China proposes replacement to TCP/IP

China’s “New IP” proposal to replace TCP/IP has a built in “shut up command” for censorship

 

The Chinese government and the Chinese telecommunications companies such as Huawei under its control are proposing a “New IP” addressing system for the internet to replace TCP/IP. The New IP system includes top-down checks and balances and such features as a “shut up command” that would allow a central controller to stop packets from being received or sent by a target “New IP address.” The China led proposal was first unveiled at the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) meeting in September 2019

Mac OSX Masscan – helpful utilities

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RouterOS v7 limited beta

I did an overall video of the New Mikrotik RouterOS v7.

From Mikrotik forum: https://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=152003

We have released a very limited test variant of RouterOS v7. Currently only available for ARM systems with a slightly limited feature set.

What is currently unlocked / available:

– Only available for ARM architecture
– Based on Kernel 4.14.131, which is currently the latest and most supported LTS version
– New CLI style, but compatible with the old one for compatibility
– New routing features, but see below
– OpenVPN UDP protocol support
– NTP client and server now in one, rewritten application
– removed individual packages, only bundle and extra packages will remain

Other features not yet public.

What is not available:

– BGP / MPLS disabled
– Extra packages
– Winbox does not show all features, use CLI for most functionality

DO NOT USE IT FOR ANYTHING IMPORTANT, THIS RELEASE IS STRICTLY FOR TESTING AND DOES CONTAIN BUGS

Download link: https://mt.lv/v7

Looking for a career in the network support field

My friends over at Ip Architects are hiring.

https://iparchitechs.com/careers/

Description for Network Architect : Growing IT consulting company is seeking a Network Architect to be responsible for the design of client ISP and Data Center networks. This role will be a technical lead and escalation point for the operations team as it relates to troubleshooting, implementation and maintenance windows for client networks.