Cisco Wireless LAN Controller Configuration Guide, Release 7.5
Resetting the Controller to Default Settings
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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.