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RG-WALL 1600-Z-S Series Cloud-Managed Firewall Firmware(RG-WALL 1600-Z3200-S)
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Version Information

Version Number


Version Type

Official version

Applicable Product

RG-WALL 1600-Z3200-S

Applicable Customer


Release Type

Official release

Release Date


Baseline Version



Official release


Source of Demand


Log monitoring


l   Keyword filtering logs

l   Behavior analysis logs

Traffic monitoring


l   Interface-based traffic trend graph

l   Real-time traffic statistics

l   Display of session number limit

l   Configuration of new session number monitoring



l   Configuration of application types in application/application group mode

Content identification library


l   Configuration of keyword sets

Content template


l   HTTP/FTP protocol keyword filtering

Security defense


l   Uplink packet rate limiting

l   New session limiting

l   Configuration of session number limit policies

Behavior analysis


l   Configuration of behavior analysis policies

l   Configuration of analysis templates

l   Configuring user allowlists, app allowlists, and URL allowlists

UX Improvement Plan


l   Upload of security logs to the cloud

l   Upload of device logs to the cloud

l   Upload of search engine logs to the cloud



l   IKEv2



l   Configuration of monitored objects for high availability (HA)

l   Display of monitoring logs



l   Display of HA status data

l   Configuration of HA


The HA function is for testing only and is not recommended for commercial use.

Bug ID



When the MTU of the aggregate interface is changed, the MTU of the member interfaces is not changed accordingly.


The port MIB information obtained through SNMP is inconsistent with the information obtained by running commands on the device.


On the Object > Content Template > Web App Protection page, when an excluded rule is configured, if the URL contains double quotation marks, the configuration cannot be delivered.


When a traffic control template is configured on the interface of an expansion card and the expansion card is removed, the YAMS service is suspended after the device is powered off and then powered on again.


In NAT scenarios, when the IPv6 address configured for the server is the translated source address in the policy, a core dump occurs when a client initiates a ping operation.


When the single line length of the file imported for custom intelligence is too long, the threat intelligence page does not respond.


The device upgrade fails in some scenarios.


When a CSV file that includes information on more than 1,000 users is imported at a time, no error prompt is displayed.


When log information is forwarded to the syslog server, IP addresses are not translated through NAT.


When the web page is redirected to the portal authentication page, the page does not respond.


After the system time is modified on the device, no data is displayed on the traffic analysis page.


An any-to-any security policy is configured to permit any traffic. However, traffic still hits the default policy.


The device is deployed at intranet egress in transparent mode, and an attack initiated by an intranet IP address is detected. In this case, the source IP address of the attack session is added to the temporary blocklist, causing disconnection of the entire network.


Zone information of sub-interfaces is not synchronized between the device web UI and Ruijie Cloud.


User management policies do not take effect on SSL VPN users.


The IPsec service is configured, the tunnel interfaces on both ends are bound to PPPoE interfaces, and the DDNS domain names are configured as peer domain names. In this case, when the IP address of a PPPoE interface changes, the tunnel negotiation fails.


The device restarts unexpectedly due to a power switch failure.


In the device hardware self-test, if active and standby boot configurations are inconsistent, the test result is abnormal.


When some PCs at the customer site are authenticated through web-based authentication, the local portal authentication page cannot be loaded, and the authentication fails.


When the threat intelligence function is enabled on the web UI, the system prompts successful enabling. However, the function is still disabled.

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