Ruckus ZF7372 AP requires to be stand alone router to work with a WAD server that has its DHCP server disabled. That would be the case when using WAD-110 or 120 server with its DHCP server disabled or using WAD-104 always since the WAD-104 does not have a DHCP server.
But many Ruckus products are available with firmware which does not allow the APs to become stand alone routers. They require upgrade of firmware and here is the instruction on how to upgrade the firmware particularly for the Ruckus ZF7372 AP.
Download the stand alone firmware 18.104.22.168.32 and firmware 22.214.171.124.1347 into your PC.
Unzip them to .bl7 files.
Connect the ZF7372 AP via LAN to a router LAN port to be assigned an IP address. Power the ZF7372 using a 12V PSU directly into the ZF7372 AP. Wait until the power light indicator will become solid green.
Connect your PC via LAN to the router LAN port
Find the IP address assigned to the ZF7372 AP by the router by entering the Admin account of the router from your PC. The IP address can be found in the DHCP Client List inside the admin account.
If the IP address does not show, reset the ZF7372 AP by pressing the Reset button for 7 seconds.
Next enter the Admin account of the ZF7372 AP. The ID and Password in default are “super” and “sp-admin”.
If an error message “client and server don’t support a common ssl protocol version” appears in the browser, switch the browser to Firefox or Opera and continue.
Go to Upgrade in the left column menu. Select “Local” and select the file 126.96.36.199.1347.bl7 from your PC. Press Upgrade.
Wait until the upgrade is complete. Then login again to the Admin account of the ZF7372 AP. Go to Upgrade in the left column menu. Select “Local” and select the file 188.8.131.52.32.bl7 from your PC. Press Upgrade.
When done, disconnect the ZF7372 AP from the LAN and power connections.
The upgrade is complete. The ZF7372 AP is now ready to be configured for use with a WAD server following the instruction.