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Holy mother of god! That room better be sub-zero or those cables are gonna cause everything to fry… Who the hell needs ALL that?!
I always woundered what happed to my left over spaghetti, after all these years I finally find out
Where is that place exactly?
oh, one more question
what happens if i cut the yellow cable?
Poor tech. I feel bad for the guy.
Heh, that picture has been floating around the internet for years. It has to be fake.
cable factory? lol
ive got a couple of cable ties at home if that will help
this is my garage and im looking for volanteers to help me find the cable that goes to my printer
This is the government AFTER Obama. :)
This is like electricity cables on the streets of Thailand
It reminds me (except the wire is cat5) of a mainframe room i worked in during the late 70′s you know the kind toggles to enter data and papertape reels.Is this a server farm.
This is pretty much what happens when you have too many routers racked together. I’m pretty sure this is the case here. Usually they break up the location of the routers so that cable management is an easier task. I’d sure hate to be the guy to troubleshoot a bad cable in this place!
Judging by the thickness of those cables, it looks like they are cat6 cables and being that there are soo many of them, this picture can’t be too old, maybe 3 years tops.
I sure hope those are shielded, assuming they are plugged into something.
This looks to me like it belongs to the cheapest (or only) ISP of a 250,000 population city
Looks like it could be in the Terre Haute Main phone office DACS 3/1 patch panel upstairs
- Yeah we are having some problem, tried to fix it our self by moving a a couple of those yellow cables around just in case they where loose, but it didn’t help.
Could you come fix it real quick, we have a deadline this afternoon….
And this is why we’re out of IP V4 addresses
And we have a winner.
Dell Tech Support?
and qwest said it was my linux fetish slowing down the dsl, take that call center, now i have proof
The tin can was invented in 1810 but the can opener wasn’t invented until 1858; prior to the advent of the can opener people used hammers and chisels to open cans.
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