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We recently announced the release of our self-serve virtual assistant. You can read the full announcement here. Videos and documents are available within a click for our latest products. Once you've told the bot what device you're using, the context ...

CoreyP319 by Cisco Employee
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  (Updated September 2023 - Added Catalyst 1200 and Catalyst 1300 ) Hello! This sticky-post will serve as a sign-post for incoming community members. Below you will find links to pages that you may find helpful.  Catalyst 1200 & 1300 Hardware Install...

CoreyP319 by Cisco Employee
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Hello All, AP (1702i) is not discovering WLC while connecting on SG350-10P Gb PoE Managed Switch. But if I connect the same AP (1702i) on Cisco cat 3560cx switch it has no problem discovering WLC.  I am attaching the logs here for reference.What i am...

prashantk by Level 1
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We have a network of 6 switches and are adding a 7th.  5 of the existing 6 are SG300 units and 1 is an old L3 Catalyst which is currently the gateway.  We tried to add another SG300-52P today but whenever we plug it in, the rest of the switches stop ...

StewJo by Level 1
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Hi all, I'm about to buy SG220-26P switch. I have some other vendor access point which supports 802.3af mode A. Does SG220-26P support only mode A or only mode B, or it supports both? Most important question: will this other vendor access point work ...

HI EveryoneI have a sf300-24ppI attempted to login to the web ui and the first time I was able to, but after sometimes I applied some configuration and save reboote switch have been unable to connect to the web ui since. I have ping on switch IP addr...

Does anybody know what the "H" stands for in models like SG250-26HP and SG250-50HP?  I thought it stood for "high" power because the "HP" models tend to be more expensive that the plain "P" models.  However, the Cisco data sheets have the "H" models ...

tato386 by Level 6
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