Oh dear, we've all been made redundant...

JP Vasseur (jvasseur) jvasseur at cisco.com
Sun Mar 20 17:40:34 UTC 2016

Sorry I didn't reply ... Sure you can send them out to Nick - thanks Tom

JP Vasseur
Cisco Fellow

On 20 mars 2016, at 09:25, Mike <mike-nanog at tiedyenetworks.com<mailto:mike-nanog at tiedyenetworks.com>> wrote:

This is great, I now have something I can show to my customers to confirm that all this power cycling and such really is an 'accepted problem'...

On 03/19/2016 04:16 PM, Warren Kumari wrote:
Found on Staple's website:

Fixes all issues, less downtime, less stress...
Improves performance, eliminates buffering...
It slices, it dices in teeny, tiny slices.
It makes mounds of julienne fries in just seconds.

Description - copied here for convenience:

All the issues associated with the Internet being down can be solved by
power cycling the modem and router. But that can be hard to do! NetReset
resolves network issues by offering sequential power cycling. This means
that when the modem and router are plugged into the device, they are
powered up at different times. The modem is powered up first, then a minute
later, the router is powered up. This rebooting will occur at initial
setup, every 24 hours and after a power failure. Do you have a modem/router
combo? No problem! NetReset will also power cycle the modem/router combo.

Automatically resets user's Internet every 24 hours
Maximizes Internet speed & reliability
Eliminates media stream buffering
Hands-free Internet reset
Resets hard-to-reach modem/router
Less Internet downtime
Less daily stress
No need to manually reset
Reset occurs at programmed time
Updated information from Internet service provider
Proper reboot after a power failure
Resetting allows equipment to auto-correct issues

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