since a long time, we'd like to have some possibility to reboot after some time our PTP links, since we've noticed that after a long uptime, i.e. 90-120 days without reboot, often we got SNMP hang up and consequently we have to power off the radio itself (and in some cases we cannot do that and we've to go to the tower!).
I've written a simple batch file that runs over Windows OS using putty that can reboot Cambium radios remotely via SSH (radios must be reachable by the host!) and you can schedule that batch file in a particular day of month and hour, for example on the 1st of every month at 4 am!
So we can prevent SNMP hang up (this is still unsolved in the latest firmware... but we're still using 3.2.2 that we think is the most stable at now!).
If anyone need instructions on how to this, please ask me!!!
Hi, we have the same problem with the Cambium Radios, we need to reboot them every so often. Personally I think it would be very useful that in some future firmware update, or better yet, in CnMaestro, it is considered that there is the possibility of a schedule reboot.
No, obviously you can't directly do that with ssh... you could implement a for cycle to repeat reboot sequence through ssh for each ip address... I think if you can manipulate batch files you can do that quickly!