I delete the IOS of the aironet 1100 series By Mistake and now I need to copy the IOS image file

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I have a cisco aironet 1100 series wireless access point.

by mistake I delete the IOS of the router and now I need to copy the IOS image file again on it.

I need your help please.

Right now it has the Ethernet led RED, Status Green, Rdio RED. T that minds no Cisco IOS image file).

I have downloaded the file c100-k9w7-mx.123-8.jed

and i have download tftp servers (tftpd32)

I have the router connected directly to a pc with the static ip address

but the problem is basically that i don't know ehat ip address the router 1100 have right now, I can't access it by a web browser.

and by a tftpd32 I have try but no function.

I don't know what I doing wrong.

other things is that I haven't found a clearly manual about how to use a tftpd32 to transfer the file to the router cisco 1100 series.

thanks .

I will wait your hepls.

Correct Answer by Leo Laohoo about 7 years 1 month ago

Hi Anne,

Can you mark this post as "Answered"?

Correct Answer by Leo Laohoo about 7 years 1 month ago
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Aaron Leonard Thu, 12/31/2009 - 08:37


Here's the link:

Reloading the Access Point Image

So do this:

1. Configure your TFTP server (the PC) to (done)

2. Get an aIOS image for your AP (done)

3. Rename your AP IOS image to c1100-k9w7-tar.default

(steps 4 thru 9 as given in the link above.)

The AP will give itself an address of (I think).



Hi arrond

thanks you for take your time and answred me .

i have done that !

but still I have problem,

The AP is supposed to have itself an address of , but not, because I ping that address and don't response.

I use a solarwinds tfpt server , I started the service but it don't send nothing to the ap100series.

Have you done that anytime?

I really wonder if there is any way to copy the IOS routers model?

because I need some helps



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