Cisco EnergyWise Configuration Guide, EnergyWise Phase 1
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting EnergyWise

Table Of Contents

Troubleshooting EnergyWise

Using CLI Commands

Verifying the Power Usage


Troubleshooting EnergyWise


Using CLI Commands

Verifying the Power Usage


Note The examples in this document are for a Catalyst 3750-E or 3750 switch (for example, gigabitethernet 1/0/5). To specify an interface on your network device, see your device software documentation.


Using CLI Commands

Table 5-1 EnergyWise Commands

Command
Purpose

clear energywise neighbors privileged EXEC

Delete the EnergyWise neighbor tables on the entity. It immediately discovers the neighbors and recreates the table.

no energywise interface configuration

Disable EnergyWise on the PoE port.

no energywise domain global configuration

Disable EnergyWise on the entity.


Table 5-2 show Privileged EXEC Commands 

Command
Purpose

show energywise

Display the settings and status for the entity.

show energywise children

Display the status of the entity and the PoE ports in the domain.

show energywise domain

Display the domain to which the entity belongs.

show energywise events

Display the last ten events (messages) sent to other entities in the domain.

show energywise neighbors

Display the neighbor tables for the domains to which the entity belongs.

show energywise recurrences

Display the EnergyWise settings and status for recurring events.

show energywise statistics

Display the counters for events and errors.

show energywise usage

Display the actual power usage on the entity.

show energywise version

Display the current EnergyWise version.

show version

Display the software version.

show power inline

Display the PoE status.

show cdp neighbors

Display the neighbors discovered by CDP.


For more information about the commands, see the command reference for this release.

Verifying the Power Usage

This example shows that the Cisco 7960 IP Phone uses 6.3 watts and that the Cisco 7970G IP Phone uses 10.3 watts.

Switch# show energywise usage children
Interface   Name            Usage      Caliber
---------   ----            -----      -------
            Switch          144.0 (W)  max
Gi1/0/1     Gi1.0.1           6.3 (W)  trusted
Gi1/0/2     Gi1.0.2          10.3 (W)  trusted