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RPS2300 and internal Power on a 2960S

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Jun 11th, 2014
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If a switch is powered by an RPS, it is possible to identify if current is present in the internal power supply before switching back to internal power with the "power rps" command ?

With show env all I always see "Unavail", in both cases where current is present or not on the internal power supply.

The risk not knowing that, is when I issue the command "power rps 1 port 1 mode standby", I turn off the whole switch if no current is present on the internal power supply.

Any way to identify without going onsite and before issuing the command "power rps 1 port 1 mode standby" :

1) if voltage/current is present on internal power supply

2) if internal power supply is good or faulty

 

LHU-KOMSWE001#show env all                  

FAN is OK

SYSTEM TEMPERATURE is OK

System Temperature Value: 38 Degree Celsius

System Temperature State: GREEN

Yellow Threshold : 58 Degree Celsius

Red Threshold    : 68 Degree Celsius

SW  PID                 Serial#     Status           Sys Pwr  PoE Pwr  Watts

---  ------------------  ----------  ---------------  -------  -------  -----

1  Built-in                                         Unavail

...

 

RPS Name: CiscoRPS       

  State: Active

  PID: PWR-RPS2300      

  Serial#: FDO1741YH3U

  Fan: Good           

  Temperature: Green          

....

 

DCOut  State   Connected  Priority  BackingUp  WillBackup  Portname        SW#

-----  ------- ---------  --------  ---------  ----------  --------------- ---

    1  Standby Yes               6  No         Yes          LHU-KOMSWE001     1

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