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RE: MAE-EAST / MAE-WEST Interfaces
- From: Scott, Dan
- Date: Fri Sep 04 10:45:04 1998
NO OC-3 (minimum) connection to the existing FDDI system?? value of
location just dropped considerably.
Daniel T. Scott
NASA Integrated Services Network (http://www.nisn.nasa.gov)
MSFC Information Systems Services Office
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> Subject: Re: MAE-EAST / MAE-WEST Interfaces
> Just be careful here, MFS are launching new ATM MAE's certainlty
> at Mae-east - but you can only see other ATM connected people
> In a previous message Leigh Porter wrote:
> > Jan Czmok wrote:
> > > Hi!
> > >
> > > Does anybody know if the statement
> > >
> > > "mfs can offer atm ds3 connection to the mae-west and mae-east
> > > from colo space"
> > > issued by a german salesperson is true.
> > >
> > > According to the www.mfst.com webpage i only see
> > > possiblities for 10 Mbit Ethernet, HSSI or FDDI.
> > Aparrently true since I know somebody who actually got sold
> > a similar service. It is actually delivered as bridged FDDI.
> > --
> > Leigh
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