We have WS-C3750-24PS-S switches and want to connect AIR-LAP1262N-E-K9 access points. The switches are 10/100 fast ethernet and pre-standard PoE (inline power), thus not gigabit and not 802.3af. The 1262 AP's are gigabit and get their power through 802.3af, AIR-PWRINJ4 or local power supply. Now my question: Is it possible for us to get the access points running on these switches, so with fast ethernet and inline power or AIR-PWRINJ3?
raa-1078gz-137-SW-01#sh run int fast 1/0/19 Building configuration...
Current configuration : 272 bytes ! interface FastEthernet1/0/19 description Access Point test switchport access vlan 51 switchport mode access no snmp trap link-status spanning-tree portfast spanning-tree bpdufilter enable spanning-tree guard root service-policy input Classification_Marking end
raa-1078gz-137-SW-01# raa-1078gz-137-SW-01#show power inline fast 1/0/19 Interface Admin Oper Power Device Class Max (Watts) --------- ------ ---------- ------- ------------------- ----- ---- Fa1/0/19 auto off 0.0 n/a n/a 15.4
Can you console into the AP and find out what it's doing? You are OK on your end. You may have enough power, the AP can support up to 15.4w. Is CDP enable on the switch? "spanning-tree bpdufilter enable" may not be required.
Yes, inline power is also 15,4 W, but it seems not to work. Tomorrow my colleague will take a look at the console.
I did find something else,access points won't join a controller, when load-balancing over an ether-channel is not src-dst-ip. We have configured LAG, but attached only one link to the contoller.
When you use LAG, the controller relies on the switch for the load balancing decisions on traffic that comes from the network. It expects that traffic that belongs to an AP (LWAPP or network to wireless user) always enters on the same port. Use only ip-src or ip-src ip-dst load balancing options in the switch EtherChannel configuration. Some switch models might use unsupported load balancing mechanisms by default, so it is important to verify.
It looks like the AP1262 access points can be conencted to a 10/100Mb fastethernet port and powered by a pre-standard inline power switch. It doesn't have to be 802.3af PoE. We enabled all radios A/B/G/N and everythink works.
Why the new AP1262 didn't join the 5500 controller, was due to the software release, which was 126.96.36.199. The new 1262 AP is only supported in 7 release, we installed 188.8.131.52.
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