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Rabbitfoot
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Possible issue with RouterOS 6.36 (tile) which seem to cause power boot loop on CCR's

Mon Aug 15, 2016 11:07 am

We have now had a second CCR1036-8G-2S+ router ‘die’ after running RouterOS 6.36. The first landed in a boot loop where the router loads the kernel, then briefly displays ‘starting kernel’ before rebooting. The second was behaving erratically where the ether ports would briefly flap but would otherwise be operational. After factory resetting the second router and leaving it in our workshop over the weekend it is now also in a boot loop this Monday morning.

The first incident happened shortly after upgrading RouterOS 6.36 (running 3.33 firmware) whilst the second router started behaving erratically last week Wednesday with the boot loop starting sometime this last weekend, with factory defaults (no ‘default’ configuration). AKA:
system reset-configuration skip-backup=yes no-defaults=yes

Another really annoying problem with RouterOS 6.36 is that Winbox keeps disconnecting randomly. We have observed the same problem with completely separate routers and PC combinations after upgrading to RouterOS 6.36.
 
austinhci
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Re: Possible issue with RouterOS 6.36 (tile) which seem to cause power boot loop on CCR's

Thu Aug 18, 2016 11:24 pm

I'm having the same issue with SXT 2 routers. pulled them out of the box to configure and upgrade packages. Upgraded them to 6.36 and the are immediately stuck in a boot loop. I've tried hard resetting and booting into netinstall mode and all it does is continue to reboot.
 
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Re: Possible issue with RouterOS 6.36 (tile) which seem to cause power boot loop on CCR's

Wed Jul 03, 2019 8:27 am

Any updates on this issue ?

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