NEED ANY LINK OR SAMPLE TEMPLATE FOR ROUTINE NETWORK (ISP) MAINTENANCE PLAN

Bryan Laird negativeduck at gmail.com
Wed Mar 17 06:34:45 CDT 2010


On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 06:21:57PM -0600, Jorge Amodio wrote:
> Change your router's oil every three months or six thousand petabytes,
> whatever it comes first, some models may require maintenance sooner
> than you expect or plan, others may run forever and become difficult
> to find where the heck are they located.
> 
> Some devices designed in Japan have the tendency to randomly increase
> out of control the speed of your interfaces, if you experience that
> problem send them to the factory for refurbishing and to be resold to
> a poor ISP.
> 
> Never, ever, clean fiber optic connectors with spit ...
> 
> J


Is this for extreme routing?  Or do the terms of your maintenance schedule
change based on routing conditions.  My owners manual says that turning on
the router is extreme.  sending a packet with a GET string is extreme, but I take
them to JiffyTic's every now and then for their .signature service.



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