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Thread: Power connected in both sockets?

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    Default Power connected in both sockets?

    Hi,

    I am remotely managing a couple of checkpoint 4800 appliances running on R77.10.
    This appliance has capability of two power sockets.
    How can i know if both sockets are connected, or only one?
    I have run the following command which says both are "Up". Does "Up" mean both are connected to power sources?

    Code:
    FW1> cpstat os -f power_supply
    
    Power Supply
    |Index|Status|
    --------------
    |    1|Up    |
    |    2|Up    |
    --------------

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    Default Re: Power connected in both sockets?

    Quote Originally Posted by njathan View Post
    Does "Up" mean both are connected to power sources?

    Code:
    FW1> cpstat os -f power_supply
    
    Power Supply
    |Index|Status|
    --------------
    |    1|Up    |
    |    2|Up    |
    --------------
    A - It should, yes.

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