Cisco Wireless: Temperature sensor status Health Monitor

Jalasoft.Xian.SmartManagementPacks.CiscoWireless.TemperatureSensorStatus.1.1 (AggregateMonitor)

This monitor catches Xian events that notifies when the Temperature sensor status has changed its state.

Knowledge Base article:


The temperature component status has changed.

The chassis core temperature status has changed to one of the following states: critical, normal, not functioning, not present, shutdown or warning.


The component is normal when chassis core temperature status is ok. Core temperature is within operating limits; warning, when chassis core temperature status is warning. Core temperature above tolerances; critical, when chassis core temperature status is critical fault, chassis may fail; shutdown, when the device should be shutdown immediately, chassis core temperature status is severe critical fault, core temperature is critically high; not present, when chassis core temperature sensor not present, operational status unknown and not functioning, when chassis core temperature sensor not functioning correctly.

If the system operating temperature exceeds 45º C, the system reaches a warning state. When the system operating temperature continues to rise above 45º C and reaches a temperature of 60º C, the system gets to a critical state. Cisco IOS software gracefully shuts down the first DFC. If the operating temperature continues to be critical after 10 minutes, Cisco IOS software shuts down another DFC. Operating temperature 32 to 104° F (0 to 40° C) , non operating temperature -40 to 167° F (-40 to 75° C).


Normal is the desired state. For all others, the component should be inspected and replaced, if necessary.


Monitors temperature sensor status of a Cisco Wireless temperature sensor.

Element properties:

Parent MonitorSystem.Health.PerformanceState
Alert GenerateTrue
Alert SeverityMatchMonitorHealth
Alert PriorityLow
Alert Auto ResolveTrue
Alert Message
Temperature sensor status Alert

Source Code:

<AggregateMonitor ID="Jalasoft.Xian.SmartManagementPacks.CiscoWireless.TemperatureSensorStatus.1.1" Accessibility="Public" Enabled="true" Target="ThirdParty_Cisco!Jalasoft.Xian.Common.Elements.ThirdParty.Cisco.JsXCiscoWirelessEnvSensorTemperatureElement" ParentMonitorID="SystemHealth!System.Health.PerformanceState" Remotable="true" Priority="Normal">
<AlertSettings AlertMessage="TemperatureSensorStatus_AlertMessage">