I am attempting to downgrade(?) a LWAPP 1242 model device. We need it to be autonomous until such time, a Controller can be introduced into the environment. We have no IOS version AP's on-hand, so this is a must-do process.
I have accessed the instructions that discuss pressing the MODE button, etc. The ESC button has no affect whatsoever during flash initialization - I never see the [ ap: ] prompt. Have tried multiple versions, including over 60 seconds of holding MODE down when unplugging and plugging power cable back in.
I am statically connected to the AP using 10.0.0.x range, as directed and TFTP Server is running with appropriate file downloaded and renamed per instructions. The MODE process does prompt for accessing TFTP server - but process simply times out and runs back to existing flash file.
As instructed, I press MODE and then after reboot attempt to access a webpage inside the device - it is still LWAPP - and nothing is accessible. Your instructions appear misleading.
This process, as you've outlined it on your website, simply will not work for me. The boot process of holding MODE button in until light goes RED, does allow for recovery option and it does access my TFTP Server (Solarwinds ver 9) looking for the 're-named' file, as per instructions.
However, it simply times out and reverts to loading the original LWAPP file, as opposed to loading the renamed autonomous file we would prefer.
AP has IP address of 10.0.0.1 255.0.0.0
Default-gateweay of 10.0.0.254
PC/TFTPserver using 10.0.0.2 255.0.0.0
PC Default gateway 10.0.0.254
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