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Ruijie RG-AP820-L(V2) Wireless Access Point RGOS11.9(6)W1B1 Firmware

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Release Notes




Document Version: V1.0

Date: June 14, 2023

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1.      Conversions



Bold font

Commands, command options, and keywords are in bold font.

Italic font

Arguments for which you supply values are in italic font.

[ ]

Elements in square brackets are optional.

{ x | y | z }

Alternative keywords are grouped in braces and separated by vertical bars.

[ x | y | z ]

Optional alternative keywords are grouped in brackets and separated by vertical bars.


The argument before the sign (&) can be input for consecutive 1- n times.


Double slashes at the beginning of a line of code indicate a comment line.


1.      Signs

The signs used in this document are described as follows:


*    Warning

An alert that calls attention to important rules and information that if not understood or followed can result in data loss or equipment damage.


*    Caution

An alert that calls attention to essential information that if not understood or followed can result in function failure or performance degradation.


*    Note

An alert that contains additional or supplementary information that if not understood or followed will not lead to serious consequences.


*    Specification

An alert that contains a description of product or version support.


1 Version Information

Version Number


Version Type

Official release

Applicable Products

RG-AP820 series

RG-AP840 series

RG-AP850 series

RG-AP880 series

RG-AP680 series


AC version: AC_RGOS11.9(6)B2 or later

Note: The APs can connect to ACs not in AC_RGOS11.9(6)W1B1 or later versions, but the new features in this release are unavailable.

Applicable Clients


Release Type

Official release

Release Date

June 14, 2023

Based Version Number

AP_RGOS11.9(6)B9, Release(09150411)

Scenario Description

Common features enhanced

1.1   Revision History


2 Feature Description

1.1   New Features


Source of Demand




This latest wireless security standard supports only personal version and enterprise version at present and does not support OWE.

New command:

security wpa3 mode { enhanced-open | enterprise [ ccmp-128 | gcmp-256 ] | none | personal }

Reverse SSH tunnel


The MACC and WIS can access the Telnet and EWEB of APs through the reverse SSH tunnel.

Key packet tracking


This feature tracks and records key communication packets of STAs and can export them in PCAP format.

New command: sta-trace enable all-trace

sta-trace enable wireless

sta-trace sta

sta-trace pkt-count

sta-trace file-size

show sta-trace sta_info



HTTPS third-party certificates can be imported. This prevents security prompts on the EWEB login interface.

New command:

web-server https certificate { pem cert-filename private-key key-filename } | { pfx cert-filename } [ password password-text ]



Radio configuration commands such as TxBF and AMSDU are added.

New command:

txbf enable

amsdu { enable | disable }


1.2   Modified Features


Source of Demand

Change Description

Country code


Country codes are supplemented.



1.11 protocol configuration is supported.



DHCP packet interaction parsing is added.

3 Resolved Issues

Issue ID



For STAs whose MAC addresses match the format of xxxx.0800.xxxx, the uplink packets are misjudged as 802.3 packets, causing connection failure.


When the data-plane arp-control command is run on an AC, some AP configurations lose.


CPU idle crashes occasionally occur on APs in idle status.


In the case of a power failure, the configuration of the auto-cfg save file flash:speed.txt function may change to 0 bytes, causing configuration loss and communication exceptions.


In layer-3 roaming, large packets are lost due to abnormal fragmentation in the roaming tunnel.


The reset button on the RG-AP820-L(V2) does not effect.


The VSP report interval is optimized.

5 Supported Platforms

1.1   Hardware Platform

The following table lists the models and version numbers of hardware supported by the current release.


Hardware Version Number


RG-AP820-L (V2)


Wireless access point, one 1G uplink port, built-in antenna, supporting dual-radio in 2.4 GHz+5 GHz or 5.2 GHz+5.8 GHz modes with 2x2+2x2 spatial streams, supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax protocols

RG-AP820-L (V2)


Wireless access point, one 1G uplink port, built-in antenna, supporting dual-radio in 2.4 GHz+5 GHz or 5.2 GHz+5.8 GHz modes with 2x2+2x2 spatial streams, supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax protocols



Wireless access point, three 1G uplink ports, built-in antenna, supporting dual-radio in 2.4 GHz+5 GHz or 5.2 GHz+5.8 GHz modes with 2x2+2x2 spatial streams, supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax protocols The third AI Radio supports security, collection, and network optimization.



Wireless access point, two 1G uplink ports + one 1G IoT port, built-in antenna, supporting dual-radio in 2.4 GHz+5 GHz modes with 2x2+4x4 spatial streams, supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax protocols



Wireless access point, two 5G uplink ports + one 1G IoT port, built-in antenna, supporting dual-radio in 2.4 GHz+5 GHz+5 GHz modes with 2x2+4x4+4x4 spatial streams, supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax protocols



Wireless access point, one 1G uplink port, one 1G optical port, built-in directional antenna, supporting dual-radio in 2.4 GHz+5 GHz modes with 2x2+2x2 spatial streams, supporting 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax protocols and Bluetooth serial ports

6 Upgrade Instructions

1.1   Upgrade Files

1.1.1  RG-AP820 Series

File Name



Upgrade package (common version)


25,273,651 bytes

Applicable Products

RG-AP820-L(V2) V1.xx

RG-AP820-L(V2) V2.xx



Software Version

AP_RGOS11.9(6)W1B1, Release(09192519)


File Name



Upgrade package (common version)


28,342,529 bytes

Applicable Product

RG-AP820(AR) V1.xx



Software Version

AP_RGOS11.9(6)W1B1, Release(09192519)


1.1.2  RG-AP840 Series

File Name



Upgrade package (common version)


27,911,280 bytes

Applicable Product

RG-AP840-I V1.xx



Software Version

AP_RGOS11.9(6)W1B1, Release(09192520)


1.1.3  RG-AP880 Series

File Name



Upgrade package (common version)


27,911,624 bytes

Applicable Products

RG-AP880(TR) V1.xx



Software Version

AP_RGOS11.9(6)W1B1, Release(09200422)


1.1.4  RG-AP680 Series

File Name



Upgrade package (common version)


25,740,293 bytes

Applicable Products

RG-AP680(CD) V1.xx



Software Version

AP_RGOS11.9(6)W1B1, Release(09192519)


1.2   Requirements


1.3   Precautions

l  Upgrade can be performed on site only after successful experimental verification.

l  Please perform a database backup before upgrading the device.

l  If a prompt message appears during the upgrade, indicating that restart is not allowed, do not power off the device, reset the system, or plug in/unplug any module.

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

l  After the upgrade and downgrade, run the show version detail command to check the current device version. If it is the target version, the upgrade succeeds.

7 Related Documentation

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The related documents are subject to change or update without prior notification. For details, please log in to the official website of Ruijie Networks:


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