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Job to reload switches

What is the best/only way to create a job to reload several switches at once?

I was thinking to go to RME,config mgmt, netconfig jobs, and create and adhoc job that says reload. Is there a better option?

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: Job to reload switches

Yes and no. Go to Netconfig, and create an ad hoc job to deploy a "reload at" command. Assuming all of the switches have NTP, they will all reload at the exact same time. If you scheduled a Netconfig job to actually perform the reload operation, not all the switches would reload at exactly the same time.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Job to reload switches

Yes and no. Go to Netconfig, and create an ad hoc job to deploy a "reload at" command. Assuming all of the switches have NTP, they will all reload at the exact same time. If you scheduled a Netconfig job to actually perform the reload operation, not all the switches would reload at exactly the same time.

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Re: Job to reload switches

Sounds good. I don't really need them to reboot at the exact same time, but close, just wanted to confirm that this was the best way to accomplish this. Thanks.

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