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He is currently employed as a system engineer for Ripple TV with responsibility for a nation wide advertising network.

In his spare time he serves as Chief Technology Officer for the SoCalWiFI.net project, runs a hacker space in the San Gabriel Valley and tries to save the local economy.

Friday, May 22, 2009

[Fwd: Re: Local Peering and Transit - BGP multihoming]

I love nanog!!!!

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: Local Peering and Transit - BGP multihoming
Date: Fri, 22 May 2009 04:29:06 -0500
From: jamie rishaw <j@arpa.com>
To: Raymond Dijkxhoorn <raymond@prolocation.net>
CC: ty chan <chanty_kh@yahoo.com>, nanog@nanog.org

on issues like this :

[1] JFGI
-> if fail :
[2] man smartnet
-> if fail :
[3] go back to studying to get that A+ and consider perhaps a yob in redmond

On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 4:01 AM, Raymond Dijkxhoorn <raymond@prolocation.net
> wrote:

> Hi!
> Yes, i can get sample of configuration via Google search.
>>>> but i am looking for best practices and from experience people.
> Then post your suggested config and ask for comments.
> ...on a suitable list, dedicated to Cisco gear..
> Sorry, yes. :-) Plenty of Cisco lists there to answer 'questions' :-)
> Bye,
> Raymond.

Jamie Rishaw // .com.arpa@j <- reverse it. ish.
[Impressive C-level Title Here], arpa / arpa labs

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