Manual Priming of a Cisco 3702 access point

I am trying to prime a Cisco 3702 for autonomous mode.  Following the Cisco guide it should be as easy as opening a browser and entering the IP address.  The problem is I can ping the access point but from the browser I get a connection refused.  Am I missing something?  As anyone run across this before?

Thanks for the help
nh6weAsked:
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Craig BeckCommented:
What version of autonomous code did you install on the AP?  What was the file name?
nh6weAuthor Commented:
I just pulled the access point out of the box.  I haven't loaded anything.  I am stuck on the "Preparing for Manual Priming" section.
Craig BeckCommented:
OK so you'll be connecting it to a controller, not using it in autonomous mode?
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nh6weAuthor Commented:
no, I will not be using a controller.  I am trying to set it up in autonomous mode.  This AP will be used as a wireless survey access point
Craig BeckCommented:
OK so which manual priming bit are you following??
nh6weAuthor Commented:
On page 10 of the "Cisco Aironet Universal AP Priming and Cisco AirProvision User Guide".  The section on "Preparing an Autonomous AP for Manual Priming.
I never get past step 2
Craig BeckCommented:
Ah ok.  So are you just looking to use the smartphone app to configure the AP?

When you've found the IP of the AP in DHCP you should open the AP in a browser...

http://<AP_IP>
(You may be able to use HTTPS too)

That should prompt you to enter a user/pass.  Just enter Cisco as the password (no username).
nh6weAuthor Commented:
no actually thats my problem.  I can ping the access point but I am unable to http to it.  When I try nothing happens.  I get an error saying connection refused.
Craig BeckCommented:
Can you telnet or SSH to it?

Do you have a proxy configured in your browser?
nh6weAuthor Commented:
Hey - thanks for the help, but  at this point I think I should open a TAC.

Thanks again
Craig BeckCommented:
In all honesty you'll only need a TAC if you need new code.  Hope you get it sorted though.

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