[NEBULA] How to schedule an event driven or at least a periodic restart of my AP with NEBULA?

RTH10 Posts: 25  Freshman Member
edited April 14 in Nebula

Hello, just to give you some context after several weeks of uninterrupted service my AP NWA 5123 AC-HD downgraded the uplink speed from 1000 to 100 Mbs.

I only noticed this because my network speed got throttled to 100 and I typically get 400-500 Mbs.

After careful inspection of logs I could see recent memory leaks and CPU pegging at 90 per cent. But still no direct explanation why the uplink speed got downgraded.

Thus I decided to restart the AP. After the restart the AP uplink speed displayed 1000.

no further memory leaks events could be seen .

I would like to be notified about the change of the uplink speed. It is critical event as apparently the AP firmware has bugs causing memory leaks.

And I would like to be able to trigger a restart of AP based on such an event.

FYI: I have a full version of NEBULA.


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  • RTH10
    RTH10 Posts: 25  Freshman Member

    Thank you. I enabled support access in NCC for you to investigate the memory leak and the CPU pegging at 90 per cent

    Regarding the offered solution Can you offer to loan me a switch first?

  • FrankIversen
    FrankIversen Posts: 92  Ally Member

    Schedulded/Periodic restart of ap, switch, gateway should be an option. #featurerequest

  • Zyxel_Freda
    Zyxel_Freda Posts: 397  Zyxel Employee

    Hi @RTH10,

    I PM you for asking the org./site name and please check your inbox and share information for us. Thanks.

    Hi @FrankIversen,

    I have added your request to idea category in below link.


  • RTH10
    RTH10 Posts: 25  Freshman Member

    Thanks to both

    I replied to your PM and provided the information to enable the support access

    and thanks for adding a scheduled /periodic restart as an enhancement request

    but this also should be event driven based on notification of critical events etc