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Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide
First Published: 2016-12-22
Last Modified: 2019-12-13
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  • Page 1 Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide First Published: 2016-12-22 Last Modified: 2019-12-13 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 527-0883...
  • Page 2 Cisco has more than 200 offices worldwide. Addresses and phone numbers are listed on the Cisco website at www.cisco.com/go/offices. Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com...
  • Page 3 Cisco RP-Series Power Distribution Units, on page 3 Cisco R-Series Racks The Cisco R42612 R-Series rack is a 19-inch, 42U, industry standard EIA-310-D rack that is optimized for the integrated Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS). It supports all Cisco UCS blade, rack, and storage servers.
  • Page 4 Cisco R-Series Racks • RU markings on all rack rails simplify equipment installation. The following figures show the front and back of the standard Cisco R42612 R-Series rack. Figure 1: Front of the Cisco R42612 Rack Front view of the standard Cisco R42612 R-Series Rack...
  • Page 5 Cisco RP-Series 0RU PDU models are simple to install using pre-installed tool-less mounting screws that fit into key holes in the PDU trays. The flush profile of the 0RU PDUs also improves serviceability of the equipment installed in the rack.
  • Page 6 Overview Cisco RP-Series Power Distribution Units Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 7 • Select an unpacking location with adequate surrounding space for the unloading process. You must allow for the pallet. • Choose an installation site that can accommodate the Cisco R42612 rack. To provide for future installation of a joined configuration, you should plan enough space for additional cabinets that occupy the same amount of space as the initial cabinet.
  • Page 8: Required Tools

    Prepare the Subflooring (Optional) To prepare your site for installation of the Cisco R42612 rack, you may need to reinforce the floor to support the rack when fully loaded with equipment. The following figure shows the reinforcement needed for secure anchoring of the rack.
  • Page 9 Figure 3: Anchoring Pattern for the Cisco R42612 Rack Note It is your responsibility to fulfill local seismic safety standards. Space and Clearances The following figure shows the dimensions and space requirements for the Cisco R42612 rack. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 10 Figure 4: Space and Clearance Dimensions Plan for at least 3 feet of clearance in front of the Cisco R42612 rack to install servers or networking equipment. Refer to the documentation for the equipment you plan to use to find out how much clearance is needed at the rear for ventilation or other uses.
  • Page 11 • Keep your back straight and push with your legs, not your back. If you must bend down to move the Cisco R42612 rack, bend at the knees and not at the waist to reduce the strain on your lower back muscles.
  • Page 12 Follow these guidelines when working with any electrical equipment: • Install the Cisco R42612 rack in compliance with national and local electrical codes. In the United States, the relevant code is National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70, United States National Electrical Code.
  • Page 13 1 and 10 megaohms (Mohms). Plant Wiring When setting up the plant wiring and cabling at the site of the new system, consider the distance limitation imposed by power cable lengths and connector compatibility. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 14 Environment Required Environment Required The Cisco R42612 rack and PDUs are operable beyond the specifications of the servers or networking equipment you are likely to install in them. Refer to the user documentation of the devices you will install to determine the required environment for these devices.
  • Page 15: Power Source, Power Requirements

    You should use dedicated power circuits (rather than sharing circuits with other heavy electrical equipment) for each PDU you install in the Cisco R42612 rack. The circuits must be rated for 30 A or 32 A, 200 to 250 VAC. The receptacles for these circuits should be within 6 feet (1.8 m) of each PDU when it is installed in the Cisco R42612 rack.
  • Page 16 • Space and layout • Floor covering • Impact and vibration • Lighting • Maintenance access Environmental evaluation: • Ambient temperature • Humidity • Altitude • Atmospheric contamination • Air flow Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 17 • Cable type • Connector type • Cable distance limitations • Interface equipment (transceivers) Electromagnetic interference (EMI) evaluation: • Distance limitations for signaling • Site wiring • Radio frequency interference (RFI) Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 18 Site Preparation Site Preparation Checklist Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 19 Unpacking a Cisco R-Series Rack This section describes how to unpack and prepare a Cisco R42612 rack to be moved to its installation site. The Cisco R42612 rack ships on a wooden pallet with cardboard and plastic covering the rack.
  • Page 20 Step 4 Remove the clear plastic that covers the rack and pallet. Step 5 Remove the four cardboard corner frames and other packaging material that covers the Cisco R42612 rack. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 21 Unpacking the Rack Accessories Figure 6: Removing the Corner Frames Accessories The accessories that are available for the Cisco R42612 rack include the items listed in the following table. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 22 RACK-FASTEN-002 Cage nuts, M6 Safety Guidelines Before you move the Cisco R42612 rack cabinet off the pallet and to its final location, read the following important safety guidelines. Warning To prevent bodily injury when mounting or servicing this unit in a rack, you must take special precautions to ensure that the system remains stable.
  • Page 23 Read the safety information before you move the Cisco R42612 rack off the pallet. Step 2 Because the weight of the empty or populated Cisco R42612 rack cabinet is significant, be sure to have enough trained movers to move the cabinet off the pallet and to its installation site.
  • Page 24 Figure 7: Raising the Leveling Feet Step 4 Open the doors and remove the bolts that hold the rack-retaining brackets to the pallet and the Cisco R42612 rack. See the following figure. Save the brackets and the bolts. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 25 For racks with equipment that is already installed, use the four bolts from the front of the rack that were set aside in Step 4 to secure the two ramps to the pallet at the rear of the rack. Predrilled holes are hardware are provided there. See the following figure. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 26 Remove the rack from the pallet. For racks that already have equipment installed, roll the rack to the rear of the pallet and down the ramps, as shown in the following figure. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 27 For an empty rack, carefully roll the Cisco R42612 rack toward the front of the pallet. Lift the rack enough to slide the pallet out from under the rack. We recommend lifting the Cisco R42612 rack with a fork lift, a chain hoist, or professional movers.
  • Page 28 Removing the Cisco Cisco R42612 Rack from the Pallet Step 10 Store the pallet and packaging material for future use if you have to ship the empty Cisco R42612 rack cabinet. Step 11 Make sure that the location where the rack will be installed has the required power and meets the description...
  • Page 29 Caution Unless you are moving the Cisco R42612 rack, the leveling feet should always be extended. Step 2 Remove the stabilizer plate from the bottom floor of the rack.
  • Page 30 Figure 11: Attaching the Front Stabilizer Bracket to the Rack Step 4 Attach the stabilizer brackets to the rear of the Cisco R42612 rack as shown in the following figure. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 31 Figure 12: Attaching the Rear Stabilizer Brackets to the Rack Step 5 Bolt the Cisco R42612 rack to the floor surface through the holes in the front and rear stabilizer brackets. What to do next The Cisco R42612 rack is now installed. You may now: •...
  • Page 32 Step 1 Install the first rack as described in Securing the Cisco R-Series Rack to the Floor, on page Step 2 Secure the racks together at the top and the bottom in both the front and the back. Use the bracket as shown in the following figure.
  • Page 33 Figure 13: Connecting Two Racks Step 3 Install the front and rear stabilizer brackets for the rack you have just added as described in Securing the Cisco R-Series Rack to the Floor, on page Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 34 • Contact your Cisco representative to access the latest information about Cisco products that have been tested with Cisco R42612 rack. • Contact your Cisco representative to determine if a component has been certified to ship preracked. Prior to certification of components to ship preracked, a component must be shipped in its original packaging.
  • Page 35 Installing the Grounding Kit Figure 14: Grounding Kit Installation Bottom side panel nut earthing point Master rear door nut earthing point Front door screw earthing point Slave rear door nut earthing point Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 36 Installing the Cisco R42612 Rack Installing the Grounding Kit Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 37 Preparing to Install an RP-Series PDU Before you install a PDU, plan how to route the power cable. It can be routed through the bottom of the Cisco R42612 rack, through the two knockout cabling portholes on the top enclosure of the rack, or through the large opening with brushes at the rear of the top enclosure of the rack.
  • Page 38 Contact the appropriate electrical inspection authority or an electrician if you are uncertain that suitable grounding is available. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 39 Connect the device to a grounded power outlet. You can install up to six zero-U PDUs in the Cisco R42612 Rack. When servicing UCS servers, some products may require temporary removal of cables to provide service space for rear-facing field replaceable units (FRUs).
  • Page 40 The following figure shows a single zero-U PDU installed in the PDU tray. Figure 17: One Zero-U PDU Installed The following figure shows three zero-U PDUs installed side-by-side in the PDU tray. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 41 Installing Cisco RP-Series PDUs Installing a Zero-U PDU Figure 18: Three Zero-U PDUs Installed The following figure shows a single zero-U PDU installed on the rear-facing flange. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 42 Eaton Enclosure Power Distribution Unit (ePDU) G3 - Operations Manual. The following table provides the specifications for these PDUs. For detailed specifications and illustrations, PDU Specifications, on page Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 43 Attach the four cage nuts to the interior side of the rack posts, spacing the nuts apart to the 1RU or 2RU position, depending on which PDU you are installing. Step 2 Use the supplied mounting screws to secure the unit in place, as shown in the following figures. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 44 Installing Cisco RP-Series PDUs Installing a 1RU or 2RU PDU Figure 20: Mounting the RP208-30M-P-4-8 1RU PDU Figure 21: Mounting the RP208-60M3P-12 2RU PDU Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 45: Replacing Components

    Using the Cabling Portholes, on page 47 Removing and Installing Side Panels The Cisco R-Series Rack may come with side panels installed. Removing the side panels may make it easier to install PDUs, servers, and other components. Installing the panel is the reverse process of removing them. Complete the following steps to remove the side panels from the rack.
  • Page 46 Removing and Installing Cisco R-Series Rack Doors All Cisco R42612 Racks come with front and rear doors installed. Removing the doors when installing and removing devices in the rack is only required if part of the rack is obstructed by the door as you install the device.
  • Page 47: Reversing The Front Door

    Hold the door with both hands and pull it away from the hinges; once removed, store the door in an upright position against a flat surface. Reversing the Front Door To reverse the front door on the Cisco R42612 Rack so that it opens in the opposite direction, follow these steps: Procedure...
  • Page 48 Rotate the door 180°; then install the door on the other side of the rack. Step 7 Remove the Cisco logo from the right side of the door and snap it into the holes on the left side of the door. Removing and Installing Rear Doors Installing the rear doors is the reverse of removing the rear doors.
  • Page 49 To use the cabling portholes on the top canopy of the rack, follow these steps: Procedure Step 1 Use a flat-blade screwdriver to pry off a knockout cabling porthole from the top canopy of the Cisco R42612 Rack. See the following figure, callout 1. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 50 Step 3 Replace the grommet ring of the cabling porthole in the opening. See callout 3. Failure to replace the grommet ring may lead to damaged power or network cables. Caution Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 51: Specifications, Rack Specifications

    • Rack Specifications, on page 49 • PDU Specifications, on page 50 Rack Specifications The following table lists the specifications for the Cisco R42612 R-Series rack. Table 6: Specifications Cisco R42612 Rack Standard (Static with side Expansion (Static without Dynamic (Preracked with...
  • Page 52 Side Panels) Dynamic load capacity 2700 lb (1224.7 kg) of IT gear PDU Specifications The following specifications are for the PDUs that can be used in the Cisco R42612 rack. RP208-30M1P-4-8 Table 7: Specifications for RP208-30M1P-4-8 PDU Feature Description RP208-30M1P-4-8...
  • Page 53 The following figure shows rear, top-down, and front views of the RP208-30M1P-4-8 PDU. Figure 26: RP208-30M1P-4-8 PDU 20 A circuit breakers IEC 60320 C19 outlets IEC 60320 C13 outlets NEMA L6-30P plug RP208-60M3P-12 Table 8: Specifications for RP208-60M3P-12 PDU Feature Description RP208-60M3P-12 Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 54 Serial interface RS-232 Ethernet interface 10/100 Ethernet Voltage monitoring Operating temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC) The following figure shows rear, top-down, and front views of the RP208-60M3P-12 PDU. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 55 Figure 27: RP208-60M3P-12 PDU 6 20 A circuit breakers 12 IEC 60320 C19 outlets IEC 60309 460P9 plug RP208-30M1P-6-36 Table 9: Specifications for RP208-30M1P-6-36 PDU Feature Description RP208-30M1P-6-36 Country North America Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 56 Voltage monitoring Operating temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC) Figure 28: RP208-30M1P-6-36 PDU Ground IEC 60320 C19 outlets 20 A circuit breakers NEMA L6-30P plug IEC 60320 C13 outlets Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 57 30 IEC 60320 C13 outlets with outlet grip 6 IEC 60320 C19 outlets with outlet grip Serial interface RS-232 Ethernet interface 10/100 Ethernet Voltage monitoring Operating temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC) Figure 29: RP208-30M3P-6-30 PDU Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 58 9 IEC 320 C13 outlets with outlet grip 6 IEC 320 C19 outlets with outlet grip Serial interface RS-232 Ethernet interface 10/100 Ethernet Voltage monitoring Operating temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC) Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 59 Maximum kW Input voltage 200 to 240 V Output voltage 200 to 240 V Amperage 32 A Phase Single phase Frequency 50 to 60 Hz Circuit breakers 2 16 A one-pole Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 60 41.88 x 2.04 x 2.08 in. (1064 x 52 x 53 mm) Mounting style Vertical Cable length 10 ft (3.04 m) Plug IEC 60309 532P6 Maximum kW Input voltage 346 to 415 V Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 61 Voltage monitoring Operating temperature 32º to 140ºF (0º to 60ºC) Figure 32: RP-230-32M3P-12-2 PDU Ground IEC 60320 C19 outlets Single pole circuit breakers IEC 60309 532P6 plug IEC 60320 C13 outlets Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 62 Specifications Specifications Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 63 Shipping the Rack, on page 83 • Shipping Guidelines, on page 83 • Cisco Certified Products for Rack Integration and Approved Third-Party Racks, on page 86 • Cisco Certified UCS Products for Rack Integration, on page 86 • Third-Party Approved Racks, on page 86...
  • Page 64 Weight Considerations The Cisco R42612 R-Series rack is designed to support a dynamic load of up to 2700 lb of IT gear. However, other considerations may make it necessary to limit the weight below that maximum load value. For instance, while moving a fully-loaded rack across an uneven or tilted surface, tipping may be a factor that makes it necessary to reduce the weight.
  • Page 65 Cisco UCS 5108 Server Chassis Installation Guide. Data Cables for the UCS 5108 Server Chassis The following figure shows how a 40-Gbps Fabric Extender module connects to an external UCS 6332-16UP Fabric Interconnect. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 66 Figure 33: Data Cabling for the UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis and 6300 Series Fabric Interconnects The following figure shows how a 10-Gbps Fabric Extender module connects to an external UCS 6248 Fabric Extender. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 67 The following figures show separate power feeds connect to each PDU and the routing of power cables from the PDUs to the chassis. This connection method allows for redundancy in case of a power feed failure. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 68 Integrating UCS Components in the Dynamic Rack Integrating UCS Components in the Dynamic Rack Figure 35: PDUs and Power Cabling for the UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis (AC Power) Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 69 The UCS 5108 Server Chassis can accommodate two types of power supplies. The first operates from -48 VDC to -60 VDC. The second is a high-voltage DC power supply that operates from -200 VDC to -380 VDC. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 70 Data Cables for the UCS Mini Server Chassis The UCS 6324 Fabric Interconnect is installed in the back of Cisco UCS Mini Server Chassis. Because it is internal to the chassis, there are no data cables to connect it to the UCS Mini chassis. The only data cables that are connected to the UCS Mini chassis are those that connect the UCS 6324 Fabric Interconnect to external switches and servers.
  • Page 71 Integrating UCS Components in the Dynamic Rack Integrating UCS Components in the Dynamic Rack Figure 38: PDUs and Power Cabling for UCS Mini (AC Power) Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 72: Cable Management

    Make sure that the cables do not impair access to the fabric extenders and expansion modules. In addition, make sure that the cables are installed in such a way that you do not have to disconnect them to perform equipment maintenance or upgrades. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 73 Installing a UCS 6300 Series Fabric Interconnect For information about, and instructions on how to install a Cisco UCS 6300 Series Fabric Interconnect, see Cisco UCS 6300 Series Fabric Interconnect Hardware Installation Guide.
  • Page 74 Installing a UCS Rack Server Cisco UCS rack servers chassis include 1RU, 2RU, and 4RU sizes. The rack servers are designed to mount to a standard IEC rack with two types of rail kits: friction rail kit and ball-bearing rail kit. We recommend using the ball-bearing rail kit, but refer to the product documentation for information about the rail kit for your particular server.
  • Page 75 Configure Fabric Interconnect A Before you begin This procedure applies to the Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server chassis. It does not apply to the UCS Mini chassis. • Ensure that the console port is properly configured and connected to the designated external fabric interconnect.
  • Page 76 Configure Fabric Interconnect B Before you begin This procedure applies to the Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server chassis. It does not apply to the UCS Mini chassis. • Ensure that the console port is properly configured and connected to the designated external fabric interconnect.
  • Page 77 Upon confirmation, exit to the login prompt. Configure Fabric Interconnect A for UCS Mini Before you begin This procedure applies to the UCS Mini chassis. It does not apply to the Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server chassis. Procedure Set the following initial settings: Example: Enter the configuration method.
  • Page 78 Apply and save the configuration (select 'no' if you want to re-enter)? (yes/no): yes Configure Fabric Interconnect B for UCS Mini Before you begin This procedure applies to the UCS Mini chassis. It does not apply to the Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server chassis. Procedure Set the following initial settings: Example: Enter the configuration method.
  • Page 79 Global Power Allocation Policy • On the Allocation Method list, leave the setting as Policy Driven Chassis Group Cap. Firmware Auto Sync Server Policy • On the Sync State list, select Auto Acknowledge. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 80 IO Module 2 should be connected to Fabric Interconnect B on ports 2/1 and 2/2. The ports should be up. Blade Connectivity Verification Before you begin Use the following procedure along with the Cisco B-Series Checklist to configure the system parameters. If the customer has not provided specific information, use the checklist defaul. Procedure...
  • Page 81 Chassis: Chassis: 1 … Vendor: Cisco Systems Inc Model: N20-C6508 Serial (SN): FOX1325G5G3 Fabric-A# recommission chassis "Cisco Systems Inc" "N20-C6508" "FOX1325G5G3" Fabric-A* # commit Repeat above steps for each connected chassis Fabric-A# show chassis Chassis: Chassis Overall Status Admin State...
  • Page 82 To clean up after running diagnostics, follow these steps: Procedure Step 1 Power off all applicable PDUs in the rack. Step 2 Disconnect the Digi Console and the Mgmt0 cables. Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 83 Step 6 Connect to the Cisco IMC URL of the server using the IP address you set in step 5 and verify consistent SW versions across platforms. See the following document for more information regarding the use of the Cisco IMC GUI.
  • Page 84 IP addresses are assigned to Server 1 BMC-1 and CMC-1 and Server 2 (if installed) BMC-2 and CMC-2. BMC-1/2 and CMC-1/2 IP Addresses are assigned in the CIMC Management GUI in the Admin\Networking tab. The Single IP address initially configured in the <F8> Cisco IMC Configuration Utility is still utilized for CIMC GUI management.
  • Page 85 • To reduce the possibility of equipment damage or personal injury, remove all of the equipment that is not mechanically secured to the rack rails before shipment. The only Cisco UCS components that can be shipped preracked are certified Cisco UCS components with supplemental hardware. See...
  • Page 86 • On a Cisco R-Series rack, check to ensure that the rack mounting brackets are properly secured to the pallet. The bracket with keyhole cutouts should be at an angle to the pallet deck and should not be loose.
  • Page 87 Integrating UCS Components in the Dynamic Rack Integrating UCS Components in the Dynamic Rack Figure 42: Preparing the Cisco R42612 Rack for Shipping Pallet Corner posts Side buffer Side packaging Packaging sleeve Top cap Cisco R42612 Rack and RP-Series Metered Input PDU Installation Guide...
  • Page 88 Cisco Certified Products for Rack Integration and Approved Third-Party Racks Cisco Certified UCS Products for Rack Integration Contact Cisco for the latest list of certified equipment. See the Cisco Certified Equipment for Rack Integration document. Note You must use an Approved Rack and specified UCS integration hardware; otherwise the Cisco warranty is void.

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