First - when you have connected your PC to the AP directly (or through the PoE switch), can you ping the default IP (192.168.0.1)?
Also -if you are powering the AP via PoE you can also try connecting the the second port on the AP and see if it responds to the default IP.
Until you can ping the AP it will be hard to continue - but you can verify the LED's status - to see if the AP appears to have booted. This varies based on version but the Power/status LED should be green or flashing green (indicating it is trying to get an IP via DHCP)
You could also connect the AP to a network that has DHCP services and see if the AP gets and IP, verified from the DHCP server lease table.
The best way to initially connect to an AP is using SSH/CLI - some versions may have HTTPS/HTTP disabled.
If you can connect to the AP via SSH/CLI - check the version of code running:
It sounds like the AP may be running unleashed code which has a wizzard when factory defaulted. If the AP is running unleashed 200.x code then the SSH/CLI login will first take you to the controller based CLI - check the Unleashed guide on how to configure as an Unleashed master or check our KBA documents for how to convert an Unleashed AP to standalone firmware.
Converting Ruckus Unleashed AP to Standalone AP
This article explains how to convert an Unleashed AP to ZoneFlex Standalone mode AP.
I hope this information is helpful.
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