AP 1310 who to downgrade

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Dec 8th, 2008

I make a mistake I upgrade my unit AP 1310 to the Lightweight Mode and now nothing work. I need to downgrade to autonomous mode but I have just few command. How can I do this?



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Rob Huffman Mon, 12/08/2008 - 07:03

Hi Vincent,


I believe this is the only method without a WLC;


Aironet 1300 Series Bridges do not have a MODE button to reset the AP to factory defaults. So, if neither the GUI or CLI is available with sufficient privileges, complete these steps to delete the current configuration and return the entire bridge settings to the factory defaults using the CLI.


Open the CLI with a Telnet session or a connection to the bridge console port.


Reboot the bridge by removing and reapplying power.


Allow the bridge to boot until the command prompt appears and the bridge begins to inflate the image.


Press ESC when you see lines that are similar to these on the CLI:


Loading "flash:/c1310-k9kw-7mx.v122_15_ja.200040314-k9w7-mx.v122_15_ja.20040314"

...#############################################################################Note: In order to access the boot loader, you must press ESC twice. But this action depends on the terminal-emulation software that you use.


Messages that are similar to these appear:


Error loading "flash:/c1310-k9kw-7mx.v122_15_ja.200040314-k9w7-mx.v122_15_

ja.20040314"


Interrupt within 5 seconds to abort boot process.


Boot process terminated.


The system is unable to boot automatically. The BOOT environment variable needs to

be set to a bootable image.


C1310 Boot Loader (C1310-BOOT-M), Version 12.2 [BLD-v122_15-ja_throttle.20040314 100]


bridge:At the bridge: prompt, issue the dir flash: command in order to view a directory of the Flash file system.


The directory is similar to this directory:


bridge: dir flash:


Directory of flash:/


2 -rwx 0 env_vars

5 drwx 384 C1310-k9w7-mx.v133_15_JA.20040314

3 -rwx 1128 config.txt

4 -rwx 5 private-config


3693568 bytes available (4047872 bytes used)

bridge:Delete or rename the files config.txt and env_vars, and reboot the bridge.


Note: Do not forget the / character before the filenames.


bridge: delete flash:config.txt

Are you sure you want to delete flash:/config.txt (y/n)?y

File "flash:/config.txt" deleted


bridge: delete flash:/env_vars

Are you sure you want to delete "flash:/env_vars" (y/n)?y

File "flash:/env_vars" deletedIssue the boot command in order to reboot the bridge at the bridge: prompt, or simply power cycle the bridge.


After the bridge reboots, reconfigure the bridge with the web browser interface, the Telnet interface, or Cisco IOS Software commands.


Note: The bridge is configured with the factory default values that include:


The IP address, which is set to receive an IP address with DHCP. If you do not have a DHCP server, you can access the bridge using the default IP address of 10.0.0.1 using HTTP/HTTPS or Telnet. Once you gain access to the bridge via Telnet or GUI, you can modify the IP address of the bridge.


Note: This default IP address of 10.0.0.1 becomes available only for a short period. So, make sure that you assign your own IP address to the bridge within that period of time.


The default username and password, "Cisco".


From this doc;


http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps430/products_password_recovery09186a00800949d0.shtml#ca_1310_ser


Hope this helps!

Rob


vbourbeau Mon, 12/08/2008 - 08:02

Ok it's helpful.

But I need to map a tftp server to the bridge to upload the new IOS. But the ethernet don't seem to work, and in this light configure mod I don't find the way to power it up.

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