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Topic # 223454 30-Sep-2017 14:17
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Does anyone have a spare LAN switch they feel like flogging? I thought my 5-port TP link would be sufficient for my simple needs, but I guess you can never have too much RAM or too many ethernet ports.

 

My usage is very simple, cabling is cat 5e and it will be a long time before I have to worry about gigabit speeds so a TP Link like I already have would be fine, I just need more ports, 8 or so. PM me with a price including postage to Hastings if you have anything suitable.

 

 





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  Reply # 1875108 30-Sep-2017 14:38
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$36.80 shipped

 

Use promo code "PBREVIEW" for free shipping. There are some cheaper ones on there as well, the promo code will work for them too.


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  Reply # 1875109 30-Sep-2017 14:40
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I got an 8 port 100mbs switch that you can have for the cost of shipping.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1875112 30-Sep-2017 14:52
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Sam91:

 

$36.80 shipped

 

Use promo code "PBREVIEW" for free shipping. There are some cheaper ones on there as well, the promo code will work for them too.

 

 

Thanks anyway but I just had a better offer. Maybe next time.

 

 





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  Reply # 1875114 30-Sep-2017 14:55
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DarthKermit:

 

I got an 8 port 100mbs switch that you can have for the cost of shipping.

 

 

Perfect. Exactly what I need. Just let me know the amount and I will get it to you. Mucho thanks.

 

 





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  Reply # 1875115 30-Sep-2017 14:58
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No problemo. smile

 

I'll nip down to the postal agent now and check...


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  Reply # 1875120 30-Sep-2017 15:12
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$5.50 in a courier bag. How does that sound?




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  Reply # 1875124 30-Sep-2017 15:19
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DarthKermit:

 

$5.50 in a courier bag. How does that sound?

 

 

Great. Make it $5 and I will just mail a fiver to you. Otherwise I need your bank account. Regular post is also okay with me. Where we live it is identical to courier, except courier costs more. But I'm not bothered by the amount. Whatever is easiest for you.

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1875125 30-Sep-2017 15:26
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Bit silly to spend $1 on a stamp to post a fiver. I can PM you the bank account number.

 

This switch is a Tenda S108. Nothing wrong with it, I got it at a flea market for a few bucks. It's only disused because I got a 24 port switch that made my two 8 port switches unneeded.

 

Do you want some crimpable RJ45 plugs and rubber boot covers? Can throw some in for you also. smile




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  Reply # 1875129 30-Sep-2017 15:47
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OK PM me your account. I can't think of a use for the other stuff. I don't have a crimping tool and I just use prefab cables. I think I have what I need. Thanks again.

 

 





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  Reply # 1875201 30-Sep-2017 18:45
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I’ve got two old Cisco 2950s. 24 port 100mbps. Bit noisy but ok to play with. Can vlan etc. Includes rack mount ears. And I have a console cable.

I’ve given up trying to sell them. I’m in wellington.




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  Reply # 1875245 30-Sep-2017 19:24
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davidcole: I’ve got two old Cisco 2950s. 24 port 100mbps. Bit noisy but ok to play with. Can vlan etc. Includes rack mount ears. And I have a console cable.

I’ve given up trying to sell them. I’m in wellington.

 

Thanks but I'll pass. The switch from darthkermit should do what I need.

 

 





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