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    cisco scripts

    Does anyone out there know where I can find some documentation to write my own configuration scripts for my cisco waps. I have got 7 waps at the moment and can see some more of these being used in the future and want to be able to configure them using prewritten scripts rather than through the web browser interface.

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    can't you configure one and then export the configuration file?

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    I'll look into that, never thought of doing that. Thanks for that idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    can't you configure one and then export the configuration file?

    Ben
    As plexter said, you need to export the start-up config to a TFTP server and then copy it over to the running-config of the new AP.

    It should retain the settings, although make sure that the after the import (copy) you change the IP address of the new wap otherwise it may cause a duplicate IPs issue.

    Ash.

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    Assuming these run cisco IOS when you are in an enabled telnet session you can just do a "show run" and copy the output to a text file. When in your new router simply go into enable mode and paste the output into your terminal viewer and it will configure it the same as the last one. This saves you from having to setup a TFTP server.

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