I haven't seen any of the technical specifications that this would
call for. Sure, easy enough to mirror a port.

Are the requirements just that? So that law enforcement can come plug
in and 'tap' your network? Or do they require access from anywhere so
that they can, at any instance get that information without real
'physical' access to an isp's network?

Just questions... I certainly could have missed something in what I
read about it...

~fred


On 5/3/06, Travis Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
 Hi,

 This really isn't that hard. Put a fully manageable switch in front of your
backbone router to the internet and mirror the port(s). Done.

 We do this already to gather stats and find infected customers.

 Travis
 Microserv


 Dylan Oliver wrote:
http://news.com.com/2100-1028_3-6067971.html

 WASHINGTON--Broadband providers and Internet phone companies will have to
pick up the tab for the cost of building in mandatory wiretap access for
police surveillance, federal regulators ruled Wednesday.

 Ooof. So we not only have to ensure that the government can snoop on our
subscribers, but *pay for it*.

 Best,
 --
 Dylan Oliver
 Primaverity, LLC
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