[101all] IETF 101 Network Shutdown Schedule

Jim Martin <jim@daedelus.com> Fri, 23 March 2018 08:50 UTC

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Gentlepeople,
	As the meeting comes to a close, we wanted to update everyone on the shutdown schedule for the IETF Network. The wireless APs that deliver the main IETF networks in the Hilton Metropole meeting rooms will be removed throughout the day today as sessions come to a close. The Terminal Room will be closing at 3pm. 

	As there is an ISOC meeting this weekend following the IETF, we’re able to keep the “ietf-hotel” wireless SSID active through Sunday, though on a best-effort basis due to very limited staff. There will be a short disruption of the hotel network at approximately 10am this morning, as we transition to the smaller configuration for the weekend. 

	Let me thank Cisco, Juniper, Ubiquiti and A10 again for their contributions of equipment, and British Telecom for the Internet circuits. 

	We hope you all have a good trip home and look forward to seeing everyone in Montreal!

	- Jim and the NOC Team