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Re: [TCLUG:5489] cisco 2000 routers....

i'm a newbe when it comes to linux.  these routers you mentioned interest
could these routers be used to set up a cisco lab in one's basement or are
there too many missing pieces to this puzzle?

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Babineau <>
To: <>
Date: Monday, April 26, 1999 10:38 AM
Subject: Re: [TCLUG:5489] cisco 2000 routers....

>Anyone got a phone number?
>Hey, if you go to MPC (materials processing corp.) in eagan, they have a
>stack of used cisco 2000 routers (ethernet variety) for 25 bucks a piece.
>dunno about csu/dsu's, only ones I have are the 56k frame relay type. MPC
>is somewhat like dexis, who happens to run the guy at dexis
>told me about them. 2805 West Service Rd, Eagan. a good way to get there
>from anywhere is to take 494 east (or west, depending) and go south on
>pilot knob road. when you get to Lone Oak Rd, go east for several blocks
>until you're almost at a point where it crosses 35E. BEFORE 35E, turn left
>on Eagandale Blvd. take that north about 3 blocks or so and then turn right
>on West Service Rd. follow that for about 1/2 a mile and you'll see a
>building with MPC on the front in big letters. it's the little door in
>front, off to the right. says "MPC surplus." also have lots of other
>cheap/cool stuff.
>    Hope this helps... if it does, good, if not, hopefully it will help
>someone else :)
>-Eric Gjerde
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