Thanks for the replies guys but it hasnt solved my problem.
Looks like it's not a static address after all
I have done the following
1. Plugged the AP into a switch on our network and connected to it wirelessly. I receive an IP the very same as if I was plugged into the switch directly and when I do an IPconfig I get the very same info as if I was plugged directly in. Still cannot find the AP IP Address though.
2. Plugged the AP into a switch on our network and connected to the switch and did a show cdp neighbour, the access point does not show up, only other switches.
3. Read the user guide and connected my laptop directly to the AP with a CAT 5 cable and gave the laptop an address of 10.0.0.2 . The AP does not seem to revert to 10.0.0.1 as suggested in the manual.
4. I have tried to run the IPSU under all the above conditions, searching by the mac address of the AP but it has not received anything.
What leo was suggesting is that you use a third party wireless supplicant rather than Windows Zero Config. Windows does not give you info such as your AP's IP address. Clients from Atheros or Cisco will supply that information. Other clients like Broadcom and Dell may also have that functionality.
Another idea: Get onto the switch and perform a "show mac address-table interface INTERFACE", where INTERFACE = the AP's connected interface. Then get onto your router or L3 switch (whatever serves as the default gateway for the APs) and run a "show ip arp h.h.h", where h.h.h is the mac address of the device on that port. You might need to sift through a bunch of MACs if there are wireless clients on the AP.
*Note that "show mac address-table" might be "show mac-address-table", depending on the switch model.
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