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  1. #1
    Gunner
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    NetGear WGR614 v2

    This router hangs every 2-4 weeks.
    A hard boot resolves the problem

    Firmware is V2.16RC4_1.0.2 updated a few weeks ago.

    Any suggestions how to resolve the problem.

    RQ




  2. #2
    Norman Peelman
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    Re: NetGear WGR614 v2

    Gunner wrote:
    > This router hangs every 2-4 weeks.
    > A hard boot resolves the problem
    >
    > Firmware is V2.16RC4_1.0.2 updated a few weeks ago.
    >
    > Any suggestions how to resolve the problem.
    >
    > RQ
    >
    >
    >


    My v6 started overheating and would enter a reboot/self-test loop.
    Replaced it with a RangeMax.


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    Norman
    Registered Linux user #461062

  3. #3
    1PW
    Guest

    Re: NetGear WGR614 v2

    On 02/20/2009 03:37 PM, Norman Peelman sent:
    > Gunner wrote:
    >> This router hangs every 2-4 weeks.
    >> A hard boot resolves the problem
    >>
    >> Firmware is V2.16RC4_1.0.2 updated a few weeks ago.
    >>
    >> Any suggestions how to resolve the problem.
    >>
    >> RQ
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >
    > My v6 started overheating and would enter a reboot/self-test loop.
    > Replaced it with a RangeMax.


    I had a similar experience with my Linksys WRT310N Router that I sat on
    top of my Linksys BEFCMU10 Cable Modem. The router failed within a few
    hours after initial setup and was physically hot to the touch. I
    finally set the Cable Modem on its side, away from the router, which I
    suspended from an elevated makeshift wire stand.

    My router is now warm to the touch but no longer hot to the touch.

    Pete
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  4. #4
    Norman Peelman
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    Re: NetGear WGR614 v2

    1PW wrote:
    > On 02/20/2009 03:37 PM, Norman Peelman sent:
    >> Gunner wrote:
    >>> This router hangs every 2-4 weeks.
    >>> A hard boot resolves the problem
    >>>
    >>> Firmware is V2.16RC4_1.0.2 updated a few weeks ago.
    >>>
    >>> Any suggestions how to resolve the problem.
    >>>
    >>> RQ
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>

    >> My v6 started overheating and would enter a reboot/self-test loop.
    >> Replaced it with a RangeMax.

    >
    > I had a similar experience with my Linksys WRT310N Router that I sat on
    > top of my Linksys BEFCMU10 Cable Modem. The router failed within a few
    > hours after initial setup and was physically hot to the touch. I
    > finally set the Cable Modem on its side, away from the router, which I
    > suspended from an elevated makeshift wire stand.
    >
    > My router is now warm to the touch but no longer hot to the touch.
    >
    > Pete


    My RangeMax is now just slightly warmer than room temp.


    --
    Norman
    Registered Linux user #461062

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