11-29-2017 08:17 AM
11-29-2017 11:17 AM
First of all, unplug your UAP and leave it there.
Check your DHCP server (router, firewall, etc.). If there is any fixed lease to that IP, remove it if not necessary.
If there is any dynamic lease to that IP, try to release it or just restart your DHCP (turn it off, wait 10 seconds, turn it back on).
Plug your UAP back online. If necessary, reset it again.
Check if there is any IP conflict again. If not, try to adopt.
If yes (and is related with the UAP), fix a IP address to the UAP mac address and restart your UAP.
Try to adopt again.
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11-30-2017 04:44 AM