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Re: Systemic problems at Verizon

  • From: David Lesher
  • Date: Sat Feb 17 21:21:45 2001

Unnamed Administration sources reported that deeann mikula said:
> > > I've never, ever had trouble with Ameritech ISDN,
> >
> > ISDN, now there's a technology that NYNEX/Bell Atlantic/Verizon
> > has never been able to get right in the Northeast. Never, never,
> > never, never, never. there are rumors of working ISDN in some
> whoa.  my experience is completely the oposite.  (in BA/verizon
> country, in pittsburgh PA.)
> i love my dedicated ISDN clients!  we have about 15 or so still left,
> and their connections are rock solid!  in my 3 years of managing the
> dedicated access customers, i've probably dealt with less than 10
> instances of real trouble with those lines.  (ie: not solved by
> resynching the isdn routers, but requiring calling in a bell tech.)

That's because ISDN is really just "telephone service"....

Sure, there's buzz not dialtone on the pair.  But it is one pair
(BRI), and it goes to a line card on a switch. Your call drops;
BFD, call back. No VPI/XYZ's etc.

No NoNuts (now Verizontal North) could never get POTS working,
either.  So I'd be unshocked iffen they have ISDN grief.

And Verizontal South (old See & Pee) has LOTS of it since ISDN
Centrex is big with them, VERY big.

A host is a host from coast to
& no one will talk to a host that's close........[v].(301) 56-LINUX
Unless the host (that isn't close).........................pob 1433
is busy, hung or dead....................................20915-1433

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