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Good Morning

It is my understanding that 7210 controllers cannot withstand a hard shut down or immediate loss of power. Shutdown has to be initiated by GUI or CLI, correct?

Has anyone set up a system? Or is there a way to automate shutdown of a 7210 controller?

We backup flash and have pri and sec controllers so DB is sync

 

Thank you

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Re: automate shutdown%0D%0A

JB2014,

 

Where did you hear that it cannot stand a hard shutdown?

 


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Re: automate shutdown%0D%0A

Hello cjoseph

The Aruba Engineer who installed the hardware.
Was he wrong?
Can the 7210 in fact withstand a cold shutdown? And be able to be
restarted without any problems?

Jim Bates
Network Analyst
MAC/iPAD Specialist
NPS I.T. Department
413.587.1377

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Re: automate shutdown%0D%0A

JB2014,

 

He is not correct.

 

The 7200 is designed to be powered down and restarted without problems.  If you do have a problem, you should open a TAC case, so that they can get to the bottom of it.

 

 

 

 


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