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Dell Server Voltage Sensor on LAN2 detected a failure 2.433V

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Dell Server Voltage Sensor on LAN2 detected a failure 2.433V.  We recevied this error from Server Administrator.  Is it anything to worry about?  It returned back to normal after 5seconds.  Any ideas.
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I don't think it is anything to worry about.  I'd be worried if you keep seeing it, but it could be a bad cable or a bad switch port, or could be the NIC going bad... but voltage fluctuations happen and I wouldn't worry unless it starts to be a regular thing.  If you see it on other machines too I'd worry about the switch.

Depending on your level of support it might be worth calling dell... but not if you're out of warr. or you have basic level support.
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Just once I wouldn't worry but if it continues to fluctuate, then either the power supply or power distribution board(depending on the model) is starting to fail.
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