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Cisco Aironet 600 OfficeExtend Access Point

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Hello I have a Cisco Airnonet 600 AP. It stopped working a couple days ago, and now when I power on the device the blue power light blinks constantly and I cannot get it to connect to anything.

I tried resetting it but it just does the same thing. Can anyone help?
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by:Craig Beck
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The AP is installing a new software image, which is usually indicated by a blue flashing LED.

Once the software has downloaded the light should go solid blue.

How long do you wait before you reset the AP?
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It has been blinking for several hours now. Don't know what the problem is.
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Can you confirm that the AP is connected to the network correctly, and that you can get internet access by using the cable that the AP connects to if you plug it into a PC or laptop?
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