do ISPs keep track of end-user IP changes within thier network?
jmcleod at musfiber.net
Mon Dec 16 21:24:06 UTC 2013
And back in my day we were excited when we deployed the USR (eventually 3Com) Total Control access servers.
From: Paul Stewart [mailto:paul at paulstewart.org]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2013 4:10 PM
To: Vinny_Abello at Dell.com; kamtha at ak-labs.net; sam at circlenet.us
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: do ISPs keep track of end-user IP changes within thier network?
Back in the day (geesh I feel old just saying that), I deployed a lot of PM3’s …. Then we moved to Ascend TNT Max stuff - that was very exciting back then!
On 12/16/2013, 3:16 PM, "Vinny_Abello at Dell.com" <Vinny_Abello at Dell.com>
>Dell - Internal Use - Confidential
>PM3's were pretty solid. PM4's, not so much. They were often
>problematic requiring periodic reboots of the entire chassis to keep
>them sane even right up through the last firmware release until Lucent
>killed them off in favor of their newly acquired Ascend equipment. The
>team that designed them were good guys. We used to work directly with
>them on issues and get early access to beta releases of new firmware
>for the PM's, including new cutting edge protocols such as K56Flex and
>later V.90. :)
>From: Carlos Kamtha [mailto:kamtha at ak-labs.net]
>Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2013 3:05 AM
>To: sam at circlenet.us
>Cc: nanog at nanog.org
>Subject: Re: do ISPs keep track of end-user IP changes within thier
>The PMs were fantastic.
>PM3's were pretty good as well. 2 PRIs or T1s.. 48 56k digital modems,
>+ ISDN support.. :)
>On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 05:21:18PM -0500, Sam Moats wrote:
>> I still have a soft spot for the Portmasters :-). We had rows of
>> PM2's with US robotics 33.6K sportster modems attached on 8mm tape racks.
>> Back when a town of 40K people could all connect through 2XT1's and
>> everyone was happy.
>> Sam Moats
>> On 2013-12-13 16:59, Jon Lewis wrote:
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