what do you mean by "same problem"? please email support with more details, we could use some supout.rif files. make sure you run RouterOS v5.16 and latest RouterBOOT firmware.We've had the same problems with 433GL boards.
please send supout.rif files to support, we might be able to see what happened thereWe have a box of 433GL that are unstable: rebooting, randomly unable to connect to them via Winbox (MAC/IP). We tried netinstalling to 5.16, upgraded fw to 2.39. Nothing helped.
Regarding specifically the RB433GL, could you please check what CPU frequency they are running at? If at 800MHz, could you try to lower to standard 680MHz?We have a box of 433GL that are unstable: rebooting, randomly unable to connect to them via Winbox (MAC/IP). We tried netinstalling to 5.16, upgraded fw to 2.39. Nothing helped.
So does that mean they just fixed the counter to stop counting or the problem that causes the counting and reboots?Next RouterOS version will include fix for your problem,
What's new in 5.18 (2012-Jun-05 10:50):
*) fix bad block count not to increase on Samsung K9F1208U0C nand;
I'm interested in more detail on the issue above, as I have numerous RB450G's in the field. Is there a thread about this somewhere?In addition, many RBs that have the Atheros 8316 switch (like RB450G, RB493G etc.) suffer from ethernet interface failures under heavy load that makes these boards more unreliable. And definitely this issue cannot be fixed by software updates.
I'm from Slovakia, in the middle of Europe. (not Slovenia )DogHead,
What country are you in? I am just wondering if this problem is localized to the US power supplies.
I can duplicate this problem with all of my RB411GL stock. It seems that the Flash is glitched anytime you remove power. Up until that time, the RouterBoards are running fine. After that, "system check-installation" shows CRC errors.
That is not the same and probably just a bad cell or two on your flash that corrupted the ROS kernel. All flash based equipment can have that problem. Thankfully Mikrotik made Netinstall which addresses this.I recently had the same problem with my RB433AH. It stopped booting and I had to reflash it using Netinstall. It did it next day after I upgraded it with R52HN wireless adapter. It was couple of years old unit and I never had any problems with it before.