Why does windows insist that the wireless network is 'new' after the router reboots?
Every time I reboot my Cisco IOS 800-series router, all the Windows 7 machines 'identify' the wireless network as being a 'new' network, forcing users to classify it as Home/Work/Public all over again (and more painfully, causing host firewalls to think this 'new' network is untrusted).
What have I failed to do? I'm thinking perhaps I've failed to save some kind of key persistently, but can't work out which one.
Hi!Need to find network devices but not want to open SSH and do show cdp nei, show lldp nei and then need to sh cdp nei gig0/1 det and more.... ?Now You can do from PowerShell.\cdplldp.exe -v v3 -u <SNMPv3 user> -a SHA -w <SNMPv3 authkey> -pp ...
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Starting from NFVIS 3.12 versions, the deploy option does not depict all the SR-IOV VFs(Virtual Functions) available in a physical interface. This change is introduced as (i) the number of VFs of ENCS platform on LANs side is increased to 24 and (ii) the...