It should not have done that. it is supposed to wipe of LDAP configuratin only. if you run value set level as "3" it will remove all the configuration along with ip-address, but level "2" should be ok.
value set level 2 should reset below things.
Configuration items reset by DefaultValuesSet level 2
The following table lists the configuration items that are reset by xCommand DefaultValuesSet
Level: 2 and their reset values.
Configuration item Reset value
Alternates Cluster Name
Authentication ADS ADDomain
Authentication ADS Clockskew 300
Authentication ADS DC Address
Authentication ADS Encryption TLS
Authentication ADS KDC Address
Authentication ADS KDC Port 88
Authentication ADS Mode Off
Authentication ADS SecureChannel Auto
Authentication ADS SPNEGO Enabled
Authentication ADS Workgroup
Login Administrator Groups Group [1..30] Access ReadWrite
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