[Beowulf] Would you sell me Firmware CD for DES-5600?

Tim Wakkuri twakkuri at penmed.com
Wed Feb 8 09:09:39 EST 2006


Hello Ray,

I saw the following post and wondered if you ended up purchasing the
DES-5600 and if so if you'd be interesting in selling me a copy of the
firmware CD.  Believe it or not, even though our DES-5600 is only four
years old, not one D-Link web site in any country has it.  Calling the
company directly didn't get me anywhere either.  D-Link S#@KS when it comes
to support.  At least with the DES-5600.

Thanks for your time.

Tim Wakkuri
Network Administrator / Systems Support Specialist
Peninsula Medical Center / Peninsula InfoMed
(906)225-3909 Work
(800)628-3333 Toll Free
(906)225-7484 Fax


Experience with D-Link DES 5600 or DES 6000?
Ray Jones rjones at merl.com
Mon Feb 12 15:00:03 PST 2001
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Can anyone comment on the DES 5600 or DES 6000 switches from D-Link
(for 100bT)?  We're considering building a Beowulf of around 128
nodes, using either a FNN (six 64 node neighborhoods via 5600s) or
just one switch (the DES 6000).

Useful links:
http://www.dlink.com/products/switches/des6000/
http://www.dlink.com/products/switches/des5600/

Other suggestions for switches are welcome as well.  We're in the
"thinking seriously about it" phase, and hope to start settling down
on real hardware candidates.

Ray Jones
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories - Cambridge Research Lab




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