[rescue] Re: IOS

Bill Bradford mrbill at mrbill.net
Wed Jul 30 16:48:46 CDT 2003

On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 02:24:02PM -0700, N.Miller wrote:
> TGV Software (provided
> DSL software for the majority of DSL connection products).

And don't forget TGV MultiNet, the IP stack for VMS. 8-)

> Anyway, that was probably more history than you wanted to hear. :-)

I have most of a pre-Cisco (NTI-badged) PIX, serial number under 50, in
my living room. 8-)  It's just a 486-66 motherboard, two 3Com ISA network
cards, a floppy disc controller (and drive), a 3U rackmount case, and a
ISA flash card (512K).

I've also had a number of Grand Junction (er, excuse me, "Catalyst") 
switches that I loaded the "Cisco" firmware on.

So, Combinet was the ones who made the crap that Cisco sold as the 
7xx-series ISDN hardware?


bill bradford
mrbill at mrbill.net
austin, texas

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