S10 – automatic reboot

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    Avatarseverinus
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    Hi,

    our company has recently purchased Wyse S10 terminals, since we can’t get any 1200LE’s anymore. These terminals have an issue, being that if you give them the command to shutdown, they will automatically reboot.

    I’m using:

    Sysetm version: VDI 5.1.028F
    ROM: 1.14I

    Thanks in advance to anyone that can help.

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    Hi,

    How were you issuing the shutdown, I did not think this command worked at all? In the Rapport console there is no shutdown option so I guess you made a script?

    Cheers,
    -TT

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    I too get this issue.

    I’m not using a Rapport, i’m just using a script from an FTP server.

    It’s one of the commands used in the script (as the device without script works as advertised).

    I’m not in the same office as my S10 test setup at present, but having quickly gazed at the ini file i’d suggest it’s the

    autopower=yes

    command?

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    Autopower=yes should make the S10 turn on automactially after a shutdown or power outage. it is saved in the NVRAM so it will function before the device sees the FTP server.

    I too am looking for a way to reboot our S10s without Rapport, as I cannot get it to function on our network to save my life, and WOL doesn’t hop subnets since its a broadcast packet.

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    Hi,

    WTOS used to have a limited number of SNMP commands it supported however I have no idea if this is still in the code or if it supports reboots. I could dig out the old MIB and maybe you could play with this?

    Is this a scheduled re-boot or just the odd one to flash firmware? If its the odd one we should be able to get device manager going – you mentioned you had no luck on this front.

    For the odd use I just get a clean 2003 VMware server, install 4.5.1 in it and put the RapportServer=(IP Address) in the wnos.ini and this is easy to do. Once I am finished just turn the VM off and back it up for the odd time you use it.

    Anyway, there are two possible options, let me know what you think,

    Cheers,
    -TT

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