06-13-2015 10:47 AM - edited 06-13-2015 10:50 AM
Hello i was wondering if i should get worry when looking at this temperature of one of our swithces?
System Temperature : CPU Temp : 67 C
: Mid Temp : 62 C
: DPE Temp : 73 C
Does this look to high? for a fanless switch?
I can see on the datasheet that it says from 0 to 40
It seems to be working fine and we just have 2 AP 225 connected to that Switch(which drain power) other ports are used for PCs.
Which would be the tempature trehoold for S1500 12p switch?
I did find the controller ones here http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/What-are-the-controller-temperature-thresholds-for-normal-minor/ta-p/178116
But not Switches ones.
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06-14-2015 09:15 PM
Looks ok to me for fanless (not far off the temps of my 1500-24p which has a fan). Note that the 0-40 is the ambient supported, the temps you are seeing are localised at the temp sensors - will always be higher.
Not sure the exact thresholds - will try to track them down
06-16-2015 04:45 AM
here are some more details from R&D
CPU Temp 95 *C
Mid Temp 85 *C
DPE Temp 110 *C
These thresholds values are same for all MAS platforms/models.
System shutdown is triggered when CPU or DPE temperature crosses the above mentioned threshold values. Before shutdown there will be ‘syslog’ and ‘trap’ generated, along with ‘alarm’
Depending on the proximity of the current temperature to the threshold value:
Minor alarm: If temperature lies between (threshold – 15) to (threshold – 5)
Major Alarm: If temperature lies between (threshold – 5) to threshold.
Critical Alarm: If temperature is above respective threshold. Then triggers shutdown.
And when the switch shutdown happens, it will NOT resume/auto-bootup post cooling. User has to manually cycle the AC power.