No. They keep spinning at full tilt. One 10g port and a couple of gig ports connected. No clue what firmware is on the switch. Just connected it to ensure its not DOA. Will reset and update the firmware to the latest version tomorrow and see if it makes a difference.Do the fans spin down and get much quieter after booting? That should be happening
The stack unit 1 chassis info: Power supply 1 (AC - Regular) present, status ok Model Number: 23-0000144-02 Serial Number: 015 Firmware Ver: A Power supply 1 Fan Air Flow Direction: Front to Back Power supply 2 (AC - Regular) present, status ok Model Number: 23-0000144-02 Serial Number: 0AE Firmware Ver: A Power supply 2 Fan Air Flow Direction: Front to Back Fan 1 ok, speed (auto): []<->2 Fan 2 not present Fan controlled temperature: 53.0 deg-C Fan speed switching temperature thresholds: Speed 1: NM<----->80 deg-C Speed 2: 75<-----> 85 deg-C (shutdown) Fan 1 Air Flow Direction: Front to Back MAC 1 Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 39.5 deg-C MAC 2 Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 53.0 deg-C CPU Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 51.0 deg-C sensor A Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 33.5 deg-C sensor B Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 41.0 deg-C sensor C Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 37.5 deg-C stacking card Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 47.0 deg-C Warning level.......: 82.0 deg-C Shutdown level......: 85.0 deg-C
He got it to quiet down, that was just the "full blast" mode before they go into speed control. On the icx6610 the chassis fans are near silent, what you hear is the power supply fans, those need to be able to move 40+cfm at full tilt or you'll cook your power supply, and there is no physical way to make it any quieter as at that amount of air moving from a 40mm fan is going to make noise no matter what. I've been through all method of fan swapping in the icx6610 (so has kapone and a few others if you check some of the previous 6610 threads), there's really nothing you can do without making it worse - it already runs the fans as slow as it can get away with, swapping in lower rpm/cfm models just makes it have to run them faster to maintain the same temp so you're back where you startedYou can swap the fans for Sunon Maglevs with much lower noise specs, AFAIK. Plenty of good deals in AliExpress for those.
I can chime in later about CFM equivalent fans, but depending on actual heat produced you might be just fine. Also, PSUs have over temp protection usually.Into the power supplies? You'd have to cut the whole back plate of it off and have a blower fan sticking out the back, and it'd have to match the stock fan rpm +/- 20% or it will refuse to bring that power supply up due to a fan failure
Have you guys actually heard these things? They're really not loud, just ask @K D and @mangodoc - especially when you consider it's a 500gbps data center router - they definitely already pulled a miracle making it this quiet
Well, the only fans that really make any sound in the 6610 are the psu fans, so it'd be those you'd be replacing - don't think there's enough free room inside the switch or psu to fit a blower replacement that would flow through the psu so it'd have to be hanging out the back hehewell, I meant internally. I'm a function over form guy.
sadly, my pair of 6610s are just departing for Canada.