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Schedule restart the router

Schedule restart the router

Schedule restart the router

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Hi all,

Since my Cisco 25xx router has some problem. I need to cold boot it for a certain period of time. Is there any command that I can setup in the configuration file. Then, it can reboot automatically. Let's say once per day at midnight. Please help. Thanks.

RE: Schedule restart the router

What problem are you having? I have looked at some books and on the cisco web sites and I could not locate any info on this. I will look further, I wonder if installing say a electrical timer maybe a tempy answer.

Jeter@LasVegas.com

RE: Schedule restart the router

reload in hh:mm

RE: Schedule restart the router

you can also use the command
reload at hh:mm

RE: Schedule restart the router

Croth is very correct, you can also use the reload command at enable mode: reload at hh:mm

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MCP/CCNA/CCNP

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