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Old February 4th 04, 11:49 PM
Tom Olson
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Compaq Fibre Channel Connection Kit. This is new in the box and contains
the two Fibre Channel patch cables, and two GBICs. The GBICs alone are
worth allot of money. They are IBM Serial Optical Converters. (SOC-1063N
PN 21H9872 1063 MBd Short Wavelength, IBM42S10SNNCP20) The GBIC is Compaq
part number 234456-003 and the spare part number is 234458-001.

This is new in the box.

Guaranteed not to be dead on arrive since it is new in the box.

For more reference on what they are worth see below.


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