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How to Use an Automatic Reboot Script for Your Net All Over Modem

Updated: Jun 3

Ensuring your Internet connection is stable and reliable can sometimes require regular reboots of your modem. Using an automatic reboot script can help maintain a seamless connection without manual intervention. Here’s a step-by-step guide to set up an automatic reboot script for your Net All Over modem.

Step 1

Connect to your Net All Over modem either via WIFI or ethernet

Step 2

Enter in the URL bar at the top of a web browser.

Username: admin

Password: admin

Step 3

Use the menu on the left to click on “Administration”.



Step 4

Click the “Console” tab. 


Step 5 

Paste the following command into the white bar:

Echo ‘0 2 * * * reboot’ | crontab -

After pasting the command, hit the blue refresh button and wait 5 seconds before moving to

This command sets up the automatic reboot script to restart your modem daily at 2 AM. After pasting the command, hit the blue refresh button and wait 5 seconds before moving to the next step.

Step 6

Erase the previous command and type:

crontab -l

Into the white bar, after you hit the blue refresh button the previous command should show up in the grey box.



Step 7

Click the reboot button at the top right and you’re good to go.

Setting up this automatic reboot script helps ensure your Net All Over modem will reboot automatically, maintaining a stable and reliable high-speed Internet connection.



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At Net All Over, we understand the challenges of finding reliable, high-speed Internet, especially in rural or underserved areas. Founded in 1996 by a pioneer of the first outdoor wireless networks in the U.S., our mission is to deliver superior Internet solutions where they are most needed, ensuring that every customer receives the best possible service, regardless of location.


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