[chbot] Cisco router loan
fleetwil at gmail.com
Sun Nov 15 04:25:17 GMT 2015
I have some experience configuring Cisco routers and switches, rudimentary, but probably enough to get it up and running. If you can get to the console port (9600b serial, probably need the special cable with the RJ45 and DE-9 connector) and get into exec or privileged exec mode do a "show version" and a "show startup-config"
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> On 15/11/2015, at 14:50, Yani Dubin <yani.dubin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh, and I should add that it is rack mount size (48 port?) - so unless it is what you want, you probably really don't want it :)
>> On Sun, Nov 15, 2015 at 2:48 PM, Yani Dubin <yani.dubin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> Not sure if it is any help, but I thought I had the sort of thing you might be after. However, having looked into it, I see what I have is a Cisco managed switch rather than a router (CiscoCatalyst 3500XL). The guy giving it away felt it had value for 'CCNA practice' and 'works fine'. I gather it runs some manner of OS, being managed, and presumably a Cisco one given his comment - but that is as much as I know.
>> It is sitting in my garage and has never been fired up. Let me know if it might be helpful - I think I can get to it / it hasn't been incorporated to the point of becoming structural :)
>>> On Sat, Nov 14, 2015 at 9:03 PM, Mark Atherton <markaren1 at xtra.co.nz> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> Does anyone have any older Cisco routers kicking around spare, they might be willing to lend out ?
>>> I have recent taken some interest in learning about Cisoc IOS and routing and found some excellent tutorials on the subject.
>>> Not entirely sure what I am looking for, but it will certainly be Cisco hardware (as distinct from an x86 platform and extra NICs).
>>> Also, any recommendations for a low cost PCI NIC which supports VLANs.
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