Muni fiber: L1 or L2?
khelms at zcorum.com
Thu Jan 31 14:59:16 UTC 2013
Except for the fact that the people waiting for their gold shipment
expect it to be treated as gold and not kaolin or chickens. At the
end of the day the ISP is who gets called first and sometime they're
the only person an end user can reach. Try this one day if you're
ready for some frustration as a normal end user try and contact Google
about emails not getting to your Gmail box.
On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 11:43 PM, Jason Baugher <jason at thebaughers.com> wrote:
> Working in a mixed TDM and IP world, it's such a stark difference between
> freely available RFCs and $900 per pop Telcordia docs.
> On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 10:24 PM, Jay Ashworth <jra at baylink.com> wrote:
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> > From: "Jason Baugher" <jason at thebaughers.com>
>> > I can't vouch for these yet, since I haven't used one so far.
>> Yeah; see my other reply a few minutes ago.
>> > It looks to be a Broadband Forum spec,
>> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TR-069.
>> > I'm not using it yet either, but find it interesting.
>> I see that it is, and I'm frankly *amazed* that it's gotten industry
>> uptake to the point people will quote it on ticklists. Probably, everyone
>> *else* thinks it's a bellcore standard, like I did. :-)
>> Can't wait for Telcordia to try to sue them over the prefix.
>> -- jra
>> Jay R. Ashworth Baylink
>> jra at baylink.com
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