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Ruckus R750 device support WPA3?

suhyeon_kim
New Contributor II

Ruckus R750 device support WPA3?

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suhyeon_kim
New Contributor II

rkscli: set encryption wlan8
Wireless Encryption Type: [0] quit, [1] OPEN, [2] WEP, or [3] WPA
Wireless Encryption Type:  3
WPA Protocol Version: [0] quit, [1] WPA, [2] WPA2, or [3] AUTO
WPA Protocol Version: 2
WPA Authentication Type: [0] quit, [1] OPEN (PSK), [2] EAP (.1X), or [3] AUTO
WPA Authentication Type:  1
WPA Cipher Type: [0] quit, [1] TKIP, [2] AES-CCMP, or [3] AUTO
WPA Cipher Type:  2
WPA PassPhrase: "12345678"
Enter A New WPA PassPhrase [8-63 letters], or Press "Enter" to Accept :
WPA no error
OK
rkscli: exit
Quit:


The datasheet for the r750 says it supports wpa3, but there is no wpa3 in the settings.

What version of code is on the AP.  I think within the vSZ at least, it needs to run at least 5.2.1.  It is definitely an option with 5.2.2 vSZ code on the AP.

rkscli: get version

Ruckus R750 Multimedia Hotzone Wireless AP

Version: 5.2.2.0.1016

OK

rkscli: 

rkscli: set encryption wlan 33

wlan: Invalid wlan interface name

rkscli: set encryption wlan33 

Wireless Encryption Type: [0] quit, [1] OPEN, [2] WEP, or [3] WPA

Wireless Encryption Type:  3

WPA Protocol Version: [0] quit, [1] WPA, [2] WPA2, [3] AUTO (WPA+WPA2), or [4] WPA3

WPA Protocol Version: 4

syamantakomer
Moderator
Moderator

Hi Suhyeon,

What Brian mentioned is correct. AP needs to be on a software version where WPA3 encryption is supported.

Below are the versions for different RUCKUS wireless controllers on which WPA3 is supported.

Unleashed: 200.8 and above

ZoneDirector:  10.3.0 and above.

v/SmartZone: 5.2.0 and above.

Regards,
Syamantak Omer
Official Rep | Staff TSE | CWNA | CCNA | RASZA | RICXI

suhyeon_kim
New Contributor II

Thanks to reply brian, syamantak.
The version is currently 114.1.0.0. 
It is being used by updating with solo AP standalone f/w without smart zone.
What version should I download if I am using AP alone?