How to configure automatic restart on an AR

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You can configure an AR to restart at specified time. To configure it, run the schedule reboot command.

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How to configure scheduled restart on an AR
To implement scheduled reboot on AR routers, you can use command line. The procedure is as follows: Step 1: Edit the following content in the notepad and save it as reboot.bat. Step 2: Upload the reboot.bat file to the device. Step 3: Create a maintenance assistant task. For details, see the following example: system view Enter system view, return user view with Ctrl+Z. [huawei] assistant task reboot [huawei-assistant-task-reboot] if-mat [huawei-assistant-task-reboot] if-match timer [huawei-assistant-task-reboot] if-match timer cron * 0 20 4 5 * 2016 //Set the execution time to 2016-05-04 20:00. [huawei-assistant-task-reboot] perform 1 batch-file flash:/reboot.bat//Enter the actual file path. Note: After the configuration, you must save the configuration to prevent configuration loss after a restart.

Method used to cancel automatic configuration of AR1200 series routers
Analysis: When ARG3 series products log in to the console interface for the first time or the configuration file is not enabled, the massage “Warning: Auto-Config is working. Do you want to stop Auto-Config? [y/n]:”is displayed. Auto-Config is working. Do you want to stop Auto-Config? When n is selected, Auto-Config function cannot be automatically restored and you need to manually stop the Auto-Config process.Recommended solution: View the configuration and operation status of Auto-Config.When the automatic configuration is running, you need to run the undo autoconfig enable command to disable automatic configuration in the system view.

How can I check the reason that a board is reset
Run the display reset-reason command to check whether a board is reset actively or passively.
  • If the message "Reason: A link fault fails to be rectified." is displayed, the board is actively reset.
  • If the preceding message is not displayed, the board is passively reset.

How can I check whether the configuration of an AR is lost after a restart
After an AR is restarted, you can log in to the AR through the console port and run the display current-configuration command to display the configuration that takes effect. If the configuration is the same as that saved on the AR, the configuration is not lost. After the AR is powered on and started, you can also run the display saved-configuration command to display the configuration file to be used for the next startup. If the configuration is the same as that saved on the AR, the configuration is not lost.

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