Juniper SRX650-BASE-SRE6-645AP + SRX-GP-16G Secure Services Gateway VPN Firewall For Sale

Juniper SRX650-BASE-SRE6-645AP + SRX-GP-16G Secure Services Gateway VPN Firewall


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Juniper SRX650-BASE-SRE6-645AP + SRX-GP-16G Secure Services Gateway VPN Firewall:
$849

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Manufacturer part number: Juniper SRX650-BASE-SRE6-645AP + SRX-GP-16G Secure Services Gateway VPN Firewall
Description: SRX650 Services Gateway with 1 Services Routing Engine (SRE), 4 x 10/100/1000BASE-T ports, 2 GB DRAM, 2 GB CF, fan tray, 645W AC-source power supply unit for SRX650.   Juniper 16-port 10/100/1000BASE-T XGPIM

Condition:  Lightly Used, fully tested

Includes:  power cord (USA) console cable, rack mounts... 

Warranty: 1 year refund or replacement

Any questions or need other gear... Contact us directly: 
Joe Murray Terabit Systems
+1 (415) 625-9976 joe(at)terabitsystems(dot)com 2565 3rd Street #218
San Francisco, CA 94107

Don't see what you are looking for, contact us, chances are we have it or can get it for you. I buy surplus hardware too.

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