I just installed a new Linksys E3000 and was able to use "Cisco Connect" up until I decided to forgo the "Wi-Fi Protected Setup" and use manual settings.
Well, after having done this, I can no longer use Cisco connect, and I really want to get rid of the additional "-guest" network which seems to be tagged onto my main network. Is there anywhere via the browser-based admin that I can get rid of the guest access feature? If there is, I can't seem to find it.
I tried switching back to the "Wi-Fi Protected Setup" feature so I could go back to using connect, however it no longer seems to see my router when I try to connect to it, so this is no longer an option for me. I'd really like to avoid reinstalling the router all over again.
We have the Endpoint purge to delete any thing over 365 days, but this wasn't working as standard since in was installedSo disabled and enabled again and this seem to fix it, as had just under 200k endpoints captured. But it removed all clients that ...
When we unregister FTD from FMC and re-register, all the static routes are lost on it. Sometimes device has database corruption, if re-image is the only solution then upon re-image, FTD comes up fresh and we need to configure everything from scra...
Hi,I have a very simple question; we have two ASA 5585-X working in Active/Standby Mode with multiuser Contexts.Normally Primary Unit is active for failover group 1 and 2; Secondary Unit is standby !At the moment our Secondary Unit is completely disconnec...
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My company uses Microsoft Azure AD, and I sign into all my applications using that account. Can I use that account when I sign in?
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