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Re: Is your ISP Influenza-ready?
On Mon, 17 Apr 2006, David W. Hankins wrote: > In a www.washingtonpost.com article: > > http://tinyurl.com/s2jpz > > It is said: > > President Bush is expected to approve soon a national pandemic > influenza response plan that identifies more than 300 specific > tasks for federal agencies, including [some stuff and] expanding > Internet capacity to handle what would probably be a flood of > people working from their home computers. > > That's not a lot of detail, and the article only cites www.pandemicflu.gov > as a reference. They don't appear to have published any detailed plan > that Pres. Bush is evidently about to sign there. What is published there > feels like background information, and is vaguer still. How about this idea... are your corporate VPN services (assuming there is one aside fromm 'ssh to the bastion host' of course) prepared to double/quadruple/more-uple their normal concurrent user counts? During the fallout of Katrina we observed this being a problem for some of the corporations in region :( I know that quite a few folks plan for 50% or less of their employees to be 'dialed in' :( If 100%, or some majority, how do the corp folks plan on supporting that? :( > > Anyone with more information on what they're talking about? > > -- > David W. Hankins "If you don't do it right the first time, > Software Engineer you'll just have to do it again." > Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. -- Jack T. Hankins >