I know they're expensive...but they're supported end-user based UNIX.
But as I recall it was pretty awesome. I replaced it with some basic home router at one point, then after getting fed up with the lack of SNMP support put in Zentyal. Pretty happy with that as I was able to get netatalk running on it for Time Finder backups on Mac.
Wasn't Comcast one of those companies that used to advertise their digital phone service by talking about all of the phone companies' junk fees?
India shows some semblance of common sense, and immediately Big Pharma has to come crying to lawmakers in Washington to cry about how they can't gouge the rest of the world and watch millions die without proper care because they need 4th and 5th beach homes.
But seriously...I can't see how this wouldn't have bi-partisan support. If the left fights this it means that a.) they are just hell-bent of fighting anything the right comes up with and/or b.) there's something to hide.
I still question how useful this really is. Given that I generally have to replace my Wi-Fi Router/WAP every couple of years, often changing my SSID when I do. If this isn't constantly getting updated, then it would seem that its essentially useless as soon as a certain percentage of SSIDs change.
Well...the NSA just needs to buy out Ford Motor Company. Per their executives, they already know everyone who breaks the law...
And didn't they get screamed at?