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Get device temperature via CLI on SG300-28PP

Good morning,

according to the CLI manual, release 1.4, page 980 ff. there is a "show environment" command similar to regular Cisco switches. When typing this command in the CLI there's a "Unrecognized command" error message.

Is there any way to get a read on the temperature via CLI, SNMP, ...?

Regards,

Joerg

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Hi

what options does it give you in cli , use ? mark see whats available

show e ?

or try show power

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show e

eee                    Energy Efficient Ethernet
errdisable           Show errdisable state.

sh power shows the temperature of the PSU

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strange doc says its there but not , maybe check your on the latest 1.4 release  sx300_fw-1476.ros 

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Double checked: I'm on 1.4.7.6

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I looked into the CiscoSB-Mibs and found only the PSU temp (OID .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.6.1.101.108.3.1.6.1) and the Temp status (OID .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.6.1.101.53.15.1.13.1).

Could get these infos via snmpget. So it's not the solution I was hoping for but better than nothing at all.

Thanks a lot for your help.

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Beginner

show system does this.

example: 

FAN is OK
SYSTEM TEMPERATURE is OK
System Temperature Value: 23 Degree Celsius
System Temperature State: GREEN
Yellow Threshold : 51 Degree Celsius
Red Threshold : 61 Degree Celsius
SW PID Serial# Status Sys Pwr PoE Pwr Watts
--- ------------------ ---------- --------------- ------- ------- -----
1 Built-in Good

SW Status RPS Name RPS Serial# RPS Port#
-- ------------- ---------------- ----------- ---------
1 <> <>

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Hello,

Try the following commands:

switch# show system sensors
switch# show system fan

Hope it helps

Cheers,

Mike