detailed explanation can be found below. https://blog.thousandeyes.com/centurylink-level-3-outage-analysis/ From: NANOG on behalf of Baldur Norddahl Date: Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 12:09 PM To: "nanog@nanog.org" Subject: Re: [outages] Major Level3 (CenturyLink) Issues *External

RE: Hurricane Electric AS6939

2020-10-14 Thread Luke Guillory
Which was my point is all, while it might be an extreme case, IP can cause issues for waves as well. Luke From: Eric Kuhnke Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 4:31 PM To: Luke Guillory Cc: Matt Erculiani ; Darin Steffl ; nanog list Subject: Re: Hurricane Electric AS6939 *External Email

RE: Hurricane Electric AS6939

2020-10-14 Thread Luke Guillory
Didn’t the Dec 2018 CL outage cause waves and even TDM circuits to go down? Luke From: NANOG On Behalf Of Matt Erculiani Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 3:59 PM To: Darin Steffl Cc: nanog list Subject: Re: Hurricane Electric AS6939 *External Email: Use Caution* For providers who use

RE: Router Suggestions

2020-06-16 Thread Luke Guillory
Pretty sure you can via the following PNs. S-MX204-IR S-MX204-R -Original Message- From: NANOG On Behalf Of Jared Brown Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2020 11:11 AM To: Matt Harris Cc: North American Network Operators' Group Subject: Re: Router Suggestions *External Email: Use Caution*

RE: MX204 Rails

2020-07-16 Thread Luke Guillory
Yup, the same terrible ones that came with the QFX's and ACX's. -Original Message- From: NANOG On Behalf Of Simon Lockhart Sent: Thursday, July 16, 2020 2:38 PM To: Rafael Possamai Cc: nanog@nanog.org Subject: Re: MX204 Rails *External Email: Use Caution* On Thu Jul 16, 2020 at

RE: 3rd party IPTV solutions bundling Netflix?

2020-12-04 Thread Luke Guillory
First thing you’ll need is retrans rights from the locals, be prepared to pay per sub MRC for this. Secondly, I’m pretty sure Netflix allows apps based on hardware not software, I don’t know of any middleware platforms that have Netflix direct within the platform itself. Plenty have it on the

Re: Cable Company Hotspots

2020-11-20 Thread Luke Guillory
I believe they use a separate GRE tunnel back into their network to keep it separate from the local customers traffic. They also do this for other ISPs that they have agreements with, Coz customers can use the Comcast hotspots vice versa. Sent from my iPhone On Nov 20, 2020, at 5:38 PM,

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