I have a SF 200-24P Cisco switch that seems to be rebooting constantly, When i connect it to mains power it seems to go through a startup cycle, in this order - i have tried this with no network devices attached and the same thing happens
1. Fan starts - continously runs
2. Very quick flash of all RJ45 ports.
3. After about 30 seconds, any network devices connected have an acticity light
4. After about another 45 seconds, all ports light up including the activity and POE orange LEDs for about 5- 10 seconds then go off.
5. About 10 seconds later the ports all light up again and stay on for about 5 seconds.
6. All ports go off and the cycle keeps repeating continously.
I have tried pinging the switch without success.I have also tried disconnecting all devices from each port with no success.At no time does the system LED on the left light up.I have tried resetting to factory default with reset pot on the left side.This is a brand new shipped switch from our cisco supplier, could it be DOA?
I have a set up with an 5508 controller and some AP1141.i get this in the log
LogSystem TimeTrap0Tue Oct 12 14:50:23 2010AP's Interface:0(802.11b) Operation State Up: Base Radio MAC:e8:04:62:60:76:50 Cause=Radio reset due to Init. Status:NA1Tue Oct 12 14:50:23 2010AP 'APf866.f292.b28e', MAC: e8:04:62:60:76:50 disassociated previously due to AP Reset. Uptime: 0 days, 00 h 26 m 38 s . Last reset reason: power loss.2Tue Oct 12 14:50:23 2010AP's Interface:0(802.11b) Operation State Up: Base Radio MAC:e8:04:62:0b:41:20 Cause=Radio interface reset. Status:NA3Tue Oct 12 14:50:23 2010AP's Interface:0(802.11b) Operation State Down: Base Radio MAC:e8:04:62:0b:41:20 Cause=Radio interface reset. Status:NA4Tue Oct 12 14:50:20 2010AP's Interface:0(802.11b) Operation State Up: Base Radio MAC:e8:04:62:0b:41:20 Cause=Radio reset due to Init. Status:NA5Tue Oct 12 14:50:20 2010AP 'APf866.f292.b2f2', MAC: e8:04:62:0b:41:20 disassociated previously due to AP Reset. Uptime: 0 days, 00 h 26 m 44 s . Last reset reason: power loss.6Tue Oct 12 14:49:52 2010AP's Interface:0(802.11b) Operation State Up: Base Radio MAC:e8:04:62:60:84:10 Cause=Radio interface reset. Status:NA7Tue Oct 12 14:49:52 2010AP's
The ap's are powered from a 3560 poe switch, have movet the ap's to another switch, same problem Controller is running 22.214.171.124
I have an RV016 V3 with firmware 4.2.1.02 that is constantly rebooting making it unusable. I have one LAN connect and 3 WAN's, 2 DSL's and one Cable Internet in a load balance config. I have tried firmware 4.2.1.01 and it reboots also. do I get and RMA from Linksys and send this pig back?
I just installed a refurb'd 3560 48 port POE switch and configured all ports on VLAN100. All Polycom IP 430 phones (with power adapter and without power adapter) constantly reboot every couple minutes. Any Cisco 7960 phone does not constantly reboot and works correctly. When I plug a small unmanaged switch into a 3560 port and then plug the Polycom phone into the unmanaged switch powering the phone with a power adapter, the phone works correctly. So it seems that the 3560 is causing the Polycom to reboot.
I have a WBR-1310 D-link and was in setup this morning trying to fix my password cause the old one stopped working. Somehow I changed the password and no longer have access to the settings to change it to one that I can use to log on with my other wireless devices!!! Is there a way I can reset the whole thing? I mean something that makes sense to someone who is new to wireless internetting?
My DIR-655 keeps rebooting multiple times per day. Something in the order of 10-15 times per day. This is not under any heavy load. It's plugged into a decent battery backup providing good clean power. I initially thought its overheating, so I had a fan blow on it all day long, without any change in the issue.
I loved this router when it was working correctly (3+ years). Any way to figure out the cause for the reboot?
I just got a DIR-655, and I got it working, with some effort. However, the wifi stops connecting to the internet every few hours and requires a reboot. Only a reboot of the wifi portion of the router's software, I go to Manual Wireless Connection Setup and save it without changing anything. LAN connections don't experience this.
I have a WBR-1310 router that for the past few weeks has been giving me 'limited access' issues at psuedo-random intervals. The router functioned perfectly for a long time, I dug it out of storage about 8 months ago, and up until Christmas it was working fine, then both my roommate and I got tablets. Now our router is supporting 6 devices (PS3, 360, lappy, 2 tablets, smartphone) and occasionally more (other peoples phones, roommates laptop once he gets it repaired). However my research online has led me to believe that I should be able to support near unlimited wireless devices on the network (though effectively only around 30). Still, these extra two tablets are the ONLY change to the network that happened immediatly prior to this problem starting.Now I find that when I'm home alone I can go for the whole day with no network issues, but as soon as my roomy gets home and starts to use his devices the network craps out. unplugging the router and modem for 30 seconds fixes the problem temporarily, though the time before it craps out again ranges from hours to minutes.
I CAN plug my lappy into the modem directly when the router is not functioning and still have internet access, so it's definitely the router with the issue.All devices except for the PS3 are using wireless. I've done a hard reset to the router and set it back to factory settings on two occasions, I've changed the SSID and passphrase to get others off the network, I've changed the security type twice, I've tried some suggestions for similiar problems online such as enabling 'gaming mode' on my routers homepage, and setting a custom IP address (I used 10.0.0.1).Over the last 72 hours or so (the problem has existed for a few weeks) I've also received a few messages about my laptop having an IP address conflict; unsure if that is related, but I'm still able to access the internet when I get that message (albeit slower than average) [code] I will update this with another ipconfig the next time my internet dies; which I'm sure will be sometime today.
I have a D-Link WBR-1310 modem and for some reason the internet connection drops every 4-5 minutes and then comes back after 30 seconds.I don't know what the problem is. I tried resetting the modem which didn't work. I tried upgrading the firmware from D-Link's website but it says "The version of setting file is not compatible." for the .bin file.
New pc that i built, everything works properly but the internet connection...Windows said i needed the drivers for my router, so i tryed installing them but it said Enable Wired Network Adapter and said to retry after. I don't know what it's talking about. Router is D-Link WBR-1310.
The wireless is just beyond my computer's ability to detect. I have a D-Link WBR 1310 Router hooked up to a high gain wireless antenna-yes, clear line of sight. I have no direct access to our community modem or ISP.
My D-link wireless router (WBR-1310) keeps dropping my internet/email connection. The little green lights are all flashing intermittently except of the one on the far left which stays on. I will have a connection for a little while/few minutes and then it drops.
I purchased the DIR-615 last week, and have experienced intermittent loss of internet connectivity, and automatic rebooting numerous times a day. A solid connection is up for 90% of the time; but you never know when connection will be lost. When connection is lost it automatically comes back after about 5 minutes with the router rebooting itself. I though I would ask for assistance here prior to taking it back to Fry's. I was previously using a 6 year old Linksys, and had no problems for years until it recently decided to die.
DIR 615 Hardware Version I1 Firmware Version 9.01NA (I updated from 9.0)
recently tried to connect a Samsung BD-EM57C blu-ray player to my wireless network. I have a D-Link WBR-1310. Have one desktop, Smart tv currently on network --no problems. Blu ray will find my network but cannot connect. "unable to connect enter ip address manually" which I did. Fail. "enter subnet mask" which I did. Fail. "Ip address taken enter different address" Now what?
I have just started using my D-Link 1310 Router after quite a few years of it laying around. I managed to get as far as connecting my D820 and my Desktop in a basic Network. I have Windows XP Home on both the Desktop and Laptop. The next step I want to accomplish is making the Laptop wireless with my apartment. When I first had the Router, I of course had Technical Support and my Warranty with Dell was still active, so I was walked through the process and took notes. The only file I made note of for this step was installing the driver (US) WLAN Card Rev.A12, but there must be something else that enables the WiFi catcher because I don't have any icon in the System Tray and no way to access it.
I also remember it being necessary to Bridge the Modem and Router, (I believe we did it from the Verizon site). Though I was told recently that Bridging is not used anymore, now they do a thing called "Double Netting"?
i have been living in China for some time and bought a DIR-600M router from DLINK while I was there. While a friend configured it for me and everything was fine, i would love to have an english version of the firmware.... i have searched everywhere but couldnt find any english version for this particular model..I have tried to download and install the American version of the 600 model, but it seems as it does not accept this version as it always jumps back to the chinese version after rebooting....
As I continue to have various issues with my revision A version of the DIR-825, does an updated firmware is in the works? Or has revision A been DE-supported by Dlink?
I'm still having issues with: Share port printer no longer being recognized/usable until router rebootedLoss/overload of router which causes all clients (wired and wireless) to loss connectivity Router rebooting itself periodically
I have recently had trouble with my wireless D-link WBR-1310 Router. Two days ago everything was working fine, my wireless connection from the router to my macbook was fine and the wired connection to my desktop pc was also fine. I went to bed and when I woke up the next day everything was still ok. About 3 hours after I had first turned on the PC that next day my wired connection started spiking and dropping connection frequently, maybe every 5-10 minutes or so. I play world of warcraft and I also use Mumble VoiP Program and my pings in both are over 800 constantly now making it impossible to stay connected to either program. Sometimes it will drop down to regular numbers (25-50ms, I play on eastern servers as I am in NY) but then rapidly jumps back up into the 1,000's. My wireless connection is still fine though nothing has happened to that, only my wired connection is messing up.
I've tried changing my speed and duplex settings on my onboard NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet which is what im using but it hasn't worked. When connecting directly through the modem the problem seems to stop so its definitely the router.
I had an old belkin router and the net worked fine well the router would need to be restarted every week or so. But i got an upgrade and i now have a TP link TD-W8961ND The net is terrible its either there or not. have to keep refreshing pages ect .Could a setting possibly be wrong?
I play Diablo 3 and the lag that is created when the router restarts as well as getting booted, along with apps on my phones locking up are about to make me throw the DLink Equipment against the wall.
FYI - the Comcast modem was just upgraded to the Xfinity Voice modem becuase I puchased two Voice lines last week. The issue was happening before the new modem was insatlled, and after. According to the Comcast Modem's status page (192.168.100.1) the modem has been online for 4 days, 6 hours, and 31 minutes. So I know the modem has not been cycling.
just bought the DIr655 two weeks, everthing was fine except the wireless.almost every day around 6pm the wireless signal are disappear but the internet connection was fine with Lan, and i have to reboot the rounter inorder to get the signal back. i tried update the firmware but it it newest firmware on my rounter.
DLink 655 Fully Upgraded Firmware Multiple Laptops have the same issue, each has a different O/S from OSX to xp, vista and win 7. As soon as any laptop tries to download files, youtube, even web pages... There is nothing wrong with my wired connection. The thing is, each laptop gets disconnected then almost instantly reconnected. It is very annoying.The only thing I have found to fix it is turning off my wireless security completely. This is unacceptable! I am a computer scientist and in the security field. Ive tried WEP with both key sizes, WPA-Personal is what I originally was using before I started changed settings.
I'm having problems with my wireless connection constantly dropping and have set the optimal settings from the sticky's in the forums, nothing has changed this problem.
-Have changed to a empty Channel. (8) - TX and RX packets dropping, also some errors. -All new CAT 6 cabling between router and modem. -Have tried all different wireless modes. -Wired clients are working perfectly. -Changed the DNS servers.
Region : Canada Model : TL-WR941ND Hardware Version : V5 Firmware Version : wr941nv3_en_3_13_9_up(120201) ISP : Teksavvy
This wireless router keeps freezing. It might stay up for 6 hours at the most, then I have to reset it or unplug for 10 seconds to get it to reset. I updated the firmware a few months ago thinking this would solve the problem. It hasn't.
I'm watching a video streamed from my laptop and the signal is constantly being dropped. I suspect the D-Link DES-105. I have another Ethernet switch on the system as well but it is a Gigabit unmanaged switch from D-Link and has worked well with video streams. I've removed the DES 105 from the circuit and videos play fine. Should I dump to DES-105 for another Gigabit switch? SOme say I have a bad cable somewhere but I have tested all and have not found a problem.
I have 2 computers connected to the router (via cable). The problem is that have to reboot the router several times per day because one or both computers lose their internet connection. This happens regardless if one or two computers are turned on.
Router: DIR-615 Firmware version 4.00 Hardware version: D1 Computer1: Win7 64 Computer2: Win Vista 64