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Wireless router keeps rebooting

I configured a Cisco Aironet C1200 Wireless Access Point, Installed it and it was working fine. But couple of month passed it started to give errors.

So took from the site to check the configuration again and it keeps on rebooting while connecting locaaaly via Console cable.

Is there a possible to solve these problem?

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Re: Wireless router keeps rebooting

This issue can occur when any extended burst of traffic (39 frames or more in less than one microsecond) is received by the Ethernet port on the Cisco Aironet 1200 Series Access Point (AP).This issue may also be seen on any very busy network where load will be more.

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Re: Wireless router keeps rebooting

Do you have a bug ID to support this claim?

It's physically impossible to "receive 39 frames or more in less than one microsecond", due the speed of fast ethernet, the max numbers frames that can be received in one microsecond, is approximately 0.14.

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Re: Wireless router keeps rebooting

So is it possible to solve the Problem or do I get a new hardware??

Re: Wireless router keeps rebooting

Hi,

There's nothing much to see from the error. If you have an active maintenance it is best to log a case.

If you have configured to send log to a remote syslog, historical logs can provide you more info. Sometimes hardware problem will generate logs long before the hardware will actually fail.

Regards,

Dandy

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