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That is a non-AI 105/2.5, so it will not work on (and might damage) a D300/D700. The problem is that the rear of the lens can interfere with the camera's aperture follower mechanism. If you look at the back of the lens, the rear-most black ring is completely unbroken, while an AI (or AI-converted) lens will have a couple of notches and tabs milled in it, like this:
This particular lens looks like it's AI, but it's actually a late non-AI, with AI cosmetics (rubber focus ring, etc.) and a factory AI conversion. Other converted lenses may look a little more home-brewed, but if done correctly they'll work fine.
The lens you've linked would have to be converted before it could be safely used on a modern DSLR.