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System Reboot Due To Kernal Failure

Sun May 24, 2009 9:26 pm

Hi All,

I am new to MikroTik / RouterBoard systems and need some advice.

I have a Cisco 3725 Router that controls and binds the 4 T1 lines I have comining into my shop, I use ethernet port 1 on this router for my wireless network.

I just purchased a RB-1000u to be the core router for my wireless network and everything is setup and operates just fine with one exception, I get these errors when I plug the RB-1000 into the Cisco 3725.

>system error critical - System rebooted because of kernal failure
>system error critical - router was rebooted without proper shutdown

When I place a switch between the 3725 and the RB-1000 it all works great, as soon as I go direct from the 3725 to the RB-1000 I get this error.

I have tried standard Cables and Crossover cables but I get the same result.

Any ideas would be greatly appriciated,
Thanks,
Dean
 
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Re: System Reboot Due To Kernal Failure

Wed May 27, 2009 6:13 pm

Problem Solved By Support

Auto Negotiation was the problem!

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