Re: [79attendees] beijing ietf network

Randall Gellens <randy@qualcomm.com> Fri, 12 November 2010 05:17 UTC

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+1

Thank you!

At 12:17 PM +0800 11/12/10, Ed Jankiewicz wrote:

>  ditto, adding of course that the NOC volunteers play a critical 
> role matching local capabilities to inordinate demands of IETFers. 
> You folks understand our "use cases" as well as our "abuse cases" 
> and there is no way any local operation, hotel or otherwise, can be 
> prepared for what 1300 overequipped geeks can do to a network, 
> without the NOC volunteers to provide the reality check.
>
>  It's a tough crowd, and a challenging set of requirements.  This 
> instance of The Network seemed to be one of the best ever.  No 
> problems, no complaints.  Believe me, folks certainly notice when 
> things are not working well, because we are utterly dependent on 
> this network to get through the week, and making it to Friday 
> without any significant issues or complaints is a top shelf 
> achievement.
>
>  Almost as good as the international breakfast buffet at the Shangri-La.
>
>  Thanks again.
>
>  On 11/12/2010 11:13 AM, Randy Bush wrote:
>>  as the end of the tunnel is in sight, i just wanted to say that the
>>  meeting network provided by our hosts, tsinghua university and drs wu,
>>  li, and zhao was first class, and working under their team was a
>>  pleasure.  very very impressive.
>>
>>  you don't notice when net ops is working well, only when it breaks. :)
>>
>>  randy, ocd, add
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