Frequently asked questions
What is the SIP Trunk?
I would like to add non-standard SLA in the contract. Is it possible?
How can I order one of your services?
Can the most significant changes be implemented based on the Reconnaissance alone?
How long does it take to receive a report?
Is Reconnaissance a complete examination?
What is TAMA?
How does EXATEL differ from other operators in Poland?
What range of cyber security services can EXATEL offer me?
What can my company risk if I do not conduct a proper security audit?
Why do I need a security audit?
When the penetration tests needs to be performed?
- relevant data (e.g. personal, medical, payment card data) is processed by a web app,
- a significant part of the company's business is based on web apps made available on the Internet,
- the value of the protected data significantly exceeds the cost of the audit and other security measurements applied,
- there is a suspected breach of application, infrastructure or data security,
- your company wants to minimise the risk of an attack on IT resources,
- your company is obliged (by law, internal procedures, etc.) to periodically conduct security audits or penetration tests).
What is penetration testing?
How are penetration tests implemented?
- blackbox (the tester is not equipped with any knowledge about the system under tests),
- graybox (the tester has limited knowledge about the system under tests),
- whitebox (the tester has access to all information about the system under tests).
What are the consequences of a data leak?
What is data leakage?
What is the EXATEL'S antimalware service?
How does malware impact your computer?
Where to start in terms of organizational IT security?
Can you use TAMA on a line from an operator other than EXATEL?
I have DDoS protection, so why do I need TAMA?
Do I require DLP protection?
What is malware?
Why is a sourced SOC better than in-house?
Why do I need SOC?
Are SOC services available only to large organizations?
I want to convince the Management Board to invest in cybersecurity. How can you help me with that?
What is ARFA?
I have three lines I want to install TAMA on. How do you price such a service configuration?
Is it possible to get statistics on the attacks prevented by TAMA?
Who can become a DDoS attack target?
How can I order the Cloud Connect service?
- the desired connection region,
- public cloud provider,
- bandwidth value.
Who is the Cloud Connect service for?
- public sector organizations (including local government),
- enterprises of different sizes (SMB+LE),
- small and medium-sized companies,
- financial institutions.
At which layer of the ISO/OSI model does the Cloud Connect service operate?
What is the minimum number of accounts to order this service?
Does EXATEL Virtual Desktop prove useful as a tool for remote work?
Will I need to purchase additional equipment to use the Virtual Desktop service?
Is it safe to use the Virtual Desktop?
Who can be the recipient of this service?
- companies and corporations
- public and government administration bodies,
- non-governmental bodies – for example schools, universities, cinemas
- Internet network operators
What distinguishes EXATEL's infrastructure maintenance service from its competitors'?
Who can benefit from EXATEL's infrastructure maintenance service?
What is the EXATEL WLAN service?
Who is the WLAN offer addressed to?
What are the benefits of the managed WAF service?
What ways of traffic control are provided by the WAF module?
- Creating a blacklist that defines a list of dangerous content that, depending on the configuration, will be blocked, changed, or noted in the logs,
- Creating a whitelist that defines a list of accepted content.
What is the Managed Web Application Firewall service?
What are the benefits of this service?
What is the UTM Firewall service?
Does the data stored in the EXATEL Data Center remain in Poland?
What are the benefits of the EXATEL's Data Center colocation service?
Who is the data colocation service addressed to?
What is the difference between this service and purchasing a firewall for the purposes of my organization?
Is EXATEL a State Treasury Company?
Can I benefit from your services as an individual client?
What messengers do you use for remote work?
How and when was EXATEL founded?
Can schools also use the ZOOM service?
What distinguishes us from competitive enterprises providing services for LGUs?
What is OST 112?
How does the software implementation process look like within SDN projects?
Do you do everything at EXATEL?
What is the technological stack and work methodology in SDN projects?
Are SDNbox and SDNcore the only R&D projects?
No, we have been dealing with research and development projects for years. Initially, in 2014-2017, we were a member of the international RAPID5G consortium. As part of this project, in July 2017 in Warsaw, we conducted the first European tests of 5G technology in public space. We are also developing cybersecurity services. An example here is our proprietary anti-DDoS TAMA. And that's still not all.
Why do you need an R&D team in telecom?
How do you test your application? How do you ensure code quality?
- linting (pylint, tslint, pycodestyle)
- formatting (clang-format, cmake-format, prettier, robot-tidy)
- statistical analysis (SonarQube)
- unit tests (GTest, pytest, jasmine)
- integration tests (selenium, RobotFramework, scapy)
- fuzzing (LINK: article by Michał)
- performance tests (pktgen).
- More than 85% lines of code must be tested
- Linter error number cannot increase.
Do you have a good SCRUM? Has it worked for your project?
What does the cooperation with clients and possible application expansions look like?
Where do the requirements and new functionality-related ideas come from?
How does the TAMA on-premises implementation process look like?
How does test automation look like?
How do you communicate within the team? Mumble, Zoom, Rocket Chat, Signal? Why not Slack?
How do you document your code?
1. Commented code (doxygen)
- Explaining the intent behind a method, class or code fragment, if necessary. This enables easier understanding of the author’s intentions and verifying whether it really works that way. In the case of modifications, it allows making sure that the intended behaviour is not deteriorating.
2. System documentation in a repo (sphinx)
- operating concept
- division into components
- main interfaces
- technical documentation on filter operation (what kinds of attacks are detected and how)
- GlaDDoS network model - how does a network device behave
- administrator documentation
- documentation of system roles and privileges
3. Changelog - description of changes relative to the previous version:
- What is the business sense of changes?
- Release notes: what changes need to be done manually during deployment (e.g., associated with data model migration).
- What are the technical changes relevant from the team’s perspective?
4. Analytical, operational and system documents (confluence)
- What are the functional or visual changes experienced by the users?
- User documentation
5. Task board in JIRA.
How to effectively store IPv4 and IPv6 lists?
- IPv4 and IPv6,
- longest-prefix-match and ‘all match’,
- small configuration data (thousands of entries) and GeoIP (covering the entire IPv4 space).
What is the process stack within the TAMA project?
- aperture - probe in C++17
- gladdos - scrubber in C++17 and dpdk
- chell - system configuration, operator and administrator interface; it consists of a backend developed in python/flask and a frontend developed in angular (we use current versions)
- controller - consisting of queue workers and detector, is responsible for collecting statistics.
What does Secure Internet for Business include?
What are the benefits of Ethernet data transmission from EXATEL?
Is lease of lines service for me?
What is VaaS?
To whom is Voice as a Service addressed?
What functionalities does a VaaS solution have?
What does the EXATEL Contact Center service consist of?
To whom is the Contact Center service addressed?
In what manner is the Zoom service for business provided by EXATEL?
- Hybrid – meeting traffic is hosted locally – part of the infrastructure can be located in the customer's server room, and part on EXATEL servers.
- Cloud-based – all meeting traffic is hosted in the cloud.
I want a flexible and secure tool for communication within the organization. In what manner is the Zoom service provided by EXATEL?
How can I order one of your services?
What is the application of Ethernet-based services?
What is the range of leased line services?
What can I use the One Number service for?
Will changing the location of my business also change the hotline number?
What is the One Number service?
Will I be able to send text messages to all networks using the EXATEL SMS service?
Which telecommunication protocol is used by the EXATEL SMS service?
Who is the VOIP telephony service addressed to?
What does the VoIP service for companies have to offer?
What makes VoIP different from analogue and mobile telephony?
What is included in EXATEL's portfolio of telecommunications services?
Why is it worth to lease lines from EXATEL?
What does the Wavelength service involve?
How is the Ethernet-based transmission service implemented in technical terms?
Does the service come with data transfer restrictions/limits?
How is this service implemented?
What does the MPLS IP VPN service involve?
What are the advantages of MPLS IP VPN compared to an Internet-based network?
What is an MPLS IP VPN service router for?
How do you provide Low Latency services?
What is IVR?
What benefits does EXATEL MWLAN provide for business development?
What is a voice traffic termination service?
Why should my company choose EXATEL's voice transit offer?
Who is the Voice Wholesale offer aimed at?
Why does IP Transit use the BGP?
What is the IP Transit service?
What is required to launch the IP Transit service?
How can I benefit from using Ethernet in my business?
How is the Ethernet transmission service technically implemented?
What makes Low Latency different from other data transmission services?
How are Low Latency services implemented?
Is the low latency service guaranteed in the SLA?
What is the difference between Ethernet Line and Internet Exchange Points?
|Feature||Ethernet LINE (connection to Internet Exchange Point (IXP))||Internet Exchange Points|
|description||an Ethernet link service between two locations (point-to-point) enables transmission of large amounts of traffic transparent for the provider.||a symmetric Internet access service that covers the resources of participants at Internet Exchange Points with which EXATEL is connected.|
|resources||access to the traffic exchange point, possibility of building connections with networks on your own||access to resources developed by EXATEL|
|PGP sessions||possibility to initiate BGP sessions with IX participants||sessions fixed by EXATEL|
|traffic control||possibility to direct traffic according to current needs||traffic control by EXATEL, continuous development of resources based on the traffic distribution in the EXATEL network|
|management||EXATEL provides and manages access to IX, the customer manages sessions with other operators on their own||EXATEL's management of the entire service|
|SLA||includes IX access service||it covers the availability of the Internet service, i.e. access to the resources built during the service provision|