Question about Computers & Internet
I think I stuck a couple AP's in a non-working Vlan.
I can no longer ping the AP's.
If I can reset them to factory defaults though, I can get the system back up in no time.
Is this possible? My Siemens rep is on vacation right now.
If there is no tiny push button on the outside of the box then the only way to reset it is loging into it.
If you can find the ipddress range of the non-working vlan that the AP is in you can change your computer ip address to one in that range and then access the router with it's ipaddress.
Once you get in you can use these steps to reset it:
a. Click the Wireless Controller button to open the Wireless Controller
b. In the navigation pane, click System Maintenance.
c. Click the Reset database to factory default and reboot button.
d. Click the Apply button.
This will reset the database and cause the controller to reboot.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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