[rescue] u2 drive trays

Shannon shannon at widomaker.com
Fri Aug 22 16:56:17 CDT 2003

On Wed, Aug 20, 2003 at 01:41:05AM -0400, Dave McGuire wrote:

>   Here's a message that I sent to another listmember earlier today when 
> asked the same question.  In thinking about it further I think it was 
> in DC and not Virginia (bit rot in the brain), but:

It was at least very close to DC. I thoug it was in Falls Church or
something, but it has been awhile.

>   Metropolitan Area Ethernet.  Built by MFS (Metro Fiber Systems), it 
> was basically the predecessor to the NAPs on the east coast.  

I remember when I worked for InfiNet in Norfolk, VA, and we were using
MAE East to route between two of our buildings. It kinda ticked them
off. We had troubles getting our cross-the-street thing going for
awhile, though I think networking dept. was just being slack.

> There was 
> also the MAE-West but it wasn't quite as big.  

That's hilarious... the irony. I bet MAE-West never met a packet it
didn't like... :)

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