And yes, how to configure on this assembly to turn off Wi-Fi on a schedule during the day?
Or maybe this is done with scripts and / or plugins?
Of course you can, it's Linux. The command to disable and enable the wifi network interface looks like this: ifconfig ath0 down and ifconfig ath0 up (ath0 or something else you may have, take a look in the admin section at wifi, there the name of the interface lights up)
If we want schedules, then create a cron task, for example, this: 53 6 * * 2 ifconfig ath0 down - disable at 6.53 every Tuesday.
We edit it like this 53 - minutes, 6 hours, the first * is the day from 1 to 31, the second * is the month from 1-12, then the day of the week starts from Sunday, it is 0.
And we throw the commands in "Administration" - "System" - "Additional tasks Cron": 53 6 * * 2root
ifconfig ath0 down (will not execute without root)
P.S. For all this to work, you must first set the ntp server address and time zone.
Accordingly, you can turn on and off not only wifi, but for example a wan port or lan ports, substituting the desired interface instead of ath0.
In the new versions, all this is right in the interface.Post has been editedstp101 - 09.08.17, 17:27
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