[rescue] Current collections...

Bill Bradford mrbill at mrbill.net
Wed Apr 7 00:33:33 CDT 2004

On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 06:38:11PM -0700, Skeezics Boondoggle wrote:
> The LD-417 isn't the old "paint a PC case blue" job like the 416 or 430;  
> it was a 1U box, much more like a "real" Cisco... Of course, inside it's a
> 600Mhz P-III, 512MB and some special software. :-)

Ahh, okay.

> Nifty.  Of course, the old Telebit Netblazers were just PC+custom BIOS
> designs too; we always wanted to build clone Netblazers because their
> prices were rather insane.  Even NetApps started out as essentially the
> same thing (although they did move to Alphas, then went back to Intel,
> they do their own motherboard designs).

Our NetApp rep says that the FA940 is something like a 1Ghz or 1.2Ghz
P3 "Coppermine" CPU.  It has OpenBoot, though, like a real computer.


bill bradford
mrbill at mrbill.net
austin, texas

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