There are more often reboots occur in routers with less memory (512MB or 1GB for example) and there are no reboots on the router with 2Gb memory. In this case I must to bought 2GB memory on all routers just because OS can't use more than 10% from all installed memory bank. Do you think it's OK?
It's not true, I posted a screenshot to prove it, I can post more. This is just in your router. We have plenty of X86 devices and we don't have this problem. If a router rebooted, the reason will be written in the log. Read it and see the cause. Or send the supout.rif to support and we will see reason reboot
I've do so already, send supout.rif, but the answer was "it's your hardware problem". I have 4 different hardware configuration.
there is nothing in my log after reboot, just "mar/31/2009 12:24:42 system,error,critical router was rebooted without proper shutdown" but it's not a power fault.
maybe I could turn on some debug to find out the reason?