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Netgear WNHDE111 Issue

Posted on 2009-07-03
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Hi,

I have a paired Netgear WNHDE111 5GHZ Access point to Bridge.

The AP keeps turning it self off (or looks like it has as no LED light).  I then have to remove the power lead and reinsert.

I am using the latest firmware - or at least I think I am.  Itts the one released by netgear on Jan 2008 = V1.2.7_1.0.1WW,  January 22 2008

I cant upload any log file, the power off / on erases the logs.

Does anyone have any idea what is going on?

Thank you.

Steve.
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by:mredfelix
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try going back a firmware
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by:SGARLINGE
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Can't it wont let me. Is equal or less than your current version. :-(
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by:SGARLINGE
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So no idea then?  Maybe I'll have to raise a support request with NETGEAR.
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by:SGARLINGE
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I've raised a call with Netgear, I'll let you know what the issue is.
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Issue down to power supply.  Replaced and working fine.
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