Scheduled restart of a WLAN device

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WLAN devices support scheduled restart since V200R002.
Run the schedule reboot { at < time > | delay < interval > } command in the user view to enable the scheduled restart function.
- at < time >: specifies the specific scheduled restart time.
- delay < interval >: specifies the waiting time before the scheduled restart.

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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.

A WLAN device restarts unexpectedly
The possible causes of an unexpected restart or repeated restarts of a WLAN device are as follows: - The WLAN device has a hardware failure or system software bug. - Other exceptions occur on the WLAN device. You can rectify the faults by following these procedures: 1. Check the cause of restart. Run the display reset-reason command to check the causes of a device restart. - If "Reset for power off" is displayed, the device restarts due to a power-off. - If "Reset for unknown reason" is displayed, the device restarts due to an unknown error. - If "Reset for update version success" is displayed, the device restarts due to a successful upgrade. - If "Reset for update version failed" is displayed, the device restarts due to an upgrade failure. - If "Reset for kernel panic" is displayed, the device restarts due to a kernel error. - If "Reset for mfpi detect fwd abnormal" is displayed, the device restarts due to a forwarding kernel error. - If "Reset for memory use out" is displayed, the device restarts due to insufficient memory. - If "Reset for exception" is displayed, the device restarts due to a VOS error. 2. Handle the fault according to the causes displayed in step 1. If the restart is caused by a hardware failure or system software bug, contact Huawei technical support. Perform the following operations to collect information, and provide the information to help Huawei engineers locate the faults: Note: Do not power off the WLAN device before information collection. a. Run the display diagnostic-information command in any view to obtain the diagnostic information of the WLAN device. The display diagnostic-information command displays outputs of multiple display commands. You can use this command to collect device diagnostic information. b. Collect user logs and diagnostic logs. The command used on the AC and Fat AP are the same. The following takes the configuration on the AC as an example: save logfile system-view [AC6605] diagnose [AC6605-diagnose] save diag-logfile Save diagnostic log file successfully. [AC6605-diagnose] info-center create logbook flash:/logfile/logbook.xml c. Run the following command to collect information (V200R003 or later). The command used on the AC and Fat AP are the same. The following takes the configuration on the AC as an example: display reset-reason system-view [AC6605] diagnose [AC6605-diagnose] display inspect black-box record 8 0 0 0 [AC6605-diagnose] display inspect black-box record 10 0 0 0 [AC6605-diagnose] display inspect black-box record 12 0 0 0 [AC6605-diagnose] display inspect black-box record 13 0 0 0 [AC6605-diagnose] set kernel-monitor irq [AC6605-diagnose] display kernel-monitor irq level 1 [AC6605-diagnose] display kernel-monitor irq level 2 [AC6605-diagnose] display kernel-monitor irq level 3 [AC6605-diagnose] display lastwords all

Do ARs support a scheduled restart
Yes, ARs support a scheduled restart.

Setting scheduled restart of the USG2000&5000&6000
Configure scheduled device restart as follows: Run the schedule reboot command. For example: # The current time is 15:50. Set the NGFW to restart at 22:00 this night. schedule reboot at 22:00 Info: System will reboot at 22:00:00 2009/07/18 (in 6 hours and 10 minutes) confirm? [Y/N] :y

Can I disable the MCU scheduled restart function?
The function of restarting at midnight is a protection means for the MCU. If no conference is held on the MCU, the MCU will automatically restart at a specified time in the morning every day to release MCU resources and processes for better service. Generally, you are not advised to disable the function. If you still want to disable the function, run the following command: system-view enable-reboot-midnight 0:disable,1:enable

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