Sunday, 5 August 2007

Blocking Türk Telekom's NTP abuse

For months on end the infamous turkish isp Türk Telekom has raped the european ntp pool.

Today Simon Arlott, on the timekeepers' mailinglist, came up with a simple way to look up the ip address space of Türk Telekom:
$ whois -i org ORG-TT3-RIPE -K
inetnum: 194.54.32.0 - 194.54.63.255
inetnum: 195.174.0.0 - 195.175.255.255
inetnum: 62.248.0.0 - 62.248.127.255
inetnum: 212.156.0.0 - 212.156.255.255
inetnum: 212.174.0.0 - 212.175.255.255
inetnum: 81.212.0.0 - 81.215.255.255
inetnum: 85.96.0.0 - 85.111.255.255
inetnum: 88.224.0.0 - 88.255.255.255
inetnum: 78.160.0.0 - 78.191.255.255
inet6num: 2a01:358::/32
In sorted cidr blocks that would be
  62.248.0.0/17
78.160.0.0/11
81.212.0.0/13
85.96.0.0/12
88.224.0.0/11
194.54.32.0/18
195.174.0.0/15
212.156.0.0/16
212.174.0.0/15
2a01:358::/32
Now blocked!

Monday, 23 July 2007

New usenet peer: Zen Internet Ltd.

Nuzba is now peering the Big 8, the Scandinavian hierarchies and a few other hierarchies with Zen Internet Ltd., UK.

Tuesday, 3 July 2007

New usenet peer: RJ Net

Nuzba is now peering the Big 8, the Scandinavian hierarchies and a few other hierarchies with RJ Net, NL, run by Robert Joosten.

Friday, 25 May 2007

New usenet peer: Club Internet

Nuzba is now peering the Big 8, the Scandinavian hierarchies and a few other hierarchies with Club Internet, FR, managed by Sameh Ghane.

Friday, 23 November 2001

SubZeroNet

Today the szn.dk domain has been registered by yours truly, and will be used for various services (e.g., dns, smtp and nntp) — some public, some private.