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Ruijie RG-AP130(W2)V2 Wireless Access Point RGOS11.1(9)B1P20 Firmware

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Ruijie RG-WLAN Series Wireless Controllers RGOS Release Notes, 11.1(9)B1P20

 

 

 

 

 

Ruijie RG-WLAN Series Access Points

RGOS Release Notes, 11.1(9)B1P20

 

 


Release Date: Jan. 14th, 2020

 

 

 

 



Contents

This document includes the following sections:

n  Basic Information

n  Hardware Supported

n  New Features

n  Resolved Issues

n  Upgrade Packages

n  Upgrade/Downgrade Tips

Basic Information

Table 1 lists the basic information of the current release.

Table 1 Basic Information of the Current Release

Current Release

RGOS 11.1(9)B1P20

Previous Release

RGOS 11.1(9)B1P18

Applicable Product

AP130 series: AP130(W2) V2 v1.0x

 

Note:

1. AC version requirement: RGOS 11.9(5)B1 or higher version

2. When connecting to WS6008 and WS6108, AP should be upgraded to RGOS 11.9(2)B2P4 or a higher version

Category

Official release

 

Use the show version command to display information about the software version.

Ruijie#show version detail

System description      : Ruijie Indoor AP130(W2) V2 (802.11a/n/ac and 802.11b/g/n) By Ruijie Networks.

System start time       : 2019-06-28 21:12:43

System uptime           : 12:12:51:25

System hardware version : 1.00

System software version : AP_RGOS 11.1(9)B1P18, Release(06201505)

System patch number     : NA

System software number  : M17531708152019

System serial number    : 1234942570333

System boot version     : 2.0.26.84fcf43(190313)

System core version     : 2.6.32.5da4659fe73e6d

Release Number Description

Software number M20015609252015 indicates 20:01:56 on September 25, 2015.

*    1) Release number is formatted as AABBCCDD. 2) AA indicates year. 01 stands for 2014, 02 for 2015 and so on. 3) BB indicates month. 13 stands for January, 14 for February and so on. 4) CC indicates date. 5) DD indicates time in 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 by the RGOS 11.1(9)B1P20.

Table 2 Supporting Hardware Models

Hardware Model

Version

Description

AP130(W2) V2

1.0x

Indoor dual access points, dual-radio, dual-band, concurrent operation of 802.11b/g/n and 802.11a/n/ac, FAT/FIT mode, 1000M LAN Port

 

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

New Features

Increase the Max Client Number

Description

The max client number of wall AP with single-radio/dual-radio is increased to 128/256

The max client number of outdoor WAVE2 (non-11ax) product is increased to 512

CLI command

N/A

Remarks

Product        Max Clients (Before)   Max Clients (After)

AP110-l               32                128

AP120(H)             32                128

AP110-A              32                128

AP130(L)              32                256

AP130(W2)           32                 256

AP130-S              32                256

AP630-L              256               512

AP630-A              256               512

Resolved Issues

Table 3 shows the fixed bugs based on RGOS 11.1(9)B1P20

Table 3 Fixed Bugs

No.

Bug Description

Upgrade Packages

Table 5.1 AP130(W2) v1.0x/v1.1x/v1.2x, AP130(L) v3.0x, AP130(W2) V2 v1.0x

Applicable Product

File

File Size

MD5

AP130(W2) v1.0x/v1.1x/v1.2x

AP130(L) v3.0x

AP130(W2) V2 v1.0x

 

AP_RGOS11.1(9)B1P20_S1C2-17_06232916_install.bin

23042591 bytes

 

f0507e591434dccc90f7cff5b67d1a64

Upgrade/Downgrade Tips

The following are some tips for upgrading the RG-WLAN Series Wireless Controller RGOS 11.1(9)B1P20:

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

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

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

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

 

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