do ISPs keep track of end-user IP changes within thier network?
alex at corp.nac.net
Tue Dec 17 15:06:06 UTC 2013
We had gear in the MFS Colo in Whippany, NJ. We had a couple routers (2501's and a 4700M), a couple PM3's, and some other crap. Near us were TNT's and Total Controls from ANS (remember them??).
Yeah, it got warm in there, especially when the single 10 ton AC unit failed (about every other day).
But, it was way more fun back then.
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> From: Vinny_Abello at Dell.com [mailto:Vinny_Abello at Dell.com]
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> I personally never ran the Ascend gear (outside of a setting up a customer's
> Ascend Superpipe 95 dual ISDN router one time), but I heard that the TNT
> gear doubled as space heaters. I remember one facility we were in that had a
> catastrophic cooling failure and the temperatures went to insane levels. Our
> PM3's happily kept running and never had an issue where I heard every TNT
> box in the facility kept rebooting and crashing.
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