[AusNOG] Serial over LAN (Serial to IP)
alexander at neilson.net.nz
Wed Jan 7 19:27:59 EST 2015
I recently worked in the ART facility run by Revera. Maybe it's more lax with frequent accessor but we had to hand over all phones pads laptops etc unless a specific request had been applied for to allow them in (then officially have to be actively monitored)
They are a little more relaxed about it in the operations side it's not hugely relaxed. Every cabinet is locked unless the request allows access into them and the metal frame is too small to slip a serial cable through.
Now I am sure there are loopholes (no invasive body searches and there doesn't seem to be active jamming) it is a tightly controlled place.
Neilson Productions Ltd
Alexander at Neilson.net.nz
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> On 7/01/2015, at 8:04 pm, Robert Hudson <hudrob at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've seen plenty of DCs claim to have some sort of restrictions, but aside from military-spec facilities (and inside the military areas of such facilities), who's going to stop a tech entering the DC with a laptop equipped with WiFi/bluetooth/etc? Or a mobile phone? They're basically tools of the trade these days, to take them from someone would be to render them useless in doing any sort of work inside the DC.
>> On 7 January 2015 at 16:49, Joseph Goldman <joe at apcs.com.au> wrote:
>> I might be mis-interpreting but I believe some DC's specify not allowed to broadcast things like wifi inside the DC and that they may confiscate gear? Could be wrong.
>>> On 07/01/15 16:37, Sam Silvester wrote:
>>>> On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 2:48 PM, Paul Wilkins <paulwilkins369 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> These things are tiny:
>>>> Thinking physical security in datacentres, and I'm having kittens. Are DCs generally planning on updating their protocols?
>>> What's the scenarios that are worrying you out of curiosity?
>>> What DC protocol do you think would address the concern?
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