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Thursday, June 10, 2010

2950G log shows Internal POWER supply is FAULTY

We have a 2950G that from time to time logs the Internal POWER supply is FAULTY message. The switch is operating normally, it's not rebooting and isn't connected to an RPS. The IOS version is .121-22.EA8a. Any idea whether this is a genuine hardware problem or is it software related?

If 'show env all" does not presents any PS failures, then it could be some cosmetic issue.

For example, could be due to the not fully correct changes in the code done under CSCsb73608 "2950 does not generate error message when power supply fails", which in turn were corrected in 12.1(22)EA9 under CSCse84332.

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