Remote Operations question
rjoffe at genuity.net
Sun Mar 9 01:09:18 UTC 1997
As far as why........ well let's see; when the router gets hosed in
our cage, and we open a ticket with MFS, and it takes 5 hours before
they arrive..... it seems a lot more logical to be able to power cycle
it out of band without waiting. Now if MFS's facility was truly a 24 x 7
facility, which you would expect for a place that was that important :-)
By the way, your $500 is much less than the last bill they sent us ...
Amazing... and we didn't even see the gun in their hands.
Genuity Inc., a Bechtel company
>From: Alex Rubenstein [SMTP:alex at nac.net]
>Sent: Saturday, March 08, 1997 4:22 PM
>To: Rodney Joffe; 'nanog at merit.edu'
>Subject: Re: Remote Operations question
>Leviton has some stuff the we use, they have some things that can do 20 amps.
>The better question; why? What is the 7513 doing that you need it to be
>rebooted? I can be paid to go do it for you; lets say, $500 ea time? :-)
>At 04:18 PM 3/8/97 -0700, Rodney Joffe wrote:
>>Is anyone using any kind of out of band controlled power system that
>>will support remote power cycling of multiple devices with high power
>>ratings? I'd like to be able to cycle individual components in our racks
>>at NAPs (especially MAE E!) including 7513s. All the devices we've
>>found are limited to 15 amps total. I think a 7513 requires 20amps on
>>Genuity Inc., a Bechtel company
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