12.5. Cisco Partnership Operations. If you purchase Cisco Technology from a Cisco partner, the terms and conditions of this CLU apply to your use of this Cisco technology and prevail over the inconsistent provisions of your agreement with partner Cisco. If you use Cisco technology in a location where local laws require a notified organization to be responsible for collecting data on individual end-users and transferring data outside that jurisdiction (. B for example, Russia and China), you recognize that you are the body responsible for complying with these laws. 2.3. Beta and test version. If Cisco grants you rights to use existing Cisco technology on a trial, evaluation, beta or other free basis (“software and evaluation services”), you can only use the software and evaluation services temporarily for the limited period of time by the license key or written by Cisco. If no time is known, this use is limited to 30 days after the software and evaluation services are made available to you. If you no longer use and/or return the software and evaluation services or devices on which it is allowed to use it until the end of the trial period, you can charge the list price and agree to pay such a bill. Cisco may, at its own discretion, stop providing software and evaluation services at any time, and you no longer have access to data, information and related files and you must stop using Cisco technology immediately. Evaluation software and services may not have been subject to Cisco`s usual testing and quality assurance processes and may contain errors, errors or other problems.
If Cisco has not given its written approval, you will not integrate software and evaluation services into production. Cisco offers evaluation software and “AS-IS” services without assistance or without explicit or implied security or compensation for problems or problems, and Cisco disclaims any responsibility for your use of evaluation software and services. 3.1. Cisco technology in general. Unless specifically agreed by Cisco, you cannot (a) transfer, sell, sublicensing, monetize or provide them with the functionality of Cisco technology to third parties; (b) use the software on used or outdated Cisco devices that have not been authorized by Cisco, or use licensed software for a given device on another device (except as permitted by Ciscos` software portability policy); (c) product identification, copyright, property references, intellectual property or other trademarks; (d) reverse engineering, decompilation, decryption, shredding, modification or works derived from Cisco technology; or (s) to use Cisco content that is not part of your authorized use of Cisco technology.