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LlamaMan35713dI think if this happened where I live, the construction workers would have finished up their jobs and cover up the area. Acting like nothing was done wrong.
stacked276413dI think your company should start to discover the world of "redundancy"
bytecode539412dWhat @stacked said
I am in a students' club and every part of our infrastructure is redundant. The (game) servers that I manage are not because they are not important in the slightest to the functioning of the students' club but everything else is. (2x 1 gbit switches per floor, 2 main switches per block, 2x 10gbit fiber lines per block(10 and ½ of blocks in total), 2x catalyst 6500 routers in the central server room with 2 redundant 10gbit lines to our university(and many fibers from our university to CESNET), 2 Aruba controllers, 2 database servers, 2 ror servers running the information system... and so on)... and we also have a commercial connection as a backup. It's something around 100mbps but it should be enough for the most basic tasks like downloading older firmware if you screw something up.
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