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HX50 Modem, Dish, Draytek Router, Afghanistan

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Jun 11th, 2011 at 7:40pm  
Soldier in Afghanistan selling entire network system for $4,000 or individually as priced below.  Everything purchased within the last 9 months and in great condition.  End of deployment and need to liquidate.  All five dishes together can support approximately 100 users in total with 80% connected.  Out here you can charge $100 per user per month for maximum of $10,000 revenue per month.  Internet fees with the highest package for all dishes run about $6,000 total so it's possible to make ~4K per month.


Located in Afghanistan on Kandahar and Spin-B I am selling Five HX-50 modems w/Dishs.  $500 Each
Two Draytek routers 2930VN.  $150 Each
Two TP-Link Gigabyte Switch 16 Port (TL-SG2216WEB) $150 Each.
Five Various TP-Link routers.  $200 for all.
One 8TB(Mirrored Raid 4TB Usable) HP Micro Server configured for file sharing over network.  $800
Two Dell Servers T110.  One with MikrotikOS installed, The other CentOS.  $600 each.

Lots of extras too...ethernet cords, high power antennas to set up wide area network over a couple kilometers.  Email: Tflagler (AT) gmail (DOT) com
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