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originally posted by: burdman30ott6
Normally, I'd agree, but this isn't a normal network by any stretch of the imagination. The systems that have gone down recently have been networks with significant redundancies and alternate pathways, in theory assuring an uninterrupted stream from the source via a detour around whatever piece of hardware needs fixed or reset. Netflix isn't compartmentalized on a single server, nor are the various gaming platform networks.
originally posted by: opethPA
Whats your experience with complex networks or really any network?
Things break, that's why people in the IS/IT world get paid well.
When a website, network, PBX, machine breaks it doesn't have to indicate something nefarious.
Without a single piece of info to indicate some attack I'll go with what Occam would say on this.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
And my experience with networks and technical architecture is far beyond most. I have been in the biz for a LONG time. Worked with secret
originally posted by: stuthealien
good netflix is nothing more than an attempt to make the internet PAY PER VIEW .
WHEN THE INTERNET STARTED THE FIRST PEOPLE HERE GAVE YOU FILE SHARING WAY BEFORE CORPORATIONS MOVED IN HERE ,IM TALKING PRE-GOOGLE.
we gave you the free world and minds and opinions ,in short a new world ,where we are one.
long live anonymous down with corporations .
peace and love xxxxxxxxxx the fight continues.....................
"Once a pretty big network gets an error like that, it propagates to most or all of the Internet very quickly," Underwood said. As he put it, Pakistan Telecom was impersonating YouTube to much of the world.