[Herts] Anyone make use of a Cisco ADSL router ?

Paul Scally p1sc1lly at fastmail.fm
Thu Jun 24 12:13:50 UTC 2010

Andrew, I would be more than happy to take router off your hands as I
have already gained CISCO 1 qualification level of the CCNA .
I continued with CCNA 2 at College but never found time to complete 2, I
still have all the books and intend to take the new CCNA qualification
when i have found time to finish my CCNA studies.

As part of my CISCO lab I have been using old CISC ISDN routers (from
ebay), so this would be a major addition.

Happy to give you a donation\cash?

I should be at next Stevenage LUG.

Paul Scally
St Ives Cambridgeshire

[PS I am the one always late and has mt tea first thing on arrival(!),
and sometimes walks from the train station]

----- Original message -----
From: "Andrew Benham" <adsb at adsb.co.uk>
To: herts at mailman.lug.org.uk
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2010 13:01:01 +0100
Subject: [Herts] Anyone make use of a Cisco ADSL router ?

Apologies up front if this is against the rules of the list.

I have an 'as new' Cisco 837 ADSL router to give away - seems a
shame to take it to the dump.

Described to me as a real professional piece of kit, and I'm
sure it is - if you know Cisco IOS well enough to make use of
all its features.

On the minus side, it is ADSL1 only (so won't do more than 8Mb/s),
and there's no wireless access point.  And you need to know Cisco
IOS to configure it.  I've had it working on Be, but it's a bit
too complicated for me.

Andrew Benham         adsb at adsb.co.uk
Southgate, London N14, United Kingdom

The gates in my computer are AND OR and NOT, not "Bill"

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