SG300-52 Continuous Reboot after TCP Congestion Avoidance engaged
I have an SG300-52 gigabit switch that has been constantly rebooting and is effectively unusable.
This started after Enabling TCP Congestion Avoidance, specifically:
Turned on TCP CA
Saved Running Config -> Startup Config
Since then the switch has been rebooting roughly every half a minute, and the management (HTTP) interface is inaccessible. In addition the factory reset (i.e. reset button for greater than 10 seconds) does not make a difference.
I suspect that there is some bug with TCP CA that causes the switch to fail to start up, and that factory reset has failed to clear the startup config.
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