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Hi I can't seem to find any how to's on setting up the wifi 6 of the r770. Can someone point me in the right direction please. I know it's accoplished via the CLI but where is the documentation ?
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Hello,I have a home network with around 85 smart devices connected. I have an ICX7150-C12 switch and two R510 access points that are plugged into the switch. Its all been working well for 5 years or so. I want to add an R610 access point to the system be plugging into an active port on the switch.The last time I added my second R510 AP the system found it and did almost all of the configuring for me. Can expect the same when adding the R610 AP ?
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Hello,For an ICX 7750-48F switch, and I would like to connect a copper / RJ-45 device that can only operate at 100 Mbps. With a 1G M-TX SFP in place, issuing the "speed-duplex 100-full" command results in a response of "This speed setting is not applicable to port...". Is there any way to connect a 100 Mbps device to this switch?Thanks.
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Hi, I'm running into a weird issue after upgrading from a Brocade ICX6450 to a Ruckus ICX7150.I have the following ACL that I transferred from the 6450:ip access-list extended no_internal_access permit tcp any any established permit tcp any host 10.20.1.20 eq http permit tcp any host 10.20.1.20 eq ssl permit tcp any host 10.20.1.50 eq dns permit tcp any host 10.20.1.60 eq dns permit udp any host 10.20.1.50 eq dns permit udp any host 10.20.1.60 eq dns deny ip any 10.0.0.0 0.255.255.255 deny ip any 192.168.100.0 0.0.0.255 permit ip any anyI have this ACL applied to a guest VLAN, 98. On the 6450, the ACL is applied "in" on VE98 and everything works as expected. I installed the ACL onto the 7150, and applied the ACL "in" on VLAN 98, since that is how it is now done. However, on the 7150, HTTP and even RDP works to hosts in the 10.0.0.0/8 range in many cases. The ACL is doing something, since ICMP does not work. I tried a simple ACL with just an allow established rule and the deny ip rules, and it seems to be the established rule type that is causing the problem. Removing it solves the problem.Is this an expected behavior, or is there something I am missing on the 7150 that would make this not work as it does on the 6450? It is running 08.0.95m. Thanks in advance!
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Hi All, I have a Cluster with two controllers joined; if I change the name of one of the controllers, would it impact into a cluster? Is it something that I need to worry about? Actually, does it let me change the controller name while it is joined to the cluster?
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Not sure if this is the right forum for feature requests but here it is anyway.I have customer site in which we utilise distance stacking and individual stack members are located in different rooms. I can name the stack units in the cli but this name isnt reflected anywhere is the vSZ gui that I can see. This makes it a bit awkward when configuring ports on the vSZ as the customer has to remember which unit is in which room.Could we please have the unit name be reflected on each stack members image under the 'ports view' field on the 'ports' tab?ThanksTom
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Ruckcast

The RUCKUS education team from CommScope brings you interesting topics with a wide range of guests to sit down and discuss all things that make up the product portfolio. We'll discuss topics including products from our portfolio, WiFi, routing and switching and more! We can't wait to share with you what our teams are up to.

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The RUCKUS Education channel focuses on explaining fundamental concepts and protocols in the Wired and Wireless networking arena. We also provide demonstrations of different tasks in relation to the RUCKUS brand of products.

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