So Philip Smith / Geoff Huston's CIDR report becomes worth a good hard look today
mansaxel at besserwisser.org
Thu Aug 14 07:22:45 UTC 2014
Subject: Re: So Philip Smith / Geoff Huston's CIDR report becomes worth a good hard look today Date: Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 11:27:46AM -0700 Quoting Merike Kaeo (merike at doubleshotsecurity.com):
> > B: they *did* know about the issue, but convincing management to spend
> > the cash to buy hardware that doesn't suck was hard, because
> > "everything is working fine at the moment" -- some folk needed things
> > to fail spectacularity to be able to justify shelling out the $$$ (
> > yes, they could recard the TCAM, but they are using this as an excuse
> > to get some real gear)…
> Oh yeah, I'd bet this is also the case. Just like in 'security' related issues….
This is why "test crash" was introduced.
/Måns, just rebooted. (with a new carving already configured)
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