Cisco Systems has quiet a history behind them – back in the 80’s they pioneer the concept of a LAN connection, and at the beginning of the 90’s they established themselves as the market leader in routers that supported multiple network protocol, something which was a rarity back in those days. One of the major changes in the company structure was initiated at the beginning of the year 1990, where the company went public and had a market capitalisation off around $224 million. If you think that number is huge, then hold your breath, because just 10 year slater, after the dot-com bubble, the company had a more then $500 billion market capitalisation.
The expansion didn’t stop there though, they soon started acquiring competitors to spin products and talent through the company, with Linksys being one of them, which lead them to become one of the major players on the market of networking equipment. This means that their internal portfolio of products is by now enormous, which means that troubleshooting Cisco devices, as well as finding the right user manual, can present quite a challenge. Worry not though, because our Cisco Manual Archive has you covered.
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