|In your initial post you mention connecting to the management interface of the AP using the following IP address: 192.168.1.1|
The output of your ipconfig /all commad shows the following IP address: 192.168.200.1 as your default gateway IP address.
The default gateway IP should be the LAN IP of your router. All other devices connected to that router should have IP's in the 192.168.200.0/24 range in order to communicate properly with the rest of the devices on the network.
You don't mention if you changed the AP's IP address to one in your subnet. If you didn't, that's definitely going to be a problem since they won't be able to communicate with anything else....or anything else with them.
If you did change the IP of the AP's to something in your subnet (ie: 192.168.200.0/24) then you'll have to enter that IP address in the web browser of your computer in order to connect to the AP's management interface.
If you didn't give them an IP then you're going to have to reconfigure them. I'd recommend you start by first connecting to your router and verifying your DHCP scope as you'll want to use IP's that are not in the DHCP Scope. A typical default DHCP scope on a SOHO Router is usually .100 t0 .199 In the case of your subnet it would look as follows:
192.168.200.100 to 192.168.200.199
Once you know your scope, pick two IP's to use to statically assign to your AP's. In keeping with your subnet and the above example scope I would use the following:
AP1 = 192.168.200.21
AP2 = 192.168.200.22
Then, connect directly to your AP's (one at a time) and if necessary, reset them to the factory defaults and reconfigure the TCP/IP settings to reflect the correct IP (192.168.200.21 or .22) and the correct subnet mask (255.255.255.0) and default gateway (192.168.200.1)
Once they are correctly configured you can then plug them in to the network and they should work.
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