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I have an old F5 BIG IP 2U rack mount server.  It has a P3-850Mhz CPU.  I don't really know anything about this, but it looks just like this:

http://cgi.ebay.com/F5-Big-IP-load-balancer-850Mhz-4-2PTF-bigip-Manual-2U-/160479206010?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item255d4e5a7a

Since this was wiped before I got it, how do I go about returning it to it's former glory and making it a load balancer again?  Can I download the OS or do I have to pay F5 for a maintenance contract?
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It might not be supported any more, but you should check with F5.  Presumably those who sold you this hardware needed the licenses transferred to the newer model they got.
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