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Cisco 3560 Power Issue

I have a Cisco 3560 running at a remote location. Due to power outage,the power connection shifted to a RPS. Since no resource is available onsite,is there a way wherein we could power on the original powersupply remotely using CLI?

Since the environment is highly business critical, will it seamlessly get transferred to the original power supply?

"sh env power" displays "Power is Faulty"

Kindly advise.
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Gurinders
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Gurinders
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rexxusCommented:
From:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/switches/ps5718/ps7148/ps7130/prod_qas0900aecd805bbf21.html

Unless the 3560 is an "E" series there is a chance that the switch will reboot when reverting back to it's power supply.  If the switch is an "E" series they are supposed to fail back to internal power when it returns, if it hasn't done so you're looking at a faulty power supply.

With the message you're seeing in the sh env power, I would hazard a guess that there may be a problem with the internal power supply and best bet would be to leave it until someone can get to site with a replacement power supply.

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