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I want to hear ideas on how we can replace a commercial product with a set of open source alternatives however this will involve many features of a commercial product. Would this be off-topic?

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I want to hear ideas on how we can replace a commercial product with a set of open source alternatives however this will involve many features of a commercial product. Would this be off-topic?

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Recommendation of products or resources is off-topic. I think a question about the features of a specific open-source network product, assuming the question isn't too broad and is truly a network product, not an application, could be on-topic.

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