09-12-2011 01:56 PM
What is the Model Number of the Router that you have? The Cisco Connect Software is not compatible for OSX Lion … If you want to use the Cisco Connect Software then you have to wait for the updates… So in this case you can configure the Router manually… Let me know the name of the ISP (Internet Service Provider)… Internet Service that you have is a DSL connection or a Cable connection…
So if you have a DSL connection you can refer to this link:
So if you have a Cable Internet Connection you can refer to this link:
10-01-2011 09:18 AM
Yes, it's not working in Lion - it's horrible but if you still have your old system backed up (bootable) or running on a different Snow Leopard Mac yuo can get to it that way.
I don't think Cisco even reads these boards do so write and ask for it! A lot of people have been left with bricked routers without the control panel.
10-01-2011 09:29 AM
Hi iGirl, Cisco is aware of the issue and acknowledges it here. Please extend your patience regarding the update.
10-27-2011 08:10 PM
I just read again through this article called "Cisco Connect and Network Magic compatibility issues with Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion)" and it seems that there's already an update with regards to compatibility issues.
As of now, CC v 1.4 (the version of CC that works with Lion OS) is only compatible with the ff:
E1500, E1550, E2500, E3200, E4200, M10
Hope this helps.