Well, the title is pretty self-explanatory, I guess.
Occurs at least on 2 firmware versions (current latest and the previous one). Did factory reset a few times, no luck.
I hope you are doing great.
I would like to know the following:
After checking some documentation this seems to be related to SNMP, so if you are not using SNMP I would like to ask you to call us to 1866-606-1866 so we can open a support ticket for you and investigate further.
Thanks in advanced.
Regarding your questions
>> What is the firmware version is affected?
126.96.36.199 (it was on 188.8.131.52 as well)
>> Do you see any adverse behavior surrounding the logs?
I'm not sure for 100% that it is related, but also the router seems to overheat terribly sometimes (to the degree I can't hold my finger on its bottom) and client connections stuck.
And of course I use SNMP (to monitor basic parameters, speaking of which - CPU usage is quite low almost all the time).
I don't use VPN tunnels.
Ehm... Is it really necessary in 2018 to make an international voice call to open a ticket?