Aironet 1231 losing their config

Hi

Earlier this week I reconfigured a dozen Aironet 1231

They are all working fine except for some of them

They seem to lose their configuration : they are no longer visible (SSID) or pingable and when I connect via the console port my login/password isn't recognized

I reset them once again and reconfigure them but surely this shouldn't be happening

My worry is that something/someone is resetting their config to what it was before I intervened


Is such a thing possible ?


thanks

yann
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Craig BeckCommented:
It is possible that they are being reset or changed, especially if the default SNMP configuration is in place.

When you notice it has happened, do they respond to pings on their old IP address?
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