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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

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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

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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

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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

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TheBrothersWISP 74 – Protect your tik, Ciena Metro E, Unresponsive Customers

Published on August 19, 2018, by in Mikrotik, Networking.

 This week Greg, Dave, Mike, Miller and Andrew Cox totally bro out and talk about manly things…and at the end Greg feels all the feels, so use caution if that’s not your thing 😉 This cast we talk about: Dragonwav’s annoucement Bare minimum to protect your Mikrotik Greg Trains on Ciena Metro E Kit

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TheBrothersWISP 73 – Mikrotik 4011, security, MTU, cheap fiber tools

 This week Greg, Dave, and Mike trade our favorite recipes. This cast we talk about: Mikrotik 4011 first look Mikrotik 4011 second look Wireless Wire MTU Issue – regular wireless l2mtu of 1600 Mikrotik selling CWDM muxes and optics Mikrotik coinhive crytpojacking More botnets taking advantage of winbox holes up to version 6.42 Mikrotik

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TBW 71: Where oh were could Greg be?

 This cast we talk about: NEWS: Cambium launches the e700 outdoor WiFi AP NEWS: RF Elements gets hornier Mikrotik have found a bit of focus on LTE, HOORAY! NEWS: Mikrotik: RB450Gx4 and hEX S new products + discuss the inevitable refresh of Omnitik AC, Dynadish, Netmetal Mikrotik switching – State of Play 1H2018 Ham

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TheBrothersWISP 70 – LHG60g, Vendor Stagnation, Why Ham?

 This week Greg, Dave, and Mike get jazzy. Can you notice the better audio? This cast we talk about: Mikrotik LHG60 available around 15th of this month stagnation in vendors vs wireless in emerging markets Caching on https USAC – FCC subsidized telecom costs for govn’t organizations UBNT starts looking into AirMax MPLS issues

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TheBrothersWISP 69 – VoIP Phones, Mikrotik Hex-S, Centralized Vs Distributed DHCP

Published on May 27, 2018, by in Hardware, Mikrotik, Networking.

 This week Greg, Dave, and Mike have some real talk, bro. This cast we talk about: Follow up from last week: Calix G.fast and Coworking space software Nexudus VoIP phones that don’t feel cheap Mikrotik 6.43rc17 – w60g – added 4th 802.11ad channel (CLI only); Mikrotik part of the VPNFilter botnet Mikrotik Hex-S –

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TheBrothersWISP 68 – G.fast, Security Onion, Co-working spaces

 This week Greg Dave from PennyTone choot the chit. This cast we talk about: Who is using G.fast; what are you using and how well did it work? LibreNMS with Centos Brick. PHP conflict due to auto update Security onion security collection Flow collection / elastiflow with elasticstack and nfsen/ndfump(Nick B.), ntop(Tom S). Co-working

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