I've got two Cisco Aironet 1200 Series access points. Both access points have the same SSID and WEP passcode. Both access points are assigned a unique static address and hostname. Both access points are mounted to the ceiling, and get power through POE injectors.
I've also got two Ipad 3's. Both Ipads will connect to access point "A" but only one will connect to access point "B". It seems to be a DHCP problem. All other devices can connect to both access points fine. (Windows, Iphones, Android)
I've tried the following solutions with no fix...
Copied configuration from access point "A" to access point "B" (changing ip and hostname)
Reset network settings on the non-connecting Ipad.
Had the Ipad replaced through support with a brand new one.
Replaced access point "B" with a WAP4410N.
Changed security on the WAP4410N to WPA and WPA2.
What in the world is going on?!? Is there some secret incompatibility between Cisco WAPs and Ipad 3's?