The devices continue to work autonomously, although during this time they cannot be monitored or reconfigured from the Cloud.
A device connected to the Cloud acts as follows in case of reset: In case of a device reset, the device's LMC certificate will be deleted and the LMC domain will be set back to the default value cloud.lancom.de. A cloud-ready device with zero-touch function will autonomously try to connect to the public LMC. If the cloud-ready device had been actively managed in a LMC project and integrated via PIN in this project before the reset, the device will automatically be integrated in this project again as long as the device can connect to the internet after the reset. If the cloud-ready device had been managed in a private LMC and had been integrated via PIN in a certain project before the reset, the device will automatically be forwarded from the public LMC to this private LMC but will NOT autonomously be integrated in the project again. Such devices have to be integrated in the respective project manually with a vaild activation code.
Devices can also be permanently disconnected from the Cloud and operated stand-alone (e.g. operated with LANconfig, WEBconfig or WLAN controller).
To disconnect a device from an instance of the Cloud, the following commands have to be executed:
LCOS-based devices (routers, access points and WLAN controllers):
WEBconfig: In the configuration area Configuration > LMC > Configuration, set the Operating switch to No and execute the Delete Certificates command.
Alternative: On the Switch OS command line, go to the LMC directory by entering the command “lmc”, then run the commands “delete-certificate” and “operating no”.
For LANCOM switches, the same procedure is performed as follows:
WEBconfig: In the Configuration area of the LCOS menu tree SETUP > LMC, set the Operating switch to No and execute the Delete Certificates command.
Alternative: On the LCOS command line under Setup/LMC, execute the commands “do delete-certificate” and “set operating no”.
Alternatively, the device can be deleted from the LMC device list. If the device is connected actively to the LMC at this point of time, the LMC certificate will likewise be deleted from the device. Thus, the device will then be uncoupled from the LMC.