We are facing some issues with below website so please help to share the concerned person details where we can check and resolve the issue. It seems Ips are blocked at their network.
Does anyone have any experience in integrating this particular N.A.S.? I've
integrated it with an Active Directory server & the public shares are not a
problem but the private shares are proving to be a bit tricky. I've raised
a ticket with the vendor but nothing much has come of it. Can someone
*+254 723 393 114.**Skype Name:* *Michael Bullut.*
*Blog: http://www.kipsang.com/ <http://www.kipsang.com/>*
*E-mail:* *main(a)kipsang.com <main(a)kipsang.com>*
We will be doing a session on *Docker for Network Operators on 9th April
from 4pm to 6pm* covering concepts of docker, containerisation etc.
The goal here to enable network operators to easily and quickly deploy
applications like Smokeping, LibreNMS, Zabbix, Netbox etc. Essentially
utilising pre-packed containers instead of going through a long
You can register for the event here
and find more details on INNOG website here
<https://innog.net/upcoming-event/>. Session is free to attend and feel
free to pass the link to your colleagues and friends in the networking
In response to feedback from operational security communities,
CAIDA's source address validation measurement project
(https://spoofer.caida.org) is automatically generating monthly
reports of ASes originating prefixes in BGP for systems from which
we received packets with a spoofed source address.
We are publishing these reports to network and security operations
lists in order to ensure this information reaches operational
contacts in these ASes.
This report summarises tests conducted within ind.
Inferred improvements during Mar 2021:
Source Address Validation issues inferred during Mar 2021:
ASN Name First-Spoofed Last-Spoofed
24560 AIRTELBROADBAND 2016-03-12 2021-03-24
55836 RELIANCEJIO-IN 2017-03-03 2021-03-28
132976 KINGSBROADBAND 2018-09-17 2021-03-31
45609 BHARTI-MOBILITY 2020-04-06 2021-03-08
134026 ULTRANET 2020-08-27 2021-03-23
138731 KOVAIFN 2020-11-08 2021-03-30
134913 JETWAYBROADBANDINDIA 2021-03-17 2021-03-27
Further information for these tests where we received spoofed
packets is available at:
Please send any feedback or suggestions to spoofer-info(a)caida.org
*RFCsWeLove Meetup, this Friday 2nd 18:00 IST*
We have 2 very interesting talks that call for closer interaction between
Applications and Networks. We have 2 new speakers from IETF110, where these
topics were discussed in detail.
IETF Application-Layer Traffic Optimization (ALTO) WG has been working on
sharing key network information with applications so that they can make
intelligent decisions while taking the network into consideration. The
new Application-aware Networking (APN) proposed work is focused on
developing a framework to convey and use an identifier to allow for
fine-grain user service-level requirements at the network layer based on
application and user groups.
Please register at -
Introduction by Dhruv
Application-aware Networking (APN) by Shuping Peng, Huawei -- this talk
will introduce this new work that was discussed at various WGs at IETF 110.
Application-Layer Traffic Optimization (ALTO) by Sabine Randriamasy,
Nokia -- this talk will introduce the past work and the new items being
discussed as part of the WG recharter.
More details at -
*Next IPv6 Class: IPv6 Address Planning*
*Main: Apr 8; Lab: Apr 15, 20:30 IST*
The next class/lab will focus on a very key topic of IPv6 address planning.
The agenda topics include:
- Review the important prefixes needed for an IPv6 address plan,
- Discuss how a good address plan makes security and routing policy
- Consider numbering your LAN segment, SSID, or VLAN,
- Consider numbering for sites, backbone, links,
- Consider how to remember your addresses for diagnostics and
- Look at plans that other enterprises have done.
If you missed the earlier class, the recording & details are available at
Don't forget to register for the IPv6 Webinar series, if you haven't
already - https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/916570897222768655
Dhruv & Nalini
Since last Thursday March 25th 2021 AS3356 has started dropping RPKI
invalids. AS3356 many here might be known as a large International backbone
with the name Level3. It was later acquired by CenturyLink and they changed
its name to Lumen. (Quite a bit of history on the names!) :)
AS3356 has around 1.9 lakh IPv4 prefixes (191k) and 18k IPv6 prefixes
behind it and thus that has a major impact. You can find more information
about their RPKI deployment in their blog post
This adds to the list of backbones dropping RPKI invalids:
- Hurricane Electric AS6939 (where I work)
- Telia AS1299
- Cogent AS174
- AT&T AS7018
- GTT AS3257
and many more.
*What does this mean for you? *
Please review if your prefixes are in RPKI invalid list as I am
maintaining for Indian networks here -
You can search with your ASN, AS Name etc in the text box on top right and
work on fixing those as they would be dropped by the networks filtering
Besides that please consider running RPKI validator and start dropping
Apply for an Online Fellowship to APNIC 52
Applications for APNIC 52 Online Fellowships are open now until
Friday, 26 March at 23:45 (UTC +10).
APNIC is offering a limited number of fellowships to participate in an
online, structured program that will run over five months, and to
participate at the APNIC 52 conference.
Successful fellows will select a specific area of interest to focus
their Online Fellowship program, as well as getting a holistic overview
of APNIC and Internet governance before participating in APNIC 52.
Areas of interest include:
- IPv6 Deployment
- Internet Routing/RPKI
- Information/Network Security
The level of experience in the chosen area of interest can be from
beginner to advanced. Please note, there is an estimated 8 to 12 hours
of commitment required between April and August 2021.
Fellows will be matched with a community mentor for an exclusive
one-on-one mentoring session.
- A customized program of Fellows-only presentations from key
experts with the opportunity for Q&As.
- Introduction to a community mentor in their area of interest.
- Support to complete a number of APNIC Academy courses.
- Daily briefings during APNIC 52
- Certification of achievement (upon successful completion of
- Expenses scholarship of USD 150.
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