Cisco wireless validating identity
An easy solution to this problem is using a SIP Profile with CUBE and replacing the 4 digit number with the 10 digit Pilot Number (this is same number in your sip-ua portion of the router config).When CUBE is set to “allow sip to sip” it is possible to reference a SIP Profile that will modify a particular SIP message (or messages) traversing through the router.However, an even greater benefit is the power and flexibility that CUBE provides with its ability to modify SIP headers much like the larger and more costly Session Border Controllers used by SIP Service Providers.In this case the modification is for SIP Diversion.As you might know May 2017 exam was cancelled due to leakage and I shared a post on it on May.It was very important step taken by Cisco to secure the exam.These are only needed when you first setup the wireless connection.If you change your password in the future your wireless connection will prompt you for the new password.
However, it didnt work, until I disconnected, turned the power off my Wi Fi, unchecked the tab in the authenticate dialog box, clicked ok, then switched the Wi Fi power back on, and reconnected.
In this example it’s any SIP signaling message that contains a SIP header called Diversion.
The goal is to change 9948 (the 4 digit DN) to the full 10 digit phone number 9494289948 otherwise the SIP provider will reject a redirected call with only 4 digits in the user portion of the SIP URI in the Diversion header.
I have a laptop with a Dell D630 with Wi Fi power switch on the side.
Because I have a switch to disable the Wifi power, this seemed easier/safer, and it worked. thanks, Solution: remove whatever "preferred networks" are displayed in wireless netwok card's property page, n click ok. happens when u switch to a new router or use a new different SSID.