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How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

I've scrubbed the ap details and ap tech support.  No dice.   Possible i over looked something.

 

Thanks,

 

brodi3man


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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

The temperature is not recorded in any of the info, unfortunately.

 


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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

The temperature is not recorded in any of the info, unfortunately.

 


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Occasional Contributor II

Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

well thats down right dissappointing.  Thanks for the reply :)

 

 

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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

 

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.)

 

 

 

 

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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

bingo.


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Occasional Contributor II

Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

Will the access point send high temperature alarms or is there a trigger or alert that needs setup? 

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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

It does not send alarms and there is no trigger.

 


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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

cool.  thanks for the quick help.

 

 

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Occasional Contributor II

Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

Is there any improvement  about that? I tried "show ap debug system-status ap-name AP_NAME" in Version 6.4.3.4 but I couldn't see anthing about temperature. 

 

 

 

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Re: How can i view the current operating temperature of my AP-135 and AP-225s on my network?

There is no temperature parameter, no.


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