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4402 Factory Reset

Hi,

I'm trying to complete a factory reset on a WLC 4402.

Q: Is the 4402 factory reset procedure the same as the 5508:

>clear config

>reset system

Login as Recover-config

 

This 4402 has an old 9pin console port, so I've only been able to complete the first two items.

Does the service port have a default ip address and/or does it respond to dhcp servers?

Thanks.

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VIP Purple

Yes, procedure is same for

Yes, procedure is same for 4402.

No, Service port does not have any default IP address. You have to get console access to configure it via initial script.

HTH

Rasika

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VIP Purple

Yes, procedure is same for

Yes, procedure is same for 4402.

No, Service port does not have any default IP address. You have to get console access to configure it via initial script.

HTH

Rasika

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Thanks. All that is needed is

Thanks. All that is needed is to wipe the previous config. Does completing the first two steps alone accomplish that or must one login as Recover-config?
 

VIP Purple

Typically if you do not have

Typically if you do not have login credentials (or password recovery), you would do "recover-config" as you can do this at login prompt (given that you do not know the password)

If you have done first two steps via SSH then you may not able to ssh again as your config was cleared. Try first two steps with console access & you should be prompted to initial script.

 

HTH

Rasika

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The command clear config

The command clear config should be more than sufficient.

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