Greetings, we operate a number of 2106 WLC's some of which are in training centres, we have been requested by one customer that the SSID used for the users in the training rooms is only enabled between the hours of 9am - 6pm Monday to Friday.
As such im trying to find an automated method of disabling said WLAN automatically outside of these hours including weekends.
Im aware that the commands:
config wlan disable "WLAN ID"
config wlan enable "WLAN ID"
Can be used to perform the required function but getting them to trigger at the appropriate time is proving more of a challenge.
Has anyone attempted something like this before, if so could you provide a few pointers on how to achieve it? SNMP Perhaps?
You can use Kiwi CatTools. Its a switch/router management software made for such purposes(timed script execution to take backups for instance). It
is free for up to 20 devices.
Just create a script that logs in using telnet/ssh and then execute the disable commands.
Create a second script with the enable commands