hassan | 23 Dec 14:59 2013
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Android play store not working on PTCL

I am facing and confirmed by others that android play store not working on PTCL bandwidth. Whereas its working on other BB operators. Upon query to PTCL , they refused with a smile that we don't offer support for mobile phones so nothing can be done. How surprising?


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Srinivas Chendi | 11 Dec 05:56 2013
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Fwd: Aftab Siddiqui appointed to NRO NC

Congratulations Aftab!

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Subject: [Apnic-announce] Aftab Siddiqui appointed to NRO NC
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 13:14:31 +1000
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________________________________________________________________________

Aftab Siddiqui appointed to NRO NC
________________________________________________________________________

APNIC is pleased to announce that the APNIC Executive Council (EC) has
appointed Aftab Siddiqui as a member of the Number Resource Organization
Number Council (NRO NC) representing the APNIC region. The NRO NC
fulfils the role of the Address Supporting Organization Address Council
(ASO AC).

He will serve a one-year term, from 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2014.

Aftab is the Manager of NOC at Cyber Internet Services (Pvt) Ltd in
Pakistan, and he is an active member of the APNIC community.

The APNIC EC thanks Andy Linton for his contributions as a member of the
NRO NC / ASO AC.

For more about the NRO NC see:

     http://www.apnic.net/about-the-nro

For more about the NRO, see:

     http://www.nro.net

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Aftab Siddiqui | 30 Oct 05:44 2013
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SANOG 23 - Call For Papers/Presentation


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SANOG 23 ­ Call For Paper
*************************

The following is an open call for papers/presentations for the 4 day
conference and tutorial sessions for 23rd South Asian Network Operators
Group (SANOG) Meeting being hosted from January 13, 2014 onwards at the
beautiful city of Thimphu in Bhutan.

Important dates regarding the Call for Papers:

Call For Paper                  : September 24, 2013
Deadline For Proposals          : November 15, 2013
Paper Confirmation              : December 15, 2013
SANOG XXIII                     : January 13-21, 2014

Please submit Online at:
http://submission.sanog.org/papers/user/login.php?event=7


Note: Any marketing, sales and vendor proprietary content in presentations
is against the spirit of the SANOG and it is strictly prohibited.


Conference Presentation: The conference will be comprised of 6 session in
two days, including the plenary. The tracks are for general ideas, and
feel free to propose talks that you think are relevant to the operational
and Internet research community. The topics given below are not exclusive.
Presentations are expected to be 25 minutes long with technical content.

* Network Operations
* Routing in the IP Core, BGP, MPLS, IPv6
* Data Center, Switching Technologies, SAN & Virtualization
* Security, IDS, DoS mitigation
* Internet Exchange Point, transit & peering
* Mobile Internet, M2M, Internet of Things
* Any case studies or learning related to operational technologies that
you want to share with the community


Tutorial Proposals: Tutorial proposals are invited in the following
general areas. Please feel free to propose additional ideas and topics.
Tutorials generally are either half or full days.

* Routing in the IP Core, BGP, MPLS, IPv6
* Data Center, Switching Technologies, SAN & Virtualization
* Security, IDS, DoS mitigation
* Internet Exchange Point, transit & peering
* Mobile Internet, M2M, Internet of Things

Track 1: Network operations. In this session we invite papers, reports and
presentations from network operators, equipment vendors and academic
institutions conducting network research on operational issues. Possible
topics for this track are:

- Prevention and mitigation of Denial of Service attacks including
intrusion
- Routing policies and architecture for scalable IP and broadband networks
- Data Center Management and Operations
- MPLS and QoS implementation experiences
- Traffic management and measurement
- Network migration issues (IPv4 to v6, Layer 2 to IP etc.)

Track 2: Applications and Services. This track will discuss various
services that can be enabled on packet networks. Papers and presentations
are invited from developers, operators, equipment vendors and research
organisations on the following and related topics

- Voice and Multimedia over IP
- Managed network services including Security and VPNs
- Mail servers, Spam prevention and migitation
- Wireless Technology and Applications
- Data mining for performance enhancements/abuse control/QoS

Track 3: Peering and IXP. This is to cater to the growing demand on the
newly established Internet Exchange Points in the region. As local ISPs
are going international, we would like to invite both regional and
international experts to share their ideas and experience on these topics.

- Internet Exchange Points Operations
- Peering Techniques and Policies
- BGP Multihoming Techniques

Track 4: Regional updates. This track is fairly broad, and will include
updates from ISPs, regional Internet exchanges, APNIC, routing table
updates and such information that would be useful to the SANOG community.
You are also welcome to submit proposals for BoFs, tutorials and other
tracks.


Please submit Online at -
http://submission.sanog.org/papers/user/login.php?event=7

We are looking forward to see you at SANOG 23 at Thimphu, Bhutan.


Thanks and warm regards,

Aftab Siddiqui and Santanu Dasgupta
Program Committee Co-Chairs - SANOG
On behalf of SANOG Programme Committee

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Wasim Baig | 6 Nov 11:38 2013
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IPSEC Block

PTA has blocked IPSEC? 

Some of my tunnels are down and this is the reason being given by the providers.

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Haris Shamsi | 8 Oct 06:15 2013
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Transition to IPv6 to remain a top priority globally -Montevideo Statement on the Future of Internet Cooperation

Montevideo Statement on the Future of Internet Cooperation

 

[Montevideo, Uruguay – 7 October 2013] -- The leaders of organizations responsible for coordination of the Internet technical infrastructure globally have met in Montevideo, Uruguay, to consider current issues affecting the future of the Internet.

 

The Internet and World Wide Web have brought major benefits in social and economic development worldwide. Both have been built and governed in the public interest through unique mechanisms for global multistakeholder Internet cooperation, which have been intrinsic to their success.  The leaders discussed the clear need to continually strengthen and evolve these mechanisms, in truly substantial ways, to be able to address emerging issues faced by stakeholders in the Internet.

 

In this sense:

 

•They reinforced the importance of globally coherent Internet operations, and warned against Internet fragmentation at a national level. They expressed strong concern over the undermining of the trust and confidence of Internet users globally due to recent revelations of pervasive monitoring and surveillance.

 

•They identified the need for ongoing effort to address Internet Governance challenges, and agreed to catalyze community-wide efforts towards the evolution of global multistakeholder Internet cooperation.

 

•They called for accelerating the globalization of ICANN and IANA functions, towards an environment in which all stakeholders, including all governments, participate on an equal footing.

 

•They also called for the transition to IPv6 to remain a top priority globally. In particular Internet content providers must serve content with both IPv4 and IPv6 services, in order to be fully reachable on the global Internet. 

 

 

Adiel A. Akplogan, CEO

African Network Information Center (AFRINIC)

 

John Curran, CEO

American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)

 

Paul Wilson, Director General

Asia-Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC)

 

Russ Housley, Chair

Internet Architecture Board (IAB)

 

Fadi Chehadé, President and CEO

Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)

 

Jari Arkko, Chair

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

 

Lynn St. Amour, President and CEO

Internet Society (ISOC)

 

Raúl Echeberría, CEO

Latin America and Caribbean Internet Addresses Registry (LACNIC)

 

Axel Pawlik, Managing Director

Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre (RIPE NCC)

 

Jeff Jaffe, CEO

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)


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Srinivas Chendi | 28 Aug 04:04 2013
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APNIC 36 - Webcast Sessions taking place today

Hi

You may be aware that APNIC 36 has started. You can participate
remotely in discussions, ask the presenter questions, and voice
your opinion. To watch live webcast go to:

http://conference.apnic.net/36/program#broadcast

Some of the exciting topics being covered today include:

* IPv6 in Action: Implementing a Holistic Strategy
* IPv6 for Decision Makers
* Internet Governace Forum Preparations
* LIR RPKI Workshop
* APOPS Techical Sesssion 2
* APIPv6TF

See you online!

Kind regards,
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Haris Shamsi | 13 Aug 12:52 2013
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Data is the new currency for research

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Haris Shamsi | 11 Aug 07:46 2013
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status of piratebrowser in Pakistan ?

Friends can some one please confirm if you are able to connect to tor network from Pakistan Using Piratebrowser ?

Thanks
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Srinivas Chendi | 5 Aug 07:04 2013
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APNIC invites you to SANOG 22

_______________________________________________________________________

APNIC invites you to SANOG 22
_______________________________________________________________________

APNIC proudly supports the South Asian Network Operators' Group (SANOG).
On behalf of the South Asian Network Operators Group, APNIC encourages
all local Internet community members to attend SANOG 22.

SANOG is a forum for network operators in the South Asia region to
discuss operational issues and new relevant technologies of interest.

Where:     Mumbai, India
When:      5 August - 13 August 2013
Hosted by: ISP Association of India (ISPAI)

APNIC is contributing to the event as a Silver Sponsor. APNIC staff
will attend to deliver hands-on training sessions and will also be
available for direct consultation for any membership or resource
enquiries.

APNIC presentations and training
--------------------------------

     - Srinivas Chendi, Senior Community Relations Specialist, will
       give an update on the APNIC Secretariat's activities on Tuesday,
       6 August

     - Srinivas Chendi and Srinath Beldona from Yashasvi Information
       Systems will also provide training at the following APNIC
       Tutorials on Wednesday, 7 August:

           - Internet Resource Management
           - IPv6 Essentials

     - Srinath Beldona will deliver a hands-on IPv4/IPv6 Routing and BGP
       Multihoming Deployment Workshop to SANOG 22 attendees, from
       9 to 13 August

APNIC Member Services
---------------------

APNIC Internet Resource Analyst, Vivek Nigam, will be on site to speak
directly with APNIC Members and hold private, one-on-one Hostmaster
Consultations.

To see the full program, visit:

     http://www.sanog.org/sanog22/program.htm

We hope to see you in Mumbai!

Regards
Sunny
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Fouad Bajwa | 2 Aug 08:53 2013
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2014 ISIF Asia Grant applications close 9 August

Might be of interest to Telecom Grid researchers and scientists:

________________________________________________________________________

2014 ISIF Asia Grant applications close 9 August
________________________________________________________________________

An ISIF Asia Grant can help you get your project off the ground and
increase your organization's potential to attract additional donors to
continue or upscale your project's implementation.

If you are working on an initiative to improve communications and
information infrastructure for your local community and you need some
funds to continue with your hard work, there is still time to apply
for a 2014 ISIF Asia Grant!

ISIF Asia gives grants of up to AUD 30,000 to projects that will be
implemented in the Asia Pacific region within a 3 to 12 month period.
Successful proposals will be aligned with the following categories:

    - Innovation on access provision

      This category focus on innovative solutions providing low cost
      deployment with low power consumption and low maintenance to
      expand fixed and mobile access to the Internet, information services
      and/or applications in your community. Innovation should not
      necessarily be technical, it could refer to organizational/business
      arrangements that support access provision, or improve the quality
      of access through accessibility or linguistic diversity.

    - Innovation on learning and localization

      This category covers capacity building and localization efforts,
      which are key to improve the skills needed to design, maintain, and
      manage ICT infrastructure and services in local languages.
      Localized projects support local talent and create job opportunities
      in rural or urban marginalized areas. Your innovative, open, inclusive,
      and sustainable approach to learning and language diversity are key
      elements to guarantee access to information that is needed to offer
      reliable services and applications to your community.

    - Code for the common good

      This category includes applications and other software solutions
      that enable communities in a variety of ways. High mobile
      penetration in the Asia Pacific region has been a catalyst in the
      development of mobile-based services, applications and software
      solutions. These solutions have been used to support timely and
      relevant information dissemination on a large scale using a range
      of network infrastructures through a variety of devices, even
      where literacy rates are lower. Mobile technologies have enabled
      communities to increase participation in political processes,
      coordinate efforts during emergency situations, receive extreme
      weather alerts, communicate with remote health services, and
      receive specialized patient referrals, among many other
      applications.

    - Rights

      This category supports the strategic use of Internet tools and
      services to promote freedom of expression, freedom of association,
      protects privacy, security, consumers' rights, gender equality, new
      forms of intellectual property in the digital environment, and a wider
      range of issues related to the Internet and human rights.

In addition to the grant, 3 of the ISIF Asia 2014 grant recipients will
be selected to receive additional mentoring on evaluation and research
communication through a partnership between ISIF Asia and the project
"Developing Evaluation & Communication Capacity in Information Society
Research (DECI-2)". Teams will acquire valuable knowledge and skills
that their organizations will be able to use not only for the ISIF Asia
supported project but to their organizations as a whole. For more
information about the DECI-2 project, visit:

    http://evaluationandcommunicationinpractice.ca/

Prepare a successful application: read the guidelines provided!

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The ISIF Asia Secretariat recommends to carefully read the elegibility
criteria, guidelines
and tips for a successful application, before you submit your application:

    http://isif.asia/guidelines_grants

To read more about ISIF Asia Grant eligibility criteria, please visit:

    http://www.isif.asia/eligibility_criteria_for_grant_proposals

Finally, here are some handy tips for preparing your ISIF Asia Grant
proposal:

    http://www.isif.asia/tips_for_successful_grant_submission

Submit your grant proposal by 9 August:

    http://isif.asia/grant

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Faried Nawaz | 9 Jul 15:41 2013
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today, ptcl's two minute hate seems directed at al jazeera.

Is it their nameservers, or do they not want you to read the article linked at http://tribune.com.pk/story/574505/leaked-report-reveals-pakistan-us-understanding-on-drones/ ?


for host in www.cnn.com. news.bbc.co.uk. www.aljazeera.com.; do
  for ns in 182.190.0.21 182.190.0.22 182.190.0.135 182.176.18.13 \
    203.99.163.203 119.159.255.36 116.71.241.214; do
    echo -n "$host <at> $ns "
    host -t a $host $ns >/dev/null 2>&1
    if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then echo ok; else echo failed; fi
  done
done


Faried.

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