~ > I am having an issue with 20 of these units that came in because I ~ > cannot get the unit to do the "clear lwapp private-config" command ~ > because it is disabled. I am not sure how to go around the unit. ~ > Websites are telling me that I have to do it through a Controller. I ~ > have no idea what they mean by that. Any suggestions on how I can make ~ > these units go back to factory setting? Thank You in advance. ~ >
~ > Sajan Pasic ~ ~ It would help to know the model number of the AP's but it sounds like ~ the ap's are for use with a wireless lan controller. These AP's can ~ not be used by themselves, they must be used with a cisco wireless ~ controller. The lwapp stands for Lightweight Access Point Protocol. ~ So if you are trying to use these ap's for anything else besides with ~ the use of a wireless lan controller, I believe that you are out of ~ luck. I hope this helps and that this is what you were looking for.
If these are AIR-LAP models but you want to run autonomous IOS on them, then you can do this (from the console):
ap#debug lwapp console cli ! hidden command ap#config t ap(config)#interface fastethernet0 ap(config-if)#ip address a.b.c.d 255.255.255.0 ap(config-if)#exit ap#archive download-sw /overwrite tftp://a.b.c.x/filename
where filename is the autonomous IOS image that you want to run.