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Mar 20, 2013

Our brand new WAP321 is configured manually because the setup wizard would not complete, just hangs at the end.
Anyway, when a client connects to the AP, it cannot get an IP address.  It is able to connect to the AP but does not pickup an IP from our internal DHCP server. I've been up and down tthe config screens and even tried hard resetting the AP and starting from scratch to no avail. This happens with 2.4Ghz and 5 Ghz modes.
I've tried laptops and smartphones with the same result.

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