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Is there a way to reboot ALL R710's at once?

New Contributor II
We have approximately 150 R710's deployed. The complex I work at has some power related issues. When this happens AP's come back up and can be communicated with via the webconsole but clients cannot get out to the internet. Typically I just reboot the AP that I see the client connected to and off we go.

What I would like to be able to do, instead of spending most of the day randomly rebooting AP's is just reset all of them at once when I see that we've had a power outage or interruption without having to click 150 blue arrows.

Is there a plan to have this ability implemented or another method to do this that anyone is aware of?

I can't see a way to edit the original post but the command that this script is calling doesn't seem to exist on the SmartZone 100 controller's cli that I am using. Sorry for the confusion.

Copy this into a notepad.  Save it as .sh extension.  then, upload it under the administration, diagnostic as shown above by Daniel.

#AP CLI script Example

#define Zone's AP FW version

#define Model class, only all is supported now.

#CLI commands
reboot now

Then execute it.  You don't have zone, so in your case, it will apply to all APs in the SZ-100.

Hope it helps.

  Oh, and make sure the version of software is correct.

New Contributor II
Hello gentlemen. Sorry for digging this again. The script posted above was working fine. However I would like to schedule running it weekly. This feature wasn't supported in below 5.0 smartzone firmware.Then I upgraded my SZ100 to version 5.1. Unfortunately, this version support schedule script but doesn't allow command "reboot". Is there any other command to reboot access point on 5.x ap firmware?

Hi There,

This is as per current system design. on 5.1 and above version, certain commands are not available to run from script.

There is no other way to reboot APs in bulk.

Syamantak Omer

Syamantak Omer | Community moderator | Sr.Staff TSE | CWNA | CCNA | RASZA | RICXI

You can still do the command. It will work. Just upload it, schedule it out, and it will do it's thing.