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RE: Seattle Sprint outage - update?
I've not had any problems recently getting through to knowledgeable people at Sprint via their Virginia call center. Try (800) 232-6895, and select option 3. I was talking with one of the fellows there on Friday afternoon, and he was fully aware of the fiber cut. Best Regards, -Pete Pete Murray - FASTNET(tm) / You Tools Corporation > email@example.com (610) 954-5200 - http://www.fast.net > FASTNET - Business and Personal Internet Solutions > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Joe Rhett [SMTP:jrhett@ISite.Net] > Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 1998 2:00 PM > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Cc: email@example.com > Subject: Re: Seattle Sprint outage - update? > > > > > Any one from Sprint care to enlighten us on the major fiber cut in > > > > Seattle? > > > Isn't it a damned shame that a company the size of Sprint does not > have a > > NOC. <sigh> > > Try sarcasm that isn't true. It is a damn shame, and they don't have > anything to speak of. Their response center is downright useless, even > when > you pay them for the priveledge. > > The only way to get something out of Sprint is to know someone. If you > don't know someone, it would seem that lists like Nanog are your only > choice. > > I don't agree, but I don't see a better path either. > > -- > Joe Rhett Systems > Engineer > JRhett@ISite.Net ISite > Services > > PGP keys and contact information: > http://www.navigist.com/Staff/JRhett