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Ruijie RG-AP630(IDA2) Wireless Access Point RGOS11.1(9)B1P23 Firmware

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Release Notes




Document Version: V1.0

Date: 2023-06-14

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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.     Notes

This manual introduces the version information, revision history, features, resolved issues, open issues, supported platforms, software upgrading and related documentation.


1 Version Information

Version Number

RGOS 11.1(9)B1P23

Version Type

Official release

Applicable Products

RG-AP630(IDA2) v1.xx


1.      AC Version: RGOS 11.9(5)B1 or later

1.      When APs in A series connect to WS6008 or WS6108, the APs need to be updated to RGOS 11.9(2)B2P4 or a later version.

1.      To support more STAs, an i-Share+ product needs to connect to a host in RGOS 11.9(4)B1 or a later version and an AC in AC_RGOS 11.9(5)B1 or a later version.

Applicable Clients

Common clients and operators

Release Date


Based Version Number


Run the show version detail command to display the release ID, as follows:

Ruijie#show version detail

System description      : Ruijie Indoor AP630(IDA2) (802.11a/n/ac and 802.11b/g/n) By Ruijie Networks.

System start time       : 2020-09-01 18:46:35

System uptime : 0:00:33:02

System hardware version : 1.00

System software version : AP_RGOS11.1(9)B1P23, Release(07180217)

System patch number     : NA

System software number  : M23303409012020

System serial number    : 1234942570011

System boot version     :

System core version     :


ID conversion example:

M04331405262018 indicates 2018-05-26, 04:33:14. The ID conversion rules are as follows:

*    Note

��        ID format: AABBCCDD

��        AA: Indicates the year. 2014 is the first year. 01 indicates the year 2014, 02 indicates the year 2015, and so on.

��        BB: Indicates the month. The value is the month plus 12. For example, for August (8), the displayed value is 20.

��        CC: Indicates the date. For example, 28 indicates the 28th day of the current month.

��        DD: Indicates the time in 24-hour system. For example, 16 indicates 4:00 p.m.

��        ID 05172604 indicates a version compiled at 4:00 a.m. on May 26, 2018.

3 Hardware Description

*    Note

A hardware version number keeps only one digit after the decimal point. The second digit after the decimal point does not affect software version support.


Hardware Version Number




Outdoor high-performance wireless access point, two 1000M uplink ports, internal and external antennas; supporting dual-radio and four streams; supporting 802.11b/g/n and 802.11a/n/ac at the same time; supporting 802.11ac Wave 2


*    Note

For details of the hardware, see the Hardware Installation Manual.


5 Feature Change

1.1   Added Security Redline for i-Share+ Products


Meeting Ruijie security redline requirements

CLI Command





1.2   Added IPv6 Information Parsing and Uploading for i-Share+ Products


In local forwarding scenarios, this new feature can use attribute 168 in RADIUS accounting start and accounting update packets to upload the IPv6 addresses of STAs.

Note: This feature requires an AC in RGOS 11.9(2)B2 or a later version.

CLI Command



Parsing in centralized forwarding requires an AC in RGOS 11.9(2)B2 or a later version and is irrelevant to the AP version.


1.3   Added eWeb Security Radar for i-Share+ Products


eWeb Security Radar

1.      This feature can monitor wireless network security in a visualized manner. It collects and classifies surrounding Wi-Fi networks, generates alarms for phishing Wi-Fi networks, allows containment and trust operations, and detects attacks and produces alarms.

1.      eWeb supports one-click containment configuration and one-click delivery of multiple containment configurations.

Note: This feature requires an AC in RGOS11.9(4)B1 or a later version.

CLI Command



1.4   Added Blacklist/Whitelist Optimization in i-Share+ Products


1.      Based on MAC OUI whitelist, this feature can add terminal OUIs to a whitelist so that terminals with the same OUI can go online.

1.      This feature can generate a dynamic terminal blacklist based on a static terminal whitelist.

Note: This feature requires an AC in RGOS11.9(4)B1 or a later version.

CLI Command

[no] whitelist vendor mac sta-oui [in-ap ap-mac | in-ssid ssid-string] [mnemonic string]
See the configuration guide for AC_RGOS11.9(4)B1 or a later version.


1.5   Increased the Maximum Number of STAs for i-Share+ Products


The maximum number of supported STAs is increased for i-Share+ products.

An entire i-Share+ compact card supports up to 256 STAs, increased from 128 STAs.

CLI Command



For more STAs, an i-Share+ product needs to connect to a host in RGOS 11.9(4)B1 or a later version and an AC in AC_RGOS 11.9(5)B1 or a later version.


1.6   ARP Broadcast Isolation in MACC Scenarios


This feature supports ARP broadcast isolation in MACC scenarios.

CLI Command

1.      Enable ARP broadcast isolation:

data-plane arp-control enable

1.      Configure ARP broadcast isolation:

data-plane arp-control vlan [vlan-id] trusted-host [ip]





6 Resolved Issues

Issue ID

BUG notice 141707


Sequence of AP130(W2) V2 downlink ports




Issue ID

QC 36012


MAP752(S) fails to go online. When the device starts to the control layer, it is suspended.


AP_RGOS 11.1(5)B9P16


Issue ID

QC 36062


MAP752(G) crashes and goes offline abnormally.


AP_RGOS 11.1(9)B1P6


Issue ID

QC 35265


When MAP752G delivers an AP VLAN and then a wired VLAN, terminals cannot connect the signal.


AP_RGOS 11.1(9)B1P8


Issue ID

QC 35661


MAP552(S) descriptors are full and a 5G RF card cannot access.


AP_RGOS 11.1(5)B9P11


Issue ID

QC 37619


An abnormal packet of a Vivo mobile phone causes an AP crash.


AP_RGOS 11.1(5)B9P11


Issue ID

QC 46241


AP130(W2) V2 LAN ports cannot be negotiated to 1000M and can only to 100M.




8 Upgrade Files

Applicable Product

Upgrade File 1

AP630(IDA2) v1.xx

File Name



Upgrade package (common version)


29616537 bytes



Software Version

AP_RGOS11.1(9)B1P23, Release(07180217)

Upgrade File 2

File Name



Upgrade package (operator-customized version)


29616747 bytes



Software Version

RGOS 10.4(2B17)-SP2


9 Precautions

l  Before version upgrade or downgrade, run the show version command to confirm the current device version (initial version). Please select a proper upgrade/downgrade method based on the initial and target versions.

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  During the upgrade/downgrade, a prompt message will appear, indicating that a restart is not allowed. In this case, do not power off the device, reset the system, or plug in/unplug any module.

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

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