I've noticed the top of many of my Cisco ASA 5505s to be just under 50 degrees C (122 degrees F) after running for a few weeks in a 20 deg. server room. Is this normal?
I was also re-cabling a rack this weekend and unbundled a bunch of old 800-series router power supplies (someone, not me, had cable-tied them together) and the temperature of the bundle was 61 deg. C (141 deg. F)!!
Does the lower-end Cisco (eg: the non-rack mountable stuff) normally run "hot"? Obviously I have to make sure there is adequate air circulation, but these measured temps just seemed a bit excessive to me.
(and yes, I do calibrate my IR thermometer against other thermometers on a regular basis, so I know it's within a couple of degrees of accuracy)
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