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vSZ 5.2.1.0.515 (GA) Software Release (KVM qcow2 image)

This Virtual SmartZone (vSZ) system version 5.2.1.0.515 (GA) consists of the following (KVM qcow2) build:

- Controller Version: 5.2.1.0.515
- Control Plane Software Version: 5.2.1.0.383

- AP Firmware Version: 5.2.1.0.698


Before upgrading vSZ, verify that the virtual machine meets the latest minimum system requirements as described in the SmartZone 5.2.1.0.515 (GA) Release Notes

Before upgrading vSZ to 5.2.1.0.515 (GA), update to the Application Recognition and Control v1.470.1 signature package file, found here.

Added:
2020-08-03 07:39:45 PM
Availability:
All Users
File Type:
QCOW2
File Name:
vscg-5.2.1.0.515.qcow2
File Size:
2 GB
MD5 Checksum:
596c3015e95ff5a0b5bcd81ec0ec2e4d

vSZ 5.2.1.0.515 (GA) Software Release (KVM qcow2 image)

Virtual SmartZone - (vSZ)

Note: The Virtual SmartCell Gateway (vSCG) has a new name: Virtual SmartZone (vSZ). Same product, new name.

The Ruckus Virtual SmartZone (vSZ) is an NFV-based and cloud-ready WLAN controller for service providers and enterprises ready to elevate their WLAN deployment to the next level of flexibility, resiliency, andscale. vSZ operates in two modes: Essentials and High-Capacity.

Enterprises will find that the Essentials mode (vSZ-E) delivers world-beating Wi-Fi performance in an incredibly easy to manage and cost-effective package that’s friendly to both virtualized and/or distributed environments.

Managed Service Providers deploying the High-Capacity mode (vSZ-H) in their data center will experience a scalable carrier-class Wi-Fi rollout brimming with unique service provider features ready to back up their service level agreements. 


Virtual SmartZone - (vSZ) - Federal

Note: The Virtual SmartCell Gateway (vSCG) has a new name: Virtual SmartZone (vSZ). Same product, new name.

The Ruckus Virtual SmartZone (vSZ) is an NFV-based and cloud-ready WLAN controller for service providers and enterprises ready to elevate their WLAN deployment to the next level of flexibility, resiliency, andscale. vSZ operates in two modes: Essentials and High-Capacity.

Enterprises will find that the Essentials mode (vSZ-E) delivers world-beating Wi-Fi performance in an incredibly easy to manage and cost-effective package that’s friendly to both virtualized and/or distributed environments.

Managed Service Providers deploying the High-Capacity mode (vSZ-H) in their data center will experience a scalable carrier-class Wi-Fi rollout brimming with unique service provider features ready to back up their service level agreements. 


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