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Power Injector & WISM

I am trying to connect a Aironet 1242 LWAPP AP to a Cisco 3524 non POE switch.For some reason I cannot access the power settings for the APs.What I do is ,got toConfigure ->Access points and slect the AP.My gut feeling is that I should modify the poer settings inorder to connect a power injector.I get a consistant amber light on the status LED and I feel its not normal...

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Re: Power Injector & WISM

Hi Janesh,

Check if this link helps you

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/wireless/control/c44/ccfig40/c40lwap.htm#wp1111701

When an LWAPP-enabled access point (such as an AP1131 or AP1242) is powered by a power injector that is connected to a Cisco pre-Intelligent Power Management (pre-IPM) switch, you need to configure power over Ethernet (PoE), also known as inline power. You can configure PoE through either the GUI or the CLI.

HTH

Ankur

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Re: Power Injector & WISM

thanks for your info.Today I logged in the WISM controller via https and changed the power settings for the particular access point.

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