How to switch Ap7562 wing to wing express interface

  • 8 July 2017
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Hi everybody

I changed interface AP7562 from Wing Express to Wing interface. How to revert to Wing Express and Ap7161 have Wing Express?

Thanks


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Userlevel 1
Hi

The feature to switch UI interfaces is only available with APs using the Swift UI. Swift UI APs interface and the Express APs interface looks exactly the same. The difference can be notice in the model name of the AP. Express APs have an “E” at the end of the name, ex. AP7522E. But the only way to go from enterprise UI to Swift UI is to factory default the AP.
Userlevel 3
The feature to change from the SWIFT to the Enterprise interface is only available on the 75XX Enterprise series of APs. And yes, the only way to go back to the SWIFT interface is to factory Default the AP. This is because changes can be made while in the Enterprise interface that are not compatible in the SWIFT interface
Userlevel 4
Hi,

I think you mean the SWIFT UI and not the Express AP Version? To change the UI back, you need to do a factory reset. I think there is no other way.
Userlevel 5
Hi

The feature to switch UI interfaces is only available with APs using the Swift UI. Swift UI APs interface and the Express APs interface looks exactly the same. The difference can be notice in the model name of the AP. Express APs have an “E” at the end of the name, ex. AP7522E. But the only way to go from enterprise UI to Swift UI is to factory default the AP.

Hi,

From WiNG Express User Guide, it looks that we did not support 7161 on WiNG Express.

WiNG Express Access Point portfolio consists of two dual radio 802.11ac Access Points (AP7502E and AP7522E) and four 802.11n Access Points (AP6511E, AP6521E, AP6522E and AP6562E).

http://documentation.extremenetworks.com/WiNG/5.9.0/9035125_WiNG_Express_5_9_UG.pdf

Best regards,
Bin
Hi

The feature to switch UI interfaces is only available with APs using the Swift UI. Swift UI APs interface and the Express APs interface looks exactly the same. The difference can be notice in the model name of the AP. Express APs have an “E” at the end of the name, ex. AP7522E. But the only way to go from enterprise UI to Swift UI is to factory default the AP.

Thanks Orson Joseph

Ap7161 can switch to Swift UI ?

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