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New Cisco WAP571E Wireless Won't Join Existing Cluster
I had 3 Cisco WAP571E Wireless Units Clustered from 2016 and working fine. One of the units failed (still looking to get that resolved), but couldn't wait and added a new 3rd unit just purchased. Updated the firmware of all to the most recent (220.127.116.11). No matter what I do, the new unit insists on becoming a cluster controller and creating its only cluster with the exact same name as the existing one. I tried disabling Single Point Setup on all of them and then Enabling on different ones first. No Change.
A consumer router may support a virtual private network (VPN) connection, but that's a far cry from the network and security capabilities that a business-class router can provide. All it takes is some IT talent and know-how to set one up. You're hear...
Cisco RV340 Series Secure Router
Security License Features and Performance
Today, secure networking is imperative for every business, even the smallest one. The RV340 series security routers provides business users with advanced connectivity and...
Recorded Live at SpiceWorld 2018!With the increasing complexity of technology lengthy configurations, dealing with multiple vendors, constant updates and maintenance –it can feel like you are navigating an unruly IT jungle. Join Cisco's Amy Blanchard as s...