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    Any way to reboot ALL TP-Link SG108E on the network at the same time with one command???

    Model : TL-SG108E

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    So I switched all my Netgear 100Mbps switches to TP-Link SG108e (Version 1) refurbs I got at a good price...
    Total of 8 online SG108e...Rebooting them one by one is a pain (I know it shouldn't be necessary to reboot normally)...
    Was just wondering if anybody has found a way to reboot all TP-Link switches at the same time on the network?
    I have version one switches so no webserver access and I am using the Config Utility to manage all but surely there must be a way
    to reboot all the switches at the same time (If the username and password are all the same)...It's not available as an option
    in the config utility....They should have designed that...Select All/Reboot...

    Anybody know a way to do this?

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    Maybe you can connect 8 TL-SG108E to same Power socket,then....
    TL-SG108E don't support CLI, you can not run script to control them at the same time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPTHZ View Post
    Maybe you can connect 8 TL-SG108E to same Power socket,then....
    TL-SG108E don't support CLI, you can not run script to control them at the same time.
    Hehe...Yeah that would be one way to do it....
    Yeah that's what I was wondering about whether you could do a CLI/script...Oh well I'm still happy
    with them at $20 a piece...Needed a bunch to upgrade from 100Mbps....Thanks.


 

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