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Wireless Networks Thread, Update Ruckus AP firmware in Technical; Sysman, you can update it when behind the proxy, it just depends on the proxy settings. We are behind the ...
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    Sysman, you can update it when behind the proxy, it just depends on the proxy settings. We are behind the e2bn proxy here aswell as our ISA proxy, and it updates just fine, but depending on the LEA the proxy may not allow access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SYSMAN_MK View Post
    I have just started looking into Ruckus, so am I right in thinking that Ruckus equipment wont update their firmware when behind a proxy?
    No, to update the Ruckus APs you would update the firmware on the ZoneDirector, (Central management). The ZD will then push the firmware out to the APs.

    If you are running APs in a standalone environment, very rare and not recommended if you are using multiple APs then the AP updates in different ways, either web, hence the need for proxy authentication if required or TFTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuartWhite View Post
    No, to update the Ruckus APs you would update the firmware on the ZoneDirector, (Central management). The ZD will then push the firmware out to the APs.

    If you are running APs in a standalone environment, very rare and not recommended if you are using multiple APs then the AP updates in different ways, either web, hence the need for proxy authentication if required or TFTP.

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    Can you set a proxy in the ZoneDirector though, or will that have the same issue?

    Thanks.

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    no you cant set a proxy in the Zone Director, atleast not to my knowledge.

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    No you can't, that's what I asked earlier, and the update doesn't work on the EMBC network.

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    @cookie_monster i have sent you an email to download the update files directly from us.

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