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Old 29 September 2003, 14:23   #11
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For all you IT guys out there NO! you cant drill a hole with a Cisco router.

I actually think advising you to use a router , unless you have experience of one, was duff advice! The tool would do the job but it's not the easy skill to learn
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Old 29 September 2003, 14:54   #12
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For all you IT guys out there NO! you cant drill a hole with a Cisco router
Damn, I brought one home specially. I'm sure that the spec sheet said it supports tunnelling!

(For non IT people: Sorry about that - it's an IT joke )
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The 12000 series does trunking too if that's any help on the rib
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The old 4000 chassis still has uses : you can hide one of those mini fridges in it
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Routing Holes

I've an old Cisco somewhere (can't remember model) which would be ideal for putting holes in glass/plastic. Simply place on surface, switch on, and when you come back tomorrow, you will find a nice neat router-shaped hole where it has melted it's way thru!

I knew there was a reason I stopped using it.
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