[rescue] Watchguard Firebox II
Jeffrey J. Nonken
jeff_work at nonken.net
Mon Nov 25 08:53:10 CST 2002
On Sat, 23 Nov 2002 08:31:11 -0600, Steve Hatle wrote:
>From: rescue-admin at sunhelp.org [mailto:rescue-admin at sunhelp.org]On
>Behalf Of Dan Sikorski
>Sent: Friday, November 22, 2002 10:21 PM
>To: rescue at sunhelp.org
>Subject: Re: [rescue] Watchguard Firebox II
>>Yeah, i think at least some of 'em have 200mhz pentiums, but i know
>>had 300mhz models, probably amd.
>>Was it a PCMCIA flash card? or something else?
>Nope - there are PCMCIA cards "for expansion" but it looks like
>flash on the MB, if I know what I'm looking at.
Atmel part? Probably a J-lead case with an "F" somewhere in the part number.
>>Well, the first thing would be to find out what chipset the
>>interfaces use, that's probably the biggest thing to worry about.
>>guess would be an intel chipset.
>>Did it have an IDE or floppy interface?
>It's still open on my desk, I'll check it out on Monday and let you
>what I find. I didn't see any headers that looked IDE or floppyish,
>The way to do it might be to update the flash with the new OS image
>the managment software, but how you would get such image built is
Could be somebody's standard mobo with a non-standard BIOS. If you can find
the original part number, there's a chance you might be able to flash a
standard BIOS to it.
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