Mode Button Disabled

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Jan 26th, 2009

I have an 1131AG (autonomous) that was previously configured with the mode button disabled. As a result, I cannot hold it down on power up to restore a default configuration. I do not know the login for the AP to undo the configuration of the mode button. I tried booting and pressing ESC and CTL-Break to see if I could get ROMMON like you would on an earlier 1200 series, and no dice. Anyone know a way around this? I was able to update the IOS, but of course that doesn't affect the config.

Regards,

Scott

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Scott Pickles Fri, 01/30/2009 - 12:53

Thanks for the reply. The last sentence of my original post indicates that I have already updated the OS using the recovery method. In addition, upgrading the IOS alters what is stored in flash. The configuration (and hence the password) is stored in NVRAM. Therefore, updating the IOS has no effect on the configuration.

Regards,

Scott

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