How can I use Unleashed to change the WLAN to 802.11n & 802.11ac only?
I used the CLI to set OFDM-Only to Enabled
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But when I check the WLAN info, 802.11b support is still enabled
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I also tried to set the radios to 11ac and 11n only, the Unleashed guide says that this option is in the GUI. Radio (2.4G) and Radio (5G)
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However, I don't see this in my GUI
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What am I missing?
Huh? I don't understand what you mean about VLAN1, that's just an excerpt from "show wlan name <WLAN>". VLAN1 is the default VLAN for ruckus - all untagged traffic is tagged as VLAN ID = 1. I don't think it has anything to do with the WLAN. The CLI steps you linked to are what I used to disable 802.11bSeems you have it enabled on vlan 1, but you actually want it enabled at the Wlan. vlan changes won't change the actual radio the AP broadcast and receives. Try the cli steps I listed in the post below for 1 or both of the wlan's you have and that should result in what you want.
Sorry misunderstood where that picture came from.Huh? I don't understand what you mean about VLAN1, that's just an excerpt from "show wlan name <WLAN>". VLAN1 is the default VLAN for ruckus - all untagged traffic is tagged as VLAN ID = 1. I don't think it has anything to do with the WLAN. The CLI steps you linked to are what I used to disable 802.11b
In any case, this still doesn't explain why there's no 802.11n or 802.11n/ac checkboxes in the GUI
ruckus(config-wlan)# bss-minrate 12 #will cause AP to only connect clients that have a faster rate. can choose 1,2,5.5,12 & 24 The mgmt-tx-rate will be set to the same value as bss-minrate.
Per the datasheet on Ubiquiti's site, that POE injector lacks gigabit ports, so that explains the 100mbit uplink.I just tried to set up a couple of R500s at a friends house. I was using Ubiquiti 48V poe adapters ( PoE Injector, 48VDC, 24W )
But I only got 100 mbs uplink. Switch to an exernal DC power supplier I got gigabit uplink.
The 48V adapter is supposed to support 802.3af so should work right?
Any recommendations on other adapters that would work?
Found this one as well, but unsure if it would work: Product details
I guess that could be the case. I think I've used them together with a Unifi nano hd previously, and it actually came with the unifi ap ac pro package.Per the datasheet on Ubiquiti's site, that POE injector lacks gigabit ports, so that explains the 100mbit uplink.
Yes I have R710, R510, R500 and R600 powered by a Juniper EX3300 switch, and that works fine.The R610s I have, work fine via POE from the ICX6450 POE.
The lone R710 I have connected to a non POE ICX6610 also work fine with a POE injector I stole from a unifi AP AC Pro -gigabit rates
BTW @Sealside any update on your OH3 binding for Ruckus and unifi? Hoping you can update it to one without dependencies.
I would guess it will. My 100mbit problem for r500 turns out to be a limitation in the injector. Apparently there are 100mbit and 1G versions off the black 48V ubiquiti injector. I had mixed up the one that came with the ap ac pro and a spare I bought.Will my Unifi UAP-AC-PRO poe injector work with the R710? Or will I need to order another POE injector?