It looks like there's an official build guide that's been archived here: GitHub - celestica-Inc/sonic-buildimage: Scripts which perform an installable binary image build for SONiCThey have a hollow/tinny whine like the DX010. Not quite as loud as the ICX6110. But you can patch the fan configuration although I haven't done it for SONiC. The problem with using SONiC on the D4040 is the switch was never officially supported. @okrasit shared his deb modules and while it generally worked the LEDs didn't and it was for an old version -- I recall a 2018 snapshot. Newer versions won't load the modules because they were compiled for an older kernel. He indicated he was going to update it but hasn't logged on here for over a year. Maybe he has moved to better platforms; I hope he's doing well.
... sounds promising.A good choice of OS for building SONiC is currently Ubuntu 20.04.
were they all 240v fed? My samples are from 120v power feed through a wattnode revenue meterICX6450-24P: 35.3W IDLE (240V, no ports linked, 7 samples)
So, after testing 7 different samples, I can say that I'm 99% certain that the "25w power draw for the 24-port models with or without PoE" in the Brocade ICX thread https://forums.servethehome.com/ind...s-cheap-powerful-10gbe-40gbe-switching.21107/ is not correct for the PoE models.
yep, all 240Vwere they all 240v fed? My samples are from 120v power feed through a wattnode revenue meter
edit: granted I only tested two now that I think about it, and this was years ago at this point
yeah all those readings were through a WattNode Revenue meter, NIST traceable to +/- 0.5%. it's entirely possible I swapped the poe and non poe around though, I think that was almost 6 years ago now. Ill see if I should update themyep, all 240V
are you sure your power meter was accurate? Because usually, power supplies are more efficient at 240V than 120V (even if it's just in the low single digit range). There should definitely not be a 10W difference for 120 vs 240V, especially not to the disfavor of 240V
If I remember correctly, the non-P sat at 25W..