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These Cisco Terms of Use (this “Agreement”) between You and Cisco cover Your use of the Software and Cloud Services (“Cisco Technology”) obtained through this site. The Cisco Technology is intended for use by business users. Definitions of capitalized terms are in Section 11. You agree to be bound by the terms of this Agreement through (a) Your download, installation, or use of the Cisco Technology; or (b) Your express agreement to this Agreement. If You do not have authority to enter into this Agreement or You do not agree with its terms, do not use the Cisco Technology.

2.1 License and Right to Use. Cisco grants You, for Your direct benefit during the Usage Term and for the full scope of Your Entitlement under this Agreement, a non-exclusive, non-transferable (except with respect to Software as permitted under the Cisco Software Transfer and Re-Use Policy) (a) license to use the Software; and (b) right to use the Cloud Services (collectively, the “Usage Rights”). 2.2 Use by Third Parties. You may permit Authorized Third Parties to exercise the Usage Rights on Your behalf, provided that You are responsible for (a) ensuring that such Authorized Third Parties comply with this Agreement; and (b) any breach of this Agreement by such Authorized Third Parties. 2.3 Free Service. Cisco is making this Cisco Technology available to You without charge, up to certain capacity limits as described in Section 10 below, and subject to the terms of this Agreement. You agree that Cisco, in its sole discretion and for any or no reason, may terminate Your Usage Rights (or any part thereof) and that any termination may be without prior notice and without liability to Cisco. Cisco may, for example, suspend or terminate Your Usage Rights if (i) Cisco has reason to believe that You engaged in any fraudulent behaviour as it relates to the Cloud Services, or (ii) You use Cisco Technology beyond Your Entitlement. You are solely responsible for exporting Your customer data from the Cisco Technology prior to termination, and, except as required by law, Cisco will provide You a reasonable opportunity to retrieve such data. 2.4 Upgrades or Additional Copies of Software. You may only use Upgrades or additional copies of the Software beyond Your Entitlement if You have (a) acquired those rights under a support agreement covering the applicable Software; or (b) You have purchased the right to use Upgrades or additional copies separately. 2.5 Interoperability of Software. If required by law and upon Your request, Cisco will provide You with the information needed to achieve interoperability between the Software and another independently created program, provided You agree to any additional terms reasonably required by Cisco. You will treat such information as Confidential Information.

3.1 Cisco Technology Generally. Unless expressly agreed by Cisco, You may not (a) transfer, sell, sublicense, monetize, or make the functionality of any Cisco Technology available to any third party; (b) use the Software on second hand or refurbished Cisco equipment not authorized by Cisco, or use Software that is licensed for a specific device on a different device (except as permitted under Cisco’s Software License Portability Policy); (c) remove, modify, or conceal any product identification, copyright, proprietary, intellectual property notices or other marks; (d) reverse engineer, decompile, decrypt, disassemble, modify, or make derivative works of the Cisco Technology; or (e) use Cisco Content other than as part of Your permitted use of the Cisco Technology. 3.2 Cloud Services. You will not intentionally (a) interfere with other users’ access to, or use of, the Cloud Service, or with its security; (b) facilitate the attack or disruption of the Cloud Service, including a denial of service attack, unauthorized access, penetration testing, crawling, or distribution of malware (including viruses, trojan horses, worms, time bombs, spyware, adware, and cancelbots); (c) cause an unusual spike or increase in Your use of the Cloud Service that negatively impacts the Cloud Service’s operation; or (d) submit any information that is not contemplated in the applicable Documentation. 3.3 Evolving Cisco Technology. Cisco may: (a) enhance or modify the features, functionality, and capacity limits of this Cisco Technology at any time, in its sole discretion, without liability; and (b) perform scheduled maintenance of the infrastructure and software used to provide the Cloud Service, during which time You may experience some disruption to that Cloud Service. Whenever reasonably practicable, Cisco will provide You with advance notice of such maintenance. You acknowledge that, from time to time, Cisco may need to perform emergency maintenance without providing You advance notice, during which time Cisco may temporarily suspend Your access to, and use of, the Cloud Service.

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