We have a pair of ZD1200 in fall over mode with a total of 22 licenses.One of the ZD1200 had recently had the reboot death problem, in that it will not reliably always come back on.But it is still hanging in there.The VAR said it was required to r...
We had a zone director 1205 go bad and become off line.
There was a fall over setup with Two zone directors & a total of 22 licenses.
When the zone Director went over to redundancy, everything is working ok.
however to get a repaired zone...
Yep.. it sounds like a stupid question,
but does R/O SNMP do anything to a zone director that is likely to make it fail?
In particular, does it cause excessive writing/reading from NVram or Nand memory,when enabled?
or is the data written to ...
Have a 1200 on the latest firmware 10.5.0.0 build 190.
some clients are either:
1. loosing the pw for the wifi point
2. loosing the ip address on the client, but teh 1200 clearly shows the mac & ip address as authorized.
if I go into "clien...
what exactly does the following show(besides the obvious)?
ruckusZDSystemStatsWLANTotalTxDroppedFrm 22.214.171.124.4.1.25053.1.2.1.126.96.36.199 Total number of dropped downlink frames.
is there any sort of "ballpark" figure, and if so how would you go ...
yep but those two are garbage for security.....I know this because i did a "programmer /hacker" evaluation.
both sets of kit are banned from our IT procurement processes..
but you only need to do a CVE search....
Rucus have good...
They don't want this discussed in public.
all behind the scenes....
it's the flash.
re-flashing re-inits the storage & marks the bad blocks, but it is a fools game.
Eventually like all flash products it will cascade & lead to full failure.
Well..... fortunately i did not Join the 3rd unit to the pool...
just got the picture but did not click "ok"
i'm aware of the "temp license", but am keeping it for a last resort.
so i'm actually running the last ZD with the 22 licences.
It won't work reliably, since the "fingerprinting" used by ruckus seems out of date.
there are many other device types like "speakers" that don't fall into any group.
so you cannot allow or block them reliably.
it's always a bad idea to have co...