Contacted Samsung smartthings, thinking it was a Smartthings issue. Ran diagnosis with system by resetting, power off / on, then direct cable to Smartthings instead of Ruckus and all appliances worked. Contacted Lutron, did the same thing to isolate the issue. It appears several of my neighbors who have the same product (Lennar home) all have had the same issue with their Ruckus and Ruckus replaced their product.
When products are routed through Ruckus, nothing is working - all appliances are offline. When plugged direct (without Ruckus) products work.
Any assistance in getting this resolved to get my Lennar Smart Home back to being a smart home would be appreciated.
All of your "solutions" still did not solve the issue - because they were not the right solutions for my issue.
However, what did solve the issue is a $100 purchase from Amazon (not a Ruckus product) that included tech support. Ironically, it was Lennar that pointed me to this product when I TALKED to them. I plugged it in, plugged in all the hubs and everything is back working (10 minutes). The best part is I called the tech support line, and a person answered and walked me through the easy connection process. All of the hubs in my Lennar home is working perfectly.
It was a simple and cheap solution. It is unfortunate about the frustration and wasted time Ruckus caused me, but lesson learned. When there is a community forum and this many people complaining about the same issue, beware.
Now this post can be marked as the solution. Simply put save yourself time and frustration buy another product, not Ruckus.
2:IF not all the devices are affected, there is a possibility that the PoE(ppower over Ethernet) was disabled in the switch, so please provide the next screenshot after gaining web access to the Switch.
A:Find the IP address of the Switch:
How to find my Ruckus “Devices IP address” using free applications