[VoiceOps] New SPA2100/2102/1001 exploit in the wild?
shripald at gmail.com
Sat Oct 19 17:30:53 EDT 2013
Cisco used the cube as an Enterprise SBC when deploying the call manager. Now they came out with this product called the nano cube for service providers like bsft service providers. It's like competition to the edge water product line I would imagine.
Anyway, they say that they will use this device to have local survivability and monitoring resources and also as a proxy.
They also stated that they would announce the Cisco 8900s support on the bworks. I have my doubts on that though because all indications otherwise seem to contradict that.
Just relaying what they said to me.
> On Oct 19, 2013, at 4:42 AM, Tim Bray <tim at kooky.org> wrote:
>> On 19/10/13 02:10, Shripal Daphtary wrote:
>> On that note. I just met with Cisco at the bsft connections show. And
>> they told me they were "recommitting" to the service provider market
>> with an esbc nano cube and handsets certicification on the bworks in
>> 3 weeks.
> What do you mean by `esbc nano cube` ?
> It would be a shame if the SPA engineers have been terminated. Very
> competent product which has been in the market relatively unchanged for
> many years. Favoured by service providers for its secure provisioning
> and robust SIP operations. They don't break or do weird stuff too often.
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