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Topic # 121035 21-Jun-2013 19:55
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Posted this on GPForums, but no replies, so thought I'd try here before they go to the recyclers.

Work is getting rid of a number of old switches - Palmerston North office. They all power up OK, so I'm assuming they go.

I don't want to try and ship them.

Not all have mounting hardware.

Allied Telesyn Centrecom 3024SL 10BaseT HUB
MOTOTECH MS4016 100BaseT 
Allied Telesyn AT-8024M 100BaseT (1x1gb)
Allied Telesyn Centrecom 3624TR 10BaseT 
Allied Telesyn Centrecom 3624TR 10BaseT 
DYNALINK AFS016 100BaseT 
3 x Allied Telesyn FS716 100BaseT 


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  Reply # 841236 21-Jun-2013 19:55
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  Reply # 841289 21-Jun-2013 21:13
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Oooh! Free tech gear in Palmerston North! I might be interested. Not sure what I would use a network switch for in the home, but I'm sure there must be something I could use it for. Any suggestions on how I could use this in a simple home network...?



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  Reply # 841296 21-Jun-2013 21:32
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Lizard1977: Oooh! Free tech gear in Palmerston North! I might be interested. Not sure what I would use a network switch for in the home, but I'm sure there must be something I could use it for. Any suggestions on how I could use this in a simple home network...?


Not much else other than filling the place with network connections, plus being old server room gear they are a little loud. :-)



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