We have a mikrotik in AP mode with 3 Mikrotik clients. Now from time to
time someone needs to give the AP a hard reboot. (Switch power off for
30 seconds and then put it back on) Now the AP doesnt stop responding
it is still accessable from the one client but the other two clients stop
Has someone else experienced this? This happens about once a month
or so and the 2 clients immediatly connect straight after the AP has been
I am running those packages at the moment. Now I know I am supposed
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0 routeros-rb500 2.9.25 1 system 2.9.25 2 wireless 2.9.25 3 X rstp-bridge-test 2.9.25 4 X ntp 2.9.25 5 routerboard 2.9.25 6 X webproxy-test 2.9.25 7 X wireless-legacy 2.9.25 8 X hotspot 2.9.25 9 X dhcp 2.9.25 10 X ppp 2.9.25 11 X routing 2.9.25 12 X routing-test 2.9.25 13 security 2.9.25 14 advanced-tools 2.9.25
to upgrade to the new version but the Mikrotiks are about 8 hours drive
away from me so I would like to refrain from doing anything that might
Is there a known issue with the OS of that version that would cause this ?
Or is it possible that it might be powersurges / dips.