Scott Fella Wed, 06/18/2008 - 15:17
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Here is what I found on a previous thread:


First, check the flash:

lap_1242_1#dir

Directory of flash:/


2 -rwx 279 May 09 2008 11:52:20 +00:00 env_vars

4 -rwx 6168 May 09 2008 11:52:20 +00:00 private-multiple-fs

6 drwx 256 May 09 2008 11:49:05 +00:00 c1240-k9w8-mx.124-3g.JA2

5 drwx 128 Mar 01 2002 00:03:43 +00:00 c1240-rcvk9w8-mx


15998976 bytes total (10716672 bytes free)



Then delete the LWAPP image:

lap_1242_1#delete /r /f flash:/c1240-k9w8-mx.124-3g.JA2



Thirdly reload the AP:

lap_1242_1#reload



You'll end up with a clear AP.


When the ap comes back, then do a clear lwapp private-config.


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