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Ruijie RG-M8600E-WS-ED Wireless Controller RGOS11.9(5)B1 Firmware

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RG-WLAN Series Wireless Controllers RGOS Release Notes, 11.9(5)B1






Ruijie RG-WLANSeries Wireless Controllers RGOS Release Notes, 11.9(5)B1



Release Date: Dec. 3rd, 2019






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 11.9(5)B1

Previous Release

RGOS 11.9(4)B1

Applicable Product

c series : WS6108, WS6008

d series: WS6816

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


Official release


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

WS6108#showversion detail

Systemdescription      : Ruijie 10G WirelessSwitch(WS7208-A) By Ruijie Networks.

Systemstart time       : 2019-12-08 14:45:43

Systemuptime           : 0:02:23:10

Systemhardware version : 1.00

Systemsoftware version : AC_RGOS 11.9(5)B1, Release(06240614)

Systempatch number     : NA

Systemsoftware number  : M14093512062019

Systemserial number    : H1MB0GY000755

Systemboot version     : 3.3.1.b0cc174(191018)

Systemcore version     : 4.4.52.b2016415ca22fe

System cpupartition    : 1-3

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. 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 onSeptember 25, 2015.

Hardware Supported

Table 2 shows the hardware supported by the RGOS 11.9(5)B1.

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


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

New Features

RRM 2.0 Supporting Group-based Network Optimizing


RRM 2.0 supports group-based network optimizing to:

1. set the scheduled time;

2. trigger automatic RF adjustments;

3. enable RRM 2.0 features.

CLI command

Run the rrm [ 2.4g | 5g ] appoint date time [ ap-group group-name ] command to set the reservation time based on AP group.

Run the rrm [ 2.4g | 5g ] update [ ap-group ap-group ] [ channel | txpower ] command to manually trigger auto RF adjustments.

ACs Supporting MACC


MACC is accessible to ACs. So, ACs upload to MACC AC data (information about system, interfaces, dial-up ports, and WAN/LAN ports, syslog and key configuration changes), AP data (online and offline events, lists of connected APs, running status, and key property changes), and STA data (online and offline events, lists of connected STAs, IP change notifications, roaming log and running status).

*    Uploading information of dial-up and WAN/LAN ports is supported on multi-functional ACs.

CLI command


Configuring Internal PortalAuthentication on the Web Page of Multi-Functional ACs


On a multi-functional AC, you can configure internal portal authentication on EWEB. And logo customization is supported on the Portal authentication page.

CLI command


APs Supporting DFS


DFS is supported on APs with versions of 11.9(4)B1 and 11.1(9)B1P18.

CLI command

Run the show dfs adjustment-channels [ ap-name ] command to display hopping channels and bandwidth of one or all APs.

Run the show dfs non-occupancy-channels [ ap-name ] command to display the list of non-occupancy radar channels of one or all APs.

Run the show dfs historical-radar-channels [ ap-name ] command to display historical information of radar channels of one or all APs.

Supporting a Privileged VLAN


A privileged VLAN can be configured, so only packets from this VLAN are forwarded while packets from other VLANs are dropped. However, packets from other VLANs are forwarded when there are no packets from the privileged VLAN for 60 seconds.

CLI command

Run the vlan-first global-enable command to enable the VLAN-first function.

Run the vlan-first vlan [vian-id] command to configure the privileged VLAN.

Run the vlan-first ip [sip] [dip] command to configure the multicast address for the privileged VLAN.

ACs Supporting SSH Clients


SSH clients are supported on ACs.

CLI command


Network Monitoring System Probing STA Information


STA information is probed by the network monitoring system.

CLI command

Use the web-server enable api-path probe-sta syslog command to print STA syslog. And run the sta-logging mac-fmt-line command to print syslog when STAs get online and obtain IP addresses.

ACs Assigning BIN Files to APs


After losing its BIN file, an AP sends requests to the AC for a BIN file. Then, the AC searches its storage and finds a matched BIN file before assigning it to the AP for upgrade. If there is no matched BIN file stored on the AC, it is automatically recorded into the EWEB alarming system, so notifications are sent to the network administrator on the EWEB page.

CLI command


Improved Max User Capacity of Satellite APs


Max user capacity is improved for satellite APs. This improvement is accessible in scenarios where latest versions are applied to ACs, APs and satellite APs.

CLI command


All Models Supporting License 1


License 1 is supported on all models.

CLI command


Resolved Issues

Table 3 shows the fixed bugs based on RGOS11.9(5)B1.

Table 3 Fixed Bugs


Bug Description


Deleting one association group on the WEB page caused the removal of all groups.


An error message appeared after WLANs were added and network time was disabled.


In WPA2 encryption + MAB authentication +WEB authentication mode, users were notified of password error during first connection attempt.


In a VAC scenario, APs got online and offline on a frequent basis, leading to disconnection of more than 900 APs.


On the WEB page of the AC, an online AP was wrongly displayed in the default group and its status was shown as offline.


It took too long for the enable command to take effect.


The OID node was incorrect.


SCC entries were removed if local forwarding users switched between two RF cards of an AP.


On the WEB page, notes about usernames were lost on blacklists and whitelists.


Configuring logging vlan 6 triggered NFPP ARP protection, which caused device to reboot.


On the WEB page of the AC, if the IP address of an AP was changed, the AP could not get online normally.


Failure occurred in STA association.


Exceptions occurred in STA authentication.


Downstream rates read on the SNC greatly exceeded the rate limit set on the AC.


For an online AP, SNC wrongly alarmed its disconnection, so all of its STAs were disconnected.


When the device came up, the default audit policy did not take effect.


Behavior policy matching failed.


In a VAC system, the time zone of the master AC failed to be modified, and the rootfs partition was running out of space.


MIB readme was inconsistent with the code.


In a VAC system, after an AP resumed connection, a message about MAC address conflicts appeared on the WEB page of the AC.


On the WEB page, only the first page was displayed when users chose to view entries based on both the entry number and signal strength.


The configuration did not come into force that a maximum of 50 IP addresses of authentication-exempted users were shown on the WEB page.


The whitelist containing more than 280 entries failed to be imported.


The wbs_ctl process restarted when a MacBook Pro running OS Catalina 10.15 switched its association between a WAP3-encrypted SSID and an open SSID.


In an MACC scenario, when a large number of APs connected to the AC, the cloud-diagnosis.elf process kept restarting.


In a VAC scenario, if a great quantity of APs connected to the AC and RRM 2.0 network optimizing was enabled, insufficient buffer capacity led to message synchronization failures between the master and standby ACs.


In ap-group mode, the statistics of online radio was wrong, not reflecting the actual number.

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


54,159,031 bytes


Table 5.2 WS6816

Applicable Product


File Size


WS6816 v1.0x, v1.1x


57,600,383 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


56,704,070 bytes



The following are some tips for upgrading the RG-WLAN Series WirelessController RGOS 11.9(5)B1:

n  Usethe show version command to check the current firmware beforeupgrade/downgrade. Select proper upgrade/downgrade mode according to thecurrent firmware and the target firmware.

n  Duringthe upgrade and downgrade, pay attention to the prompt messages. If failures occur,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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