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[WTS] SILVER COINS XIXth-XXth France Austria Belgium Italy Portugal Spain Swiss Tunisia + Jersey Netherland base metal coins - Many CROWNS and lots

2020.09.24 09:55 Gustrot [WTS] SILVER COINS XIXth-XXth France Austria Belgium Italy Portugal Spain Swiss Tunisia + Jersey Netherland base metal coins - Many CROWNS and lots

Proof pictures
Gallery with all detailed pictures for those who like to scroll down (148 pics)
ATTENTION, I am in Europe. Shipping and payment conditions at the end of this ad.
Due to jet lag, I may not answer immediately to PMs and chats. I will answer and follow up in the order of reception.
For sale are the following important lots of World silver coins. Majority is French, with some lots at or below spot and other with bigger premium as they are scarcer, even here. Note that the number of available coins of each type is shown in the first column. Prices are for a quantity of 1 (coin or lot depending on description)

First, let's start with Precious metal stuff

France


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1831 D Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Graved (no relief) edge - Dommard type
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1835 BB Silver 90% 25g $25.00
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1837 MA Silver 90% 25g $30.00
1 5 francs Louis-Philippe I 1845 W Silver 90% 25g $25.00 SOLD
2 5 francs Hercule 1848 BB Silver 90% 25g $32.00
1 5 francs Cérès 1849 A Silver 90% 25g $28.00
2 1 5 francs Hercule 1849 A Silver 90% 25g $25.00
1 5 francs Cérès 1850 A Silver 90% 25g $32.00 SOLD
2 5 francs Hercule 1873 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1874 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1875 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1876 A Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 francs Hercule 1876 K Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 1 franc Cérès 1888 A Silver 83.5% 5g $8.00 SOLD
1 Lot of 15 x 2 francs semeuse 15 different dates Silver 83.5% 15x10g $125.00
1 Lot of 22 x 50 centimes semeuse 22 different dates Silver 83.5% 22x2.5g $55.00
1 10 francs Turin 1932 Silver 68% 10g $10.00 XF
100+ 5 francs semeuse in medal 1960 Silver 83.5% 12g $12.00 Jewelry
100+ 5 francs semeuse 1960 to 1966 Silver 83.5% 12g $9.00 XF
10+ 5 francs semeuse 1967 to 1969 Silver 83.5% 12g $12.00
6 10 francs Hercule 1967 Silver 90% 25g $25.00 var. accent in E
1 10 francs Hercule 1969 Silver 90% 25g $24.00
9 10 francs Hercule 1971 Silver 90% 25g $26.00
2 10 francs Hercule 1973 Silver 90% 25g $30.00
20+ 100 francs Panthéon 1982 to 1984 Silver 90% 15g $13.00
3 100 francs Panthéon 1985 Silver 90% 15g $18.00
1 100 francs Panthéon 1987 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
2 100 francs Panthéon 1988 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
2 100 francs Panthéon 1989 Silver 90% 15g $46.00
1 100 francs Panthéon 1990 Silver 90% 15g $66.00
50+ 100 francs commemorative 1984 to 1991 Silver 90% 15g $13.00
20 100 francs Jean Monnet 1992 Silver 90% 15g $14.00
20 100 francs Louvre 1993 Silver 90% 15g $15.00
20 100 francs de Gaulle Paris 1994 Silver 90% 15g $15.00
3 100 francs 8 mai 1945 1995 Silver 90% 15g $20.00
3 100 francs Clovis 1996 Silver 90% 15g $20.00
9 100 francs Malraux 1996 Silver 90% 15g $60.00
1 Box with 27x10 euros regional 2011 Silver 50% 27x10g (+box=995g) $370 27 different coins
1 Purse with 27x10 euros regional 2012 Silver 50% 27x10g (+purse) $360 27 different coins
2 10 euros singing rooster 2016 Silver 33.3% 17g $14.00

Austria


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
8 Thaler Maria-Theresia restrike 1780 X Silver 83.3% 28.06g $22.00
9 10 schilling 1957-1958 Silver 64% 7.5g $4.30
10 5 schilling 1960-1961 Silver 64% 5.2g $3.00

Belgium


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
35 5 francs Léopold II 1867-1876 Silver 90% 25g $22.00
1 5 francs Léopold II 1873 Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Jewelry
9 20 francs Albert 1934 Silver 68% 11g $7.00
1 20 francs Léopold III 1935 Silver 68% 11g $7.00
16 20 francs Mercury 1949-1950 Silver 83.5% 8g $6.00
2 50 francs Mercury 1949-1950 Silver 83.5% 12.5g $10.00
9 100 francs 4 kings dynasty 1949-1951 Silver 83.5% 18g $13.50
6 250 francs Baudoin 1976 Silver 83.5% 25g $20.00
3 500 francs Independance 1980 Silver 51% 25g $12.00
9 5 écus Charles Quint 1987 Silver 83.3% 22.85g $16.50

Italy


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 10 Soldi Napoléon 1812 M Silver 90% 2.5g $6.00 Italian Napoleonic Kingdom
1 5 lira Vittorio Emmanuele II 1876 R Silver 90% 25g $24.00
1 5 lira Vittorio Emmanuele II 1878 R Silver 90% 25g $27.00 SOLD

Portugal

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 escudos Caravel 1946 Silver 65% 3.5g $3.50 SOLD
1 1000 escudos Ocean Expeditions 1997 Silver 92.5% 28g $25.00
4 1000 escudos Ocean Year 1998 Silver 50% 27g $13.00
1 1000 escudos 25 April 1999 Silver 50% 27g $13.00

Spain

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 pesetas Alfonso XIII 1898 SGV Silver 90% 25g $25.00 Jewelry

Switzerland

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 2 francs Helvetia 1916 B Silver 83.5% 10g $12.00 SOLD
1 2 francs Helvetia 1947 B Silver 83.5% 10g $10.00

Tunisia

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 50 centimes Protectorat ١٣٠٨(1308) 1891 A Silver 90% 2.5g $6.00

Non-precious metal coins

France


QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 10 centimes Colonies Charles X 1827 H Bronze 20g $12.00 French colonies
13 5 francs Lavrillier 1945-1949 Aluminium 3.5g $0.50
18 10 francs Turin 1948-1949 Copper-nickel 7g $0.50
1 Lot of 17 x 10 francs 1974-1988 1974-1988 Copper-nickel-alu 10g $12.00
1 Lot of 17 x 10 francs 1974-1988 1974-1988 Copper-nickel-alu 10g $13.00
8 Unit sale Commemorative 1982-1988 1982-1988 Copper-nickel-alu 10g $2.00 - 3 for $5.00
1 2 francs Jean Moulin ESSAI 1993 Nickel 7.43g $80.00
1 Roll of 50 France 5 euro-cent Mixed (2001-2018) Copper-plated steel 50x3.92g $4.00
1 Roll of 50 France 1 euro-cent 2009 Copper-plated steel 50x2.3g $2.00 Presumably all 2009 UNC
1 Roll of 50 France 1 euro-cent 2016 Copper-plated steel 50x2.3g $2.00 Presumably all 2016 UNC

Jersey

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 1/13 shilling Victoria 1851 Copper 17.3g $5.00

Netherlands

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 5 cents Nazi occupation 1941 Zinc 3.6g $1.50

Portugal

QTY Type Year Metal Weight Price Note
1 50 centavos Republica 1928 Copper-nickel 4.62g $1.00

Shipping:

Please choose between the 3 shipping options and use the charts to estimate your shipping cost. Final price will reflect real cost once I finalize the packaging.
- Risky uninsured mail in a well-tapped enveloppe is possible for little purchase, even if I don't recommend it as there would be no guarantee on the shipment. Rates are the following:
Weight To France Worldwide
20g $1.20 $1.70
100g $2.40 $3.40
250g $4.80 $8.50
500g $7.10 $13.60

- Insured (up to $175 value insured) and tracked enveloppes are possible at the following rates:
Weight Worldwide (insuring $50) Worldwide (insuring $175)
20g $7.10 $8.30
100g $8.80 $10.00
250g $13.80 $15.00
500g $18.90 $20.10
2kg $28.90 $30.10
- Tracked parcels are available. Please note real value will be declared to customs (never more than USD 800 per parcel, which under the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015 should enter the US without tax). However, please note that the US Border & Customs Administration is free to contact you and ask for any justification. Base shippment rate are the following. Please note you'll need to add $1.20 per each $120-tranche insured.

Weight to Europe Worldwide (base rate before insurance)
500g $15.10 $29.90
1kg $18.60 $33.20
2kg $21.10 $45.60
5kg $27.00 $66.80
So, for example. A 800g-parcel to the USA insured for $650 would need an insurance for 6 tranches of $120 > it would cost $33.20+(6*$1.20)=$40.40
- For other shipping destinations or options, please PM. It may be challenging for Canada (I still don't get Customs rules).
- Consider grouping your purchase for single shippment by visiting our other active posts.

Payment:

PayPal for Family & Friends is the only solution I know in USD working in France. Please don't mention the real purpose of transfer in the comments section. Please note that PPFF will charge a little commission (from $.99 to $4.99 apparently) for international transaction outside of European Union. THANK YOU TO PAY IN USD and don't convert in EUR (Paypal FX rate is so scam).
Major cryptos welcomed.
EUR payments solutions (Transferwise for example) are available, please contact.
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2020.09.23 05:31 sochesd [US-CA] [H] Paypal, KBD75 w/ Holy Pandas [W] Polaris by ai03, Trades

Timestamp
Hello!
It's been a while since I've joined this hobby and after starting with some great boards, I'm looking to move up towards my personal endgame level boards. Though I don't most likely expect my starter boards to be traded towards these boards (Polaris, Key65, Think 6.5, etc) I wanted to list it as well.
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I have a KBD75v2 in Red with an Alu plate and Drop Holy Pandas lubed with Tribosys 3204 that I would potentially like to trade into a Polaris by ai03. If no trades are offered, then I will potentially be putting this board up for sale at a future date, or for the right price. If traded, I am more than happy to add PayPal to make up the difference.
Sound Test
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I am looking for a Polaris, mainly in E-white or gray, but will consider all colors except for purple. Please send me all offers, as I am OK with WK/WKL and different plate materials as well. It does not have to be built, so don't worry about that either.
If you have a board you would like to sell that is in the same realm as a gasket mounted 60/65% and would like me to consider the price of, please let me know as well! My budget is between $500-700 USD for the right boards.
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Comment, please, and then PM! I will also be checking chats, but you can message using the link posted by the bot below as well. Thanks for reading through this :)
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2020.09.10 23:03 timblr [US-CA] [H] SP50 Split Ortho ID80 Underglow ID80 Rosewood iQunix F60 2020 Ortho Keycaps [W] Paypal

Timestamps

The ortho boards are ID75! I messed up the title. RIP me.

All hotswap boards will come with a complimentary switch sampler pack (at least 5 different switches) for you to try out!
I got into keyboards in June 2020, so all of these were purchased (brand new) after that date!
I’ve really enjoyed building/trying new boards. Unfortunately, after 20+ boards, I’m running out of desk space.
This is the first batch of boards I’m putting up for sale. I figured we’d lean into the ortho theme this time, with 3 ortho boards and one 60%


SP50 + Lubed & Filmed Tealios v2 I love this thing. I just haven't used it because I'm still learning to touch type normally.. ortho is something I want to learn months down the line, lol. $200 + shipping
iQunix F60 2020 Hot Swap + Keycaps + Milky Yellow Switches Got this in June when I really wanted my first hotswap board. But now I know which switches I like, and no longer need hotswap! Full keyboard (switches + keycaps), ready to go! $130 + shipping
ID75 Rosewood + PCB + Plate Hotswap, ortho, ROSEWOOD. Super sexy. I just don't know how to type. $110 + shipping
ID75 Silver Alu Underglow + PCB + Plate Hotswap, ortho, UNDERGLOW. I want to keep this just for the aesthetics, but again.. I can barely type. $110 + shipping Sold
KPRepublic DSA Dolch Ortho Keycaps These keycaps will work with both of the ID75 boards AND the SP50 $40 + shipping Sold

All prices are net to me. Shipping will be handled by a UPS pickup, courtesy of you! You're the best.
Local buyers (OC/LA) will receive a complimentary mooncake from my bakery!
Please comment and then PM.
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2020.09.08 02:42 EXTRAVAGANT_COMMENT Screenshot not working while using Netflix.

When I try to take a screenshot while using Netflix it just captures a black screen.
Specs: Windows 10 Up to date Chrome (Official Build) (64-bit)
https://i.imgur.com/J1cwALu.png
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2020.08.28 22:16 ViableFantasy PLease help

Can anyone help me? My game will not start-up. I am using Minecraft Java. I can log in and launch it but then it does not load past the Mojang studios screen and then freezes and when I click it says, Java(TM) Platform SE binary not responding. I have tried to delete and redownload the game and this keeps happening. I have contacted Minecraft support but they responded saying they were to busy to help me. I have everything up to date but it is just not working. Suggestions?

Image here:
https://p13.zdusercontent.com/attachment/2155033/QQIlTJxsXgRnQngpo6jaX6Fg4?token=eyJhbGciOiJkaXIiLCJlbmMiOiJBMTI4Q0JDLUhTMjU2In0..bSvO9IlAZx2F9-b5pl2iQg.mA3QPvlvadiwHfTclvFeEbpmUm4M3jm3fj1TXn120ZLD66x0_V2SEUK7wobGIAQ7BCBhsTrtKX-hEVW4jXBO7M3rrQiP7EFQbqxixD9TXLtp2qPxbnsdzW_qeGXP9tcoEr1deOJzkN2TGBPWt9b2QjhznaRvvBNkKidFIkH9_leSppjTbZtnB_Wo8NiWesGuLJ-gdPzjl3r-GTYSfmGBHX6-ttsumAlueR7Ry5fMopXMOYzqCWVkeJzvjZXLMCrMyTDtnsnRU5cNcZkEkayx4RynnH_0bZGtnHfJmlsbOXo.rvmLptYxAxqAylCWqJHERQ
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2020.07.09 21:25 piit79 [EU-CZ] [H] MT3 Serika Bundle, SA Laser Kits, GMK Jamon Pata Negra, RAMA x Striker Artisan, Consul 262.9 NOS w/ Cyrillic sublegends [W] Preonic, Planck, PayPal

Timestamp 1, Timestamp 2, Timestamp 3, Timestamp 4
HAVE:
Item Notes Price
MT3 Serika bundle Latin Alphas, Mods, Forties, Novelties, Geometries, Super Homing £200 shipped in EU (will not split for now) SOLD
SA Laser Mods Brand new £70 + £8 EU shipping PENDING
SA Laser Minibars Brand new £30 + £5 EU shipping
SA Laser Arrows Brand new £20 + £5 EU shipping
GMK Jamón Pata Negra Brand new, sealed £20 + £5 EU shipping SOLD
MT3 /dev/tty Big Blanks Brand new £12 + £3 EU shipping
RAMA x Striker Artisan Brand new £60 + £5 EU shipping SOLD
Zbrojovka Brno Consul 262.9 vintage hall effect keyboard with Cyrillic sublegends New old stock! Includes a sealed spare switch, service book and schematics £60 + £15 EU shipping
Not FCFS, EU shipping strongly preferred. If you're not in Europe please enquire about shipping.
WANT:
As always, comment before PMing.
Thanks for looking!
Edit: Just realized I put tomorrow's date on the timestamp by mistake... Sorry for that, hope that's OK!
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2020.07.01 16:24 NukuBu [ARMA3 Operation Paperback - Saturday, 2020-07-04 @19:00 UTC

Calendar Details:2020-07-04 19:00Arma 3 Operation Paperback

Operation Paperback

INFO:

When? 19:00 UTC
Get the mods through our mod downloader, Swifty
Want more info? Our documentation
Join our Arma unit: https://units.arma3.com/unit/themisfitcompany
Recommended reading: http://ttp3.dslyecxi.com/
If you have any issues with mods or teamspeak, do not hesitate to contact the event host or any of the helpers on teamspeak or Discord. DM on Discord and Reddit PM are the easiest way to get a hold of the event host.

Briefing

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Situation

Afganistan.
The route between Badghis and Bala Murghad. Map
As part of our ISAF deployment,we need to help the population with food and building equipment. Company command has task 1st MC platoon to conduct a Convoy along the 2 MSR supply some points along the way, this will be a pick up and drop.

Enemy Forces

  • Enemy's Composition, Disposition, Strength:
Taliban is active in this region strength is unknown at this time.
  • Enemy's Capabilities & Limitations:
Their are capble of deploy hit and run tactics.
  • Enemy's Most Likely Course Of Action:
they will likely hide amoung the populations and hit when we not expect it. also there is been a increase of IED's
  • Enemy's Most Dangerous Course of Action
Blocking us in and Destroying our vehicles.

Friendly Forces

  • Higher's Mission & Intent:
We are to help and assist the local forces and help the population when we can.
  • Friendlys in the Region:
ANP will be holding checkpoints and 1 factory on the MSR
3rd Infantrie Brigade also a has a small detechment in a FOB.
-Combatants
We know of one group holding the first factory we need to go, these are trained man only there to protect their objective, they do not care about the civilians in their area.

Attachments/Detachment

23rd EOD squad will give us 2 men to help with IED treaths.
Also a Interperter will be attached to us in order to comunicate with a local forces and populations.

Civil/Terrain considerations

-Civil population will be active in our area.
-Terrain looks like flat mostly untill we move on a dirt road there will be hill tops on both sides.

Mission

Our Job is to transport goods and help the population in the region.

Execution

All squads will have 2x Humvees and 1x MTRV truck to transport goods.

Commander's Intent

Hearts and minds

Command/Signal (Command and Signal in the Army version)

Platoon CO will eleberate

Slotting:

Use this in your slotting comment:
IGN: Discord Name: Slot: Alpha A1 AR 
CO, squad leaders and special roles (all roles in bold letters) should join the teamspeak 30 minutes before the event starts for planning the mission.
If this is your first event with us we would also like to ask you to join 30 minutes early for a quick introduction to MC.
ROLES
Interpreter, also known as tolk, he will translate what the local population say

Slots

This list is not guaranteed to be up to date! Do a quick look through the comments to make sure your slot hasn't already been claimed.
You need to have played at least three events with us for all leadership and special roles like pilots or vehicle crew.
Callsign/Role IGN
Platoon Commander Toby
2nd-in-Command Jan voca
Interpreter FAL
Platoon Medic Uk_devil
ALPHA Squad Leader kunge
Medic Scarecrow
Automatic Rifleman Squire_Gareth
Assistant Automatic Rifleman
FireTeam Leader Kira
Rifleman AT Geelik
Grenadier Mosku
Rifleman ItsJustSmith
Rifleman SonicCZ
Rifleman Lelldorin
BRAVO Squad Leader Embrodak
Medic SaltyR
Automatic Rifleman Dextiritie
Assistant Automatic Rifleman klausman
FireTeam Leader Traas
Rifleman AT Krakon
Grenadier Dagger
Rifleman Libation
Rifleman
Rifleman Bombus
Charlie Squad Leader Darthaethous
Medic Misslemagnet
Automatic Rifleman Welshie
Assistant Automatic Rifleman
FireTeam Leader Hansel
Rifleman AT Jonathan
Grenadier Lordphil
Rifleman Cannibalmerk
Rifleman
Rifleman Lt Cuddle
Golf EOD White Tiger
EOD Michael
NLD civilians
Civilian Nyte

Reserve: Oriskana

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2020.06.23 00:33 mrv3 A Theory On Squadron 42's Development

So with another week without a SQ42 update I decided to go back and try and piece a picture together and along the way hopefully provide convincing evidence.
So this new renewed timeline for SQ42 was revealed in December 2018 for those unfamiliar that's roughly when the announcement of external investment appeared.
Source: https://cloudimperiumgames.com/blog/corporate/cloud-imperium-investment-fact-sheet
The date of that post is December 20th, 2018.
The investment had happened months earlier.
I suspect as a way to reassure backers they released a roadmap for SQ42 to give hope while not outright giving a date as they most likely understood they'd miss it.
https://imgur.com/4J7aAlu
That was the first roadmap.
This version while possibly not an outright fabrication more than likely relied on everything going right and allow for no room to delay anything.
The first delay happened on January 11th , 2019
https://i.imgur.com/qs2IBtr.jpg
By the end of the first quarter the number of items for Q1 had dropped significantly and they where massively behind on chapter progress.
https://i.imgur.com/1d5YMHF.jpg
Despite this the deadline for beta had yet to change when it should be more than apparent that this wasn't feasible the debt from what they had already failed to acheive after 3 months built up.
I think this comment from the first roadmap week puts it best
"42% of SQ42 (only looking at chapters) doesn't exists yet even in a basic state, which is a playable white-box. Tons of features, some of them huge in scope still need to be developed. The 1.5 years claim to have the BETA out is just absurd."
At the end of August what was more than apparent to everyone externally happen the deadline was moved just a quarter.
https://i.imgur.com/GewCWo0.jpg
Even with this restructuring and delay they where still behind.
The breaking point happened around October 4th , 2019 where unlike prior update the end of quarter update didn't push unfinished items from a prior quarter and instead continued as if the quarter hadn't ended likely because had they done so all Q3 2020 would show would be
At the start of Q3 2019 (July 5th 2019) this was their plan for Q3 2019 (crossed out if removed)
  1. Shipjacker Heavy (moved to 2020 Q2)
  2. Basilisk Armor - Advocacy (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2020 Q1)
  3. Gunner (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2020 Q1)
  4. Flight: Landing, Take-Off, and Travel (moved to 2019 Q4)
  5. Flight: Mission logic additional controls (moved to 2019 Q4)
  6. Flight: Formations (moved to 2020 Q2)
  7. Walk and Talk (moved to 2019 Q4)
  8. Vanduul Combat Behavior (moved to 2020 Q2)
  9. Usables v2
  10. Companion AI (moved to 2020 Q2)
  11. FPS Combat Weapon Types (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  12. Flight: Gunships (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  13. Flight: Wingman Commands (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2020 Q1)
  14. FPS: Realistic Firing v2 (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  15. FPS: Grenade (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2020 Q2)
  16. Ship AI 3D Pathfinding v2 (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  17. FPS: Cover Usage v1 (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  18. Power System v2
  19. Navmap to Radar v2
  20. Mag Boots (moved to 2020 Q2)
  21. Zero-G Push and Pull (moved to 2020 Q1)
  22. Seated Item Handling (moved to 2020 Q2)
  23. Cockpit Interaction (moved to 2020 Q1)
  24. FPS Close Combat (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  25. Player Status System (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  26. NPC Healing (moved from 2019 Q2, movd to 2019 Q4)
  27. FPS Stealth v2 (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  28. Death Animation Improvements (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  29. Large Scale Shadow Improvements (moved to 2020 Q1)
  30. Mission Logic v2
  31. Player Interaction System Improvements (moved to 2019 Q4)
  32. Atmospheric Effects v2 (moved to 2019 Q4)
  33. Procedural Asteroids v2 (moved from 2019 Q2, moved to 2019 Q4)
  34. Aegis Idris-M
  35. Drake Cutlass Red (moved to 2019 Q4)
  36. Aegis Javelin
  37. Basilisk Deployable Shield (moved to 2020 Q2)
This caused me to state 8 months ago
"I personally think the actual release of SQ42 is further off than people believe, CIG are hesitant to give realistic impressions on release timeframe because it'd hamper the pledge income. They will then use the SQ42 cash infusion to finish Starcitizen which would be another 2 years off."
The project was clearly facing extreme difficulties failing not only to meet it's original deadline, not only failing at a revised schedule, but also having the revised schedule be missed from the get go.
A lack of progress continued, failing to reach target after target with no revision of deadline in sight, either they had a miracle in the works or as I suspect they wheren't aiming for that deadline of a Q3 beta and hadn't been for some considerable time.
It's not like they stopped updating the roadmap either, they still showed progress, even finishing an item during their last update however the progress they showed was inadequate.
https://i.imgur.com/E84CNv6.jpg
That was the last roadmap update for Squadron 42, the next week we saw a project update from CIG
https://i.imgur.com/O4TTI8e.jpg
Hi everyone,
"When we first embarked on this Roadmap journey two years ago, our goal was to make communication more transparent, specific, and insightful for all of you who help make Star Citizen and Squadron 42 possible. While this goal remains unchanged, we’ve found that the format in which we’ve attempted to visualize our progress linearly does not match the approach we’re taking in the development of Squadron 42.
We want to be clear: progress on Squadron 42 is happening and we’re broadly happy with that progress. But we know that our roadmap is not reflecting that progress. Over time, we’ve found that the roadmap as presented does not and cannot accurately represent development on a AAA chapter-based, story-driven game like SQ42. So, we’re going back to the proverbial drawing board to explore different approaches for Squadron 42.
We’re currently considering an option where we would utilize our internal sprint-tracking process to visualize our progress. This would be a departure from the current Roadmap, but would be more in line with our internal scheduling. This new representation for progress in SQ42 would also benefit how we show progress on the PU as well. Alongside, we’ll continue to share development progress through a variety of avenues, outlined in the Calling All Devs episode below. With immediate effect, we will incorporate more Squadron 42 content into our regular Sprint Reports on ISC, Calling All Devs, AMAs (Ask Me Anything Q&As), and more. In addition to our scheduled content such as the SQ42 Monthly Report, we’re also looking forward to providing regular video check-ins with Brian Chambers and a variety of members of the Squadron 42 team."
They went back to the drawing board to find out how to display progress... that was 3 months ago and they'll supposed be entering beta in a few days.
They to my knowledge has largely failed with delivering regular video check-ins, calling all devs, etc.
Now here's where it gets interesting, for which I recommend watching the first few minutes of Calling All Devs Up until around the 5 minute mark
https://youtu.be/sPWc4hlyUu0
What's telling is two point
tl;dr So here's the conspiracy, towards the end of 2018 they had to announce this investment as it seemed like it was going to leak eventually either through a source or tax documents. To get ahead of this they made the aforementioned blog about the investment and as a way to reassure backers they created a SQ42 roadmap. This was very optimistic and required them to have perfect development, after half a year they realised it couldn't be done. They where a quarter behind after just 2 quarters. They restructured and brought more people in from the PU with Erin still in charge however after another 2 quarters with the situation not improving they switched him out with Brian Chambers who probably took immediate stock of the situation and tried to create a path forward of some kind after he failed and with it becoming alarmingly obvious that Q3 beta wouldn't happen they decided to stop updating using a contrived excuse to justify it but offer a carrot on a stick of possibly a different update system and more communication which after 3 more months they have failed to deliver on. Even delaying a video which was to be release the following day by a month.
If they where broadly happy with the progress would they really implement such drastic changes? Would they really feel the need to hide progress?
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2020.06.08 21:48 namvu1990 [EU-UK] [H] High profile case, mx black switches, SMK 2nd gen linear [W] Paypal

Timestamp
Hi all, selling some stuff to get a good replacement for my soldering station. It died too young :'( and also cleaning some of the stuffs im not using.
1- High profile 60% alu case with weight. Purple is the color. SOLD
2- 70 mx black desoldered from studio equipment, don't have the pcb to confirm the date however they are surely old and smoother than modern ones. Price - 40£ (price is adjusted accordingly due to no date) SOLD
3- Keyboard in good con with SMK 2nd gen CLICKY switches. Big ooppsie in the title. See it here https://i.imgur.com/kGc0oud.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/disvn2g.jpg
Price- £60
Price is not including shipping. Thanks for reading and keep safe everyone!
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2020.05.24 05:36 RocketGruntJake [US-CT] [H] F62, Octagon V2, Gold Noxary X60, M60-A Sage , Leeku Compact 1800, Duck Blackbird PCB/Plate, SA: Jukebox, 1962, Calm Depths, Modern Selectric, Hyperfuse, Carbon, GMK Space Cadet, GMK Plum, GMK Space Cadet, Hyperfuse Origins, Deep Space, Skidata, Artisans [W] High End TKL/Keyboard Trades

I have a bunch of stuff for trade. Looking to get my hands on a nicer TKL board but open to other board offers on these things. Willing to do N:1 or adding paypal for anything I am really interested in. Show me what you got!
Keyboards and Keycaps TimeStamp
Artisan Timestamp

Item Information
Model F62 #24 Early Bird, Comes with the original Blank caps from the GB as well as OG Model F alphas
Gold Noxary x60 1/1 in this Ano and Config, Built with Zealios and comes with an extra Alu Red plate and GON Nerd60 PCB
RAMA M60-A Sage Really great board, includes Internal RAMA weight, Built with Box Jades but hotswapable, Gold Back Weight. Includes Box and OG RAMA Cable
Leeku Compact 1800 Kit This is a bit off a mess but if you desolder the original PCB you have a complete Kit. The Current PCB needs some jumps if you want to make that work as well. Built with Vint Blacks in Zeal Housings
Duck Octagon V2 Awesome kit, includes every Base (Alu, Acrylic Angled, and PolyCarb Flat) Ano is Blue Grey. Has a built Cherry Red Plate/PCB and includes an extra PCB and Plate
Duck Blackbird PCB + Plate Extra I had laying around, Last one from the production run dated and signed, Kinda cool
SA Jukebox Base, Alt Color, Novelties, Numpad, Non-Standard
SA Calm Depths Alphas, Modifiers, Numpad, Tsangan
SA Carbon OG TKL base kit + Non Standard, R2 kits: Warnings Signs Complete, Bone Modifiers, Bone Modifiers Ext, ORange Alphas, Number Row Kit, Flex Kit
SA Modern Selectric Base kit that covers a standard TKL
SA Hyperfuse Originative Kit
SA 1965 Beatles themed Set, From Keyclack, Novelties, Base, Non-Standard, Numpad
GMK Space Cadet True Cadet, Symbols, Base, Spacekeys, Cherry Icons
GMK Plum Massdrop Set
GMK SkiData Base, Color, Relegendables Comes with the special blue keys
GMK Deep Space Sealed
GMK Hyperfuse Origins Sealed
Artisans I'd be willing to trade these artisans as well, some GAF, ETF, Keyforge, Boop and HWS
I'll likely sell most of this for paypal in the coming weeks once a get some better pricing info on past similar item sales. Right now just looking for trades!
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2020.05.22 21:38 slutzo I need feedback from the community on sound lag

So after exactly a month, Atgames support finally got back to me regarding the sound lag I'm experiencing in every built-in and add-on game on my unit.
Here's what they sent me:
Thanks for submitting these sound delay bugs. The developers are working on fixing the issue but it may take some times.
​We appreciate your patience and support. You can expect to receive the fix on a future firmware update.
I'd like to believe that they're on the up-and-up here, but this really reads to me like they just ran the clock out on my ability to return my ALU to Sam's Club, and now they're blowing me off by claiming that they're going to somehow fix a hardware issue with a firmware update at some nebulous future date.
Anyway, before I send a cranky response, I'd really like to know if this is an issue with just my hardware. If it's software based, I would expect everyone else on the current firmware to be experiencing it, too.
nagai_devil was kind enough to give me feedback when I first noticed this a month ago. I'd really appreciate it if others could look at the two videos I put together and tell me if their sound is doing the same thing.
Here's a video showing the built-in games, and how the sound response on the ALU compares to the response running MAME on my PC:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nmKqsPxNiQ&feature=youtu.be
And here's the same kind of video, but for add-on games:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_oEdtA_ucs
As you can see, the button response is pretty good, but the sound invariably lags.
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2020.05.22 21:26 phdemented The Origin of the Monsters in Dungeons and Dragons - Part 3

This weeks post was going to be for the Letter D, but it's too large for a single post. Instead, today will just be Devils and Demons!
Part 1: Letters A + B
Part 2: Letter C

This is a really interesting block, with a lot of fascinating roots, ranging from ancient times to modern creations. What starts to appear when you look at the overall scope of monsters, is that they tend to fall into one of the following buckets:
While these don't cover all the creatures, it's an interesting observation of where creatures come from and made their way to D&D. With that, we can get to the next batch of creatures...

Origins of Monsters - D

Daemon
Etymology: Greek daimon (“god, power, fate”), from PIE *daimon (“provider, divider of fortune”), possibly from *da- (“to divide, to allot”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: In Greek mythology, daemons are benevolent spirits. They were broken into two groups; agathodaemon (noble spirit, from agathos (“good/brave”)) and kakodaímōn (from kakós (“bad/evil”)). Generally, they were similar to Arabic Jinn and Roman genius. The D&D daemons are closer to the judeo-christian demons of the middle ages, likely inspired by Dante Allegri and other period art. The following Daemons appeared in AD&D
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daemon_(classical_mythology))

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Arcanadaemon (Arcanaloth)
Etymology: Likely from aracana, from the Latin arcanum (“mystery, secret”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Charon
Etymology: A poetic shortening of the Greek charopōs (“of keen gaze”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Charon was the ferryman of Hades in Greek mythology, who brought the spirits of the dead across the river Styx and Archeron (which divided the world of the living and the dead). The monster entry makes it clear this is a direct conversion of the Greek myth.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charon

Charonadaemon
Etymology: Same as Charon
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Invented creature that assists Charon

Derghodaemon
Etymology: Possibly from Old Irish derg (“red/crimson”), from PIE derg- (“to dim, darken”). The same root as the English word dark.
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Hydrodaemon
Etymology: From the Greek hydro (water)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown, likely called hydrodaemon based on it’s amphibian appearance.

Mezzodaemon (Mezzoloth)
Etymology: Italian mezzo (“half”) + Greek daemon (“spirit”)
First Appearance: Fiend Folio (1981)
Origin: Uncertain; name may be because they inhabit the middle layers of the lower planes along with Nycadaemons.

Nycadaemon (Nycaloth)
Etymology: Possibly from Greek nicto (“night”)
First Appearance: Fiend Folio (1981)
Origin: Uncertain

Oinodaemon (Anthraxus)
Etymology: From Greek anthraks (“an infectious disease of herbivores”). Root of Oinodaemon is uncertain; oînos is Greek for wine, but a connection to the monster is unclear.
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown, but anthrax is a disease common in sheep and cattle. The daemon can cause a powerful disease, and is in charge of various other daemons with disease-based names (Bubonis, Cholerix, Typhus, and Diptherius).

Piscodaemon
Etymology: Likely from picine (“relating to fish”), from the Latin piscis (“fish”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown, but the daemon is a mix of some ocean creatures.

Ultrodaemon (Ultraloth)
Etymology: Possibly from the latin ultro (“afar, beyond”).
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown, but the design of the creature appears similar to the classic “grey alien”, which may fit with the name (from far beyond / outer space)

Yagnodaemon (Yagnoloth)
Etymology: Uncertain; in Hinduism, yajna refers to a ritual sacrifice to the Devas, but there is not a clear connection.
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown (though the art is very reminiscent of the Skrulls or The Abomination from Marvel Comics)
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Demons
Etymology: English demon (“evil spirit, servant of the devil”), from Latin daemōn (“familiar spirit, guardian spirit”), from Greek daímōn (“protective spirit”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Demon refers to different creatures, depending on the time period. The modern usage of the word refers to evil spirits and servants of hell. In Roman and Greek times, a demon was a protective or guardian spirit, that might inhabit a particular location (such as a house spirit) or to a person’s inner spirit (compare to Latin genius). When the region was converted to Christianity, the term was changed to mean an evil spirit. The D&D demons are primarily based on Judeo-Christian lore and mythology of the middle ages. Many pre-Christian gods were called demons as they were considered false-idols. Specific demons in D&D are included below:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demon
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Alu-Demon
First Appearance: First appeared in the tournament version of the S4 - The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1976), later in Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: In Akkadian/Sumerian mythology, Alû is a vengeful spirit. It is a demon with no mouth, ears, or lips, that roams the night and terrifies people as they sleep.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al%C3%BB

Babau
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: The babau (or baubau) is a bogeyman like creature from the Mediterranean. Like the bogeyman, it was used as a threat against children who misbehaved. Reaches from Italy to Egypt (where it is called al-Bu'bu)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogeyman#Babau

Balor
Etymology: Irish, from Celtic boleros (“The Flashing One”)
First Appearance: First appeared (as a Balrog) in the fantasy supplement for Chainmail (1971), first appeared in D&D (as a Balrog) in the original D&D set (1974), and later in the Monster Manual (1977) as a Balor.
Origin: Name of an Irish giant (fomorian). Originally appeared as a Balrog, a powerful demon-like creature of shadow and fire from J.R.R. Tolkien’s Fellowship of the Ring (1954). Chainmail and the original D&D set included many direct lifts from Tolkein (Hobbits, Ents, Orcs, Balrog, etc.) however many names were eventually changed due to legal reasons. The Balrog was renamed the Balor, which is the name of the leader of the Fomorians, a race of monstrous giants that were opponents of the first mythological settlers of Ireland (the Tuath Dé Danann). Balor was a powerful demonic giant, who killed the king of the Tuath Dé, but was slain in turn by his grandson Lugh. The appearance of the Balor is clearly based on the Balrog, even including the Balrog’s sword and many-tailed whip.
“It came to the edge of the fire and the light faded as if a cloud had bent over it. Then with a rush it leaped across the fissure. The flames roared up to greet it, and wreathed about it; and a black smoke swirled in the air. Its streaming mane kindled, and blazed behind it. In its right hand was a blade like a stabbing tongue of fire; in its left it held a whip of many thongs.”
J.R.R. Tolkein, The Fellowship of the Ring, 1954

Bar-Lgura
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Listed in Lewis Spence’s An Encyclopedia of Occultism (1920) as “Bar-Lgura : (Semitic demon ) : Sits on the roofs of houses and leaps on the inhabitants. People so afflicted are called d'baregara.”, though it is unclear what his source for this is.

Demon, Baphomet
Etymology: Medieval Latin baphometh, from Occitan bafometz. A corruption of Mahomet, the Latinisation of Mohammad in the 11th century by crusaders..
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: A likely invented pagan deity/idol created by Christian folklore, from a combination of various older gods. Appeared in the 14th century as a pagan idol during the inquisition of the Knights Templar.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baphomet

Cambion
Etymology: Possibly from the Italian cambio (“exchange, change”) from the Latin cambio (“exchange, barter”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: In medieval mythology, a cambion is a half-human offspring of a demon and a human. Caliban (from Shakespeare’s The Tempest) was a cambion.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cambion

Chasme
Etymology: Possibly from the Greek chasme (“Chasm/Abyss”) or the Turkish Chesme (“a water spirit”)
First Appearance: First appeared in the tournament version of the S4 - The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1976), later in Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Demogorgon
Etymology: Possibly from the Greek daemon (“spirit”) + gorgos (“terrible”). Alternately, a misread of the Greek demiurge (“craftsman”, referring to the creator of the universe), and accusative form of which is dēmiourgón. A name attributed to a pagan god or demon, dating to the 4th century.
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Possible a grammatical error in a translation is the source of the name. The oldest mention of the name is in the commentary of Statius’s Thebaid, made in the 4th century by Lactantius Placidus. In one manuscript, the author says of Statius, Dicit deum Demogorgona summum, cuius scire nomen non licet ("He is speaking of the Demogorgon, the supreme god, whose name it is not permitted to know"). The word took on it’s own life, and by the middle ages, Demogorgon was considered an ancient god, and is referred to in texts as demon, and became incorporated into Christian mythology as a demon of hell.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demogorgon
“Or Spirit of the nethermost Abyss
Might in that noise reside, of whom to ask
Which way the neerest coast of darkness lyes
Bordering on light; when strait behold the Throne
Of Chaos, and his dark Pavilion spread
Wide on the wasteful Deep; with him Enthron'd
Sat Sable-vested Night, eldest of things,
The Consort of his Reign; and by them stood
Orcus and Ades, and the dreaded name
Of Demogorgon; Rumor next and Chance,
And Tumult and Confusion all imbroild,
And Discord with a thousand various mouths.”
-John Milton, Paradise Lost, 1667

Dretch
Etymology: From Middle English dretchen, from Old English dreccan (“to vex/torment/oppress”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Fraz-Urb’luu
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: First appeared in the tournament version of the S4 - The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1976), later in Monster Manual II (1983). Also appeared in Gary Gygax’s Gord novels
Origin: Based on a demon from Gygax’s Castle Greyhawk campaign.

Glabrezu
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Created by Gary Gygax

Graz’zt
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: First appeared in the tournament version of the S4 - The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1976), later in Monster Manual II (1983). Also appeared in Gary Gygax’s Gord novels
Origin: Possibly based on a demon from Gygax’s Castle Greyhawk campaign.

Goristro
Etymology: Likely a play on gore (“to pierce with a horn”)
First Appearance: First appeared in Planes of Chaos (1994), a 2nd Edition AD&D Planescape book.
Origin: Unknown, name likely based on its having bull-like horns

Hezrou
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Created by Gary Gygax

Juiblex
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Invented by Gary Gygax

Kostchtchie
Etymology: Russian
First Appearance: First appeared in the tournament version of the S4 - The Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth (1976), later in Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Russian folklore; Koschei is an antagonist in various Russian stories. He hides his sole inside nested objects to protect it, preventing him from being killed.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koschei

Lolth
First Appearance: First appeared in D1-2 Descent into the Depths of the Earth (1978), later Fiend Folio (1981)
Origin: Created by Gary Gygax

Manes
Etymology: From Latin manes (“spirit of the dead”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: In roman mythology, manes are the souls of the dead, similar to Lates and Lemures. Considered deities of the underworld, Roman graves often included an inscription D.M. (diis manibus, “for the ghost-gods”), or “for the manes”. Manes were offered blood sacrifices, and possibly were honored at gladiatorial games.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manes
“Apuleius "says, indeed, that the souls of men are demons, and that men become Lares if they are good, Lemures or Larvae if they are bad, and Manes if it is uncertain whether they deserve well or ill... He also states that the blessed are called in Greek εὐδαίμονες [eudaimones], because they are good souls, that is to say, good demons, confirming his opinion that the souls of men are demons.”
-Augustine of Hippo, City of God, 5th Century

Marilith
Etymology: Possibly a portmanteau of Mara (a Buddhist demon) and Lilith (a Mesopotamian demoness).
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Appearance evokes images of Hindu and Buddhist demons, with multiple arms and animal features. For example, the battle between Sinbad and Kali (Golden Voyage of Sinbad, 1974) included a 6-arm sword wielded creature.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROssbvtE41U

Nabassu
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Nalfeshnee
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Created by Gary Gygax

Orcus
Etymology: From the roman god Orcus, from the Greek god Horkos (orkos, “Oath”)
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Orcus was a Roman god of the underworld and punisher of broken oaths. The name was also used as a general term for the underworld (similar to Hades). Being a god of the underworld, he was conflated with demons and hell in Christian lore, and orco became used as a name for any man-eating monster.. It is possible that the French word ogre comes from orco. The name was also used by J.R.R. Tolkein for the race of Orcs.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orcus

Pazuzu
Etymology: Akkadian 𒀭𒅆𒊒𒍪𒍪 pà.zu.zu
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Assyrian/Babylonian, Pazuzu (or Fazuzu/Pazuza) was the king of demons of the wind, son of the god Hanbi. Pazuzu represented the southwestern wind, and was the bearer of storms and drought. The main antagonist of the film The Exorcist was identified as the demon Pazuzu.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pazuzu

Rutterkin
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Taken from the name of the familiar (the cat) of Joan Flower, one of the witches of Belvoir. The witches of Belvoir were three women in England accused of witchcraft in 1619.
http://www.thebookofdays.com/months/march/11.htm

Succubus
Etymology: From Latin succuba (“strumpet”), from succubare (“to lie under”) from sub (“under”) + cubara (“to lie down”).
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: A demon or spirit from the Middle Ages, that would seduce men. The male incarnate was called an incubus.

Vrock
Etymology: From Swedish vråk (“vulture”)
First Appearance: First appeared in the original D&D Eldritch Wizardry Supplement (1976) by Dave Arneson, later in the Monster Manual (1977)

Yeenoghu
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Created by Gary Gygax

Yochlol (Handmaiden of Lolth)
First Appearance: First appeared in the module Q1 – Queen of the Demonweb Pits (Sutherland/Gygax), later in Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown inspiration
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Devils
Etymology: From Old English dēofol, from Ancient Greek diabolos (“accuser, slanderer”) from dia (“across”) + bállō (“throw”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: A mix of various Judeo-Christian demons. In Christian mythology, the Devil is used as another name for the Judeo-Christian Satan (from Hebrew satán, “Opponent”), though it can slo be used to describe any evil being. The devils in D&D are (like the demons) based on a range of demonic characters from mythology.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devil
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Abishai
Etymology: Hebrew (“Father of a gift”)
First Appearance: First appeared in Dragon #75, later in Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Abishai was a Biblical figure, a nephew of King David, and was a military leader under David. In the book of Samuel, there is the following passage of King David rebuking Abishai: “What have I to do with you, O sons of Zeruiah, that you should this day be an adversary to me? Should any man be put to death in Israel today?” (2 Sa 19:22). In Hebrew, the word adversary is satan, which may be how Abishai’s name became associated with the devil, though in context it is clear this is not the literal meaning of the passage.

Amon
Etymology: Egyptian
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Amun (Amon) was an Egyptian deity and patron of Thebes. As Amun-Ra, he was a creator deity and became viewed as the chief deity above the other Egyptian gods. Later, Amon was listed as a demon in the Ars Goetia (a section of the Lesser Key of Solomon, a 17th century grimoire). Amon was a Marquis of hell, who appeared as a wolf with a serpent’s tail or a man with a dog’s teeth in the head of a raven.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amun

Asmodeus
Etymology: From Greek asmodaios or from Hebrew asgmedai, possibly from Avestan aēšma-daēva (“wrath demon”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: In Judeo-Islamic lore, Asmodeus is a prince of demons or the king of earthly spirits (shedim/jinn). Possibly taken from the Zoroastrian aēšma-daēva, a demon of wrath.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asmodeus
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeshma

Baalzebul
Etymology: From Latin, beelzebub, from the Hebrew ba'al zebub (“lord of the flies”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Taken from the name of a Philistine god, worshiped in Ekron, which was adapted in Abrahamic religion as a demon. Often associated with the Canaanite god Ba’al. In Christian lore, it may be used as another name for the Devil, or a name of a demon in hell. In ancient Semetic languages, Baal/Ba’al is an honorific that means “Lord” and used to identify several gods.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beelzebub

Dispater
Etymology: From Latin Dis (“wealthy”) + Pater (father).
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: In Roman mythology, Dis Pater was a roman god of the underworld. The name was sometimes shortened to simply Dis, which became used as a name for the underworld (similar to Hades and Hell, which are named after the Greek and Nordic gods Hades and Hel). In Dante’s *The Inferno (*1320), the lower levels of Hell are referred to as the City of Dis.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%C4%ABs_Pater

Bael
Etymology: Semitic Ba’al (Lord), used for various patron gods.
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: In the Ars Goetia (17th century), Baal/Bael was the King of Hell. He had three heads (toad/man/cat). The name was taken from Baal-berith (Lord of the Covenant), a god worshipped in ancient Israel, mentioned in the Bible.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bael_(demon))

Barbed Devil (Hamatula)
Etymology: Uncertain, but if based on Barbatos/Barbas, then Barbed would be from the Latin barbatus (“bearded”).
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Possibly based on Barbatos, one of the dukes up hell listed in the Ars Goetia (17th century), or Barbas (a president of hell) from the save source. Source of Hamatula is uncertain.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbatos
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marbas

Belial
Etymology: Hebrew Bəlīyaʿal (“worthless”), from beli (“without”) + ya’al (“value”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: A term in the Hebrew Bible to refer to "worthless men" such as idolaters and the wicked sons of Eli, later personified as a demon, such as in John Milton’s Paradise Lost (1667) and the Lesser Key of Solomon.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belial

Bearded Devil (Barbazu)
Etymology: Latin barbatus (“bearded”).
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Possibly based on Barbatos, one of the dukes up hell listed in the Ars Goetia (17th century), or Barbas (a president of hell) from the save source (see Barbed Devil)

Bone Devil (Osyluth)
Etymology: From the root osteo (“bone”), from Greek ostéon (“bone”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Uncertain

Chain Devil (Kyton)
Etymology: Uncertain
First Appearance: Monstrous Compendium Annual, Volume Three (1996, 2nd edition AD&D)
Origin: Uncertain

Erinyes
Etymology: from Greek erinys (“Avengers”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: The Erinyes also known as the Furies, were female chthonic deities of vengeance in ancient Greek religion and mythology. A formulaic oath in the Iliad invokes them as "the Erinyes, that under earth take vengeance on men, whosoever hath sworn a false oath".
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erinyes

Glasya
Etymology: Uncertain
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: In demonology, Glasya-Labolas is a Count or President of Hell, depicted as a dog with the wings of an eagle (see The Lesser Key of Solomon).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glasya-Labolas

Geryon:
Etymology: Greek
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Name of a giant of Greek myth, the grandson of Medusa. Described as a monster with human faces, and various numbers of heads, limbs, and wings, depending on the teller. Heracles encounters Geryon in his 10th labor, and slays the giant with an arrow dipped in the venomous blood of the Lernaean Hydra. In Dante’s The Inferno, Geyron appears as the “Monster of Fraud”, with dragon-like wings and the body of a wyvern including a poisonous tail. The appearance in the Monster Manual closely matches Dante’s version.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geryon

Horned Devil (Malebranche)
Etymology: Italian malebranche (“evil claws”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: In Dante’s Divine Comedy, they are quarrelsome demons who punish corrupt politicians.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malebranche_(Divine_Comedy))

Hutijin
Etymology: Unknown
First Appearance: First appeared in Dragon #75, later in Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Ice Devil (Gelugon)
Etymology: Uncertain; in A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language (1888), it is defined as “falsified”, but no clear connection to the creature can be found.
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Uncertain, but in Dante’s Divine Comedy, the innermost rings of hell are frozen, with Lucifer himself trapped in a lake of ice.

Lemure
Etymology: From Latin lemures (“spirits of the night”), evil spirits of the dead.
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: In Roman mythology, lemures may represent the wandering and vengeful spirits of those not afforded proper burial, funeral rites or affectionate cult by the living: they are thus not attested by tomb or votive inscriptions. Ovid interprets them as vagrant, unsatiated and potentially vengeful di manes or di parentes, ancestral gods or spirits of the underworld.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemures

Mammon
Etymology: Possibly from Late Latin mammon, from Greek mammonas, from Aramaic māmōnā (“riches”), from Hebrew mamón (“money”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: A personified deity of wealth and greed; appears in the Christian New Testament.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mammon

Mephistopheles
Etymology: Likely a made up name, portmanteau of Hebrew mepthitz (“destroyer”) + German tophel (“liar”) or Greek me (“negating”) + phos (“light”) + philis (“loving”), meaning "not loving light" (a parody of Lucifer).
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: A demon of German folklore. Originates from the 16th century legend of Faust; a man who wagers his soul with the devil (named Mephistopheles). Based (loosely) on a real person (Dr Johann Georg Faust 1480-1540).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mephistopheles

Moloch
Etymology: From the Semitic root m-l-k (“king”)
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: An ancient Ammonite god, worshipped by the Canaanites and Phoenicians. In the Hebrew Bible (Deuteronomy/Leviticus), Moloch is an example of idolatry, associated with child sacrifice.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moloch

Nupperibo
Etymology: Japanese
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: The name is taken from Japanese mythology. The Noppera-bo is a faceless ghost (yokai) that takes delight in terrifying the living, but is otherwise harmless.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noppera-b%C5%8D

Pit Fiend
First Appearance: Monster Manual (1977)
Origin: Uncertain, design is of a generic classic demonic creature, but it is not clearly linked to any source.

Spined Devil (Spinagon)
Etymology: Uncertain, but Spinagon is likely just a twist on “spine”
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: Unknown

Styx
Etymology: The river Styx, in Greek mythology.
First Appearance: Fiend Folio (1981)
Origin: Uncertain, but the river Styx exists in Hades, later associated with hell.

Titivilus
Etymology: Uncertain
First Appearance: Monster Manual II (1983)
Origin: A demon who was blamed for introducing errors into the works of scribes. First referenced in 1285. Described as collecting idle chat or skipped words during service, taking them to hell to be counted against the offenders.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titivillus
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2020.05.20 04:01 Chivo-Martillo Fiber Internet DIY pfSense - Fiber Transceiver & Switch Questions

This is a long read but it reflects the invested research time into setting up a home network upgrade to fiber internet service with the potential to upgrade to 10gbit service. The post is actually pasted from my document I am working on to share the journey and instructions with others. It also reflects the days of reading that were dedicated to this before asking the questions at the end of the post.
If any additional advice or questions are warranted - I greatly look forward to the dialogue.

Introduction

I have recently moved to Singapore with my family and will be here for the next three years. After settling into our new home, we started to implement some creature comforts such as internet because our cell phone data plans were becoming troublesome due to data limits with pre-paid SIM cards. We opted to do business with Singtel and acquired cell phone plans in addition to an internet and home phone plan. Regarding our internet plan, Singtel provided the standard of what most internet service providers (ISPs) lease to customers in the United States. Most technical folks will find the hardware and software lacking and will desire to upgrade this equipment after cursory investigation.
After researching some of the articles available from Singtel regarding fiber internet options, I concluded to investigate further outside of their site. There have been some forum posts dating as far back as 2010 but nothing truly comprehensive or concrete in the past three years. My first Google Search displayed nearly nothing which I was looking for and ultimately led to a deep dive about fiber internet technology.

Hardware & Software to Run It All

There are countless articles written on a variety of off the shelf equipment and software to utilize for home networking needs. In the beginning of my network tinkering in the late 1990s, I was investing into Linksys Wireless Routers that allowed for flashing custom firmware. DD-WRT and Open-WRT would become the tipping point to my dabbling and passion for network configuration and research. Nowadays I have been running pfSense since roughly 2003 and have only done vague investigations into custom firmware due to the hardware pfSense can run on. For the sake of this research revolving around gigabit fiber, my goal was to build a device that could facilitate small to medium businesses to future proof the device.

Network Router + Firewall

The website “The Geek Pub” has a great article, “The Best pfSense Hardware for Businesses” which I reviewed. Based upon the very first recommendation, the goal is to run the SuperMicro SuperServer E300-8D server. The equipment has two SFP+ Ports allowing for up to 10G each. The goal would be to connect the incoming fiber from the ISP to one port, and the other to a 10G Base-T Ethernet Switch.

Network Switches

The goal would be to future proof for the long-term. I see the options being potentially the NETGEAR 10-Port Multi-Gigabit/10G Smart Managed Pro PoE Switch (MS510TXPP) or the NETGEAR 8-Port 10G Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switch (XS708E). The latter being significantly future proof but lacking the PoE that I use for other equipment. (Power-over-Ethernet [PoE] Wireless Access Points [WAP]) The WAP do not require anything over a gigabit – so I would be wasting a port on the 10Gig switch – which is why I plan to keep the other 1-gigabit PoE Switch in service.

Fiber Internet Starting Point

I cannot recall how I landed at Tutorials Point’s article, FTTH – Quick Guide, but I am thankful that I somehow reached it! The article starts with the most basic concepts of Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and what optical fiber technology entails. I have no affiliation with the site but if you are interested in supporting them for this article, they sell the FTTH Tutorial as a PDF from their site. Additionally, if you plan to go over FTTH in depth, the FTTH Tutorial is the comprehensive review on the site.
For the sake of preparing to upgrade your home equipment for fiber internet, I highly recommend reviewing the FTTH – Quick Guide from beginning to end. There will be sections describing how the technology works, terminology, comparing prior networking technologies, technology standards, etc. There were many new terms and acronyms that I learned along the way and would help my future Google Searches be more successful.

Popular and Regular Terms

Optical Access Network (OAN): The Optical Access Network is an access network towards the network side, it is also known as SNI (Service Network Interface). Up-link ports of OLT connects with L2 Switch Ring of access network. All other in-between components such as ODF/FDMS connected towards SNI comes under the Optical Access Network.
Optical Distribution Network (ODN): In a PON Technology towards downstream side, all passive components from the PON Port of OLT to the PON Port of ONT come under Optical Distribution Network. Normally, Splitter and ODF/FDMS come under this category.
Optical Line Termination (OLT): A Central Office (CO) equipment provides PON with the various network interfaces. One OLT serves multiple ONTs through PON Downstream transmission, i.e., from OLT to ONT is usually TDM. Upstream traffic, i.e., from ONT to OLT is usually TDMA. PON system may be either symmetrical or asymmetrical.
Optical Network Termination (ONT)/ Optical Network Unit (ONU): An Optical Network Termination is a Customer Premises Equipment that provides user interfaces to the customer.
Physical Reach: The maximum physical distance for a transmission system. ‘Physical reach’ is the maximum physical distance between the ONU/ONT and the OLT. In GPON, two options for the physical reach: 10 km and 20 km.
Bit Rate: GPON aims at transmission speeds greater than or equal to 1.2 Gbps. Accordingly, GPON identifies two transmission speed combinations as follows −
· 1.2 Gbps up, 2.4 Gbps down
· 2.4 Gbps up, 2.4 Gbps down
The most important bit rate is 1.2 Gbps upstream and 2.4 Gbps downstream, constituting nearly all the deployed and planned deployment of the GPON systems.
Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): A way of providing FTTH through a Gigabit Passive Optical Network, or GPON. GPON is a point-to-multipoint access network. Its main characteristic is the use of passive splitters in the fiber distribution network, enabling one single feeding fiber from the provider to serve multiple homes and small businesses. GPON has a downstream capacity of 2.488 Gb/s and an upstream capacity of 1.244 Gbp/s shared among users. Encryption is used to keep each user’s data secured and private from other users. Although there are other technologies that could provide fiber to the home, passive optical networks (PONs) like GPON are generally considered the strongest candidate for widespread deployments.
Ten-Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (XG-PON): The “X” in XG is based from the Roman Numeral X or 10. After GPON development, FSAAN and ITU-T started working on Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 1 (NG-PON1) with the following features:
· Low cost product
· Large Capacity
· Wide Coverage
· Backward compatibility
NG-PONs are divided into two phases by FSAN based on the current application demand and technology
· NG PON1 − NGPON1 is backward compatible with legacy GPON ODNs. NG-PON1 has an asymmetric 10G system with 10G downstream/download and 2.5G upstream/upload speed. This NG-PON1 is enhanced TDM PON system from GPON.
· NG PON2 – to be defined later
The main feature of NG-PON1 is to provide higher bandwidth than GPON as the same time. It should be backward compatible with the existing GPON network, which will reduce the operator’s cost. This NG-PON defined by the FSAN and ITU-T is known as XG-PON1.
FSAN and ITU-T has defined the following data rates for XG-PON1:
· Downstream Data Rate − 10G
· Upstream Data Rate − 2.5G
Upstream data rate of 2.5G is twice the upstream data rate of GPON. Apart from all elements of GPON, ODN (optical distribution network) can be reused in XG-PON1 network.
By adding only 10G downstream card in the existing GPON OLT, the GPON enhanced to XG-PON1.

Singtel & FTTH Research

After getting a better understanding of what FTTH is, I opted to review the Singtel site again to determine if I could discover any hardware insights from their equipment. My Google Search for specifically Singapore + Singtel + pfSense resulted in nothing of value and decided to navigate to the Singtel site and visit the FAQ and Support Pages.

Singtel Support Page

I decided to see if I could find any information from the Singtel Support Page and determine the model number of Optical Network Termination (ONT) (Terminals on their site). They had broken down the sections by equipment types. Those listed were Router Guides, Optical Network Terminals (ONT) LED Troubleshooting, and OPTICAL NETWORK Router (ONR) LED TROUBLESHOOTING. (Not sure what happened regarding CAPS LOCK for the final section on the site) The ONT Section caught my eye initially but ultimately did not display any of the equipment models nor imagery of the equipment aside of the front LEDs display. The only crumb of information I had was in the ONR section which clearly indicated the equipment Make and Model as “Huawei HG8224H ONR.”

Investing Extra Time with Google

Since the Singtel Support Page did not specifically provide models for their equipment I had to do manuals searches and find the information I was looking for through a combination of Google Images and external vendor support pages. I was eventually able to find the information below regarding the equipment.

Singtel ONT Models

· ALU ONT = Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia) G-240G-C (GPON ITU-T G.984.3, G.988)
· Ericsson ONT = Ericsson T063G (GPON ITU-T G.984. 1-5)
· ZTE ONT = ZTE ZXA10 F620G (GPON ITU-T G.984. 1-4, G.983.1, G.983.3)
What was also discovered by looking at all these models was the standards at which they operated for Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON). This made me pay more attention to the standards provided by the ITU and I wanted to review what was available from a high level review to determine if there would be any concerns regarding the type of optical module acquired. What consistently showed across all three devices was the ITU-T G.984.x standards which I then investigated further on the ITU site. I started with the first iteration at G.984.1 and reviewed the free PDF provided by their site. The table of contents then provided me the standards which to pay the most attention to.
https://imgur.com/rMiFkgw
Figure 1. Standards Information for ITU-T regarding Digital Line Systems
I then took to the individual Singtel ONT devices GPON Standards and the ITU Standards page again to capture all the information regarding G.980-G.989 that was relevant to those specific models for my investigation which I have highlighted in the following list below.
https://imgur.com/VlICabB
Figure 2. List of applicable ITU Standards for Singtel ONT equipment

Huawei Investigation

The Singtel site may have succeeding in getting me the best piece of information I had found so far but further investigation on the Huawei site was the next step. My Google Search for Huawei was able to provide me immediately with the Huawei Support page for the EchoLife HG8244H equipment but any information on the site was behind a paywall. I attempted to access the information via SMS Verification but did not work from my mobile phone. Once that effort resulted in no additional access to the support materials, I moved on to other Google Search results.

Manuals Lib – The Ultimate Manuals Library

Once again, the various pages and searches I was running simultaneously led me to this discovery and sadly how is what I cannot recall. The manual for the “EchoLife” device and its various iterations was now available to me, and more specifically the Physical Specifications and Protocols and Standards.

Investigating the Optical Options

Based upon the information from the EchoLife equipment manual, the specifications for the Protocols and Standards supported the additional research on the Singtel ONT equipment and would grant the ability to finally start a Google Search that would help shopping for a fiber transceiver.
This topic provides the protocols and standards which the ports of the ONT comply with.
· GPON: ITU-T G.984
· VoIP: H.248, SIP, G.711A/u, G.729a/b, and T.38
· Multicast: IGMPv2, IGMPv3, and IGMP snooping
· Routing: NAT, NAPT, and ALG
· Ethernet: IEEE 802.3ab
· USB: USB 1.1/USB 2.0
· Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11n
Table 1. Protocols and Standards for the EchoLife ONR Model provided by Singtel.
A simple Google Search brings you conveniently to the standards page with the first hit! Once on the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) site, I modified the URL to take me to the various standards to read more into each highlighted in Figures 1 & 2.

What type of Transceiver?

Now that there was a multitude of devices that had similar specifications in their manuals, the next step was to start doing a Google Search that asked the question, “What type of fiber module is required for fiber internet GPON?” One of the results that captured my attention was the question of “SFPs: B+ and C+ - What’s the Difference.” The SFP B+ specification was within one of the Singtel ONT devices’ manual. (The T063G Network Interface description to be exact)

Conclusion and Request for Support

This is where my efforts have come to a head and I am coming to a much larger community for input and advice. I hope that with what is shared I can make this into a post which many others can benefit from as a starting point – which will then be supplemented with a much more involved “How-To” including QoS, VLAN, configuration, some before and after pictures, etc.

The Intended End-State

· Measure twice, cut once. I have done all this research with the intent to have the equipment be suitable for the near and far future. (10Gbit fiber / copper internet)
o Am I right for believing XG-PON / NG-PON1 are to be compatible with GPON due to the ITU standard indicating backwards compatibility?
· Affordability / Compatibility. Since this device will be a FreeBSD – pfSense build, the drivers for any transceiver would need to be compatible with this OS and server chassis
· Recommendation(s) for transceivers between SuperMicro Server and 10gbit switch?
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2020.05.20 03:57 Chivo-Martillo Fiber Internet DIY pfSense - Fiber Transceiver & Switch Questions - SINGTEL ISP

Fiber Internet DIY pfSense - Fiber Transceiver & Switch Questions - SINGTEL ISP
This is a long read but it reflects the invested research time into setting up a home network upgrade to fiber internet service with the potential to upgrade to 10gbit service. The post is actually pasted from my document I am working on to share the journey and instructions with others. It also reflects the days of reading that were dedicated to this before asking the questions at the end of the post.
If any additional advice or questions are warranted - I greatly look forward to the dialogue.

Introduction

I have recently moved to Singapore with my family and will be here for the next three years. After settling into our new home, we started to implement some creature comforts such as internet because our cell phone data plans were becoming troublesome due to data limits with pre-paid SIM cards. We opted to do business with Singtel and acquired cell phone plans in addition to an internet and home phone plan. Regarding our internet plan, Singtel provided the standard of what most internet service providers (ISPs) lease to customers in the United States. Most technical folks will find the hardware and software lacking and will desire to upgrade this equipment after cursory investigation.
After researching some of the articles available from Singtel regarding fiber internet options, I concluded to investigate further outside of their site. There have been some forum posts dating as far back as 2010 but nothing truly comprehensive or concrete in the past three years. My first Google Search displayed nearly nothing which I was looking for and ultimately led to a deep dive about fiber internet technology.

Hardware & Software to Run It All

There are countless articles written on a variety of off the shelf equipment and software to utilize for home networking needs. In the beginning of my network tinkering in the late 1990s, I was investing into Linksys Wireless Routers that allowed for flashing custom firmware. DD-WRT and Open-WRT would become the tipping point to my dabbling and passion for network configuration and research. Nowadays I have been running pfSense since roughly 2003 and have only done vague investigations into custom firmware due to the hardware pfSense can run on. For the sake of this research revolving around gigabit fiber, my goal was to build a device that could facilitate small to medium businesses to future proof the device.

Network Router + Firewall

The website “The Geek Pub” has a great article, “The Best pfSense Hardware for Businesses” which I reviewed. Based upon the very first recommendation, the goal is to run the SuperMicro SuperServer E300-8D server. The equipment has two SFP+ Ports allowing for up to 10G each. The goal would be to connect the incoming fiber from the ISP to one port, and the other to a 10G Base-T Ethernet Switch.

Network Switches

The goal would be to future proof for the long-term. I see the options being potentially the NETGEAR 10-Port Multi-Gigabit/10G Smart Managed Pro PoE Switch (MS510TXPP) or the NETGEAR 8-Port 10G Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switch (XS708E). The latter being significantly future proof but lacking the PoE that I use for other equipment. (Power-over-Ethernet [PoE] Wireless Access Points [WAP]) The WAP do not require anything over a gigabit – so I would be wasting a port on the 10Gig switch – which is why I plan to keep the other 1-gigabit PoE Switch in service.

Fiber Internet Starting Point

I cannot recall how I landed at Tutorials Point’s article, FTTH – Quick Guide, but I am thankful that I somehow reached it! The article starts with the most basic concepts of Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and what optical fiber technology entails. I have no affiliation with the site but if you are interested in supporting them for this article, they sell the FTTH Tutorial as a PDF from their site. Additionally, if you plan to go over FTTH in depth, the FTTH Tutorial is the comprehensive review on the site.
For the sake of preparing to upgrade your home equipment for fiber internet, I highly recommend reviewing the FTTH – Quick Guide from beginning to end. There will be sections describing how the technology works, terminology, comparing prior networking technologies, technology standards, etc. There were many new terms and acronyms that I learned along the way and would help my future Google Searches be more successful.

Popular and Regular Terms

Optical Access Network (OAN): The Optical Access Network is an access network towards the network side, it is also known as SNI (Service Network Interface). Up-link ports of OLT connects with L2 Switch Ring of access network. All other in-between components such as ODF/FDMS connected towards SNI comes under the Optical Access Network.
Optical Distribution Network (ODN): In a PON Technology towards downstream side, all passive components from the PON Port of OLT to the PON Port of ONT come under Optical Distribution Network. Normally, Splitter and ODF/FDMS come under this category.
Optical Line Termination (OLT): A Central Office (CO) equipment provides PON with the various network interfaces. One OLT serves multiple ONTs through PON Downstream transmission, i.e., from OLT to ONT is usually TDM. Upstream traffic, i.e., from ONT to OLT is usually TDMA. PON system may be either symmetrical or asymmetrical.
Optical Network Termination (ONT)/ Optical Network Unit (ONU): An Optical Network Termination is a Customer Premises Equipment that provides user interfaces to the customer.
Physical Reach: The maximum physical distance for a transmission system. ‘Physical reach’ is the maximum physical distance between the ONU/ONT and the OLT. In GPON, two options for the physical reach: 10 km and 20 km.
Bit Rate: GPON aims at transmission speeds greater than or equal to 1.2 Gbps. Accordingly, GPON identifies two transmission speed combinations as follows −
· 1.2 Gbps up, 2.4 Gbps down
· 2.4 Gbps up, 2.4 Gbps down
The most important bit rate is 1.2 Gbps upstream and 2.4 Gbps downstream, constituting nearly all the deployed and planned deployment of the GPON systems.
Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): A way of providing FTTH through a Gigabit Passive Optical Network, or GPON. GPON is a point-to-multipoint access network. Its main characteristic is the use of passive splitters in the fiber distribution network, enabling one single feeding fiber from the provider to serve multiple homes and small businesses. GPON has a downstream capacity of 2.488 Gb/s and an upstream capacity of 1.244 Gbp/s shared among users. Encryption is used to keep each user’s data secured and private from other users. Although there are other technologies that could provide fiber to the home, passive optical networks (PONs) like GPON are generally considered the strongest candidate for widespread deployments.
Ten-Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (XG-PON): The “X” in XG is based from the Roman Numeral X or 10. After GPON development, FSAAN and ITU-T started working on Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 1 (NG-PON1) with the following features:
· Low cost product
· Large Capacity
· Wide Coverage
· Backward compatibility
NG-PONs are divided into two phases by FSAN based on the current application demand and technology
· NG PON1 − NGPON1 is backward compatible with legacy GPON ODNs. NG-PON1 has an asymmetric 10G system with 10G downstream/download and 2.5G upstream/upload speed. This NG-PON1 is enhanced TDM PON system from GPON.
· NG PON2 – to be defined later
The main feature of NG-PON1 is to provide higher bandwidth than GPON as the same time. It should be backward compatible with the existing GPON network, which will reduce the operator’s cost. This NG-PON defined by the FSAN and ITU-T is known as XG-PON1.
FSAN and ITU-T has defined the following data rates for XG-PON1:
· Downstream Data Rate − 10G
· Upstream Data Rate − 2.5G
Upstream data rate of 2.5G is twice the upstream data rate of GPON. Apart from all elements of GPON, ODN (optical distribution network) can be reused in XG-PON1 network.
By adding only 10G downstream card in the existing GPON OLT, the GPON enhanced to XG-PON1.

Singtel & FTTH Research

After getting a better understanding of what FTTH is, I opted to review the Singtel site again to determine if I could discover any hardware insights from their equipment. My Google Search for specifically Singapore + Singtel + pfSense resulted in nothing of value and decided to navigate to the Singtel site and visit the FAQ and Support Pages.

Singtel Support Page

I decided to see if I could find any information from the Singtel Support Page and determine the model number of Optical Network Termination (ONT) (Terminals on their site). They had broken down the sections by equipment types. Those listed were Router Guides, Optical Network Terminals (ONT) LED Troubleshooting, and OPTICAL NETWORK Router (ONR) LED TROUBLESHOOTING. (Not sure what happened regarding CAPS LOCK for the final section on the site) The ONT Section caught my eye initially but ultimately did not display any of the equipment models nor imagery of the equipment aside of the front LEDs display. The only crumb of information I had was in the ONR section which clearly indicated the equipment Make and Model as “Huawei HG8224H ONR.”

Investing Extra Time with Google

Since the Singtel Support Page did not specifically provide models for their equipment I had to do manuals searches and find the information I was looking for through a combination of Google Images and external vendor support pages. I was eventually able to find the information below regarding the equipment.

Singtel ONT Models

· ALU ONT = Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia) G-240G-C (GPON ITU-T G.984.3, G.988)
· Ericsson ONT = Ericsson T063G (GPON ITU-T G.984. 1-5)
· ZTE ONT = ZTE ZXA10 F620G (GPON ITU-T G.984. 1-4, G.983.1, G.983.3)
What was also discovered by looking at all these models was the standards at which they operated for Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON). This made me pay more attention to the standards provided by the ITU and I wanted to review what was available from a high level review to determine if there would be any concerns regarding the type of optical module acquired. What consistently showed across all three devices was the ITU-T G.984.x standards which I then investigated further on the ITU site. I started with the first iteration at G.984.1 and reviewed the free PDF provided by their site. The table of contents then provided me the standards which to pay the most attention to.

https://preview.redd.it/hdjedzl3ttz41.png?width=1214&format=png&auto=webp&s=cb4948b5f03d86bb4eeeaa3bcec877cdf3530a43
Figure 1. Standards Information for ITU-T regarding Digital Line Systems
I then took to the individual Singtel ONT devices GPON Standards and the ITU Standards page again to capture all the information regarding G.980-G.989 that was relevant to those specific models for my investigation which I have highlighted in the following list below.

https://preview.redd.it/0ahezl15ttz41.png?width=1070&format=png&auto=webp&s=138b8824e2cbb1fd8c0452ac81cd4ee58b2df6e5
Figure 2. List of applicable ITU Standards for Singtel ONT equipment

Huawei Investigation

The Singtel site may have succeeding in getting me the best piece of information I had found so far but further investigation on the Huawei site was the next step. My Google Search for Huawei was able to provide me immediately with the Huawei Support page for the EchoLife HG8244H equipment but any information on the site was behind a paywall. I attempted to access the information via SMS Verification but did not work from my mobile phone. Once that effort resulted in no additional access to the support materials, I moved on to other Google Search results.

Manuals Lib – The Ultimate Manuals Library

Once again, the various pages and searches I was running simultaneously led me to this discovery and sadly how is what I cannot recall. The manual for the “EchoLife” device and its various iterations was now available to me, and more specifically the Physical Specifications and Protocols and Standards.

Investigating the Optical Options

Based upon the information from the EchoLife equipment manual, the specifications for the Protocols and Standards supported the additional research on the Singtel ONT equipment and would grant the ability to finally start a Google Search that would help shopping for a fiber transceiver.
This topic provides the protocols and standards which the ports of the ONT comply with.
· GPON: ITU-T G.984
· VoIP: H.248, SIP, G.711A/u, G.729a/b, and T.38
· Multicast: IGMPv2, IGMPv3, and IGMP snooping
· Routing: NAT, NAPT, and ALG
· Ethernet: IEEE 802.3ab
· USB: USB 1.1/USB 2.0
· Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11n
Table 1. Protocols and Standards for the EchoLife ONR Model provided by Singtel.
A simple Google Search brings you conveniently to the standards page with the first hit! Once on the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) site, I modified the URL to take me to the various standards to read more into each highlighted in Figures 1 & 2.

What type of Transceiver?

Now that there was a multitude of devices that had similar specifications in their manuals, the next step was to start doing a Google Search that asked the question, “What type of fiber module is required for fiber internet GPON?” One of the results that captured my attention was the question of “SFPs: B+ and C+ - What’s the Difference.” The SFP B+ specification was within one of the Singtel ONT devices’ manual. (The T063G Network Interface description to be exact)

Conclusion and Request for Support

This is where my efforts have come to a head and I am coming to a much larger community for input and advice. I hope that with what is shared I can make this into a post which many others can benefit from as a starting point – which will then be supplemented with a much more involved “How-To” including QoS, VLAN, configuration, some before and after pictures, etc.

The Intended End-State

· Measure twice, cut once. I have done all this research with the intent to have the equipment be suitable for the near and far future. (10Gbit fiber / copper internet)
o Am I right for believing XG-PON / NG-PON1 are to be compatible with GPON due to the ITU standard indicating backwards compatibility?
· Affordability / Compatibility. Since this device will be a FreeBSD – pfSense build, the drivers for any transceiver would need to be compatible with this OS and server chassis
· Recommendation(s) for transceivers between SuperMicro Server and 10gbit switch?
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2020.05.20 03:52 Chivo-Martillo Fiber Internet DIY pfSense - Fiber Transceiver & Switch Questions - SINGTEL ISP in Singapore

This is a long read but it reflects the invested research time into setting up a home network upgrade to fiber internet service with the potential to upgrade to 10gbit service. The post is actually pasted from my document I am working on to share the journey and instructions with others. It also reflects the days of reading that were dedicated to this before asking the questions at the end of the post.
If any additional advice or questions are warranted - I greatly look forward to the dialogue.

Introduction

I have recently moved to Singapore with my family and will be here for the next three years. After settling into our new home, we started to implement some creature comforts such as internet because our cell phone data plans were becoming troublesome due to data limits with pre-paid SIM cards. We opted to do business with Singtel and acquired cell phone plans in addition to an internet and home phone plan. Regarding our internet plan, Singtel provided the standard of what most internet service providers (ISPs) lease to customers in the United States. Most technical folks will find the hardware and software lacking and will desire to upgrade this equipment after cursory investigation.
After researching some of the articles available from Singtel regarding fiber internet options, I concluded to investigate further outside of their site. There have been some forum posts dating as far back as 2010 but nothing truly comprehensive or concrete in the past three years. My first Google Search displayed nearly nothing which I was looking for and ultimately led to a deep dive about fiber internet technology.

Hardware & Software to Run It All

There are countless articles written on a variety of off the shelf equipment and software to utilize for home networking needs. In the beginning of my network tinkering in the late 1990s, I was investing into Linksys Wireless Routers that allowed for flashing custom firmware. DD-WRT and Open-WRT would become the tipping point to my dabbling and passion for network configuration and research. Nowadays I have been running pfSense since roughly 2003 and have only done vague investigations into custom firmware due to the hardware pfSense can run on. For the sake of this research revolving around gigabit fiber, my goal was to build a device that could facilitate small to medium businesses to future proof the device.

Network Router + Firewall

The website “The Geek Pub” has a great article, “The Best pfSense Hardware for Businesses” which I reviewed. Based upon the very first recommendation, the goal is to run the SuperMicro SuperServer E300-8D server. The equipment has two SFP+ Ports allowing for up to 10G each. The goal would be to connect the incoming fiber from the ISP to one port, and the other to a 10G Base-T Ethernet Switch.

Network Switches

The goal would be to future proof for the long-term. I see the options being potentially the NETGEAR 10-Port Multi-Gigabit/10G Smart Managed Pro PoE Switch (MS510TXPP) or the NETGEAR 8-Port 10G Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switch (XS708E). The latter being significantly future proof but lacking the PoE that I use for other equipment. (Power-over-Ethernet [PoE] Wireless Access Points [WAP]) The WAP do not require anything over a gigabit – so I would be wasting a port on the 10Gig switch – which is why I plan to keep the other 1-gigabit PoE Switch in service.

Fiber Internet Starting Point

I cannot recall how I landed at Tutorials Point’s article, FTTH – Quick Guide, but I am thankful that I somehow reached it! The article starts with the most basic concepts of Fiber to the Home (FTTH) and what optical fiber technology entails. I have no affiliation with the site but if you are interested in supporting them for this article, they sell the FTTH Tutorial as a PDF from their site. Additionally, if you plan to go over FTTH in depth, the FTTH Tutorial is the comprehensive review on the site.
For the sake of preparing to upgrade your home equipment for fiber internet, I highly recommend reviewing the FTTH – Quick Guide from beginning to end. There will be sections describing how the technology works, terminology, comparing prior networking technologies, technology standards, etc. There were many new terms and acronyms that I learned along the way and would help my future Google Searches be more successful.

Popular and Regular Terms

Optical Access Network (OAN): The Optical Access Network is an access network towards the network side, it is also known as SNI (Service Network Interface). Up-link ports of OLT connects with L2 Switch Ring of access network. All other in-between components such as ODF/FDMS connected towards SNI comes under the Optical Access Network.
Optical Distribution Network (ODN): In a PON Technology towards downstream side, all passive components from the PON Port of OLT to the PON Port of ONT come under Optical Distribution Network. Normally, Splitter and ODF/FDMS come under this category.
Optical Line Termination (OLT): A Central Office (CO) equipment provides PON with the various network interfaces. One OLT serves multiple ONTs through PON Downstream transmission, i.e., from OLT to ONT is usually TDM. Upstream traffic, i.e., from ONT to OLT is usually TDMA. PON system may be either symmetrical or asymmetrical.
Optical Network Termination (ONT)/ Optical Network Unit (ONU): An Optical Network Termination is a Customer Premises Equipment that provides user interfaces to the customer.
Physical Reach: The maximum physical distance for a transmission system. ‘Physical reach’ is the maximum physical distance between the ONU/ONT and the OLT. In GPON, two options for the physical reach: 10 km and 20 km.
Bit Rate: GPON aims at transmission speeds greater than or equal to 1.2 Gbps. Accordingly, GPON identifies two transmission speed combinations as follows −
· 1.2 Gbps up, 2.4 Gbps down
· 2.4 Gbps up, 2.4 Gbps down
The most important bit rate is 1.2 Gbps upstream and 2.4 Gbps downstream, constituting nearly all the deployed and planned deployment of the GPON systems.
Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Networks (GPON): A way of providing FTTH through a Gigabit Passive Optical Network, or GPON. GPON is a point-to-multipoint access network. Its main characteristic is the use of passive splitters in the fiber distribution network, enabling one single feeding fiber from the provider to serve multiple homes and small businesses. GPON has a downstream capacity of 2.488 Gb/s and an upstream capacity of 1.244 Gbp/s shared among users. Encryption is used to keep each user’s data secured and private from other users. Although there are other technologies that could provide fiber to the home, passive optical networks (PONs) like GPON are generally considered the strongest candidate for widespread deployments.
Ten-Gigabit-capable Passive Optical Network (XG-PON): The “X” in XG is based from the Roman Numeral X or 10. After GPON development, FSAAN and ITU-T started working on Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 1 (NG-PON1) with the following features:
· Low cost product
· Large Capacity
· Wide Coverage
· Backward compatibility
NG-PONs are divided into two phases by FSAN based on the current application demand and technology
· NG PON1 − NGPON1 is backward compatible with legacy GPON ODNs. NG-PON1 has an asymmetric 10G system with 10G downstream/download and 2.5G upstream/upload speed. This NG-PON1 is enhanced TDM PON system from GPON.
· NG PON2 – to be defined later
The main feature of NG-PON1 is to provide higher bandwidth than GPON as the same time. It should be backward compatible with the existing GPON network, which will reduce the operator’s cost. This NG-PON defined by the FSAN and ITU-T is known as XG-PON1.
FSAN and ITU-T has defined the following data rates for XG-PON1:
· Downstream Data Rate − 10G
· Upstream Data Rate − 2.5G
Upstream data rate of 2.5G is twice the upstream data rate of GPON. Apart from all elements of GPON, ODN (optical distribution network) can be reused in XG-PON1 network.
By adding only 10G downstream card in the existing GPON OLT, the GPON enhanced to XG-PON1.

Singtel & FTTH Research

After getting a better understanding of what FTTH is, I opted to review the Singtel site again to determine if I could discover any hardware insights from their equipment. My Google Search for specifically Singapore + Singtel + pfSense resulted in nothing of value and decided to navigate to the Singtel site and visit the FAQ and Support Pages.

Singtel Support Page

I decided to see if I could find any information from the Singtel Support Page and determine the model number of Optical Network Termination (ONT) (Terminals on their site). They had broken down the sections by equipment types. Those listed were Router Guides, Optical Network Terminals (ONT) LED Troubleshooting, and OPTICAL NETWORK Router (ONR) LED TROUBLESHOOTING. (Not sure what happened regarding CAPS LOCK for the final section on the site) The ONT Section caught my eye initially but ultimately did not display any of the equipment models nor imagery of the equipment aside of the front LEDs display. The only crumb of information I had was in the ONR section which clearly indicated the equipment Make and Model as “Huawei HG8224H ONR.”

Investing Extra Time with Google

Since the Singtel Support Page did not specifically provide models for their equipment I had to do manuals searches and find the information I was looking for through a combination of Google Images and external vendor support pages. I was eventually able to find the information below regarding the equipment.

Singtel ONT Models

· ALU ONT = Alcatel-Lucent (Nokia) G-240G-C (GPON ITU-T G.984.3, G.988)
· Ericsson ONT = Ericsson T063G (GPON ITU-T G.984. 1-5)
· ZTE ONT = ZTE ZXA10 F620G (GPON ITU-T G.984. 1-4, G.983.1, G.983.3)
What was also discovered by looking at all these models was the standards at which they operated for Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON). This made me pay more attention to the standards provided by the ITU and I wanted to review what was available from a high level review to determine if there would be any concerns regarding the type of optical module acquired. What consistently showed across all three devices was the ITU-T G.984.x standards which I then investigated further on the ITU site. I started with the first iteration at G.984.1 and reviewed the free PDF provided by their site. The table of contents then provided me the standards which to pay the most attention to.
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Figure 1. Standards Information for ITU-T regarding Digital Line Systems
I then took to the individual Singtel ONT devices GPON Standards and the ITU Standards page again to capture all the information regarding G.980-G.989 that was relevant to those specific models for my investigation which I have highlighted in the following list below.

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Figure 2. List of applicable ITU Standards for Singtel ONT equipment

Huawei Investigation

The Singtel site may have succeeding in getting me the best piece of information I had found so far but further investigation on the Huawei site was the next step. My Google Search for Huawei was able to provide me immediately with the Huawei Support page for the EchoLife HG8244H equipment but any information on the site was behind a paywall. I attempted to access the information via SMS Verification but did not work from my mobile phone. Once that effort resulted in no additional access to the support materials, I moved on to other Google Search results.

Manuals Lib – The Ultimate Manuals Library

Once again, the various pages and searches I was running simultaneously led me to this discovery and sadly how is what I cannot recall. The manual for the “EchoLife” device and its various iterations was now available to me, and more specifically the Physical Specifications and Protocols and Standards.

Investigating the Optical Options

Based upon the information from the EchoLife equipment manual, the specifications for the Protocols and Standards supported the additional research on the Singtel ONT equipment and would grant the ability to finally start a Google Search that would help shopping for a fiber transceiver.
This topic provides the protocols and standards which the ports of the ONT comply with.
· GPON: ITU-T G.984
· VoIP: H.248, SIP, G.711A/u, G.729a/b, and T.38
· Multicast: IGMPv2, IGMPv3, and IGMP snooping
· Routing: NAT, NAPT, and ALG
· Ethernet: IEEE 802.3ab
· USB: USB 1.1/USB 2.0
· Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11n
Table 1. Protocols and Standards for the EchoLife ONR Model provided by Singtel.
A simple Google Search brings you conveniently to the standards page with the first hit! Once on the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) site, I modified the URL to take me to the various standards to read more into each highlighted in Figures 1 & 2.

What type of Transceiver?

Now that there was a multitude of devices that had similar specifications in their manuals, the next step was to start doing a Google Search that asked the question, “What type of fiber module is required for fiber internet GPON?” One of the results that captured my attention was the question of “SFPs: B+ and C+ - What’s the Difference.” The SFP B+ specification was within one of the Singtel ONT devices’ manual. (The T063G Network Interface description to be exact)

Conclusion and Request for Support

This is where my efforts have come to a head and I am coming to a much larger community for input and advice. I hope that with what is shared I can make this into a post which many others can benefit from as a starting point – which will then be supplemented with a much more involved “How-To” including QoS, VLAN, configuration, some before and after pictures, etc.

The Intended End-State

· Measure twice, cut once. I have done all this research with the intent to have the equipment be suitable for the near and far future. (10Gbit fiber / copper internet)
o Am I correct for believing XG-PON / NG-PON1 are to be compatible with GPON due to the ITU standard indicating backwards compatibility?
· Affordability / Compatibility. Since this device will be a FreeBSD – pfSense build, the drivers for any transceiver would need to be compatible with this OS and server chassis
· Recommendation(s) for transceivers between SuperMicro Server and 10gbit switch?
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2020.05.06 15:37 when_its_too_late Pixel performance visualized

I finished up most of my work at the office yesterday, so today I got bored and decided to see what the actual performance change was for mobile. Even though it seems to have "stagnated", I think that it has hit a similar issue as our PC components. Even though the performance has increased, the workload has become more complex and requires more resources to achieve similar performance to yesteryear.
So...I made this little chart real quick.
As one can see, there has been a steady performance change over time. The worst increase being the multicore from the 6p to the Pixel 1 XL. This is due to cutting the amount of cores in HALF, while increasing the single core performance by 27%. There was almost a relatively small 15% increase in single core performance from the Pixel 1 to the Pixel 2. The biggest performance gains so far came from the Pixel 4 which is roughly double that for the 6P the Pixel line replaced.
Interesting things to note. If the snapdragon 820 didn't cut its number of cores in half (and using an average 3.77 multicore to single core coefficient) then the 820 8 core score would be 1229, a 40% mutlcore increase from the 6P. This would be in line with the Pixel 2 which was an 80% improvement over the 6p (this equates to roughly 40-45% gains per year vs baseline).
Why the big jump from the 835 and onward? Well based on some research I conducted, there are 3 main factors that contributed to this.
  1. Node shrink (from 14nm to 10/7nm)
  2. Changing from Dual channel to Quad Channel memory. Since increasing memory speed requires more voltage, the choice was made to increase memory bandwidth by doubling access channels.
  3. Doubling CPU cache as well as adding a L3 cache in the 845 series which reduced memory usage significantly.
Also, about the snapdragon 865 that could be in the pixel 5. Using numbers from the galaxy s20 (single core 839, multicore 3104 AT BEST). The pixel 5 would be ONLY a 12% improvement single core year over year, and 15% improvement multicore YOY. This would be the smallest YOY change to date in processor performance. The 865 also offers support for LPDDR5 quad channel memory which lowers the required voltage for memory. The biggest improvement in this SoC is going to be the GPU which increases ALU's and ROP's by 50% while still lowering power consumption.
Of course, I digress, processor performance isn't the only thing that matters in a smartphone, but it is pretty important (as well as ram latency, bandwidth, gpu efficiency, overall efficiency, etc).
Hope this was interesting.
Edit:
Thanks for the award u/jonjohnjonjohn !
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2020.05.01 18:31 Network_operations [Vendor] UT47.2 Luxury and Budget Editions Other news and sales

Happy May Day! This GB has been a long time coming and I'm happy to finally announce it!

UT47.2 Luxury Edition aluminum and poly carbonate cases

Here are some renders of the alu cases and some pics of the PC case:
Alu cases
PC Cases
The Alu cases come in 3 colors: Black, Dark Gray, and Dark Blue
The PC case will be sandblasted for a nice frosted finish.
Both cases will be on sale until the end of the month (May 31st) here for only $110. Cases will be shipped out 3 months after GB ends (End of August).
When you buy a case it includes:
I will also be selling the fully soldered PCBs for only $35 here if you don't already have one.
which brings me to...

UT47.2 Budget version

Not everyone wants to pay for a nice case, and sometimes it's nice to have an opportunity to try out a 40% without breaking the bank.
That's why I'll be offering a revised version of the PCB sandwich case for the UT47.2
This it will be only $45 for the kit during this GB until May 31st. If you order only the budget version, it will be shipped out in less than 2 months after the GB ends.
Kit colors this time around will be black or white
That includes:
Feel free to comment below or head over to the product page if you have any questions.
Other News
  1. Keyhive is moving! I will be unavailable during the week of the move which is currently looking like May 17th - 24th. I will update my site if those date change.
  2. IMK Corne cases are coming back for round 2 in 2 weeks - May 15th. Extras have been raffled off and IMK might still have some extras FCFS on his site
  3. I'm getting a laser. Expect lots of awesome stuff soon!
  4. In honor of May Day - May Pads are on sale! $5 off today only
  5. Lattice/Plaid stuff is still coming in. All of the acrylic cases and PCBs are in-hand. I'm waiting for various components to arrive from China. As stated in an email I sent out last month, I will update anyone in that GB if things are delayed in the next week.
  6. Go check out my Instagram to keep up on new projects I'm working on
  7. Since my last post, here are some of the new things that I am now offering: Elite C, Milk 2%, Easy Corne, Lily58 with an encoder, acrylic plates (though they're currently sold out), PCB sandwich version of the Helix, and even custom prints! Check them all out on my website: https://keyhive.xyz/shop
Anyway, I love you all and hope you're all staying safe :D
<3
Net_ops
Keyhive
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2020.04.22 20:35 Carpe_Ictal [WTS] / [WTT] [B- or C] SUUNTO CORE ALU DEEP Black ABC watch

I have a SUUNTO Core ALU Deep Black for sale or trade.
Timestamp: https://imgur.com/vbwdfuB
Album and short video: https://imgur.com/a/pfmYiXl
The ALU means that the entire watch body and fixed bezel are aluminum. Except for a few models, SUUNTO bodies/ bezels are usually composite.
SUUNTO watches are hard activity watches. This version has Altimeter (with altitude tracking/ recording), Barometer (with storm alarm), Compass, Temperature, dual time zones, date, alarm, and is WR to 30m. It takes a CR2032 that is easily changeable in the field.
If I’m measuring correctly (this is my first time, so I may not be), the watch is 45 or 46mm wide with 24mm lug-to-lug. The band is stock and original on the SUUNTO proprietary mounts. Adapters exist if you want to swap to NATO or spring bar bands.
This ALU has served me well for more than five years, but isn’t getting any wrist time.
It was my daily driver when I worked in EMS so the bezel and case have seen a little action but the crystal is still perfect.
Searching on /watchexchange, I can’t find another CORE ALU DEEP black being sold so my only price reference is eBay.
There have been a number of CORE ALL black sold on watchexchange. Here’s a comparison of the DEEP black vs the ALL black from SUUNTO.com.
SV $150 shipped and insured in CONUS / Canada (you cover costs for international) by paypal
Trade options:
* CASIO PRO TREK PRG-600 series
* CASIO PRO TREK PRW-60/50 series
* Spyderco Tenacious / Smock / Shaman
* Any Benchmade with a spydie hole
SOLD/ TRADED
This is also posted on /Watchexchange
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Kaikki julkaisut Hauska ja kiinnostava kuva Päivän runo Uusi ja hauska video Pelastakaa Piparit 2019 -kampanja Search UUTISIA HAUSKASTI JA KIINNOSTAVASTI Kerromme teille uutisia, joilla on merkitystä. KAIKKI JULKAISUT HAUSKA JA KIINNOSTAVA KUVA PÄIVÄN RUNO UUSI JA HAUSKA VIDEO PELASTAKAA PIPARIT 2019 -KAMPANJA ÄÄRIRYHMIEN VARJOMAAILMA, USKO TAI ÄLÄ, YLEINEN ADL:n pelkäämä uusnatsiverkosto osoittautui 13-vuotiaan koululaisen johtamaksi nettiryhmäksi Date: 11.4.2020 Author: Summerwar2016 12 Kommentit Anti-Defamation Leaguen (ADL) tehtyä hälytyksen vaarallisesta uusnatsiverkostosta, ja paikallistettua sen päämajan, keskuskomitean ja ”fyyrerin” Suomenlahden eteläpuolelle, Viron sisäisen turvallisuuden viranomainen, KAPO, otti asiasta selvää. ”Feuerkrieg Division” (FKD) osoittautui 13-vuotiaan pojan ylläpitämäksi somettamiseksi. ADL on löytänyt uusnatsismia myös Suomesta, ja täälläkin on reagoitu. “Commander FKD”, jonka Viron suojelupoliisi siis tavoitti, asuu virolaisessa pikkukaupungissa, oletettavasti äitinsä luona. Hän käy koulua. Myös nimimerkkiä ”Kriegsherr” käyttänyt poika lopetti toimintansa tammikuussa, viranomaisten puututtua asiaan. KAPO lopetti nimimerkkejä ”Commander FKD” tai ”Kriegsherr” ( ”sotaherra” saksaksi) käyttäneen pojan toiminnan tammikuussa, raportoi virolainen viikkolehti Eesti Ekspress . Poika, joka oli Feuerkrieg-divisioonan johtaja, ei ikänsä takia joudu syytetoimien kohteeksi. Pojan johtama pieni kansainvälinen uusnatsijärjestö perustettiin jo vuoden 2018 lopulla (!!?). New Yorkissa toimiva juutalainen painostusjärjestö, Anti-Defamation League (ADL) kertoo Feuerkrieg-divisioonan edustavan valkoisen suprematistismin äärimmäistä tulkintaa. ”Heidän nykyinen johtajansa asuu Virossa, mutta ryhmän jäsenet ovat yhä enemmän amerikkalaisia. Ryhmä ylistää konsepteja, joita on kirjoittanut yhdysvaltalainen uusnatsi James Mason”, kuvaili ADL ennen järjestön virolaisen fyyrerin vangitsemista. Selostus on ajalta ennen fyyrerin pidätystä. ”FKD perustettiin lokakuussa 2018 Baltiassa, todennäköisesti Virossa. Ajan myötä ryhmä on laajentunut kattamaan Belgian, Yhdistyneen Kuningaskunnan, Irlannin, Alankomaat, Norjan, Latvian, Saksan ja Venäjän. Vuonna 2019 FKD laajensi rekrytointiaan Euroopassa ja Pohjois-Amerikassa, mukaan lukien Kanada ja erityisesti Yhdysvallat ”, ADL totesi. Feuerkrieg-ryhmä on saanut voimakkaita vaikutteita Atomwaffen-Divisionalta (saksaksi ”atomiaser-divisioona”), uusnatsiryhmältä, jonka väitetään liittyvän viiteen murhaan Yhdysvalloissa. ”FKD puolustaa samanlaisia ​​perususkomuksia, ja levittää rasistista ja vitriolista propagandaa sekä (äärioikeistolaisen) alakulttuurin grafiikkaa. Vaikka suurin osa heidän toiminnastaan ​​tapahtuu verkossa, jäsenet ovat ryhtyneet myös jakamaan väkivaltaista, rasistista ja antisemitististä propagandaa ”, ADL kertoi. FKD on määritellyt vihollisikseen mm. juutalaiset, muslimit, LGBTQ-yhteisön, uskonnolliset johtajat ja poliisin. ”He viittaavat väkivaltaan ja pyhään sotaan, jonka he nimeävät ”valkoiseksi jihadiksi”. Yksityisissä keskusteluissa FKD:n jäsenet laativat suunnitelmia, jotka kohdistuvat ”systeemiin”, -mukaan lukien ihmisten sieppaukset, teloitukset tai muuten vahingoittaminen, ja samalla he osoittavat suosiotaan aikaisemmille valkoisten suprematistien iskuille”, ADL kirjoitti . Salatuilla nettifoorumeilla FKD:n jäsenet ovat ylistäneet sellaisia henkilöitä, kuten Christchurch-ampujaa Brenton Tarrantia, ja Charlestonin kirkon ampujaa, Dylann Roofia, norjalaista joukkomurhaajaa Anders Behring Breivikiä, ja Oklahoma Cityn pommittajaa, Timothy McVeighiä. ”Ideologia koostuu mm. James Masonin, Adolf Hitlerin ja Charles Mansonin opetuksista”, kirjoitti ADL. Nuori ”komentaja” näyttää olleen järjestönsä ainoa virolainen jäsen, mikä ei ketään yllätä? Meillä on siis taas uusi komentelija, joka johtaa virtuaalista joukkoaan. -Tai siis oli. Virolaiseen komentajan oppi-isä näyttää olleen yhdysvaltalainen uusnatsi, James Mason. Hänen tekstiään on luettavissa mm. Venäjältä käsin toimivalla mutta englanninkielisellä foorumilla IronMarch, jonka perustaja on uzbekki Alisher Mukhitdinov . Hän käyttää aliasta Alexander Slavros, ja asuu Moskovassa neuvostoaikaisessa kerrostalossa. Myös aiemmin mainittu Atomwaffen-divisioona on siinnyt samalta foorumilta. AD on siis uusnatsiryhmä, jonka väitettiin olevan sidoksissa viiteen murhaan Yhdysvalloissa. AD oli myös FKD:n suuri herätteen antaja- Foorumin keskustelijoita puhutti eniten ”systeemi” l. järjestelmä, joka heidän ajattelussaana tarkoittaa ”juutalaisten johtamaa länsimaista elämäntapaa”, sisältäen valtion, pankit ja yrityksiä. FKD:n komentajan laatiman virallisen vihollisluettelon mukaan vastapuolella ovat (tärkeysjärjestyksessä): Poliisit, poliitikot, rodulliset petturit, juutalaiset, konservatiivit, kommunistit, liberaalit, mustnahalised (mustanahkaiset, vironkielessä ei käytetä n-sanaa), homot, transsukupuoliset. Listassa on vielä arvoituksellinen sanonta ”karvaiset”, jolla mahdollisesti viitataan heavy-metal-faneihin. Siinäpä urakkaa kerrakseen. Viron sisäisen turvallisuuden poliisin, KAPO:n, edustaja Ridamäe kertoi lehdelle, että äärisuuntausten vastustamisessa lasten vanhemmilla on tärkeä rooli: Pitää katsoa, missä jälkikasvu nettisurffailee. Poliittisten ääri-ideologioiden markkinoimista nuorille on tiettävästi esiintynyt myös Suomessa. Suomalaisten yhteyksistä edellä esiteltiin FK-Divisioonaan ei ole havaintoja, mutta moni huomiotaherättävä henkilö on nähty käyneen Virossa. di-gold 13v-fyyreristä kirjoitti 10.04.2020 Estonian World. P.S. Ettei vasen laita liikaa riemastu, muistutamme ilmiöiden symmetriasta: lissu-tuomitsee800445Jesse sanoo: Älkää tuomitko Jaa:
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Sanna Piipponen 🇫🇮🤔Miten on mahdollista, että juuri ne ns. ihmisryhmät ovat covid-19 pandemian kuolin- ja sairastumistilastoissa yliedustettuina joissa on pakolaisia / vaarallisiksi terroristeiksikin luokituksiltaan paljastuneita suomessa "turistikierroksilla" vierailutettu? Vanhainkodit, päiväkodit, vammaisten työtoimintakeskukset, naapuriapu kotioloissa kerrostaloissa maahamme ja suomalaisten koteihin kaveriksi sopeuttamiseen. Ja Tampereellakin Rantaperkiössä esim. on asuin alue jossa kuulemani mukaan vaihtuu muslimit koko ajan, toisiin muslimeihin ( arabit? ). Eli onkos niistä asuin taloista / alueista tehty väli etappeja, joista he jatkavat matkaansa eteen päin taas seuraaviin sijoituspaikkoihin ohjeistettuina. Ns. muuttavat pois ja seuraavat muuttavat tilalle, eikä tulijoilla saatika lähtijöillä ole muuttotavaroita laisinkaan, mennen tullen. Mikä on heidän komennuksensa Isänmaassamme Suomessa? Saanen luvan kysyä, voisiko joku kenties mitä kohteliaimmin vastata kysymyksiini? Me koko Suomenkansa vaadimme saada tietää asioista aidon oikean totuuden! https://keeplookingupward.com/fi/mideast-update-282018/
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2020.03.31 02:02 shahab_joon [US-CA] [H] TOFU 65 Case (w/ Loose NK Creams), YC 96 Hotswap Kit, YMDK 96 Hotswap PCB, BOB Gengars, & GMK RedSuns Red Samurai [W] PayPal

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Chocolate TOFU65 - $65 Shipped
  • Chocolate Brown TOFU65 w/ weight (brass?). Whoever purchases this will also get the 20-something NK Creams in the picture (i will not sell the creams separately).
YC96 - $55 Shipped
  • This is an unused 96key Hotswap kit. Alu top plate & plastic case. Ordered this from KPRepublic & paid WAY TOO MUCH for "expedited shipping." This shit came like 2 weeks after their promised delivery date & i just bought something else in the meantime. Its like $62 bucks on their website before shipping, so im just trying to make that money back. BAREBONES, DOES NOT INCLUDE SWITCHES OR KEYCAPS
BOB - Gengar - Charmander & Joker - $80 Shipped Each.
  • Brand new. Never even taken out of the plastic.
YMDK 96 Key Hotswap PCB - $40 Shipped
  • Unused Hotswap 96 Key PCB. Layout B
DROP x Redsuns GMK Red Samurai 65 Kit - $80 Shipped
  • Thought I was going to do a build with it, but didnt. Unused, still in packaging & ~$20 under retail right now.
EDIT: I just realized its the 65 kit. (was $98.00 after shipping & sold out on DROP right now)
Have posted these items before, so I have dropped the prices on these items by ~$10-$20 since my last post. Always comment before PM & feel free to ask me any questions or request any additional photos. Also, willing to hear out any trades. Stay safe, y'all!
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2020.02.25 17:12 LALLANAAAAAA eBay and late night purchasing decisions = a bunch of questions about putting together a cheap and cheerful hardtail-based bikepacking rig

So this beauty arrived on my doorstep last night:
https://i.imgur.com/MKbJrDx.jpg
2004 Specialized Hardrock Pro disc, size 19 (Large). $75 plus shipping.
Structurally seems excellent, no perceptible dents, straight lines, I installed a test rear wheel and it's laser straight with the top tube, inside looks free of crust. The installed BB isn't the silkiest thing ever but the spindle spindles and doesn't look corroded. I'll be replacing it anyway.
Last time I solicited advice from the fine people of Reddit the outcome was excellent (weird, I know...) and I'm back for round 2.
So, let's build a bikepacking bike. I want to know how'd you'd do it, any and all advice is much appreciated in advance. I've set a date of June 1 for a 3 day bikepacking trip to a campsite 8 hours away as my first trip so planning has commenced.
The goal:
As mentioned, cheap and cheerful bikepacking rig using the pictured triangles.
The criteria:
Onto the questions:
IDK. Part of me says wait for a screaming deal on a suitable groupset (or geared-hub wheelset or whateverset) and then use that to determine the rest. So many options. Decision paralysis... Again.
Or ignore all my questions and just answer this:
If you wanted to build up the pictured frame into a reasonable cost, high utility bikepacking machine, how would you do it?
Sorry for the mini novel. Any advice or guidance is very welcome and thanks for reading what is basically a public organization of my thoughts coupled with a plea for help.
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2020.02.17 13:10 abdmaster [HELP] Failed to run BookInfo example behind proxy server, failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\"

Issue posted at github as well: https://github.com/istio/istio/issues/21195
Problem:
Following the bookinfo example, when trying to apply bookinfo-gateway, I get the following error:
Error from server (InternalError): error when creating "samples/bookinfo/networking/bookinfo-gateway.yaml": Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook "pilot.validation.istio.io": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded
Output:
$ kubectl --v=9 apply -f samples/bookinfo/networking/bookinfo-gateway.yaml I0216 18:01:08.548290 4904 loader.go:375] Config loaded from file: /home/use.kube/config I0216 18:01:08.550426 4904 round_trippers.go:423] curl -k -v -XGET -H "User-Agent: kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960" -H "Accept: application/[email protected]+protobuf" 'https://ha-lb-ip:6443/openapi/v2?timeout=32s' I0216 18:01:08.600310 4904 round_trippers.go:443] GET https://ha-lb-ip:6443/openapi/v2?timeout=32s 200 OK in 49 milliseconds I0216 18:01:08.600348 4904 round_trippers.go:449] Response Headers: I0216 18:01:08.600355 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Accept-Ranges: bytes I0216 18:01:08.600361 4904 round_trippers.go:452] X-Varied-Accept: application/[email protected]+protobuf I0216 18:01:08.600366 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Type: application/octet-stream I0216 18:01:08.600371 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Etag: "DCA49D599C62F0A8DDF840BBF0F4DB11A2B0C9805F7F6CEB19F163F61CA7D40F9E7A3607B007A74CCD6DBA6565BE6E6E3085528F7FD18EDAE99BABE9702D8700" I0216 18:01:08.600378 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Last-Modified: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 11:54:46 GMT I0216 18:01:08.600430 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Vary: Accept-Encoding I0216 18:01:08.600435 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Vary: Accept I0216 18:01:08.600439 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:01:08 GMT I0216 18:01:08.817775 4904 request.go:1015] Response Body: 00000000 0a 03 32 2e 30 12 15 0a 0a 4b 75 62 65 72 6e 65 ..2.0....Kuberne 00000010 74 65 73 12 07 76 31 2e 31 37 2e 33 42 93 f7 a9 tes..v1.17.3B... 00000020 01 12 ae 27 0a 29 2f 61 70 69 2f 76 31 2f 77 61 ...'.)/api/v1/wa 00000030 74 63 68 2f 6e 61 6d 65 73 70 61 63 65 73 2f 7b tch/namespaces/{ 00000040 6e 61 6d 65 73 70 61 63 65 7d 2f 70 6f 64 73 12 namespace}/pods. 00000050 80 27 12 97 04 0a 07 63 6f 72 65 5f 76 31 1a 6f .'.....core_v1.o 00000060 77 61 74 63 68 20 69 6e 64 69 76 69 64 75 61 6c watch individual 00000070 20 63 68 61 6e 67 65 73 20 74 6f 20 61 20 6c 69 changes to a li 00000080 73 74 20 6f 66 20 50 6f 64 2e 20 64 65 70 72 65 st of Pod. depre 00000090 63 61 74 65 64 3a 20 75 73 65 20 74 68 65 20 27 cated: use the ' 000000a0 77 61 74 63 68 27 20 70 61 72 61 6d 65 74 65 72 watch' parameter 000000b0 20 77 69 74 68 20 61 20 6c 69 73 74 20 6f 70 65 with a list ope 000000c0 72 61 74 69 6f 6e 20 69 6e 73 74 65 61 64 2e 2a ration instead.* 000000d0 1c 77 61 74 63 68 43 6f 72 65 56 31 4e 61 6d 65 .watchCoreV1Name 000000e0 73 70 61 63 65 64 50 6f 64 4c 69 73 74 32 10 61 spacedPodList2.a 000000f0 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 69 6f 6e 2f 6a 73 6f 6e 32 pplication/json2 00000100 10 61 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 69 6f 6e 2f 79 61 6d .application/yam 00000110 6c 32 23 61 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 69 6f 6e 2f 76 l2#application/v 00000120 6e 64 2e 6b 75 62 65 72 6e 65 74 65 73 2e 70 72 nd.kubernetes.pr 00000130 6f 74 6f 62 75 66 32 1d 61 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 otobuf2.applicat 00000140 69 6f 6e 2f 6a 73 6f 6e 3b 73 74 72 65 61 6d 3d ion/json;stream= 00000150 77 61 74 63 68 32 30 61 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 69 watch20applicati 00000160 6f 6e 2f 76 6e 64 2e 6b 75 62 65 72 6e 65 74 65 on/vnd.kubernete 00000170 73 2e 70 72 6f 74 6f 62 75 66 3b 73 74 72 65 61 s.protobuf;strea 00000180 6d 3d 77 61 74 63 68 3a 03 2a 2f 2a 4a 6b 0a 50 m=watch:.*/*Jk.P 00000190 0a 03 32 30 30 12 49 0a 47 0a 02 4f 4b 12 41 0a ..200.I.G..OK.A. 000001a0 3f 0a 3d 23 2f 64 65 66 69 6e 69 74 69 6f 6e 73 ?.=#/definitions 000001b0 2f 69 6f 2e 6b 38 73 2e 61 70 69 6d 61 63 68 69 /io.k8s.apimachi 000001c0 6e 65 72 79 2e 70 6b 67 2e 61 70 69 73 2e 6d 65 nery.pkg.apis.me 000001d0 74 61 2e 76 31 2e 57 61 74 63 68 45 76 65 6e 74 ta.v1.WatchEvent 000001e0 0a 17 0a 03 34 30 31 12 10 0a 0e 0a 0c 55 6e 61 ....401......Una 000001f0 75 74 68 6f 72 69 7a 65 64 52 05 68 74 74 70 73 uthorizedR.https 00000200 6a 23 0a 13 78 2d 6b 75 62 65 72 6e 65 74 65 73 j#..x-kubernetes 00000210 2d 61 63 74 69 6f 6e 12 0c 12 0a 77 61 74 63 68 -action....watch 00000220 6c 69 73 74 0a 6a 45 0a 1f 78 2d 6b 75 62 65 72 list.jE..x-kuber 00000230 6e 65 74 65 73 2d 67 72 6f 75 70 2d 76 65 72 73 netes-group-vers 00000240 69 6f 6e 2d 6b 69 6e 64 12 22 12 20 6b 69 6e 64 ion-kind.". kind 00000250 3a 20 50 6f 64 0a 76 65 72 73 69 6f 6e 3a 20 76 : Pod.version: v 00000260 31 0a 67 72 6f 75 70 3a 20 22 22 0a 4a 82 04 0a 1.group: "".J... 00000270 ff 03 12 fc 03 1a f9 03 12 05 71 75 65 72 79 1a ..........query. 00000280 ce 03 61 6c 6c 6f 77 57 61 74 63 68 42 6f 6f 6b ..allowWatchBook 00000290 6d 61 72 6b 73 20 72 65 71 75 65 73 74 73 20 77 marks requests w 000002a0 61 74 63 68 20 65 76 65 6e 74 73 20 77 69 74 68 atch events with 000002b0 20 74 79 70 65 20 22 42 4f 4f 4b 4d 41 52 4b 22 type "BOOKMARK" 000002c0 2e 20 53 65 72 76 65 72 73 20 74 68 61 74 20 64 . 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If the c 000006c0 6c 69 65 6e 74 20 6e 65 65 64 73 20 61 20 63 6f lient needs a co 000006d0 6e 73 69 73 74 65 6e 74 20 6c 69 73 74 2c 20 69 nsistent list, i 000006e0 74 20 6d 75 73 74 20 72 65 73 74 61 72 74 20 74 t must restart t 000006f0 68 65 69 72 20 6c 69 73 74 20 77 69 74 68 6f 75 heir list withou 00000700 74 20 74 68 65 20 63 6f 6e 74 69 6e 75 65 20 66 t the continue f 00000710 69 65 6c 64 2e 20 4f 74 68 65 72 77 69 73 65 2c ield. Otherwise, 00000720 20 74 68 65 20 63 6c 69 65 6e 74 20 6d 61 79 20 the client may 00000730 73 65 6e 64 20 61 6e 6f 74 68 65 72 20 6c 69 73 send another lis 00000740 74 20 72 65 71 75 65 73 74 20 77 69 74 68 20 74 t request with t 00000750 68 65 20 74 6f 6b 65 6e 20 72 65 63 65 69 76 65 he token receive 00000760 64 20 77 69 74 68 20 74 68 65 20 34 31 30 20 65 d with the 410 e 00000770 72 72 6f 72 2c 20 74 68 65 20 73 65 72 76 65 72 rror, the server 00000780 20 77 69 6c 6c 20 72 65 73 70 6f 6e 64 20 77 69 will respond wi 00000790 74 68 20 61 20 6c 69 73 74 20 73 74 61 72 74 69 th a list starti 000007a0 6e 67 20 66 72 6f 6d 20 74 68 65 20 6e 65 78 74 ng from the next 000007b0 20 6b 65 79 2c 20 62 75 74 20 66 72 6f 6d 20 74 key, but from t 000007c0 68 65 20 6c 61 74 65 73 74 20 73 6e 61 70 73 68 he latest snapsh 000007d0 6f 74 2c 20 77 68 69 63 68 20 69 73 20 69 6e 63 ot, which is inc 000007e0 6f 6e 73 69 73 74 65 6e 74 20 66 72 6f 6d 20 74 onsistent from t 000007f0 68 65 20 70 72 65 76 69 6f 75 73 20 6c 69 73 74 he previous list 00000800 20 72 65 73 75 6c 74 73 20 2d 20 6f 62 6a 65 63 results - objec 00000810 74 73 20 74 68 61 74 20 61 72 65 20 63 [truncated 17345571 chars] I0216 18:01:08.944681 4904 round_trippers.go:423] curl -k -v -XGET -H "Accept: application/json" -H "User-Agent: kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960" 'https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/gateways/bookinfo-gateway' I0216 18:01:08.988784 4904 round_trippers.go:443] GET https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/gateways/bookinfo-gateway 404 Not Found in 44 milliseconds I0216 18:01:08.988834 4904 round_trippers.go:449] Response Headers: I0216 18:01:08.988840 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Length: 258 I0216 18:01:08.988844 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:01:08 GMT I0216 18:01:08.988848 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Type: application/json I0216 18:01:08.988896 4904 request.go:1017] Response Body: {"kind":"Status","apiVersion":"v1","metadata":{},"status":"Failure","message":"gateways.networking.istio.io \"bookinfo-gateway\" not found","reason":"NotFound","details":{"name":"bookinfo-gateway","group":"networking.istio.io","kind":"gateways"},"code":404} I0216 18:01:08.989774 4904 request.go:1017] Request Body: {"apiVersion":"networking.istio.io/v1alpha3","kind":"Gateway","metadata":{"annotations":{"kubectl.kubernetes.io/last-applied-configuration":"{\"apiVersion\":\"networking.istio.io/v1alpha3\",\"kind\":\"Gateway\",\"metadata\":{\"annotations\":{},\"name\":\"bookinfo-gateway\",\"namespace\":\"default\"},\"spec\":{\"selector\":{\"istio\":\"ingressgateway\"},\"servers\":[{\"hosts\":[\"*\"],\"port\":{\"name\":\"http\",\"number\":80,\"protocol\":\"HTTP\"}}]}}\n"},"name":"bookinfo-gateway","namespace":"default"},"spec":{"selector":{"istio":"ingressgateway"},"servers":[{"hosts":["*"],"port":{"name":"http","number":80,"protocol":"HTTP"}}]}} I0216 18:01:08.989839 4904 round_trippers.go:423] curl -k -v -XPOST -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "User-Agent: kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960" 'https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/gateways' I0216 18:01:38.996165 4904 round_trippers.go:443] POST https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/gateways 500 Internal Server Error in 30006 milliseconds I0216 18:01:38.996302 4904 round_trippers.go:449] Response Headers: I0216 18:01:38.996315 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Type: application/json I0216 18:01:38.996320 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Length: 481 I0216 18:01:38.996349 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:01:38 GMT I0216 18:01:38.996563 4904 request.go:1017] Response Body: {"kind":"Status","apiVersion":"v1","metadata":{},"status":"Failure","message":"Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded","reason":"InternalError","details":{"causes":[{"message":"failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded"}]},"code":500} I0216 18:01:38.999383 4904 round_trippers.go:423] curl -k -v -XGET -H "Accept: application/json" -H "User-Agent: kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960" 'https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/virtualservices/bookinfo' I0216 18:01:39.042269 4904 round_trippers.go:443] GET https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/virtualservices/bookinfo 404 Not Found in 42 milliseconds I0216 18:01:39.042304 4904 round_trippers.go:449] Response Headers: I0216 18:01:39.042310 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Type: application/json I0216 18:01:39.042315 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Length: 256 I0216 18:01:39.042319 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:01:39 GMT I0216 18:01:39.042352 4904 request.go:1017] Response Body: {"kind":"Status","apiVersion":"v1","metadata":{},"status":"Failure","message":"virtualservices.networking.istio.io \"bookinfo\" not found","reason":"NotFound","details":{"name":"bookinfo","group":"networking.istio.io","kind":"virtualservices"},"code":404} I0216 18:01:39.043083 4904 request.go:1017] Request Body: {"apiVersion":"networking.istio.io/v1alpha3","kind":"VirtualService","metadata":{"annotations":{"kubectl.kubernetes.io/last-applied-configuration":"{\"apiVersion\":\"networking.istio.io/v1alpha3\",\"kind\":\"VirtualService\",\"metadata\":{\"annotations\":{},\"name\":\"bookinfo\",\"namespace\":\"default\"},\"spec\":{\"gateways\":[\"bookinfo-gateway\"],\"hosts\":[\"*\"],\"http\":[{\"match\":[{\"uri\":{\"exact\":\"/productpage\"}},{\"uri\":{\"prefix\":\"/static\"}},{\"uri\":{\"exact\":\"/login\"}},{\"uri\":{\"exact\":\"/logout\"}},{\"uri\":{\"prefix\":\"/api/v1/products\"}}],\"route\":[{\"destination\":{\"host\":\"productpage\",\"port\":{\"number\":9080}}}]}]}}\n"},"name":"bookinfo","namespace":"default"},"spec":{"gateways":["bookinfo-gateway"],"hosts":["*"],"http":[{"match":[{"uri":{"exact":"/productpage"}},{"uri":{"prefix":"/static"}},{"uri":{"exact":"/login"}},{"uri":{"exact":"/logout"}},{"uri":{"prefix":"/api/v1/products"}}],"route":[{"destination":{"host":"productpage","port":{"number":9080}}}]}]}} I0216 18:01:39.043172 4904 round_trippers.go:423] curl -k -v -XPOST -H "Accept: application/json" -H "Content-Type: application/json" -H "User-Agent: kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960" 'https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/virtualservices' I0216 18:02:09.049842 4904 round_trippers.go:443] POST https://ha-lb-ip:6443/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/virtualservices 500 Internal Server Error in 30006 milliseconds I0216 18:02:09.050031 4904 round_trippers.go:449] Response Headers: I0216 18:02:09.050043 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Type: application/json I0216 18:02:09.050052 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Content-Length: 481 I0216 18:02:09.050059 4904 round_trippers.go:452] Date: Sun, 16 Feb 2020 12:02:09 GMT I0216 18:02:09.050249 4904 request.go:1017] Response Body: {"kind":"Status","apiVersion":"v1","metadata":{},"status":"Failure","message":"Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded","reason":"InternalError","details":{"causes":[{"message":"failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded"}]},"code":500} I0216 18:02:09.051955 4904 helpers.go:203] server response object: [{ "kind": "Status", "apiVersion": "v1", "metadata": {}, "status": "Failure", "message": "error when creating \"samples/bookinfo/networking/bookinfo-gateway.yaml\": Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded", "reason": "InternalError", "details": { "causes": [ { "message": "failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded" } ] }, "code": 500 }] I0216 18:02:09.052104 4904 helpers.go:203] server response object: [{ "kind": "Status", "apiVersion": "v1", "metadata": {}, "status": "Failure", "message": "error when creating \"samples/bookinfo/networking/bookinfo-gateway.yaml\": Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded", "reason": "InternalError", "details": { "causes": [ { "message": "failed calling webhook \"pilot.validation.istio.io\": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded" } ] }, "code": 500 }] F0216 18:02:09.052210 4904 helpers.go:114] Error from server (InternalError): error when creating "samples/bookinfo/networking/bookinfo-gateway.yaml": Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook "pilot.validation.istio.io": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded Error from server (InternalError): error when creating "samples/bookinfo/networking/bookinfo-gateway.yaml": Internal error occurred: failed calling webhook "pilot.validation.istio.io": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded
Related Information:
apiVersion: install.istio.io/v1alpha2 kind: IstioControlPlane spec: defaultNamespace: istio-system cni: enabled: true gateways: components: egressGateway: enabled: false ingressGateway: enabled: true enabled: true values: cni: excludeNamespaces: - istio-system - kube-system gateways: istio-ingressgateway: type: NodePort global: configValidation: true grafana: enabled: true kiali: enabled: true tracing: enabled: true - Istio install was successful, verified using gisitoctl verify-install. - Tried modifying /etc/kubernetes/manifests/kube-apiserver.yaml by adding env: section to the container, but still fails to create bookinfo-gateway. env: - name: http_proxy value: http://10.10.20.107:3828 - name: https_proxy value: http://10.10.20.107:3828 - name: no_proxy value: localhost,127.0.0.1,::1,.grameenphone.com,10.10.18.188,10.10.23.57,10.10.23.58,10.10.23.59,10.10.23.60,10.10.23.61,kubernetes.default,.validation.istio.io,.istio.io,.istio-system.svc,.svc,.istio-system,.svc.cluster.local,.cluster.local,10.244.0.0/16,10.96.0.0/12 - For sidecar injection, I'm following the manual procedure. - All Isito pods are up & running. - Log from kube-apiserver:
I0217 06:36:08.719672 1 controller.go:606] quota admission added evaluator for: deployments.apps I0217 06:37:19.151894 1 trace.go:116] Trace[2116455659]: "Call validating webhook" configuration:istio-galley,webhook:pilot.validation.istio.io,resource:networking.istio.io/v1alpha3, Resource=gateways,subresource:,operation:CREATE,UID:de57f49e-fd19-44ea-99d7-414dfec0981f (started: 2020-02-17 06:36:49.150893916 +0000 UTC m=+6172.698922922) (total time: 30.000884409s): Trace[2116455659]: [30.000884409s] [30.000884409s] END W0217 06:37:19.151963 1 dispatcher.go:133] Failed calling webhook, failing closed pilot.validation.istio.io: failed calling webhook "pilot.validation.istio.io": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded I0217 06:37:19.152376 1 trace.go:116] Trace[2129026394]: "Create" url:/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/gateways,user-agent:kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960,client:10.10.18.188 (started: 2020-02-17 06:36:49.149255324 +0000 UTC m=+6172.697284349) (total time: 30.003096239s): Trace[2129026394]: [30.003096239s] [30.002534955s] END I0217 06:37:49.167492 1 trace.go:116] Trace[1063136940]: "Call validating webhook" configuration:istio-galley,webhook:pilot.validation.istio.io,resource:networking.istio.io/v1alpha3, Resource=virtualservices,subresource:,operation:CREATE,UID:2dd4b3e7-8333-4c1d-8222-dd53f8ce2db4 (started: 2020-02-17 06:37:19.166772885 +0000 UTC m=+6202.714801862) (total time: 30.000661809s): Trace[1063136940]: [30.000661809s] [30.000661809s] END W0217 06:37:49.167530 1 dispatcher.go:133] Failed calling webhook, failing closed pilot.validation.istio.io: failed calling webhook "pilot.validation.istio.io": Post https://istio-galley.istio-system.svc:443/admitpilot?timeout=30s: context deadline exceeded I0217 06:37:49.167996 1 trace.go:116] Trace[639287810]: "Create" url:/apis/networking.istio.io/v1alpha3/namespaces/default/virtualservices,user-agent:kubectl/v1.17.3 (linux/amd64) kubernetes/06ad960,client:10.10.18.188 (started: 2020-02-17 06:37:19.165649222 +0000 UTC m=+6202.713678242) (total time: 30.002325938s): Trace[639287810]: [30.002325938s] [30.001822425s] END
I googled/looked into other related issues & tried their solutions, but did not worked.
If there is any additional information required, please do let me know.
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