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Rebooting or Halting a Services Router with the J-Web Interface
You can use the J-Web interface to schedule a reboot or halt the Services Router.
Figure 105 shows the Reboot page
for the Services Router.
Figure 105: Reboot Page
To reboot or halt the Services Router with the J-Web interface:
- In the J-Web interface, select Manage>Reboot.
- Select one of the following options:
the Services Router immediately.
Reboot in number of minutes—Reboots the router in the number of minutes from
now that you specify.
Reboot when the system time is hour:minute—Reboots the
router at the absolute time that you specify, on the current day.
You must select a 2-digit hour in 24-hour format, and a 2-digit minute.
Halt Immediately—Stops the Services Router software
immediately. After the Services Router software has stopped, you can
access the Services Router through the console port only.
- Choose the boot device from the Reboot from media list:
the internal compact flash. This selection is the default choice.
from the optional external compact flash. This selection is available
on J2320 and J2350 Services Routers only.
usb—Reboots from the USB storage
- (Optional) In the Message box, type a message
to be displayed to any users on the Services Router before the reboot
- Click Schedule. The J-Web
interface requests confirmation to perform the reboot or halt.
- Click OK to confirm the operation.
- If the reboot is scheduled to occur immediately, the Services Router reboots.
You cannot access the J-Web interface until the Services Router has restarted
and the boot sequence is complete. After the reboot is complete, refresh
the browser window to display the J-Web interface login page.
- If the reboot is scheduled to occur in the future, the
Reboot page displays the time until reboot. You have the option to
cancel the request by clicking Cancel Reboot on
the J-Web interface Reboot page.
- If the Services Router is halted, all software processes
stop and you can access the Services Router through the console port
only. Reboot the Services Router by pressing any key on the keyboard.
If you cannot connect to the Services Router through the console
port, shut down the Services Router by pressing and holding the power
button on the front panel until the POWER LED turns off.
After the Services Router has shut down, you can power on the Services Router by
pressing the power button again. The POWER LED lights during
startup and remains steadily green when the Services Router is operating
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