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RE: Mechanics of CALEA taps
From: Warren Bailey <wbailey () satelliteintelligencegroup com>
Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2013 15:28:21 +0000
The only calea intercept I watched take place was with a system made by Sandvine.. And it was pretty shocking.
Sent from my Mobile Device.
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From: Dennis Burgess <dmburgess () linktechs net>
Date: 06/10/2013 6:25 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: Randy Fischer <randy.fischer () gmail com>,nanog () nanog org
Subject: RE: Mechanics of CALEA taps
While its possible to do this, you would have to have a device that would not impact performance typically at every
exit point, but in a perfect world it would be on the clients CPE device! Our wireless CPE's can do this. I would
not that a business model to not bill until a request is completed would work due to the amount of hardware that x
company would have to put out.
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From: Randy Fischer [mailto:randy.fischer () gmail com]
Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2013 5:59 PM
To: North American Network Operators Group
Subject: Mechanics of CALEA taps
Honestly, I expect replies to this question to range between zero and none, but I have to ask it.
I understand the CALEA tap mechanism for most ISPs, generally, works like
* we outsource our CALEA management to company X
* we don't even know there's been a request until we've gotten a bill from X.
And that's the extent of it.
Well, golly Slothrop, maybe someone else has started picking up the tab.
Would you even know?
Is that possible?