I recently purchased a RVS4000 router for my business to replace a power hungry open-source PC based setup. The RVS4000 covers all my needs in respects to Firewall, VPN, VLAN and the IPS system which seems to be very good.
The only thing i noticed, and which is both very irritating and productivity-interfering, is that the unit does periodically freeze - internet traffic does slow to snail speed, ping does time out, the admin interface locks up etc. This seems to happen with a interval of about 5-10 minutes. I also have a site-to-site VPN link to another location, which does also freeze up during these "lockups". After about a minute or so it seems to release whatever it is slowing it down and it again works like a blast for 5-10 minutes...
I have tried upgrading to the latest firmware (22.214.171.124) with no apparent difference, several power cycles, reset etc. I have also tried to disable the IPS, VPN Tunnel and all other security features, and logging without any apparent difference.
Is this a common problem with these units, or is it my unit that is faulty? If it is a common problem, what can be done to fix it?
I recognize this post is about a year old, but I bought a Cisco RVS4000 a couple months ago, have it upgraded to the most recent firmware, and I am having this same freezing problem where internet access goes out and I can't login to the router. A power cycle fixes the problem, but only temporarily and it is a countdown until when the router will freeze up again.
Please let me know how you resolved this problem so I can put and end to the network crashes.
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