Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread ccrum
I have a perl script which logs in, creates a backup, then FTP's in and transfers the backup to an offsite location. It uses telnet now, but could use ssh if you wanted. It actually cycles through a list of IP addresses and does it for each one. It won't remove all the old files, but it just

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread jp
sftp/ssh. I wrote up this last year and have been using since. http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Using_SSH_for_system_backup I have a MT database which produces a list of MT IPs, which my script loops through and backs them up as described above. If you want a diff between two MTs, they are

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread David E. Smith
jp wrote: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Using_SSH_for_system_backup I am intrigued by your ideas and wish to subscribe to your newsletter. Seriously, I think I'm gonna steal this script, suitably modified for my environment. Don't suppose Mikrotik has ever gotten round to inventing a better

[WISPA] Looking for service on Tonganoxie Rd, Leavenworth, KS 66048

2009-06-23 Thread D. Ryan Spott
Looking for service in this area: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=2560+tonganoxie+rd+leavenworth,+ksie=UTF8split=0gl=usei=uvVASqz9JI_KsQOnrPyMCQll=39.236292,-94.978931spn=0.012199,0.019312t=hz=16iwloc=A Does anyone service this area outside of Leavenworth/Lansing? ryan

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread Scott Reed
RouterOS restore from backup (not export) works to the same model hardware. David E. Smith wrote: jp wrote: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Using_SSH_for_system_backup I am intrigued by your ideas and wish to subscribe to your newsletter. Seriously, I think I'm gonna steal this

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread David E. Smith
Scott Reed wrote: RouterOS restore from backup (not export) works to the same model hardware. I'll admit I haven't tried it recently, but it used to be really iffy - since a new system would have a different radio card, and different MACs on the Ethernet interfaces, it always was a horribly

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread jp
Copy away. I prefer a human readable backup, which is why I use the export instead of the backup command. Quite often what fails is an rb532 or other random variety board, and we are apt to replace it with a 433AH. It would be less common to replace something with an identical hardware

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread Josh Luthman
Even on the same hardware I see more screw ups with the binary backup then what I want to see. Going from the exact same model to a replaced board with the binary backup should be flawless, still, it isn't. Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St Suite 1337 Troy, OH

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread ccrum
Agreed...that is why I use export. Then I can modify the script and strip out macs, etc. Just my prefered method. Cameron Scott Reed wrote: RouterOS restore from backup (not export) works to the same model hardware. I'll admit I haven't tried it recently, but it used to be really iffy -

Re: [WISPA] MT backup system, need script clues

2009-06-23 Thread Josh Luthman
As of 3.x (or close) the interfaces are assigned by their value starting from 0 rather then their titles, which helps a bit. Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St Suite 1337 Troy, OH 45373 When you have eliminated the impossible, that which remains, however

[WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread David Hulsebus
FYI From SANS Newsbytes 6-2-09 --Spam Spreading ZBot Masquerades as Outlook Update (June 22, 2009) Spam masquerading as a Microsoft Outlook security and stability update actually infects computers with ZBot, a Trojan horse program that steals sensitive information. The malware contains a list

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread Charles Wyble
Ah. I've been seeing a lot of those. I knew they were malware or some other nonsense. Thanks for sharing. Bleh e-mail is going to die off soon, or usage models of it will switch to white list only. It's getting to be ridiculous. David Hulsebus wrote: FYI From SANS Newsbytes 6-2-09

[WISPA] Service in St Augustine, FL?

2009-06-23 Thread Dylan Bouterse
Can anybody cover: 1590 Northwood Drive, Saint Augustine, FL, 32084 Dylan WISPA Wants You! Join today! http://signup.wispa.org/

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread Jerry Richardson
Gmail was all over these. __ Jerry Richardson airCloud Communications -Original Message- From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf Of Charles Wyble Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:05 PM To: WISPA General List

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread jree...@18-30chat.net
Maybe if people did not use Outbreak Express and Internet Exploiter it would not be such a problem. Charles Wyble wrote: Ah. I've been seeing a lot of those. I knew they were malware or some other nonsense. Thanks for sharing. Bleh e-mail is going to die off soon, or usage models of

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread Josh Luthman
In reality if 75% of the world used Firefox those explots would be targeting Firefox :) On 6/23/09, jree...@18-30chat.net jree...@18-30chat.net wrote: Maybe if people did not use Outbreak Express and Internet Exploiter it would not be such a problem. Charles Wyble wrote: Ah. I've been

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread jree...@18-30chat.net
I agree. And we would still see a drastic fall in spam/exploits/malware The FF team does a better job of patching for stuff then MFST does. Im not saying they are perfect by any means, just better. The add-ons for FF that make life so much better, like NoScript, Flash Block, Ad-Block and

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread Josh Luthman
I don't think we want to include addons in this as the majority of users don't use any addons at all, or do they? Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne St Suite 1337 Troy, OH 45373 When you have eliminated the impossible, that which remains, however improbable, must

Re: [WISPA] New ZBot variant for Outlook

2009-06-23 Thread jree...@18-30chat.net
Mine do. I set everyone up with the listed ones. FF is also more secure 'out of the box' Josh Luthman wrote: I don't think we want to include addons in this as the majority of users don't use any addons at all, or do they? Josh Luthman Office: 937-552-2340 Direct: 937-552-2343 1100 Wayne

Re: [WISPA] Suggestions on Firewall

2009-06-23 Thread John Thomas
You might also consider a Cisco 800 or 1800 series router. They do firewalls well and have a nice GUI. John Patrick D.. Nix, Jr wrote: Any suggestions on a good linux firewall distro. I'm looking at either implementing this or going with an older Cisco PIX 525. Which would be the best way

Re: [WISPA] Suggestions on Firewall

2009-06-23 Thread Josh Luthman
Wait pictures of this GUI??? On 6/23/09, John Thomas jtho...@quarnet.com wrote: You might also consider a Cisco 800 or 1800 series router. They do firewalls well and have a nice GUI. John Patrick D.. Nix, Jr wrote: Any suggestions on a good linux firewall distro. I'm looking at either

Re: [WISPA] Magic Jack

2009-06-23 Thread John Thomas
Other opinions about Magic Jack http://uninstallmagicjack.com/?p=5 John Chuck Profito wrote: That's is what I remember from the list. Once it was in, a 'normal' subscriber couldn't get it out, and they, MJ, had a subscriber installed, and agreed to, OPEN Back Door to any computer it was

Re: [WISPA] Suggestions on Firewall

2009-06-23 Thread John Thomas
Here is some info http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps5318/index.html John Josh Luthman wrote: Wait pictures of this GUI??? On 6/23/09, John Thomas jtho...@quarnet.com wrote: You might also consider a Cisco 800 or 1800 series router. They do firewalls well and have a