[c-nsp] Output drops on 2960

Adam Vitkovsky Adam.Vitkovsky at gamma.co.uk
Tue Feb 9 07:25:26 EST 2016

> Gert Doering
> Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2016 10:39 AM
> Hi,
> On Tue, Feb 09, 2016 at 11:10:48AM +0100, Antoine Monnier wrote:
> > thanks Nick for the feedback (and sorry for hijacking this thread)
> >
> > I am still quite frustrated with the number of issues with that line
> > of switch considering that it has been introduced 3 years ago now...
> > Is that the new norm? Or has it always been the norm and I was just lucky?
> Thinning out developer resources over maintenance of dozens of different
> and competing operating systems and hardware platforms is the new norm.
> Of course, "shipping stuff that should be called an early field test version as
> customer-ready" is also part of that new norm.
> gert
> --
I guess it's the nature of networking business nowadays.
The technology development spiral is much steeper than in the past and has a smaller radius as well bringing us ever so faster to the next evolution.
Consider the ME3600 for example -it was absolutely not ready for production deployment when released and when it finally got to stable 15.3(3)S3/4 it was essentially EOLed by the ASRs
And the similar is true for the LCs in modular boxes.
But a company can always chose -either you set your clocks a couple years back or you are riding the bleeding edge wave or you're somewhere in the middle.


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