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E1200 power commands?

Is there a command I can run on a E1200 to check for failed PSU's and or view input power in watts?

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Re: E1200 power commands?

Command #show power supply, should work for the status and #show power detail, for power info.

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Re: E1200 power commands?

Thank you for the response, but unfortunately neither of those commands seem to work, If I do a show p? the results don’t show a ‘power’ command at all.   

HOSTNAME#show power supply

                   ^

% Error: Invalid input at "^" marker.

HOSTNAME#show power detail

                   ^

% Error: Invalid input at "^" marker.

HOSTNAME#

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Re: E1200 power commands?

I pulled those commands from the manual. What FTOS is the device on?

www.force10networks.com/.../Documentation.aspx

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Re: E1200 power commands?

Force10 Networks Real Time Operating System Software

Force10 Operating System Version: 1.0

Force10 Application Software Version: 7.7.1.2

Copyright (c) 1999-2008 by Force10 Networks, Inc.

Build Time: Fri Apr 10 23:33:13 PDT 2009

Build Path: /sites/sjc/work/sw/build/build9/E7-7-1/SW/SRC

System image file is "flash://FTOS-EF-7.7.1.2.bin"

Chassis Type: E1200

Control Processor: IBM PowerPC 405GP (rev D) with 536870912 bytes of memory.

Route Processor 1: IBM PowerPC 405GP (rev D) with 1073741824 bytes of memory.

Route Processor 2: IBM PowerPC 405GP (rev D) with 1073741824 bytes of memory.

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Re: E1200 power commands?

Here is the link to the commands available for that software version.

www.force10networks.com/.../E_CLI_7.7.1.0_30-June-08.pdf

#Show power status

Displays power status: absent, down, or up

Looks like #Show sfm will get you the same information plus some addition.

I did not see one for showing power input in watts.

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