Router Table Includes Pre-drilled Router Mounting Plates.

Pre-drilled, the plate can accommodate more than a dozen industry routers, while a blank mounting plate can be purchased separately and drilled to fit. Precise cuts are simplified using the table’s easy to position 4-7/8-inch tall by 25-1/8-inch wide aluminum fence with adjustable MDF face plates. Outfeeds can be offset for jointing applications and the fence fits a standard 2-1/2-inch vacuum hose for a clean work environment. Two adjustable featherboards mount directly on the fence or table to safely guide work. For convenient bit height adjustment capability, Bosch recommends using a router and base with a through-the-table adjustment feature, such as the Bosch 1617-series routers and the Bosch RA1165 Router Table Base (sold separately).
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GoDaddy: Outage due to corrupted router tables, not Anonymous

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GoDaddy hosting and DNS service downed in Anonymous attack According to Wagner, a series of unspecified “internal network events” took place that corrupted the company’s router data tables. Network routers keep tables listing host addresses as well as all the intermediate hops that data packets must take to reach their destinations. Without this information on Internet routers, websites, email hosts and other domain-name-based Internet services may be unreachable. Subscribe to Newsletters This outage impacted not only users of GoDaddy’s own Web hosting and email services, but also many Web sites with domain names registered through GoDaddy but hosted elsewhere, due to the fact that such websites were primarily located by consulting GoDaddy’s Domain Name System (DNS) servers. GoDaddy maintains records for over 53 million domain names, according to the company. GoDaddy’s outage took place shortly after 10 a.m.
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GoDaddy blames outage on corrupted router tables

The new designs feature a bright white table color, added accessory tracks, dust port and translucent bit guard to deliver maximum precision, ease of use, and safety for all router table operations, says the company. The High Pressure Laminate (HPL), Pro Phenolic, and Cast Iron Router Tables are each available in package deals. Package deals include the table top, router table fence, and router plate. The HPL and Pro Phenolic tables feature a new bright white surface designed to reflect more light and maximize visibility during routing operations. Built-in dual T-track/miter tracks expand the possibilities for a variety of setups involving additional jigs or a standard miter bar. All tables come with adjustable fence faces, a CNC-machined aluminum plate that is pre-drilled or can be drilled to fit any router and rests on a 10-point leveling/locking system for precise flatness, 21/2″ dust port to easily connect to a dust collection system, and a translucent bit guard for added safety and visibility.
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REDESIGNED ROUTER TABLES

The company did not specify how the tables were corrupted but did state it took additional measures “to prevent this from occurring again,” Wagner said. The company temporarily had competing registrar VeriSign to handle its DNS services during the outage. Customer information, such as credit card information, was not compromised any anytime during the outage, GoDaddy said. @AnonymousOwn3r did not immediately respond to GoDaddy’s statement.
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