My recollection is that there is a "Reload," "Restart," or "Reboot" option in the system options menu.
If not, isn't there anyone on the site that can unplug and re-plug the power cable? There's only two cables ... one that is probably colored, and one that is black and connects to the wall power recepticle ... they can unplug either end (the wall or the AP).
If it's locked in a closet, then have them "power cycle" the circuit breaker feeding the closet. If the circuit breaker is behind the same locked door, then there's a serious issue with a dumber-than-usual designer / architect (it might even be a violation of local code).
You'd think so, but I have gone through every menu. I have even tried changing some parameters that I know would trigger a reboot of most other brands of AP. The thing just keeps going.
I am a Wireless ISP, and this AP is 300 feet up on a tower in an unattended site. There is an APC remote power switch, but it too is hosed. There is no one onsite and no one nearby with access rights (Homeland Security issues).
There is a reset command on the telnet menu, but when I use it, it tells me it can only be done by serial cable.
Unless someone knows a trick, it looks like I am out of luck until Wednesday or later when I can go down there.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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