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F5 Networks to Present at the Lehman Brothers T4 2004 Conference in San Francisco

F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV), the global leader in Application Traffic Management, announced today that F5 will be presenting at the Lehman Brothers T4 2004 Conference, to be held at The Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, CA. The conference will feature presentations from leading U.S. and international public companies and will bring together a variety of technology and telecom sectors. F5's presentation, which will start at 8:30 a.m. PST on December 9, will be given by John McAdam, President & CEO, and Andy Reinland, VP of Finance, at F5 Networks. A webcast replay of F5's presentation may be found at the F5 Investor Relations Events Calendar until 5pm PST on December 10th, 2004.

About F5 Networks

F5 enables organizations to successfully deliver business-critical applications and gives them the greatest level of agility to stay ahead of growing business demands. As the pioneer and global leader in Application Traffic Management, F5 continues to lead the industry by driving more intelligence into the network to deliver advanced application agility. F5 products ensure the secure and optimized delivery of applications to any user -- anywhere. Through its flexible and cohesive architecture, F5 delivers unmatched value by dramatically improving the way organizations serve their employees, customers and constituents, while lowering operational costs. Over 6,000 organizations and service providers worldwide trust F5 to keep their businesses running. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington with offices worldwide. For more information go to

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