Aironet 1100 Errors

I have two Aironet 1100s (channel 1 & channel 11) in a classroom. I've noticed a lot of Header CRC and CRC errors in the radio statistics. What causes these errors?

CRC errors and PLCP errors can occur due to Radio Frequency interference. The more radios a cell has (APs, Bridges or Clients), the more are the chances of the occurrence of these errors. A cell means a single channel (for example, channel 1) or a channel that overlaps the channel. Radio interfaces are half duplex. For more information on this read
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps5279/products_tech_note09186a0080508551.shtml#rfi

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    Interesting...I am experiencing the same problem, but when adding another laptop to the existing 5 Aironet 1100's. The existing laptops work fine, but when trying to add another node, I see the problem. I get the following error message in the error log as well as the activity screen;
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  • Aironet 1100 won't show IP Addr. w/ IPSU

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    Plan B: Get yourself a copy of tftpd from here:
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  • Aironet 1100 Default Username and Password not working

    I have a Cisco Aironet 1100 series access point (AP1120B) that after resetting to factory defaults the default username and password (Cisco and Cisco) aren't working in the web GUI.  I am able to telnet to the AP's IP and log in with Cisco and Cisco but don't know the ENABLE password. I have tried Cisco and cisco and everything else i could think of with no luck.  any help would be appreciated. 
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  • No IP address on Aironet 1100 AP

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  • Aironet 1100 as repeater: radio disabled!?!

    I followed the directions according to the configuration guide 12.3(8)JA but the repeater never connects to the root AP and I notice the radio is "disabled" after setting the AP in repeater mode and it will not let me enable it. Any ideas as to why I cannot get the two Aironet 1100 AP's to connect and why the radio would be "disabled"?
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  • Linux clients not associating with Aironet 1100

    Does anyone know if there is an issue with a Linux client associating with an Aironet 1100 using WEP? Windows clients are connecting fine, and the Linux client connects to Linksys branded APs with WEP no problem.
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  • Aironet 1100 AP (11.b) - am I stuck with WEP?

    Hi all,
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    Best regards,
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  • Aironet 1100 / 802.3af Power Over Ethernet (POE) Support

    I was under the impression that the Aironet 1100 supports 802.3af POE. I purchased a NetGear FS108P POE switch, however, when I plug in the 1100, it does not receive any power.
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  • Setting aironet 1100 to factory default

    I am trying to reset an aironet 1100 back to factory default. The only button on the bottom of the unit that I can see is one that says mode on it. Is their somewhere else where the factory default can be reset at. Thanks

    Hello,
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    Reset the AP—Cisco IOS Software
    Complete the steps in this section in order to reset Cisco IOS Software-based APs.
    Note: Cisco IOS Software-based APs have a default configuration that includes a username and password combination. Both the username and password are "Cisco", which is case-sensitive. After you reset to factory defaults, be prepared to give "Cisco" as both the username and password when you are prompted by either the GUI or the command-line interface (CLI).
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    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/wireless/ps430/products_password_recovery09186a00800949d0.shtml#resios
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  • Aironet 1100 RED-GREEN-RED lights on

    Hello,
    my Aironet 1100 has the red-green-red leds on, how can i replace the IOS, how can i access it, i'm having problems using Ethernet?
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    Just had the same thing happen. I hooked the AP up to a laptop via ethernet cable, held the Mode button while connecting the power to the AP, and used tftp to transfer the image back to the AP.

  • Aironet 1100 Radio disabled at power up

    Just setting up an Aironet 1100. Anytime I reboot (or if power is lost) it comes up with the "radio" disabled. I understand that this may be the default behavior before configuring but shouldn't it remember the settings so it reboots to the last state? I am sure it is not desired to have to reenable the radio on every AP after a power failure. What am I missing?
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    Top Assembly Serial Number: FTX1033V144
    System Software Filename: c1100-k9w7-tar.123-8.JEB1
    System Software Version: 12.3(8)JEB1
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  • Aironet 1100 with Static Address

    Hi All
    I have taken over some access points from a company which were providing our wireless service and have not yet received the IP scheme information.
    I need to get onto one of the Aironet 1100 access points to see what the config etc is.
    I will only be able to take it down for a few hours, how to I actually connect to it.
    I am pretty sure it is configured with a static IP address which I do not know so is there anyway of connecting to it without using the Reset to Default method obviously!
    I have tried IPSU and a hub but no good.
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    Thanks for the replies guys but it hasnt solved my problem.
    Looks like it's not a static address after all
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    2. Plugged the AP into a switch on our network and connected to the switch and did a show cdp neighbour, the access point does not show up, only other switches.
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  • Aironet 1100 Ping issues poor connectivity LAN

    I have setup an Aironet 1100 on our old office, and we never had any connectivity issues.
    A month ago we moved to a new location, some new equipment and i moved the Aironet to the new office.
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    Thanks
    Zeek

    1) Did you try rebooting the AP?
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    3) How is the switch port connecting the AP configured, trunk or access? If trunk how many VLANs are allowed?
    4) Check the CPU/Memory on the AP, how much is it?
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