TIPS boot delay

rockeater

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I have a non-profit (little theater) running PIAF on Centos 6. They have AT&T DSL with the evil NVG510 router. If power goes out, the router comes up slowly and lies to the connected devices about the broadband availability. The PIAF server thinks it is connected, but can't receive calls. Reboot after the DSL has finally come alive and things are fine.

Where in the Centos 6 boot sequence should I put a sleep delay? There isn't anything I can check in the PIAF server, because it is being lied to, so I just need to build a delay, a couple minutes, into the boot up.
 

TirsoJRP

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perhaps in the grub.conf, increase the menu time to boot default option to the amount of time that router needs to actually work.
 

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