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    Default $40 for a 1700 worth it?

    I can get a 1700 with a t1 interface for $40, that is all I know currently, I plan to go take a close up look. Is it worth it to get? I have a ton of other gear.
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    depending on the rest of the specs on the device. if you have a ton of other gear is there really a need?
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    no, more of a OCD thing than anything. I have access to 1800 series, If any one is interested here is the link:


    Cisco 1700 Router

    He will take $40 for any in and around the Knoxville area
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    Couldn't venture a guess without knowing the model.

    A 1760 could be a steal at $40, and a 1710 could be overpriced at $5.
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    If you have a ton of equipment already I'd probably pass on it. If you want to test Serial connections or some basic routing... it may be over priced following what Mike has said.
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