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very stupid question i am sure

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I have a Cisco 2600 series router and I am I am just curious what the little symbol next to the console, aux and Ethernet ports mean. The symbol looks like two crossed little hockey sticks with a line through them.
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*grin*, only stupid answers....

That symbol means you cannot connect (resulting is possible physical damage to the unit and/or the operator) any ports with that symbol to a public network that follows the European Union standards. "She'll blow up captain!" :whistling:

Be well,
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