Help identify this "thing"

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  1. Brian Johnson

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    I've had this for a couple years collecting dust in the closet. I finally found the power cord & it powers on.
    Can you tell me what it is & about how much its worth? (assuming it works)

    *removed pictures*

    Thanks Patrick.
    Well if it doesnt work this time, just cut & paste [​IMG]



    Thanks guys for all your help. Maybe I can give it to Goodwill [​IMG]
     
  2. Patrick Sun

    Patrick Sun Studio Mogul

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    Try changing the file name to not include spaces or "(" ")".
     
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    Looks like an Ethernet router or switch to me. Considering how far prices have come down for networking equipment, you'll probably not get a whole lot for it.

    You could use the make/manufacturer and enter it on eBay to see if the same device is offered there and what its current worth is.

    -Christian
     
  4. Brian Johnson

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    Thanks guys.
    Ebay was were it was going. Guess I 'll start it at 9.99 [​IMG]
    Not like I need it.
     
  5. brentl

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    From one of the main pages on the Crosscom web site.

    " To keep a competitive edge, your data network needs to be scalable for growth. When your POS or data systems are down, your store is down and your revenue stream is disrupted. You can count on CrossCom to keep your systems in peak performance; our technical skills can integrate components and isolate problems. When it comes to POS, UPS, VOIP, LAN, WAN, MAN, file servers, routers, back-up systems, file sharing, IP peripherals, CrossCom makes it all work for you."

    Could be worth a few bucks.

    Brent
    couldn't find specifics.

    Found out it's an " Integrated Branch Node (IBN)"

    You go from there.
     
  6. Chris

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    It's a site-to-site T1 routable device. Crosscom made a lot of their work interconnecting SNA type networks with i386 powered routers.

    Good luck selling, their routability on this router is going to be very limited.
     

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