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Mon, Jun 7, 2021 9:05 AM
Ruckus R750 device support WPA3?
16 d ago
17 d ago
rkscli: set encryption wlan8Wireless Encryption Type:  quit,  OPEN,  WEP, or  WPAWireless Encryption Type: 3WPA Protocol Version:  quit,  WPA,  WPA2, or  AUTOWPA Protocol Version: 2WPA Authentication Type:  quit,  OPEN (PSK),  EAP (.1X), or  AUTOWPA Authentication Type: 1WPA Cipher Type:  quit,  TKIP,  AES-CCMP, or  AUTOWPA Cipher Type: 2WPA PassPhrase: "12345678"Enter A New WPA PassPhrase [8-63 letters], or Press "Enter" to Accept :WPA no errorOKrkscli: exitQuit:
The datasheet for the r750 says it supports wpa3, but there is no wpa3 in the settings.
What version of code is on the AP. I think within the vSZ at least, it needs to run at least 5.2.1. It is definitely an option with 5.2.2 vSZ code on the AP.
rkscli: get version
Ruckus R750 Multimedia Hotzone Wireless AP
rkscli: set encryption wlan 33
wlan: Invalid wlan interface name
rkscli: set encryption wlan33
Wireless Encryption Type:  quit,  OPEN,  WEP, or  WPA
Wireless Encryption Type: 3
WPA Protocol Version:  quit,  WPA,  WPA2,  AUTO (WPA+WPA2), or  WPA3
WPA Protocol Version: 4
What Brian mentioned is correct. AP needs to be on a software version where WPA3 encryption is supported.
Below are the versions for different RUCKUS wireless controllers on which WPA3 is supported.
Unleashed: 200.8 and above
ZoneDirector: 10.3.0 and above.
v/SmartZone: 5.2.0 and above.
Thanks to reply brian, syamantak. The version is currently 126.96.36.199. It is being used by updating with solo AP standalone f/w without smart zone.What version should I download if I am using AP alone?
I don't think WPA3 is supported on stand alone firmware yet.
You may want to flash AP with Unleashed firmware 200.10 and configure the WPA3.
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