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Got a Server cabinet from a bank that was closing down

Discussion in 'Networks & Internet Connectivity' started by iBot, 16 Feb 2006.

  1. iBot

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    Only had a quick look at it, it's a 6 or 7u cabinet with a patch panel, a few cables a isdn modem and Something I dont know what it is...

    It has network ports, old coxial network ports, a monitor or serial port...

    I'm guessing it's probably some sort of router?
     
  2. Jez

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    Just sounds like a mixed media hub with a console port?
     
  3. antc

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    post some pics up mate so we can have a look
     
  4. iBot

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    I'll take pics in a bit.

    Likely to be worth anything? I have no need for any of it bar some patch/crossover cables I pulled from it.
     
  5. NickK

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    If it's a vpn hub such as a Cisco 2600 or a 2611XM series - then yes it's worth something..

    If it's a KVM it's still worth something....
     
  6. Jez

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    Really are going to need a model number (bound to be one printed on it) or a photo :)