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I haven't made any assumption, yet. I've just noticed in some of the messages the statement of management channels being important as part of the reason to directly connect to the WAN.
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> [mailto:owner-stds-802-3-hssg-speed@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
> Geoff Thompson
> Sent: Monday, June 21, 1999 10:57 AM
> To: Thirion, Walt
> Cc: 'stds-802-3-hssg-speed@xxxxxxxx'
> Subject: Re: What is ~10 Gb/s?
> At 01:04 AM 6/21/99 -0500, Thirion, Walt wrote:
> Ok, I would like to get the discussion really going...
> 4. When we talk about a direct connection to the WAN, is there also an
> assumption that we will pick up the integrated management, i.e.
> self-healing Sonet rings?
> Walter Thirion
> Level One Communications
> I would not make ANY assumption about the integrated management.
> It seems to me that managed or raw is a separate discussion.
> The discussion
> needs to be explicitly had separately so that 802.3
> understands the issues.
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