The voltage problem is a common bug. It's normally correlated to high usage. If you're concerned about it you have the the VG248 replaced, but it should just be a cosmetic bug related to the power supply.
I would troubleshoot your L2/L3 network, as it sounds like you may have a duplicate IP address or something of the sort.
DO you think it is a connectivity problem that would keep it restarting, because I removed the ethernet cable completely, and I was connected to it only using the console cable and it still kept restarting.
When i connected it back to the switch as in normal operation, I would get a duplex mismatch message.
3d09h: %CDP-4-DUPLEX_MISMATCH: duplex mismatch discovered on GigabitEthernet3/28 (not half duplex), with VGCGW0653d6b50a Ethernet0/0 (half duplex).
Although the VG is configured for 100 Full Duplex, i tried every combination, even configuring half dplex at different speeds, and i then left it for autonegotiate for both sides, and it was set for 100 Full-Duplex!!!! and even then, the same problem of port going down and the entire VG restarting continued.
I don't think there is a L2/L3 problem because I'd previously removed the the ethernet cable and flushed the CDP table, and the ARP table on the core switch and tried pinging and there was no duplicate IP.
and when I remove the cable altogether, it starts off good with the load, then right in the middle of everything, i hear this "click" then it restarts and it just keeps on restarting, which is not normal.
I had even suspected a L1 problem so I changed more than one cable, but still not progress.
In addition to the OS upgrade, I restored it to factory defaults once, but still nothing changed.
I am not sure if there is something wrong with the software.
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