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6.23 - system health - is not working properly

Fri Dec 26, 2014 6:16 pm

Good day! after upgrading to 6.23 version system health is not working properly on many models.
But it work properly on new RB SXT - AC models

Please repair this
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Re: 6.23 - system health - is not working properly

Fri Dec 26, 2014 6:33 pm

I forgot say you that input voltage is must show between 22-23V (our input adapter is 24V and 22m of FTP 25AWG cable)
 
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Re: 6.23 - system health - is not working properly

Fri Dec 26, 2014 9:12 pm

It seems to be RouterBOOT problem, not RouterOS. I have same SXT model and I first observed the same problem with RouterOS 6.22. Nothing changed in 6.23. Other unit with 6.18 showed correct values, so I downgraded the first one to 6.18 too, but it did not help, it still showed nonsense. The only difference between the two was RouterBOOT 3.18 (good one) vs. 3.19 (bad one). After downgrading it to 3.18, correct values came back.
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Re: 6.23 - system health - is not working properly

Sat Dec 27, 2014 5:38 pm

Yes. 3.18 BOOT work propertly.
What do you think? Must I write to support about this for repairing in newer versions?
 
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Re: 6.23 - system health - is not working properly

Mon Dec 29, 2014 5:02 pm

What's new in 3.19:
*) fix health monitor for "SXT 5HPnD r2"
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