05-31-2016 10:40 PM
So - I have a 3200XM Controller, and an AP-225 AP. A few months ago, I was trying to get them set up - and was able to get the image installed on both the controller, and the AP - 188.8.131.52. Unfortunately, I didn't have any licenses, and when I got the licenses in, I realized that I didn't remember the ip address to access it.
So - I restored the controller to factory defaults, and installed a new OS image - it currently has 184.108.40.206
However, I've been unable to connect the AP; it keeps rebooting, endlessly. It has two partitions - one without a valid image, and one with 220.127.116.11
Should it be able to download the OS image from the controller, and I'm doing something wrong? Or do I manually need to set up a tftp, or something similar, and run a command to upgrade the AP to an image matching that on the controller?
Is 18.104.22.168 a good image for this, or is there a more recent/stable image that would be better for me to use?
06-02-2016 02:48 AM
What you should do is connect a cable to the console port on the AP to see what is happening. The AP could have a static ip address that does not allow it to connect to the controller..., OR maybe you're not providing it dhcp... It would become clearer if you connect a console cable to the AP to see what could be wrong...
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