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Wed, Mar 7, 2018 9:01 AM

Turn off Wireless

I have a R310 and I'm looking for a way, in the software, to disconnect / pause / turn off the wireless. Is there a way as I can't see one and I've been unplugging the thing to get the resolve I want. Is there an easier way?

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13.2K Points

3 years ago

yes and no depends on what your planning to do or acheive??

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270 Points

3 years ago

Achieve -  I'm looking for a way, in the software, to disconnect / pause / turn off the wireless.

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1.3K Points

3 years ago

if you have a controller like ZD1200 then you can shedule the wlan.
or you can switch on/off the radio in software on R310.

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270 Points

3 years ago

No controller. HOW do I turn it off. I can't find a way. Please describe the path

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1.3K Points

3 years ago

look for enable radio

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270 Points

3 years ago

No - nothing like that. Honestly, spent ages looking at the GUI. I can't find any way which is why I came here and all i get is cryptic replies. Unless you KNOW a way for CERTAIN, please don't respond. If you do  - then describe the path. Thanks

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13.2K Points

3 years ago

tweet...
since you are using a standalone AP... hence check this out..
goto configuration --> Radio 2.4ghz --> SSID tab --> disable wireless availability
do the same for 5ghz for all those SSID you want to turn off WiFi
hope this helps..

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270 Points

3 years ago

Thanks for that. I think there's some confusion here since my interface is different from the above and that's probably why I'm not seeing radio anywhere.

Having said that, Services does have this but there is still no option to turn on/off.

824 Messages

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13.2K Points

3 years ago

hi,
no problem, happy to help
refer to this link --> http://docs.ruckuswireless.com/unleashed/200.4/index.html#c-RadioBGN.html
this will help in turning off the radio on the AP..you can always turn it on whenever u feel like

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270 Points

3 years ago

Perfect - that's what i was looking for.
Thank you.

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13.2K Points

3 years ago

another way would have been to goto WIFI NETWORKS... select the SSID you want turn off and hit disable..