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This is an Extremely big change
I think the color change is not to extreme, but I wait for the integration of the Enterasys knowledge base articles.
I do miss the view of all topics at https://community.enterasys.com/enterasys/topics/ which listed all topics without the bulky front page UI - it was nice to have a clear overview of all activity.
Hi,..... and even if you scroll down all you'd see is the official posts from the FAQ as there are sooooo many every day.Could we leave the FAQ posts in the FAQ section - I have no idea why they are in "recent conversations".These are no real conversations as all the threads are locked/closed so we can't even add questions or supplementary notes to it.I.e. in the FAQ post "Maintaining Wireless Services upon Hipath Controller loss" ... I'd add that I sure can support 802.1X if the tunnel to the WLAN controller is down if I use the "Site" feature.So the explanation is not 100% accurate.BTW, I'd remove the term "Hipath" from all FAQs - it's "Enterasys WLAN Controller" Ron
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