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Am I the only one having issues with the Cisco website? I am trying to download firmware for the NSS4000 and can't get logged in. I have created like three accounts and they all seem to work but won't allow a login. Upon attempting a password reset the site just times out. Am I crazy?!

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closed as off topic by Wesley, EEAA, pQd, Iain May 17 '12 at 6:12

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I'm able to log in with no real issue. Also this isn't really a question that should be on server fault as it doesn't directly involve server or network administration. Might want to give Cisco a call though if you're still running into issues.

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I think it is related to the account creation. I am trying to download firmware for a network storage device... thought that qualified. Anyways thanks for the info - I will have to track down one of my colleagues with an account. – Garrett Dumas May 17 '12 at 5:38

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