Anyone need a GatorStar GXR?
From the web:
GatorStar GXR -- an active device that combines an AppleTalk router
attached to an Ethernet and a LocalTalk network with an AppleTalk to TCP/IP
gateway (LocalTalk does not support direct transmission of IP packets) so
that IP packets on the Ethernet are passed as special IP packets on the
LocalTalk. A GatorStar GXR is a specific example, there are other products
that do similar things
Best/Any offer by 5:00PM monday PST takes it. Minimum off is "I'll cover
the cost of mailing it to me."
I've also got an Emulex P800 which looks like a MAU but it could be a
terminal server. Its pretty cool is says "Performance 8000", has dual
Ethernet connections on the back (AUI), dual power supplies, and what looks
like 12 DB25 ports (I can't imagine a fault tolerant terminal server, but
there you go. Free to a home somewhere.
Finally I've got a couple DEC LanBridges (100 and a 150), they look like
straight bridges but they just have two AUI connectors. Perhaps they do
filtering or something?
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