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RVL200 Problem

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by mvictoras, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. mvictoras

    mvictoras LI Guru Member

    Hi to the community,

    I would love if someone could help me.
    I have bought RVL200 for a SOHO solution and configured it as a gateway.
    It also serves as a DHCP server.

    The problem is the following:

    When a new computer powers up, the router "locks" and I must reboot it.
    I cannot understand the reason. The new computer after the DHCP release, takes an IP and afterwards the router locks.

    Originally I thought that there was a problem with the DCHP, so I installed a DHCP server at a debian box and deactivated the DHCP from the RVL200. The problem still exists. If I power up my pc, then the router "locks" and stops responding to pings or to any other request. After the reboot there is no problem. If I reboot my pc, the router works fine. If I leave the pc for 2-3 days shut down, when I power it up again, same problem.

    Firmware version: 1.0.14

    Any suggestions ?
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    A few things you could try.

    1. Reset the router to factory defaults
    2. Try and upgrade to the latest Beta v1.1.2 firmware.
    3. Also try upgrading the network drivers on your PC
    4. change the ethernet cable between PC and the router.
     
  3. mvictoras

    mvictoras LI Guru Member

    I will try it.

    I haven't done it yet, because it is beta and I don't know if it is stable enough.
    The problem exists on every pc I boot up. The first time the router "sees" the pc, the router locks up (maybe a arp problem ?).
    I don't think the cable is the problem. After the reboot, all the netrwork connections are working fine.
     
  4. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    sorry but i you need to get this fixed you HAVE to try everything. if not then expect the same problems.
     
  5. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    well then you are stuck with a crashing router if you are not willing to try this advice. all you ahve seems to do is give an excuse NOT to try them. you have go to illiminate everything with bug hunting.
     
  6. mvictoras

    mvictoras LI Guru Member

    I 'll try them today and inform you. Thanks for the help !
     
  7. mvictoras

    mvictoras LI Guru Member

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