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Problem with Aironet 1130AG after flashing IOS

Worked fine until the IOS was updated with c1130-rck9w8-tar.124-10b.JA3. Since then I'm not able to browse to the GUI interface.

Version info:

Cisco IOS Software, C1130 Software (C1130-RCVK9W8-M), Version 12.4(10b)JA3, RELE


Compiled Wed 19-Mar-08 17:53 by prod_rel_team

ROM: Bootstrap program is C1130 boot loader

BOOTLDR: C1130 Boot Loader (C1130-BOOT-M) Version 12.3(8)JEA, RELEASE SOFTWARE (


AP001d.e555.21c6 uptime is 24 minutes

System returned to ROM by power-on

System image file is "flash:/c1130-rcvk9w8-mx/c1130-rcvk9w8-mx"

cisco AIR-AP1131AG-A-K9 (PowerPCElvis) processor (revision A0) with 24566K/81 92K bytes of memory.

Processor board ID FTX1210T01G

PowerPCElvis CPU at 262Mhz, revision number 0x0950

Last reset from power-on

LWAPP image version

1 FastEthernet interface

32K bytes of flash-simulated non-volatile configuration memory.

Base ethernet MAC Address: 00:1D:E5:55:21:C6

Part Number : 73-8962-12

PCA Assembly Number : 800-24818-11

PCA Revision Number : B0

PCB Serial Number : FOC120724T8

Top Assembly Part Number : 800-29230-01

Top Assembly Serial Number : FTX1210T01G

Top Revision Number : A0

Product/Model Number : AIR-AP1131AG-A-K9

Configuration register is 0xF

Configuration is attached.

Appreciate any assistance in getting this device out of the error state.

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Re: Problem with Aironet 1130AG after flashing IOS

Just curious if your AP was originally an IOS AP? The code you used is an LWAPP image and requires a Wireless LAN COntroller. The "rck" in the file name means recovery code for LWAPP. If you need to have an IOS AP, then follow this doc to convert LWAPP back to Autonomous,

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Re: Problem with Aironet 1130AG after flashing IOS

I would have to agree with fella5. If you upgraded the IOS manually (and previously were able to get to the GUI of the Access Point), then you must have been using the AP as an autonomous access point. The "rck" as fella5 pointed out indicates that this is an LWAPP image which does little more than get the AP ready to join a Wireless LAN Controller (from there it gets the latest code version). I too suggest that you download a different IOS version for this AP, specifically one without the "rck".