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Ultimate Geek

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#196541 3-Jun-2016 16:33
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Up for sale is an advanced L3 HP 6600-24G-4XG Switch (J9264A). See links below for full feature list. Premium features are all enabled.


4 x 10Gbps SFP+ Ports
20 x 1Gbps Copper Ports
4 x 1Gbps Copper/SFP Ports


The switch is in good used condition with minor cosmetic wear.


It is still receiving regular software updates. Version K.15.18.0010 was released in March and is currently installed.


Single power supply installed with option for one more.


Lifetime Warranty (Active until Jul 28, 2110)


$650 Including Postage in NZ. Located in Wellington.












Information, Features, Specifications:


Enterprise Support Center:


Software Updates:

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  #1565160 3-Jun-2016 16:33
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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. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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Ultimate Geek

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  #1566542 6-Jun-2016 14:54
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I'll look at reasonable offers before listing on Trade Me




For those that don't know where to start with 10Gb ethernet, you could purchase some network cards from eBay e.g. Mellanox ConnectX-2 or Intel X540 network cards which generally come from decommissioned servers.


As for cabling, for very short runs you just need direct attach copper cables which aren't expensive. These can be purchased from (just let them know what equipment is at each end - some equip is vendor locked to certain cables)


For longer runs, third party SFP modules work absolutely fine. Purchase them as well as well as fibre patch cables from (as with the cables, let them know what equipment will be used)



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  #1586921 6-Jul-2016 08:53
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Update - listed on Trade Me for $1 Reserve

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