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Dead AP?

I have an Aironet 340 Bridge which recently stopped functioning with the following symptoms:

1. The ethernet light is steady amber (even when disconnected, and the 10BaseT lights continue to flash when disconnected).

2. The status light is steady red.

3. The radio light has a quck amber blink.

4. Cannot connect via IP or the serial cable.

My question is this: can it be resurrected? Or should I just bury it?

I bought this for personal use when they first came out and do not have any extended service contract. Anybody know what the default warranty is for these?

Thanks.

J.

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Re: Dead AP?

The bridge could possibly be fixed. You can either contact a local Cisco sales representative to see how much it would be to get it replaced or you can check around for a company that repairs the devices. The 340 series bridges have been End of Lifed (EOL) http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps441/prod_eol_notice09186a008009246a.html This means that you will not be able to get a new one, but you should be able to get a refurbished one. Usually there is a 90 day warranty on the Aironet devices.

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Re: Dead AP?

Thanks for the info, I'll look into the repair options.

J.

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