CCIE Pursuit Blog

October 13, 2008

Do 6500s Dream Of Electric Sheep?

This weekend we had a 6509 that was moaning about module 2 so we ran diagnostics on that module:

Oct 11 18:05:01 CDT: SP: ******************************************************************
Oct 11 18:05:01 CDT: SP: * WARNING: Please RESET module 2 prior to normal use. Also, packet
Oct 11 18:05:01 CDT: SP: * switching tests will no longer work (i.e. test failure) because
Oct 11 18:05:01 CDT: SP: * its memories are filled with test patterns.
Oct 11 18:05:01 CDT: SP: ******************************************************************

I would feel sorry for the poor switch but my memories are filled with images of that photo shoot that CCIE Journey did for goatse.cx which are far more horrible than test patterns.  🙂

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5 Comments »

  1. LOL you are infatuated with me…

    route-map ISTILLHATECCIEPURSUIT deny 10

    Comment by cciejourney — October 13, 2008 @ 11:17 am | Reply

  2. LOL!

    You’re right. I’m just trying to get you to change that route-map from ‘deny’ to ‘permit’. 🙂

    Comment by cciepursuit — October 13, 2008 @ 11:23 am | Reply

  3. I am trying the same thing on the wife 😦

    Comment by cciejourney — October 13, 2008 @ 11:28 am | Reply

  4. from the looks of the goatse.cx pic, the route-map is PERMIT with no implicit deny!!! keep up the good work guys !

    Comment by kevhat — October 13, 2008 @ 12:19 pm | Reply

  5. @kevhat Only way to “Permit” would be to rate-limit him as well 🙂

    Comment by cciejourney — October 14, 2008 @ 11:30 am | Reply


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