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|No power socket, possibly powered by RM32
 
|No power socket, possibly powered by RM32
 
|?
 
|?
|Probably junk
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|Probably junk, google suggests this is a 'break out' for some other device.
 
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|3Com Unmanaged Switch
 
|3Com Unmanaged Switch
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|LCD Screen
 
|LCD Screen
 
|Not Tested
 
|Not Tested
|jontyw
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|[https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Jonty jontyw]
 
|Weird Connector - NOD'd on the 17th of Jan
 
|Weird Connector - NOD'd on the 17th of Jan
 
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|SAN thing
 
|SAN thing
 
|Not Tested
 
|Not Tested
|Donated by [[https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Kraptv|kraptv]]
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|Donated by [https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Kraptv kraptv]
|Missing a heat sink and SAS cables. Full of largeish hard drives
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|Missing a heat sink and SAS cables. Full of largeish hard drives. kraptv suggested removing drives and scrapping the chassis.
 
|----
 
|----
 
|Isilon 1920
 
|Isilon 1920
 
|SAN thing
 
|SAN thing
 
|Not Tested
 
|Not Tested
|Donated by kraptv
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|Donated by [https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Kraptv kraptv]
|Missing CPU, heatsink, and RAM. Full of largeish hard drives
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|Missing CPU, heatsink, and RAM. Full of largeish hard drives. kraptv suggested removing drives and scrapping the chassis.
 
|----
 
|----
 
|Isilon ?
 
|Isilon ?
 
|SAN extender thing
 
|SAN extender thing
 
|Not Tested
 
|Not Tested
|Donated by kraptv
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|Donated by [https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Kraptv kraptv]
|Looks complete, dumb device that needs one of the other parts to function
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|Looks complete, dumb device that needs one of the other parts to function. kraptv suggested removing drives and scrapping the chassis.
 
|----
 
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|Variable Transformer
 
|Variable Transformer
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|Big laser thing
 
|Big laser thing
 
|Not Tested
 
|Not Tested
|[https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Russ Russ]
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|[https://wiki.london.hackspace.org.uk/view/User:Russ Russss]
 
|Huge laser, with a huge controller and even huger transformer.
 
|Huge laser, with a huge controller and even huger transformer.
 
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Revision as of 16:35, 31 January 2016

There's various bits of equipment stored under the fire escape stairs in the basement. I've attempted to form a list below.

NB: This refers to the storage area under the stairs. It does not block the fire escape

Name Description Tested Owner Comments
Cisco 2611XM Router, 2x 100 Mb/s ports, 1x ADSL WIC Powered On ? Useful for learning Cisco IOS, not much else
Linksys RV082 VPN Router, Dual WAN, 100Mb/s ports, Also has Cisco badge Powered On ? Probably junk
Linksys RV082 VPN Router, Dual WAN, 100Mb/s ports, Also has Cisco badge BNIB ? Probably junk
Comtrol Rocket Port RM32 - RJ45 'thing' No power socket, possibly powered by RM32 ? Probably junk, google suggests this is a 'break out' for some other device.
3Com Unmanaged Switch 8 ports? No PSU ? Probably junk
BlackBox Serv Select III 8 Port KVM? Powered On ? Possibly useful if it doesn't rely on some expensive software
DVDO iScan VP30 Video Thingy, Many ports No PSU Koko@uke.de DNH Label, judging by the amount of dust on it, it's been forgotten
Digi Port Server II16 16 Port Console Server Powered On ? Possibly useful but we seem to have several Console servers
Avocent DSR 2161 KVM? Powered On LHS Possibly useful if it doesn't rely on some expensive software
Avocent DSR 2161 KVM? Powered On LHS Possibly useful if it doesn't rely on some expensive software
Avocent AMX5000 Console Server Powered On ? Possibly useful but we seem to have several Console servers
D Link PoE Midspan 12 Port PoE Midspan Powered On ? Possibly useful, although I'm unsure if it will pass 1Gb/s ?
Cisco 2811 Router, 2x 100Mb/s ports Powered On ? Useful for learning Cisco IOS, not much else
Cisco 3560v2 Layer 3 Switch, 24x 100Mb/s Powered On ? Useful for learning Cisco IOS, not much else
Cisco 3550 Layer 3 Switch, 24x 100Mb/s Powered On ? Useful for learning Cisco IOS, not much else
HP Procurve 2510G Managed Switch, 48x 1000Mb/s Powered On ? Modernish switch, good L2 features, has a CLI - Probably worth keeping
3Com 2952 Manged Switch, 48x 1000 Mb/s Powered On Donated by kraptv Due to replace the 3com in the Shack - also owned by kraptv
Validator NT900 Cable Tester Powered On ? Looks like a nice bit of kit. Unsure if it does 1000Mb/s. Battery was flat, I stuck it in charge but it might be knackered. Probably usefull for testing the 100,000 Ethernet cables in the space
Digi Port Server II16 16 Port Console Server Not Tested EMF Complete with PSU and Cables, non rack mountable, Possibly useful but we seem to have several Console servers
SGI Screen LCD Screen Not Tested jontyw Weird Connector - NOD'd on the 17th of Jan
Isilon 1920 SAN thing Not Tested Donated by kraptv Missing a heat sink and SAS cables. Full of largeish hard drives. kraptv suggested removing drives and scrapping the chassis.
Isilon 1920 SAN thing Not Tested Donated by kraptv Missing CPU, heatsink, and RAM. Full of largeish hard drives. kraptv suggested removing drives and scrapping the chassis.
Isilon ? SAN extender thing Not Tested Donated by kraptv Looks complete, dumb device that needs one of the other parts to function. kraptv suggested removing drives and scrapping the chassis.
Variable Transformer Variable Transformer Not Tested LHS Russ has advised this was donation and just needs a case making
Big Laser Big laser thing Not Tested Russss Huge laser, with a huge controller and even huger transformer.
Generic Server 1x CPU, 16GB of RAM, HDDs Powered On ? Server, looks complete