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The Cook in hospital!

Russell Cook, meanest network engineer in the campus, explains why it is not a good idea to attempt to mount a fully populated Cisco Catalyst 4510R all by yourself!
I took Callie and Kath to Olivedale outpatients, and who should be there? None other than the Cook! He strained his back, reviving his old Cisco injury, reaching for the remote control (or slipped on the potato when climbing off his couch.) Who says using Cisco doesn't hurt?


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