R: [j-nsp] Re: Problem with routing FastEthernet (2.1)

Lars Erik Gullerud lerik at nolink.net
Wed Apr 13 17:10:01 EDT 2005

On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Sabri Berisha wrote:

> On Wed, Apr 13, 2005 at 07:39:55PM +0200, Lars Erik Gullerud wrote:
>> On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Aviva Garrett wrote:
>>> Yes, you are correct. My mistake. However, fxp0 needs to be configured
>>> for the router to function. In the configuration below, fxp0 is
>>> disabled.
>> Surely you must be joking.
>> I can positively attest that all the routers we don't have any fxp0
>> connection on work just fine (here from an M320). :)
> He is probably confused with fxp1? Try disabling your fxp1 ;)

Not a problem. The router above doesn't even have an fxp1. (I did say 
this was an M320, which is same arch as T-series. :)

But back to fxp0 vs. fxp1, that was the point of the PREVIOUS correction 
being made by another poster, that this mail from aviva at juniper.net was 
in reply to. Now, I don't know which bothers me more, someone 
who appears to be a _documentation writer_ @juniper typoing this 
AGAIN, multiple times even, in a followup email to just that correction - 
or that someone @juniper.net might actually think the above statement 
is correct. For the sake of archives, it is of course obviously not. :)

BTW, unless I'm mistaken, Aviva is a "she", not a "he" (if this is the 
same person that previously used to work as a documentation writer for 


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