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> Even Cisco routers speak ssh these days.
While I haven't paid any particular attention to manufacturers, if
they're anything like the routers I've had run-ins with recently, they
don't speak ssh, but rather some closely related protocol which does
not actually involve support for the DNS-based extensibility mechanism.
I routinely have to tell my client to shut off all extensions in order
to keep the other end from ungracefully closing the connection.
> Possibly with a new category called "insecurity" so people know everything i$
Why does everyone seem to think everything that's not suitable for the
open Internet is not suitable anywhere?!
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