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The Brothers WISP 114 – T-Mobile Outage, Hypervisor Routing, Edge/Core Flexibility

Published on July 5, 2020, by in Mikrotik, Networking.



This week we have Greg, Mike have a 4th of July blowout LOL
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Sonar.software
Cambium ePMP Bundle
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This week we talk about:
FS Box
T-mobile voice outage.
Pedro figured out to have STP BPDUs filtered he had to STP on the switch LOL
Greg wrote an Ansible playbook to backup a router based Dude install.
Greg’s ansible role to backup network devices to git.
Zach made some playbooks that pull backup files to a folder and do diffs.
Hypervisor Comparison
More Hypervisor Stuff
FB LINX
FB Datacenter
Mikrotik RPKI
Pedro found out you shouldn’t delete link local addresses on your BGP peers
What do you do with two links when one doesn’t have capacity to carry load during failure?
WISP Virtual Summit July 28th
How to design the edge/core for maximum flexibility with Mikrotik…should I do X, Y, or Z.

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Greg Talks 14 – Nick Arellano – CI/CD, Software Dev, GIT

Published on June 22, 2020, by in Monitoring, Networking.

Greg talks to Nick Arellano, a consultant and software developer.

This week we talk about:
How a consultant looks at your network
CI/CD
Software dev
Some anxiety I think partially feeling trapped; little access to other humans.
ostriches are devil spawn
GIT

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BsdCAN2020 TomSmyth – OpenBSD And OpenBGPD As ISP Controlplane

Published on June 15, 2020, by in Networking.



Tom Smyth speaks about OpenBSD And OpenBGPD As the ISP Controlplane in is BSDCAN2020 presentation:
● High-level overview of our network
● Routing fundamental crash-course
● Route Servers in 60 seconds
● BGP in 60 seconds
● Recursive Routes in 120 seconds
● Control Plane vs Data Plane
● OpenBGD
● Hardware routers / Switches

SLIDES HERE

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The Brothers WISP 113 – Mikrotik New Beta Features, Engineer’s Journey, Artemis

Published on June 7, 2020, by in Mikrotik, Networking.



This week we have Greg, Mike, and all the Andrew Thrift you can handle…then just a little more.
**Sponsors**
Sonar.software
Cambium ePMP Bundle
**/Sponsors**

This week we talk about:
Mikrotik 7.0beta7 and 8 out. L3 hardware offloading on CRS317, BGP support multicore peer processing, routing updates, kernel 5.6.3 – syntax is all different…
Andrew Thrift loves making technical web presentations LOL
Speaking in public – mama loves you.
Artemis bgp hijack software

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Greg Talks 13 – George McPherson – Career Intention, Security Perception, Why Podcast

Published on June 1, 2020, by in Uncategorized.

Greg talks to George McPherson, a cyber analyst.

This week we talk about:
Why the Army
Preperation not luck
Security’s perception
Network vs Security
Why podcast
College vs Certifications
The key to customer support in security is phrasing “no” the right way
Black Hat Redemption book
Black Cyber podcast
Audio book – Fond-Hope, Focus & Favor

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The Brothers WISP 112 – UBNT Payment Gateway, Automation Layering, MTK netPower16P



This week Greg, Mike, Thomas, Tommy, and Andrew Cox talk for 2 HOURS about all sorts of things.

This week we talk about:
**Cambium Deal Link**
Ole made a great first ansible playbook – it updates his unimus version!
Greg has ansible playbooks for updating catalyst switch IOSs
Greg has a playbook that connects to mikrotiks, does pings/traceroutes, then aggregates the info.
Greg makes a tutorial on installing Hashicorp vault(using ansible) for the lab and playbooks for working with it.
Always remember strain relief on your connections – Brock and others having ethernet stability issues due to pressure on the connector.
Cox found a small 12V UPS for $25
Mikrotik 4011 mystery lockups – A few people report down clocking a troublesome unit helps “system routerboard settings set cpu-frequency=1200”
Mikrotik netPower16P – 16 port AF/AT outdoor PoE switch
Ubiquiti Payment Gateway
40 Tb optical comb
VCSA 10/10 RCE
Zerodium stops accepting Apple exploits – there is too many
Unimus 2.0.0 release
Quickbooks “Pay Online” blocked my credit card due to no SCA – Thanks…
Canon beta webcam software
Greg will always remember a bag of pubes.

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The Brothers WISP 111 – Wireguard, Unimus Update, TCL on Cisco

Published on May 10, 2020, by in Mikrotik, Networking.



This week Greg, Mike, and Thomas(he’s back to his screwed up sleep schedule LOL) have a chat.

This week we talk about:
MTK adding UNI-2 support for 5ghz bands in NA
Wireguard coming to MTK
MTK script to add neighbors to interface descriptions on CRS3XX switches
Ansible quirk with routeros module and commas
64k OOB sim card from tmobile ~$50 a year w/static IP
nvidia finishes Mellanox buyout
nvidia buys Cumulus
CI/CD
TCL on Cisco IOS is super useful, and noone is using it
Dropping Waves
Ethernet Weirdness
Tomas wants to rant about text editors

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The Brothers WISP 110 – Online Certs, New CCR 2004, AU/NZ Vs US ISP



This week Greg, Mike, and Andrew Thrift talk about the new hardware, and speculate on what’s next.

This week we talk about:
*Cambium Sponsor Deal*
Cisco offering online testing for certs…who’s next? (Greg hopes it’s Red Hat LOL)
Winbox 3.23 ctrlC and ctrlA work!
MTK CCR2004-1G-12S-2XS
CRS326-24G-2S+IN desktop switch
hAP AC3
Speculation on new CCR
Dream about new MTK switches
Fail2Ban, APF, CentOS, etc.
Greg had issues with tracking down a loop on a Netonix based network…so naturally we do an emergency routed upgrade.

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Greg Talks 12 – Being 17, Programming, All Of The Books

Published on April 18, 2020, by in Uncategorized.

Greg talks to Oleg(the 17 year old whizkid).
**There is a good bit of background noise in this one, so proceed with caution**

This week we talk about:
Coming to America
Being inspired to program
Visually impaired computer usage
Python
Learning C
Programming in notepad
Cyber Patriot
Lots of books
The Shining
Monster Hunter International
Dresden Files
Ready player one
Quarantine exercise

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The Brothers WISP 109 – Hidden Master DNS, MTK hAP AC3, 5.9GHz FCC STA



This week Greg, Mike and Tommy play name that tune and Hollywood squares…match game next time.

This week we talk about:
Touchless access control that takes your temp.
Unimus 2.0.0-Beta2 released
Hidden Master DNS
Greg’s MUM 2020 presentation – Ansible Mikrotik Mass Configuration Fast
Nathan P gave me a muuuch better reboot method on MTK using the execute script command.
MTK hap AC3 – built in LTE, bigger case
Dave was asking how to graph stats on pure IPSec traffic(Miller said create a simple queue and graph that).
What subnet sizes to use when assigning public IPs to infrastructure
My first week with a Mac…only task was reloading it, and that took forever LOLOL
5.9 GHz FCC STAs (Special Temporary Authority)

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