I have a Aironet 1242 LWAP that, out of the box, was requireing a manual command to boot. Looking at the boot configuration: Manual Boot: Yes, is how it is configured. The ap has joined the controller, and loaded the newest code, but is still in manual boot mode. Not a good place for a LWAP. I have tried setting is back to factory defaults, but the manual boot is still there.
Thank you for the reply. Maybe this will work on an AAP, but a LAP does not have a "configuration mode".
Did figure it out though... at AP: prompt where is want you to type boot, enter "unset MANUAL_BOOT yes", then enter "set MANUAL_BOOT no", then enter boot. After a complete boot, power off the ap and restart. It came up without prompting for the boot command.
Thank you though. You folks from Australia and NZ have provided a lot of good hints.
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(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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