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AP's keeping rebooting on a Cisco 3560x

We have upgraded a switch and started to move over the AP's (model 125). After about 2 minutes the switch log file shows the ports goes down then back up. I put it back to a Cisco 3560G and it is fine. Could this be because the 3560x is POE+?

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Re: AP's keeping rebooting on a Cisco 3560x

Please make sure the AP125 is connected to port enet0.

 

What version of code?

 

 

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Regular Contributor II

Re: AP's keeping rebooting on a Cisco 3560x

The code version we are running is 5.0.3.3.

 

Yes, they are plugged into enet0.

 

 

Guru Elite

Re: AP's keeping rebooting on a Cisco 3560x

If you type "show log system 50" the access points will say why they rebooted.  you can also plug a console cable into the back of the AP to see the console output to see why.

 

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Re: AP's keeping rebooting on a Cisco 3560x

When I run , "show log system 50", it just tells me the Radio Stats and |fpapps| were either added or removed from a VLAN. I do not see anything telling about an AP down or rebooted.

 

I cannot get to the console port on the back beacuse they are on/above the ceiling.

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Re: AP's keeping rebooting on a Cisco 3560x


jcameron wrote:

When I run , "show log system 50", it just tells me the Radio Stats and |fpapps| were either added or removed from a VLAN. I do not see anything telling about an AP down or rebooted.

 

I cannot get to the console port on the back beacuse they are on/above the ceiling.


You have to do it while the AP is rebooting, because that log will roll over.  Try show log system all.  You might also want to open a support case in parallel.

 

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