To check the temperature alarm threshold, execute the command "show sys hardware".
The below-mentioned KB Article would be helpful for you:-
a simple syslog config example
set logging server 1 ip-addr 188.8.131.52 state enable
A simple SNMP example config:
set snmp access groupRW security-model v2c exact read All write All notify Allset snmp access testnet security-model usm privacy exact read All write All notify All
set snmp group groupRW user public security-model v1
set snmp group groupRW user public security-model v2c
set snmp group testnet user testsnmp security-model usm
set snmp user testsnmp authentication sha :13e4bca8dcedd3de4495ee55e849e79b168e96101f41ef61db4f4ea3: privacy :0ef47a22915de70bb00b4992a194744051ca65b06da8246cb7dd4ee4:
set snmp view viewname All subtree 1
set snmp view viewname All subtree 0.0
Figures for the trap/log event are as follows:
Ambient temperature traps/messages:
Ambient uses chassis fan tray temperature sensors - normally the data point of interest.
HOT: 41C or more (then back to WARM at 38C)
WARM: 35C or more (then back to NORMAL at 32C)
NORMAL: 11C – 34C
COOL: 10C or less (then back to NORMAL at 13C)
COLD: 4C or less (then back to COOL at 7C)
We also support envTempHot and envTempNormal Cabletron traps/messages based on the following thresholds. This uses the board LM75 temperature sensor:
HOT: 70C or more
NORMAL: 65C or less
I hope this info helps.
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