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Quick Installation Guide for SmartEdge 800 Front Bezel 

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Contents

1Installing the SmartEdge 800 Front Bezel
1.1Upgrading to the New Cable Management Unit
1.2Routing the Cables
1.3Installing the Bezel


1   Installing the SmartEdge 800 Front Bezel

Figure 1   SmartEdge® 800 Front Bezel

Table 1    SmartEdge 800 Front Bezel

Order Numbers

Description

BEZEL-SE8 SXK1099603/1

Front Bezel, SmartEdge 800 chassis

With the bezel installed, the SmartEdge 800 router meets more stringent electromagnetic interference (EMI) standards.

The bezel fits snugly against the front of the chassis; the only gaps are at the sides to allow cable routing.

The bezel hides all the traffic cards but not the front panel of the fan and alarm unit. To view the status of the traffic or controller cards without removing the bezel, you must use either the command-line interface (CLI) or the NetOp Element Manager System (EMS) software.

The bezel requires a new cable management unit to allow the bezel to be installed. The bezel is secured to the chassis with captive fasteners that are inserted in the front panel of the new cable management unit. All SmartEdge 800 routers shipped after 2006 include the new cable management unit. To install the bezel on a SmartEdge 800 router with older cable management trays, you must first upgrade the SmartEdge 800 chassis to the new cable management unit and route your cables.

For information about ordering a new cable management unit, contact your local technical support representative.

1.1   Upgrading to the New Cable Management Unit

Figure 2   SmartEdge 800 Cable Management Unit

The new cable management unit accommodates both fiber-optic and nonfiber cables in separate areas.

The unit has 12 inner brackets for fiber-optic cables and 12 outer guides for nonfiber cables; no adjustments are needed to accommodate both types of cables.

Each traffic card has its own pair of inner brackets and outer guides to allow cables connected to the card to be bundled together.

The area at the center of the unit is used for the cables connected to the Craft 2 and Ethernet Management ports.

Cables can be routed to either or both sides of the chassis.

The unit includes a pull-down front panel with a side-squeeze latch. When open, it allows easy access when you are routing the cables; when closed, it keeps the cables in place.

After you have installed the chassis, as described in the “Installing the Chassis” section of the “Installing the Hardware” chapter in SmartEdge 800 Router Hardware Guide, but before you install the air ramps, attach the new cable management system::

  1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the eight 4-40 screws that secure the cable management unit to the chassis and remove it from the chassis.
  2. On the new cable management system, squeeze the latch at the center of the front panel to pull down the front panel.
  3. Align the screw holes in the new cable management unit with the screw holes in the chassis and insert six 4-40 screws, using either the screws that you have just removed or the mounting screws that are provided with the new unit; tighten each screw to a maximum torque of 5.0 inch-lbs (0.6 Newton-meters).

1.2   Routing the Cables

Figure 3   SmartEdge 800 Cable Routing

Proceed with the hardware installation until you are ready to route the cables at the front of the chassis.

To connect and route the cables:

  1. Squeeze the latch at the center of the cable management unit and pull down to fully expose the inner brackets and outer guides.
  2. Connect and route the fiber-optic cables:

     Caution! 
    Risk of equipment damage. Never twist a cable when connecting it to or disconnecting it from a traffic card. When routing fiber-optic cables, ensure that you do not bend the cables more than is needed to insert them into the inner brackets.
    1. Starting with the traffic cards installed in the outer slots at the left side of the chassis (1 to 3), insert each cable for the card into the appropriate connectors.
    2. Guide the cables into the area between the inner brackets and the outer guides, and then slide them into the area between the inner brackets that flank the card.
    3. Tie-wrap the cables and attach the tie to the inner bracket at the left of the card, using one of the holes provided in the bracket.
    4. Continue routing all fiber-optic cables, working toward the inner slots (4 to 6).
    5. Repeat steps a through d for cards in slots 9 to 14, starting with the outer slots; in this case, you attach the tie to the inner bracket at the right of the card.
  3. Connect and route the nonfiber cables:
    1. Starting with the cards installed in the outer slots (1 to 3 and 12 to 14), insert the cables in the appropriate connectors on a card.
    2. Loosely bundle the cables for a card between and beneath the outer cable guides for that card.
    3. Tie-wrap the bundled cables from each card to the outside edge of the rack.
    4. Continue routing all nonfiber cables, working toward the inner slots (4 to 6 and 9 to 11).
  4. Connect and route the management access cables:
    1. Insert each cable into the appropriate connector on the card.
    2. Loosely bundle the cables in the center area between the cable guides for slot 6 and slot 9, and route them with the other nonfiber cables. Route the cables for slot 7 to the left side of the chassis and for slot 8 to the right side of the chassis.
    3. Tie-wrap the cables from each controller card to form a bundle, and then tie each bundle to the outside edge of the rack.
  5. Close the front panel of the cable management unit; the latch snaps into place and secures the panel.

Complete the installation of the system as described in the “Installing the Hardware” chapter; then power on the system and check the hardware status as described in the “Hardware Status” section in SmartEdge 800 Router Hardware Guide. When the system is operating correctly, you can install the bezel.

1.3   Installing the Bezel

Figure 4   Installing the Bezel

To install the bezel:

  1. Place the bezel over the front of the chassis so that the openings in the bezel side panels rest on the four small posts on the inner side of the chassis side panels.
  2. Adjust the bezel so that the captive fastener (thumbscrew) on each side is aligned with the corresponding screw hole in the cable management unit.
  3. Tighten the thumbscrews to secure the bezel to the chassis.

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