You can use SNMP CLI command to down/up ethernet interface:F300>snmp set -v 2c -c private 127.0.0.1 .22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.1.7.3 i 2 F300>snmp set -v 2c -c private 127.0.0.1 .188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.1.7.3 i 1
OK - I finally had the oportunity to try this. The AP side of the link in question stopped passing data over it's ethernet, and I issed these command on the AP, which did 'disable' and 'enable' the Ethernet. THANK YOU - that's what I was asking for, and what I wanting to test. :)
Unfortunatelly, downing the ethernet did not resolve it (did NOT get data flowing again) and neither did turning Spanning Tree Off, nor turning 'Smart Speed' off. Nor any of the other settings which might be responsible for Ethernet weirdness.
I'm not trying to figure out how to trigger the "ethernet reset" with the Watch Dog, but no luck so far. I don't see any status or anything in the LOGS to let me know what the watchdog figures is going on (if it's hitting, if it's missing, what it's misscount it, if it's triggered the reset) - nothing that I can see to know what's happening.