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Intermittent LAN Failure


Last month’s feature article focused on finding and resolving intermittent failures. This month’s iATN post is a follow-up of sorts. iATN rock star James from Florida provides a case study of sorts related to identifying the cause of an intermittent system problem, tracking it back to a LAN issue. In his post, James outlines the clues he used to localize the problem and then how he used LAN voltages from the suspect BUS to pinpoint the root cause of the problem. Definitely worth a read:

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