We've contacted our supplier who's investigating the issue, but so far no result.
We've replaced the failing pix with a spare one, we do receive the same behaviour.
The problem seems to be related to the number of 1550 block which are all used. According to doc this number of block is increased automatically to max of 8000. When full, packets are dropped, looks like our pix is just hanging himself and reboots without increasing this number of blocks.
Any suggestions would be welcome. We're kind of a hurry since we don't dare to touch the operational one.
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