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Re: do ISPs keep track of end-user IP changes within thier network?
From: Blake Dunlap <ikiris () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2013 08:54:15 -0600

All I remember from the TNT days is the meltdown when Code Red happened.
Why exactly an access platform should melt down when a worm occurs still
bothers me.

-Blake


On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 8:44 AM, <Vinny_Abello () dell com> wrote:

Dell - Internal Use - Confidential

I personally never ran the Ascend gear (outside of a setting up a
customer's Ascend Superpipe 95 dual ISDN router one time), but I heard that
the TNT gear doubled as space heaters. I remember one facility we were in
that had a catastrophic cooling failure and the temperatures went to insane
levels. Our PM3's happily kept running and never had an issue where I heard
every TNT box in the facility kept rebooting and crashing.

-Vinny

-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Hilliard [mailto:nick () foobar org]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2013 4:22 PM
To: Paul Stewart
Cc: nanog () nanog org
Subject: Re: do ISPs keep track of end-user IP changes within thier
network?

On 16/12/2013 21:09, Paul Stewart wrote:
Back in the day (geesh I feel old just saying that), I deployed a lot of
PM3’s …. Then we moved to Ascend TNT Max stuff - that was very exciting
back then!

"Exciting" was just the word for Ascends.  In the mid 90s, I cured lots of
this excitement by putting my ascends on a socket timer which physically
rebooted them a couple of times daily.  The support load dropped off
substantially due to that.

Nick




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