Re: NANOG meeting live stream - hope to be back soon

2013-06-04 Thread Tim Pozar
Do you need Wowza servers? I can prevision some within minutes. Tim On Jun 4, 2013, at 3:11 PM, Andrew Koch a...@gawul.net wrote: We are aware of the live streaming troubles. The engineering team is working on switching out to the backup the system at this time. Hopefully, the stream will

Re: NANOG meeting live stream - hope to be back soon

2013-06-04 Thread Tim Pozar
There is a back up audio stream at: http://stream2.streamq.net:8080/listen.pls Tim On Jun 4, 2013, at 3:11 PM, Andrew Koch a...@gawul.net wrote: We are aware of the live streaming troubles. The engineering team is working on switching out to the backup the system at this time.

Re: EFF Call for sign-ons: ISPs, networking companies and engineers opposed to FCC privacy repeal

2017-03-29 Thread Tim Pozar
Alexa ran into this problem... https://www.cnet.com/news/amazon-unit-settles-privacy-lawsuit/ Tim On 3/28/17 11:45 AM, Mel Beckman wrote: > No ISPs have any right to market our customers browsing history, and > currently that practice is illegal unless the customer opts in. In my > opinion,

Re: EFF Call for sign-ons: ISPs, networking companies and engineers opposed to FCC privacy repeal

2017-03-28 Thread Tim Pozar
On 3/27/17 4:22 PM, Patrick W. Gilmore wrote: > I am somehow please that Mr. Glass does not find me a “knowledgeable > network professional”. It feels like a badge of honor. Any other “not” > knowledgeable network professionals want to come forward and accept > this badge? You will find me as

So long as we are talking infrastructure...

2017-07-14 Thread Tim Pozar
Anyone have experience with Gripple's seismic bracing vs Unistrut's? Looking at putting something in on the Farallons for a rack there and Gripple's system looks lighter and possibly easier to install... http://grippleseismic.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2017/03/BROC-SEISMIC-US-10_16-web.pdf

Re: Russian diplomats lingering near fiber optic cables

2017-06-29 Thread Tim Pozar
I pretended to be a Russian diplomat today. Tim On 6/3/17 12:13 PM, Matthew Petach wrote: > On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 11:40 AM, wrote: > [...] >> >> Well, I'd be willing to buy that logic, except the specific buildings called >> out look pretty damned big for just drying

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

2017-07-05 Thread Tim Pozar
BTW... At Fandor (before I left) we got one of the last /24s that ARIN had. Our transit providers at the office were Monkey Brains (wireless) and Zayo (fiber). We purchased a ER Pro, upgraded the memory and were peering v4 with both on this box. MB didn't have V6 at that point. We did nail

Re: Internet access for security consultants - pen tests, attack traffic, bulk e-mail, etc.

2017-09-11 Thread Tim Pozar
Ping the DNC? :-) https://www.wired.com/story/the-dncs-technology-chief-is-phishing-his-staff-good/ Tim On 9/11/17 3:40 PM, Sean Pedersen wrote: > We were recently approached by a company that does security consulting. Some > of the functions they perform include discovery scans, penetration

Re: Creating a Circuit ID Format

2017-08-21 Thread Tim Pozar
Could start looking at the AT/Telecordia standards for this sort of thing... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circuit_ID http://www.centurylink.com/wholesale/systems/WebHelp/reference/circuit_id_formats_guide.htm On 8/21/17 1:26 PM, Colton Conor wrote: > We are building a new fiber network, and

Re: 40G and 100G optics options

2017-12-18 Thread Tim Pozar
Have you checked out Flexoptix? https://www.flexoptix.net/en/transceiver/qsfp_ Tim On 12/18/17 9:01 AM, Baldur Norddahl wrote: > Hi > > What options are available for 40G QSFP+ and 100G QSFP28 for 10+ km links? > > I see a lot of switches offered with QSFP+ and QSFP28. But I do not seem > to

Re: Novice sysadmins

2017-12-05 Thread Tim Pozar
Should have an honorary list of great sysadmins. In my years of doing this sort of work, I found a number of folks that would lend a helping hand. To that, I would like to nominate: Strata Rose Chalup -- Strata Rose Chalup began as a novice sysadmin in 1983 and has been leading

Re: Remote power cycle recommendations

2018-04-27 Thread Tim Pozar
I have been picking up Server Technology CW-8H1-C20M boxes on eBay for about $45 to $65 each... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Server-Technology-CW-8H1-C20M-Switched-Power-Distribution-PDU-1U-Rackmount/332622720429 You can even get some recent firmware for these.

Re: (perhaps off topic, but) Microwave Towers

2018-07-14 Thread Tim Pozar
t; Looks like it! > > Original message ---- > From: Tim Pozar > Date: 7/14/18 11:46 AM (GMT-07:00) > To: Andy Ringsmuth , North American Network > Operators' Group > Subject: Re: (perhaps off topic, but) Microwave Towers > > Did it follow this route? > > http://long-li

Re: (perhaps off topic, but) Microwave Towers

2018-07-14 Thread Tim Pozar
Did it follow this route? http://long-lines.net/places-routes/maps/MW6003.jpg Tim On 7/14/18 8:41 AM, Andy Ringsmuth wrote: > > >> On Jul 14, 2018, at 10:19 AM, Brian Kantor wrote: >> I find myself driving down Route 66. On our way through Arizona, I was surprised by what look

Re: Cable/Wireless-Tower Map for the San Francisco Bay Coastside?

2019-01-14 Thread Tim Pozar
Sizable towers need to be registered with the FAA. You can go to: http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/AsrSearch/asrAdvancedSearch.jsp Type in Half Moon Bay and CA for the state for a listing. Or better yet the lat lon and radius. Tim On 1/13/19 3:29 PM, Yosem Companys wrote: > Hey All, > > Does

Re: Extending network over a dry pair

2018-12-13 Thread Tim Pozar
For dry pairs, I have used Flowpoint SDSL modems (see attached). I picked these up for a sawbuck. Tim On 12/12/18 5:00 PM, Dan Hollis wrote: > On Wed, 12 Dec 2018, Nick Bogle wrote: >> A quick question for you guys; >> >> If you had a single dry pair (pair of copper wires originally for phones)

Re: Pinging a Device Every Second

2018-12-15 Thread Tim Pozar
In one of my client's company, we use LibreNMS. It is normally used to get SNMP data but we also have it configured to ping our more "high touch" cients routers. In that case we can record performance such as latency and packet loss. It will generate graphs that we can pass on to the client.

Re: Console Servers

2018-09-18 Thread Tim Pozar
I have been deploying Cyclades TS3000 boxes that I can sometimes find for about $75 each on eBay. The down side is the firmware is a bit old so the SSH daemon doesn't really support current ciphers. The other downside is the CLI ia a bit cumbersome. Tim On 9/18/18 8:43 AM, Andrew Latham wrote:

A spammer is harvesting email addresses from the NANOG list.

2020-06-20 Thread Tim Pozar
Looks like a spammer is harvesting email addresses from the NANOG list. i I will be unscribing as I don't need this additional noise in my mailbox. Tim - Forwarded message from Michele Jemmi - Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2020 16:06:05 -0500 From: Michele Jemmi To: po...@lns.com Subject: Re: