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Router Failure and Software Crash UW-Madison Network

Madison, Wis. A network crash last week left many University of Wisconsin-Madison students, faculty and staff wondering just what exactly was wrong with their e-mail. The Division of Information Technology, which monitors and sustains the UWs networks, experienced a system-wide crash last Frid......

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DoIT has taken a proactive stance to prevent future network outages. The department recently installed software that will allow systems administrators to contact other departments with outgoing phone messages to notify them of a system-wide crash.

DoIT is working with router vendor, Cisco, to further investigate the failure, ......

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'"/> By Kristin V. Johnson 01/14/04

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