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Random Restarts on Router

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My isp provided i040-gw router/ap/switch/model restarts randomly.

Wifi is turned off

Seems to happen during YouTube streams and Transfering Data over the network


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5 minutes ago, felix920506 said:

My isp provided i040-gw router/ap/switch/model restarts randomly.

Wifi is turned off

Seems to happen during YouTube streams and Transfering Data over the network

A. It could be due to a lot of bandwith usage so ISP forced to restart it.

B. Router couldnt handle such overload, so suggestion find better one.

I have same issue with my Pirelli DRG125AG provided by my isp, it restarts always when playing games only.


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That's usually overheating, buggy code or a failing device.  Linus actually made a video that's pretty similar.

 

 

46 minutes ago, speed258 said:

lot of bandwith usage so ISP forced to restart it.

That's not really 'a thing'.


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1 hour ago, speed258 said:

It could be due to a lot of bandwith usage so ISP forced to restart it.

I can download ginormous files from external websites and nothing happens 


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My Verizon router used to take a shit when I was torrenting - this is because it had limited RAM. When you fill up the IP tables with a lot of connections it runs out of RAM.

 

Possible your router is suffering the same issue, too many connections. However if you're just watching youtube and copying data over the network that's not very many, you have to be in the 1000s (~2,000 seemed to break my verizon router) to fill up the RAM in most. If it's rebooting the way you described, then it could be a physical problem and time to replace it.

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