I have two Cisco WAP4410N's connected to two SG300-28P's running the latest firmware on both the access points (brand new and out only been used for 3 days) and the switches.
i came into work this morning to find that the clients (windows 7 pc's) could not connect to the wireless access point sat on my desk. i have read all the similar articles on the website and implemented all the suggested changes. the only way for me to fix this issue was to reboot the access point using the web browser.
i like everyone could really do with a solution to this problem as im starting to lose confidence with cisco after the issues i had with their small business series switches (SG300 would stop learning mac addresses. Kind of important really making sure a switch that runs at layer 2 doesnt have issues with layer 2 addresses!!)
Special thanks to Alex McDonald for sharing his favorite tip:My favorite
tip is the ‘write default’ command on autonomous wireless access points,
it simplifies manual conversion of a WAP with a static ip address to a
LAP with a DHCP address.This saved a l...
With the latest release of firmware for the WAP 561, 551, 371, 351 a new
feature was added that would allow customers to upgrade the firmware for
their clustered access points from the main access point.The basic steps
to accomplish this is:1) Download th...