We can retrieve your AP using any of the below 2 scenarios.
- If you are accessing the AP on default IP (192.168.0.1) directly by connecting a laptop, then there is no need to give default gateway.
- I hope AP is reachable (ping connectivity) from the laptop. If yes, I believe https access might be disabled on the AP because of which you are unable to access it through GUI. So, you can try login from CLI using any SSH tool like putty on port 22.
Use the APs default credentials to login : super/sp-admin
To enable https access on the AP, execute the following command.set https enable
- You can then access the AP through web UI.
Island SSID :
When a Mesh AP becomes isolated from mesh network and unable to finds its uplink root AP, it starts broadcasting a recovery SSID (named "island-"), which you can use to connect directly to the AP and make configuration changes.
Check if this AP was connected to any ZD earlier where mesh was enabled on it.
We have a process to recover the isolated mesh AP but we need ZD mesh configuration for that.
Follow the below article for recovery mechanisms.
Hope this is helpful.