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1130AG not passing DHCP and failed access

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Mar 22nd, 2010
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Hi,


we have recently enocuntered a problem with one of our 1130AG AP's


The device broadcasts the two SSID's we have fine, we can authenticate to them but we arnt getting DHCP address through, the connection sits in a Aquring IP Address for a few minutes then enters limited or no connectivty mode, more annoyingly is when we input a static address the connection enters a connected state, but we cant do anything or get anywhere


The device has similar config as two other AP's we have and they work fine without incident, its just perplexing us as we cant understand what the issue is with the device,


Would anybody have any ideas what could be causing such a problem?


Its on the latest IOS


Cheers in advance

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dancampb Mon, 03/22/2010 - 11:09
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Did you make sure the switchport that the AP is connected to is configured as a trunk?

George Stefanick Mon, 03/22/2010 - 22:38
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I always say follow the packet and you will find your anwser.


1 - Check DHCP helper on your router if this isnt correct your DHCP request wont get routed properly

2 - Can you extend your vlan to a wired port and plug your PC into the port and see what happens

3 - Are your DHCP scopes set up properly -- are you out of addresses --- are exclusions set up properly?

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