We have a WAP4410N that is physically inaccessible due to its location at the peak of a large warehouse. It is online and functioning, but we have no record of the administrative password to log in and change settings on the unit.
Is there any way to reset the password remotely? Can we reset to factory defaults by sending an HTTP request of some kind?
Thank you for that! Unfortunately, it's actually a WAP4400N, and it is not vulnerable. We have four of these WAP units, one is a 4410N and is vulnerable and the other three are 4400's. The one I need to get into is a 4400.
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