T series/ R700 reboot PoE switch will can't boot up

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Any person has similar experience?
I am using Cisco switch with T300 series AP and R700 AP with SCG
Recently some of the AP will can't boot up after reboot the PoE switch
Some of them will return to original firmware from ZD
Some of them will return to original firmware from SCG
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Alan Rothenstreich

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I am using Cisco switches with no issue, same combination of R700 and T300.  I also deployed with T301s.  What switch model are you using?
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WS-C2960XR-24PD-I
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Alan Rothenstreich

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Sounds like the units are defaulting back to the backup image on the ap. This can occur if an update is corrupt. We use a zd and SG300 switches with no issue. Can you log into the apartment and download the log. A ruckus technical person can review it and find out the error occurring.
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After checking it seems that the CLI script make the AP can't boot up and I open another post for it 
Actually the code should not make it happened but we can reproduce it.
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fw_version=3.0.4.0.461
model=all

set blacklist wifi1 52 -1

set blacklist wifi1 56 -1

set blacklist wifi1 60 -1

set blacklist wifi1 64 -1

set blacklist wifi1 100 -1

set blacklist wifi1 104 -1

set blacklist wifi1 108 -1

set blacklist wifi1 112 -1

set blacklist wifi1 116 -1

set blacklist wifi1 120 -1

set blacklist wifi1 124 -1

set blacklist wifi1 128 -1

set blacklist wifi1 132 -1

set blacklist wifi1 136 -1

file b

fw_version=3.0.4.0.461
model=all

set blacklist wifi0 2 -1

set blacklist wifi0 3 -1

set blacklist wifi0 4 -1

set blacklist wifi0 5 -1

set blacklist wifi0 7 -1

set blacklist wifi0 8 -1

set blacklist wifi0 9 -1

set blacklist wifi0 10 -1

set blacklist wifi0 12 -1

set blacklist wifi0 13 -1
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Thanks,

You don't need the line "file b" or the second re-definition of the fw version.

You should add a "reboot" command to the end.
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It is two separate file one for 2.4g another is 5g so u mean each of it should add reboot at the end ?
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Michael Brado, Official Rep

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Yes, you can execute these as two different scripts, one for each radio.
Or, you can configure both radios of your APs at once too.
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So my script should be like below?


fw_version=3.0.4.0.461
model=all
set blacklist wifi1 52 -1
set blacklist wifi1 56 -1
set blacklist wifi1 60 -1
set blacklist wifi1 64 -1
set blacklist wifi1 100 -1
set blacklist wifi1 104 -1
set blacklist wifi1 108 -1
set blacklist wifi1 112 -1
set blacklist wifi1 116 -1
set blacklist wifi1 120 -1
set blacklist wifi1 124 -1
set blacklist wifi1 128 -1
set blacklist wifi1 132 -1
set blacklist wifi1 136 -1
set blacklist wifi0 2 -1
set blacklist wifi0 3 -1
set blacklist wifi0 4 -1
set blacklist wifi0 5 -1
set blacklist wifi0 7 -1
set blacklist wifi0 8 -1
set blacklist wifi0 9 -1
set blacklist wifi0 10 -1
set blacklist wifi0 12 -1
set blacklist wifi0 13 -1
reboot