Lpe Connect Fix.zipl
Lpe Connect Fix.zipl
when a device is setup to connect to the modem and router is enabled dhcp on, if a user changes any settings on the router (such as the wan ip) at least one reboot is required for the router settings to be changed on the device.
the user account control service has a bug where it fails to always correctly unlock files, without showing the unlock with pin prompt in the notification area. this can cause it to just be stuck on the locked state and not unlock.
the computer account itself is working correctly so the user account that is logged in to the computer is incorrectly reporting that it is under account lockout (a person with access to the user account account can then access the computer in question as the logged in user account).
if you are using a microsoft edge browser on a system not enrolled in the b&b program, internet explorer will be used by default for connections to the internet. to change this, you must modify your b&b settings and set ie as your default browser. not only will this allow you to connect to your wifi network, it will also allow you to sign into any website that requires ie as a browser.
the service is currently limited to us customers; at this time, canadian, mexican, and uk customers may experience issues when connecting to content on our us wi-fi network.
we’re pleased to announce that your bundle will have an uptime guarantee of up to 99.99%. if any part of the system ever fails, your service will be restored within 24 hours, or you’ll be given a full refund.
[hsr.log]: Add one more option to the jam-cache command. TI83-85.. – zipl.conf: Fix potential race condition in zipl.conf.
13.13 (Â available from 9 July 2013)
(a) Multiple IPv6 addresses per address family in dnrdump are now handled properly.
. (b) The stop–nocache & stop-bogus switches are now handled properly.
. (c) After removing an ipv6 address, the in6_if_id and in6_address fields are now correctly updated for that address.
. (d) The “interface” option for dhcpd 6 is now handled properly (the corresponding switch parameter has been removed from dhcpd-6).
.. (e) An oversubscription of ipv6 interfaces is now handled properly (the corresponding switch parameter has been removed from net-init-6).
. (f) The zipl.conf facility for signing is now handled properly.
. (g) The default procedure for handling crash-zips is now properly encapsulated in.
. (h) Inet3 addr used to be ignored with dhcpv6, but is now used.
.. (i) “ipv6-snooping-method” is now remembered with the corresponding switch parameter removed from ipv6-snooping-dhcp-v6.
. (j) All the switches for the ipv6-address-autoconfig facility are now properly handled.
.. (k) The default interface configuration for each address family is now handled correctly.
. (l) The dhcpd6-bootp-list facility now properly accepts the location type.
. (m) dhcpd6 clients are now properly notified of the availability of new bootps.
. (n) dhcpd6 clients are now properly notified of the failure of bootps.
. (o) The “broadcast” switch is now handled properly.
. (p) the IANA hdlc_path_suffix now has proper semantics.
. (q) The “scriptinterpreter” option has been removed from the snoop-scripts config facility.
.. (r) If in6_ifid not set in snoop-scripts, snoop-scripts (e.g., for traffic accounting) will now.