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fix: Use the correct high/high warn thresholds for junos dbm sensors #7056

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laf commented Jul 19, 2017


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Wrong OID's used here for the high sensors. Fixes: #7032


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The inspection completed: No new issues


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murrant commented Jul 19, 2017


@murrant murrant merged commit c40825f into librenms:master Jul 19, 2017

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siegsters commented Jul 19, 2017

Thanks for the quick fix! We installed this morning and no more alerts!


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