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UC500 Automatic Reboot

Hi All

I would like to have a UC520 automatically reboot (by applying some command on configuration) after every 2 or month continues running and set a time and date frame.

because we have few customers with UC500, UC520, after 3 months they cant make any calls. so we have to do a reboot to solve this problem.

eventhough they have latest firmware installed.

any idea. is it possible.

thanks

shameer

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barry
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Hi Shameer

You should be able to use the CLI reload command to do this:

Barry#reload ?

  /noverify  Don't verify file signature before reload.

  /verify    Verify file signature before reload.

  at         Reload at a specific time/date

  cancel     Cancel pending reload

  in         Reload after a time interval

  reason     Reload reason

  warm       Reload should be warm

 

Check out the "at" and "in" options.

This will only schedule a single reload - so you will need to issue the command again after 2-3 months once each unit has reloaded.

HTH. Barry

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barry
Rising star

Hi Shameer

You should be able to use the CLI reload command to do this:

Barry#reload ?

  /noverify  Don't verify file signature before reload.

  /verify    Verify file signature before reload.

  at         Reload at a specific time/date

  cancel     Cancel pending reload

  in         Reload after a time interval

  reason     Reload reason

  warm       Reload should be warm

 

Check out the "at" and "in" options.

This will only schedule a single reload - so you will need to issue the command again after 2-3 months once each unit has reloaded.

HTH. Barry

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Hi Barry

Thanks for your quick response.

ya its only for single reboot.

I need something for every 3 month, so its not possible on UC then

Regards

shameer

Hi Shameer

I haven't got access to a UC520 where I am at the moment, but it may be possible.

If the UC520 supports kron, then you could create a kron job that executes the appropriate "reload in" command on system startup.

Another option, if you have IP acess to each of the UC520s is to use SNMP to issue the reload from an SNMP monitoring / management station like Solarwinds.

HTH. Barry

Q. How can I reload a router with use of SNMP?OLD-CISCO-TS-MIB tsMsgSend OBJECT-TYPE -- FROM OLD-CISCO-TS-MIB SYNTAX Integer { nothing(1), reload(2), messagedone(3), abort(4) } MAX-ACCESS read-write STATUS Mandatory DESCRIPTION "Sends the message. The value determines what to do after the message has completed." ::= { iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprises(1) cisco(9) local(2) lts(9) 9 }

A. Follow this procedure:

tsMsgSend = .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.9.9 from the 

On the Cisco router, you must set these commands to support the reload command:

snmp-server community private RW    
snmp-server system-shutdown

This example reloads the router with IP address 10.16.99.55:

# ./snmpset 10.16.99.55 private .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.9.9.0 i 2

!--- This is an explanation of the variables that this command uses.

          10.16.99.55 = ip address of your router
               private = R/W SNMP Community string of your router
.1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.9.9.0 = tsMsgSend SNMP MIB OID
                     i = Integer as defined SYNTAX in the MIB
                     2 = reload command as defined in the MIB

Hi Shameer

I haven't got access to a UC520 where I am at the moment, but it may be possible.

If the UC520 supports kron, then you could create a kron job that executes the appropriate "reload in" command on system startup.

Another option, if you have IP acess to each of the UC520s is to use SNMP to issue the reload from an SNMP monitoring / management station like Solarwinds.

HTH. Barry

Q. How can I reload a router with use of SNMP?OLD-CISCO-TS-MIB tsMsgSend OBJECT-TYPE -- FROM OLD-CISCO-TS-MIB SYNTAX Integer { nothing(1), reload(2), messagedone(3), abort(4) } MAX-ACCESS read-write STATUS Mandatory DESCRIPTION "Sends the message. The value determines what to do after the message has completed." ::= { iso(1) org(3) dod(6) internet(1) private(4) enterprises(1) cisco(9) local(2) lts(9) 9 }

A. Follow this procedure:

tsMsgSend = .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.9.9 from the 

On the Cisco router, you must set these commands to support the reload command:

snmp-server community private RW    
snmp-server system-shutdown

This example reloads the router with IP address 10.16.99.55:

# ./snmpset 10.16.99.55 private .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.9.9.0 i 2

!--- This is an explanation of the variables that this command uses.

          10.16.99.55 = ip address of your router
               private = R/W SNMP Community string of your router
.1.3.6.1.4.1.9.2.9.9.0 = tsMsgSend SNMP MIB OID
                     i = Integer as defined SYNTAX in the MIB
                     2 = reload command as defined in the MIB
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