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Old 06-02-2013, 11:23 PM
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Default WC8180 - how to remove an AP to fix country code?

Hi Everyone,

I have a WC8180 that I'm currently configuring, along with a bunch of 8120APs. However during the setup phase, going with the defaults I discovered that the 8180 was set to US, and the 8120s set to AU (I am in Australia), so I can't add it properly. Can't change the default domain country code as there's an AP associated, even though it's only in discovered.

Anyone know how to reset the domain country code, or remove a discovered AP so I can change the default? I'd rather not do a factory reset and have to re-add the licenses, etc...

Regards,

Rob
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