Of course I got the appliance and it is not a CUE at all. (see picture) This is some sort of internal use development hardware. Theres no way this thing wasnt stolen. I have returned it to the sender for a refund, but I'd like to reach out to cisco with this persons contact info. The person is clearly in possession of stolen property.
I'm not looking for help from Cisco. I've already returned it and gotten a refund. I'm wanting to know who to report the issue to though since this was stolen internally at Cisco. Seems like something they would want to follow up on.
Look at the pictures I posted. This isnt a standard module. Its a custom internal use development appliance. It was never meant to get in to the publics hands. That is why I know it was stolen internally.
For a purpose I did some analysis of discussion ratings. I would like to
share those numbers as they may interests someone. I analyzed rating of
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