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How to enable audible alarm in NetScreen-5200

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Article ID: KB6308 KB Last Updated: 10 Jun 2010Version: 3.0
Summary:
How to enable audible alarm in NetScreen-5200
Symptoms:
Power Supply1 is down get alarm event shows "At least one power supply is not functioning properly" message get event level critical shows "At least one power supply is not functioning properly" message To clear audible-alarm immediately, use "clear audible-alarm" command.

ns5200-> get event level critical
Date' ' ' ' ' '  Time' ' ' '  Module Level'  Type Description
2001-02-06 08:59:11 system crit'  00022 At least one power supply is not
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '  functioning properly
Total entries matched = 1


ns5200-> get alarm event
Date' ' ' ' ' '  Time' ' ' '  Module Level'  Type Description
2001-02-06 08:59:11 system crit'  00022 At least one power supply is not
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '  functioning properly
Total entries matched = 1


Solution:

By default, audible alarm is disabled. In order to enable it, use the command:

set chassis audible-alarm

The above command supports the following events:

1) Low battery alarm
2) Fan failure alarm
3) Power failure alarm
4) Temperature alarm


Example:

ns5200-> set chassis audible-alarm ?
all                  enable/disable all audible alarms
battery              enable/disable audible alarm for low battery
fan-failed           enable/disable audible alarm for fan failed
power-failed         enable/disable audible alarm for power failed
temperature          enable/disable audible alarm for temperature


To verify current audible alarm, use "get chassis" command,


ns5200-> get chassis
Chassis Environment:
  Power Supply: One power supply is down
  Fan Status: Good
  Battery Status: Good
  CPU Temperature: 100'F (38'C)
Slot Information:
Slot  Type         S/N                Assembly-No   Temperature
 1    Management   0039062002000077   0024-003      104'F (40'C)
 2    Processing   0038052002000014   0025-004       91'F (33'C)
Alarm Control Information:
 Power failure audible alarm: enabled
  Fan failure audible alarm: enabled
  Low battery audible alarm: enabled
  Temperature audible alarm: enabled

    Normal alarm temperature is 132'F (56'C)
    Severe alarm temperature is 150'F (66'C)


To disable it, use "unset chassis audible-alarm" command.

Here is the problem or goal:

  • get alarm event shows "At least one power supply is not functioning properly" message
  • get event level critical shows "At least one power supply is not functioning properly" message
  • How to enable audible alarm in NetScreen-5200

Problem Environment:

  • Power Supply1 is down

Additional Information:

To clear audible-alarm immediately, use "clear audible-alarm" command.

ns5200-> get event level critical
Date       Time     Module Level  Type Description
2001-02-06 08:59:11 system crit  00022 At least one power supply is not
                                       functioning properly
Total entries matched = 1


ns5200-> get alarm event
Date       Time     Module Level  Type Description
2001-02-06 08:59:11 system crit  00022 At least one power supply is not
                                       functioning properly
Total entries matched = 1

Applicable Products:

  • NetScreen-5200

Applicable ScreenOS:

  • 4.0.0
  • 4.0.0-DIAL
  • 4.0.1
  • 4.0.2


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