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Ruijie RG-SAP885-SP Wireless Access Point Firmware
Type
Version No.
AP_RGOS11.9(6)W3B4
2023-09-18
File Size
27.2MB
Revision History
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Release Note

Release Date: November 24, 2023

1 Feature Description

1.1 New Features

Feature

Source of Demand

Description

Wi-Fi 6E

Internal

Added features of the Wi-Fi 6E protocol, including the 6 GHz frequency band, Multi-BSSID, and RNR.

New commands:

multi-bssid enable

rnr enable

ap-announcement-mode [ fils | uprs ]

Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)

Internal

The dfs adjustment enable command is converted to an official command for enabling frequency hopping.

New command:

dfs adjustment enable

 

1.2   Changed Features

Feature

Source of Demand

Description

RF-Ping

Internal

Air interface link detection

New commands:

rf-ping enable

rf-ping H.H.H [ data-rate data-rate ]

rf-ping update

WPA3

Internal

Added encryption modes of WPA3-Personl: Hash-to-Element (H2E) only and both Hash-to-Element and Hunting and Pecking support (H2E/HnP)

New command:

security wpa3 personal pwe { hnp | h2e [ both }

Data plane

Internal

By default, the AP does not allow MDNS and SSDP packets to pass through. When the data-plane close-mdns-filter and data-plane close-ssdp-filter commands are configured, MDNS and SSDP packets are allowed.

2 Resolved Issues

Bug ID

Description

First Release

BUG-1077856

After the AP enters the quiet mode on the DFS channel, clients fail to be connected to Radio 3.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W3B1, Release(10220907)

BUG-1077887

By default, the AP does not allow MDNS and SSDP packets to pass through. When the data-plane close-mdns-filter and data-plane close-ssdp-filter commands are configured, MDNS and SSDP packets are allowed.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W3B1, Release(10220907)

BUG-1077895

When a cloud AP is connected to Ruijie Cloud, a PPSK authentication failure occurs.

AP_RGOS 11.9(0)B0, Release(10212418)

BUG-1078040

When the number of scanned channels is greater than 1 in air interface scan (AIS) monitor mode, data loss may occur during scanning.

AP_RGOS 11.9(0)B0, Release(10200907)

BUG-1079004

When the AP is running, packet loss occurs on clients.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W4S1, Release(10193106)

BUG-1083794

The dfs adjustment enable command is converted to an official command.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W3B1, Release(10230813)

BUG-1083812

The comments of the historical-radar-channels command displayed by the show dfs command are revised to be consistent with that of the historical-radar-channels command displayed by the clear dfs command.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W3B14, Release(10223017)

BUG-1083820

A frequency hopping error occurs when the channel width is set to 160 MHz. The frequency does not change after radar signals are detected.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W3B13, Release(10211817)

BUG-1084359

When the show wids detected all command is run on the RG-AP880-L AP, the information about signals on channel 36 is not displayed.

AP_RGOS 11.9(6)W3B4, Release(10231519)

 

 

3 Open Issues

N/A

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