I have received several critical alerts from 7201 saying: +2.50 V measured at +2.69.
Three hours later this router died. I tried to turn it back on and off with no luck.
When I came in to work the next day, router in question is up and running. I turned it off and took it to my desk. When I tried to turn it on again, it wouldn't. PSU LED turned green and fans started to spin. However there was no lights in front. Again I left it like this and the next morning the router was fully functional. There is no error messages in the buffer. Does anyone know what is going on? I do not even see voltage errors anymore.
Sounds like the power supply may not be generating a DC voltage due to a failing component inside the PS. Can you swap supplies and see if that could be the reason? If it happens with a new supply, then the router may be failing.
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