Infrastructure access point unreachable for management, but is passing traffic.

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We have 2 aironet 1310 aps setup as infrastructure access points between 2 buildings.  One went south on us & we placed it.  Before the bad one went down, we were able to manage both remotely & could see them from the next device via CDP.  Now, we can't connect or even ping either AP.  And the weird part is that the switches that connected to each can see each other via CDP, but not the access points between them.  I'm attaching the configuration.  Before I make the 2.5 hour drive back to the site, does anyone have an idea on what I may have misconfigured on either or both access points?

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George Stefanick Fri, 09/17/2010 - 14:43
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Vinay Sharma Sun, 09/25/2011 - 10:50
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Hello Ronald,



Please mark the Question as Answered, if the provided information by George is correct and it helped. By doing that others can take benefit as well.



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