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Cisco Swich Port Shutdown based on a Time Period

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Can someone tell me if it is possible to Shutdown Cisco switch ports based on a Time Period on a daily basis.

if so can someone post the process and any code necessary for that??
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If the platform supports it, you could probably to this with EEM.
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