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Integrated Wireless Access Point - 1941 Router

Can an integrated AP, in a 1941 router be used as a CAPWAP AP and be managed through a 5508 controller?  If so, is there any documentation to show the process of configuring this AP in that way?  Thanks for any help!                  

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Re: Integrated Wireless Access Point - 1941 Router

So these are considered embedded AP. You can search for how to configure AP802.

I believe this link should get you most of the way there
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/controller/7.4/configuration/guides/lwap/config_lwap_chapter_0110.html


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Integrated Wireless Access Point - 1941 Router

Thank you for your reply!  I did follow the instructions from the link.  I've turned on debugging, and see that the AP cannot contact the controller.  I do have both capwap and lwap in my DNS tables.  I can ping the controllers from the router itself, but not the AP.  I've assigned a static IP to the Gi0 interface, and hard-coded a controller address, but for some reason it still cannot connect to the controller, or anything else for that matter.  Looks like IP routing isn't turned on, but not sure why it would need to be on, when the router has all the IP routing.  Thanks again!

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Integrated Wireless Access Point - 1941 Router

Can you please post the following command output:

1.  WLC:  sh sysinfo;

2.  WLC:  sh time;

3.  AP:  sh version;

4.  AP:  sh ip interface brief; and

5.  AP:  sh inventory

Re: Integrated Wireless Access Point - 1941 Router

My guess is that there is an issue between the 1941 and the interface going to the AP module. Can you check the link to the AP module and make sure you can ping the AL from the router and the AP can ping its default gateway?

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Re: Integrated Wireless Access Point - 1941 Router

I would also post your interfaces on your router. This way we can see how you have the various interfaces set and see if its set properly. You can also session into the ap itself and reload the AP. I would post the show version and from the ap session ping the router.

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