Facebook RSS
formats

TheBrothersWISP 81 – CEPH/ZFS, Charging for RFO, Dynamic SIP Servers

Published on January 20, 2019, by in Networking.

 This week Greg, Mike, Dave, and the coolest kid I know in VA, Miller, take it to the mat. This cast we talk about: CEPH and ZFS Open media vault Dynamic SIP server location DNS SRV “Tubes” book PDF? AT&T charges for RFO Certifications? DNS Flag day What bandwidth bursting be used for other

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP Top 5 Tips Colin Z

Published on January 8, 2019, by in Networking.

 This week Greg talks to Colin Z about his top 5 tips. The Tips: Colin Z 1) Look at things in terms of a Link Budget. 2) 6 dB delta to make a noticeable difference. 3) Follow basic grounding practices (R56 is a good reference). 4) Plan for outage. 5) Document what you can.

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP 80 – Favorite Things 2018, SIP Tshooting, Centurylink Outage

Published on January 6, 2019, by in Networking.

 This week Greg, Mike, and Dave do the first cast of the new year…time to start out on the wrong foot 😉 This cast we talk about: UBNT vs. Cambium Lawsuit Update Centurylink outage Mikrotik NAT (as it pertains to SIP and RTP) Broken Greg fav things: hAP AC^2, pickleball, your mom’s house podcast/Harmontown

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP Top 5 Tips Tommy C and Greg

Published on January 4, 2019, by in Networking.

 This week Greg and Tommy C(TCent to his fam) talk about their top 5 tips. The Tips: Tommy C 1. Have a test bench: I read somewhere “everyone has a test network, not everyone has a production network” I have been able to pull off so many changes/upgrades to our network just because I

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP 79 – Ubiquiti Financing, MUM Austin, Slack Catchup

 This week Greg and Mike do an after Thanksgiving update. This cast we talk about: Ubiquiti 0% financing Mikrotik newsletter 85 MUM USA in Austin April 4th-5th Mikrotik BGP Tests? Happy Birthday to Miller IBM picks up RedHat Airspan acquires Mimosa *Slack Updates* Jeff – Huawei US distribution raised prices and documentation is behind

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP 78 – MTK Grey Hat, RF E Asymmetric Horns, Supermicro HW Hack?

Published on October 28, 2018, by in Mikrotik, Networking.

 This week Greg, Andrew Cox, Andrew Thrift, Dave, and Nick Arellano choot the chit. This cast we talk about: Generate ACLs for country based filtering Route filter for North America Mikrotik grey hat hacker asking for donations. New logo challenge…what do you guys like? Don’t use RB1100 ports 11-13; on pcie interface which causes

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP 77 – Cambium Cat5, 4011 BGP, All-In-One or Nah?

 This week Greg, Dave, and Mike (Déjà vu) yarn for a bit; stay a while, and listen. This cast we talk about: IPv6 follow-up: enable ipv6 in MTK, then issue “/system default-configuration print” to see default ipv6 firewall rules Steve’s IPv4/IPv6 Network Aggregator Cambium is going to sell outdoor cat5 Greg’s USB boost converter

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP 76 – New Mikrotik Kit, UBNT CPE Mystery, S3 Buckets vs Dropbox

 This week Greg, Dave, and Mike (Déjà vu) yarn for a bit; stay a while, and listen. This cast we talk about: Mikrotik renames release channels DHCP Snooping Ubiquiti CPEs with public IPs stop responding to admin access, but pass traffic…why? Tool to aggregate IPv4/IPv6 routes – thanks Steve! Mikrotik newsletter 84 RB4011 RB4011

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP 75 – VoIP Acquisitions, Unifi XG, A Hashing Story

 This week Greg, Dave, and Mike do a quick cast to kick off the Labor day weekend…it sure feels like working trying to listen to these things, though… This cast we talk about: SECURE YOUR ROUTERS!!!!!!!!! Ignite net new firmware TBW IPv6 podcast Nicks notes on IPv6 All of the pickles Sangoma acquires Digium

(More)…

formats

TheBrothersWISP – Why Should I Use IPv6?

Published on August 30, 2018, by in Mikrotik, Networking.

Nick, John, Miller, Tommy, Mike, and Greg talk about the various reasons to do IPv6 or not, some of the hurdles to implement, and use cases. We also discuss: Business case for IPv6 Islands of knowledge Consumer vs Enterprise Dual stacking P2P addressing Subnet sizes Subnet sizes to deliver to customers Prefix delegation via DHCP

(More)…

Home Articles posted by greg