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techfuzz

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Maybe, it will probably depend on if they are going to be allowed to export their product or not. The encryption thing might keep it from being exported to other militaries.

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Riprorin

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Here's one comment about the product. Thoughts?

"Personally, I would have used a 3745 router with an integrated 16 port Ehterswitch module providing 802.11af inline power to local Cisco IP phones and 1200 series G-radio dual band Cisco AP and 1400 bridge to get up to 20 miles out. I'd have sold Compaq I-paq's running IP Blue's PDA softphone application via WiFi wireless networking. This enables soldiers to talk via PDA's with toll-quality and conferencing, -all that.

As for the video surveylance - the Cisco LEAP security can be hacked - it's proven. I'd rather see a laser link to a few cameras, that way there's no chance of eave's dropping or man-in-the-middle attacks. Laser is more expensive, but heck it's the Fed Gov't!

Anyway, sounds like some Cisco sh$t in a box. Cool.

Hope that helps shed some light on the darkness. Peace."
 

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