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4000 Service manuals

4000 Service manuals

4000 Service manuals


A while ago I had some cds from a siemens engineer which had lists of amos/service documentation on it for the hp4000 series switches. Sadly these have went walkies at some point and the engineer in question isn't around any more. Don't really want to be asking our new engineer, he already changed the engr password when he found out we knew it and actively used it. It took an awful lot of work to get it changed back!

If anyone has these online, or would be willing to upload them for me, I'd be forever in your debt!



RE: 4000 Service manuals

I have what you need and more. I just have a problem posting a contact here. Siemens monitors this site and JUST-US.org and a few others. What you say here goes right to you account manager if you can be ID'ed or placed in a area.

Wonder why nobody wants to buy the company? Bad ethics, bad local management, and bad middle management. Top management is clueless. Paid big buck and couldn't give a crap. When was the last time you heard of a top level manager make contact with you? Well.....

In the words of Jack Nickelson, "they can't handle the truth".

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