Have a good day! :-D
What are they when they're reaching for the hidden stash?
A SIP Trunk
Positive: Look at that aggregation of handsome network engineers!
Negative: That outage of Level 3 engineers were the worst I've ever come across!
A Lag group?
A NIC card?
A local LAN network?
I actually prefer frame relay.
No, a local LEC.
Together yet working solo.
You don't call them...you submit a ticket!
Email to a dead inbox.
Best response of the thread.
Lol. Thankyou fir this
A layer 8 problem!
Alcoholics Not Anonymous
Hey! I resemble this remark!
A BGP community
or a company function. That is pretty much the only time all of us get together
Dysfunction is more like it... amirite?
A Peer Group
You're damn right.
a Control Plane.
btw after all the serious technology questions/discussions that just make me feel like I really don’t know anything, posts like these make me stay subscribed :)
Seems like the only they talk to each other... This is looking like some kind of conspiracy.
Hah, that's pretty good. But I thought you were going to say "a bad Python script"
This makes my day
We have a similar running joke at work. What do you call a group of Automation Techs? A scrotum.
Most underrated comment.
the net ninjas... because as a developer, having a great relationship with networking and ops makes my life a heck of a lot easier... it's the difference between something that can be hashed out over a lunch beer on a napkin, or 3 weeks of bloody bickering tickets back and forth.
Hostile work environment
a happy hour
I'll let Eric Clapton answer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5tUTFceKWM
HA HA HA HA !!!! More like jitter
A channelled group?
womp womp womp
Active/ Standby Group
Yea, my joke when somebody says "oh, you're back!" is "...yea, hopefully I don't take the network down again."
Not so much a joke really. More of a half-assed apology for taking the network down the last time.
How do you tell an extroverted engineer?
He stares at your shoes instead of his.
Shut up and take my upvote. Well played.
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