#asterisk - Tue 24 Apr 2007 between 00:00 and 00:07

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actionManxPower hugs his Cisco 1720
ManxPowerhugs his Cisco 1720
kd6caebut we've got tons of money Plattypus1, we can get a real router like a dlink Di-624
lol
MercestesI wish watermelons grew on trees
plattypus1That's still not a real router. The Cisco... now THAT'S a router.
MercestesCisco isn't even a real router
kd6caeI'll agree there, and while we're at it, let's get a full T1 line installed eh?
ManxPowerI personally own a Cisco 1720 and a Cisco Catalyst 2205
plattypus1What kind of a router do you want Mercestes?
ManxPower..er... not 2205, 5505
MercestesThe one after Cisco. hasn't been invented yet.
plattypus1Lol, the NeverCrashes 2000? :)
kd6caePlattypus1, what was that router Jim has connected to his T1 line? That's what I want, complete with T1 line too! lol
ManxPowerMercestes: The chronoton based one? It's so fast packets arrive before they are sent
MercestesCisco is a severe discombobulated PITA with firmware written by a deranged 4-year old with such an insanely non-intutiive CLI that it defines *why* tab completion is useful (required).
plattypus1It was a Cisco somethin'or'other, don't remember the model number.
MercestesCisco is Cisco because it comes the *closest* to adequacy
ManxPowerkd6cae: Uh, several people on this channel have personal T-1 lines
MercestesManxPower, Yes, that one! :D
kd6caecool I am totally blind but my friend's T1 rack was fun to feel
I'm a networking geek, I love high speed symmetrical networking the way it should be!
I think some year I'm gonna join the ranks and have my own personal T1
plattypus1kd6cae, get you the fastest residential 'net available for 30 miles on either side of us... and you're still complainin'. I ought to downgrade you to Charter Lite.
_VoiceMeUp_COMyeah got a full rack a@home
MercestesCisco *is* the best but they are way off the mark in stabilty/customer service. And someone will pwn them one day by making something that works the *first* time, in multiple intuitive configurations instead of quirky nuances of each model/implementation, with a friendly and responsive customer support team who will answer questions for people just for buying their product instead of requiring expensive certifications.
_VoiceMeUp_COMneat with mac servers
just need a video module to run the whole homw theater
also need a san.. but that gonna be $$
kd6caePlattypus1, you downgrade me to Charter lite and I'll have to shut down the whole asterisk box as punishment lol
plattypus1Darn, I guess that repeater of yours... :)
kd6caeOh crap forgot about that gurrr next idea hmm
plattypus1Have you tried watching the console output during a SIP call? Any interesting info?
Do you maybe want to make a SIP call so I can watch it for interesting info? :)
kd6caeHaven't tried that yet, though that's my next plan of attack? also need to figure out why when I call my buddy Tom via IAX2,
it sounds fine but if he calls me, it breaks up after a few seconds
says something about timing
Mercesteskd6cae, Something unfortunate involving System(), his /dev/urandom, and his /dev/hda3 I hope? :D
ManxPowerkd6cae: 99% of asterisk issues are solved, in part, by watching the Asterisk console
Mercesteskd6cae, The other 50% is solved by doing an MTR from your box to your endpoint. Do you have DSL?
kd6caeI'll have to get better details later

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