Settings/lldp reboot timeout

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Latest revision as of 13:39, 1 June 2016

WEB USER INTERFACE
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PHONE USER INTERFACE
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FIRMWARE VERSIONS
V8  
Starting versions: 8.7.5.13, 8.9.2
XML CONFIGURATION
<lldp_reboot_timeout perm="PERMISSIONFLAG">VALIDVALUE</lldp_reboot_timeout>
DESCRIPTION
This setting defines the amount of time in seconds that a reboot should be deferred after a new network policy has been published via LLDP. This helps to avoid continuous reboot loops in network environments where new network devices are first put into a retention VLAN and after successful authentication gain access to their designated production VLAN (e.g. voice VLAN).
Note: The default value of 60 seconds seems to be a reasonable value to grant enough time for the authentication process to complete, or a fallback mechanism (e.g. MAC Authentication Bypass (MAB)) to take place.
VALIDVALUE
integer value (seconds)
DEFAULTVALUE
60
FURTHER INFORMATION
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