Hi W, Tom We are nearly there. When the camera appears disconnected on my Synology, the ping does not work anymore. You are right, "unplug the network cable and plug it back in" is working and is the thing I want the SG300 to do for me when it detect that the IP camera traffic is null. I use a SG300-10, not PoE unfortunately. If I would know PERL and know how to configure it on Synology, I guess I could program it. But I can't. This is why I try to have the switch to SG300-10 detects that the traffic on the IP CAM port is below a threshold or that the device does not respond to a ping and then perform a "switchxxxxxx# set interface active gi1" or "switchxxxxxx(config-if)# no shutdown" I have launched a separate thread https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2167753 SG300 - PORT MANAGEMENT - Reactivate Suspended Port - can not activate to try to solve the same problem in a different way, but the objective is the same "
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Hello, I have a Synology NAS that is connected to several IP Cameras through a SG300 switch. From time to time the IP cameras become "disconnected" at random When I reboot the switch, the access to cameras is re-established. Problems: it requires an external device to reboot the switch all ports are shutdown while rebooting the switch Q1 Is there a way to program the SG300 to reboot itself automatically every X hours? Q2 Is there a way to automate the following process on the SG300 switch itself. ping a camera every 1 minutes after three unresponsive ping, shutdown and restart the port to which the camera is connected Thanks
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