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AP HREAP NOT WORKING - NO DHCP, NO INTERNET

Current Setup

WLC > WAN < AP

AP is in HREAP mode

The Wireless SSID shows up at the remote site

Clients can associate to the SSID on the AP (HREAP)

But it's not handing out DHCP address

From the AP (HREAP mode) I cannot ping the WLC (connected via WAN link)

From the AP (HREAP mode) I cannot ping any network on the remote site.

I can access the WLC remotely.

From the WLC i can ping default gateway for the AP dhcp server

From the WLC i cannot ping the AP

On the WLC i cannot see any AP

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AP2-1262#show capwap reap association

SSID: WirelessWLAN on Dot11Radio1

bssid: f4ea.67c1.618e Mode: 0x192, WLAN: 2 , VLAN name: 002 VLAN ID: 66

Key Mgmt 12, Reap flags 0x1, Guest Yes, Current Users 0, Open Auth

SSID: WirelessWLAN on Dot11Radio0

bssid: f4ea.67c1.6181 Mode: 0x192, WLAN: 2 , VLAN name: 002 VLAN ID: 66

Key Mgmt 12, Reap flags 0x1, Guest Yes, Current Users 0, Open Auth

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Please HELP

Thanks!

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AP HREAP NOT WORKING - NO DHCP, NO INTERNET

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AP HREAP NOT WORKING - NO DHCP, NO INTERNET

Kelly,

You post is confusing.

1. How was your AP able to dowload it's code if there was no connection to the WLC?

An AP firstly gets an IP via dhcp or statically configured and then it searches for a WLC. If the AP doesn't see any WLC, it can never come up. The status lights will keep flashing red and orange.

Since your clients have a layer 2 connection, then that means the AP is up and working with the connection to the WLC. Your problem is solely layer 3.

Check you local vlan mapping on the HREAP AP to ensure that the client vlan is correct. Also check your routing table by using 2 commands on your router: 1.Show ip protocols

                                                 2. Show ip route

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