Is there a way to push startup configuration to AP1130 via tftp?

  • 17 September 2020
  • 2 replies

Hello everyone,

I have to change the startup configuration of an AP1130, and I was wondering if there is a way to push it via a tftp server? The AP1130 doesn’t have a console port, and when I try to change the settings of its eth0 interface, it always disconnects before I can save the running config to the startup.

I have to set the following commands to the eth0:

interface eth0 mode bridge-802.1q user-profile-attribute 0
interface eth0 mac-learning enable
interface eth0 native-vlan XXX

Could you please advise on this? 



2 replies

Userlevel 4

Thank you for your patience while I looked in to this for you. I don’t believer there is a way to push configuration updates via TFTP, and even if there were you would need help logging in to the bootloader so you’d have to create a support case for this process regardless. Is there a reason you aren’t using the GUI to configure your devices? 

Userlevel 1

You should get back access when you configure the according VLAN on the switch port.