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steve1515
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join:2000-08-07
Peabody, MA

Does it apply to all Cisco routers?

The article isn't clear on which routers are getting the new firmware. When I read this, I assumed they meant routers like the ASA. Looking at the comments, It appears that this only applied to the small home routers.
Can some one clear this up?


FFH5
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Tavistock NJ
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said by steve1515:

The article isn't clear on which routers are getting the new firmware. When I read this, I assumed they meant routers like the ASA. Looking at the comments, It appears that this only applied to the small home routers.
Can some one clear this up?

For now, it is these 3:
EA2700, EA3500, EA4500
»home.cisco.com/en-us/cloud
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robewhitener

join:2001-06-22
Asheville, NC
I guess my next router will be a Dlink or Netgear. That's a pretty lousy way for Cisco to treat people who paid them for equipment.
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Paulg
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Neenah, WI
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reply to steve1515
Not to be pedantic, but the ASA is NOT a router, its a security appliance.


steve1515
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said by Paulg:

Not to be pedantic, but the ASA is NOT a router, its a security appliance.

Yes. You are correct.

vannyx
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join:2003-07-07
Bronx, NY
reply to Paulg
too bad it isnt a UTM appliance.


Paulg
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I disagree. I'd rather have 2 good devices than 1 that is mediocre at both.