How our young colleagues are being educated....

Edward Lewis edlewis.subscriber at
Tue Dec 23 21:14:00 UTC 2014

Last time I taught, I lectured (senior-level 3-credit elective) on calculating the efficiency of Ethernet and why it was no good above 10Mbps.

On Dec 23, 2014, at 15:29, Mike Hammett <nanog at> wrote:

> At the time, though, Ethernet belonged within a building. If you were wanting to connect multiple buildings together, bust out those T1s. 

Fortunately for society, I *stopped* teaching in 1998.  Hope it was soon enough.

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