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    Check the MCS Environmental Status

    Purpose

    To obtain information about the MCS environmental status.

    Action

    To check the MCS environmental status, use the following command:

    user@host> show chassis environment mcs

    Sample Output

    user@host> show chassis environment mcs
    MCS 0 status:
      State                           Online Master
      Temperature                  43 degrees C / 109 degrees F
      Power:
        3.3 V                    3318 mV
        5.0 V                    4974 mV
        12.0 V on                 12
      FPGA Revision                13
    MCS 1 status:
      State                           Online Standby
      Temperature                  58 degrees C / 136 degrees F
      Power:
        3.3 V                    3317 mV
        5.0 V                    5006 mV
        12.0 V                  11843 mV
        5.0 V bias               4998 mV
        8.0 V bias               8195 mV
      BUS Revision                 12
      FPGA Revision               255
    

    Meaning

    The show chassis environment mcs command is available on the M40e and M160 routers only. The command output displays environmental information about both MCSs installed in the router or about an individual MCS. The MCS status can be Present, Online, Offline, or Empty. The command also indicates that the MCS is the master MCS. The command output also displays the temperature of the air flowing past the MCS, information about MCS power supplies, field-programmable gate array (FPGA) revision information, and the revision level of the chassis management bus (CMB) backup.

    To display the environmental status of a particular MCS, use the following Junos OS CLI operational mode command:

    user@host> show chassis environment mcs slot
     

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    Published: 2012-08-20