Cisco Bug: CSCvr96849 - System power-off after removing CLI for ignition undervoltage threshold
Sep 24, 2020
- Cisco 800 Series Routers
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Symptom: The undervoltage threshold is set to 31.1v if no ignition undervoltage threshold CLI in the configuration and ultimately results in system power-off. The valid range for "Undervoltage threshold" should be 9V ~ 24V. Conditions: IR829(config)#no ignition undervoltage threshold [ignition_event - input power undervoltage is triggering a shutdown] Powering down cellular modem, please wait... Powering down cellular modem, please wait... %IGNITION-4-IGN_UNDER_VOLTAGE: The input voltage is at 12.2 V. The undervoltage threshold of 31.1 V has been tripped recently. Shutdown sequence will begin. %CELLULAR-2-MODEM_DOWN: Cellular0 modem is now DOWN. %IGNITION-5-IGN_RELOAD_SYS: The Ignition Power Management is preparing for shutdown %SYS-5-RELOAD: Reload requested by IGNITION. Reload Reason: Ignition Power Management - low voltage. %IR800_ENV-5-IR800_VDS_NOTIFIED_GOS_SHUTDOWN: Notified VDS for graceful shutdown. Modems already powered down! %IR800_ENV-5-IR800_VDS_GOS_ACK_SHUTDOWN: Received ack from VDS. Now it is shutting down.
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