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Occasional Contributor I

LED light problem for 11A/N and 11B/G/N

I have an IAP 105 during booting LED light for PWR and ENET turn green and that of 11A/N and 11B/G/N is completely off. The IAP always seems to be reboot always but with PWR and ENET turning  green for some time then goes red to start rebooting again. The 11A/N and 11B/G/N is still completely off. Entering the IAP through the console during boot is say wi-fi uplink not present. is there a way i can physicall enable the wi-fi.

Aruba Employee

Re: LED light problem for 11A/N and 11B/G/N

Hi, 

 

If the IAP gets an IP address, the lights should come up. From the console output, doesn't get a DHCP IP. Try a factory reset. Btw, does a computer get a DHCP IP address if connected to the same switch port? 

 

 

 

 

Thanks, 

Rajaguru Vincent 

Thanks,
Rajaguru Vincent
CWNA | CWSP | CWAP | CWDP | ACMP
Occasional Contributor I

Re: LED light problem for 11A/N and 11B/G/N

Once powered on , i dont see the IAP on my network or my laptop to even connect to , just the PWR LED turns green and red again continously. I have done hard reset and also factory_reset from the console and nothing is working.PWR LED  blinks green.jpg

PWR LED after blinking green turns to red.jpg

Guru Elite

Re: LED light problem for 11A/N and 11B/G/N

You should contact TAC.  You could have a hardware issue.

If you can connect to the console and print the output, it might give us an idea about what is happening.

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: LED light problem for 11A/N and 11B/G/N

From the console the output printout is attached. from the printout i notice its say Wi-Fi uplink not present.

Aruba Employee

Re: LED light problem for 11A/N and 11B/G/N

Hi, 

 

The IAP should have already got configured for wifi uplink. If not, you'll see that on console. That is expected after a factory_reset. It doesn't get an IP address, so no active ethenet uplink also. As said by Colin, it could be a hardware issue (faulty ethernet port) as well. You need to raise a TAC case. 

 

Thanks, 

Rajaguru Vincent 

Thanks,
Rajaguru Vincent
CWNA | CWSP | CWAP | CWDP | ACMP
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