Cannot see SSID of Cisco 1130AG Access Point after changing the name of the SSID.

I changed the SSID on my Cisco Aironet 1130AG per my bosses request.  After doing to so, using the GUI, no devices can see the SSID?  I also tried to name iit back to the original SSID, but that did not help.  I have now deleted the SSID and recreated a new one to no avail.  I'm not very familiar with these devices, so I have to use the GUI.

Don't know if it makes a difference, but I have tow devices with the same SSID, so you can walk anywhere in our office and not be disconnected.

I have no idea what I did?  I changed the SSID key before I did this and that worked fine?

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
There is normally a setting in the Wireless Setup screen to broadcast or to not broadcast the SSID. More than likely you have changed this. Look in your Wireless Setup. .... Thinkpads_User

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GregAuthor Commented:
It was a setting under Guest mode/infrastructure SSID settings.  The Single BSSID needed to be set to the current SSID.  This must have reset when I changed the name?

GregAuthor Commented:
I wanted to be very specific as to where this feature is on this particular device.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The settings in the routers I use (Cisco Linksys, HP and so on, but not Cisco) have that setting separate from SSID.

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