We have been having problem with a couple of new R200 routers that we recently put in service at customer's locations.
Have each router programmed with a single WAN IP.
Also have four separate devices, each with static IP's connected to the four Lan ports.
DHCP is turned off in both R200 Router.
After each router was programmed and put into service, we could easily get into the configuration of each router via the static WAN IP address and the Lan ports
Each router has 128 KB of data continuous coming inbound into each router from the WAN port and flowing through the router to two devices connected to the Lan ports.
Wach router also has 250 KB of continuous data headed outbound from two other devices connected to the two other LAN pors on the back of each router.
Standard NAT configuration.
After each router ran for 4 days, we could no longer log into the routers either via the WAN or the LAN ports.
During the time that we were unable to log into each router, they continued to pass the above data continuously inbound and outbound as I described above, however we could not access either router via the WAN or LAN ports.
Power cycled each router..... and after each router rebooted, we could then easily access each router via the WAN and the LAN ports.
Running the lastest firmware in each router - 4.3.4-R8_201712121026.bin
What is the solution to the above problem?