I have an 1131AG that I am running multiple user VLANs through. I can successfully access all VLANs via the AP with no problem at all, but for some reason I cant connect to the AP via ping, telnet, or the WebUI. The IP configured on BVI1 is in my management VLAN (VLAN2). My user VLANs running on this AP are 149, 176, and 212.
This particular AP is connected to a 3524-PWR-XL running c3500XL-c3h2s-mz.120-5.4.WC.1 version of IOS.
Switchport config for this 1131:
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
I have two other 1131s in different parts of my building that are working great and I am having no problem accessing them via telnet or WebUI. The only difference here is that these are connected to switches that are running Cat OS. The commands that I have used on the Cat OS ports are:
Set vlan 2 3/3 (To set native VLAN for the management subnet)
Set trunk 3/3 on dot1q
The configuration on all of my 1131's are identical except for the BVI1 IP's.
I imagine that there is something simple I must be missing but I am not seeing what it may be. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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