Daily Recycle PoE Port

NWNSM1
Here to help

Daily Recycle PoE Port

I have a problem device that runs off PoE.  It needs a daily reboot but has no capability to schedule one itself.  I set a schedule for the port in Meraki on the switch (MS225) to disable/enable but the PoE remains enabled during this process.  Am I missing a way to kill the PoE power to a port on a schedule?  

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alemabrahao
Kind of a big deal

@NWNSM1,

 

Technically, if you are enabling schedule to disable the port, the POE will be disabled too.

Brash
Head in the Cloud

Scheduling the port to disable should definitely kill PoE. What does the schedule look like?

NWNSM1
Here to help

The port shows offline but the device doesn't reboot.  If I manually enable/disable the port, it works (reboots the device). 

 

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BrandonS
Kind of a big deal

That does look like it would work, but just above that does it show it is applied to the correct switch port(s)?

AxL1971
Getting noticed

You could use the API call to recycle the switch port

 

https://developer.cisco.com/meraki/api-latest/#!cycle-device-switch-ports

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