On the Fri, Jun 28, 2019 at 08:48:40AM +0200, Gregor Riepl blubbered:
> Auf der anderen Seite wundert mich ein wenig, dass diese Fragen erst jetzt
> aufkommen. Ich hatte bisher eigentlich angenommen, dass für die Umsetzung des
> Geldspielgesetzes die gleiche Infrastruktur verwendet werden
On the Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 01:29:50PM +0100, Steven Glogger blubbered:
> As announced at SwiNOG #34 we we're recording the
> presentations and I'm glad to announce that first two Videos
> are published.
> Link to the presentation & video:
On the Thu, Jul 06, 2017 at 01:41:59PM +0200, Jeroen Massar blubbered:
> > Guys... is there any news on this topic?
> But if you like beer... http://www.beerontuesday.ch/ ;)
> Different place(s), different beers, minimally different people as they
> are more 'security' oriented, but
On the Tue, Dec 27, 2016 at 11:12:42AM +0100, Xaver Aerni blubbered:
> Has UPC at the moment a Routing Problem to events.ccc.de
> With Swisscom it works with UPC only Bad Gateway.
Works for me.
„Wollen Sie mir gütigst sagen,“ fragte Alice etwas furchtsam,
denn sie wusste
On the Wed, Apr 06, 2016 at 07:21:32AM +0200, Simon Biddle blubbered:
> Was wondering if any of you have old phonebooks (or an idea of) that have
> the pricing for local, long-distance & internationals calls from the 70s (or
> earlier) to PTT breakup & privatisation (1998?)? If you
On the Tue, May 06, 2014 at 03:18:37PM -0700, Stanislav Sinyagin blubbered:
[yahoo mail composer sucks]
[Mutt via SSH FTW!]
Debian Treff: I thought you just put the image onto a flash
and boot from it, what else is there to discuss?
True, but before this can happen, someone has
On the Tue, May 06, 2014 at 09:40:07AM +0200, Peter Keel blubbered:
Since nobody will come to the Swinog BE, I will cancel the event. :(
Usually, I would have come, but I was rather tired from the week-end ;)
This usually clashes with the LUGS Winterthur meeting, plus
there is the Debian
On the Tue, May 29, 2012 at 08:45:18AM -0700, Stanislav Sinyagin blubbered:
while we're on the get-together topic :)
I've built a small platform for audio seminars and workshops:
Interesting name. =:o)
The primary goal was to set up discussions on IP telephony
On the Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 09:08:54AM +0100, Tobias Brunner blubbered:
Cablecom hat soeben auf Twitter geschrieben:
Unsere Internet-Services funktionieren schweizweit zurzeit
nicht. Techniker sind dran. Wir bitten um Entschuldigung.
Man kann jedenfalls noch online. Mehr als Internet
On the Wed, Mar 07, 2012 at 05:33:09PM +0100, Andre Timmermann blubbered:
I am so glad that I deleted my account weeks ago :-D
Never had an account there ;)
Hey, don't play this down! It could easily have led into a
bigger crisis than in 1996, when Take That broke up!!
On the Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 03:59:29AM -0800, Stanislav Sinyagin blubbered:
did anyone test this for Swiss operators?
Since I have an O2 (Germany) prepaid card which I use for mobile
Internet access when in Germany:
Are O2 UK and O2
On the Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 02:00:45PM +0200, İhsan Doğan blubbered:
If you're still experiencing problems, please contact
postmas...@bluewin.ch and provide us the necessary details (eg.
source IP, sender/recipient, time/date) so we could have a closer
look to your issue.
On the Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 03:33:20PM +0200, Mike Kellenberger blubbered:
Our queue is filling up with mails that cannot be sent to Bluewin
recipients since 12:50...
anybody else seeing problems?
From our mailq:
(connect to mxzhh.bluewin.ch[188.8.131.52]: Connection timed out)
On the Tue, Oct 05, 2010 at 02:00:53PM +, Florian Forster blubbered:
I search statictics / charts about the volume grow in the mobile
networks since around the year 2005 until now
Interesting topic. I especially would like to see, if the iPhone
really made that big impact as Apple
For a test, we need a version of Solaris 8, but since it is EOL,
it is not downloadable anymore. Does someone still have the ISOs
laying around, so that I could grab a copy?
Verpassen Sie nicht den neuen Hackerfunk am 2. Januar 2010.
Wie immer von 19:00 bis 20:00 Uhr auf
On the Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 10:15:22PM +0200, Tonnerre Lombard blubbered:
Of course the police will be swamped with useless data. Of course
crawlers will cause most of the traffic; lots of them beeing spam
harvesters hard to track.
If I'm really mean I put an iframe on my website
On the Thu, Apr 02, 2009 at 05:16:39PM +0200, Olivier Mueller blubbered:
some information for SwiNOG-18:
Free WLAN access for all participants will be available at SwiNOG 17:
Thanks for the organization and the great presentations! And also
thanks to nts for
On the Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 12:39:46PM +0100, Tonnerre Lombard blubbered:
Apple is gaining a lot of market share, and their products configure
IPv6 all by themselves. Same goes for Windows Vista. Ok, for XP you
have to install IPv6 support first, I think.
True, true. Though, there still are
On the Mon, Feb 02, 2009 at 11:17:45AM -0800, Stanislav Sinyagin blubbered:
i think it makes sense to set up the approval for subscription
requests, and ban all anonymous users - this makes it fair for everyone.
I second that.
What we're planning
On the Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 09:48:56PM +0100, Peter Keel blubbered:
Yes, the bloody aim does not sanctify the means. If you want to stamp
out kiddie porn, you've got to do it with legal and democratic means,
you can't just turn to inherently fascist devices like censorship
On the Fri, Oct 17, 2008 at 12:06:45AM +0200, Tonnerre Lombard blubbered:
This is basically the collision between lazy technicians coming up
with excuses why they're not responsible and stupid users who cannot
do things right. I'm afraid that the purely technical point of view is
On the Tue, Oct 07, 2008 at 12:26:37AM -0700, Stanislav Sinyagin blubbered:
All that is needed to take Skype down is an automatic windows
update of some thousand computers.
Remember last summer?
hey Venty, long time no see
On the Tue, Sep 02, 2008 at 10:38:08AM +0200, Marco Fretz blubbered:
I think most of you now Akamai and how they deliver 20% of total
internet content traffic...
This looks like a good explanation:
Has anyone tried to build a
My employer is looking for IT staff. See descriptions for more
Timber Hill (Europe) AG is a member of the Interactive Brokers
Group, Inc. (IBG) (NASDAQ: IBKR), one of the largest
international securities dealers with over US$10
On the Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 01:57:46PM +0100, Adrian Ulrich blubbered:
The resolver implementation of our MTA software appears to have a problem
with truncated UDP responses.
(Btw: Why do you have such a lenghty PTR record for 184.108.40.206 ?)
I may be wrong, but doesn't DNS use TCP if
On the Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 02:42:36PM +0100, Tonnerre Lombard blubbered:
1. it is highly unlikely that these stupid wannabe SPAM filters get the
response containing so many PTR records right. It is most likely
that either the software blows up or that it only ever considers the
The company I'm working with is looking for an additional
Network Engineer. Anyone would like to work in Zug?
Timber Hill (Europe) AG is a member of the Interactive Brokers Group, Inc.
('IBG') (NASDAQ: IBKR), one of the largest
Hi Swinogers and Swinogettes.
Does anyone here know the blacklist at bl.csma.biz? One of our
users wanted to send a mail somewhere and it was rejected by the
remote mailserver because we are listed in that list.
Though, bl.csma.biz does not resolve. My understanding of
blacklist is, that if
On the Thu, Sep 06, 2007 at 07:30:41AM +0200, Xaver Aerni blubbered:
Some of our Costumer says that the DSL Line was down. At 1:15 UTC is the
Line going down. The Most Router don't restart automaticly. Did anyone about
this problem... Was this a Softwareupdate from Swisscom?
On the Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 04:23:50PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] blubbered:
Ich werde ab 24.08.2007 nicht im Büro sein. Ich kehre zurück am
Bechtle GmbH Co. KG
SIE sind jetzt auch in der SwiNOG!
On the Tue, Aug 14, 2007 at 02:10:42PM +0200, Marco Huggenberger blubbered:
Statement from EKZ (german only):
Stromausfälle in Schlieren und Opfikon
What do we call this? Californication?
eingerichtet. Alle Kunden in Schlieren, Urdorf sowie Ober- und
We are looking for a new System Administrator (100 %) in Zug.
Sorry for the description only being in german. Anybody can
Timber Hill (Europe) AG ist eine Tochtergesellschaft der
Interactive Brokers Group (Nasdaq:
On the Fri, Jul 06, 2007 at 05:04:35PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] blubbered:
I still don't see the problem.
Where and when can you have such a round-trip for free?
Go at the Zuerifaescht and you will have to pay quite a lot for a much
And the packets do have stickers
On the Wed, Mar 07, 2007 at 11:44:36PM +0100, Roman Hochuli blubbered:
Is this sort of an insider-joke?
Kind of. Do you recognise somebody here?
On the Sat, Dec 16, 2006 at 01:48:03PM +0100, Daniel Kamm blubbered:
hi i read in the actually PC-Professionell an Adv.from Strato.de
privat user could register an own TLD
DynDNS: machen sie ihren eigenen PC aus dem internet erreichbar, bei
strato sogar unter
On the Fri, Nov 17, 2006 at 10:24:10AM +0100, Marco Balmer blubbered:
Any information from a hostpoint member?
I suppose they are busy answering phones at the support hotline.
Martin Ebnöther, [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.semmel.ch/
Videogamer, Techno Musician, Gourmet, R-Typer,
On the Thu, Oct 26, 2006 at 07:54:18PM +0100, Jeroen Massar blubbered:
5 62-2-74-177.static.cablecom.ch (220.127.116.11) 6.714 ms 4.109 ms 4.693
6 * * *
7 * * *
Nice firewall-rules breaking ICMP here already
Braindead and useless. Use tcptraceroute in such
On the Sun, Sep 17, 2006 at 11:33:22AM +0200, Michael Naef blubbered:
On 9/17/06, Daniel Lorch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Are you sure? Isn't that exactly the point of asymmetric cryptography?
The way I see it, TLS and SSL work like this (analogous to PGP):
On the Thu, Aug 03, 2006 at 08:46:39AM +0200, Viktor Steinmann blubbered:
Hi Papa Stony!
I'm glad to announce, that SwiNOG has a new member:
Jonas Justus Steinmann was born yesterday (2.8.2006) at 07:53. He's 50.5
cm, 2780g and healthy.
Say, the name does remind me of one
On the Thu, Aug 03, 2006 at 08:56:44AM +0200, Peter Guhl blubbered:
I think we should open up a new list called swinog-sales@ where
companies can advertise their products to each other. Of course,
Make it an RSS-Feed then. That way, those streamfreaks who
Do we need
On the Fri, Jul 28, 2006 at 08:00:17PM +0200, Daniel G. Kluge blubbered:
Of course it is a little bit infuriating. If I lived 10 meters
farther south, I'd be getting 20MBits/s for 15 ?, instead I'm getting
2MBits/s for 70 CHF from MonpolyCom.
1. Get long power cord and weather proof
On the Sat, Jul 22, 2006 at 06:32:21PM +0200, Fredy Kuenzler blubbered:
Full Ack. After this letter arrived, I wrote a blog entry:
Few days later I got a
On the Wed, May 31, 2006 at 09:38:59AM +0200, Tonnerre LOMBARD blubbered:
On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 09:17:46AM +0200, Glogger Steven wrote:
how do you answer to posts? ,-)
Someone wants to create a web forum. :-P
Replacing a mailinglist by a forum is like putting up an Under
On the Wed, May 31, 2006 at 11:29:30AM +0200, Glogger Steven blubbered:
well, i think RSS is quite a standard and there are possibilities to
provide the swinog mailinglist also as RSS feed..
Whom does the RSS feed serve the most? Surely not the active
part of the SwiNOG-Community. Those
[EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb:
Does anybody know if a contract like the one below is valid in CH.
Especially if an under aged is filling in the form and just enters a
Its part of a web site in Germany where you can download music texts -
one day for free...
I was just wondering why my favourite source of free software has
been overloaded over the past few days. I'm talking about the
FTP server of mirror.switch.ch. It seems I cannot login
because too many anonymous users are already logged in.
Is it some attack or maintenance?
Tonnerre LOMBARD schrieb:
I've seen the same problem; it seems to be the usual overload due to all
those Bebbian users. (To every one of them: Please use ftp.ch.bebbian.org
if you are looking for something to put into your /etc/apt/sources.list.)
Peter Baumann schrieb:
As a Linux Guru you should know that today, Fedora Core 5 came out.
Maybe it's because of this?
I doubt that this has had such a big impact on that server's
performance. Even more since it is swamped from last sunday until
now. But hey, I have FC5 here now. Just
Marcel Stutz schrieb:
Do anyone have more information about the GPRS Outage from Swisscom
as the Marketing blah blah on 0800 55 64 64.
There is/was an outage?
We have Customer ther say thet GPRS is Brocken since Yesterday Night
~22.00 Clock und still Swisscom has no Information
Glogger Steven schrieb:
well, spamcop is something you might have to reconsider...
too much crap ;-)
use it only for additional spamassassin scoring...
SMTP based witch hunting service.
swinog mailing list
Gabriel Ambuehl schrieb:
Who, as a Cablecom customer, is obviously hoping that they will follow suit...
Then again I'd rather keep 2mbit for 75CHF if they'd offer me symmetric
upstream instead ;)
Yeah well, let's see about the upstream. I doubt this will raise
in the near future. Outbound
Xaver Aerni schrieb:
Cablecom probably will offer greater bandwidths once they have
switched to digital TV becaus of digital TV is capable of
offering a multitude of TV programs over a single channel. And
with DOCSIS 3.0 one can bundle channels for even more bandwidth.
Xaver Aerni schrieb:
The normal Channel are not verry good on ADSL and CC TV... They have for 1
Channel only 1,5 Mbit... On Sat you have 3.5 till 4.5 Mbit...
You mean DVB-S. Well I don't know how Bluewin tries to market
ther ADSL TV but obviously it's not yet ready to be a replacement
Mike Kellenberger schrieb:
My guess is that this is one of the main reasons to upgrade the
bandwidth, so the majority of ADSL Users (600/100) has enough bandwidth
to offer a TV service via ADSL.
Ah, I see. Have they fixed the issue with the crashing server
when zapping channels too
Xaver Aerni schrieb:
Sitch accept the oe Symbol. What is with the American DNS Servers? I think
many of the US DNS couldn't handle ä, ö ü and oe?
Will this be fixed in the nexts years... Or is this only a mareting Joke of
Maan, Xari. Ever heard of Punycode?
Michael Naef schrieb:
So I dare to kindly ask those unable to go without something evil like
an *autoresponder* to switch their mailinglist subscriptions to
another address where they do not need to inform the senders about
No man, that's part of the idea. That way you
Tobias Goeller schrieb:
Since those Copy-Protected CDs do not comply with this standard,
Philipps sees a
patent-violation in this.
For once, a patent had something good about it.
swinog mailing list
Viktor Steinmann schrieb:
Uh... maybe that's true for the players. Try to buy a Region-1 DVD in CH...
(yes, I know that Amazon.com etc. are shipping from the US, but that's
Since I have to pick up some ordered DVDs from Laserzone
tonight, I'll ask the folks there. Stay
On the Tue, Oct 25, 2005 at 05:53:28PM +0200, Peter Baumann blubbered:
Please go on with your Blogg.ch, it's always very interesting and
Hell yeah, don't stop.
OK, the posting of the URLS into this mailing list is maybe not the
right choice... maybe in IRC?
If it IS
Michel Renfer schrieb:
[Rant about the WLAN]
I already get yesterday feedback from Jim that he would install
an separate AP in the meeting room for us @ SwiNOG-12
Cool. I guess this will greatly improve performance. Thanks!
Thomas Kernen schrieb:
It is VDSL2 but since there has been no large scale VDSL deployment in
Switzerland not many non technical people are aware of VDSL(1) hence
VDSL2 is simply referred to as VDSL.
What does the V in VDSL stand vor anyway? Video? Virtual? Venty?
[EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb:
The different is with analog Telephone Line you pay every Minute, if
you are in the Internet... This you can have better on control. But
The traffic. I think is not very easy... I make now a test at home...
I have installed a counter on my PC and I'm looking, how mach
Kuster, Christian schrieb:
[about updates, horrible TOFU-Quoting because of
high suck-level removed]
Another argument not to use windoze...
So, you say you never update your Linux- and/or Unix-Systems?
Good luck then.
I think Windowsupdate is great, but thats more or less the only
Andre Oppermann schrieb:
Swiss ISP's can only offer what Swisscom gives them (for ADSL that is).
And Swisscom is not very forthcoming in this regard. The only true
competition they have is Cablecom.
Put that way, Swisscom will not upgrade speed, until Cablecom
upgraded yet another time.
Steven Glogger schrieb:
i heard that some guys wants to sponsor some beer ;-) roger will bring a
ideas for sponsoring:
- more beer
I can bring some Turbine or Bier Paul.
- some hot sauces (venty?)
Of course! I'd never go to a BBQ without them. =:-)
Adrian Senn schrieb:
It would be very nice if some of the listmembers which are using hispeed
would check their computer with an actual virusscanner.
The question must not be: How can I protect my computer from
viruses? but Why should I at all?
With a proper layout of the
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