RUCKUS T350d

  • T350d Access Point - Front
    T350d Access Point - Front
  • T350d Access Point - Back
    T350d Access Point - Back

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The T350d is an 802.11ax / Wi-Fi 6, 2x2:2 Outdoor AP with MU-MIMO.  The T350d is the most advanced Outdoor AP in its class - enabling multiple use cases of outdoor deployments that are not possible with any other AP.  It is an omni-directional internal antenna AP, perfect for outdoor deployments where Wi-Fi access is needed like Stadiums, Smart Cities, Large Public Venues, Campgrounds, Schools and other outdoor areas.  The AP supports temperatures down to -40C, making it a good fit for extreme weather deployments where Wi-Fi is still critical.  It can be powered in 2 ways: through standard PoE (802.3at) and through DC power.  The DC power input ensures that Meshed outdoor T350d APs are not powered off an unreliable power grid - ensuring that the Wi-Fi outdoor mesh network can continue to function even during grid power outages.

Additionally, the T350d comes with an onboard BLE/ZigBee radio plus a USB port - perfect for supporting all manner of IoT technologies - both today, and any new technologies that come in the future.  The T350d enables multiple different use cases, yet retains a sleek, compact form factor - atypical for an outdoor AP.  The T350d can be deployed as standalone, or managed by ZoneDirector or SmartZone controllers.

Model Name:
T350d
Product Family:
RUCKUS Outdoor APs
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Patches:
SmartZone AP Patch 6.1.2.0.1003 (LT-GD-AP Patch-1003)

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ID Title Version Release Date Edit Date
20210511 RUCKUS AP Aggregation And Fragmentation Attacks Vulnerability (aka “FragAttacks”) 1.1 May 11, 2021 October 15, 2021
20230208 CVE-2023-25717: RUCKUS AP Web Vulnerability (RCE/CSRF) 1.2 February 08, 2023 May 18, 2023
20230731 RUCKUS Unleashed Authenticated Remote Command Execution Vulnerability 1.1 July 31, 2023 August 01, 2023
20231128 CVE-2023-49225: RUCKUS AP Stored Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability 1.0 November 29, 2023 November 29, 2023

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