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ASR1001 "show environment all" interpretation

Hello guys,

Basically I looked in every book from cisco.com about ASR1000 and could not find how to interpret some abbreviated names when viewing the temperatures and sensors info.

I am interested in the following:

what is "Left"? the location of the sensor or anything else?

the same goes to center and right

Temp: Left       0                 Normal            37 Celsius

Temp: Center     0                 Normal            33 Celsius

Temp: Asic1      0                 Normal            42 Celsius

Temp: Right      0                 Normal            25 Celsius

Also these

Temp: Inlet      F0                Normal            35 Celsius

Temp: Asic1      F0                Normal            51 Celsius

Temp: Exhaust1   F0                Normal            48 Celsius

Temp: Exhaust2   F0                Normal            48 Celsius

Temp: Asic2      F0                Normal            42 Celsius

Please, help me to find their meanings or let me know where can I read about it.

Thanks as usual!!!

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ASR1001 "show environment all" interpretation

Look at the temperature readings.

Notice how "Right" is cooler compared to "Left"?

This means that air is "pulled" from the right, goes through the ASIC (which is always hot, by the way) and expelled to the "Left".  This is how the ASR is being cooled. 

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ASR1001 "show environment all" interpretation

Ooh Leo, thank you very much, I see now!!! You know I figured out the other abbreviations P0,P1, F0 and R0, that was not very difficult.. Thanks for the clarification again, many things are clearer for me now))

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