Re: Temperature monitoring and automatic shutdown on c3750 and c
Someone correct me if this is wrong, but as far as I know the shutdown temperatures (at least for the 4500's) are hard coded:
Chassis Over Temperature Threshold = 75 degrees Celsius
Chassis Critical Temperature Threshold = 95 degrees Celsius
These temps are pretty hot considering 100 C is boiling.
If you have a network monitoring system with SNMP, you can monitor the chassis temperature. That is what I have opted to do. That way you can be alerted to the problem before it gets too hot. The chassis temp is higher than room ambient so a cool room would read about 32 C or so at the chassis level.
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