Re: Going the distance
- To: Howard Frazier <hfrazier@xxxxxxxxx>, HSSG <stds-802-3-hssg@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Going the distance
- From: Rich Taborek <rtaborek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1999 17:01:32 -0700
- Organization: Transcendata, Inc.
- References: <199906292232.PAA05060@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Reply-To: rtaborek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Sender: owner-stds-802-3-hssg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I will gladly accept your suggestion of removing the portion of the
motion in parenthesis as a friendly amendment post-haste given your
support of this motion as a seconder.
Howard Frazier wrote:
> The more I think about it, the more I like the idea of adopting the
> 802.3z link distance objectives for 10 Gig. We should remember that
> we are still in the study group phase, trying to scope out a project.
> We can always adjust the objectives later.
> Let me therefore state my support for Rich's proposed motion:
> > "Support the premises cabling plant distances as specified in
> > ISO/IEC 11801"
> > The distances supported in ISO/IEC 11801 are:
> > 100 m for horizontal cabling (applicable to copper, MMF, SMF)
> > 550 m for vertical cabling: (applicable to SMF and possibly MMF)
> > 2-3 km for campus cabling: (applicable to SMF)
> Rich, I would encourage you to drop the parenthesis.
> If we adopt this objective, we can make progress on the rest of the
> work we need to do as a study group. As was demonstrated in 802.3z,
> we will need to review the objectives periodically, and revise them
> if there is consensus to do so.
> Howard Frazier
> Cisco Sytems, Inc.
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