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Topic # 222985 6-Sep-2017 18:08
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hi all

 

im looking for something like this please, with a glass door

 

 

 

 

 

18 or 22 RU, let me know what you have

 

 

 

thanks

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1859953 6-Sep-2017 20:44
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Your picture shows a wall mount rack cabinet most often used for structured wiring, network switches, firewalls, etc.  It would be unusual to put a server in one of these.  Generally a cabinet for a server would be a freestanding model....  does that sound about right to you?

 

Perhaps also mention your location.  These are heavy and freight may be more expensive than you expect.

 

Hope you find something!





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  Reply # 1859968 6-Sep-2017 21:34
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thanks for the clarification. yes its not really for a server, more for network  / av equipment and some rack gear

 

 

 

location auckland, can pick up from anywhere


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1859975 6-Sep-2017 21:48
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If you are putting AV gear in it, watch the depth of it. need heaps more room for inflexible HDMI and similar cables out the back of that stuff, and also knobs on the front may hit the door without pushing well back on the shelf.





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