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Power Supply OID 6500 Running CatOS

Hi, does anyone have the OID so that I can monitor the online status of my 6500 Chassis Power Supplies. I'd like to be able to see if one of the power supplies is /becomes faulty

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Re: Power Supply OID 6500 Running CatOS

Walk this from the envmon mib .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.13.1.5.1.3 and make sure they're all 1

The current state of the power supply(s)

CISCO-ENVMON-MIB::ciscoEnvMonSupplyState

Valid values are:

normal(1): the environment is good, such as low

temperature.

warning(2): the environment is bad, such as temperature

above normal operation range but not too

high.

critical(3): the environment is very bad, such as

temperature much higher than normal

operation limit.

shutdown(4): the environment is the worst, the system

should be shutdown immediately.

notPresent(5): the environmental monitor is not present,

such as temperature sensors do not exist.

notFunctioning(6): the environmental monitor does not

function properly, such as a temperature

sensor generates a abnormal data like

1000 C.

The envmon mib can be used to monitor just about all environmentals if the device supports it e.g. temperature, fan etc. not just on 6500s

New Member

Re: Power Supply OID 6500 Running CatOS

Cool, that worked. Thank You!!

New Member

Re: Power Supply OID 6500 Running CatOS

Walk this from the envmon mib .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.13.1.5.1.3 and make sure they're all 1

The current state of the power supply(s)

CISCO-ENVMON-MIB::ciscoEnvMonSupplyState

Valid values are:

normal(1): the environment is good, such as low

temperature.

warning(2): the environment is bad, such as temperature

above normal operation range but not too

high.

critical(3): the environment is very bad, such as

temperature much higher than normal

operation limit.

shutdown(4): the environment is the worst, the system

should be shutdown immediately.

notPresent(5): the environmental monitor is not present,

such as temperature sensors do not exist.

notFunctioning(6): the environmental monitor does not

function properly, such as a temperature

sensor generates a abnormal data like

1000 C.

The envmon mib can be used to monitor just about all environmentals if the device supports it e.g. temperature, fan etc. not just on 6500s

New Member

Re: Power Supply OID 6500 Running CatOS

Sorry, missed the CatOS bit. Not entirely sure but these in the stackMIB look like the ones you're after (can't confirm I don't have access to any live CatOS any more)

chassisPs1Status .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.5.1.2.4

chassisPs2Status .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.5.1.2.7

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