My Customer is working on optimizing the environmental conditions at all his Data Center locations (Currently they are in the range 68F to 74F at their locations and they want to increase the temp to 76F) . So, the customer wants to know the standard low / average / high thresholds of CSS11503 switches that they have in their Data Center locations and the current readings of these switches in their network just to make sure so that they don't raise the temperate in the hot location and end up having platforms shut down because the temperate was raised without confirming the platform and ambient temperature.
After doing some research in CCO, I found this below link which talks about the Ambient Operating temperature.
•Ambient operating temperature is 32° to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
I am trying to find the CLI show command that I can use to get the current readings, but I couldn’t find the show environment temperature command on the customer's production switch. In my opinion, “show environment temperature” command is kind of a standard command which should be on the switch irrespective of the code that it is running. But for some reason, I couldn’t find it on the production box. Is there any other related CLI show command that gives me this information that I am looking for? I also tried to find the “show diag environment” from the support forum on the production box, but no luck even with this.
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