We have had multiple reports from remote end users that the wi-fi connection under Secure Client is stuck on Authenticating/Associating when using an EERO router. Restarting the router and running a Network Repair on Secure Client does not resolve the issue. The only solution has been to connect the users to the router via Ethernet. This allows a successful wired connection to the user's home network and then to the company VPN. Three of the four users have Frontier as the ISP and the other has Optimum. We first saw the issue occur with the first user about 2-3 weeks ago.
Same here. AnyConnect works fine cabled. It's intermittent on Wi-Fi. It had been fine all day until 15:15, then dropped out and stuck in Authenticating loop. Several reboots of the laptop later it connected again like nothing had happened. This is particularly infuriating and a ridiculous carry on that Cisco and Amazon need to sort out PDQ
Hello! I had the same issue, and I was able to fix it by disabling WPA3 authentication on the settings of EERO router. With the latest update to 7.0.XX, this is enabled by default. Give that a try and confirm if it's a fix applicable to all cases.
Hello. Thank you for that suggestion. One of the users having the issue is one of my team members and when she checked the EERO app on her phone she found that WPA3 was already disabled. Are there any additional steps that need to be performed?
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One of our user tested a theory that it could be due to Wi-Fi password security type by creating a guest Wi-Fi ssid and leave the password blank, this allows my person to connect to the Eero router (then changed it back to have an pw now, but willl have to use it in wired mode for now). What if the guest Wi-Fi has a different type of security than the main ssid and that's what caused it to work? Does Eero app let you change from differently types of WPA levels?
All of the wi-fi networks are running on WPA2 AES which is the current standard. We already determined that WPA3 is disabled by default in the EERO app. Here are the current EERO app settings for my test user. They are going to test by turning of IPv6 next.
We recently had a user report with an identical problem come in. They were using AnyConnect NAM v4.10.05095. We moved them to Secure Client v5.0.05040 and it seems to have resolved the issue.
Oddly enough, I use an eero mesh wifi at home and never had any issues with it on my work PC with either version of Cisco AnyConnect / Secure Client.
EDIT: 6 hours later, the problem returned. Unfortunately, upgrading to the latest release of Secure Client is not the remedy I was hoping for.
Interesting update... Temporarily pausing 5Ghz in the Eero app allows it to connect; failing again as soon as the 5Ghz is turned back on. My organisation don't want anything to do with it, Eero say they will roll back my firmware (at some time yet to be determined) but it's still not clear who/what is at fault and if anyone actually cares and is actually fixing it.
Meanwhile I can only work in one place in my house, attached with a cable which is a pain in the bum.