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Location: Hastings, MN

PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 10:40 am    Post subject: MBR95 Scheduled Reboot - How to disable?

I've been using an MBR95 router for some time now. When I first set it up, I enabled a feature to automatically reboot the router on a set schedule (daily at 4am). It does this reliably, and sends me an email each time.

I upgraded the firmware from 3.6 (I think, maybe 3.5) to 4.1 yesterday. Everything's working great, but I now want to stop the daily reboots. Problem is, I can't find where to do that now. I scoured the admin pages, the product manual, and searched these forums and Google, but am coming up empty even finding this feature referenced. Am I blind, or was this feature removed? And if removed, how do I stop the rebooting?

Thanks for any pointers!
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EVDO Fledgling

Joined: 21 Jul 2010
Posts: 13
Location: Florida

PostPosted: Thu Mar 06, 2014 5:35 pm    Post subject: Disable MBR95 Auto Reboot

It is easy to do this by using the MBR95's built in ssh capability. Let me know if you are interested in trying this and I will post the instructions.

Why this is not an option using the routers administration page is impossible to understand. I think this option may have been possible at one time, but has been removed in subsequent firmware updates.

I use the ssh function to retrieve the routers logs on a daily basis (and then upload them to the cloud) since daily log emails always fail after a few days or weeks. I live in a different state from the router location and need the logs to monitor the system.
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Joined: 02 Feb 2012
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:37 am    Post subject:

This setting used to be under the 'System Settings' - 'System Software' section of the MBR95. It appears to have been removed, but unfortunately I don't know at what firmware version it was taken away.

It's certainly quite odd that the system is still rebooting on a schedule. I don't have a definite fix for that, but you might try a factory reset procedure - we normally recommending doing that after a firmware upgrade anyway. If you have settings you don't want to loose, save your configuration file prior to the reset, but I would recommend testing with default settings before reloading the configuration.
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