some carriers provide internet plans only for tablets.

i tried such a sim card in several devices - it did not connect. checked the apn on the tablet where it works. same.

as i understand the carrier only sees the imei, is there a way to find out if the device is a tablet or phone via imei number?

#imei #mobile #internet #carrier #provider #isp #telecom #network

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some carriers provide internet plans only for tablets.

i tried such a sim card in several devices - it did not connect. checked the apn on the tablet where it works. same.

as i understand the carrier only sees the imei, is there a way to find out if the device is a tablet or phone via imei number?

#imei #mobile #internet #carrier #provider #isp #telecom #network

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aaaaa this is an amazing possibility, if you want to transfer files from one host to the other without scp/rsync, just by using ssh. apparently, ssh can take data from standard input, so the pipeline works like this:

tar -cf - env/novation | ssh arnet.am "cd /tmp; tar -xf -"

https://github.com/norayr/home_sweet_home/blob/master/scripts/ssh_sync.sh #openssh #ssh #network #unix

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Here’s where things start to go off the rails: what this means is that all of the DPRK’s national network is non-routable IP space. You heard me; they’re treating their entire country like some small to medium business might treat their corporate office. The entire country of North Korea is sitting on one class A network (16,777,216 addresses). I was always under the impression they were just pretending that they owned large blocks of public IP space from a networking perspective, blocking everything and selectively turning on outbound traffic via access control lists. Apparently not!

https://www.whitehatsec.com/blog/north-koreas-naenara-web-browser-its-weirder-than-we-thought/

#naenara #north_korea #linux #browser #network #redflag

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there were one network administrator, and he was saying than he is frustrated that Armenia did not ban free wifi spots. when i’ve asked why, he answered that there is a lot of crime happening because of free wifi spots, and he gets a lot of requests, even got request from interpol.

well, i believe it’s a way of thinking of policeman, not system administrator.

policeman wants to simplify it’s work, and putting everyone to cell they can decrease the probability of crime. by banning open windows they can decrease probability that some thief can use them. but it’s not a way of thinking of administrator. well, i believe it should not be.

when i came to work where i work now, i’ve learned a sentence from my colleagues: “we are not police, we are administrators.” i like it a lot.

#police #surveillance #network #safety #security #wifi #freedom

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