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ahmet82
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Rb5009 required daily reset

Sun Oct 16, 2022 5:49 pm

Hello

I had a hex s. Never had a problem. Never required a restart. Recently, i switched to rb5009. Upgraded to latest software and firmware. Manually installed the same config. Everything worked for a week.

Now, almost every day, some devices become unaccessible. They become accessible again after i reboot the router.

What can be the problem? How can i debug this? It feels like router stops routing after a while to certain devices, networks etc. has anyone experienced anything like this?
 
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Re: Rb5009 required daily reset

Sun Oct 16, 2022 6:39 pm

What does “manually installed the same config” mean?

I have 2 x RB5009 and have no issues at all. I think your config has some sort of problem.
 
ahmet82
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Re: Rb5009 required daily reset

Sun Oct 16, 2022 7:09 pm

I meant i exported from hex s. And line by line executed on rb5009. No fancy migration of any sort.

I know this is not usual and most likely not many people have to reboot for any reason. I am asking what may be a reason for it? How can i debug
 
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Re: Rb5009 required daily reset

Sun Oct 16, 2022 7:15 pm

Debugging is done by using the log (and extending specifiic parts to the log).
But a good start is to share your config (make sure there is no information in it): /export hide-sensitive

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