OT: Looking for a couple of modern things . . .

From: James L. Rice <jrice_at_texoma.net>
Date: Sun Jul 23 11:45:34 2000

The FriendlyNET pods are ethernet transcievers for connecting a
Macintosh with an AAUI port to 10BaseT. The hub is just that, a hub
that also will connect to 10B2 and 10B5 systems.

Christian Fandt wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Briefly, I'm requesting two things here although they're less than 10 yrs
> old. This is a good venue, I think, to initiate private replies to these
> requests.
> 1.) I've recent got several ASANTE' networking parts. I'm requesting a
> copy of any documents or other info on these. Their website has no docs for
> these apparently obsolete products, naturally. They are:
> a.) A couple of FriendlyNET adaptor pods: They are small palstic boxes
> (~2" x 3") with an RJ-45 receptacle on one end and a 1 meter cable with a
> 14 pin micro-D connector at the end. Looks like the micro-D (my term for
> it) evidently plugs into a port on a laptop or other such small computing
> appliance.
> b.) A 10T HUB/8 8-port hub. Yes, there's an 8-port hub on their website as
> an existing product but mine is an older unit with a BNC and AUI port
> connector in addition to the 8 RJ-45's and an RJ-45 OUT port. No other
> identifying marks except for a s/n: 630D0995.
> 2.) Anybody have a distribution of AutoCAD LT for Windows 95 FS? I'm
> looking for a transferable copy (license-wise transferable). This could be
> either a new old stock (NOS) copy from a store's back shelves or one that
> somebody tried out and didn't want to use and can pass on the whole
> license, box, docs, CD, etc. I'm trying to be a little economic and save
> some hard-to-find money by getting a used/obsolete version.
> Reply off list of course. Thanks for your help.
> Regards, Chris
> -- --
> Christian Fandt, Electronic/Electrical Historian
> Jamestown, NY USA cfandt_at_netsync.net
> Member of Antique Wireless Association
> URL: http://www.antiquewireless.org/

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