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HP 5406R Over-temperature Sensor

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C_Anderson
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HP 5406R Over-temperature Sensor

I'm trying to find the OID for the Over-temperature Sensor on a HP 5406R zl2.

 

I've attached the output of the command walkmib hpicfsensortable for a 5406 and a 5406R and noticed that it is not listed for the 5406R. Has this value been removed in the new switches or am I just looking in the wrong place?

 

5406R# walkmib hpicfsensortable:

hpicfSensorIndex.1 = 1
hpicfSensorIndex.2 = 2
hpicfSensorIndex.3 = 3
hpicfSensorIndex.4 = 4
hpicfSensorIndex.5 = 5
hpicfSensorIndex.6 = 6
hpicfSensorIndex.7 = 7
hpicfSensorIndex.8 = 8
hpicfSensorIndex.9 = 9
hpicfSensorObjectId.1 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.2 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.3 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.4 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.5 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.6 = icfFanSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.7 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.8 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.9 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorNumber.1 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.2 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.3 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.4 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.5 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.6 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.7 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.8 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.9 = 1
hpicfSensorStatus.1 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.2 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.3 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.4 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.5 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.6 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.7 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.8 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.9 = 5
hpicfSensorWarnings.1 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.2 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.3 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.4 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.5 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.6 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.7 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.8 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.9 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.1 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.2 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.3 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.4 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.5 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.6 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.7 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.8 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.9 = 0
hpicfSensorDescr.1 = Chassis Inlet Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.2 = Fabric 1 Internal Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.3 = Fabric 1 External Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.4 = Fabric 2 Internal Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.5 = Fabric 2 External Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.6 = Fan Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.7 = CPU Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.8 = Slot 1 Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.9 = Slot 2 Sensor

5406# walkmib hpicfsensortable:

hpicfSensorIndex.1 = 1
hpicfSensorIndex.2 = 2
hpicfSensorIndex.3 = 3
hpicfSensorIndex.4 = 4
hpicfSensorIndex.5 = 5
hpicfSensorIndex.6 = 6
hpicfSensorIndex.7 = 7
hpicfSensorIndex.8 = 8
hpicfSensorIndex.9 = 9
hpicfSensorObjectId.1 = icfFanSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.2 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.3 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.4 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.5 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.6 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.7 = icfTemperatureSensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.8 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorObjectId.9 = icfPowerSupplySensor
hpicfSensorNumber.1 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.2 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.3 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.4 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.5 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.6 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.7 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.8 = 1
hpicfSensorNumber.9 = 1
hpicfSensorStatus.1 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.2 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.3 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.4 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.5 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.6 = 5
hpicfSensorStatus.7 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.8 = 4
hpicfSensorStatus.9 = 4
hpicfSensorWarnings.1 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.2 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.3 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.4 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.5 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.6 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.7 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.8 = 0
hpicfSensorWarnings.9 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.1 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.2 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.3 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.4 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.5 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.6 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.7 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.8 = 0
hpicfSensorFailures.9 = 0
hpicfSensorDescr.1 = Fan Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.2 = Power Supply 1 Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.3 = Power Supply 2 Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.4 = Power Supply 3 Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.5 = Power Supply 4 Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.6 = RPS Power Supply Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.7 = Over-temperature Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.8 = External Power Supply 1 Sensor
hpicfSensorDescr.9 = External Power Supply 2 Sensor
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Michael Patmon
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Re: HP 5406R Over-temperature Sensor

The Over-temperature sensor on the 5400 is just the chassis sensor.  For the 5400R it is at hpicfSensorDescr.1:

HP-5412Rzl2$ walkmib hpicfSensorDescr

hpicfSensorDescr.1 = Chassis Inlet Sensor