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SmartEdge 100 Unpacking Instructions 


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1   Unpacking the Chassis and Components

Figure 1   SmartEdge® 100 Packaging

Table 1    Components

Shipping Carton

Chassis, media interface cards (MICs) and two blank MIC slot covers

Installation Carton

Two 23-inch rack mounting brackets, screws, and instructions for downloading the release notes.

Optional—AC power cord for AC version of the chassis, and a compact-flash (CF) card

Optional Accessories Carton (NTM1011529/1)

Two cable management bracket, screws, console and Ethernet management port cables, and a documentation CD-ROM

Optional SFP Transceiver Carton

Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers

Optional Air Filter Carton

Air filter

After you unpack the equipment, use the documentation CD-ROM to view the installation instructions, which are provided in system hardware guides.

1.1   Unpack Components

Use a heavy-duty cart to move the system components to the installation site.

As you unpack each carton, check the items in the carton against those listed on the packing slip to ensure complete and correct order fulfillment.

Unpack the chassis:

  1. Open the carton and remove the installation box, air filter, and SFP transceivers boxes (if ordered); set them aside.
  2. From the front on the chassis, grasp the underside of the chassis and partially lift its front edge from the bottom foam cushion; slide the chassis forward, until the lower front edge rests on the cushion and the chassis is at a slight angle.

    Risk of equipment damage. Always grasp the chassis by its underside. Do not lift the chassis by its front and rear sides. No handhold can bear the strain induced by the chassis weight. The chassis can fall, or a component can warp or break.
  3. Grasp the underside of the chassis from both sides and lift it onto the heavy-duty cart.
  4. Examine the chassis for damage. If you see damage, contact your technical support representative.
  5. Save the packing materials, in case you need to repack the chassis for relocation at a later date.

1.2   Unpack Installation Box

Unpack the installation box, which contains:

1.3   Unpack Accessories Box

Unpack the accessories box, which contains:

1.4   Unpack SFP Transceiver Box

The transceiver box contains up to eight small packages—six for SFP transceivers for native ports and two for MICs.

Do not unpack the transceiver box until you have installed and are ready to connect the fiber-optic cables to the ports.

1.5   Unpack Air Filter Box

Unpack the air filter box, which contains an optional air filter that you attach to the front of the chassis after its installation.

1.6   What to Do Next

Risk of equipment damage. Do not remove the DC jumper plugs unless the instructions in the system hardware guide indicate to do so.

You are now ready to install the system:

  1. Install and power on the system. Instructions are included in the system hardware guide.
  2. Use the show version command in any mode to determine the release of the operating system that is installed on your system.

To locate online product documentation that describes safety instructions and how to install this product, see related documentation at