Newly mounted Aironet 3502i shows no lights. The access point is working fine and is visible in the switch, WLC and WCS. The ping request is getting replies. Everything is working as expected even then the lights are not ON.
User tried to shutdown the port in the switch and noticed it turns green (booting), once it was registered in WLC the light goes off. Currently all 4 Access Points having same issue i.e. no light but working fine.
WLC >> Wireless >> All Ap's >> AP >> General >> Version
Primary Software Version 18.104.22.168
Backup Software Version 0.0.0.0
Predownload Status None
Predownloaded Version None
Predownload Next Retry Time NA
Predownload Retry Count NA
Boot Version 22.214.171.124
IOS Version 12.4(23c)JA2
Mini IOS Version 126.96.36.199
Check if all the LED State is set to Enable mode:
Wireless>> Access Points>> Global Configuration>> General>> Check LED state to enable.
If above is already enabled then try the below option.
Wireless>> Access Points>> All APs>> select an AP>> Go to advanced tab>> check 'LED state to enable'.
If the above options are not avilable, Please try the following command:
wlc>config ap led-state enable all
Do this on all AP.
CSCud76044 - LWAPP LED fails to glow after booting upSymptom:
LWAPP AP LED switches off after booting up.
LWAPP AP running mini IOS 7_3_1_73. AP need not have joined controller for the issue to manifest. mini IOS 7_3_1_73 is equal to bootloader version 12.4(23c)JA5.Workaround:
config ap led-state enable from the controller.
First Found in:
Status: Fixed (Verified)
config ap led-state
To enable or disable the LED-State for an access point, or to configure the flashing of LEDs, use the config ap led-state command.
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