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In the ssid I chose "none" to remove the password, but the ssid still has the password help me please

tu_nguyen_duc
New Contributor II
In the ssid I chose "none" to remove the password, but the ssid still has the password
help me please
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Ankush_Chandan
Contributor II
Hi Tu,

You login to this AP's CLI and check the encryption setting using following command to confirm if change is reflected:

get encryption wlan 

example:
rkscli: get encryption wlan0

SSID             : Lab_WLAN
Net Security     : WPA
Protocol Version : WPA2
MAC Auth         : None
Authentication   : Open
Cipher Algorithm : AES-CCMP
WPA PassPhrase   : f0f49fe29ac1379c7ab4bc6cc18ff7e5ef9bade3a01a03bb11330ed30a9e0739

OK

If you have made the change and AP do not reflect it. Please open a new support case and we can have a look.

Regards,
-Ankush

thank you, I want to remove the password of the ssid Mgallery office
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sanjay_kumar
Contributor III
Hi Tu, 

I hope the AP has taken the configuration after the changes made on the SSID.
Click on the AP >> Check for the Configuration Status >> It should should show as "Up-To-Date".

If it is in "New Configuration" then the AP has not taken the config changes.

thank you, I want to remove the password of the ssid Mgallery officeImage_ images_messages_5f91c48c135b77e247ae154e_07f68b4c9ae1be7ad3932a36485e2fee_RackMultipart20200925439714rcf-df6ea14b-0c19-4c4a-bdb3-c9d00b9fbc99-1112720212.jpg1600997274