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AP340: No Connection after firmware update to 12.04

l3stechnik
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I'm sorry for this new posting.

Summary of what I did:

recently updated our AP 340 from 11.08 to 12.04.

Now the Apple MACs don't "see" the network.

They use the latest Apple AirportSoftware and worked perfectly before the update.

I found in this forum the following options and made them:

non-Aironet 802.11

use Aironet extensions: no

Radio Preamble: LONG

Ethernet enc. transf.: RFC1042

Radio modulation -> Standard

The LOGs of the accesspoint are empty, WEP is off, I broadcast the SSID (checked the name four times).

Nothing helped. What can I do now?

Thanks!

Marko

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ndoshi
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Other windows client works fine ? Can you please

tell detail about airport driver version ?

In this case wireless sniffer traces will help

thanks

Hi!

We tested three different configurations:

iMac G4, Jaguar (10.2.8): Airport software 3.1.2

Powerbook G4, Panther (10.3.4): Airport software 3.4.2

These two using 11MBit Airport.

Powerbook G4, Panther (10.3.4): Airport software 3.4.2

This Powerbook uses Airport Extreme (54MBit) and doesn't see the network with the old and 12.04 firmware.

The settings of the AP 340 are like I mentioned in my last posting.

These are the settings:

Network 5: "l3stest" BSSID: "00:40:96:34:D9:7A"

Type : infrastructure

Carrier : 802.11b

Info : "None"

Channel : 01

WEP : "No"

Maxrate : 0.0

LLC : 4

Data : 32

Crypt : 0

Weak : 0

Total : 36

First : "Thu Aug 5 16:14:30 2004"

Last : "Thu Aug 5 16:14:53 2004"

Min Loc: Lat 90.000000 Lon 180.000000 Alt 0.000000 Spd 0.000000

Max Loc: Lat -90.000000 Lon -180.000000 Alt 0.000000 Spd 0.000000

Address found via UDP 0.0.0.0

Thanks in advance.

Marko

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