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Topic # 151832 6-Sep-2014 21:28
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Hi
Dose any know why two different fritz box modems would have power cycles issue (turns on and turns off again and again ) I thought it was a power adapter stuff but the other one done the same
first is 7270 and second is 7360 😟
Any help would be a grate help

Thanks

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  Reply # 1123426 6-Sep-2014 23:21
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Could be a number or reasons.
What kind of internet activity is occurring when these power cycles happen?




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  Reply # 1123427 6-Sep-2014 23:37
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charsleysa: Could be a number or reasons.
What kind of internet activity is occurring when these power cycles happen?


this.

are you possibly hammering it with too many connections, say, from a torrent client - fritzboxes are normally pretty strong against this though...

we really need more details than.. its power cycling, and i have replaced it with a new one. - apart from indicating its likely caused by a certain way its being used. 




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  Reply # 1123428 6-Sep-2014 23:37
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If your using a bittorrent client to download your linux isos then theres where your problem probably lies... you might be overloading the fritz box with too many udp/tcp connections.

Edit: Ah dam Hio beat me to it.

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  Reply # 1123434 6-Sep-2014 23:56
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You would be doing pretty well to kill a Fritz with too many connections.

I would guess it is just a simple power issue. Otherwise are you opening some common service ports? Could be a DoS attack taking it down.



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  Reply # 1123457 7-Sep-2014 02:04
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No it not even getting to connecting turn power on then the dose cycles I thinking I maybe multi broad picking up or sum thing power
Stump as hell



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  Reply # 1123458 7-Sep-2014 02:06
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charsleysa: Could be a number or reasons.
What kind of internet activity is occurring when these power cycles happen?

None at all hasn't connected yet

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  Reply # 1123459 7-Sep-2014 02:09
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technologynerd: No it not even getting to connecting turn power on then the dose cycles I thinking I maybe multi broad picking up or sum thing power
Stump as hell


oh.

so what your saying, is your simply plugging it in, and its power cycling?


are you sure its actually power cycling? the leds are configurable, and could be not quite indicating what you think.


Try it directly in the wall, the Fritz's are known for having odd issues like high error rates, from powerboards sometimes. - They really like Clean power.. if you have a UPS, ild try it in there too.




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  Reply # 1123460 7-Sep-2014 02:12
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hio77:
technologynerd: No it not even getting to connecting turn power on then the dose cycles I thinking I maybe multi broad picking up or sum thing power
Stump as hell


oh.

so what your saying, is your simply plugging it in, and its power cycling?


are you sure its actually power cycling? the leds are configurable, and could be not quite indicating what you think.


Try it directly in the wall, the Fritz's are known for having odd issues like high error rates, from powerboards sometimes. - They really like Clean power.. if you have a UPS, ild try it in there too.


and then again and again
Just plug and it turns on and off makes wee click that it always dose

Thanks that's what I was thinking I trying to help one of my flat mate it fix it while I am away from dunedin . Thank you β˜Ίβ˜ΊπŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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