I just got in (5) brand new Cisco 1600 Series Access Points. Model AIR-SAP1602I-K9. They are autonomous so no need for a controller. For the life of me I cannot get these configured, even for a test wireless network much less set up in our (3) SSID setup we are running on the old AP's.
I have it plugged in, can access the console file. Gave it a static, no warnings on the AP itself and powers on fine. It looks as though all is set up just fine but that is all I get is a flashing green light which according to the documentation means there are no wireless clients connected. We cannot get connected to it no matter what we try. It is not broadcasting an SSID, and we've tried forcing a connecting by manually adding a wireless network to both computers and phones.
I know this has to be something simple we are missing but I'm just lost? It's plugged in to a Cisco Catalyst 3750X GB switch now, we tried plugging in to the older 3750 stack as well with no luck.
I don't feel it's a switch port issue, I feel it's a config issue on the AP but even going through the Express setup trying a test wireless network called CiscoTest we get nothing.
What the heck am I missing here? I've configured the 1130AG series AP's we have live now numerous times, I'm just stuck here! HELP!