[TriLUG] Fwd: OT: for sale - Cisco 1841 ISR with DOCSIS (cable modem) interface
gwbrown1 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 1 12:21:28 EST 2007
....and in conclusion (I hit the "send" button accidentally) the quad
ethernet card was about $400.00 and the cable modem was about $400.00. So
altogether I have $2000.00 in this thing. For anyone on Trilug it's yours
for $800.00. That is less then a Cisco 817 peeps. Not bad for a router
with these features that has been up and running for all of 20 minutes.
The router is going on CL for non-luggers for $1200.00.
I'll do a 'write net erase' before anyone purchases the device. This will
clear the config and deliver you a clean and ready to roll router.
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From: Greg Brown <gwbrown1 at gmail.com>
Date: Dec 1, 2007 12:17 PM
Subject: OT: for sale - Cisco 1841 ISR with DOCSIS (cable modem) interface
To: Triangle Linux Users Group General Discussion <trilug at trilug.org>
Wouldn't you know, client wants to go check out a Cisco solution to replace
the ISP provided cable modem that couldn't keep up with demand so I purchase
a Cisco 1841 with the notion they'll buy it. The customer loved the router
but decided to keep my M0n0wall firewall and go with a Cisco 817 (a smaller
Cisco with a DOCSIS interface and a single Ethernet port).
This router is bona-fide bad-ass. It is currently running 12.4.T with
advanced security (I have a couple other images as well). If you can
believe it or not, it is currently configured as a layer 2 device (that
change is all of one line in the config: "no ip routing" and setting the
CableModem0/0/0 interface in a bridge group with FastEthernet0). I set it
up that way for testing.
The router cost about $1100.00 and it had two HWIC cards added: HWIC 4ESW
(quad ethernet card) and a HWIC-CABLE-D-2
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