3845/2821 power consumption

Answered Question
Jun 10th, 2008

Is there a command on the 3845's or 2821's to show actual power consumption (as in the show power on 65's or show power inline on a 3560?

Thanks

I have this problem too.
0 votes
Correct Answer by Collin Clark about 8 years 6 months ago

Not sure if this helps, but

Router# show environment

Redundant Power System is not present.

SYS PS1 is present.

Type: AC

AUX (-48V) PS1 is absent.

Fan 1 Normal

Fan 2 Normal

Fan 3 Normal

Fan Speed is Normal

Alert settings:

Intake temperature warning: Enabled, Threshold: 50

Core temperature warning: Enabled, Threshold: 70 (CPU: 95)

Board Temperature: Normal

Internal-ambient temperature = 29, Normal

CPU temperature = 46, Normal

Intake temperature = 31, Normal

Voltage 1(3300) is Normal, Current voltage = 3316 mV

Voltage 2(5150) is Normal, Current voltage = 5210 mV

Voltage 3(2500) is Normal, Current voltage = 2525 mV

Voltage 4(1200) is Normal, Current voltage = 1191 mV

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/3800/hardware/installation/guide/38troub.html

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Overall Rating: 3 (1 ratings)
Loading.
Correct Answer
Collin Clark Tue, 06/10/2008 - 08:24

Not sure if this helps, but

Router# show environment

Redundant Power System is not present.

SYS PS1 is present.

Type: AC

AUX (-48V) PS1 is absent.

Fan 1 Normal

Fan 2 Normal

Fan 3 Normal

Fan Speed is Normal

Alert settings:

Intake temperature warning: Enabled, Threshold: 50

Core temperature warning: Enabled, Threshold: 70 (CPU: 95)

Board Temperature: Normal

Internal-ambient temperature = 29, Normal

CPU temperature = 46, Normal

Intake temperature = 31, Normal

Voltage 1(3300) is Normal, Current voltage = 3316 mV

Voltage 2(5150) is Normal, Current voltage = 5210 mV

Voltage 3(2500) is Normal, Current voltage = 2525 mV

Voltage 4(1200) is Normal, Current voltage = 1191 mV

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/3800/hardware/installation/guide/38troub.html

brian.kennedy Tue, 06/10/2008 - 10:16

Yeah, that's what I thought. I was hoping for something else that showed power consumption (watts), but that will have to do.

Actions

This Discussion