We upgraded our Cisco wireless controller recently, and a few of our Access Points became corrupted. They are now
restarting themselves in a continuous loop. I have tried pushing the "mode" button while powering up. A blue and green light
come on and then the system does a restart again. There were two recommendations that I found online - reset to default settings
or force the system to reboot to ip 10.0.0.1 and have a TFTP server available on 10.0.0.2. Neither option is working and the units
continue to reboot. I can't break into the reboot using the ESC key. The reboot message indicates there are some files on flash memory
and it's attempting to load the flash, but the actual "flash" message is cut off (ex. loading flash:AP12) and then the reboot occurs. Sounds like
corruption occurred but I can't seem to clear the files and start over, Any ideas?