• Subject: Re: Data Center relocation
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2000 8:38:45 -0500

We've moved the smaller 400's a few times just by stuffing into a 
car or the back of a pickup truck, across the parking lot on a forklist, 
etc.  Ask yourself this, how many PC's would you stuff into a truck 
before you'd call a professional mover?  Dollars-to-dollars, it's the 
same comparison.  I think the trickier operations involves the dreaded 
twinax.  Also, we use a separate ring number for each building.  
Therefore moving the routers around can be a blast, I don't recall doing 
that.  Might involve changing everone's IP address.  By the way, we have 
a few dozen Cisco routers on our loading dock to implement.  Seems the 
older ones had a bandwidth problem.  Second universal swapout.  Last 
time was when we went from CrossComm to Cisco.





ckovarik@bellsouth.net on 01/20/2000 06:28:04 PM
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Our company is reviewing the possibility (costs/benefits analysis) of
relocating its data center.  This could include all Networking
components as well as an AS/400.  Has anyone had any experience in
relocating an AS/400?  Any ideas as to costs associated with?  TIA

CMK

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