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Re: reboot every 7 days [7:79774] posted 11/24/2003
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You can use the Netconfig facility within Cisco Works. This can apply any
enable command. Not sure how it will cope with the "confirm" though.

Tim
""John Lyons""  wrote in message
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> On Mon, Nov 24, 2003 at 03:20:54PM +0000, Black Jack wrote:
> > I don't mean to sound flip, but the answer is "because my boss wants it
> > done." The router in question is a 5350 and he feels that response time
for
> > dial up users gets progressively slower over time and that rebooting it
> > helps to clear the problem. I myself have not observered this phenomenon
> but
> > I don't see how rebooting can hurt--except for the fact that it will
> > obviously disconnect anyone dialed in at the time.
>
>  You may need to re-align your boss, he seems to be out of line ;)
>  On a serious note, why not try to fix the problem which exists
>  rather than using this brute force method? Your customers will
>  thank you for it which in turn will make your boss happy ;) Rebooting
>  your equipment once a week is a horrid hack at best.
>
>  John
>
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