|Ok first ill start by explaining the setup.|
Modem connects to Cisco ASA 5505. The Cisco ASA 5505 connects to two switches, (one is a 24 port, the other is a 16 port). The two switches then connect to the server, NIC1 and NIC2. The access points are currently connected to the 24port switch. Ive created two scopes on the server for DHCP, 10.1.0.1 gateway for AP's, and a 192.168.0.1 for wired computers.
Now the problems:
1) I dont have the updated ASDM launcher to access the Cisco ASA5505 so it's a pain to do anything. (I really need to open ports badly)
2) The 16 port switch; anything connected to it does not have internet. I can't seem to access it through its default ip. I have no access to it, and i dont even know where to begin.
3) The AP's should be connected to the 16 port switch, but when they are, they dont give out IP's. When i switch the 3 AP's to the 24port switch, they work fine, but now i can't access any of them through their 10.1.1.10, 10.1.1.20, and 10.1.1.30 IP's. ALSO, i hit the reset button on the .10 AP and now i can't access it through it's default port on either switch, but the wireless still works when connected to the 24 port switch.
Now the hardware:
Windows 2003 Server R2 (Server)
Cisco ASA 5505 (Router/Firewall)
D-Link DES-1228 (24 port switch)
Netgear FS116 (16 port switch)
(3) Netgear WPN802 v2 (Acess Points)
Help is greatly appreciated!