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Re: $400 million network upgrade for the Pentagon
- From: Brad Knowles
- Date: Tue Aug 13 17:53:40 2002
At 12:38 PM -0400 2002/08/13, Sean Donelan wrote:
I have no idea how many or where the cable entrance facilities are
located or how major cables are routed through the Pentagon.
True enough. Neither do I.
In terms of primary human entrances, they are found on four of
the five sides of the building. The fifth side is where the helipad
It might even make sense to put an alternate
building entrance facility not on the side where the majority of the
networking was done.
Moreover, the networking is done all over the building, although
I presume that there are some areas of concentration around the NMCC,
and certain other facilities.
In terms of network facilities, I'm sure that they have multiple
redundant entrances all around the building. The question is how far
away from the building do they then converge, so that you once again
have a SPOF.
Brad Knowles, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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