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cannot enable admin status for AIR-AP1131ag on 21100 cosco WLC

Posted on 2010-11-09
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I have an AP that I moved from one location to another. When I go into the management GUI to check the AP I see that the Admin Status says disabled and the operational status say down. When I click on enable for the management and hit apply I get "Error in enabling Admin Status." Can some shed some light on what I am doing wrong?
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Probably going to need to post a config for us to troubleshoot this.

I would presume that there's a configuration issue that's preventing the interface from being administratively up.

If you can telnet or ssh to the aironet, turn on term mon, enter conf t mode, go to that interface, and no shut it, see what happens. If that's all giberish to you, we can walk you through it. Whilst you're here, do a "show run" from the # prompt, and paste it on here (please remove all public IP's, keys, passwords, etc).
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I cannot telnet to the device. It fails. I can ping the device from the WLC.
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