Posted 19 August 2014 - 06:29 PM
I know this is stating the obvious, but experience tells me I need to get it out of the way. Have you confirmed that the router is plugged into one of the 5 outlets on the left side as you look at the rear panel. Which are the only 5 that are battery backed up outlets. Not one of the 5 on the right which are surge protected only?
And yes I have in the past had the same experience with a Bay Networks router that rebooted with power blips that didn't drop enough to kick in battery backup. So your theory could be correct. It's also possible one of the outlets could be wonky. Try changing the outlet for the router with something less susceptible to power fluctuations. If you have all 5 backed up outlets in use. If all 5 are not in use use a different outlet for the router.
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