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ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

Hello,

I created mesh using 1550 and 1260 AP series. One of 1550 is RAP with WLC wired, and others are MAP (1550 and 1260 series). All APs are in bridge mode with Mesh - Ethernet bridging enabled.

All APs are visible in WLC in Wireless section and I can manage them. Problem is that I cannot access any IP device (camera, dvr, pc ...) connected to WLAN via 1260 series AP, I cant ping them. Devices connected via 1550 series AP works fine. Please help me to find problem, thanx.

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Re: ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

When you say WLAN you mean a device on the wireless or connected to the Ethernet. I know Ethernet bridging was an issues on some of the 7.x code but it does work on v7.4 code.

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ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

I mean device on ethernet side, connected to Mesh AP 1260 series. I have code version 7.0.220.0, I will try to uprade it, I let you know result.

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Re: ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

Yeah... Ethernet bridging was broke when using an indoor AP. just remember when you upgrade you will also need to upgrade the FUS image which takes 35-45 minutes. During this time you will only have console access to the WLC.

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ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

please, explain FUS image ??? Code in WLC is already updated to 7.4.100.0 and after mesh restart this code was downloaded to all APs. What else?

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Re: ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

The FUS image is mandatory. Here is a support doc explaining the image. This should help

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-23757

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ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

Thnx, I downloaded it and started process:

Upgrade Field Recovery Image from version 1.0.0 to 7.4.1.30

I hope that it helps.

I already downloaded new firmware fo Aironet 1260 - ap3g1-k9w8-tar.152-2.JB.tar, now I have version 12.4. Do you mean that it can helps too???

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Re: ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

The FUS is required when you go to v7.2 or later. The AP image doesn't really matter as the AP will actually download its code from the WLC. I have seen issues when the FUS has not been upgraded so it will make thing stable. I run v7.4 with 3602's and Ethernet bridging with no issues.

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ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

Problem is not solved,

FUS v7.4.,

code v7.4.100.0,

IOS version for Aironet 1260 is 15.2(2)JB$.

Mesh is visible in WLC, I can configure all APs, but still cannot access devices connected to ethernet  of Mesh AP - Aironet 1260. It didnt works from other side too, cannot access 1260 from PC connected directly to ethernet of this AP. Therefore I cannot access other points of network from there. But state of GigabitEthernet0 is UP. I can access Aironet 1260 only from wireless side via Root AP.

Any ideas ?

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Re: ethernet side of 1260 series AP is not accessible

You can't access the AP from the Ethernet port, it from the wireless side. Also the Ethernet port when Ethernet bridging is configured is either placed on the native vlan the RAP is connected to on the network Orr else if you have defined a different vlan or vlans for the Ethernet port on the MAP, then the RAP port has to be connected to a trunk and the traffic gets dropped of there and not tunneled back to the WLC

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