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    Can you not just web manage into the switch and check the traffic on each port - none of then should max out? Run a wireshark on the network segment and see if anything strange is going on.

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    Even if there's a spike in power it is likely to cause some form of disruption. I would recommend securing a UPS since it compensates for spikes, outages etc - it is quite integral to keeping things going.

    If you have any old UPS units you can get them going by buying the batteries yourself and saving a few bob, otherwise a standard UPS is worth it's value in the long term. (I've even got one for my PC)

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    I think we had found a problem with a switch. We have quickly swapped it out and replaced it and it all seems fine so far today...

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    Quote Originally Posted by newpersn View Post
    I think we had found a problem with a switch. We have quickly swapped it out and replaced it and it all seems fine so far today...
    Oh yeah... it slipped me... my NM mentioned having a similar problem and it was one of the switches.

    Funny thing it didn't give any signs of failure but was the root cause. Replaced and problem solved. I'll ask if any symptoms for sake of curiosity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IT_Ninja View Post
    Oh yeah... it slipped me... my NM mentioned having a similar problem and it was one of the switches.

    Funny thing it didn't give any signs of failure but was the root cause. Replaced and problem solved. I'll ask if any symptoms for sake of curiosity.
    We this switch does a vlan over fibre. But we did get one call this afternoon saying the phones went down but I can't trace that problem. (The guy on our reception isn't the brightness spark in the world)

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