Presented herein are techniques to introduce snapshot technology into wireless networks. In particular, the remote side of the network (e.g., edge devices, border routers, cloud, etc.) collect status information from all nodes of a network, such as a personal area network (PAN), while at the same time collecting and storing one or more snapshot(s) of the network. If the wireless network crashes, the remote side is configured to restore the entire network from the existing saved snapshot(s).

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