[78attendees] The IETF Network is going down

Jim Martin <jim@daedelus.com> Fri, 30 July 2010 10:35 UTC

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	As the meetings wind down, we wanted to let everyone know what the schedule is for the IETF network coming down. 

	- Now until 3:15pm: Unused rooms, portions of the terminal room, and extra capacity in the public spaces will come down.

	- Approximately 1:30pm:  The link to the NH hotel will be decommissioned and the hotel Internet will be transitioned back to the normal vendor. We've requested that they leave the network open and strip down their configuration so we should still have half decent access tonight. They'll revert to normal portal operation on Sunday morning.

	- 3:15pm: All IETF meeting rooms (except those being used for the ISOC AC meeting) come down. All public space APs and the terminal room comes down. Note: This means that 3pm is your last chance to print boarding passes here!

	- 5pm: We will pull any remaining network elements, and the MECC wireless will be reactivated. 

	Thanks to everyone who helped make this network a success. 

	Have a great trip home, and see you all in Beijing!

	- Jim