[Ietf-62] Re: Logins at the IETF

Terry Slattery <tcs@netcordia.com> Thu, 10 March 2005 13:56 UTC

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I understand - I'd have done the same thing.   When I returned home, our 
team discussed doing some monitoring from here and what I heard was that 
we wouldn't.  Then one of the developers started checking out NetMRI 
operation of configuration access to Junipers, using the router there. 
I got busy and wasn't paying attention to what our team was doing and it 
didn't sink in that he was using the Juniper there and that I hadn't 
sent you an email asking and confirming that it was ok.  So I apologize 

We're at h-66-166-186-72.mclnva23.covad.net (


ps.  Thanks for the updated login info.

Jim Martin wrote:
> Terry,
>     Sorry about that ... an overzelous security/routing person here saw 
> the logins and none of us could put 2 and 2 together to realize it was 
> you. Just makes you nervous when a Covad account is logging into your 
> external routers :-)
>     Anyway, I'm in a meeting now, but call my cell (408) 799-2788 after 
> 3pm CST and I'll give you the new login.
>     Sorry for the hassle....
>     - Jim

Terry Slattery    CCIE# 1026

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