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Cisco 6200 Installation And Replacement

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Cisco 6200 FRU Installation and
Replacement
Read this document to learn how to install and remove field-replaceable units (FRUs) in the
Cisco 6200 advanced digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM).
A Cisco 6200 DSLAM contains at least one of each of these FRUs:
This document includes the following sections:
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Network trunk card (NTC)
Management processor card (MPC)
Subscriber line card (SLC)
Power entry module (PEM)
Fan tray with air filter
Dangler cable
Installing and Removing Cards, page 2
Installing and Removing a Power Entry Module (PEM), page 8
Installing and Removing a Fan Tray, page 10
Installing and Removing Dangler Cables, page 12
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  • Page 1 Cisco documentation on the World Wide Web at http://www.cisco.com, http://www-china.cisco.com, or http://www-europe.cisco.com. If you are reading Cisco product documentation on the World Wide Web, you can submit comments electronically. Click Feedback in the toolbar and select Documentation. After you complete the form, click Submit to send it to Cisco.
  • Page 2 Follow the procedures in this section to install MPCs, NTCs, and SLCs. It is not necessary to disconnect power before inserting any card into the Cisco 6200 chassis. All the SLCs in a Cisco 6200 chassis should be of the same type. The mixture of CAP and Note DMT cards in a single chassis is not supported.
  • Page 3 10/02/98 Installing and Removing Cards 1.1.1 Card Installation To insert a card into the Cisco 6200 shelf, follow these steps: Step 1 If you are installing a replacement MPC, remove the PCMCIA Flash card from the old MPC and place it in the left PCMCIA slot in the new MPC.
  • Page 4 (GUI) management application) or the command line interface (CLI) to the Cisco 6200. See the User Guide for the Cisco 6200 Manager for instructions on using the GUI. This section explains how to use CLI commands to configure the SLC interfaces on a Cisco 6200 system.
  • Page 5 To save the configuration, use the end command to return to privileged EXEC mode, and Step 8 copy the running configuration to the startup configuration: c6200# end c6200# copy running-config startup-config Cisco 6200 FRU Installation and Replacement...
  • Page 6 In this procedure, it is assumed that you have prepared a backup PCMCIA Flash card, as described in the Cisco 6200 User Guide in Chapter 6, “Preventive Maintenance.” The backup PCMCIA card should contain the Cisco IOS software image and the current configuration file for the system.
  • Page 7 The procedure for removing MPCs, NTCs, and SLCs is the same. It is not necessary to disconnect power before removing any card from the Cisco 6200 DSLAM. Static voltages as low as 30 volts can cause latent damage to circuitry. Be sure to observe all Caution standard anti-static procedures (for example, wear a grounding strap).
  • Page 8 A; the bay on the right is wired to power circuit B. (The circuits are identified at the power terminals on the backplane.) It is not necessary to disconnect power before inserting a PEM into the Cisco 6200 chassis. Follow these steps: Ensure that the circuit breaker on the PEM is turned to OFF (0).
  • Page 9 2.2 Removing a PEM from the Cisco 6200 If you remove a PEM from a Cisco 6200 chassis in which a second PEM is installed and providing power to the chassis, the chassis continues to operate normally. If you plan to remove the only operating PEM from a chassis, you should shut down the system first.
  • Page 10 The fan tray is located at the bottom of the chassis, behind a removable panel. You need a Phillips screwdriver to remove and replace the panel. The Cisco 6200 cooling fans must run continuously. The system may suffer thermal damage if the Caution fans stop for more than 10 minutes.
  • Page 11 3.2 Removing the Fan Tray from the Cisco 6200 If you must remove the fan tray from a Cisco 6200, replace it within a few minutes. If that is not possible, it is recommended that you shut down the system and turn off power to avoid thermal damage.
  • Page 12 4.1 Installing Dangler Cables on the Cisco 6200 This procedure tells you how to attach dangler cables to the 50-pin Champ connectors on the back of the Cisco 6200 DSLAM. (The Champs provide unshielded twisted pair (UTP) connections for subscriber traffic.) The dangler cables are numbered J1 through J10.
  • Page 13 See Figure 4. 4.2 Removing Dangler Cables from the Cisco 6200 Follow these steps to remove dangler cables from the back of the Cisco 6200 DSLAM. You need a Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure. Use a Phillips screwdriver to unfasten one of the two metal panels that cover the dangler Step 1 cables on the back of the Cisco 6200.
  • Page 14 This document is to be used in conjunction with the Cisco 6200 User Guide. AccessPath, Any to Any, AtmDirector, the CCIE logo, CD-PAC, Centri, the Cisco Capital logo, CiscoLink, the Cisco NetWorks logo, the Cisco Powered Network logo, the Cisco Press...

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