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Re: Who are you gonna call?
- From: Alan Spicer
- Date: Tue Jun 29 22:42:06 1999
I think what you guys are going to do is use this forum and discussion to
improve upon or maybe make an additional list like the nice one on
http://puck.nether.net/netops/nocs.cgi ... and everyone is going to print
it out and keep it in a safe place, as well as storing it on their phones
and on computer somewhere. Not only that but friendly noc's are going to
call or email their peers/friends/... and ask them if they've got the list
and printed it out, ...
... not only that, but we'll live in harmony, every network will peer
nicely with each other without complaining and the Internet will work perfectly
all of the time ... NOC's/backbones will be nice to people big and small,
dial-up/Leased Line/Fibre/Cable or whatever and will fix their networks when
they are broken or under-max-load-capacity-capable without making excuses
that you are not their customer, or you are a weeny on a modem you don't have
a VPN or a Leased Line. (Think again ... that little guy on the modem at home
can very well have an OC3 somewhere, and other T-1/T-3's somewhere, and come
morning you will be talking to them as a customer).
(well I can dream can't I??? ;-)
At 11:55 AM 6/29/99 -0700, Derek J. Balling wrote:
>Another question -- how many people would be totally screwed if their phone
>suddenly LOST all their pre-programmed speed dials and their connectivity
>problems didn't allow them on-line access to find out what the numbers were...
>At 01:47 PM 6/29/99 -0500, Michael P. Lucking wrote:
>>How about direct dial numbers (not toll-free). What would happen if you could
>>not dial a toll free number, but could call directly. How many people know
>>the Cisco TAC direct number in the US?
>>On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Sean Donelan wrote:
>> > I went through my old tickets, and besides telephone repair, its remarkable
>> > how infrequently most of the Internet stuff we depend on breaks. So I
>> > based my list not on how likely something would break, but on how bad it
>> > would be if it did break.
>> > Nothing may happen, but assuming such a list affected the setting of
>> > priorities, any changes to my list and why?
>> > --
>> > Sean Donelan, Data Research Associates, Inc, St. Louis, MO
>> > Affiliation given for identification not representation
>>Michael Lucking Michael@Lucking.COM
Alan Spicer (NIC Handle: AGS14)
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