I'm having problems chanving the configuration of an Cisco 350 Series Access Point running firmware 12.00T.
I haven´t got User Manager enabled, so i guess i should be able to change the fields. The problem is that though I'm able to change every field, next when the browser/console does a refresh, the old configuration still appears!
When you make any changes to the configuration via the web interface you need to click the "apply" button. The AP is not set up to do an automatic update when configuring it through the browser. If you have clicked the "apply" button and the AP still is not saving the changes, then you will need to try and set the unit back to the factory settings and starting over.
To get the unit back to factory settings you need to console into the AP. Once you are consoled into the device you will power the AP off and then back on. Let the AP go through its boot up process and once it stops on a command prompt type ":resetall" and hit enter. It should ask you if you are sure that you want to set it back to default and type yes. The device should restart itself and be back to factory defaults. Keep in mind that it will as well have it's default IP address of 10.0.0.1.
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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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