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Ruijie SMB RG-S1920 Series Switch RGOS11.4(1)B70P3 Firmware

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RG-S1920 Series SwitchRelease Notes,



Release Date: September 3, 2019

Current Release: S19_RGOS 11.4(1)B70P3









This document includes the followingsections:

n  Basic Information

n  HardwareSupported

n  Changes

n  Resolved Issues

n  Open Issues

n  Limitations

n  RelatedDocumentation

n  Upgrade Files

n  Upgrade Tips

n  Upgrade Steps

Basic Information

Table 1 Basic Information of the CurrentRelease

Current Release


Previous Release


Applicable Product

RG-S1920 Series


Official release

Test Report


Hardware Supported

Table 2 Hardware Models and the SupportingReleases

Hardware Model

















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


Table 3 shows modified or deleted featuresand command lines based on the baseline version. 

Table 3 Changes to the Baseline Version


Change Description



The Web-based management system is modified to support the overseas release.


Resolved Issues


Open Issues


*      See the bug notices for more details.




n  RG-S1920 Series SwitchHardware Installation and Reference Guide
This manual introduces the functional and physical features of the S1920 seriesswitch and provides the device installation steps, hardware troubleshooting,module technical specifications, and specifications and usage guidelines forcables and connectors.

n  RG-S1920 Series SwitchConfiguration Guide, Release 11.4(1)B70P3
This manual describes the various network protocols and their implementationprinciples for the
RG-S1920series with the detailed configuration examples.

n  RG-S1920 Series SwitchCommand Reference, Release 11.4(1)B70P3
This manual describes the configuration commands related to the various networkprotocols supported on the
RG-S1920 series switch 11.4(1)B70P3, Release(06202720) version in detail,including the command mode, parameter description, usage guide, andconfiguration examples.

Upgrade Files

Table 4 Latest Upgrade Files

Applicable Product

Upgrade File

File Size









Upgrade Tips

The following are some tips for upgradingthe RG-S1920 Series Switch 11.4(1)B70P3:

n  Forcible upgrade ofthe Boot and Uboot programs is required.

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

n  During the upgrade, it is recommended you notpower off or reset the system, or plug/unplug any module.

n  Use the show version detail command to checkthe firmware after the upgrade.

Upgrade Steps

The procedure of upgrading the RG-S1920 Series Switch 11.4(1)B70P3 isdescribed as follows:

Step 1:

Connect the Console port to a PC running HyperTerminal or similaremulation program. Set baud rate to 9600, data bitsto 8, stop bits to 1 and flow control to none.

Step 2:

Connect the switch to the PC with anEthernet cable. Run the TFTPserver on the PC and select the files (such as upgrade files) to be transmitted.

Step 3:

Power up and start the switch. If theswitch can enter the Main program, follow Step 4 Upgrade the main program. Ifthe device cannot enter the Uboot program, please contact us for technicalassistance.

Step 4:

Upgrade the main program.

Ruijie#upgrade download tftp://

Please wait for a moment......

% Upgrade immediately, the upgrade process will take aboutfive minutes and may be restart.

Press Ctrl+C to quit


[RG-UPGRADE]: Uncompress file S19_RGOS11.4(1)B70P3_install.bin........

[RG-UPGRADE]: pacakage decompress in the path:/tmp/vsd/0/upgrade_ram

[RG-UPGRADE]: Uncompress successfully.

Change ubi to ro mode...

Change ubi to ro mode...

[RG-UPGRADE]: Upgrade processing is 100%

[RG-UPGRADE]: System i


Boot SPL 1.3.1-7ef53b8 (Apr 17 2017 - 14:46:29)


Transferring control to Master boot



Boot 1.3.1-7ef53b8 (Apr 17 2017 - 14:45:59)


Board: RTL838x CPU:500MHz LXB:200MHz MEM:300MHz

DRAM:  248 MiB

SF: Detected MX25L25635F with page size 256 Bytes, erasesize 64 KiB, total 32 MiB

Flash: 32 MiB

SF: Detected MX25L25635F with page size 256 Bytes, erasesize 64 KiB, total 32 MiB

In:    serial

Out:   serial

Err:   serial

Net:   eth#0

SF: Detected MX25L25635F with page size 256 Bytes, erasesize 64 KiB, total 32 MiB

SETMAC: Setmac operation was performed at 2018-11-2820:09:40 (version: 11.0)

Press Ctrl+C to enter Boot Menu:  0

UBI: attaching mtd1 to ubi0

UBI: physical eraseblock size:   65536 bytes (64KiB)

UBI: logical eraseblock size:    65408 bytes

UBI: smallest flash I/O unit:    1

UBI: VID headeroffset:          64 (aligned 64)

UBI: dataoffset:               128

#######################UBI: attached mtd1 to ubi0

UBI: MTD devicename:           "mtd=5"

UBI: MTD devicesize:            27 MiB

UBI: number of goodPEBs:        432

UBI: number of badPEBs:         0

UBI: max. allowedvolumes:       128

UBI: wear-leveling threshold:    4096

UBI: number of internal volumes: 1

UBI: number of user volumes:     1

UBI: availablePEBs:             0

UBI: total number of reserved PEBs: 432

UBI: number of PEBs reserved for bad PEB handling: 0

UBI: max/mean erase counter: 1/0

UBIFS: mounted UBI device 0, volume 1, name"rootfs"

UBIFS: mounted read-only

UBIFS: file system size:   27340544 bytes (26699KiB, 26 MiB, 418 LEBs)

UBIFS: journal size:      3662848 bytes (3577 KiB, 3 MiB, 56 LEBs)

UBIFS: media format:      w4/r0 (latest is w4/r0)

UBIFS: default compressor: LZO

UBIFS: reserved for root:  0 bytes (0 KiB)

finding an appropriatekernel...vmlinux-

Loading file '/boot/vmlinux-' to addr0x81000000 with size 1284970 (0x00139b6a)...


## Booting kernel from Legacy Image at 81000000 ...

   Image Name:   ruijie smb

   Created:         ImageType:   MIPS Linux Kernel Image (gzip compressed)

   Data Size:      Load Address: 80000000

   Entry Point:  802078d0

   Verifying Checksum ... OK

   Uncompressing Kernel Image ... OK


Starting kernel ...



*Jan  1 00:00:18: %LOCAL_DP-5-LC_PROB: Boardinformation in this chassis has been collected.

*Jan  1 00:00:19: %SWITCH-6-INSTALL: Install chassis S1920-8GT2SFP on switch 1

*Jan  1 00:00:19: %DP-6-MASTER: Module in slot 0 hastranslated to master.

*Jan  1 00:00:20: %DP-5-PROB: Board probing hascompleted.

*Jan  1 00:00:22: %SYSMON-5-COLDSTART: Systemcoldstart.


Press RETURN to get started

Step 5:

Use the show version detail commandto verify whether the software version is the latest.

1920#show version

System description     : Ruijie Gibabit Ethernet Switch(S1920-8GT2SFP) By Ruijie Networks

System starttime       : 2019-08-28 10:56:25

Systemuptime           : 0:23:42:32

System hardware version : 1.41

System software version : S1920_RGOS11.4(1)B70P3

System patch number     : NA

System serial number    :G1NW6G000259C

System boot version     :1.3.1

Module information:

  Slot 0 : S1920-8GT2SFP

    Hardwareversion    : 1.41

    Bootversion        : 1.3

    Softwareversion    : S1920_RGOS 11.4(1)B70P3, Release(06202810)

    Serialnumber       : G1NW6G000259C

The Main Module programs are upgraded to S1911.4(1)B70P3. The upgrading is successful.

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