On Thu, Nov 26, 1998 at 11:22:13AM +1200, Michael Newbery wrote:
A rhetorical question: why does cisco rack mount
equipment need a crowbar
to install? Would it really be SO difficult to make the cases 2mm narrower
so that when the mounting brackets are fitted they slide into the rack
rather than having to be forced?
Mild steel is a wonderful engineering material characterised by its ability
to gracefully deform under stress, but that doesn't mean I have to enjoy
watching it do so.
I mentioned this to some TAC guys in Sydney the other week. They were
honestly surprised that we even attempted to use the rack-mount cradles
for the 7507s - "most people throw them away with the packaging".
Use a shelf :)
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