Info on MAE-EAST
freedman at netaxs.com
Tue Jan 14 23:16:38 UTC 1997
> There are lots of 7513's so I doubt a 7507 would be a problem - the only
> restriction on equipment is no computers on the MAE EAST LAN for security
> reasons. Given the ability to bridge MAE EAST I'm not sure how that can be
> enforced. And Netscape has some mighty big SGI's promintently displayed as
> you walk in. Oh and another restrictiuon should you ever need it -- to
> run a $5 piece of ethernet cable 10' from one rack to another (assuming the
> two racks are diffrent companies eg. a cross connect) is $2000/month.
Well, you can tell by MAC addresses or by broadcast-pings what IP addresses
are hooked up to the bridged fabric at any FDDI/ethernet/bridged exchange...
I think it's abused more @ MAE-West than @ MAE-East.
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