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Old 09-08-2003, 11:04 AM
Wyler Furgeson Wyler Furgeson is offline
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Default Running a SAN with OSX and Protools 6.XX

Hello Protools Professionals,

Charismac has several successful FibreShare v2.0 installs under OSX using Protools 6 in conjunction with Apple, Atto and Emulex(LP6000, LP7000 & LP8000) HBA's. Both 1GB and 2GB infrastructures are operating currently in mixed and seperate environments. If you are running an OSX and OS 9 combined SAN environment we can also handle that as well.

If you would like details please contact me off list and I will be happy to discuss any technical information you have questions about.

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Wyler Furgeson
wylerf@charismac.com
www.charismac.com
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