Where did I say I wanted to put it in my living room? I saw that fan mentioned earlier in this thread and someone said it works good. I'll check out the fans you mentioned. Thanks Do you happen to know how many db those fans put out?I don't think those are the best choice.
Why are you looking at the 40x10mm? Those can't provide a great static pressure, and there isn't any space constraints inside the case (the original are 28mm deep).
Try looking inside this thread, there are some suggestions. I've bought two Sunon Maglev KDE1204PKVX with an appreciable noise improvement, but it's by no means silent (and it can't be, those aren't engineered to be silent). If you want to put any IT enterprise gear in your living room well... you haven't heard other devices, some are more powerful than an airdryer.
that will upgrade all stack members, and no new bootloader or PoE firmware for the last couple yearsLol, seems easy enough then, I assume it will update both switches in the stack at the same time?
Is there no need to update the boot or Poe firmware with this release?
nope, the 7750 is a huge datacenter switch with a power sucking trident II asic, even if you could figure out a way to mod the fans to make it quieter, you'd probably cook the chip as a result
does the switch have a route installed to know how to get back out to the internet over the management port? for instance if your transit providers gateway on the other side of that /28 is xxx.1, your switch is gunna need a route telling it to use that as a next-hop for any traffic you want going out that oob connection. or if you have the whole /28 and it's given to you over some other /31 transit subnet, replace the example gateway with the providers gateway in that subnet etcYes the ip block routed to my OOB drop is a /28. There shouldn't be any collision referred to in that post because it's an entirely separate uplink then what the ports on the front are connected to.
I've read 27.5dB, but this can be misleading as the switch keeps the fan at ~40% of the rated voltage at speed 1, and they are inside an enclosure.Do you happen to know how many db those fans put out?
How about these ones: MF40201VX-1000U-G99 Sunon Fans | Fans, Thermal Management | DigiKeyI've read 27.5dB, but this can be misleading as the switch keeps the fan at ~40% of the rated voltage at speed 1, and they are inside an enclosure.
I can say that there's an apreciabile difference between those and the stock Foxconn, but I don't have any measurement, sorry. And I can tell you that now it's bearable to be beside the switch, but it isn't silent.
Already did theUnstacking a switch will remove the config, IIRC.
You want to to copy the config from the original switch:
copy startup-config <destination here>
Load it onto your target:
copy <source here> startup-config<source options here>
Loaded from disk0 (USB) to running config. Got an error about only having one ip for an interface and had to fix the ve 1 ip to match old switch.Yes, load the config from your USB (guessing that's disk0), then update the password and issue "wr me" should do it, then just start moving connections over.
Has anyone got a copy of the latest 80.0.30u firmware for 6610s handy by any chance?