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feeder.erje.net

Last update: March 20, 2018 1933 GMT

Online public diablo statistics:

URL Function Flow direction Location Remarks
1.as.feeder.erje.net Primary newstransit inbound, outbound Singapore Test phase
1.eu.feeder.erje.net Primary newstransit inbound, outbound Germany
2.eu.feeder.erje.net Primary newstransit inbound, outbound The Netherlands
2.us.feeder.erje.net Primary newstransit inbound, outbound New York
3.us.feeder.erje.net Primary newstransit inbound, outbound San Jose

Peerblock:

#accept from       XYZ-out.feeder.erje.net
#sent to           XYZ-in.feeder.erje.net
#pathname          feeder.erje.net
#hierarchy         * 
#max. art. size    128k
#max. connections  10 (at least) 
#contact           newsmaster@erje.net
#network           AS3842 AS14061 AS20473 AS24940 AS196752
#software          Diablo, FreeBSD
#stats             http://feeder.erje.net/

Notes:

  • The XYZ-name will usually be something that renders your sitename, handed out as we exchange peering details. Please keep that name in your config (and if you use software like INN, please reload the config regularly so it picks up DNS changes).
  • Feeders are geographically diversed. XYZ-out|in.feeder.erje.net usually resolves into a number of IP adresses. Expect connections to/from all of them. If that hinders packetfilterrules, inform me so at least I know who to inform about infrastructure revisions or alternatively customize default settings.
  • There's no provision to alter any feed setting yourself. But please feel free to drop me a line.

Bare minimum configuration examples:


INN:

incoming.conf

peer erje {
	hostname: 	XYZ-out.feeder.erje.net
}

innfeed.conf

peer erje {
	ip-name: 		XYZ-in.feeder.erje.net
	port-number: 		119
	max-connections: 	10
}

newsfeeds

erje/feeder.erje.net\
	:*,\
	:Tm,<131072:innfeed!

Diablo:

dnewsfeeds

label erje
	inhost 		XYZ-out.feeder.erje.net
	maxconnect	10	
	nomismatch
	hostname 	XYZ-in.feeder.erje.net
	port		119
	realtime	notify
	maxsize		128k
	alias		feeder.erje.net
	addgroup	*
end

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