Cisco Wireless :: Reset 1522 Series Lightweight Access Point To Factory Default?
Jan 13, 2013
I am trying to reset my 1522 series lightweight access point to factory default.On the box,there is no any mode button.Actually password is not set to Default and need pasword recovery on this device.If you have any experience on this lightweight access point that let me know.How I reset device to fectory default.
I have a cisco aironet 1300 series and i need to reset it back to factory default. the directions say push the mode button while the access point is off and then turn it on while the mode button is down.
I was having some connectivity issues with my network of WAP54G's, so I had a technician come to have them looked at. The technician turned out to be completely clueless, and he messed up one of the APs in the process. He changed its IP address and apparently updated its firmware, but he didn't write the new address down, so now I can't access its administrator panel. I've tried to retrieve the IP address using the setup CD that came with the AP, but it doesn't even see the AP in my network. I've tried to factory reset the AP by holding the reset button for 10, 30 and 60 seconds and unplugging the power cord, but to no avail. It still doesn't bring up the admin panel when I enter the default IP in the browser. I think I've tried everything I could find on the Internet about this problem that didn't involve cracking the AP open, but none of it has worked.
I had DAP-1522 setup for more than two years and working fine. I changed the default IP address from 192.168.0.50 to 10.0.0.50. Recently I replaced my older router with a new one, and now I want to reconfigure the DAP-1522 with the new router, but unable to login. I tried to factory reset but it doesn't seem to work. When I hold the reset button for 10-20 secs, I see the blue power light blinking, but it continues to blink forever. I left it for 4-5 hours and no difference yet. how to successfully reset to factory defaults so that I can access it using 192.168.0.50 IP address?
I have deployed 2 x Cisco 1522 mesh access point and configured both as root ap. On top of that, I have also customized the power setting for the 802.11a/n signal to value 5. However, I discovered that whenever the mesh APs reboot, the power of 802.11a/n signal to will be reset to value 1.
Thus, I would like to ask is this a norm behaviour or I have mis-configured some setting?
i have a wrt54gl version1.1 ok so let me start from the beginning.a few months ago i left the contry so a friend of mine asked me to lent him my router. a few day`s ago i got back and got my router back. it was working fine until i got it back. the rest button won`t work. i can`t reset the router to factory default. the user name was blank and the password was admin.now it won`t let my to do that.
Due to password loss, I get to reset the E4200 to factory default in order for router re-config.After pressing the reset buttom for 10sec, the router reset. After then, I could not access the router via browser with 192.168.1.1 at URL entry. My PC IPv4 setup: 192.168.1.11; subnet=255.255.255.0.But, ping 192.168.1.1 from PC was OK without packet loss. So router was restored with 192.168.1.1 and cable connection was OK.
I was trying to do a password recovery on a 1142 AP but enable password did not reset and I am stuck
AP model is AIR-AP1142N-A-K9 Running IOS c1140-k9w7-mx.124-21a.JA1
Its autonomous so there is no controller. I renamed the config.txt file I am unable to rename or delete the private-config file. I get the message that file or directory cannot be found when i try to rename and permission denied when I try to delete it.
We have an AIR-LAP1142N-E-K9 deployed in a H-REAP setup.This AP already got the configuration from the WLC when it was deployed at a remote site.Now we moved it to another site, but it doesn't appear in the WCS and i don't see any CAPWAP debug messages on the WLC.The routing work fine between the AP and the WLC, the AP also gets an IP address from DHCP and also received Option 43 information.
Now my guess was that the AP doesn't associate with the WLC because it has the old config file and it runs in local mode(without trying to connect to the WLC).We want to reset to factory defaults because we want to delete the configuration and force the AP to get a new config from the WCS.I don't know the enable password so i had to use other methods for reseting to factory defaults.
I tried to use the information from here:[URL]I used the "MODE button":I get the following message from the console:
"button pressed for 5 seconds process_config_recovery: set IP address and config to default 10.0.0.1"
I had a new AIR-AP1042N-N-K9 access point and I tried to convert it into lightweight mode with the image c1140-rcvk9w8-tar.124-21a.JA2.tar . I used all the methods but the AP is getting hanged at one position after decompressing the new IOS. The capture of the process is below: [code] After this I am getting the junk characters and everytime AP hangs at this position.
I have an AIR-AP521G-E-K9 and i want to reset to factory default in CLI.I tried "write erase" but dont work.I have problems with access-list and i want to desactivate access-list that i have created by web GUI.The problems now is that i can not access to my AP, no ping, no web GUI access.Access that i have is only by CLI, but access list is always blockinh all tha traffic trought my AP.How can i desactivate mac filtering, or how can i reset to factiry default
I'm having trouble with an 800 series router. Work has borrowed it to me so i can practice for my icnd2 exam. Only problem is it has a username and password on it. I have been told i can wipe the device and start over. but i cant get in to the user mode or any mode's as i don't have the user name and password. Is there a way of resetting the router back to factory defaults with out logging in to it?
I need to reset my DLink wireless modem all over again, can't get it to recognise the router, so thought that it would need to reset to factory defaut, how can I do this. Tried just hitting reset on the router,but nothing is happening.
I have a WRV210-A V01 (Software: 126.96.36.199) router that when originally purchased I upgraded the firmware to the newest 188.8.131.52. However after the firmware upgrade the router has not worked right since. [I thought maybe the upgrade did not take, and successfully pushed the firmware 3x times]
Everytime you login to the webpage the right-side pane you have to scroll down 3x pages until you can see the settings options. It does that for everypage you visit you have to scroll down 3x pages until you can see the settings.
The wireless is sporadic and dropping connections, and now certain options like changing the "Basic Rate:" from "All' to "Default" does nothing and wont let you change it.
The main issue I have is that certain wireless settings like changing the "AP Isolation:" cause the router to reset back to factory defaults. and even trying to configure the LAN setup also randomly makes the router reset to factory default.
i have a new 5505 and i have done a few configurations on it. When i try to reset it to the factory settings via asdm i get an error saying it could not be done. I have used config-factory-default using the cli option available in the asdm. I am using asa 8.2 and asdm 6.2. Will erasing the flash reset to factory defaults.
Recently purchased a RVS4000 Router, which included v1.1.14 firmware. Is it necessary to reset the router to Factory Default settings, after upgrading to v1.2.11, as in most of the other previous upgrades?
I have a cisco 2960 that I seemed to have lost the password. Its just a test switch. I would like to know how to reset it to factory default. I have managed to get to a switch: prompt by holding in the small mode button on the front of the switch and pluging in the power but lost from here.
When I ran a reset to factory settings of my acer aspire one netbooks which runs windows 7 I no longer have a wireless connection option at all. I have done this before and never lost my ability to connect wirelessly. I tried to look for driver downloads but I'm not even sure what it is I need to do to recover the missing program as it was a original factory program.
I'm wondering if there is an easy way to change the regulatory domain on a lightweight access point. The reason I'm asking is someone accidentally placed an order for AIR-CAP3502I-N-K9 access points instead of the AIR-CAP3502I-A-K9 flavored ones. I can see how it happened, since undoubtedly someone asked for the "N" access points, thinking 802.11n, and the other person was thinking AIR-CAP3502I-"N"-K9.
do I have to RMA them, or is there a way to magically turn them into the ones flavored for the Americas?
So just recently purchased the DIR-825 and DAP-1522. At this point I just want to get the DAP-1522 to work as a wireless access point to my DIR-825. So my wireless laptop would connect wirelessly to the DAP-1522 and the 1522 would go wireless to the router. Pretty basic I guess. I was planning on using the WAP to strengthen the 5 GHz signal to the router but again, at this point, I would be happy to get the 2.4 GHz working.
I've been working on this since last night and got frustrated and went to bed. I woke up fresh and decided to try again and I'm not having making any headway.
DIR-825 is connected to my DSL modem and has no problem accessing the internet. I can connect to either 2.4 or 5.0 directly from my laptop with no problem at all and have access to the internet. Encryption is disabled. It worked with encryption but I turned it off to troubleshoot this AP problem.
It should be simple but I must be doing something wrong. BTW is there a way to scan for network devices from the router or the access point? I tried discovering each device with the wireless setup button on each device but they don't recognize each other so I'm configuring this manually.
So the DAP has access point enabled and 802.11 is running in mixed mode. I've tried different variations but nothing has worked. I've tried 20 mhz and 20-40 auto mhz channels but same problem. Wireless security is off for troubleshooting at the moment.
DHCP server is disabled and I've assigned the DAP an available ip from the router's dhcp range. I can connect to the DAP both wirelessly and hard wired. The problem is that it can't seem to connect to the router. So my laptop can connect to the router and ha internet access. And it can also connect to the DAP but does not have internet access. The ip is showing auto configuration 169.x.x.x when connected to the DAP so I'm not getting an ip. Is the router supposed to assign the ip to my laptop through the DAP? But again, if the DAP can't communicate with the router, then that would explain why I can't get an IP.
DGL-4100 (wired gigabit router) -> Wii -> X360 -> PS3 -> DGS-2205 (wired gigabit switch in study) *-> My PC *-> Her PC *-> DAP-1522 (wireless access point/bridge)
Now, we're on the 192.168.1.x domain, and I've already hooked my PC up directly to the DAP-1522 and switched its IP address. So now, I can connect to it through the switch. I've renamed it, set it to WPA2 with a passphrase, and should be set to go. However, I can't get my laptop, IPod touch, or any devices to see it. I tried entering the SSID manually, and nothing can find it.