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What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

Hi,

 

I try to configure some IAP 225, and I did't get it yet. The dual band are both in green light but the power is still in power up mode, and I don't know why. Can you give some ideas to became APs in APready mode?

 

I can connect to SSID but I don't have internet conncetion, it was the reason from the AP status (power-up mode)?

 

Thanks for all,

 

Xavi

 


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Aruba Employee

Re: What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

The AP-225 requires 802.3at to be fully functional.  If powered by 802.11af it will run in "Power Saving Mode" and will: disable the 2nd Ethernet port, disable the USB port (if present) and run the 2.4Ghz in 1x3 1SS.  The 5GHz radio will not be affected.  Also, in Power Savings mode the power LED will be amber.

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MVP Expert

Re: What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

How is the AP connected?
Have you hooked up a console cable during the boot process to see if anything funny appears?

Pasquale M. | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
ACDX #420 | ACCA
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Occasional Contributor II

Re: What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

The AP is hooked up poE adapter in 802.3af mode.  Maybe is the reason why the AP is still in power up-mode (red light). what do you thing?

 

which is the command to see boot process?

 

Thanks,

 

Xavi

 

 

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MVP Expert

Re: What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

There is no command to see the boot process. You simply connect a console cable and reboot the AP and watch the screen.

Pasquale M. | Senior Network Solutions Consultant
ACDX #420 | ACCA
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Aruba Employee

Re: What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

The AP-225 requires 802.3at to be fully functional.  If powered by 802.11af it will run in "Power Saving Mode" and will: disable the 2nd Ethernet port, disable the USB port (if present) and run the 2.4Ghz in 1x3 1SS.  The 5GHz radio will not be affected.  Also, in Power Savings mode the power LED will be amber.

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Super Contributor I

Re: What can i do if all AP is still in power up mode (red light)?

Try using a 802.3at standard PoE injector or switch.

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