Here are your highlights of what happened around the community last week...
Hello and Welcome
Hello and welcome to our newest members! Welcome: James Blessing, Jean-Francois Drouin, Massimiliano Falsiroli, Matt J, Hrishikesh Joshi, Vivek Kamath, Surender Kumar, Trirong Phuyathip, Waclaw Pompka, Luca Rinaldi, and Mazyar Zarrabi.
We're glad you're all here and look forward to hearing from you! Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?
Popular and Noteworthy
Our most popular answered questions based on your views last week were the following:
- How can we measure 100gbe power level with 4 lanes laser,we can see high power and low power in Site manager
- How do I get NCP communications up on a CoreStream?
- Mac address Lookup
- Command file keeps trying to upgrade software
- When configuring traffic profiling, what formula do you use to calculate PIR, CBS,and EBS?
- How do I restore a port to its default settings
- What is the required Brocade ISL (E-port) settings to Ciena 6500 using Card 4X10G OTR 4xXFP/4xSFP+ PEC: NTK530QA ?
Other events, discussions, polls and resources you may want to check out include:
- What is your top priority for nex-gen DCI solutions?
- I Love Acronyms: RG
- Introduce yourself: What Ciena products do you use?
- What is your favorite engineering joke?
- Uploading or Choosing an Avatar
- Featured Photo: Julie Lan, Canada
Of The Week
Happy memberversary to the following members celebrating their first year in the Ciena Community: Michael Barnes, Jorge Castro, Hrvoje Cvetkovic, Susan Koleff, Ihab Mahna, Richard Miyares, Patrick Py, and don sawle.
Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
This may be a bit of an obvious, but tomorrow, Tuesday, October 31st is: Halloween! Not only is Tuesday Halloween, it is also National Knock-Knock Jokes Day. What is your favorite knock-knock joke? Dust if off and share it with the community in the comments below, or you’re welcome to add it our list of engineering jokes, if it is engineering or telecom related.
Did You Know
That yesterday, Saturday, October 29, 1969, the first message on the internet was transmitted. An UCLA student, Charley Kline, attempted to send the text “login” over the first link on the ARPANET to a computer at the Stanford Research Institute. The system crashed after the first two letters were entered, so the first internet message was, “lo”. However, after recovering from the crash approximately an hour later, the full text “login” was successfully sent.
Have a great week and keep networking!