Is there anywhere where I can find what MIB number means what?
I am getting this information from our switch and don't know what I should look at....I checked the switch via show tech and did not see anything wrong
MIB for this device, a 6 is "
Does anyone no where I can get information on this?
Paste "ciscoEnvMonFanState" (the last object name) into http://tools.cisco.com/Support/SNMP/index.jsp
This one's rather self-explanatory: The fan at .202 is "notFunctioning(6)"
Thanks for the link it was great. I thought it was pretty evident as to what it was until I looked at the fans, all working, and then reviewed the output of show tech and saw nothing failed, so I thought it might be something else as I am pretty new to understanding MIB's and what goes to what.
Any ideas what could be causing this false reading?
What does "show env status" say about the fan(s)?
It could be akin to link flapping. It may be back to working for now as a one-time anomaly, or a precursor to eventual permanent failure. I'd open a case with TAC so the next time it happens, there's proof of prior occurence to request an RMA.
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanStatusDescr.11 = chassis-1
Chassis Fan Tray 1
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanStatusDescr.12 = chassis-1 Power
Supply 1 Fan
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanStatusDescr.13 = chassis-1 Power
Supply 2 Fan
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanStatusDescr.201 = chassis-2
Chassis Fan Tray 1
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanStatusDescr.202 = chassis-2
Power Supply 1 Fan
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanStatusDescr.203 = chassis-2
Power Supply 2 Fan
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanState.11 = normal(1)
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanState.12 = normal(1)
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanState.13 = normal(1)
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanState.201 = normal(1)
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanState.202 = notFunctioning(6)
ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry.ciscoEnvMonFanState.203 = notFunctioning(6)
But I look at the Power supply fans and they are working.
We have found the issue stems from IOS bug CSCso57334:
CSCso57334 Bug Details
wrong ciscoEnvMonSupplyState and ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry in VSS
SNMP: ciscoEnvMonSupplyState and ciscoEnvMonFanStatusEntry return wrong
value in VSS setup after removing PS
Removal of a Power Supply (PS); only affecting VSS setup, not
Cisco has stated a bug fix will be in release 12.2(33)SXI which is
stated to go live in November.
Thanks for everyones help.