Network Naming Conventions
joel.esler at me.com
Mon Mar 15 09:05:52 CDT 2010
Being in the IDS business mostly involved with Snort, I've given my sensors "pig names" in the past.
Wilbur, Arnold, Lechoncito....
On Mar 15, 2010, at 9:57 AM, Andrew D Kirch wrote:
> Nice, I've used mountains (Denali, Everest, Olympus, etc) in the past to
> name systems. Used profanity for awhile to name machines, there's
> really quite a bit of it, and every language has it's own set, giving a
> large pool to choose from. Sadly, when outages occurred, it was
> somewhat difficult to determine which machines were down, and this was
> Greg Whynott wrote:
>> We use confidence inspiring names here for our devices, shakey, broken, jitter, crusty....
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