I have a number of these Access Points installed and only 2 of them show this Dot11Radio1 interface, the rest only have Dot11Radio0, it's some side effect of when I reconfigured them after they were already configured.
LeoLahoo I tried the command the way you described, did a write to startup config and rebooted the AP the Dot11Radio1 interface is still there.
is there any way to wipe the config but leave the IP address so I can still connect to them?
As George has mentioned, a Cisco AP may have one or two radios. 1131 has one radio and 1132 has two. There is now way for you to remove the default configuration of a radio because it's physcially there. The best I can think of is to just shut down the radio as described in my post.
Just out of curiousity, what is your "beef" with the radio? You have an AP with two radios, why turn it off?
My issue is the Server I have that manages all the wireless access points is alerting me that a port(Dot11Radio1) is down and disabled when really it does not need to be there.
I have a number of 1130s that don't list this second radio in their config, they are all the same version. Somehow I created this issue by making changes to the config on some of the APs, I'm trying to figure out how to UNDO it without resetting the radio.
could it be that the Dot11Radio1 is not enabled by default? are there really two radios in the 1130?
here is the exact version and model: Cisco IOS Software, C1130 Software (C1130-K9W7-M), Version 12.4(21a)JA1
Do a show ver and what model number does it show... or you can look on the back side of the AP. Here is a link to show you the different model numbers... Like the others mentioned...shut the interface should fix your issue if you have an 5ghz radio.
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