Linksys, Netgear, ect. Webbase configurations for Wireless access points.
Jason Bryant - You are the man. I got 2 of the WAP4410Ns to cover all of my factory. I was trying to get the first WAP to work. After going through all the trouble of changing the MAC on the first laptop I saw your post!!! Wow - just what I needed.!!! I put the data into the config file with notepad, uploaded and Zoinks - it worked - fantastic. I was also able to copy the config and change a few settings so I could just access the second WAP - upload the cfg file - a reboot and I was all set. Thank you very much for your elegant solution to our problem. Frank - now my face looks like this
Finally found a few moments to revert the Compaq Netbook to its factory-set MAC Address, edit the two WAP4410N config files, and as as Jason said within a few minutes everything was as it should have been in the first place! A more elegant solution than my "cheat" method... well done!I was already aware of the value of the config file, having used the file for WAP4410N-1 to speed up prep of WAP4410N-2, both virtually identical except theyare on different channels. Without conducting detailed tests, seamless roaming for the Netbook seems to be working OK.I assume Cisco will fix this annoying bug in a future firmware release?
Thanks Glad i was able to find a simpler soluation for now.