Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 7.4
Resetting the Controller to Default Settings
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Resetting the Controller to Default Settings

Resetting the Controller to Default Settings

Information About Resetting the Controller to Default Settings

You can return the controller to its original configuration by resetting the controller to factory-default settings.

Resetting the Controller to Default Settings (GUI)


    Step 1   Start your Internet browser.
    Step 2   Enter the controller IP address in the browser address line and press Enter. An Enter Network Password dialog box appears.
    Step 3   Enter your username in the User Name text box. The default username is admin.
    Step 4   Enter the wireless device password in the Password text box and press Enter. The default password is admin.
    Step 5   Choose Commands > Reset to Factory Default.
    Step 6   Click Reset.
    Step 7   When prompted, confirm the reset.
    Step 8   Reboot the controller without saving the configuration.
    Step 9   Use the configuration wizard to enter configuration settings. See the Configuring the Controller- Using the Configuration Wizard section section for more information.

    Resetting the Controller to Default Settings (CLI)


      Step 1   Enter the reset system command. At the prompt that asks whether you need to save changes to the configuration, enter N. The unit reboots.
      Step 2   When you are prompted for a username, enter the recover-config command to restore the factory-default configuration. The controller reboots and displays this message:
      
      Welcome to the Cisco WLAN Solution Wizard Configuration Tool
      
      
      Step 3   Use the configuration wizard to enter configuration settings. See the Configuring the Controller- Using the Configuration Wizard section for more information.