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Datenschutz Nutzungsbedingungen. Said that my gb ethernet has been working well for the past 3month , this weird issue came up after I changed the router: every half an hour my 2 dgsd switches reboot! My provider keeps saying the issue is on the switch side, which sounds reasonable 'cause I don't really know how and why a router could ever force a switch to reboot itself, but why are the switches working well with a netgear router and not working with the Lancom? If anyone has an idea how to move on finding out what the real issue could be, I would really appreciate that, 'cause this thing is driving me nuts. Thanks Giogio p.


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