[Chugalug] Dave's Garage Recycling Fire Sale!

Joe Freeman joe at netbyjoe.com
Tue Aug 20 12:49:53 UTC 2013


I'd be interested in the 4003.


On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 8:45 AM, Dave Brockman <dave at brockmans.com> wrote:

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> The dumpster is in the drive-way, if you want any of these, please
> speak up quickly.  All items are free to a good home, first come,
> first serve.  All items except the Digi should be in full working
> condition.  Just want to make one final offer on my old toys in case
> anyone has a desire for any of these items.
>
> 1 HP LaserJet 5000 + 2 extra paper drawers.  It will need a drum
> before much of a duty cycle is run on it.  It is a tank and will run
> forever.
>
> 1 Cisco 4003 Switch, 2 x PSU, 2 x Linecard slots, 1 x Supervisor slot.
>  A Sup IV (which will do Layer 3 Routing) is less than $50 on Ebay.  I
> can supply 1 10/100 Line Card.  Tons of cheap parts on Ebay, great for
> CCNA studies, can fulfill Routing & Switching roles.
>
> 1 Cisco 4006 Switch, 3 x PSU, 5 x Linecard slots, 1 x Supervisor slot.
> Same Sup IV that works above, works in this unit as well.  I can
> supply 1 10/100 Line Card.  Tons of cheap parts on Ebay, great for
> CCNA  studies, can fulfill Routing & Switching roles.
>
> 1 Compaq 6500, 4 x Xeon, I think 2GB RAM.  U160 Linux supported SMART
> controller.  It was running RedHat when I shut it down.  Yes, it was
> so long ago it was still called RedHat.  It runs Netware too! :)
>
> 1 HP LC Netserver.  Old, but not old enough for Ed.  Tying into our
> recent Novell conversation, this is your chance to own your very own
> Netware server!
>
> If anyone wants to tinker with it, I have an 8 port Digi TS console
> server that started making the "clickety-clack" noise when powered on
> last weekend.  I'll ship this to anyone who might want to play with it.
>
> Ed, I pulled the Packard Bell out of the pile, I'm still holding it
> safe for you.  It should reach your age discrimination limit any day
> now....
>
> Regards,
>
> dtb
>
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