Get to know one of the best wireless routers, Ruijie RG-WS6108

Ruijie RG-WS6108

The need for the internet is now very important. Not just for personal needs, professional needs such as companies or businesses today really need the internet. To set up internet in an office, for example, of course you need a computer network, and one of the components is the Ruijie RG-WS6108 which is a wireless router.

Before discussing about the product from Ruijie, it is important to know what is called a computer network and also what is in a computer network. Here is the full explanation!

Get to know computer networks in advance

Today’s computer network is one of the basic needs if you want to create an office that contains various kinds of computer devices that will be connected to each other. This computer network is often known as a topology. The simplest computer network topology that you may ever find is in an internet cafe.

However, what is called a computer network actually?

What is a Computer Network

So, what is meant by a computer network is a network formed by connecting two or more computers and other supporting hardware via a communication channel called a computer network. It allows computers to communicate with each other and to share commands, data, etc., including hardware and software resources.

This computer network has its own way of running a network that will not be disconnected, everything is connected to one another to make it a network.

How does a computer network work

In simple terms, the network works by sending data packets through computing devices, such as ethernet cables and routers, routers for example then interpret this data and send it to the relevant destination.

When data is sent over a network it is broken down into small pieces which are the packets, these packets go through a cable to a router, switch or server for example and the data is then sent to you there are so many ways in which a network functions it is difficult to defined in one summary.

What are the uses of computer networks

This computer network has many uses. Without this computer network, it is possible that today’s technological developments will not be as sophisticated as you feel today.

For that, here are some important uses of computer networks that you need to know about.

Operate Virtually

Being on the internet network, inhabited by people who interact, dialogue and exchange ideas, but without having to carry out physical meetings. And actually the inhabitants of cyberspace are not only humans, but also include data, information, electronic mail, ideas and even science.

And you need to know, the internet through computer networks is full of traffic of data and information that is sent and received by the people who carry it out.

Integrate on a Large Scale

Modern network services link physically distributed computer networks. This service can optimize network functions through automation and monitoring to create large-scale networks with high performance. Network services can scale up or down according to demand.

Respond Quickly to Changing Conditions

Today, many computer networks whose work is determined by software. Traffic can be routed and controlled centrally using digital interfaces. This computer network supports virtual traffic management.

Provide Data Security

Computer networks bring solutions for data security. All network solutions come with built-in security features such as encryption and access control. Third party solutions such as antivirus, firewall and antimalware software can be integrated to make the network more secure.

Existing Devices In Computer Networks

To create a computer network, there is a lot of hardware and software needed. These various hardware devices are indeed very necessary in making a professional computer network and of course guaranteed to be very safe.

The following are some of the components in a computer network that you need to know the explanation for.


The first is servers. Server is a computer method that has special services in the form of data storage. The server will store various kinds of documents and provide information for users or visitors.


In short, a router is a device that communicates between the internet and devices in your home that are connected to the internet. As the name suggests, it “routes” traffic between the device and the internet.

NAS (Network Attached Storage)

There is another device called NAS. NAS is a network-attached storage device that allows storage or retrieval of data from a centralized location for authorized heterogeneous network users and clients. The NAS mode is flexible and scalable, meaning when you need additional storage, you can add it to the devices you own.

Wireless Cards

A wireless card or Wi-Fi card is a device that connects to your laptop in either a USB port or a wider card slot. These cards are generally routed to a specific Wi-Fi network, so to use them you must be within range of the wireless Internet signal dedicated to that network.

LAN Card

Some cards, such as PCMCIA cards, can be used in laptops. There are many other ways to connect a LAN card to a computer. Some cards connect via a USB port, some via a PCI port inside the computer, and some are even built into the computer. Most laptops today have integrated LAN cards for both wired and wireless networks.

USB Wi-Fi Adapter

The USB WiFi adapter replaces the computer’s built-in wireless functionality, giving you a faster and more reliable connection to available network signals through the USB port. Since most computers have at least one USB port, you can usually use them on laptops and desktops.


Next is a device called a modem. Modems turn data into signals so they can be easily sent and received over telephone lines, cable, or satellite connections.


A bridge receives all packets and amplifies them all to the other side. Bridges are intelligent devices that allow the passage of only selective packets from them. A bridge only passes packets that are addressed from a node on one network to another node on another network.


A network hub is a node that broadcasts data to each Ethernet-based computer or device connected to it. Hubs are less sophisticated than switches, the latter being able to isolate data transmission to specific devices.


Whereas if a switch, is a device that connects devices (such as computers, printers, wireless access points) in a network with each other, and allows them to ‘talk’ by exchanging data packets. Switches can be hardware devices that manage a physical network, as well as software-based virtual devices.

Network Cable

To connect all devices, we need a network cable. A network cable is a hardware device that is used as a network connection. More simply, a network cable can be interpreted as one of the transmission media used in computer networks so that each computer or device that is incorporated in it can communicate with each other.


As the name implies, the main purpose of a repeater is to “repeat”. Due to the nature of the electric current, the signal will fade in the distance, becoming unreadable at some point. The repeater takes a fading incoming signal and “fixes” it so it can travel further.

Access Points

This device is what acts as a connection portal for other devices in the network. Another definition relates to an access point as a standalone device that functions as a link between a router and a Local Area Network (LAN) to enable device connections.


These are TV system devices in which the signal is not publicly distributed but monitored, primarily for surveillance and security purposes.

Network Video Recorder

Better known as an NVR, this is a special computer that records security surveillance video footage in digital format to a hard drive.

Let’s Discuss More Details About Routers

After all the devices on your network understand, now go into a more detailed explanation about the router. Like this router from Ruijie RG-WS6108, when you understand the meaning of function, type, and how it works, it will be very easy for you to apply it.

Routers have very important controls in a computer network, both complex and simple, which are also very reliable.

Definition of Routers

A router is a device that sends data packets via a network or the internet to their destination, via an implementation known as routing. Routing work occurs at layer 3 (Network layer such as Online Protocol) of the OSI seven-layer protocol stack.

The router has a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) facility, by setting up DHCP, we can therefore share IP addresses, another facility from the router is the NAT (Network Address Translator) which can allow an IP address or internet connection to be shared with another IP address.

Router Function

Routers can be applied to connect many small networks to a larger network, which is called an internetwork, or to divide a large network into several subnetworks to increase performance and also simplify management.

Routers are also sometimes used to connect two networks that use different media (just like a wireless router, which in general except that it can connect computers using radios, it also supports connecting computers with UTP cables), or different network architectures.

How Routers Work

The typical home has a variety of internet-connected devices – personal computers, tablets, smartphones, printers, thermostats, smart TVs and more. Thanks to your router, these devices form a network. Your home router routes internet traffic in and out on that network in the fastest and most efficient way.

The information running on your home network could be email, movies, or a live feed from your baby’s camera, each of which uses a varying amount of bandwidth. Ensuring that information is conveyed quickly and correctly is a big and bigger task. As you add more devices think your Internet of Things is constantly asking your router to do more.

Types of Routers

Routers have many types. you need to know, each router has its own definition, even for its application, there are different things for each type.

The following are some of the most common types of routers and many people use them.

Cable Routers

This type of router is a type that is very common even today. A wired router is connected directly to a computer via a wired connection. They usually have a port connected to the modem to communicate with the internet. Other ports or ports allow the cable router to connect to computers and other devices to distribute information.

Wireless Routers

Often known as a wireless router, a wireless router connects directly to a modem with a cable. This allows it to receive information from and send information to the internet. The router then creates and communicates with your home Wi-Fi network using its internal antennas. It provides all the devices on your home network with internet access.

Core Routers

This router or core router is a computer communication system device and network backbone, which is a device that connects all network devices. It provides multiple fast data communication interfaces. The word “core” refers to the overall physical structure of the network.

Edge Routers

The next type of router is the edge router. An edge router is a special router located at the boundary of a network that allows internal networks to connect to external networks. They are primarily used at two demarcation points: Wide Area Network (WAN) and the internet.

Based on Application

Based on its application, routers can also be divided into 3 types, including:

Application Routers

This type of router is an application that you can install on a computer operating system, so that the computer operating system can work like a router.

Hardware Routers

The second is a hardware router. A hardware router is hardware that has capabilities like a router, so with that hardware you can share IP addresses, hardware routers can be used to share internet networks in an area

PC routers

Furthermore, a PC router is a computer modified in such a way that it can be used as a router. To make a PC router, you don’t have to use a computer with high specifications.

Based on the Mechanism

When viewed from the mechanism, the router can also be divided into three parts, including the following:

Static Routers

Network administrators use static routers, or non-adaptive routers, to determine routes when there is a single route or preferred routes for traffic to reach a destination. Static routing uses a small routing table with only one entry for each destination

Dynamic Routers

In contrast, dynamic routers, sometimes called adaptive routing, are more complex than static routing because they create more possible routes for sending packets through the network. Dynamic routes are typically used in larger, seamless networks where static routers would be cumbersome to maintain and reconfigured frequently. Because dynamic routing is more complicated, it consumes more bandwidth than static routing.

Wireless Routers

A wireless router or wireless router, also known as a Wi-Fi hub, is a small electronic device provided by your internet service provider that allows you to connect to the internet.

Ruijie RG-WS6108

Now we enter into discussing the Ruijie RG-WS6108. The Ruijie RG-WS6108 High-Performance Wireless Controller is designed to support the next generation of high-speed wireless networks. The RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller can be used in Layer 2 or Layer 3 networks to communicate with an access point (AP) without architectural or hardware changes, offering seamless and secure wireless control.

The RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller can manage up to 32 wireless APs by default and a maximum capacity of 320 APs (or a maximum of 640 AP Licenses for Wall APs) with license upgrades.

Existing Features Ruijie RG-WS6108

Following are some very important and interesting features present in Ruijie RG-WS6108:

  • The Ruijie RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller with built-in portal server intelligently identifies the type of smart device.
  • The RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller works closely with the Ruijie AP to offer equal access time for smart devices running different standards such as 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, etc.
  • In high-density wireless LAN, the RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller cooperates with the Ruijie AP to intelligently distribute users among different APs according to the number of users and data traffic in real time.
  • The RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller has a local user database, which offers seamless integration with the built-in portal server, for easy local authentication of wireless users via web authentication.
  • Besides traditional Web Authentication and 802.1X Authentication, the Ruijie RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller also supports PEAP Authentication, SMS Authentication and QR Code Authentication.

Ruijie RG-WS6108 specifications


Model RG-WS6108
Service Ports 8 Gigabit copper ports 2 Gigabit fiber ports (combo)
Management Ports 1 console port
Operating Temperature 0ºC to 45ºC
Operating Humidity 5% to 95%RH (non-condensing)
Storage Temperature -40ºC to 70ºC
Storage Humidity 5% to 95%RH (non-condensing)
Power Consumption <40W
Security Standard GB4943, EN/IEC 60950-1
EMC Standard GB9254, EN301 489
Dimensions (W ×D×H ) (mm) 440 × 200 × 43.6
Weight 2kg
Installation 19-inch rack


Model RG-WS6108
Performance Default Number of Manageable APs 32
Maximum Number of Manageable APs 320 / 640 (for Wall AP)
Maximum Number of Configurable APs 2048
Maximum Number of Manageable Users 10K
802.11 Performance 8Gbps
Maximum Number of Clients Supported by the Built-in Portal 7500
MAC Address Table 16K
ARP Table 12K
IPv6 Neighbour Table 10K
Local Authentication 300 wireless clients
Inter-AC Roaming Switch Time ≤50ms
WLAN 802.11 LAN Protocol 802.11, 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g, 802.11d, 802.11h, 802.11w, 802.11k, 802.11r, 802.11i, 802.11e, 802.11n
CAPWAP Layer 2/Layer 3 network topology between an AP and an AC
Enable an AP to automatically discover an accessible AC
Enable an AP to automatically upgrade its software version from an AC
Enable an AP to automatically download configurations from an AC
Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal
Roaming Intra-AC Layer 2/Layer 3 roaming
Inter-AC Layer 2/Layer 3 roaming
Local forwarding intra-AC Layer 2/Layer 3 roaming
Local forwarding inter-AC Layer 2/Layer 3 roaming
Forwarding Centralized forwarding
Local forwarding
Flexible forwarding based on service
Wireless QoS AP-based bandwidth limiting
WLAN-based bandwidth limiting
Static speed limiting and smart speed limiting based on user
Fair balancing
User Isolation User isolation based on ACs in the whole network
User isolation based on AP
User isolation based on WLAN
Reliability Fast switching between 2 ACs
Multi-AC redundancy (1+1 A/A and A/S, N+1)
Multi-AC clustering (N+N)
Remote Intelligent Perception Technology (RIPT)
Uninterrupted service upgrade
STA Management AP-based STA limiting
SSID-based STA limiting
AP-based load balancing
AP traffic-based load balancing
5G priority access
RSSI threshold
STA RSSI Threshold 0 to 100
STA Idle Timeout 90 to 86,400 seconds
STA Average Data Rate Threshold 8 to 819,200 with the accuracy of 8 kbps
Adjusting Transmit Power of Beacons and Probe Responses Yes
Offline Syslog Yes
RF Management Setting country codes
Manually setting the transmit power
Automatically setting the transmit power
Automatically setting working channels
Automatically adjusting transmission rates
Support blackhole compensation
Support RF interference detection and avoidance
Security IPv4 Security Web authentication
802.1x authentication
PEAP authentication
SMS authentication
QR code authentication
IPv6 Security 802.1x authentication
Web authentication
802.11 Security and Encryption Multi-SSID
SSID hiding
802.11i-compliant PSK authentication
WPA and WPA2
Protection against ARP spoofing
SMP Integration with SMP
Internet Protocols IPv4 Protocol Ping, Traceroute
DHCP Server
DHCP Client
DHCP Relay
DHCP Snooping
DNS Client
TFTP Server
TFTP Client
FTP Server
FTP Client
FTP Client
IPv6 Protocol DNSv6 Client
DHCPv6 Relay
DHCPv6 Server
TFTPv6 Client
FTPv6 Server
FTPv6 Client
IPv6 Ping
Manual tunnel, automatic tunnel
Manual configuration address, automatic local address
IPv6 Traceroute
IPv4 Routing Static routing, OSPF
IPv4 Routing Table Capacity 8K
IPv4 Static Routing Table Capacity 1K
IPv6 Routing Static routing
IPv6 Routing Table Capacity 1K
IPv6 Static Routing Table Capacity 1K
Management Network Management SNMP v1/v2c/v3
Remote probe
Network Management Platform Web management (Smart-web)
RG-SNC management
RILL management
Heat Map diagram
User Access Management Login via console port
Login via Telnet
Login via SSH
Upload to FTP

Why Choose Ruijie RG-WS6108

Ruijie RG-WS6108 Becomes a Solution to Your Router Problems

This router from Ruijie is a solution to your router problems that often experience interruptions and also security problems, of course. The RG-WS6108 Wireless Controller enables role-based network services with advanced security and clustering technology. Clustering technology shares a wireless user database among multiple controllers and allows users to seamlessly roam across different areas in a network.

Best Ruijie RG-WS6108 Router

How come this is the best router you can get? High visibility is the forefront for this wireless router. The RG-WS6108 wireless router enables centralized AP control and management, providing transparency and high visibility.

Ruijie RG-WS6108 Guaranteed

A warranty is the most beneficial thing you can get. Ruijie RG-WS6108 has a long warranty and also guarantees that if there is damage it will be handled quickly without a complicated process.

Ruijie RG-WS6108 Affordable Price

Do you know? Can you get the Ruijie RG-WS6108 with a myriad of helpful features and very good quality at an affordable price? Yes, instead of choosing another brand, Ruijie RG-WS6108 is guaranteed to be cheaper with better quality!


That was a broader discussion about the Ruijie RG-WS6108. With a myriad of interesting features that really help you and a router that is guaranteed to be reliable, you can get it at an affordable price.

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