Technical Support Bulletins
Technical Support Bulletin FastIron 09.0.00 and 09.0.10 ‐ Risk of Filesystem Corruption
Applicable To The Following Products
Ruckus ICX 7150 Campus Switch
The Ruckus® ICX® 7150 family of stackable switches delivers the performance, flexibility, and scalability required for enterprise access deployment, raising the bar with non-blocking performance and up to 8x10 GbE ports for uplinks or stacking. It offers seamless interoperability with Ruckus wireless products to deliver unified wired and wireless network access.
In addition, Ruckus Multigigabit Ethernet technology offers bandwidth speeds needed to optimize performance of the latest generation high performance wireless access points and edge devices, over standard Ethernet cables.
Ruckus ICX 7250 Campus Switch
The Ruckus ICX 7250 Campus Switch delivers the performance, flexibility, and scalability required for enterprise Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) access deployment. It raises the bar with up to 8×10 GbE ports for uplinks or stacking and market-leading stacking density with up to 12 switches (576×1 GbE) per stack. In addition, the Ruckus ICX 7250 combines enterprise-class features, manageability, performance, and reliability with the flexibility, costeffectiveness, and “pay as you grow” scalability of a stackable solution.
Ruckus ICX 7450 Campus Switch
The Ruckus ICX 7450 Campus Switch offers the performance, flexibility, and scalability required for enterprise Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) access deployment. It delivers market-leading stacking density with up to 12 switches (576 1 GbE and 48 10 GbE ports) per stack and combines chassis-level performance and reliability with the flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and “pay as you grow” scalability of a stackable solution. In addition, this stackable switch is the first in its class to offer 40 GbE uplinks, enabling enterprises to dramatically increase their network capacity while using their existing optical wire infrastructure.
Ruckus ICX 7550 Campus Switch
The CommScope Ruckus ICX 7550 switch delivers the premium performance and scalability required for Wi-Fi 6 deployments and beyond with up to 48 ports of multigigabit connectivity and full 90 watts of 802.3bt PoE power per port. It offers market-leading stacking density with up to 12 switches (up to 576 gigabit, multigigabit or fiber ports) per stack and combines chassis-level performance with “pay as you grow” scalability of a stackable solution. The mid-market stackable switch is one of the first in its class to offer 100 GbE uplinks, enabling enterprises to dramatically increase their network capacity while using their existing optical wire infrastructure.
Ruckus ICX 7650 Campus Switch
The Ruckus® ICX® 7650 Switch is designed to meet the new challenges of the multigigabit wireless era. It delivers non-blocking performance, high availability, and scalability with Multigigabit Ethernet access (2.5/5/10GbE), high PoE output with 802.3bt** support as well as 10 Gigabit Ethernet Aggregation and 40/100GbE uplink options.
The ICX 7650 is an ideal solution for future proof campus edge deployment as an underlay to support the most demanding next generation wireless infrastructure. Additionally the fiber version of the switch delivers a highly cost effective medium density 1/10GbE aggregation solution with 24 SFP & 24SPF+ ports and 40/100GbE uplinks.
The ICX 7650 supports Ruckus Campus Fabric* as both a Port Extender (PE) and a Control Bridge (CB) delivering unmatched flexibility, scalability and simplified management for campus network deployments.
Ruckus ICX 7850 Campus Switch
For the new 7850-48C product, the recommended code is 09.0.10d. Please only run this code on the new 7850-48C and not the other 7850 models
The Ruckus ICX 7850 Campus Switch is a high performance stackable core switch for next generation 100G campus. It delivers nonblocking line-rate performance on all ports concurrently, with a switching capacity of up to 6.4 Tbps. The ICX 7850 supports the next generation Ethernet speeds with 10/25 Gigabit Ethernet at the aggregation and 40/100 Gigabit Ethernet at the core to meet high volume of traffic driving from the edge into the core. It also supports a rich array of routing protocols and delivers a range of high-availability hardware and software features.