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How To Generate a Temperature Alarm

Discussion created by fvalcho on Feb 7, 2017

I needed to trigger a Chassis Temp Alarm on a 3930 running 6.15.0.xxxx software. The Command Line for viewing and

changing the Los and/or High thresholds seems to be the way to test.

 

Hope this is helpful.

 

* If anyone else has an alternative method, please post and share for us to view.

To show the Temp for High or low threshold values, use the following commands.

To set the threshold to other values, to trigger an (syslog) Event, I used this command:

The Chassis new Temp threshold Values:

The SYSLOG Event:
Feb 7 07:56:49 108.79.135.18 Feb 7 08:57:10 [local] 108.79.135.18 SIL-CIENA 00:23:8a:ea:4e:50
 KNSWGAWQ0AW CHASSIS-4-HIGH_TEMPERATURE_THRESHOLD_EXCEEDED: chassis(1):
 :Temp device 1:High temperature threshold exceeded

 

After multiple 'sets', the chassis alarm history can be viewed for Events:

This is the OID from MG-Soft from the MIB.

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Name:   wwpLeosChassisTempSensorState

Type:   OBJECT-TYPE

OID:    1.3.6.1.4.1.6141.2.60.11.1.1.5.1.1.5

Full path:        iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).wwp(6141).wwpModules(2).wwpModulesLeos(60).wwpLeosChassisMIB(11).wwpLeosChassisMIBObjects(1).wwpLeosChassis(1).wwpLeosChassisTempSensor(5).wwpLeosChassisTempSensorTable(1).wwpLeosChassisTempSensorEntry(1).wwpLeosChassisTempSensorState(5)

Module: WWP-LEOS-CHASSIS-MIB

 

Parent: wwpLeosChassisTempSensorEntry

Prev sibling:  wwpLeosChassisTempSensorLowThreshold

 

Numerical syntax:      Integer (32 bit)

Base syntax:   INTEGER

Composed syntax:       INTEGER

Status: current

Max access:    read-only

Value list:    1: higherThanThreshold(0)

        2: normal(1)

        3: lowerThanThreshold(2)

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