Yes. To do this you will need to manually change a config file within the camera.
1. Log into your camera configuration
You will need to change this line:
0 0 * * * admin /bin/reboot -d 60
6. You can simply put a # at the beginning of the line, this will disable it as a command. Then if you ever need to re-enable it, you can remove the hash ( # ).
The line should look like this:
#0 0 * * * admin /bin/reboot -d 60
Or you can have the camera reboot once a week instead (this example reboots at 12:01am every Monday):
0 0 * * 1 admin /bin/reboot -d 60
7. Click Apply.
**NOTE** Step 8 is very important. This will save the changes you made to the camera's internal memory. Otherwise, after a reboot any settings changes would be lost.
For more examples of how crontab scheduling works, search the Internet for "crontab examples".
Article ID: 144
Last updated: 11 Jun, 2020
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