OOB core router connectivity wish list

Blake Dunlap ikiris at gmail.com
Thu Jan 10 14:09:34 UTC 2013


I absolutely agree that USB is a bad way to go with this, as well as web
management.

I have no interest in trying to use some terrible web app to bring a
network back up when simple 300 baud would suffice. I've got no problem
with telnet/ssh, although I hate the idea of needing to know an ip address
to emergency jack in to a device instead of just a bit rate, but please no
web app.

-Blake


On Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 8:00 AM, Saku Ytti <saku at ytti.fi> wrote:

> On (2013-01-10 08:57 -0500), Jared Mauch wrote:
>
> > I am very much against USB consoles.  there can be a whole plethora of
> issues involved from OS-level to the device-level.  When I'm on the
> console, things have already gone bad.  I don't need to find out if the
> vendor has the right 'entitlement' established for me to download and load
> the driver or anything else..
>
> I'm certainly not rooting for USB console, I don't want to fix broken
> solution with another broken solution.
> I'm all for Ethernet OOB (true OOB, not fate-sharing control-plane),
> exactly like CMP in Cisco.
>
> --
>   ++ytti
>
>


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