Need a way to reboot 7982 APs after hours every two weeks.

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After about 3 weeks of operation my 7982s are becoming unresponsive and I have to reboot them to get them operational again(yes I have contacted support, after 3 weeks of BS and two rev updates I am still no farther along). I see there are script capabilities for the APs, can I use this functionality to reboot my 7982s after hours every two weeks or so?
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Douglas Hall

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Hi Douglas,

  What code/version are you running on your APs, and what do you mean by "unresponsive"?
Are you on a flat LAN with a couple standalone or ZD/SZ managed APs?  Can you still ping
your APs from the LAN when they appear to be in a problem state?  I'm curious, as I haven't
heard of this behavior.  Does it seem that clients can still use the WLANs, whether you can
talk to the APs?