We have a 6 month old ruckus p300 bridge connecting 2 buildings. we came in one morning to find all devices behind the nonroot side of the bridge lost connection. the root side at our main building communicates with the nonroot but now traffic beyond the nonroot never makes it to our switch/devices at the second location. We think it may be an issue with the ethernet port that goes from the nonroot to the switch at our second location. Is there any way to test the ethernet port on a ruckus p300? The ethernet that runs from the nonroot bridge to the switch is a heavily shielded cat 6 that was working without issue. Can something cause this cable to become faulty? The bridges all report back with no errors. Any suggestions?