Take note that there are different legalities based on wether you are manufacturering/ selling a product versus using it for your own use on your property.
And if its your customers propery versus yours.
The only other advice that I have, is that if you are providing uncertified solutions, you better be darn sure it is a solution that would comply if the steps were taken, and you were ever asked to certify it. For example, If you installed 1000 uncertified systems that were jsut about the same, the only thing you'd need to do to correct the problem, is pay someone to certify the combination of products, for $10,000. Much more cost effective than pulling all your gear down and loosing customers.
That was one of the scares with Mikrotik last month, when nobody would assume Routerboards would not be uncertifiable, but with a 48V PS, its uncertain if it would be able to.
Hopefully, they are working to verify and fix the issue.
There is a lot more flexibilty now, which allows us to use functonal equivellents, but someone is responsible for making that determination.
Its the manufacturer, or the integrater claiming to be the manufacturer for the OEM product that is taking on the liabilty.
One of the reasons I chose Trango for 95% of my network, is I started the business with the goal for eventual sale, and didn't want to take the liabilty of not having a legal system.
Because I am not a attorney, I wont say more than that on this topic.
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