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Aironet 1130ag is not being seen on the network?

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Can't see the access point from a radio persepective but can ping the AP?
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by:zulumon14
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I can't attach or see the AP from a PC, however I can ping the device
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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zulumon14,

Go to the Cisco site and m,ake *sure* you download the latest drivers.
Also make sure you OS is up to date with all of it's patches

JeffCoachman
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Go to the Home tab and ensure that your Radios are UP
Then under Security tab --> SSID Manager
1. Ensure that you have the SSID associated with the radios
2. Do you have the SSID associated with a non-native VLAN
To determine VLAN Status - Click on the Link "Define VLANs" ensure the vlan that the SSID is associated with is the native vlan
4. Set Becon MOde to Single BSSID and ensure that your SSID is listed.
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Solution helped out tremendously
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