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Topic # 204270 24-Sep-2016 12:11
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Sping clean time, i like it all gone :)

 

Offers please.

Have multiples of the following routers, most with power supplies and all in working order.

 

Cisco SOHO97
Cisco 827
Cisco 827H
Cisco 831
Cisco 837
Cisco 851
Cisco 857
Cisco 871
Cisco 877 

 

Other stuff.

 

Cisco UC520-16 + SR520 ADSL router

HP ProCurve 530 Dual Radio PoE Accesspoint (J8987A)

 

HP Laserjet 3500/3700 Additional 500 Sheet Paper Tray

 

HP 4200 Printer Server Appliance

 

HP Proliant Servers DL380G4p / DL380G4 / DL? 1U / ML110 G2/G3 / ML350 G4/G5+ disks to suit.

 

Micronet 8port PoE Smart Switch

 

Micronet 11n Outdoor 2.4Ghz CPE (2x for PtP)

 

Ubiquiti Nano Bridge M5 with dish, mounts

 

Proxim CPE radio

 

Plenty of other stuff, wireless gear, CPU's, HDD's (scsi/ide/sas/sata)

 

Laptop parts

 

HP Workstations, XW4300/4400 HP Desktops, CMT / SFF

 

HP 19" Monitors

 

HP Keyboards / HP mice (USB) New + Good used.

 

Everything in very good condition.

 

PM for offers.

 

Happy to ship at cost. Some of the bigger stuff can bring to Auckland in the next few weeks, otherwise pickup in Hawkes Bay.

 

 

 

Cheers.


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  Reply # 1640062 24-Sep-2016 23:54
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What sort of CPU's ? Cheers

 

 





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  Reply # 1640068 25-Sep-2016 06:54
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xpd:

 

What sort of CPU's ? Cheers

 

 

 

 

 

 

Core2Duo, Core2Quad, Celeron, Centrino - I need to dig them out to confirm.


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  Reply # 1640246 25-Sep-2016 14:15
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What do you have in the way of 2.5" sas or sata disks? 





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  Reply # 1640582 26-Sep-2016 12:25
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14X SATA ranging from 750GB to 160Gb 5400 & 7200

 

1x750 6x500 2x320 1x250 4x160 all erased scanned and surface tested.

 

7x 146gb 10k SAS 2x 300gb 10k SAS 3x 72gb 10k SAS as yet untested but assumed good.

 

Quite a few 250Gb/500Gb 3.5" SATA

 

Several 1TB/2TB 3.5" SATA

 

 


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  Reply # 1640905 26-Sep-2016 20:27
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Has that ML350 G5 got a 2.5" or 3.5" drive cage?




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  Reply # 1640944 26-Sep-2016 21:52
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AHitman:

 

Has that ML350 G5 got a 2.5" or 3.5" drive cage?

 

 

3.5"


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