When you do something good you should always be rewarded, even if it's just a nice warm feeling inside!
On the other hand when you do something bad you should be punished and I am officialy punishing myself by posting this message...
Tonight I connected to my work network via a Cisco VPN client through a Cisco 515E PIX (This is managed by a third party supplier)... So I thought I would be a clever t%*t and change the domain name in the PIX... If this wasn't enough I decided to relod the PIX when it warned me that the encryption was no longer valid.
After rebooting it I realised that the failover PIX would kick in...
Now I can't get into my network and fix my errors! It's ok because I don't have a boss (what I mean is it is my PIX), obviously I have a boss - everybody has a boss!
The problem is I'm not sure if I can get into the box locally tomorrow and change the domain name back and reboot the two boxes or do I have to punish myself even more and phone the supplier that looks after the PIX and admit what a t%*t I am? Eat humble pie or fix the error?
Feel free to call me a t$*t... or you could help me! Will this be sorted when I change the domain name back?