I've scrubbed the ap details and ap tech support. No dice. Possible i over looked something.
The temperature is not recorded in any of the info, unfortunately.
well thats down right dissappointing. Thanks for the reply :)
There are some thresholding SNMPv3 inform things in the MAS MIB, but they don't give an actual temperature reading, just send informs, and probably don't work for APs, just MAS. I only know this because we are stealing back the wires our physical plant stole from us for some statistical thermos and I figured what the heck, might as well look. (Not that one can reliably use the backplane temperature of a single AP as a reliable source because it changes based on how busy the AP is.)
Will the access point send high temperature alarms or is there a trigger or alert that needs setup?
It does not send alarms and there is no trigger.
cool. thanks for the quick help.
Is there any improvement about that? I tried "show ap debug system-status ap-name AP_NAME" in Version 220.127.116.11 but I couldn't see anthing about temperature.
There is no temperature parameter, no.
Thank you Colin.
any update regarding the temperature
The ambient temperature is not available in any access points that I know of.
Closing this because it is 3 years old.
To be clear, the command above is only supported on the 534, 535 and 555 series 802.11ax access points.
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