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OOB



> 
> perhaps. but given a clean slate, would you:
> 
> 1) live with more redundancy in the core and hope that you don't lose
> access to things downstream from a problem (or the problemchild
> itself)
> 2) think about a solution to provide OOB access via another infrastructure?
> 
> 
> Presume you can figure the costs as well so loss of a
> node/set-of-nodes SLA-wise is more expensive than 1yr of oob access?
> 
> -chris
> 

	for those w/ OOB built on PSTN or other non-IP based fabrics,
	how much would it hurt if the PSTN went away?


/bill