>SirJohn wrote:
>
>> <<snip>>
>
>> The IBM router people said it was the line.  The IBM 5494
>> people said that it was the line.  The AS/400 people said that it was
>>the line.
>> I called the telco every day to test the line.  Then!  It just worked!
>
><<snip>>
>
>Have been through the same experience.  Funny how the telco never admits
>that it's
>their problem, but it seems to clear up after a visit from them.  Hmmmm.


There is, of course, the theory that when you complain, they swap the good
line to -your- circuit, and the line you had problems with to someone
else...

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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