Good day all,
Please could you help me out. Sorry if this is a common thread. I looked but could not find any related to this topic.
I have 2 AP 340's (AIR- AP342E2C), (Access Points).
I just installed 2000 on a new laptop. Installed the latest drivers on the laptop i.e. ACU and wireless network card drivers. So the laptop is fine.
The one AP (1)has relatively old firmware and it - works just fine- with the upgraded laptop.
The other AP (2) had all its firmware deleted. EVERYTHING. If I pull the firmware files from AP(1) and push them onto AP(2), AP(2) will work. However we need the new security offered by the new firmware.
As soon as I upgrade the AP(2) (too scared to upgrade AP(1)) It then fails to authenticate with the laptop. It gives the message "too many stations in the BSS". So Apparently this is because I lost the installation Key firmware file on the AP(2). WHY THEN - does the AP(1) still work - I cannot see an installation key on that AP.
--> But my main question is - How do I get the installation key back on my upgraded Acess Point AP(2). Is there some utility to do this.
Secondary question is: is the new firmware secure. We have a lot of valuable game data we do not wish to be unsecure.
--> Repeat - How do I get the installation key back on my upgraded Acess Point AP(2). Is there some utility to do this.