We've installed an Aironet 1300 (with external antenna) at the top of an 80 foot mast. Before installation we configured it with a static IP, setup its SSID etc etc. We also tested connecting to another WAP etc. All setup was done using its web interface.
However we cannot access it using the ethernet port on the power injector. If I connect using the console port I can see that it is running, however during initialization it says that it can't bring up the FastEthernet port.
If I do 'show ip interface brief' then it lists the IP address against BVI, but says the ethernet port is down. We've tried a different power injector with the same result.
Does anyone have any idea what we're doing wrong? We've had no similar problems with the other 20+ Aironet's we've installed.
All the local connections seemed fine, though we could not check the connection at the top of the mast until we get another hoist onsite.
BUT I did manage to reproduce the problem with another Aironet. If only one of the two co-ax cables is connected, then the behaviour is identical - I can connect via the console, and it lists BVI1 as down and I can't access via ethernet.
So we must have a break or bad connection at the top of the mast - so we're getting a hoist onsite again.
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