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Re: multiple Individual T1 termination --urgent [7:47944] posted 07/06/2002
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Having worked too many years in the financial sector, I can say with
assurance that far too many of these types come to you with the solution,
and all they want is for you to do it. Far too few of them understand the
idea of presenting a problem, and asking those whom they perceive as their
subordinates to provide a solution.

One hope that one can establish rapport, and work with someone who has ears
as well as a mouth. But more often than not you end up just saying "yes sir"
and proposing whatever idiot solution the customer tells you he wants.


""Vajira Wijesinghe""  wrote in message
news:200207041252.MAA12692@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> sorry....
> whole project is on NDA signed.
> that's why so many restrictions......
> least i can say is its on financial sector.
>
>
> "Roberts, Larry" wrote:
>
> > Wow, that makes be feel a little better, although I am still baffled buy
> the
> > sheer number T-3's required for that. I'm curious though what type of
> > business is this? Can you at least throw us a bone...
> > Thanks
> >
> > Larry
> >
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Vajira Wijesinghe [mailto:vajira@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> > Sent: Thursday, July 04, 2002 3:12 AM
> > To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: Re: multiple Individual T1 termination --urgent [7:47944]
> >
> > Hi Group,
> >
> > Thank you very much for your valuable comments, arguments and
suggestions
> > made on the above subject. It really helped me to reveal what is hiding
at
> > the customer premises.
> >
> > In fact we had to bid for re-structuring the client's existing network
> > equipment. The client continually insisted that they are having is
> > individual T1's. Further, we couldn't get an opportunity to inspect the
> site
> > and even the client couldn't reveal the type of current routers
used.....
> > bit tuff job.
> >
> > I had to forward some of the emails received from you'all to the client
to
> > convince them thay should be having T3's. Unfortuately the network was
> > maintained by some third party and client was not too sure. However
after
> > some time, client confirmed that they are having T3's........instead of
> > T1's, with some apologies......
> >
> > In fact, this is first time I came across a requirement of 188 T1's to
> > connect. That's why I check with the group to see whether somebody has
done
> > it before..:))
> >
> > So thanks again roberts, craig, brian, chuck, howard, peter, mike,
phillip
> > and nrf for the valuable input you have given.
> >
> > Take care.
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