[91all] IETF91 Network Shutdown

Jim Martin <jrmii@isc.org> Fri, 14 November 2014 22:15 UTC

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	As the meeting comes to a close, we wanted to update everyone on the shutdown schedule for the IETF Network. The main IETF networks in the Conference Center will be being removed from meeting rooms throughout the day as their last meetings ends, with the Terminal Room being the final thing turned off at 4pm today.

	The guest room Internet will revert to the traditional Hilton networks throughout the afternoon. The “ietf-hotel” SSID will disappear and the second wired port in each room will become inactive. As Randy mentioned this morning, if you moved the hotel cable to the second port, please move it back. To use the Hilton network, please use promo code “GND270” on the hhonors SSID for free access until you depart.

	The “ietf-public” and “ietf-public-a” SSIDs in the restaurant, bar, and pool areas will stay active until Sunday afternoon.

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

	- Jim and the NOC Team