I have a couple of Cat 500 express routers in a two building network connected with wireless access points. I had a wireless drop to due to a user unplugging the wireless AP and my switch put my port into disale state "due to traffic only passing in one direction" Is this something that i can avoid having to deal with in the future or is it software feature that you have to deal with on the lower end switches?
ok thanks i will give that a shot and see if that works. I remember though when I first set this site up I had set each of the ports on those two switches to Access Point...i wasnt able to pass traffic and hit another IP?? I had to set the port to Router in order for it work properly....
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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