March 28th, 2002, 12:08 AM
March 28th, 2002, 12:16 AM
March 28th, 2002, 02:22 AM
care to donate any of that surplus cisco gear to us here in down under? =)
\'hi, welcome to *****. if you would like to speak to an operator, please hang up now.\'
* click *
March 28th, 2002, 02:26 AM
damn...wish i had that kind of opportunity
March 28th, 2002, 02:30 AM
The IT department at my college held a tour a few days ago. I went and it was interesting how all the internet traffic for an entire college of 6000 gets crammed into a little fiber cable.
Half a MILLION dollars in routes and servers isnít that bad for a college or university, those things arenít cheap.
Its not software piracy. Iím just making multiple off site backups.
March 28th, 2002, 02:35 AM
Well, our IT department has....... well, never mind, it really isn't an actual IT department. More like a room with 12 P1 133mhz computers. It's good to have your own computer.
March 28th, 2002, 03:07 AM
My college built a new technology wing with a nice big grant they got when some dude died. The equipment room has several hundred thousand dollars of fancy equipment to run the whole building. The whole building is this fancy modern archtecture thing with keypads and everything for security on all the classroom doors.
Then they put in sprinkler system in the equipment room. A -water- sprinkler system.
Am I the only one who sees the complete idiocy here?
March 28th, 2002, 03:12 AM
I would luv to have a Cisco Pix to play with, if one becomes avail.
March 28th, 2002, 05:44 PM
Sounds a lot like the school I went to (GVSU). To bad they didn't install all the routers until AFTER I graduated.
\"Ignorance is bliss....
but only for your enemy\"
March 28th, 2002, 07:23 PM
Current company I work for has multiple development and test environments, but not a test or development domain (NT/Win2K/Unix). Plenty of test and development apps and databases, but not a test network to work with.
Ahh...the fun of attempting to break test databases on a live production network. Don't blame me for your shortcomings in planning architecture.
\"No matter where you go,
there you are.\"