why my device "cisco RVS4000" loses settings after some down tim
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Hi Sergey, my name is Johnnatan and I am part of the Small business Support community.
Generally, when any device will have a random, unexpected behavior there are a few causes;Possible software, hardware or electricity issues.
I would recommend to reflash the 18.104.22.168 firmware then factory reset the router. Manually reconfigure it without uploading any config files. If it's not fixed, I would check the electricity components such as the power adapter prongs, how does the power adapter seat to the device, the source of power, swap out the UPS/surge protector and even try a different outlet. Under/over volting a device, unclean firmware install and faulty hardware component are the top contributors to sporadic behavior. If you want to debug it further, you can set up an external syslog server to see the why.
If the problem persists I recomend you call our support team and create a case for your device
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