[Rack] Networking as of 2013-10-02

Omar Zouai ozouai.bavc at gmail.com
Sun Oct 6 22:04:23 UTC 2013

I'm terribly sorry about your disconnected equipment. But we were in a
hurry to get the WiFi up and running. As I stated before, the reason this
started was due to the network NOT WORKING. If something isn't broken, it
shouldn't be fixed.

Does it ever occur to you that some people might have legitimate reasons
for doing something? Accidents do happen, and equipment malfunctions all
the time. In any case, Networking is a nightmare.

And my idea isn't exactly "gutting" the network. All it really is, is
adding a Linux box as a master router. Then routing traffic through it.
Simply installing some new pieces of equipment, then routing the existing
traffic over to it.
On Oct 6, 2013 2:26 PM, "Glen Jarvis" <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:

> > The network at noisebridge is not a toy for you to play with.
> Disclaimer: I actually agree that it would be much more convenient if the
> network wasn't dramatically gutted when not necessary. I only point out the
> following technicality.
> This is "doacracy" at its best (and worst). Technically, it is a toy that
> people could play with. It's a shame the play wasn't "playing nicely" with
> the work already done (and previously working).
> Glen
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