I'm hoping someone can help me figure out what's going on with the Cisco AIR-AP1042N-N-K9 I've been trying to deploy.
It's a pretty simple setup on the clients site. There's a Cisco 887, a couple of PC and the AP1024 that's giving me issues. Out of the 80 odd sites we support with this setup, this is the only AP1024 I'm having issues with.
I use a standard config (and it's worked on the other APs) and only change the IP address and user credentials on it. I connect via console, copy the config, save it and do a quick test that I can connect to the SSID - it looks all good.
When it was deployed to the site, they were having issues connecting to it, so I jumped onto the 887, then connected to the AP. I was able to log on, and enter priviledged exec mode, but when I did a show run, the AP froze for a few minutes, then kicked me off.
I could connect to the AP again, but everytime I tried to do anything that really required an output from the AP, it kept freezing.
A restart didn't resolve the issue.
The AP was returned to me and I conencted to it via the console again, and it worked fine. I didn't have any issues any commands.
I decided to replicate the environment, and connect to the AP through the router, and it froze again.
I'm kinda at a loss as to what the issue is. I did try to set the speed and duplex on the ports to match incase that was the issue, but it's still occuring.
If I've understood you correctly, you are having only problems connecting to AP via Ethernet interface for management? Wireless clients are did not experience any problems when connected to SSID (while AP was in the site). Right?
Actually the wireless clients were having issues. They seemed to connect to the AP but they could get out to the internet. When I went to log onto the AP and investigate, I had issues managing the AP via Ethernet.
I'm sorry, I had a potential version, but it is now does not fit your case...
Your configuration looks correct ...
I get lost in conjecture, but I would have researched this problem so (unless of course you have the time for it, if not, I would first upgrade the AP IOS to a more recent):
is this issue layer 2 or layer 3 - Can wireless client get DHCP ip address? Is the wireless clients can reach the default gateway, each other via AP? Is any issues managing the AP from the same subnet as BVI1?
is there any connectivity issues - interface errors, counters. etc...
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