We faced issues with Cisco AnyConnect when trying to connect at home network. we have 2 scenario
Scenario 1: one home network and Cisco AnyConnect gives "limited or no connectivity" error message
Scenario 2: multiple networks and Cisco AnyConnect limits all networks speeds beside one who was connected from first time. (speedtest, signal), or even worst, we cannot connect at other SSID at all.
For all users, after disable Cisco AnyConnect activity worked well.
Messages History shows that Cisco AnyConnect stops in Acquiring IP address... or I had a situation where I had 2 networks, 2 different IP address classes and the second network remenders the IP address from previous network, even if the that networks should have different class IP address.
If user cannot connect to Cisco AnyConnect, user cannot connect to VPN after that.
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I am configured HA in mobility Express
I have the mobility Express solution working correctly with an AP Master and the rest are slaves.
I configure the HA, it takes the role of Mobility Express and everything works fine
I turn off the Primary and ever...
HiI had been using wireless routers for my home usage, made for the consumer market. I was having reliability issues, so decided to switch to a brand like Cisco and purchase one for my home use.I purchased the 145AC access point, and plugged it downstream...
I have 2 Access Points. Much of the readings suggest that one uses channels 1,6 and 11 on the 2.4GHz band. Since I have 2 AP, could not I use a different combination of non-overlapping channels such as:3 & 85 & 10, etc. Am I missing som...