[99all] IETF99 Network Shutdown

Jim Martin <jim@daedelus.com> Fri, 21 July 2017 08:16 UTC

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Subject: [99all] IETF99 Network Shutdown
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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 wireless APs that deliver the main IETF networks in the Hilton meeting rooms will be removed throughout the day as sessions come to a close. The Terminal Room will be closed at 3pm today. The wired guest room Internet in the Hilton will revert to the traditional hotel network, and “ietf-hotel” will disappear from the guest rooms and public areas at roughly 14:00.

	We’re currently working with the hotel to try to get an access code to share with the community for those staying this evening. We’ll distribute it as soon as we get a response.

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

	- Jim and the NOC Team