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6-2
Reboot Options
6.1. Ping-No-Answer Reboot
A Ping-No-Answer Reboot can be used to reboot one or more outlets when an attached
device does not respond to a Ping Command. In addition, the Ping-No-Answer Reboot
feature can also be configured to send an email, Syslog Message or SNMP Trap to
notify you whenever a Ping-No-Answer Reboot occurs. Please refer to Section 7.2 for
instructions on setting up email alarm notification for Ping-No-Answer reboots.
To set up a Ping-No-Answer Reboot, access command mode using a password that
permits Administrator level commands and then proceed as follows:
Text Interface: Type /RB and press [Enter]. The Reboot Options Menu will be
displayed. At the Reboot Options menu, type 1 and press [Enter] to display
the Ping-No-Answer Reboot Directory menu. From the Ping-No-Answer Reboot
Directory Menu, you can Add, Modify, View or Delete Ping-No-Answer Reboot
operations as described in the Sections that follow.
Web Browser Interface: Click the "Ping-No-Answer Reboot" link on the left hand
side of the screen. The Ping-No-Answer Reboot Configuration menu will be
displayed. From the Ping-No-Answer Reboot Configuration menu, you can Add,
Modify, View or Delete Ping-No-Answer Reboot operations as described in the
Sections that follow.
6.1.1. Adding Ping-No-Answer Reboots
To add a Ping-No-Answer Reboot, access command mode using a password that
permits Administrator Level commands and then proceed as follows:
Text Interface: Access the Ping-No-Answer Reboot Directory menu as described
in Section 6.1, then type 2 and press [Enter] to display the Add Ping-No-Answer
Reboot menu.
Web Browser Interface: Access the Ping-No-Answer Reboot Configuration menu
as described in Section 6.1, then click on the Add Ping-No-Answer Reboot link to
display the configuration menu.
Up to 54 Ping-No-Answer Reboots can be defined. The Add Ping-No-Answer menu is
used to define the following parameters for each new Ping-No-Answer Reboot:
IP Address or Domain Name: The IP address or Domain Name for the device
that you wish to Ping. When the device at this address fails to respond to the Ping
command, the RSM-8R4 will reboot the selected outlets. (Default = undefined.)
Note: In order to use domain names, DNS Server parameters must first be
defined as described in Section 5.9.5.
Ping Interval: Determines how often the Ping command will be sent to the
selected IP Address. The Ping Interval can be any whole number, from 1 to 2,800
minutes. (Default = 15 Minutes.)
Interval After Failed Ping: Determines how often the Ping command will be sent
after a previous Ping command receives no response. (Default = 1 Minute.)
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