Subject: Re: a kernel config file for "LAMB" router
To: Fred Clift <>
From: David Maxwell <>
List: port-i386
Date: 11/28/2000 11:11:37
On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 09:09:50AM -0700, Fred Clift wrote:
> On Sun, 26 Nov 2000, Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino wrote:
> >
> > 	has a cool linux/i386-based router (two 10Base-T ethernet ports)
> So are these for sale anywhere outside japan?  About how much do they
> cost?

From their reply to me.

Hello David ,

Thank you for your request.

1. You must handle power supply problem.

 This product contains one AC/DC converter which use in Japan only.
 Specification is 
  Swiching power supply , CONSTANT voltage.
  input  AC100V,50/60Hz , output 5V(+/-5%)

2. Supported language is Japanese only.

 Web-control-panel and paper-documents are writen in Japanese.
 We do not have a plan to translate these at least for the present.
 (But you can customize web-pages ,
  because you can login to this router and enjoy Linux!)

3. Customer support is only at our web-site.

 We sometime send e-mail news to customer, but it is writen in Japanese.
 If you need it, we'll send to you, too.

4. Price

 Japanese retail price is 52,800YEN.
 The rate we use now is 110YEN/USD, so US price is 480.00-USD.
 We use EMS to shipping to USA.
 Shipping and handling is 
   1      18.00-
   2      30.00-
   3      44.00-
   4      50.00-
   5      56.00-
 In other cases , please ask us.

6. Payment method is only T/T.

 We are sorry , we do not accept Credit-card.
 Please ask our bank information.

7. We do not accept turn back.

 We do not accept cansel after we shipped.

8. We exchange product , only if it was broken when arrived.

 We pay shipping cost for send and receive.
 You can send back after you get RMA number.

Do you have any other questions ?  Please ask us.
I am sorry to my cheep English.

Thanks and best regards,
Genmei Mori

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