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Unpair an AP Device

To unpair a WatchGuard AP device from a Firebox, you remove the AP device from the Paired Access Point list in the Gateway Wireless Controller. When you unpair an AP device, the AP device restarts with factory-default settings.

Automatically deployed AP devices are reset to factory-default settings if you disable the Automatic Deployment feature.

To unpair an AP device from your Firebox, from Fireware Web UI:

  1. Select Network > Gateway Wireless Controller.
  2. Select the Access Points tab.
    The list of paired Access Points appears in the list at the top of the Access Points tab.
  3. From the Access Points list, select the AP device to unpair.
    Use the Control or Shift keys to select multiple AP devices at the same time.
  4. Click Remove.
    The selected Access Points are removed from the configuration. The Firebox resets the AP device to factory-default settings.

To unpair an AP device from your Firebox, from Policy Manager:

  1. Select Network > Gateway Wireless Controller.
  2. Select the Access Points tab.
    The list of paired Access Points appears in the list at the top of the Access Points tab.
  3. From the Access Points list, select the AP device to unpair.
    Use the Control or Shift keys to select multiple AP devices at the same time.
  4. Click Remove.
    The selected Access Points are removed from the configuration.
  5. Save the configuration to the Firebox.
    The Firebox resets the AP device to factory-default settings.

After the unpaired AP device restarts with factory-default settings, the Gateway Wireless Controller can discover it again as an unpaired AP device.

See Also

WatchGuard AP Device Discovery and Pairing

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