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How can i see the uptime of my IGX - or the timestamp of the last reset?

What is the command to analyse the uptime of my WAN switches (IGX) since the last restart? Is it possible to see the reason for the restart?

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Re: How can i see the uptime of my IGX - or the timestamp of the

Hello Hrost,

no way to get the uptime like on an IOS router.

IGX is a wan-switch without IOS.

You can have a look to the log-file with dsplog and may you see it there. May you see it in CWM or HPOV logfiles.

regards

Dietmar

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Re: How can i see the uptime of my IGX - or the timestamp of the

try to type version at the prompt this may be what you are looking for

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Re: How can i see the uptime of my IGX - or the timestamp of the

Sorry, but there is no version command on an IGX!

New Member

Re: How can i see the uptime of my IGX - or the timestamp of the

Hello Hrost,

no way to get the uptime like on an IOS router.

IGX is a wan-switch without IOS.

You can have a look to the log-file with dsplog and may you see it there. May you see it in CWM or HPOV logfiles.

regards

Dietmar

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Re: How can i see the uptime of my IGX - or the timestamp of the

Hi Dietmar,

in the meantime I found a way to get the uptime respectively 2 ways. First way is to read the snmp OID .1.3.6.1.4.1.351.100.4.4.2.1.1.24.1 from the IGX.

You'll get an integer value you have to calaculate - a little bit difficult an strange:

: INTEGER: 617031042

convert 617031042 gives you 21 Jul 1999 13:30.

Conversion forumla:

INTEGER / 60 = Mins

Mins /60 = Hours

Hours /24 = Days

There have been 7670 days between Jan 1 1980 up until Jan 1 2001 (365 x 21 yrs + 5 extra days for leap years)

Take 7670 away from your Days value and this leaves the number of days this year since the card was activated.

NOTE: If a switchcc is performed, this INTEGER value gets reset to 0 so is no use.

Second way: type dsptech an look at the output of "SYSTICK:". The way to decode the value is also not so easy:

The hex output decodes as 5330878 seconds. This gives the figure 6169.998125. The figures break down as

1st two digits are days = 61

3rd & 4th digits are interpreted as 24 hours x 0.69 24 to give the number of hours = 16 hours and 33 minutes and 3 seconds.

This up time is defined as the time since the node was powered though it must be noted that the timer is et to roll-over approx 1 hour after node power up, and then 500 days afterwards.

This for all who will know the same!

Regards

Horst

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