Rebooting a router on schedule

Starting from KeeneticOS 2.12, you can set up an automatic reboot of your Keenetic router at a specified time (by schedule).

The scheduled reboot function is configured from the command-line interface (CLI) of the router.

To reboot the router, you need to create a schedule with a duration of 1 minute in the command-line interface.

Here are some examples.

1. Creating a schedule for daily router reboot at 11:57 p.m.

schedule rebootrouter
action start 57 23 *
action stop 58 23 *
system reboot schedule rebootrouter
system configuration save


2. Creating a schedule to reboot the router once a week (on Mondays) at 03:30 a.m.

schedule rebootrouter
action start 30 3 1
action stop 31 3 1
system reboot schedule rebootrouter
system configuration save


3. Deactivating the schedule for the router reboot:

no system reboot schedule
system configuration save


TIP: Note

Syntax of schedule action command:

(config)> schedule action ( start | stop ) ‹ min › ‹ hour › ‹ dow ›

action start — schedule start;
action stop — schedule stop;
min — minutes (integer between 0 and 59);
hour — hours (integer between 0 and 23);
dow — weekday; 0 и 7 — Sunday; * — every day; the days of the week are separated by commas without spaces (for example, action start 0 4 1,2,3,4,5).

Detailed information on command syntax and command-line interface (CLI) can be found in the Reference Guide (you can find it in the Download Center section of your router model page).

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