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Re: NAPs - Temperature vs Packet loss

  • From: Nathan Stratton
  • Date: Fri Mar 28 20:35:56 1997

On Fri, 28 Mar 1997, Michael Dillon wrote:

> electronic equipment. I know I have frequently solved problems with all
> sorts of equipment (computers, modems, terminal servers, routers) by
> dropping the ambient room temperature to below the level where it is
> comfortable for people to work, i.e. around 15 degrees. or by adding fans
> internally or externally. 

We had a problem with this at the Atlanta-NAP, people were complaining
that it was to cold. When we warmed it up a bit, we started having
problems. So now we just tell them to dress warmly. :-)

Nathan Stratton                                President, NetRail,Inc.
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