Great suggestion, and I did it. Alas, even the A-Team has no way to recover the serial numbers.russellhltn wrote:I'd call again Monday during UT working hours. The day crew may have some additional tricks up their sleeves.
They did happen to mention that when they assist with a firewall swap they take a screen shot of the Access Point page so that they can add the wireless access points back in to the system. As I mentioned earlier, I wish I had thought of that myself. And there is not a "change the serial number" option. You just add the new firewall, set it up, and then ask the GSD to delete the old firewall.
The FM Group stepped right up and offered to gather the serial numbers from the attic. But I recruited an extraordinarily heroic and brave assistant to explore the jungle with me. We spent the afternoon in the attic and found the WAPs. That was a trick. They were well hidden. But find them we did, gathered the serial numbers, got them into TM and all is well again.
Although Liahona has returned, there is still an option to access Meraki Setup at each of the access points. Of course, neither I no anyone else has guessed the password to the Meraki cloud. I hope the Meraki registration option goes away now that the boxes are properly registered through the firewall. Perhaps in a day or two everything will settle down.