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From: Peter Ecclesine12/18/2019 1:35:48 PM
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Hi All,

Cisco announced Cisco One, the unification of switching and routing silicon
ONE Silicon, ONE Experience, MULTIPLE Roles
blogs.cisco.com

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To: Peter Ecclesine who wrote (46766)12/22/2019 12:58:06 PM
From: Lazarus
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Can you ELI5 the significance of that.

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To: Lazarus who wrote (46767)12/23/2019 12:01:58 AM
From: Peter Ecclesine
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Cisco has a common hardware group developing ASICs for all products, meaning

CiscoOne management and processing will be across most wireless and wire access technologies

e.g., common random MAC address processing, common multicast forwarding, etc.

Most switching products do not understand or manage wireless the same way they manage wired.

The significance is to organizations with a lot of wireless connectivity.

petere

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To: Peter Ecclesine who wrote (46768)12/23/2019 12:10:05 AM
From: Lazarus
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Thanks Peter. Of course, having read that I'm glad I'm not 5 'cuz my 67 year old mind doesnt quite get it. But, I will put CSCO on watch. I though to buy it around $14 - $17 after the dot-com bust but never did.

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To: Peter Ecclesine who wrote (46768)12/23/2019 12:21:20 AM
From: Lazarus
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Thanks Peter. Of course, having read that I'm glad I'm not 5 'cuz my 67 year old mind doesnt quite get it. But, I will put CSCO on watch. I though to buy it around $14 - $17 after the dot-com bust but never did.

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To: Lazarus who wrote (46770)12/23/2019 7:30:13 AM
From: Peter Ecclesine
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Internet of crap (encryption): IoT gear is generating easy-to-crack keys

Poor entropy in embedded devices leading to weaker certificates: study
By Shaun Nichols in San Francisco 16 Dec 2019 at 14:00
theregister.co.uk

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To: Peter Ecclesine who wrote (46771)12/23/2019 8:46:08 AM
From: Peter Ecclesine
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One history of the Clipper Chip and the perils of creating weak keys that take days of testing to reveal weakness

en.wikipedia.org

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (46763)12/30/2019 8:55:41 AM
From: P2V
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Thank You, Frank.

Jim and I had a great many conversations about a common interest in a fledgling , but failed

Canadian company that we had high hopes for.

I developed a great respect for his knowledge and interest, and above all, his integrity and kindness.

I certainly will miss him.

M

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From: TimF1/20/2020 8:27:18 PM
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Netgear Signed TLS Cert Private Key Disclosure
gist.github.com

Leaving your admin interface's TLS cert and private key in your router firmware in 2020? Just Netgear things
Finding sparks debate over bug disclosure – and how do you secure a local gateway's web control panel
By Shaun Nichols in San Francisco 20 Jan 2020
theregister.co.uk

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To: Frank A. Coluccio who wrote (46763)2/5/2020 3:33:13 AM
From: elmatador
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Axial aka Jim Kayne was a good member of this forum and I have several discussions with him.

May his soul rest in peace.

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