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Is there any way to adjust the fan speed on an ASA 5510?  
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Most of the Cisco devices that I've seen with a variable fan speed have no manual control over the speed.  It is all automatic based on the temperature inside the unit.
I've been told that you can adjust the speeds a bit inside of the larger 7500 series routers.  But I haven't seen anything like that in there smaller ASA firewalls.
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Damn, thought so. Well that thing is going to have to find a new home, the noise is driving me nuts.
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