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    Looking for a Cisco AGS or AGS+ router. Can be whole, case or boards but must be in good condition physically.

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    How about an AT&T Brouter (I think it's a CGS)?

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    I've been trolling eBay for one for a while, no such luck.

    Quote Originally Posted by ncherry View Post
    How about an AT&T Brouter (I think it's a CGS)?
    Also cool. I've got a DECbrouter90, which is a DEChub 90 module. It runs Cisco IOS, though it does look like DEC made the hardware.

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    I have three Proteon 8200 routers of the same age, with full docs. 68020 processor, ethernet and Pro-net/80 token ring cards, and software on 5.25 floppies. These are Multibus systems, and they are rather heavy. These were direct competitors to the first cisco routers. (Back in the day when the c in cisco wasn't capitalized)
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowen View Post
    I have three Proteon 8200 routers of the same age, with full docs. 68020 processor, ethernet and Pro-net/80 token ring cards, and software on 5.25 floppies. These are Multibus systems, and they are rather heavy. These were direct competitors to the first cisco routers. (Back in the day when the c in cisco wasn't capitalized)
    Very cool! Do they also use the Sun CPU board, as the early ciscos did?

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