and i did the configuration just like my 60 others (most of them are AIR-LAP1042N-E-K) and on those one i can not see the SSID, also, in the 'interface' tab i have 1 slot down, what does it mean?I don't think it is normal compare to my other?
slot 0: 802/b/g/n Admin Stat: Disable, oper Stat: Down ...
Judging from the attachment, it looks like the Slot 9 802.11b/g/n radio is Admin 'Disabled' state, meaning it was somehow manually disabled. All you would simply need to do is set this back to 'Enabled' to bring it up. You can do this through Wireless > Access Points > 802.11b/g/n. Scroll to the far right for your AP in question and hover over the small blue box > Select Configure. You should be able to set the Admin Status here.
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