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7-6
Reboot Options
• CircuitAccess: Determines which circuit(s) this Scheduled Reboot action will be
applied to. In the Text Interface, circuits are selected by typing 9, pressing [Enter]
and then following the instructions in the resulting submenu. In the Web Browser
Interface, circuits are designated by clicking on the "plus" sign in the Circuit Access
field, and then selecting the desired circuits from the drop down menu.
(Default=undefined)
• CircuitGroupAccess: Determines which Circuit Group(s) this Scheduled Reboot
action will be applied to. Note that in the Text Interface, Circuit Group Access
is defined via a separate submenu; in the Web Browser Interface, Circuit Group
Access is defined via a drop down menu, which may be accessed by clicking on
the"plus"signintheCircuitGroupAccessfield.(Default=undefined)
7.2.2. Viewing Scheduled Reboot Actions
After you have defined one or more Scheduled Reboots, you can review the parameters
selected for each Reboot using the View Scheduled Reboot feature. In order to view
the configuration of an existing Scheduled Reboot, you must access the command
mode using a password that allows Administrator level commands and then use the
Scheduled Reboot menu's "View/Modify Scheduled Reboot" function.
The RPC will display a screen which lists all defined parameters for the selected
Scheduled Reboot action.
7.2.3. Modifying Scheduled Reboots
After you have defined a Scheduled Reboot, you can edit the configuration of the
Reboot action using the Modify Scheduled Reboot feature. In order to modify the
configuration of an existing Scheduled Reboot action, you must access the command
mode using a password that allows Administrator level commands and then use the
Scheduled Reboot menu's "View/Modify Scheduled Reboot" function.
The RPC will display a screen which allows you to modify parameters for the selected
Scheduled Reboot action. Note that this screen functions identically to the Add
Scheduled Reboot menu, as discussed in Section 7.2.1.
7.2.4. Deleting Scheduled Reboots
After you have defined one or more Scheduled Reboot actions, you can delete Reboot
actions that are no longer needed using the Delete Scheduled Reboot feature. In order
to delete an existing Scheduled Reboot, access the command mode using a password
that allows Administrator level commands and then use the Scheduled Reboot menu's
"Delete Scheduled Reboot" function.
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