Re: [76attendees] Network Tear Down

David R Oran <oran@cisco.com> Thu, 12 November 2009 06:49 UTC

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When we revert to the hotel network, are we still eligible for free  
Internet access service, or do we get billed?

On Nov 12, 2009, at 3:45 PM, Akira Kato wrote:

> Folks,
>
> The IETF network installed in Hiroshima will be gradually tear down
> as follows:
>
> - 4F Camellia : after the "Afternoon Session I" today (Nov 12th), the
>  network and power is being removed.
>
> - In all IETF hotels, including ANA Crowne Plaza, the guest room
>  network will be restored in 11am through 2pm tomorrow, and the guest
>  rooms will be back into the regular style in RFC1918 through NAT and
>  no IPv6 connectivity.
>
> - One of the terminal rooms, "Wedding Hall Room" will be closed at
>  noon tomorrow (Nov 13th Friday). Please use the other terminal
>  room "Matsu Room" in the afternoon.
>
> - All of the meeting rooms and the other terminal room will be closed
>  at 3:30pm, 15min after the sessions are terminated.
>
> - The wireless AP in 4F Foyer will be shutdown at noon tomorrow, APs
>  in 1F/22F restaurants will be shutdown at around 2pm, and the APs in
>  1F Lobby Lounge, and APs in 3F Foyer will be shutdown at 5pm.
>
> No AP will remain operational after 5pm Friday afternoon.
>
> -- Akira Kato
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