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Old 13th January 2012, 21:23
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Default Switch crashes

Hello,

I have an HP ProCurve Switch 1810-24G that crashes every Friday since 30 December.

Our Switch is hosted in a Datacenter in which it has air conditioning and regulated power.

Currently we use it for 3 virtualization servers running OpenVZ with about 100 virtual machines (VPS) over Internet.

Events:
Friday 30 Dec. 18H *CRASHED* - Firmware updated to V.2.2
Friday 6 Dec. 14H *CRASHED* - Enabled options: flow control, Storm control, Auto DoS.
Friday 13 Dec. 18H *CRASHED* - ?

Problem Description:
All Switch ports begin to make flashing lights.
To solve the problem we just have to disconnect and reconnect it.
(I attach a screenshot of the network traffic until time of the crash.)

Anyone have an idea of ​​the cause of these chrash?
May you recommend a reference of an good Switch that fits my needs? (to replace this one)

Thanks in advance!
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