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New Member

access point problems

i have one access point like AIR-LAP1131AG-E-K9, it is rebooting automatically after 10/12 minutes.

So where is the probem,or it is the default feture of that model.

any help is appreciated


New Member

Re: access point problems

Any syslogs available? It could be a number of things...

How is it being powered? via PoE Switch? through a power injector? or a regular power cord?

What information is reported by the controller?

let us know.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: access point problems

If it's PoE make sure the cabling are terminated correctly. I've had several experience like this (and in one case the switch port went into err-disable) and all attributed to faulty cabling.

Re: access point problems

We had an instance of this and it was the cable length, it was fine for data but for some reason the poe was just out of range on that particular cable length.

We also had it off the injectors sometimes you get a bad one and its current is not stable.

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: access point problems

Everyone here has good points.... to add on, if you say that the ap reboots every so often, then I would console into the ap and capture what the logs show prior to reboot. Look at the switch for errors and I would try a different ap, a different injector or a different port... see which one fixes the issue so you can determine what is the cause.

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New Member

Re: access point problems


Check the country code of the WIRELESS... try to select the country code as your local country. Def u can solve the problem as i did ....



Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: access point problems

I noticed that you have a LWAPP version. Do you have a WLC?

If no, you need to convert your AP to Autonomous. In LWAPP mode, if the AP can't find a WLC in the network, it will reboot constantly until it finds one.