Generation_D: This is my router. There are many like it, but this one is mine.Cisco apparently never read Routergod. Or believes that a network at home is sort of like a privacy boundary.. a "demarcation" if you will .. and that crossing that is sort of like declaring war on users... to some.
Lor M. Ipsum: Generation_D: Cisco apparently never read Routergod. Or believes that a network at home is sort of like a privacy boundaryI have a feeling that the article could be exaggerating. A router should be able to act as a standalone device, like hosting a private LAN. If Cisco decentralizes administrative access of the router onto the Internet, how would administrating a private network even be possible?
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