Here is your problem SPR08090d, if the Switch is running the routing code, will not properly send the traffic, by default for Lennar home set up, we advise using the SPS08090d image, which is the switching image, for enterprise environments, you can use routing code, because you may want to route multiples subnets, now with the wire and wireless network what you need to confirm is that you are in the same subnet, however, I will not worry about that, first let's boot the Switch from its Switching partitions, and I will advise upgrading to the recommended code 08095g UFI, upgrading both partitions with the switching file image named SPS08095ufi.bin.
1:Gain access to the Switch via SSH, telnet, or console.
How to remotely access to 'ICX 7150-12P' or 'access points' "Network devices"
How to console in the ICX-7150-12CP 'Ruckus Switch'
2:Check if you have the Switching code-named SPS08090d in one of your flashes by running the next command show flash
Note: the show version command will confirm what partition you are currently booting.
3:Once you have confirmed you have even the primary or secondary flash running the switching code, you will boot from that partition.
ICX7150-C12 Router#boot system flash primary yes
In this example, I will boot from the primary partition, which is the partition I have the switching code.
4:Perform A upgrade to the recommended code 08095g UFI
device# copy tftp flash 10.176.220.51 SPS08095gufi.bin primary
device# copy tftp flash 10.176.220.51 SPS08095gufi.bin secondary
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Technical Support Engineer | L2 TAC Wired | Lennar Home Community