- Model Number : CISCO7304-NSE-150
- Part Number : CISCO7304-NSE-150, CISCO7304-NSE-150=, CISCO7304-NSE-150-RF
- Condition : Seller refurbished
- One (1) Seller refurbished Cisco 7304 Series Router Chassis CISCO7304-NSE-150 as described above
- One (1) Set of Rackmount Brackets Included
- One (1) 7300-NSE-150 7300 Series Network Services Engine
- One (1) AC Power Supply Included
- One (1) Fan Blade Included
- Manuals and Software CDs Not Included
Manuals and/or install software (where applicable) may be available through the manufacturer's website
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