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[Discuss] Travelling abroad & taking technology

Just a point of opinion. UPS tends to be better for international than
FedEx, at least in my experience.

On 12/31/2012 11:02 AM, Mark Woodward wrote:
> What am I missing? Why can't you FedEx it?
> On 12/31/2012 10:36 AM, Matt Shields wrote:
>> I have buildout a datacenter in London in January and I've ordered
>> everything I need directly to the datacenter because of everything I've
>> heard about dealing with customs.  The only exception of a single
>> piece of
>> equipment we forgot that probably won't make it if I ship it now (a
>> Cisco
>> serial console server).  I know that I can carry my laptop on the
>> plane and
>> go through custom's fine, but is it possible to carry something like
>> that
>> with me or pack it in a suitcase and go through customs?

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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