While configuring different options within the web interface of an autonomous configured Cisco 1142 AP, every few minutes I get this pop-up that interrupts the configuration process.
Error occured while clearing Browser credentials."
This pop-up happens irrespective of whatever computer or browser I am using to configure the AP, and has actually happened on 3 different versions of the software I have had on the AP's.
Thanks in advance.
This issue looks pretty new to me. However, as u saw the issue on multiple computers with multiple browsers and multiple AP codes , I guess that there might be some configuration on the AP , which has not changed over the codes. Multiple browsers or computers can not be bad.
>> The computers that you tested .. were they corporate ones or personal ? I mean , are they configured with a corporate image and group policies ? In that case, the browsers will have the same problematic policy pushed across.
>> Ca you try to get the entire config from the AP ?
The solution is to modify config.js, which can easily be re-loaded via TFTP. If anyone wants this fix - message me.
The solution is to modify config.js - then reload it via TFTP. If anyone wants the fixed version - message me.
G'Day Matthew ~ I suspect a few people will be having this one. Can you please post the modifications to config.js?
First get a modified config.js
Below is mine from 12.4:
You most likely can't use this on other releases. Instead compare my before and after, and make those changes
Or take a look at this:
You'll find those pieces of code in your config.js, then simply make those same changes.
You can get your config.js by extracting the release tar file with 7-zip
CD into the '1' directory (which is under <release>/html/level/
ap#cd c1250-k9w7-mx.124-25d.JA2 <-- your release directory will have a different name
Now overwrite the config.js with the patched version
ap# copy tftp://yourserver/config.js flash: