I recently installed a WAP2000 and connected it for the first time today and I can not access it from the web interface. The default according to the documentation is 192.168.1.245. I can see the WAP but can't access it online to configure it.
Have you tried holding in the "reset" button with a paper-clip or similar item for 30 seconds and allowing it to obtain a DHCP address on your network? When trying to access it with the default IP address is your PC on the same IP subnet/network? You should be able to use the reset button and have it get an IP address from your local DHCP server and then access to it from the address that is given to it.
I also am not able to access the Web Interface, which is a real problem as that is the only way to turn features on and off within this device. After doing several days of research and using every conceivable combination of resets, it is obvious there is a defect in this device. How can I get Cisco to replace this AP?
Or is there some magical means of getting the flash rom upgraded without the web interface.
Can you plug directly into the wap2000 and get response from it with a static ip address on your nic? I know most of our devices you have to enable the wireless managment on the wap2000 for wireless management.
I was having the same issue. Did a direct connection to a PC, after setting the PCs Ip to 192.168.1.2. I can ping the wap at 192.168.1.245, I get the login screen when I access it from the browser, but there it sits.
In my case waiting about 5 minutes finally gave me the home screen. However, it is moving very slow and not responsive at all.
I tried a factory reset 10+ seconds - no difference.
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