11-08-2015 10:16 PM
11-09-2015 01:21 AM
Hi, could be a number of reasons but a few you can check :
- What type of AP is this? A Campus AP or Remote AP? Check the #show datapath session to confirm if there is any traffic from the AP
- Check the logs #show log all | include XXXXX (where XXXXX is the MAC) to confirm if there is any errors
- Check your licenses to confirm there is no license issues #show license limits
- Confirm there is no duplicate IP issues by checking the ARP table on the switch
- Confirm if the AP has power and the LED's are lit
- Confirm there is no firewalls blocking the IPSEC/PAPI traffic between the AP and controller.
If my post addresses your query, give kudos:)
11-09-2015 02:20 AM
1. The AP type is 224, Campus AP
2. #show datapath session , The AP have packets to the controller, but controller no traffic reply AP.
3. show log all | include 94b4-0fc9-cc34 no log
4.#show license limits license ok
5.no duplicate IP
6.AP has power，the LED's of PWR, Eth0, Eth1 are light, but 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz are dark.
7.Between the AP and controller no firewall
I think the 224 AP had hardware Problems, how kind method can find it .
12-20-2015 04:31 AM
did you ever solve this?
if you do see traffic from the AP to MC, but nothing returning to the AP then i doubt a hardware issue with the AP.
did you try reseting AP? did you try to connect a console cable and check output?