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AP operation status down

network770
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Beginner

I just setup a new lan controller and registered some AP's successfully, however the AP's are not broading the SSID's and I noticed that their operational state is down.

Why is it down and I do I bring them back up?

From the controller I can see the AP's are all enabled.

Pls help             

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Do a:

>show 802.11b

>show 802.11a

And post the results please

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Scott Fella
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Post some screen shots and also from the WLC cli do a show ap summary.

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-Scott
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Erwin Salazar
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Hi Ronni,

There could be a number of reasons why it is currently in the DOWN state for 'Operational State':

- Is the radio for that AP(802.11a or 802.11bg) Administratively disabled?  If so you will have to manually enable again through Wireless > Access Points > 802.11a or 802.11bg > Hover over small blue box far right > Configure

- Is the network disabled for that specific band?  You can check the network under wireless > 802.11a/n or 802.11b/g/n > Network.  Make sure the checkbox is checked for network status.

If it is not one of these two issues, then we will need more information on the controller model/software in addition to the access points model you are trying to join to give us a better understanding of the hardware involved.

Cheers,
Erwin

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