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In reply to @grin:grin.hu * Also, the /30 is public not link-local...
additionally /30 is a "link-local" address, basically you get ONE IP. If you have a single uplink you do not need BGP, or AS number, or any of the funky stuff, just use a plain simple static default route.
In reply to@wavelength:matrix.org Bad resource management on the uplink side 🙂. It is for the router, anyway, and not for your net/customers, and it shall be the address you use to talk to upstream bgp, unless your uplink tells you otherwise. Also request ipv6 of you can.
Also, the /30 is public not link-local...
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|13:41:05||Gary Schiltz||Any advice (other than DON'T DO IT) for a fiber newbie on terminating single-mode fiber cable with SC connectors myself?|
|13:42:56||Gary Schiltz||Right now, I have no tools for the job, but it would frequently be handy to be able to do this, even for temporary connections.|
|13:43:43||Gary Schiltz||And of course, I'm looking for good, cheap, and simple (I know, I can probably only get two from that list) :-)|
|15:34:23||techguy255||How can I actually own the IP addresses that I give my customers? Like how Comcast has there’s.|
In reply to @gschiltz:matrix.org What's the total distance of the fiber after splicing? If it's not very long you could try mechanical splices - as I understand they're fairly easy even for a first-timer, but you lose a lot more light than fusion splicing.
Any advice (other than DON'T DO IT) for a fiber newbie on terminating single-mode fiber cable with SC connectors myself?
|17:08:46||Gary Schiltz|| Less than a meter. |
In reply to @techguy255:matrix.org The 'right' answer is that you get them allocated from IANA. You will probably not be able to do that though, because there aren't any more left. You can try to by them on the secondary market, and then the owner will assign them to you so you can advertise them as yours.
How can I actually own the IP addresses that I give my customers? Like how Comcast has there’s.
In reply to @gschiltz:matrix.org You can't use pre-terminated? (that's what I'd do at that length for sure!)
Less than a meter.
|17:12:26||Gary Schiltz|| I was unclear. I want to put mechanical connectors like SC on the ends of arbitrary lengths of single mode cable. |
|17:13:37||Gary Schiltz||Lengths over 100 meters.|
|17:23:12||Graham|| ah, gotcha. 100 meters should still be ok for mechanical splices, I think. Worth a shot! |
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|14:23:59||connorhsm||Hi! Does anyone have any Australian specific resources on hand?|
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|13:51:32||nickermire||Anyone have experience with city ordinances preventing tower installation for commercial use? I’m outside of city limits but it’s a township thing?|
|14:05:30||nickermire|| * Anyone have experience with city ordinances preventing tower installation for commercial use? I’m outside of city limits but it’s a township thing?|
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