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Scheduling AP reboots with WLSE

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Oct 20th, 2006
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Is there a way to schedule a reboot of specified APs? No firmware updates or reconfiguration issues here - just scheduling a reboot. Thanks.

Correct Answer by frankzehrer about 10 years 10 months ago

Hi Carlo,


just define a new IOS-template in "Configure -> Templates" a new template named e.g reload_APs and enter the following in the "Costum Values"


reload

y


Then save this template.


Change to the Tab "Jobs", create a new jobtype "Config Regular" enter a jobname e.g reload_1131 and click on "Config Job".

Then follow the steps.

In Step 2 use the previously created template reload_APs and proceed with the steps 3-5.


I have tested this with my 1200, 1231 and 1242.

It is working fine.


Best regards,

Frank


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frankzehrer Mon, 10/23/2006 - 01:33
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Hi Carlo,


just define a new IOS-template in "Configure -> Templates" a new template named e.g reload_APs and enter the following in the "Costum Values"


reload

y


Then save this template.


Change to the Tab "Jobs", create a new jobtype "Config Regular" enter a jobname e.g reload_1131 and click on "Config Job".

Then follow the steps.

In Step 2 use the previously created template reload_APs and proceed with the steps 3-5.


I have tested this with my 1200, 1231 and 1242.

It is working fine.


Best regards,

Frank


P.S. Pleas rate helpfull posts

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