We had a brief power outage a few days ago that lasted about 10 minutes. After the power was restored, we started to notice that the WiFi would intermittently drop. At first, I thought it was the Ruckus APs that were causing the WiFi to drop. Last night, I just happened to observe the WiFi drop (AP's were blinking) and I rushed over to observe the Switch. The Switch was rebooting. I camped out and watched the Switch for about 10 to 15 minutes and it rebooted again. This has been driving us crazy. We work remotely and rely on the WiFi.
Based on the information it seems that your switch is running in an older version (8080d). To avoid any issues in the future, we suggest you Upgrade the switch to a new latest stable version (8095g version).
The recommended stable version is 8095g.
Below are the options or methods to perform the Upgrade on the switch:
In this option, we will use a pen drive or USB flash drive in which we move the files to the pen drive and connect it to the Switch then through CLI we execute the commands to upgrade the Switch using the following guide as a reference:
How to Upgrade a Switch ICX-7150-C12P using a USB flash drive
The following guide is an example of an upgrade via TFTP server, by using an application (FREE) to send files or upload remote files to a device, in our case, we will use it to update a new version to the Switch, basically it will send the image version remotely from the computer to the switch.
I am following this thread. I have been having exactly same issue since yesterday when we had a power outage for 5 mins. Switch keeps rebooting sometimes at 10-15 mins interval and at other times lasts for couple of hours before rebooting.