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WRSV4400n unresponsive after firmware upgrade

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by astute, Mar 25, 2007.

  1. astute

    astute LI Guru Member

    After upgrading my WRSV4400n from 1.0.12 to 1.0.13 using the web interface I got half way through the upgrade a 404 error.
    Second try the same happened. *using wired interface*

    I then decided to reboot the router to try again, and it never came back after the reboot :eek:

    The power and the diag lights are blinking one by one and I can't ping the router, also not when I give my PC a static IP.

    Does anyone have a idea what I can do?

    I tried resetting in it in several ways (15 seconds, off, turn on, 30 seconds reset, 15 seconds off) and 30 seconds while being off, and 15 seconds on, 30 seconds off and 15 seconds on) (just by keep pressing the reset button with a screwdriver)
     
  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Believe it or not,

    I got a similar reaction when someone tried to access the webgui of my wrvs4400n across a vpn tunnel we'd established.

    I have no idea if this will work for you either and may serve no purpose at all but let's try it. Unplug the power from the wall while leaving the other end plugged into the router; let the router sit for about 40mins or longer.

    Again, when mine became unresponsive and wouldn't ping (wired or wireless), I just put it to the side for about 24hrs (I've got 14 other routers to choose from) and came back to it the next day on a whim. Actually, toxic and I were shooting the breeze about how to bring a router back to life, and he wanted me to try something. Strangely enough, when I plugged the wrvs4400n back in, it responded to pings.

    I then reloaded the firmware and all has been right ever since. Again, I can't guarantee this to work, but this is what "I" did..

    Jay
     
  3. astute

    astute LI Guru Member

    After you had it sit out of the wall socket for 40 minutes, you plugged it back in for the 24 hours? Or was it also plugged out for the 24 hours?
     

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