Network OS Administration Guide

Supporting Network OS 6.0.1a

Part Number: 53-1003768-04

Threshold values

High and low threshold values are the values at which potential problems might occur. For example, in configuring a temperature threshold for SFPs, you can select the temperatures at which a potential problem can occur because of overheating or overcooling.

A combination of high and low threshold settings can cause the following actions to occur:

  • Above high threshold — A default or user-configurable action is taken when the current value is above the high threshold.
  • Below high threshold — A default or user-configurable action is taken when the current value is between the high and low threshold.
  • Below low threshold — A default or user-configurable action is taken when the current value is below the low threshold.
  • Above low threshold — monitoring is not supported for this value.