Cisco's Linksys Wi-Fi routers get app support

Cisco's Linksys Wi-Fi routers get app support

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Cisco's Linksys badge unveiled a trio of new Smart Wi-Fi routers with updates both for software and the pure technology underneath. The EA4500, EA3500, and EA2700 all support apps that link into the Cisco Connect Cloud web portal to not just administer the router from outside the home network but...
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