you have been a lot of help to me in the past and I have one more "unusual" question for you...
Now, I am sure some of you might have had to install a bunch of switches rear facing to avoid many cables coming from the back of the servers to the front.
Now I have to deal with a server room which is very small, generate a huge amount of heat and since everything is pushing the heat on the back, some poor extreme switches are sucking in only hot air (and they tend to randomly stop working because of that).
Now the issue is that this server room grew this way during time, to the point that only thinking of moving them facing forward make me prefer to jump of a cliff, for the bazillion of things that are connected.
Do you know in your experience a piece of hardware (a conveyor or something). that can grab the air from the front, isolate (pipe?) so the extreme can suck from the front, while facing the back. And then pump the hot air inside the rack out the back.