Wednesday, September 17, 2008

INEX meeting, Dublin

Today was INEX meeting. As we're one of the newest members at the INEX, a presentation of the company was required, sort of. The talk can be found here. Unfortunately I didn't have the time to prepare it properly, it got hacked together the same morning, but well, very few people will notice the real hick-ups :).

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Level3 session live

The session for Level3 is live, which means, we've got 3 IPv4 transit carriers for our upstream.

Wall construction

The construction of the wall is now nearly finished.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Hurricane Electric moved

I've changed our transit with Hurricane Electric from their Ashbourne BGP router to London. That way we should have a lot better latency on IPv6 routes through them. Twice the atlantic isn't really great for ping times.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Wall construction

The wall that splits our half of the top floor from the neighbor is being build. There's been a lot of delays for various reasons, but it's

finally happening.
Until we can start building our own walls, get the computer floors in etc., I've stacked the servers in the corner. Ah well, they'll survive.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Cogent transit online

Our BGP session with Cogent went live today in TeleCity.

Friday, September 5, 2008

More X-connects live

The cross-connects to Cogent and PacketExchange went live. We'll just have to wait for them to supply us with the session details and test the connections.

BT handover

BT has finally, 6 weeks late in our schedule and 4 weeks late according to their maximum delivery time, handed the circuit over to us. Anyhow, this finally completes our second circuit to TeleCity and increases our bandwidth into the network drastically.