28455Re: Stuff Bill is Brining
- Dec 6, 2012OK, so if Dave is not interested in the Interlan cards, I'd be interested in one of them.
As for keeping the cards together, I don't see much point to it. If you had the original rack fully equipped as it was when in service, I'd say yes, but just loose in a box these cards are pretty generic.
BTW, I built a 56kps network for USRobotics in the mid-'80s linking our Chicago and UK operations. Most of the traffic was cc-mail and inventory reports. Nobody complained about speed or congestion.
--- In email@example.com, "B. Degnan" <billdeg@...> wrote:
> That was my typo, sorry. I was thinking Q bus, but typed OMNIBUS. Oops!
> These are all the 4 connector Q bus except the one M8190 I think which is a
> half card.
> Would it be a mistake to break up this set of cards?
> I don't want to part with both Ethernet cards, they came from one of the
> original nfsnet systems (at the U of Delaware), the place where they
> invented the Fuzzball router (or helped design/test).
> -------- Original Message --------
> > From: "jack.rubin@..." <jack.rubin@...>
> > Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2012 3:25 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [midatlanticretro] Re: Stuff Bill is Brining
> > > Dec OmniBus cards - Dave McGuire expressed interest, no deal made as of
> > > this writing
> > > > M8192
> > > > M8190
> > > > InterLAN BD-NI201A Ethernet Address # 020701 003516
> > > > M7551-CR
> > > > M8067
> > > > InterLAN BD-NI2010 Ethernet Address # 020701 000CB4
> > >
> > > probably more as space allows.
> > >
> > > Bill
> > >
> > Dag nabit, boy - get on the right bus! All those M??? things are qbus
> (well, ok, the right flavor '8190 could go Q or U) and the interlan cards
> are unibus. I'd be interested in one of the ethernet cards if Dave doesn't
> gobble them all up. Just about dropped my choppers when I saw your note
> about an omnibus ethernet adapter.
> > Jack
> > ------------------------------------
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