Is there any other way to see if a power modules as failed? I just happened to notice the LED lights were red on the front of the secondary PA but my primary PA is in another building altogether so I would not know without going over there.
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I would hope the systems are setup to email if a hardware component failed and didtn take the box offline? I think this is a good subject to learn from and setup my own monitoring.
I was actually talking about configuring an 'Email' server profile, then setting up alerting utilizing the 'Log Settings' options. There you'll be able to configure System forwarding to your Email server to get alerts such as this.
Its good to hear that the system is back with good power supplies. Are they being fed power via a UPS? If not they could be getting dirty power causing the premature failures?
Just some thoughts.
I agree with @Otakar.Klier, something doesn't sound right with that @jdprovine. It could be that you simply got a couple of weak power supplies, but I'd say it's more likely that you either aren't feeding the power through a UPS or other power conditioner or that whatever you are using is having some issues cleaning up the power the firewall is being suplied.
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