Occasionally, firmware upgrade instructions or Luxul support staff may direct you to restore an access point to factory defaults. The following instructions cover three different ways to reset an AP, depending on whether your AP is managed by a Wireless Controller or is standalone.
Use your browser to log in to your Wireless Controller’s configuration interface (usually 192.168.0.19).
Select Profile Management > AP Assignment if that page isn’t already loaded.
Select the AP you’d like to reset to factory defaults from the column on the right.
Select Remove to unassign the AP.
Select Save to reset the AP to factory default.
WAIT TWO MINUTES for the AP(s) to reset to factory defaults.
Select Profile Management > AP Assignment.
Select the AP you removed from the column on the left.
Select Add, then select Save to re-add the AP to the Profile.
Use your browser to log in to your AP’s configuration interface (usually 192.168.0.10 or 192.168.0.16).
Select Administration > Factory Defaults from the navigation menu.
Select Reset to restore factory defaults. The AP will reset to factory defaults and reboot with a self-assigned IP address of 192.168.0.10 or 192.168.0.16 (depending on the AP model).
Reconfigure the AP as desired.
Press and hold the Reset button located on the back of the AP for approximately 10 seconds. Once the button is released, the AP will reset to factory defaults and reboot with a self-assigned IP address of 192.168.0.10 or 192.168.0.16 (depending model the model of AP).
How To: Reset AP with Wireless Controller
How To: Reset Standalone AP