The following two procedures restore the switch to factory defaults and
reboot the switch. Use the first procedure when you can log in to the switch and issue a CLI
command and the second when you cannot.
When you can log in to the switch, use
the following command:
This command resets most of the
configuration, with the exception of user-configured user accounts and passwords, the
date, and the time. On SummitStack, the command also preserves stacking-specific
parameters so the stack can be formed after reboot.
Unset the currently selected configuration image, reset
all switch parameters, and reboot the switch .
If you cannot log in because the switch is in a continuous
booting loop, use the following procedure:
Reboot the switch while pressing the space bar. This
puts the switch in Bootstrap mode.
From the Bootstrap prompt, type
boot and then press [Enter] and press
the spacebar. This puts the switch in BootROM mode.
From the BootROM prompt, type config none.
Configuration selected: none
From the BootROM prompt, enter
reboot. The switch reboots and restores the factory