Re: [swinog] Anyone from Green here?

2008-09-11 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher
We had asked several time green.ch for a delegation for a MPS8 and MPS16 
contract - and they denied it. So submitted a list of
hosts to be added to their DNS for adding PTRs. No reply, and still only the 
default PTR entries...

Has anything changed in this since the TIC merger?

-Kurt.

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marc SCHAEFER
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2008 11:25 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [swinog] Anyone from Green here?

On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 10:37:35AM +0200, Per Jessen wrote:
 One of my customers has just been told he needs to pay to get a DNS
 reverse map entry for thei Green ADSL line with fixed IP.
 Is that really true?? 

I had a similar query lately, and [EMAIL PROTECTED] replied that
with MPS1 (1 IP address) they won't do it, they will do it only for MPS8
and with a delegation.

That's a pity, but it's how marketing works.
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RE: [swinog] Has Bluewin a DNS Problem

2008-03-26 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher
...
 This is a silly reverse setup.  A reverse lookup should only return one
 hostname, not 20.
...

Well, tend to agree. 

What about the most stupid wanabe Spam-fighter which are very unhappy as in 
place (e.g. the third-party service provider systems
acting with some SC subsidiaries...) which high rate valid messages if certain 
brain-dead conditions like PTR not matching MX
don't match?

If this approach works out, it could be considered. It is not illegal.  It's 
just against what we are used to over the last 20+
years. Just like the A records on second level domain names - depreciated some 
years ago, tough more and more common.

Under the line, it is likely not a DNS issue, but the inability by some mail or 
AS systems resolving lists. Suspect my servers
will fail, too. Xaver, pls send private reply for a test from that system, 
anytime.

Regards,

-Kurt. 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Per Jessen
Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2008 2:26 PM
To: swinog@lists.swinog.ch
Subject: Re: [swinog] Has Bluewin a DNS Problem


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RE: [swinog] VDSL/Zyxel P2802 HWL not strong enough for a small company LAN?

2008-03-05 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher
Salut Olivier,

We are using ZyXEL ZyWALL1050/USG1000/USG300 behind various P-2802. 

In most case, we have some green.ch public IP address subnet, the P-2802 is 
running as (br-)router, smaller installations PPPoE is
terminated on the ZyWALL.

As wholesales VDSL2 is PPPoE only, there is no advantage in terminating the 
tunnel direct on the router as in the ADSL times using
PPPoA then. 

Please contact me off-list for some more in-depth P-2802 information.

Regards,

-Kurt. 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Olivier Mueller
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2008 2:32 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: [swinog] VDSL/Zyxel P2802 HWL not strong enough for a small company 
LAN?
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RE: [swinog] feedback on pppoe needed

2007-06-12 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher
There is no PPPoA in Austria AFIAK - aside from some other strange specific
things and issues...

We are lucky in Switzerland (or say by Swisscom mistake?) to have PPPoA
support - indeed.

-Kurt.

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On Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 12:54 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: [swinog] feedback on pppoe needed

why dont you use pppoa? there you get (mostly?) 1500.

-steven 

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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Spiess Bernd
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 8:45 AM
To: swinog@lists.swinog.ch
Subject: [swinog] feedback on pppoe needed

hi swinog members

we have the need to rollout a pppoe setup on our dsl colocations where
static ip with mtu 1500 is actually in place.

as i know many postings around the world regarding pppoe mtu problems
and advices to customers to reduce mtu on their clients down to 1492, i
wanted to ask for a feedback from you if you all have pppoe with 1500
(=1492) in place or someone uses pppoe with 1508 from cpe to
pppoe-server?
if you use 1500: are the mentioned problems with websites (eg: gmx) or
ipsec setups still an issue ?

thanx and best regards from austria to our neighbors bernd spiess /
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RE: [swinog] Huge retry delays in mail from Sunrise

2007-03-27 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher
Stanislav Sinyagin wrote:

 We use the email greylisting policy for incoming email for us and our
 customers, and it appears that often the email from Sunrise network
 comes with huge delays, from several hours to several days.
 
 Did anyone else see such problems?
 Guys from Sunrise, plase contact me directly for more details and
 troubleshooting.

Just a guess: 
The more retries to a certain SMTP destination, the longer the retry
interval...leads to exponential delivery times.

Pure greylisting is - just like blacklistsing - is useless or leads to
unexpected behavior without a well-maintained and monitored whitelist for a
corporate or ISP e-mail system.

Up to each engineer what he is using for his own private or business server
- but this is a different pair of shoes.

-Kurt.


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RE: [swinog] SDSL

2006-08-27 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher
 ...doing more than 2.3Mbit/s per copper pair is currently not allowed by
Swisscom spectrum management

Andre,

Is this restrction gross or net? What about using e.g. G.SHDSL (which can go
to 11 Mbps and more on short copper pairs) or can e.g. G.SHDSL be used if
the lines are long enough or limited to these 2.3Mbps?

Thank you,

-Kurt.

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Behalf Of Andre Oppermann
Sent: Sunday, August 27, 2006 9:42 PM
To: swinog@swinog.ch
Subject: Re: [swinog] SDSL
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RE: [swinog] Blacklisted Server

2006-03-19 Diskussionsfäden Kurt A. Schumacher



Hoi Xaver,

Auf BlueCoat/Cerberian wird die SVP korrekterweise 
blockiert, wenn"Political Activists/Groups" aktiviert 
ist.

-Kurt.


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Xaver 
AerniSent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 11:24 AMTo: 
swinog@swinog.chSubject: [swinog] Blacklisted 
Server


Hallo kann mir jemand sagen ob der Server 81.221.250.116 
in gewissen Jugendschutzlisten geblacklist ist oder ob da eher ein Routing 
Problem besteht...
Bitte nicht Lachen... Es geht dabei um die 
Seite der www.SVP.ch. Die von diversen Kunden 
nicht erreicht werden kann...
Habe 2 Anfragen 
bekommen...
Für Tips wäre ich 
dankbar...
Gruss 
Xaver



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