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Why am I getting a message that says I need to enter the PIN for Cisco Small Business WAP4410N on SMN Free WAP? If it's free there shouldn't be a PIN, should there? How do I get past this block?
I have a situation where i have linked two warehouses with separate level 1 WAP 1001 outdoor units. one acting as an access point and the other as a client. The client is connected to a dlink switch that then feeds two dumb terminals and CCTV DVR. The Access Point is connected to another DLink...