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# 251314 18-Jun-2019 20:32
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It's second time it's happened, had 2degrees for about 8 months.

 

 

 

Unplugging and plugging back in Fritz fixes it. The WLAN light flash's like mad - 2 to 3 times a second and no device can pick up a wifi signal.

 

Internet is still working as phone calls were made while in this state on Phone Plus.

 

Have goggled, but results only return about power light flashing. Unplugging fritz deleted the logs so I will plug something in with ethernet and look at logs next time before unplugging.

 

Is it anything to worry about or is it something expected for something constantly plugged in?

 

Cheers.


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  # 2260508 18-Jun-2019 20:59
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You could try upgrading the firmware, under system -> update on mine. My 7390 is stable, and it's on a UPS so it's very rarely turned off.




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  # 2260531 18-Jun-2019 21:21
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Fritz OS is 7.01 installed 7-3-2019, says it's the latest one. Model number 7560.

 

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  # 2260546 18-Jun-2019 22:09
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2 x in 8 months is nothing to worry about restart the router and move on


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  # 2260558 18-Jun-2019 23:22
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Yip this is nothing worth worrying about. Once every few months is to be expected and pretty good going really.



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  # 2260614 19-Jun-2019 01:59
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Ok, thanks for replies - I'll let it go, and not worry unless becomes more frequent.


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