We have been running into an issue where our SonicWall loses connectivity when the Cradlepoint drops and comes back up. We either have to drive 4 hours away or walk a user on site through logging into the SonicWall and releasing and renewing the WAN(which we really hate them doing). Is there a way in the SonicWall to have it automatically release/renew if connectivity is lost for more than 5 mins? I couldn't find anything in the GUI, but wasn't sure if there was a hidden section to insert scripts. Or if nothing like that, is there something we can run as a service on one of the PC's that would automatically run a script to send commands through SSH and release/renew the WAN?
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