> A rhetorical question: why does cisco rack mount
equipment need a
> crowbar to install?
I recall a similar problem years ago when in broadcast engineering
Except in those days the gear worked perfectly on the floor, but when
bolted into that precision peice of engineering known as a rack, it
started to play up.
If you ever did your job really well and tied back the cables neatly so
others could tell you were a professional, it was sure to stop.
Just be thankful that even after your crowbar adjustment, your router
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