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Ruijie RG-WS6024 Wireless Controller RGOS11.9(0)B7 Firmware

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RG-WLAN Series WirelessController RGOS Release Notes, 11.9(0)B7



Release Date: Sep. 27, 2018






This document includes the followingsections:

n  BasicInformation

n  HardwareSupported

n  New Features

n  Resolved Issues

n  UpgradePackages

n  Upgrade/DowngradeTips

Basic Information

Table 1 lists the basic information of thecurrent release.

Table 1 Basic Information of the CurrentRelease

Current Release


Previous Release


Applicable Product

c series : WS6108, WS6008

d series: WS6816

e series: M8600E-WS-ED, M18000-WS-ED

f series: WS6024

g series: M6000-WS


Official release


Use the show version command todisplay information about the software version.

Ruijie#showversion detail

Systemdescription      : Ruijie Gigabit WirelessSwitch(WS6008) By Ruijie Networks.

Systemstart time       : 2018-08-31 00:06:11

Systemuptime           : 0:00:08:47

Systemhardware version : 1.00

Systemsoftware version : AC_RGOS 11.9(0)B7, Release(05203023)

Systempatch number     : NA

Systemsoftware number  : M23224908302018

Systemserial number    : 1234942570020

Systemboot version     : 1.2.11.c6f82bf(160830)

Systemcore version     : 2.6.32.a7bf074ef5c97b

System cpupartition    : 1-3


 Slot 0 : WS6008

   Hardware version    : 1.00

   Boot version        : 1.2.11.c6f82bf(160830)

   Software version    : AC_RGOS 11.9(0)B7, Release(05203023)

   Software number     : M23224908302018

   Serial number       : 1234942570020

Release Number Description

Software number M20015609252015 indicates20:01:56 on September 25, 2015.

*    1) Release number is formatted as AABBCCDD. 2) AA indicates year. 01stands for 2014, 02 for 2015 and so on. 3) BB indicates month. 13 stands forJanuary, 14 for February and so on. 4) CC indicates date. 5) DD indicates timein 24-hour format, e.g., 16 stands for 4pm.

Take release number 02212520 for example.It indicates 8pm on September 25, 2015.

Hardware Supported

Table 2 shows the hardware supported bythe RGOS11.9(0)B7.

Table 2 Supporting Hardware Models

Hardware Model




1.1x, 1.2x, 1.5x, 2.0x

8 1000BASE-T ports, 2 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-X ports (combo)


1.0x, 1.1x

8 1000BASE-T ports, 2 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-X ports (combo)


1.0x, 1.1x

8 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-X ports (combo), 4 1G/10GBASE-X SFP+ ports, Expansion to 16 1000BASE-T/1000BASE-X ports (combo) or 8 1G/10GBASE-X SFP+ ports


1.0x, 1.1x, 2.0x

WS Series Wireless Controller Module for RG-S8605E/S8607E/S8610E Switch, 128 APs License by default, Up to 2,560 Indoor APs or 4,000 Wall APs License


1.0x, 1.1x, 2.0x

WS Series Wireless Controller Module for RG-N18000 Switch, 128 APs License by default, Up to 2,560 Indoor APs or 4,000 Wall APs License


1.2x, 1.3x

WS Series Wireless Controller, 24 10/100/1000BASE-T ports, 2 SFP ports (combo), One SFP+ port


1.0x, 1.1x

WS Series Wireless Controller Module for RG-WS6024


*     The hardware version number is rounded to thefirst decimal place. The numeral in the second decimal place does not changethe supporting release.

New Features

Globally Configuring Country Codes


In global configuration mode, up to 102 country codes can be configured.

CLI command

country-code xx

Increasing the Capacity of WS6812


The maximum number of APs managed by each WS6812 is increased from 1,600 to 2,176.

CLI command


Increasing the Capacity of WS6816


The maximum number of APs managed by each WS6816 is increased from 2,560 to 3,200.

CLI command


Resolved Issues

This section describes the fixed bugs.


Bug Description


The priority of kernel thread of DLDP was too high, so other threads could not be scheduled.


Removal of an MSTP instance led to shutdown of its corresponding SVI interface. And the SVI interface failed to recover automatically.


In a VAC scenario where a large number of APs got online and plenty of STAs roamed at the same time, the STA’s MAC addresses could not be learned properly and possible intra-AC forwarding errors happened.


Multi-CPU ACs were likely to fail in a VAC scenario where they learned a large amount of MAC addresses and APs got online and offline frequently.


Upgrade Packages

Table 5.1 WS6008/WS6108

Applicable Product


File Size


WS6008 v1.1x, v1.2x, v1.5x, v2.0x

WS6108 v1.0x, v1.1x


90,419,065 bytes


Table 5.2 WS6816

Applicable Product


File Size


WS6816 v1.0x, v1.1x


92,906,360 bytes


Table 5.3 M8600E-WS-ED / M18000-WS-ED

Applicable Product


File Size


M8600E-WS-ED v1.0x, v1.1x, v2.0x

M18000-WS-ED v1.0x, v1.1x, v2.0x


96,202,201 bytes


Table 5.4 WS6024

Applicable Product


File Size


WS6024 1.2x, v1.3x


105,635,806 bytes


Table 5.5 M6000-WS

Applicable Product


File Size


M6000-WS v1.0x, v1.1x


69,353,920 bytes



The following are some tips for upgradingthe RG-WLAN Series Wireless Controller RGOS 11.9(0)B7:

n Use the show version command to check thecurrent firmware before upgrade/downgrade. Select proper upgrade/downgrade modeaccording to the current firmware and the target firmware.

n During the upgrade and downgrade, pay attentionto the prompt messages. If failures occur, please save the log and contact usfor technical assistance.

n During the upgrade and downgrade, it isrecommended you not power off or reset the system, or plug/unplug any module.

n  Usethe show version command to check the firmware after the upgrade/downgrade.


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