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Ruijie RG-NBS5000 Series Switches SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P54 Firmware

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Ruijie RG-NBS5000Series Switches Release Notes, SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P54



Release Date: Jul,29, 2021






This document includes the following sections:

n Basic Information

n Hardware Supported

n New Features

n Resolved Issues

n Related Documentation

nUpgrade Files

n Upgrade Tips

Basic Information

Table 1 lists the basic information of the current release.

Table 1 Basic Information of the Current Release

Current Release

ReyeeOS 1.54.1818;SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P54,Release(08181817)

Previous Release

SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P30,Release(07190121), SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P30,Release(07200700), SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P31,Release(07222716), SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P31,Release(08130616)

Applicable Product



Official Release



Table 2 shows the hardware supported by the SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P54.

Table 2 Hardware Models

Hardware Model











*  For details, see Ruijie RG-NBS5000 Series SwitchesHardware Installation and Reference Guide.


1.  Gateway-targeted ARP SpoofingPrevention

2.  IP+MAC Binding

3.  IP Source Guard

4. Information Center

5. eWeb Supports Syslog

6. Management VLAN Supports DHCP ServerFunction

7.  eWeb Alarm and Corresponding Suggestion

8. Restore the Default Password but Keepthe Configuration




n  Ruijie RG-NBS5000 Series Switches HardwareInstallation and Reference Guide
This manual introduces the functional and physical features of the RG-NBS5000series switches and provides the installation steps, hardware troubleshooting,module technical specifications, and specifications and usage guidelines forcables and connectors. 

n   Ruijie NBS Series Switches Web-Based Configuration Guide
This manual introduces eWeb and configuration steps.


*  You can obtain the related documents at:

Upgrade Files

Table 3 Upgrade File

Applicable Model

Upgrade File

File Size




10,741,587 Bytes



The following are some tips for upgrading the RG-NBS5000 SeriesSwitches SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P54:

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

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

n Check theversion number after the upgrade/downgrade ineither of the following two ways:

1. Log into eWeb and check the version number in BasicInfo on the Home page.

2. Access shell via an SSH session and enter the ucishow sysinfo command.

Upgrade Steps

1.  Connect the device to a PC and configure the PC with an IP addressin network

2.  Power on the device. After the system LED turns on, open the browserand enter into the address bar.

3.  Log into eWeb and complete wizard configuration.

4.  Navigate to System > Upgrade > Local Upgrade,click Browse, select an upgrade file (e.g., SWITCH_3.0(1)B11P54_NBS5000_08181817.tar.gz) and click Upload.

Figure 1 Local Upgrade


After upgrade finishes, log in to eWeb to check the version number.

Figure 2 Basic Info


If you forget your password, press the Reset button on thepanel for 5 seconds, and the device will be restored to factory settings.Upgrade the device with the above steps.

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