[j-nsp] BGP/L3 routing support on EX2200 & EX2200-C

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Mon Dec 2 06:18:10 EST 2013

On Monday, December 02, 2013 10:56:25 AM Adam Vitkovsky 

> Well you have the luxury of working with skilled
> operators.

No, not always.

Saying what you're sending on the phone is questionable. 
Having it displayed in e-mail is more helpful, especially if 
you can help the other end with which commands to run to get 
the information you need.

The assumption is always that the other end may be confused 
or have less clue. But over and above everything else, 
general clue has increased in the last decade.

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