Rebooting an AP

Complete the following steps to reboot an AP.
DANGER: Rebooting an AP temporarily turns off any active networks that the AP is providing and disconnects wireless clients that are connected to these networks.
  1. From the navigation pane, click Networking Devices and select the WiFi tab.
  2. Click an AP name to view details about the AP.
  3. Click the name of the AP that you want to reboot.
    The AP information page is displayed.
  4. In the upper-right corner of the page, click Manage to display a menu, and click Reboot.
    A confirmation message is displayed.
  5. Click Reboot Access Point.
    A message displays the result of the reboot attempt. The following example of the message is displayed after a successful reboot attempt:
    Successfully rebooted Access Point 'AP-1'.
    If the AP is still in the process of rebooting, the AP status (only for Wi-Fi) shows AP rebooting on the APs page. The reboot process might take several minutes. After a reboot, the AP status shows Operational.