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AirWave temperature monitoring

I have deployed some 2930F switches in a new network, theese switches will operate inside cooled rooms that can get to -25c. The racks are heated but I would like to keep the devices' temperature monitored, is this possible in AirWave?

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Re: AirWave temperature monitoring

This would be a feature request.  In the interim, if the switch has an SNMP trap or syslog message that conveys the temperature, then you could setup an alert:

System -> Triggers -> add -> trigger type = Device Event


Rob Gin
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Aruba Employee

Re: AirWave temperature monitoring

Yes, this can be possible through hardware event monitoring through Airwave syslogs/Traps page. 

 

Below is the sample output  you can see below in Airwave. 

 

chassis: Over Temperature: Slot 3, snmpTrapEnterprise.0:
arubaSwitchJL255A, snmpTrapAddress.0: 192.168.1.2

4/2/2018 10:40 PM PDT Syslog Aruba-2930F-24G-PoEP-4SFPP - - Warning User Level (1) Hardware Monitor
Jan 1 00:15:01 192.168.1.2 00553 chassis: Over Temperature: Slot 3

 
 
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