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    Cisco access point gone weird...

    The web interface on one of our Cisco access points has changed. It's turned into a sort of basic text only view.

    Any sugegstions on how to get it back to normal?

    I've attached a screenshot of the before and after view...
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    Re: Cisco access point gone weird...

    Does the parent automatically update the firmware on all AP's when it gets it?

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    Re: Cisco access point gone weird...

    Have you tryied clearing your tempory internet files? It looks to me like a style sheet isn't being loaded, maybe because you've got a localy cached version of the file which is borked.

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    Re: Cisco access point gone weird...

    Are you sure it's the same AP? The hostnames are different even though the IPs are the same. Maybe something funky happened to the IP config. :?

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    Re: Cisco access point gone weird...

    Definitely the same AP. Mac addresses match the ones on the config sheets and it's been tested in isolation in the office.

    Refreshing browser doesn't do anything. Have tried accessing it from a different PC as a different user.
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    Re: Cisco access point gone weird...

    Hmm, that was a bit of a long shot. It definitely looks to me like the firmware revision has changed but I couldn't begin to guess why.

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    Re: Cisco access point gone weird...

    Well if it has, it must have changed to a very old version! Ive been working with similar apps for 3 years and never have I seen one look like that

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