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Website with Networking Parts



I've started a job at a logistics management company which deals with networking equipment from a major ISP in my country. There's a ton of stuff there from public infrastructure equipment (even pay phones) to some private companies switches, UPS, etc.


Sometimes we need to create the products on SAP, but there are some stuff, like stupid weird branded patchcords which we can hardly find information on the internet, like part numbers, hardware codes and etc (people who work with SAP might know the terms). Cisco does have a cool thing on their website where you can put a serial number (because they actually bother to serialize their products) and find the hardware parts and other information.


So, are there any good websites to find heavy duty/corporate equipment and small stuff like patch cords and such with weird brands with good info, besides stumbling on them aliexpress? Maybe some B2B shop?



Thanks in advance.

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If they're new then decent ones you'd want to have in an inventory would be in a plastic bag with a product no.


If it's used stuff I'd make generic products and shove anything that matches in there, with attributes like CAT rating, length and color.


So any random blue 3m CAT5 gets counted with all other 3m blue CAT5s and put in the same bin.

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I didn't ask how to manage the stock, because that's determined by the company, but a database or store with professional networking equipment. It's a major company, so I'm not "putting stuff in the same bin".

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