Anyone need a 10/100 Layer2 managed switch?

From: Benjamin Stewart 
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We just replaced about 15 of these that had been in service for 15+ years.
Old? Yes. Solid? Yes. They even tolerate environments with lots of
metal-grinding dust in the air while never being cleaned!


On Tue, Jul 23, 2013 at 8:08 AM, Bret McHone  wrote:

> To avoid thread hijacking I started a new one..
>
> Just as a heads up to anyone interested on the list, I have about 10
> currently (and getting a lot more) old Baystack 450 switches. 24-port
> managed 10/100 switches. I've been selling them for $20 a piece with
> cascade module and cables. Some even have the 10/100/1000 Mbps fiber module
> in them if anyone is interested. I may be willing to trade for beer or ammo
> :)
>
> These are only L2 switches, but they are solid. They are configured
> through the menu so they are pretty easy to setup.
>
> Thanks,
> Bret
>
> On Jul 23, 2013, at 7:25 AM, Mike Harrison wrote:
>
> > On Mon, 22 Jul 2013, Dave Brockman wrote:
> >> On 7/22/2013 3:39 PM, Mike Harrison wrote:
> >>> I have a 24 port 3com SuperStack II 10/100 switch you can have,
> >>> free.
> >
> >> I'll donate the shell(s) to put that thing out of its misery :)
> >
> > Sounds like a Chugalug Range Day: Geeks, Guns and Gear..
> >
> > And like Dave said: It's junk gear, but it works and it's free..
> >
> > In fear of sounding like Aaron, I need a clean out the garage/office
> junk sale day..
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > 

=============================================================== From: Bret McHone ------------------------------------------------------ no doubt. Many of these have lifetime warranties through CXTEC. We are = upgrading because they don't support QoS and we moved to PoE switches to = try and clean up our closets from the power injectors.=20 I do have one BPS2000 (Business Policy Switch 2000) which, if put at the = head, will add QoS to the stack. I will admit that i've not done it, but = it's supposed to work according to our nortel guy. They also have the "latest" code available installed and can supply with = the Java Device Manager which uses SNMP and provides a GUI interface. -B years. Old? Yes. Solid? Yes. They even tolerate environments with lots = of metal-grinding dust in the air while never being cleaned!=20 wrote: currently (and getting a lot more) old Baystack 450 switches. 24-port = managed 10/100 switches. I've been selling them for $20 a piece with = cascade module and cables. Some even have the 10/100/1000 Mbps fiber = module in them if anyone is interested. I may be willing to trade for = beer or ammo :) through the menu so they are pretty easy to setup. junk sale day..