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Ruijie RG-N18000 Series Switch RGOS11.0(4)B8P3 Firmware

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RG-S8600E Series Switch RGOS Release Notes,11.0(4)B4P3 V2.2

 

 

 

 

 

RG-N18000 Series SwitchRGOS Release Notes,

11.0(4)B8P3

 

 


Release Date: Sep. 30, 2018

 

 

 

 



Contents

This document includes the followingsections:

n Basic Information

n HardwareSupported

n Resolved Issues

n Changed Features

n RelatedDocumentation

n Upgrade Files

n Upgrade Tips

Basic Information

Table 1 lists the basic information of thecurrent release.

Table 1 Basic Information of the CurrentRelease

Current Release

N18000_RGOS11.0(4)B8P3

Previous Release

N18000_RGOS11.0(4)B8

Applicable Product

RG-N18010, RG-N18014, RG-N18007

Category

Official release

 

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

Ruijie#showversion

Systemdescription      : Ruijie High-density IPv6 100G CoreRouting Switch(N18010) By Ruijie Networks

Systemstart time       : 2018-06-19 08:01:17

Systemuptime           : 0:00:02:48

Systemhardware version : 1.04

Systemsoftware version : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

Systempatch number     : NA

Systemserial number    : G1J91HE000539

Systemboot version     : 1.2.25

Moduleinformation:

 Slot 1/M1 : M18010-CM

   Hardware version    : 1.04

   Boot version        : 1.2.25

   Software version    : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

   Serial number       : G1J91HE000539

 Slot 1/1 : M18000-12QXS-DC

   Hardware version    : 1.01

   Boot version        : 1.2.14

   Software version    : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

   Serial number       : G1L20CH000071

 Slot 1/FE1 : M18010-FE-D I

   Hardware version    : 1.00

   Boot version        : 1.2.14

   Software version    : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

   Serial number       : 1234942570009

Ruijie#showversion detail

Systemdescription      : Ruijie High-density IPv6 100G CoreRouting Switch(N18010) By Ruijie Networks

Systemstart time       : 2018-06-19 08:01:16

Systemuptime           : 0:00:02:55

Systemhardware version : 1.04

Systemsoftware version : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

Systempatch number     : NA

Systemsoftware number  : M17170904282018

Systemserial number    : G1J91HE000539

Systemboot version     : 1.2.25.257cdeb(161209)

Systemcore version     : 2.6.32.86b5883b880565

System cpupartition    : 2-3

Moduleinformation:

 Slot 1/M1 : M18010-CM

   Hardware version    : 1.04

   Boot version        : 1.2.25.257cdeb(161209)

   Software version    : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

   Software number     : M17170904282018

   Serial number       : G1J91HE000539

 Slot 1/1 : M18000-12QXS-DC

   Hardware version    : 1.01

   Boot version        : 1.2.14.7276bc7(150731)

   Software version    : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

   Software number     : M18015504282018

   Serial number       : G1L20CH000071

 Slot 1/FE1 : M18010-FE-D I

   Hardware version    : 1.00

   Boot version        : 1.2.14.7276bc7(150731)

   Software version    : N18000_RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3

   Software number     : M18015504282018

   Serial number       : 1234942570009

Hardware Supported

Table 2 shows the hardware supported bythe RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3.

Table 2 Supporting Hardware Models

Hardware Model

Version

Description

RG-N18010

1.0x, 1.2x

Chassis

RG-N18014

1.0x, 1.2x

Chassis

RG-N18007

1.2x

Chassis

M18010-CM

1.0x, 1.1x

Supervisor module

M18014-CM

1.0x, 1.1x

Supervisor module

M18007-CM

1.1x

Supervisor module

M18010-CM II

1.0x

Supervisor module

M18014-CM II

1.0x

Supervisor module

M18007-CM II

1.0x

Supervisor module

M18007-CM II LITE

1.0x

Supervisor module

M18010-FE-D I

1.0x, 1.2x, 1.3x

Switch fabric module

M18010-FE-D III

1.0x

Switch fabric module

M18014-FE-D I

1.0x

Switch fabric module

M18014-FE-D III

1.0x

Switch fabric module

M18000-24GT20SFP4XS-ED

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-48GT-ED

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-48GT-P-ED

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-44SFP4XS-ED

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-08XS-ED

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-48XS-DB

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-12QXS-DB

1.0x, 1.3x

Line card

M18000-24XS4QXS-DB

1.0x

Line card

M18000-24QXS-DB

1.0x

Line card

M18000-16XS2QXS-ED

1.0x

Line card

M18000-WS-ED

1.0x

Line card

RG-WALL 1600-B-ED

1.0x, 1.1x

Line card

M18000-44SFP4XS-EF

1.0x

Line card

M18000-08XS-EF

1.0x

Line card

M18000-48GT-EF

1.0x

Line card

M18000-48XS-DC

1.0x

Line card

M18000-12QXS-DC

1.0x

Line card

M18000-24XS4QXS-DC

1.0x

Line card

M18000-12CQ-EH

1.0x

Line card

 

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

*     For detail, see RG-N18000 Series SwitchHardware Installation and Reference Guide V1.20.

Resolved Issues

This section describes the fixed bugs.

Table 3 Fixed Bugs on 11.0(4)B8P3

No.

Bug Description

1

Availability of parity-checking functionality has been improved.

 

Table 4 Fixed Bugs on 11.0(4)B8

No.

Bug Description

1

During remote authentication of addition and deletion of 90,000 STAs in the burning test and restart of the SCC client every 30s, there is a low probability that re-authentication of the SCC client fails. Other SCC clients all have this potential problem.

2

After you access the login page of the TTY software V3.3.4 and click Delete, the client is suspended.

3

With 802.1X enabled, memory leakage occurs, resulting in reset of the whole device.

4

[One VSD by default] Each VSU chassis has one supervisor module and one firewall card. In transparent diversion mode, the ping response packet is not sent to the associated AP. As a result, the link is unreachable.

5

When it is simulated that 32,000 dual-stack STAs obtain the ARP/ND addresses in batches, DAD/OSPFv3 link flapping occurs.

6

When a WS card is inserted in hot swap mode after an 8XS-ED card is inserted, an error message is displayed, indicating DS timeout of the AP and PBR modules.

7

When a card of a later version exists in an environment and a card of an earlier version is inserted, other line cards and non-master supervisor module in the environment cannot be started up due to the version difference and the ports are down.

8

During an active/standby switchover in VSU mode, the PoE line card cannot supply power to PD devices.

9

When the switch is powered off and started in cold startup mode, the PoE scheduled power-off function becomes invalid.

10

When power supplied by the PoE card exceeds the rated power and several enabled ports are disabled, the voltage of a low-priority port is 0 V upon power-on.

11

[VSU] [Zero configuration DAD] When a layer-2 loop occurs in a downlink device of the switch, the switch sends ICMP packets to the VLAN with the loop. As a result, the CPU of the line card receives a large number of packets and the TIPC connection is interrupted.

12

[VSU][Heartbeat detection enabled on the firewall] When the FE fabric module in the active or standby chassis is reset, there is a probability that heartbeat messages of the firewall card in the standby chassis time out.

13

[Specific to 11.0(4)B11] The backplane HG port cannot be linked up when the FE-D and EB cards are inserted into the S8610E or when 08XS-EF and EH cards are inserted into slot 4 and slot 5 of the N18007 chassis.

14

In VSU mode, after the L2GRE, BGP, OSPF, and EVPN are deployed to establish three data centers at two sites and an active/standby switchover is performed, packets fail to be forwarded.

Cooperative operation: The VSU is restarted.

15

When a WS card is inserted in hot swap mode after an 8XS-ED card is inserted, an error message is displayed, indicating DS timeout of the AP and PBR modules.

Cooperative operation:  When the line card becomes up after DS timeout, remove and insert the line card again.

16

During a VSU switchover, login to the control console fails.

17

The line card of the switch restarts repeatedly. As a result, the switch becomes unavailable.

18

Two switches form a VSU. The standby switch establishes 400 BGP + BFD neighbor relationships with the test instrument and imports 64,000 routes. When the standby switch is reset and started in hot startup mode, the line card port on the standby switch cannot be linked up and DS timeout is displayed. The LACP member port on the active switch flaps.

19

When a module inserted into the line card port cannot be identified, no warning information is displayed.

20

When ports on the GE module and the peer auxiliary test device are in the UP state, "XX speed exceeded the max supported module speed" is not displayed after speed 10g is run.

21

In OSPF-based VSU scenarios, the packet loss convergence time for active/standby switchovers reaches 500 ms, which exceeds the threshold 50 ms.

22

When broadcast storm control is configured on a physical port and broadcast packets are sent for verification, the level and pps modes do not take effect.

23

After shut-no shut—exit is executed over the management port, the management port cannot be up.

24

When the system is abnormal and a line card is removed and inserted again, an active/standby switchover is performed upon startup of the line card. During the switchover, several line card ports fail to forward packets.

25

During an active/standby switchover, the maximum interruption time of a layer-3 aggregation port is about 30s.       

26

When a loop occurs and the RG-S8600E is started with zero configuration, the VLAN-based RLDP loop isolation does not take effect.

27

When the line card where the aggregation port resides is removed and inserted, or the shut/noshut operation is performed on the aggregation port, some L2 well-known unicast packets sent to the aggregation port are lost.

28

When multiple link ports are configured for the RG-S8600E NLB cluster, an error of the last port is displayed.

29

The BGP packet statistics cannot be viewed from the show cpu-protect command output. Currently, the TTL is set to 1 for CPP matching. However, the TTL is not set to 1 in some BGP packets. Therefore, the number of BGP packets counted by CPP is incorrect.

30

In the sFlow outbound direction, unknown unicast, multicast, and broadcast packets cannot be sampled.

31

The EB card cannot decapsulate IPv6 tunnel packets. As a result, the IPv6 tunnel function is unavailable.

32

When the I2C access times out due to a CPU fault, the line card temperature occasionally fails to be read.

33

In VSU mode, when an active/standby switchover is performed, the fan mode command is lost.

34

The 10G SFP port of the DC card is connected to the peer end using a 5M copper cable. After speed 1000/no speed is executed on the local end, the port cannot be linked up.

 

Table 5 Fixed Bugs on 11.0(4)B4

No.

Bug Description

1

If an interface was configured for L2 and L3 multicast forwarding, and there was at least another one interface with a smaller number configured for L3 multicast forwarding, L2 multicast forwarding of the first interface could be normal while its L3 multicast forwarding would be abnormal.

2

Packets could not be sent if the prefix and the next-hop of the target network were in the same VRF.

3

After the system started, if the master device reset or was unplugged, the standby device also reset due to the system’s uncompleted batch hot backup. As a result, the whole system reset.

4

Inter-device unicast forwarding could fail.

5

The message indicating 100% CPU usage was displayed on the switch, when more than 200 LACP member ports were connected to servers and the servers were powered off in batch.

6

When seamless authentication was enabled, IP addresses of 255.255.255.255 and 0.0.0.0 were likely to be displayed on SAM.

7

The thread of SSC INTF suspended.

8

In a VSU scenario, after active/standby switchover, the configurations of the Null 0 port were lost.

9

If PBR, default route in global, and default route in VRF were configured, forwarding errors occurred in default global routing.

10

In a VSU scenario, a non-active device was disconnected from the active device, but it was possible that no notification was sent to the non-active device. Therefore, after a connection was re-established between these two devices, some configurations were not applied to the non-active device. Thus, the port was down.

11

In a VSU scenario where the active device was not pre-installed with configurations for standby devices, when a standby device joined the VSU system, its port could not be up.

12

When the debug all command was run on the active device, after the active device was restarted, there would be dual-active devices in the VSU system. Besides, on the original active device, all the status indicators for line cards began blinking and the CLI could not be entered.

13

More memory was consumed by the process of rg-sysmon as the show memory history command was continuously run or when a testing software was used for constant querying of memory information.

 

*     For detail, see Bug Notice.

Changed Features

This section describes the new features inboth hardware and software.

RGOS 11.0(4)B8

Table 6 HardwareChange on RGOS 11.0(4)B8

Hardware Model

Version Number

Description

M18000-48XS-DC

1.0x

Line card is supported.

M18000-12QXS-DC

1.0x

Line card is supported.

M18000-24XS4QXS-DC

1.0x

Line card is supported.

M18000-12CQ-EH

1.0x

Line card is supported.

Table 7 SoftwareChange on RGOS 11.0(4)B8

Module

Bridge module

Function Change

New function: MAC-based VLAN, Voice VLAN

CLI Change

Refer to the Configuration Guide and the Command Reference for details.

Web Change

N/A

MIB Change

N/A

RGOS 11.0(4)B4

Table 8 HardwareChange on RGOS 11.0(4)B4

Hardware Model

Version Number

Description

M18007-CM

1.1x

Supervisor module is supported.

M18000-16XS2QXS-ED

1.0x

Line card is supported.

Related Documentation

n RG-N18000 Series Switch Hardware Installationand Reference Guide 1.20
This manual introduces the functional and physical features of the N18000series switch and provides the device installation steps, hardwaretroubleshooting, module technical specifications, and specifications and usageguidelines for cables and connectors. 

n RG-N18000 Series Switch RGOS ConfigurationGuide, Release 11.0(4)B8P3
This manual describes the various network protocols and their implementationprinciples for the RG-N18000 series with the detailed configuration examples.

n RG-N18000 Series Switch RGOS Command Reference,Release 11.0(4)B8P3
This manual describes the configuration commands related to the various networkprotocols supported on the RG-N18000 series switch RGOS11.0(4)B8P3 version indetail, including the command mode, parameter description, usage guide, andconfiguration examples.

 

*     You can obtain the related documents at: http://www.ruijienetworks.com/.

Upgrade Files

Table 9 LatestUpgrade Firmware

Applicable Model

Upgrade Firmware

File Size

MD5

M18010-CM

M18014-CM

M18007-CM

N18000_RGOS11.0(4)B8P3_CM_install.bin

277,818,169 bytes

d8d792b6053e613aa4f11d03e3ae8a7a

M18010-CMII

M18014-CMII

M18007-CMII

M18007-CMII-LITE

N18000_RGOS11.0(4)B8P3_CMII_install.bin

269,878,876 bytes

d83e3410da6dbea55121fd3dc1d0e0a1

Upgrade Tips

The following are some tips for upgradingthe RG-N18000 Series Switch RGOS 11.0(4)B8P3:

n  Duringthe upgrade and downgrade, pay attention to the prompt messages. If failuresoccur, please save the log and contact us for technical assistance.

n  Duringthe upgrade and downgrade, it is recommended you not power off or reset thesystem, or plug/unplug any module.

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

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