Wireless: Reboot / Restart of Access Points
Ability to restart a connected wireless access point from the ASG web interface. Sometimes I find they are not working corrected and need to be rebooted/restart/powercycled. It would be nice if this could be done remotely, right from the web interface.
Please add this!
Matthew Glennon commented
I hadn't ever had to reboot them before, and went looking for the option and was surprised that it didn't exist? How is this not a thing?
Aaron Waters commented
Wow, how easy would this be. come on
Still not available !!!!
How to restart the AP that are in the ceiling
When you have 40 AP you must restart all manually
That's crazy ! Please add this feature
Greg Freedman commented
It kills me that such a simple feature like this is not available. Ideally, i'd like to see a reboot/restart option for each individual access point and a master button that reboots them all at once.
aggreed , i;ve problem with AP on WAN , in frequently is going inactive , only i can do is restarting the UTM , because restarting th AP did'nt work
It seems crazy this option isnt available!
This would be incredibly handy. We provide IT support to a site that has a remote office in another country with Sophos 4 AP's. Onsite they have limited technical expertise. Such a feature would allow us to test and resolve issues without having to bother them....
Very important requierment! This just happend today at a customer installation.
Meindert Honig commented
Oh, yes. Please do.
Andreas Rehm commented
Yes!!! Need this too
Russ Payne commented
This is a needed feature and the scheduled reboot would be a nice thing too.
Leônidas Saldanha commented
Russell Payne commented
Agree this needs to happen
Better would be a scheduled AP reboot option. We have the same issue with APs needing to be manually power cycled often.
Rex Mora commented
Andre Bangerter commented
Yes, we really need this option our access points keep failing and need reboot weekly!
Jason Villalta commented
I agree that this is a needed managment feature espeically in large WAN enviroments.