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Need information on hardware required for networking ie hubbs, routers and so on. Technical spec will good too. Pictures will have additional values.A list with brief descrption will do include pictures and many hardware products as possible

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Goto WWW.3Com.com a lot of Companies were using 3COM systems. They have all the technical informations, photo and price on their Web site.  I trust 3Com stuffs more then other companies.
By the way their Technical support is very good too, you don't have spend too much time with them, and you get the ansewer very fast.

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expected more help from u guys but 3com will do fine. Thanks anyway .
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