2 Wire T1 - HDLC
meuon at highertech.net
Tue May 15 10:48:04 UTC 2001
> On Mon, May 14, 2001 at 05:41:01PM -0400, mike harrison wrote:
> > Whats funny is I got 2 private emails from BellSouth engineering types
> > that did not know they were being installed in this region.
> Come on, isn't that just a slightly ludicrous remark? ;)
> Funny enough BellSouth is a huge company (somewhere beyond 100k employees
> if I remember correctly) and IP geeks in the ISP part of the company many
Hey.. I was not dis'ing BellSouth (for a change), it was just funny
that they did not know they were being used. Yes, I know BS is a
very big company, I have even done a few sub-contract jobs for
them and have friends at BS. It's a bit like the Catholic Church:
it's a wonder something that big works so well, let alone at all
(that was a complement).
But after reviewing all of the wonderful techno-jargon going around,
I have come to the conclusion that the same thing applies towards
2 wire/4wire T1's as applied to many technowonders we work with.
"Depending upon the LEC, Engineer for that circuit, equipment
used, and evaluation of facilities available for each circuit,
and available vendors hardware (PairGain/ADC...) at that moment,
as well as other variables, there exists a plethoria of options
for providing what various routers see as a standard ESF/B8ZS T1 at
their interface. What matters is they see it and it works."
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