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11 November 2006 @ 01:35 pm
 
Anyone want a free 24-port 3com hub?

Pros:
Connect up to 24 computers together or 23 to a network connection and each other.
3com name
Optional expansion slots in back (two)
Rack-mountable
Could be used to make an Etherkiller powered hub

Cons:
Only 10base-T
A hub, not a switch

Details:
SuperStack II PS Hub 40, 3C16406, includes standard power cable. My last job gave them away when they upgraded to 100base-T.


 
 
 
"D" is for Dori: Pretty Boidzayde on November 11th, 2006 10:12 pm (UTC)
I would rather have a nekked bishounen dancing for me in teh moonlight, but thank you for the offer.

If you see any nekked bishounen, please head them my way.

(Yes I am still manic.. lol)
ashi: ai-khan!!!ashi on November 11th, 2006 10:51 pm (UTC)
I will keep that in mind.
Blessed Holocaust of Tolerance7leaguebootdisk on November 11th, 2006 11:06 pm (UTC)
hmmm, handy for sniffing the world, but.......

I'd say the original etherkiller was the BNC one used in some alt.sysadmin.recovery graphics (or was it BOFH?) That was a good decade ago.
drewkittydrewkitty on November 12th, 2006 12:19 am (UTC)
Thank you. Yet another IT device nightmare to inflict on the data center boys.
Foxgrrl: launch codesfoxgrrl on November 12th, 2006 01:41 am (UTC)
Actually, hubs come in hand for a lot of the network analysis stuff that I do, and they're getting to be hard to find new these day. I only have two 4-port hubs at work, and if I need to analyze networks larger than that, then things are going to get tricky.
ashi: arrrr!ashi on November 12th, 2006 02:55 am (UTC)
Sure. When would you like it?
Kevin Standleekevin_standlee on November 12th, 2006 02:46 am (UTC)
Darn; if it was 100mpbs, we'd want it because we've maxed the capacity on the home network. Thanks for the offer, though.