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Duke's problems not iPhone, T'was Cisco-based

Kantara (246758) writes | about 7 years ago

Networking (Apple) 1

Kantara (246758) writes "Update on the iPhone and Duke's networking issues. Duke put out an update on what was going on with their network and the real culprit. From the artice:

Cisco worked closely with Duke and Apple to identify the source of this problem, which was caused by a Cisco-based network issue. Cisco has provided a fix that has been applied to Duke's network and there have been no recurrences of the problem since.
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Maybe an apology is in order? (1)

kybred (795293) | about 7 years ago | (#19935675)

"I don't believe it's a Cisco problem in any way, shape, or form," he says firmly.

So far, the communication with Apple has been "one-way," Miller says, with the Duke team filing the problem ticket. He says Apple has told him the problem is being "escalated" but as of midafternoon Monday, nothing substantive had been heard from Apple.

-- Kevin Miller, assistant director, communications infrastructure, with Duke's Office of Information Technology.

Perhaps Mr. Miller spoke a little too soon?

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