Spectrum (legacy TWC) Infrastructure - Contact Off List (Patrick Garner)
josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Mon Feb 6 15:27:45 UTC 2023
Orange is so you can a) see it and b) orange = telecom
Blue = clean water
Green = sewer
Yellow = gas
Red = high voltage
On Fri, Feb 3, 2023 at 12:20 PM Keith Stokes <keiths at salonbiz.com> wrote:
> I think the bright orange is so you don't run over it with your lawn
> mower, especially since it's going to be there for 3 years.
> You'd think in the 3 years in the US South it would be grown over and
> buried itself. 😉
> *From:* NANOG <nanog-bounces+keiths=salonbiz.com at nanog.org> on behalf of
> Patrick Garner <patrick at cherokee.network>
> *Sent:* Friday, February 3, 2023 10:16 AM
> *To:* nanog at nanog.org <nanog at nanog.org>
> *Subject:* Re: Spectrum (legacy TWC) Infrastructure - Contact Off List
> (Patrick Garner)
> We have the same issue here in suburban Atlanta but with Comcast. The
> Comcast ped in my front yard has no cover... it's exposed to the elements.
> There's a bright orange cable running from there to my neighbor's house,
> it's been there for at least 3 years. At the least, it doesn't touch my
> property. There's other spots in my neighborhood where Comcast's bright
> orange coax just runs on the ground, along the road, in the gutter. Not
> saying AT&T is the greatest but at the very least their peds(they are so
> old they still say Bellsouth) have covers and they come within 3 days of
> install to bury DSL lines. I don't understand why Comcast has to choose the
> absolute ugliest bright orange cables to leave everywhere. If you're going
> to leave it, at least use a black cable.
> Yay duopoly!
> Patrick Garner
> Cherokee Communications LLC
> patrick at cherokee.network
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