Cisco Wireless :: WAP4410N / Cannot Access Configuration Utility Or Ping Default IP Address
Sep 29, 2010
We have 3 WAP4410N on our network. Our laptops pick them up but I cannot access the configuration Utility or ping the default IP address. If their IP addresses have been changed how do I find out what their current IP adds are? We currently use static IP addressing for our network.
I have a WAP4410N and I got the internet working nicely, but I can't access the web-based configuration utility. The manual says the address is 192.168.1.245, but Firefox (and other browsers) can't open it. I have tried pressing the reset button, but that did not solve the issue.
I recently bought and installed a WAP4410N access point (using PoE) and it's running stable. I was able to access the web-based configuration by using the IP address of the AP (something like 192.168.0.184, coming from the DHCP of my router). However, I'm unable to access the web-based configuration using the host name of the device (mentioned next to the device name in the basic setup section of the web-based configuration). I changed the host name several times, but I can't connect to the device using the host name. Accessing the device by its IP address works, but I have to check the logging of my router to find out which IP address I have to use. Is there a way to access the device using the host name?
(I think my WAP4410N has firmware version 126.96.36.199 installed)
Router: Cisco WRVS4400N secured with WPA2WAP: Cisco WAP4410N . Router was working well but signal too weak in distant rooms. So, purchased a WAP4410N but am unsure about AP configuration. From reading the docs, I understand these to be the relevant choices:
1) Access Point -- Wired connection through built-in Ethernet port. (Not Desired) 2) Wireless WDS Repeater 3) Wireless Client / Repeater (What is difference from WDS Repeater?) 4) Wireless WDS Bridge
Desired Result:Simply extend the network. As a laptop is carried from room to room, laptop should switch to the strongest signal seamlessly, without user doing anything manually. No matter where I am, laptop should see entire network. Also, I prefer that the WAP not require a wired Ethernet connection (that is, I would like the WAP to receive/repeat the router's wireless signal No Ethernet Cable Required).
1. Which of the above 4 settings is best for achieving desired outcome? 2. What should the SSID be on the WAP? Same as on the router? 3. Should both the router and WAP be on the same channel? (I suspect not, but included docs sound like they should be..?) 4. Should both the router and the WAP have the same wireless security setting (WPA2) and pass phrase? 5. On the router, under the Wireless menu --> WDS sub menu there is a check box: "Allow wireless signal to be repeated by a repeater". I assume this must be checked? 6. I understand that Microsoft's built-in Wireless Zero Configuration service does not disambiguate APs which share the same SSID and may not always roam with the strongest signal.*** We need to move from area to area and seamlessly retain the network signal. Is this still a problem in Windows7? Is there a workaround for XP's WZC deficiencies?
I need to confure 3 ESW-520, 2 24 ports and 1 48 ports, connected in etherlink on the same vlan. One of the 24 ports and the 48 ports works perfectly, the other 24 ports it working, i can use it as a flat switch, i can also access from the console, but i can't access from the http configuration utility. I upgrade the firmware, and set the vlan 1, the one i'm using as the only management, but i can't access ti the default ip 192.168.10.2. It's the switch broken or i'm making some error?
I would like to provide WiFi in a big house of 4 floors so I have installed 1 WAP4410N wired to the Internet router to act as access point and I have configured 3 others WAP4410N as WDS repeater of the first one.In the first one (the AP), I have checked the option "Allow Wireless Signal to be repeated by a repeater" then entered the 3 repeaters' MAC addresses as allowed devices to repeat the signal.
Is that configuration OK ? Is there any way to add another (a fourth) repeater to this configuration ? Because there is only 3 fields to specify allowed repeaters' MAC addresses in the AP.
configuration WAP4410n.I configure 1 wap4410n mode access point, is ok.I place 6 wap4410n in building as wireless repeater.I can not configure the right sequence.How do I set up 6 repeaters with access point ?
I have 4 pcs on my WAP. 3 are Win 7, one is Win XP. None of these PC's can see each other to create a Home group. After spending several hours with tech support with ESET (security s/w), we determined the following:
My WAP4410N is wired to my router. The router is IPv4. Apparently the WAP4410N has IPv6 capability by default and is using this to assign all my PC's.
I was not able to setup a Home group on my Windows7 computers as a result of this because they cannot see each other if they are all on the WAP. If I plug a computer directly into my router, I can get that PC seeing just one of the 2 on the WAP.
The ESET security expert advised me to change the settings of the WAP to IPv4 only. The WAP's IP address is showing up as default 192.168.1.245 on an IP scanner but we cannot connect to it on any computer. I've tried while being on the same WAP network and I've tried going through the router but neither can see this IP address.
Is there a recommended configuration for setting up a wap4410n as an ap?
The reason I ask is that I have an rvs4000 with a wap4410n as ap and a second wap4410n as wds repeater and it seem I have to reboot one or more of them every couple of days due to various users being unable to connect wirelessly or being able to connect wirelessly, but with no Internet access.
Starting with a reboot to facory default, the rvs4000 gave the wap4410n ap an address of 192.168.1.101 so I just left things like that. Similarly, the wap4410n wds repeater was given an address of 192.168.1.103, which I did not change.
Given there seems to be some kind of intermittent problem, would it be better to have the rvs4000 reserve an ip address for the two wap4410n? Note that I did try this, but after adding the two reserved ip addresses (192.168.1.101/103) and clicking on "save", the rvs4000 rebooted and came back up without the two reserved addresses...
i am using two Cisco AP 4410N series in my network .Wants to use MAC address Filtering but it supports only 20Nos of MAC to add in the AP. Is there any way like IOS upgrade the AP supports more MAC Address to add.
From the WAP4410N admin pages or console you can enable e-mail alerts. You have to set the essential TO address and mail server address. Where can I put the FROM address ? From what I can see it uses the hostname value as from address. The hostname in my case is ap02. Then you could try setting a mail address in the hostname field, but thats not allowed.
I'm trying to get a 2811 router with a NM-AIR-WLC6 Wireless Controller Module to work with an c1200 series access point. The LWAP is connected to a 2690 switch which has a trunk connected to the router. My configuration looks very similar to example 2 on this page: [URL] . The LWAP does get an IP from the DHCP pool on the router. I can also connect to the GUI of the controller from a PC on VLAN 250 (which also is connected to the switch).
The moment I join my Wireless network I get no IP and when I enter a valid static IP, I still can't ping the gateway. I also noticed that the controller could ping the gateway before I configured the interface. After configuring an interface with that gateway, the controller loses the ability to ping to it. I can't seem to figure out why. I've been working all week on getting this controller and LWAP to broadcast a fully working network.
I'm having a weird issue with a dozen WAP4410N we just bought : The MAC address assigned to them (i.e. the one printed on the products body) apparently changes for no reason (that I can understand anyway).
I noticed this because I assigned static leases to them through our isc-dhcpd, and couldnt connect to them via their supposed IP address. Looking at the log I could see that the MAC was slightly different from the printed one : A4:93:4C:B1:91:56 became A2:93:4C:B1:91:57,2C:54:2D:38:E5:AA became 2A:54:2D:38:E5:AB, etc.
If I reboot them either from the web interface or by doing a 'shut no shut' on the POE link, they sometimes revert to the original MAC address. Sometimes not, with yet another slight variation on the MAC address.
While not a real issue - I can still make their IP static and be done with it - I want to understand what is happening and why. All the WAP4410N are connected to either Catalysts 4506 or 2960, VLAN is enabled, Default VLAN ID is not default, VLAN Tag is set to 'Untagged' and VLAN Tag over WDS is set to 'Disabled'. All 4410N are running '188.8.131.52' firmware.
I am having trouble logging in on my wireless router and when i put "admin" (WITHOUT QUOTATIONS) on the password, the same prompt kept on coming for three times and after that the message says "401 Authorization Required" (WITHOUT QUOTATIONS). I don't get though, i installed the wireless router just after i change admin and my password into (******).
Region : UnitedStates Model : TL-WR702N Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP :
Just got my new TP-Link device and intend to use it in client mode for my new audio receiver to connect to my home network.Trying to configure the device, and I cannot even access the online utility. I tried using the following address:
None of these seem to work. Tried on Chrome, then Internet Explorer and made sure that the web browser was not set to proxy (it was not set to this in the first place). The address just doesn't seem to connect, and I get a "This page cannot be displayed" note, as if I'm reaching a bad address.
Region : Others Model : TL-WR740N Hardware Version : Not Clear
I seted up router and i coud acces the utility window, then i switced from w7x32 to w7x64 and then i try to acces the utility window i can only see.Username or Password is incorrect.Is the "Caps Lock" enabled on your keyboard? The username and password must be lowercase, please ensure that the "Caps Lock" LED is disabled on your keyboard and try again.Forgot your username or password? Please reset the device to the factory default settings if you have forgotten your username or password. The default username and password are both set as "admin". The settings will be restored to factory default after the resetting.
How to restore the device to the factory default settings?Firstly locate the reset button on the rear panel of the unit, whilst the device is powered on press and hold the reset button for more than 5 seconds, the device will then reboot and restore itself to the factory default settings.no pop up window appears i tried looking this up and the closest thing i found was to un-check the proxy but its not checked so what should i do to be able to access utility window?
we recently got a new router and added it to our network... works fine the problem now is that i'm trying to add some other ip addresses to access wireless internet (for security reasons the wirless internet is available only to one set of ip addresses) but now that i try to access the router config to get that ip address in i cant access the router config. i try multiple addresses but still nothing. i try to find the ip using cmd but it just gives me tunnel 000000000
I'm trying to access the browser based utility (@ http://192.168.1.1) on my router and having no luck. I've tried from two different computers (each Win 7) and each browser. I've tried wired directly to the blue/LAN ports and through Wifi. I've confimred that the IP is correct (or is at least the default gateway for each machine). The Cisco Connect tool can't find the router either.the only thing that can find the router is the CiscoConnect Express app on my iPhone.Internet is working fineish (some problems with Wifi), I just want to play with some settings.
I've got a new 5508 wireless lan controller and can ping the ip address of the management interface, but can't access the GUI at the management interface's ip address. I can access the GUI on the service-port interface. No static routes in the controller; trunk appears to be set up correctly.
My controller is vWLC installed in ESXi which has to vNet Cards configured with all vlans(4095), then it is connected to a 3560 switch with trunk. The configuration of the switch interface is as belows: The SSID is BYOD and I can connect the SSID and get the IP address such as 10.10.10.118/24, but for now, i cannot ping 10.10.10.1, but i can ping 10.10.10.90.
Setting up a home network for someone who does not know any of the settings for the router, "someone" set it up for her. A laptop running Vista was accessing the network, a cable modem is used.I added a Windows-7 desktop, no problem. Connected an HP printer to desktop, no problem. Tried to connect HP printer which has a wireless function to wireless network, no-go, cannot find the security key to configure the printer.Tried to access the router with 192.168.0.1, admin screen shows, user does not know anything about password, tried default username, Admin with blank password, no-go.Reset router,
i'm having problem to ping succesfully default gateway on Router1 from Router2. Basically i can: - ping from R1 the serial interface on R2 and default gateway on R2 - telnet from R1 to R2 - ping from R2 to serial link on R1, BUT I CANNOT ping default gateway from R2 to R1 Below is the photo showing topology and running configuration on both routers
I have bought EA4500 router recently in preparations for the Singapore fibre broadband upgrade.
But for the time being I'm using it to connect to my current Linksys WAG200G ADSL Wireless Gateway.
Here's the issue I'm currently facing. I have set my EA4500 router default IP address to 192.168.1.10 to aviod conflicts with my gateway which is using 192.168.1.1. But everytime when I connect my router to the gateway, the router's default IP address changes to 10.179.159.126 or some other random IP address by itself whenever I try to change to back. However, I'm still able to surf the internet and stuffs with that current settings.
Is there something that I could do to prevent the IP address from changing by itself? And will the same thing happen again when I upgrade to fibre broadband?
I currently have 1 AP connected to the router via copper. The AP to AP link is over 802.11. I have attached a diagram reflecting the current topology.
The AP-to-AP link will come up utilizing B/G/N mixed mode; however, the connection is basically unusable. About 30% of the traffic is dropped, while the packets that do make it have a consistently volatile latency, anywhere from 15 to 1500 ms. I have had success using G-only and B/G mixed. The link is stable (I have had the best results with B/G). The problem is, I didn't buy the 2nd 4410N to run the G protocol. I would like to connect the APs running either B/G/N (hopefully negotiating to N) or N only. I am wondering if there is a certain configuration I can utilize (perhaps using WDS repeater or bridge versus Wireless Client/Repeater?), or a firmware upgrade set for release that can make this happen for me.
I have a VM server, whose IP is in customer VLAN600 ( 184.108.40.206/24 ) and Peer end is switch then Firewall.Switch is configured with same VLAN600 and learning mac-address of Server on VLAN 600, Firewall is also having VLAN600 and IP is 220.127.116.11/24.Server is not able to Ping/reach Firewall and vice versa.
I've had some long standing issues that I've tried various things to fix. I have two WAP4410N access points set up at a smaller sister company. Wireless clients (laptops) are not receiving DHCP assigned IP addresses. If I type in an IP manually, it works fine.The sister company has a point to point T-1 connection to our main building. Our main building has the DHCP server. The router on the sister company end is configured as the DHCP relay.
I've upgraded the firmware three different times in the past to hopefully resolve the issue, but no luck. Just today, on one of the WAP4410N's, I upgraded to the 18.104.22.168 firmware (backing up config, reset to factory default, upgraded firmware, reset factory default again, restored config). After the first reset to factory defaults, the Access Point itself picked up a DHCP address from the server, and I verified this in the DHCP console on the server, so I know that the DHCP relay is working. However, my laptop would not get a DHCP address when connecting wirelessly through that access point. It is a Windows 7 Enterprise laptop. I also could not get a DHCP IP with my iPhone connecting to wireless, to rule out specific issues with just a laptop.I have the DHCP lease times for the subnet that these WAP4410Ns are on set to 2 hours.
To put a cherry on top, there is one laptop that stays in a lab area at all times, connecting wirelessly, and it DOES get a DHCP IP address (I can see in the DHCP console that the lease for this laptop continually renews as needed). I do remember on initial config when I couldn't get it to work, that I did a manual set up, gained connection, then switched it to DHCP...but that doesn't work for any other laptop.Why would the access points get DHCP address, but not anything connecting to the Access Points?