|Re: XO Communications|
|Steven Lichter (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sun, 19 Jun 2005 22:39:26 GMT
I'm retired from GTE, almost 10 years now so I have been away from it,|
but to me it there should have been a backup or B side running,
besides it was out 7 1/2 hours. It was the company I work for that
lost all of their calls coming into Riverside from San Bernardino and
a few out of state calls, yet our incoming 800 number worked fine, it
had been an AT&T number until we switched companies, so maybe that was
still running through them and was not affected by the outage.
I think we should go back to Step by Step, much better.
Al Gillis wrote:
> Well Steven, an outage involving three DS-3s would likely be related
> For example, at my work we've got several kinds of access -- one
> And who knows? Maybe this mux in San Bernardino wasn't even
> Like many things in life now-a-days, communications is more fragile
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