I am having trouble with a ZoneFlex R510 in standalone mode, and integrating Sonos. In a nutshell, I can't get the Sonos hardware to join the 2.4Ghz network. Here is a relevant discussion on the Sonos forums. I spent hours troubleshooting this last weekend. When I put my old WAP in place everything worked fine. Re-introduce the Ruckus equipment and it falls apart again. It sounds like I need to try enabling multicast traffic?
Thanks for the post. The syntax of those commands is different for Unleashed? They did not work for me when I was connected to the AP via SSH.
Here is the translation. Or at least the commands that executed successfully for ME.
The first command was supposed to be this:
rkscli: set qos directed multicast disabled
ruckus(config-wlan)# no qos directed-multicast
The second command was supposed to be this:
rkscli: set qos eth0 igmp disable
ruckus(config-wlan)# no qos igmp-snooping
The third command I could not figure out.
rkscli: set qos eth0 classification disable
I tried digging into the system configuration and entering this command, which is the ONLY QoS setting I could find in the Unleashed CLI:
ruckus(config-sys)# no qos Changes are saved! System QoS function has been disabled
However, after entering this series of commands I am still not able to join my Sonos hardware to my Ruckus WiFi network. The error presented by the Sonos controller is to make sure the 2.4 Ghz WLAN is 802.11b/g compatible.