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SnapAV Wattbox Power Cycling of Ports


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Wattbox has the capability to power cycle (Reset) a port so that it powers the unit off and then back on again.  This is useful if the router or firewall is plugged into the wattbox because once the unit is powered off, we have lost the ability to get to the Wattbox remotely to power it back on.  It appears that the Domotz UI is not using the Reset function with Wattbox.  Please advise if I am missing something here.  Thanks.

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Yes, we haven't added yet any reboot capability.

There is not a particular reason for this. Our product is very young and we simply haven't found the time yet for this. But we are aiming  to do this pretty soon. Likely by the end of July it is going to be on all PDUs that support this natively.

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Hello, just following up on this. Has the Power reset (cycle) function been implemented for Wattbox ? Thanks.

 

>>> Scratch that. Just saw this answered in a different thread: 

 

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1 hour ago, eembee said:

Hello, just following up on this. Has the Power reset (cycle) function been implemented for Wattbox ? Thanks.

 

>>> Scratch that. Just saw this answered in a different thread: 

 

 

Simple answer: yes. SnapAP Wattbox driver supports the power cycle (reboot) of single outlets:

 

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This is true also for other power strips and PDU where the Power Cycle is natively supported by the device itself (e.g. Digital Logger, Panamax, etc).

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