In a relatively large local area network, there are usually multiple regular routers, wireless routers, wireless APs and switches. After a period of continuous running, there could be slowing down of network speed or even no-response failures. These require restart of the routers and switches. Unfortunately, most routers and switches cannot restart at a specific time, so we have to manually restart these network devices periodically. If you have a server in the local area network that runs continuously for a long time, or a machine that can boot at a specific time, you can be freed from the cumbersome work. Router Manager is a router utility that can restart local/remote routers or switches at specific times and reduce the probabilities of network failures, and therefore, save you a lot of time and energy.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 29 Oct 2010
Last Updated 7 Feb 2011
Tags Router Manager,restart routers at specific times,restart switchs at specific times,restart router,restart switch