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Cisco Codec Temperture reports

Can anyone help me to pull out Temperature report of Cisco SX, MX series codecs ?

 

Maybe it is for a week, month or year. 

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Re: Cisco Codec Temperture reports

Hello,

 

There is no such report for these codecs.

You can know the current temperature of the unit by logging into webGUI and in system information.

If the temperature is higher than threshold it will start giving you warning in diagnostics.

 

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Re: Cisco Codec Temperture reports

Thank You Anurag for the answer. But, i was thinking, if there is any way to pull out reports from logs.
Kindly suggest.
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Re: Cisco Codec Temperture reports

Hi, you can, via an API query, find out the current temperature of the video system. Using your own script you could ask the question automatically at certain intervals. You can then build your own reports based on the values you have received.
See the Cisco API Reference Guide for the affected software version for more information.

See example API question in the image below (used postman to ask the question).

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Re: Cisco Codec Temperture reports

As others have mentioned, there is no historical information that is stored regarding temperatures - you can only query what the current reading is.

If you wanted to keep a log over a period of time, you would need to have some other system to request and store this information for you and do your reporting from that.

Wayne
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