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Enterasys Knowledgebase to be retired on 15th Nov 2013...

According to the note on the front page of the existing Enterasys Knowledgebase: https://cp-enterasys.kb.net/ ...it says...

Please note: On November 13th, 2013 this knowledgebase will be retired and replaced by The Hub, our new online community. In addition to KB articles, The Hub will give you opportunity to interact with your peers and experts, ask questions, vote up product ideas, and share feedback. Don't wait - visit The Hub today: community.enterasys.com

Does this mean that that all that knowledgebase content will be inaccessible for ever more? Certainly hope not...! Can someone please advise?

3 replies

Userlevel 7
Nick, The data from the original Knowledge Base will not be lost. Currently we are moving the most active and used articles from the Enterasys Knowledge Base into our Community "The Hub". You will see several articles start showing up in the Community in the coming days. Moving forward we will continue to migrate more content into the Community over time. Please let us know if you need assistance navigating around. If you have a question or are looking for something specific please don't hesitate to post on the Community Hub and we will make sure you get a quick response to your query. Regards, Doug Hyde Sr Support Engineer Enterasys Networks
Userlevel 2
This is a great question and I am glad you brought this up. Our most popular KB articles will be added to The HUB as FAQ's, However, what I would suggest is that if you see something that the whole community would benefit from, please post it as a topic in the community!
Userlevel 2
Our most popular articles will be featured as FAQ's here in the community. They are completely searchable via the search bar and can easily be viewed and commented on. We will be adding a good amount of our existing KB into this forum. If when searching you discover something that isn't here, you can feel free to post it as a topic for the community or contact our GTAC for further information. Hopefully this helps!