I have a second hand air-lap1242AG (basically aironet 1200series - configured to lightweight mode). I would like to configure it in a small business. We have a Linksys WAG354G (Wireless-G ADSL Gateway), which has 4 ethernet ports. It has a really small range. The problem is now, to connect those two. I tried already resetting the aironet(holding mode for 3 sec, also tried to rewrite the image-holding it for 20s), but when I look on my linksys DHCP-page, it still shows me the same client host name of the aironet, as when I first plugged it in. Its the name of the company, it belonged to, before us.
So I guess, since the DHCP is working fine - the IP adress is assigned, the only problem is, that the previous settings are still active - which means it doesnt allow to connect to the new router/controller.
What can I do about that? Converting to autonomous mode? I didnt try it, because it seems extremely complicated to me. Im not an IT-pro.
Thanks a lot
Solved: Sorry for bothering, I thought I wont be able to do it. The explanation of the conversion is so stupid! I managed to do it through TFTP. First I was confused with the renaming, but I finally got it, that in the guide its only an example...
Transferring Crash file from standby:
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(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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