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SSID to default

Hello everybody!

Does anyone know if there is any quick way (into a "Network\Wireless\SSIDs\Configuration Overview") to return an SSID profile to its factory "Unconfigured" settings?

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Re: SSID to default

no, but you could disable that SSID & recreate a new SSID which would be default settings


@LS-MERAKI-CR wrote:

Hello everybody!

Does anyone know if there is any quick way (into a "Network\Wireless\SSIDs\Configuration Overview") to return an SSID profile to its factory "Unconfigured" settings?


 

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Re: SSID to default

Yes, what a pity, that was what I was afraid of. Neither way, we will have to wait for a next console version that includes the "reset" button.

Thank you anyway!

Kind of a big deal

Re: SSID to default

delete it and recreate it
Robin St.Clair | Principal, Caithness Analytics | @uberseehandel
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Is possible? Can I delete an specific SSID?

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I do not think you can "delete" the SSID. You can disable it or rename it.

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Yes, that was what I assumed, it is not possible to delete.

I need to reset all the values ​​of an SSID from a single command. No disable neither rename.

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Re: SSID to default

There's no one button/click to achieve resetting an SSID back to defaults. My recommendation would be to just disable the SSID and then create/enable a new SSID, this would effectively have the "default" settings already pre-populated. 

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Thanks for your suggestion!!

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Re: SSID to default

There is also a quick way to do this programmatically via the Dashboard API. 

Go to Help > API Docs in Dashboard and look at the SSIDs section and see the "Update the attributes of an SSID" section. 

Or in Python for example, you could update (or wipe) all 16 SSIDs in a few seconds by running a single for loop that might resemble something like this:

for x in range(0,15,1):

    updatessid(apikey, networkid, x, name+str(x), enabled, authmode, encryptionmode, psk, suppressprint=False)

where x is your ssidnum.

If you've got Python installed do a "from meraki import meraki" and then "help (meraki.updatessid)" to get the syntax.

 

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