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Switch temperature problem

hi,

 

Could you please help me on the below issue?
 
We have seen that sometimes few switch is reaching to waring thresold (58 Degree).My point is that can we confiure the thresold limit ?
 
Has the switch any internal protection to avoid overload on hardware side?
 
when it will reach to red thresold how the switch behave ? Switch will automaticaly shutdown or not?
 
 
Model-WS-C3560G-48PS-S
Temperature Value: 48 Degree Celsius
Temperature State: GREEN
Yellow Threshold : 58 Degree Celsius
Red Threshold : 68 Degree Celsius
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My point is that can we

My point is that can we confiure the thresold limit ?

No.

Has the switch any internal protection to avoid overload on hardware side?

Once the switch temperature hits RED the switch will power down.

 

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If the threshold was

If the threshold was configurable I would avoid changing it.

My understanding is that Cisco does extensive testing to come up with these figures including literally cooking switches in special ovens to see how they react to different temperatures.

I suggest that you investigate why they are getting so hot.

My understanding is that the switch shuts itself down when it reaches red but I would not like to test that feature in a production environment with an older switch.

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My point is that can we

My point is that can we confiure the thresold limit ?

No.

Has the switch any internal protection to avoid overload on hardware side?

Once the switch temperature hits RED the switch will power down.

 

View solution in original post

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If the threshold was

If the threshold was configurable I would avoid changing it.

My understanding is that Cisco does extensive testing to come up with these figures including literally cooking switches in special ovens to see how they react to different temperatures.

I suggest that you investigate why they are getting so hot.

My understanding is that the switch shuts itself down when it reaches red but I would not like to test that feature in a production environment with an older switch.

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Hi,Thanks.Could you please

Hi,

Thanks.

Could you please guide me to investigation way so that i can reach to  find out the RCA.

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This post offers some helpful

This post offers some helpful advice for the same model switch.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11759741/temperature-issue-cisco-3560

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