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Re: MAE ATM
I almost forgot about those netedge boxes, seems the one we had in DC was about as reliable as a microwave with tin foil in it. I cant remember how many times it or a card had been replaced.
Is anyone out there still using them? I do have fond memories of fddi, about the only truly stable card on a grf if there was such a thing.
At 22:04 -0700 7/30/02, Mark Kent wrote:
How did people interconnect before may 1998, fddi?fddi, some remote with netedge boxes at either end of an atm link. There were some 10baseT connections too, there was at least one low end Catalyst switch dedicated to plain ethernet. Here is a big hint: http://www.nanog.org/2.95.NANOG.notes/mae-west.html -mark