Strange Access/Connectivity on an Aironet 1200

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Nov 19th, 2008

We have an Aironet 1200 in an office at an adjacent building. The Adjacent building is all on one subnet and has it's own WAN connectivity. Wired users are able to connect to the WAN and to resources in the main building. Users connected through the Aironet are not able to connect to resources in the main building and sometimes to the local WAN connection but are easily able to talk to local resources in the same building. The Aironet is static and on a switch along with other wired connections that don't have this problem. Does this sound familiar?

I have this problem too.
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wesleyterry Wed, 11/19/2008 - 12:49

Any chance this is a DHCP issue?

It sounds to me like the wireless clients do not know the gateway and therefore only talk to devices in that subnet.

Or maybe the Access Point itself doesn't have the right gateway?

Can the console of the Access Point ping other networks?

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