Collocation Access

J. Oquendo sil at
Mon Oct 23 18:18:13 UTC 2006

Roland Perry wrote:
> In article 
> <9FA71E73BF462E4C96C3A9C074D50F7093BDE5 at
> >, Craig Holland <cholland at> writes
>> The fellow I chatted with at AT&T said they are not allowed to
>> hand over their badge because it would compromise their security.
> Sounds to me like NSTAC ought to be worried about a scheme to accredit 
> co-lo operator security staff, as well as the visiting telco engineers.
So what's next....

I recall back in the days of Exodus in Jersey City I walked in to go 
kick a Sun machine in one of the cages for a company I worked for. I had 
previously worked at a company that also had a cage there and had been 
to the Jersey City colo facility quite a few times. Anyhow when I went 
in they pulled up the keys for my prior company after giving them my ID. 
I stated "No, I no longer work there." They gave me the correct key but 
a "Hello My Name Is" tag with my former company. Funny...

J. Oquendo
sil . infiltrated @ net 

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