have you tried to factory default the device, are you able to tell if it’s pulled dhcp so it can get ip and gateway to get out? Is the ms220 communicating to the cloud?
I have not tried to factory reset the device yet, but it is pulling DHCP and gateway. The MS220 & MX64 are communicating with the cloud fine.
@smccloud. Have you already tried to reboot it by disconnecting and reconnecting to see if it can initiate connection to Meraki Cloud again? If so and that did not work try factory default.
If the button is pressed and held for at least ﬁve seconds and then released, the MR33 will reboot and be restored to its original factory settings by deleting all conﬁguration information stored on the unit.
If all else fails call Meraki support (415)-937-6671 as you may have a faulty device.
Please let me know the results im interested to see if the default works. Ive had APs do this a few times but factory default always seemed to fix the problem.
I will try the cable unplug when I get home and if that doesn't work I will do the reset after supper (yes, this gear is at home).
I just want to make sure its good, because it will probably be going to my parents house due to the lack of hairpin NAT on the MX64.
Is the MR33 sitting behind a firewall? Either something is restricting the traffic, DNS is failing, or their is a basic IP configuration issue.
Its behind a MX64.
DNS, DHCP & ARP all show as OK. It has a reserved DHCP IP. VLAN is not set and there are two VLANs going to the AP, but all wireless networks are working fine. It seems weird that it is acting like this when it is configured the same way the two at work are configured (and they are working fine).
And after doing a reboot by pulling the network plug as well as a factory reset it still isn't pulling a config 😞
Sometimes they get stuck in a firmware upgraded loop. It is not very obvious when this happens (except they use a lot of bandwidth 24x7). Perhaps whatever loop it got itself into it has now managed to sort out.