RF overload

NX3Z
NX3Z Posts: 1
I am on my third vmg4927-b50a wireless DSL router.  They appear to be very susceptible to damaged caused by local RF from a ham radio transmitter operating nearby  (Router within 100 feet of rf source antenna.)  Is there any way to prevent this from happening?  

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  • HouliCrab
    HouliCrab Posts: 15  Freshman Member
    Hi
    According to my experience, should be check some info to you.
    Same problem on 3 devices? What kinds of damage? According to my personal experience, if is the device totally shut down and couldn't work, more likely to be a hardward or power issue. If is the wireless performance problem, then might have related to local RF.

  • sandra48
    sandra48 Posts: 1
    edited July 2021
    Press the RESET button for about 5~10 seconds until the router Power LED indicator starts flashing, then you can release your hand. In the meantime, all of the router's LEDs will turn off, and that's normal because the router is rebooting itself. And wait until the bubble shooter Power LED and WiFi LED turn on again, you can try to enter the router GUI again.
  • In my experience, some information should be checked for you.
    Same problem with 3 devices? What are the types of injuries? In my personal experience, if the device is completely dead and no longer working, it is most likely a hardware or thaumcraft power issue. If this is a wireless performance issue, it may be related to a local RF.
  • rwadraa7
    rwadraa7 Posts: 2
    edited December 2021
    Press the RESET button for about 5 ~ 10 seconds until the router's power LED indicator starts flashing, then you can release your hands. Meanwhile, all the LEDs on the router go out and this is normal because the router is restarting. And wait for krnl power LED and WiFi LED to turn on again, you can try to re-enter the router GUI.