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Topic # 239757 2-Aug-2018 16:48
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Hi all,
I'm doing a bit of a spring clean of gear that I've had about for a bit - I'm in Napier, haven't costed anything for post.  I'm open to offers, as I'm offering here instead of sending it all the tip.

 

PM me questions & offers:

 

Networking:

 

  • Cisco 2900XL switch - WS-C2924C-XL-EN running IOS (tm) C2900XL Software (C2900XL-C3H2S-M), Version 12.0(5.2)XU, MAINTENANCE INTERIM SOFTWARE - Factory reset performed (no passwords)
    - 22x 10/100 RJ45 ports, 2x SC 100BaseFX ports
  • 3Com Superswitch 3300 24 Port - 3C16980A - Reset performed, no passwords
    - 24x 10/10 RJ45 ports
  • 3Com Superswitch 4300 48 Port - Unknown condition, powers up and seems to work like a normal dumb switch, unsure if unit is dying or still OK.
  • 6x SC - SC optical patch cables, between 1m & 2m in length

Modems/Routers:

 

  • Skinny Huawei HG659 - Factory Reset, has ADSL filter, power brick and modem.
  • Vodafone Huawei HG659 - Factory Reset, ADSL Filter, LAN Cable, power brick & modem.
  • DrayTek Vigor130 (Factory reset) - Modem, CD, LAN Cable, xDSL cable, xDSL splitter, Power Brick
  • NetGear D6000 - AC750 WiFi Modem Router (Factory Reset) - Power Brick, LAN Cable, xDSL splitter, BT -> RJ11 cable, Modem.

Analog Phones:

 

  • Uniden Elite 9035 + 2NZ - Base Unit + Power Brick, 2x charging bases + bricks, 3x handsets, Bt -> RJ11 cable. ONLY 1 Battery, other two batteries died.
  • Uniden XDECT6135BTU + 2 - Base Unit + Power Brick, 2x Charging bases + power bricks, 3x handsets (pretty sure the batteries are stuffed) + BT -> RJ11 cable.
  • Panasonic KX-TG2421NZ - Handset, Battery, Base unit and power supply.
  • Dick Smith Slimline Phone (F4534) - Corded Analog phone.
  • Grandstream HT704 ATA (Factory Reset) - Power Brick, 3x fly leads (RJ11 -> BT Socket), ATA

PCI Cards:

 

  • X100 VoIP PCI Card
  • Gigabit PCI NIC (RTL8169SC chipset)

Free: (Pick up or pay shipping)

 

  • Igloo "freeview" receiver including power supply & remote. Update performed to allow it to be a freeview receiver.
  • One for All Indoor DVB-T VHF/UHF powered aerial. (Worked OK in Auckland, not as good as an external antenna, but if you are in a good to great reception area it works well) Comes with power brick.
  • 4x Microsoft Lumia 640 covers (Black, Orange, Green and Yellow)
  • IDE to CF Adapter
  • My Pico 2 KVM - VGA + USB x 2 , VGA out, requires PS/2 Mouse & Keyboard
  • ATen USB to IEEE-1284 Printer Cable (Model UC-1284B)
  • DSE Bluetooth USB Dongle (Class 2, XH8881)
  • Xbox 360 Wifi Adapter (MSK-XBOX360WLSNTWK)
  • DSE 2.4 GHz 7dBi Dipole Antenna (Magnetised base, I *think* it's an SMC connector on it)
  • Acro Gear KVM - DAG12 - DVI-I and USB 2 port.

Cheers!

 

Now gone:

 

  • Wacom Bamboo fun (CTE-650) - with mouse & pen. Requires MicroUSB.
  • Brother PTouch P1000 label printer - comes with power brick.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2067001 2-Aug-2018 17:36
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If the wacom fun is free I would be interested as I have a kid who loves drawing and that would step him up a level with the computer side.




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  Reply # 2067006 2-Aug-2018 17:37
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Morgenmuffel: If the wacom fun is free I would be interested as I have a kid who loves drawing and that would step him up a level with the computer side.

 

PM me your details :-)  Note that I *did* have issues getting the Wacom going with Windows 10 - I lost interest in trying to get it going properly.


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