07-31-2012 05:49 AM
I have spent hours with the tech support people stating I am getting an error message saying that my OS is not supported using the 10.8 Mac OS system. However the error message is saying that it requires 10.7 or later ro be running. (clearly running an OS system later than 10.7 if I currently have 10.8). I connected and spoke with two representatives from the tech support area and they asked me all kinds of questions about my connection. Finally I get the answer " It may, or may not support the current version you are running." I spent two days trying to get this answer and I had the answer right infront of me saying that it was not supported the the Cisco Connect Program. They know, but are hestiant in answering your question inregards to the new 10.8 OS. IT IS NOT compatible with 10.8 until they release a(n) update.
07-31-2012 11:12 PM
if you're trying to configure your router for the first time, i suggest that you use a wired Windows-based computer first. When you're done setting up thge router, it won't matter if you'll be connecting a PC or Mac computer to its wifi.
08-06-2012 05:37 AM
It was already set up in version 10.7 of MAC. However once upgraded to 10.8 MAC I can not open the Cisco Program at all. Wired ethernet does not connect only wireless (because it was set up in 10.7). It is clear that this is not compatible with 10.8 when support personnel say it is.
08-06-2012 10:33 AM
Tried searching for any info from cisco's support site about cisco connect software to work with MAC OS X 10.8 but have found none. I've checked the release notes for cisco connect software for MAC and it's not yet indicated there that a build has been created to work with mac mountain lion. For Build 1.4.11222.0, what it indicated there is: Added support for E2500 with IPv6 and Added support for Mac OS X 10.7. If you also check the system requirements needed when installing cisco connect, is't only up to mac OS X Lion. Possible that linksys haven't updated cisco connect software yet to work with this latest operating system released by Apple. Hopefully they would update it soon. For your case though, you may follow what kawal suggested or you may reset the router and reconfigure it manually. For the info on how to reconfigure the router manually, you may refer to these links: http://www6.nohold.net/Cisco2/ukp.aspx?vw=1&docid=