On Tue, 4 Apr 2000, J.S. Havard wrote:
> something similar for our nice HP ProCurve 4000. For price/port and the
> functionality of those things, it just can't be beat. I'm going to save
> up and get one of those things for my house, although I'll only be using
> 10 ports at best. Well, I guess I could throw a big lan party at my
> house, which would half-way justify it.
HP1600M? 16 ports, expandable. Same spec as 4000 (actually bigger buffers
- the 4K is a workgroup switch)
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