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Re: ARGH! Ubnt radios freezing!
I just wish I knew what the hell the cold did to these things. Maybe I could do some kind of contortion to get around it. None of these fixes are making things stable again. Each helps a bit, but nothing is smooth.
It seems that it affects the CPU directly as I can't do anything with the radio when it's frozen. GUI doesn't work, LAN or WLAN side doesn't matter, it doesn't reboot, it just freezes and comes back like nothing happened.
This might sound crazy, does anyone know a simple command line I could issue to these to crank their CPU to the limit for a couple minutes to warm them up? I know starting Airview always worked well for me, but lately I can't do that because of all the firmware screwups, and the fact that it usually never works due to some Java problem (If anyone knows what that's all about too, please let me know)
John GaltForward, MarchPremium
This is what happens when the electronic components used are commercial temperature rated devices (0C to 70C) rather than the more robust industrial rated devices (-40C to 85C).
How do you think that UBNT keeps the radio prices so low? Using more expensive components?