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206 Points

Fri, Jul 10, 2020 11:08 AM

R710 ZD Managed corrupt firmware? (can't connect with ssh or http(s)

Hi!

I've bought an 2nd hand Ruckus R710, which I cannot access.
I've reset it multiple times with the reset button on the back.
After reset the pwr led goes from red to solid green.
At that point I can ping it on 192.168.0.1 but there is not webinterface on port 80 or 443.
Trying to ssh to it I only get an connection refused message.

I can see that it broadcasts the wireless network island-xxxx
But I can't connect to it. I've tried the following passwords:
sp-admin
ruckus-sp-admin

ruckus-

Is the firmware corrupted? is there anything else I can do to connect to it?
I guess my next step is to contact the original owner to see if he/she can do an RMA?

I want to run this with standalone unleashed.

Thanks, in advance,
/J

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235 Messages

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4K Points

1 y ago

Rough one. I would get your money back before that 'door closes'. Sounds like the AP you've got is bricked. if HTTP and https are down and SSH refuses the connection, I would spend no more time with it.

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172 Points

10 m ago

Same problem for me. I see the WiFi "Configure.Mexxx" but no luck, phone app says I am connected to the Wifi but hit the Start button and it fails with a message that says Unable to fetch default configuration from the AP.

Did someone brick this?  Can I install the Standalone firmware or a new Unleashed version from the USB on the R710 or is the only want to upgrade to use the CLI or the web administration on the R710 to upgrade the firmware?

Somebody update us on a solution, if any.

Thanks,

John

235 Messages

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4K Points

10 m ago

John, get your money back. Waste no time in submitting a claim. 

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172 Points

10 m ago

Thanks Andrew, I will try.  Tempted by the good deal, I have had good luck on other things, but I understand there is risk.  A new one for $800-900 is too much for home, but $275 was something I felt comfortable with.  Hope Ebay gets it back for me.  Now I have to try and convince myself to spend more or bo with a new Ubiquiti AP.

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4K Points

10 m ago

UBNT is a fine choice for a Home AP. For me, my Ruckus APs are a source of pride. I have implemented UBNT, Cisco / Meraki / Mist, and Fortinet Wireless solutions. Although Ruckus units (and their various holding companies) aren't without their quirks, I feel they're best in class.

10 Messages

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206 Points

2 m ago

@andrew_giancola 

So for reference. I got my money back (ebay buyers protection). I manged to "fix" the AP by flashing a new firmware. I flashed the firmware by connecting to the onboard spi pins, using minicom, I could login and flash the firmware from tftp.

So this was solveable without RMA

Best Regards J

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