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Cisco 340 & 350 'Warm Reboot'

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Aug 26th, 2002
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Is there a way you can have 340's & 350's do a warm reboot without having to go in each AP? I know if you do a firmware upgrade it will automatically reboot the AP, but if you have a mix environment of 340's & 350's will doing a 'distribute firmware' upgrade have any affect on the other model?


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blue.modal Tue, 08/27/2002 - 17:55
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You could:

- Power cycle at the Power-over-Ethernet modules

- Use SNMP set command for reboot to each IP

- Use Wavelink's software


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Scott Fella Wed, 08/28/2002 - 17:45
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Thanks! I just ended up doing a distribute firmware.

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