I have an old 350 series Acces Point running IOS 12.3.8-JEA. I configured this AP with WPA-PSK, and everything worked fine until a few days ago... My clients refuse to connect to the AP, while I didn't touch the AP. When trying to discover the network with the WinXP 'Available networks' option, the network doesn't show up. Now I have reset the AP to factory defaults, changing only the SSID, and allowing the world to connect to my AP. The network still wont show up. If I check the device it says the radio is up, and the event-log doesn't show any errors. Everything seems to work fine, but I can't connect to the AP. I noticed that once the device is started, the radio LED never blinks. How can I check that my radio is working correctly? Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get my network working again?
Thank you very much for your help. I will definitely try the debug command. However, I'm not sure about the software version you are referring to. AFAIK the latest IOS software for the 350 AP is the version I am running. Can you perhaps tell me where I can find the 15 Xr2 version?
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