I know there was a thread back in May of last year (07) of ASA's not having one, has anyone thought of this design flaw? We have a great need for this, since our current environment has seen degradation of the AC units and our DC is locked in currently. Budgetary constraints won't allow us to move now, so we need to be able to monitor temperatures before a total AC outage happens again. These ASA's (failover conf) will take on new duty of the old VPN concentrator (does have a temp sensor...strange, why wouldn't this carry over).
My understanding is the ASA5510 and higher have temperature sensors built into them. This Temperature sensor is what assists the ASA's to automatically adjust fan speed based on temperature inside the chassis.
The ASA5505 does not have Temperature Sensor because it does not have a fan to cool the air.
The problem with that, both of my 5520's can not show env like you could with a switch...and no mib, so I can't look there. Unfortunately, everyone I've checked with says the same thing, they can't check their temps either. My fans run at a constant speed, this we get when the ASA boots, the pitch on the fan screams for a little bit, but then drops. I really do wish we had a way of checking the temp, since these sit lower on the rack from our 6500 (core) which we're trying to keep cool. The Net Eng team is short handed and I check our VPN 3000 now to see the temp. However, once I migrate the L2L's over to the HA ASA's, that will be decommed.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...