Ruckus Logs, error/whitepaper source?

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I'm examining logs on my Ruckus AP and have discovered that some of the error messages aren't easily understood, probably due the fact that I haven't read any documentation on this logging system, can anyone suggest or point out a pdf/webpage where I can get information on logged messages?

The one I'm tracking down right now is"
"RuckusAP daemon.warn dnsmasq[333]: no address range available for DHCP request via br0"

It makes sense but br0 isn't indicated anywhere on the documentation so I'm unsure of what it actually is, I can only assume it is indicating bridge0 as in the bridge between the two Ethernet ports, however I am only using one of the ports and have no wish to have dhcp delivered over either one of them so I remain confused. If someone could help clear this up or better yet direct me to a source where I could learn more about the log terminology/indications then that would be great.

If an informative source for the logs isn't available, then I'm using my 2 cents to vote for such an addition in the future, thanks for considering it.
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Hello, We have Ruckus Wireless ZoneDirector Syslog Message guide out since Jan 2013 and you can download it from below link but your syslog message is not covered.

https://support.ruckuswireless.com/do...

I think you are seeing this below log on standalone AP. correct?
"RuckusAP daemon.warn dnsmasq[333]: no address range available for DHCP request via br0"

I have seen this error message before hence need to know firmware version on the device?
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I'm running the latest firmware version for the unit, 7962_9.6.0.0.264. And yes, I am running it as a standalone AP. Also thanks for linking to the support document, I'll see if I can get a chance to run through it later today, I am sure it will prove most helpful.

Thanks.