[lanse] Re: LANSE sublet - comments please

  • From: "Jamie Elliott" <Jamie.Elliott@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <list@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 May 2002 14:04:28 +0100

Gaffor! Gaffor!  "we are a Microsoft house" err you may want to point
out in that case that being a Microsoft house requires you to license
your servers and stations. 

-----Original Message-----
From: list@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:list@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of kerr
Sent: 28 May 2002 13:53
To: list@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [lanse] Re: LANSE sublet - comments please

Great product...does it actually clone cisco syntax?

Oh and found this in overview...
"Management is always looking for ways to make work more efficient and
decrease expenses."

gripe on/

why oh why has management asked me to take our linux/samba fileserver
that has up time in excess of 300days. Never gets more than 10%
Basically gathers dust and does its job brilliantly.
And move it on to 2000.

when quizzed .. they say "we are a microsoft house".

\gripe off

-----Original Message-----
From: list@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:list@xxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of ChrisW @
Sent: 28 May 2002 13:36
To: list@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [lanse] Re: LANSE sublet - comments please

Guys I'm sure you've seen this before but I've 'made' routers using this
software plenty of times and they've been great.  No hassle, no setup
worries, (almost) plug in and go.  I'm using one myself - 486DX2-50 with
3com NIC and 56k modem - to route my home network to the 'net.  (No ADSL
until BT sort themselves out)

Anyway, it's www.freesco.org.

As an aside, I used to host the UK mirror
of the software site (www.freescosoft.com) but our logo never appeared
the deal was dropped... :(

See (some of) you Friday night!


On Tue, 28 May 2002, Chris Green wrote:

> Hi Mike
> > The 7200 is this size...
> > http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/rt/7200/
> > (remember, that's 19" rack size)
> > It's also about 3-4 times the weight of a PC.
> Oh yeah - I'd forgotten the 7200 was the big one. Maybe I'll rethink
> breaking-and-entering plan.
> > If you can nick it from my loft you can have it :-)
> Tempting - but I think the cost of all the physio I'd need to repair
> back damage I'd suffer from lifting the thing will more than offset
> cost of buying a new one :-)
> I'll stick with the Multicom Speedsurf, which although not a router is
> still a fine piece of kit:
> http://dns.lightning.ch/solutions/speedsurf.html
> Chris

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