|07-06-12, 12:20 AM||#1|
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Cisco backpedals after uproar, drops cloud from default router setting
We told you earlier today about how Cisco is pushing a cloud-based WiFi router management service onto customers of certain Linksys devices'and that to use the service customers must agree to a list ofanti-porn and anti-piracy clauses.
The trouble is that for customers with automatic firmware updates turned on, the traditional (and very useful) router management tools available in a Web browser at the address 192.168.1.1 became completely unavailable. Instead, you had to sign up for Cisco's cloud service, roll back your firmware, or just forget about using advanced router management features.
Cisco has backpedaled tonight, with a blog post saying the service'Cisco Connect Cloud'will no longer be the default management tool. "In response to our customers' concerns, we have simplified the process for opting-out of the Cisco Connect Cloud service and have changed the default setting back to traditional router set-up and management," Cisco home network VP Brett Wingo wrote.
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