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Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links
From: Peter Lothberg <roll () Stupi SE>
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 97 7:54:06 MET
So how do we name internal links in a way that is usefull for
all operators, and conforms to the A-Z 0-9 and "-" and can
be proposed as an RFC?
How about the Sprintlink:
I where not thinking on SL only, I where looking at something more
The speed thing is debatable, some people wants it, someone does not,
and someone are willing to pay me $50/mont to make DNS say OC3c on their
SL-POP-ROUTER is kindof Sprint specific, others have other ideas on
how to name routers, how about this;
Where "router" is something that is syntactically correct.
A cisco with a VIP in slot 0 and a hssi in PA-slot 1 with a HSSI port
in 0 would be;
Ts for timeslots on a chanalized card
Dlci for a flame-delay circiut
But instead of h0/0, use h0-0; s2-6; etc...
Is this actually usefull, the NOC person will be guided to the right
box/slot/port and can use other tools to figure out the media type,
wich is in my opionion not very usefull to knew.
Nope, my routers have another naming convention, bathroom is
for example, r29a..
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Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links Michael Dillon (Jan 07)
Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links Paul A Vixie (Jan 07)
Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links Peter Lothberg (Jan 07)
Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links -Reply Rory Young (Jan 07)
Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links Rob Liebschutz (Jan 08)
Re: Domain names for ISP infrastructure links John Curran (Jan 08)