Remember when sell-side analysts advised investors to look for buying opportunities among companies hit by financial inquiries?Well, Enterasys ( ETS) must be getting nostalgic for the good old days. Like those jittery antelope you see drinking from crocodile-infested waters on Discovery Channel documentaries, at least six analysts covering the networker high-tailed it at the first sign of danger Monday morning. They downgraded the company's stock on the basis of two accounting inquiries disclosed Friday night, one of which has caused the company to delay reporting results for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 29. The investing public at large, no doubt inspired by the carnage inflicted on herds of Enron holders, raced for safe ground, too. New Hampshire-based Enterasys, a networking-systems maker that until recently was known as Cabletron, saw its shares fall $6.05, or 56%, to $4.75.