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Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter
Configuration
This chapter provides installation procedures for installing a Cisco 6160 without a POTS splitter for
xDSL data traffic.
The installation procedures in this chapter apply to a Cisco 6160 system shipped with the individual
Note
hardware components preinstalled. For information about installing or replacing field-replaceable units
(FRUs) in the Cisco 6160 chassis, see
Warning
Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service this equipment.
Caution
Before you begin the installation procedures, read the entire chapter for important information and
safety warnings.
Note
Before installing and cabling the equipment, be aware of standard safety practices and the hazards
involved in working with electrical circuitry to prevent accidents. See the
on page 2-1
To see translations of the warnings that appear in this publication, refer to the Regulatory Compliance
and Safety Information for the Cisco 6160 System document that accompanied this product.
See the
Note
about configuration components.
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for all cautions and warnings that you need to ensure a safe and hazard-free installation.
"Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration" section on page 1-4
C H A P T E R
Chapter 6, "Upgrading and Maintaining the Cisco 6160 System."
Cisco 6160 Hardware Installation Guide
4
"Safety Requirements" section
for more information
4-1

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  • Page 1 This chapter provides installation procedures for installing a Cisco 6160 without a POTS splitter for xDSL data traffic. The installation procedures in this chapter apply to a Cisco 6160 system shipped with the individual Note hardware components preinstalled. For information about installing or replacing field-replaceable units (FRUs) in the Cisco 6160 chassis, see Chapter 6, “Upgrading and Maintaining the Cisco 6160 System.”...
  • Page 2: Installation Checklist

    Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Checklist 4.1 Installation Checklist When you install a Cisco 6160 without a POTS splitter configuration, be sure that you follow the installation procedures in the proper sequence. Table 4-1 is a checklist of the installation steps in the order in which they should occur.
  • Page 3 4.2.1 Stabilize and Measure the Rack Space For the rack to remain stable, you must install your Cisco 6160 system components from the bottom to the top of the rack. Before you install any of the components, calculate the total rack space required to install your system.
  • Page 4 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Figure 4-1 Mid-Mount Option for Ear Brackets C is c o 6 1 6 0 Se ri es NI- 2 -15 5S M- 15 5S M STA TU...
  • Page 5 OU T FA Carefully lift the chassis from the bottom and place it in position in the rack. Step 3 Use four mounting screws and a Phillips-head screwdriver to bolt the Cisco 6160 in the rack. Step 4 Repeat Step 2...
  • Page 6 Step 1 Verify that power in the direct current (DC) circuit is off. Step 2 Measure enough wire to connect the Cisco 6160 to the grounding point at your site or to the rack. Table 2-4 for wire specifications. Note Use a wire stripper to remove the casing from both ends of the grounding wire.
  • Page 7 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Locate the three grounding holes on the Cisco 6160 side panel. Figure 4-3 shows how to ground the Step 7 Cisco 6160 chassis using a grounding lug.
  • Page 8 Cisco 6160 backplane: Verify that power in the DC circuit is off. Step 1 Measure enough wire to connect the Cisco 6160 to the grounding point at your site or to the rack. Step 2 Table 2-4 for wire specifications.
  • Page 9 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Figure 4-4 Cisco 6160 Backplane AUX-1 BRKR 2 PEM 2 -48/-60V PWR 2 , 1280VA BRKR 1 PEM 1 -48/-60V PWR 1 , 1280VA JC11 JC10 AUX-2 PWR 1—Power terminal block connector.
  • Page 10 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Use a flat-head screwdriver and a counterclockwise motion to open the grounding terminal connector on Step 5 the power terminal block. This step ensures that the correct opening is presented for the wires. (See Figure 4-5.)
  • Page 11 Use a 3/16-inch flat-head screwdriver and the screw to attach the ring lug to the rack. Tighten the grounding screw on the rack over the ring lug (see Figure 4-7). If you are connecting two power sources to the Cisco 6160 system, repeat Step 1 through Step 9...
  • Page 12 Verify that power in the DC circuit is off. Step 1 Identify the correct power terminal block on the backplane of the Cisco 6160. The PWR 1 connector is Step 2 used if you have a primary PEM installed in the chassis. The PWR 2 connector is used if you have a secondary (redundant) PEM installed in the chassis.
  • Page 13 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Insert the battery return wire from the first external power source into the receptacle labeled + (positive) Step 4 on the appropriate power terminal block (Callout 2 in Figure 4-9).
  • Page 14 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures 4.2.6 Connect the Alarm Contacts This step is optional. Note Complete the following steps to connect an external alarm device to the wire-wrap pins on the I/O card:...
  • Page 15 Table 2-4 to connect the eleven Champ connectors located on the Cisco 6160 backplane to the MDF. This connection is for xDSL data flow between the Cisco 6160 system and the MDF. For additional information about the Cisco 6160 backplane connectors, see the “Backplane”...
  • Page 16 If the power connections are improperly made and power is applied while the cards are installed, the cards and chassis could be damaged. Step 1 Verify that the power connections from the Cisco 6160 terminal block(s) to the power source are wired as shown in Figure 4-9.
  • Page 17 Verify that the DS3/2DS3 or OC-3c/2DS3 NI-2 card is installed in slot 10 (or slot 11, if a secondary NI-2 card is installed for redundancy) of the Cisco 6160 chassis to ensure that the DS3 NI-2 card connections are active.
  • Page 18 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Figure 4-10 shows the cabling for a DS3 subtended network configuration. Figure 4-10 Cabling for DS3 Subtended Network Configuration Subtending host chassis Network PORT 1 Transmit Receive...
  • Page 19 Verify that the OC-3c/OC-3c NI-2 card is installed in slot 10 (or slot 11, if a secondary NI-2 card is Step 1 installed for redundancy) of the Cisco 6160 chassis to ensure that the OC-3c NI-2 card connections are active.
  • Page 20 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures To establish APS link redundancy repeat Step 2 Step 3 for a secondary OC-3c/OC-3c NI-2 card. Step 4 Repeat Step 1 through Step 4 for each subtending host chassis.
  • Page 21 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Figure 4-12 Cabling for T1 or T1 IMA Subtended Network Configuration Subtending host chassis Subtended node Subtended node chassis 1 chassis 6 Subtended node Subtended node Subtended node...
  • Page 22 Verify that the DS3/2DS3 or DS3+T1/E1 IMA NI-2 card is installed in slot 10 (or slot 11, if a secondary Step 1 NI-2 card is being installed for redundancy) of the Cisco 6160 chassis to ensure that the DS3 NI-2 card connections are active.
  • Page 23 Verify that the OC-3c/OC-3c or OC-3c/2DS3 NI-2 card is installed in slot 10 (or slot 11, if a secondary NI-2 card is being installed for redundancy) of the Cisco 6160 chassis to ensure that the OC-3c NI-2 connections are active.
  • Page 24: Connect The Ethernet To The Management Network

    SELV circuit to the telephone network voltage (TNV) circuits. Cisco recommends that you label each data cable at both ends to identify its destination. Connect an Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 10BaseT receptacle (ENET) on the NI-2 card faceplate.
  • Page 25: Connect The Auxiliary Port

    Cisco recommends that you label each data cable at both ends to identify its destination. 4.2.15 Complete Initial Configuration When you turn on the Cisco 6160 for the first time, the System Configuration Dialog appears on the console screen. The System Configuration Dialog guides you through the initial configuration process.
  • Page 26: Before You Begin

    Choose a name for the Cisco 6160. (This step is optional.) 4.2.15.2 Using the System Configuration Dialog When you power up a Cisco 6160 for the first time, you are offered the option of running the System Configuration Dialog. The System Configuration Dialog offers two configuration options: basic management setup and extended setup.
  • Page 27 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures 4.2.15.2.2 Basic Management Setup Example This is the basic management setup example: --- System Configuration Dialog --- Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialog? [yes/no]: y At any point you may enter a question mark '?' for help.
  • Page 28 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures The following configuration command script was created: hostname DSLAM enable secret 5 $1$pR/1$0zH7ohDaUKNML3SC2.RF5. enable password lab1 line vty 0 4 password lab snmp-server community public no ip routing...
  • Page 29 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures First, would you like to see the current interface summary? [yes]: yes Interface IP-Address OK? Method Status Protocol ATM0/0 70.0.0.2 YES NVRAM Ethernet0/0 172.27.32.156 YES NVRAM ATM0/1...
  • Page 30 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Do you want to configure ATM18/1 interface? [yes]: Configure IP on this interface? [no]: Do you want to configure ATM18/2 interface? [yes]: Configure IP on this interface? [no]:...
  • Page 31 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures interface ATM21/0 shutdown no ip address interface ATM21/1 shutdown no ip address interface ATM21/2 shutdown no ip address interface ATM21/3 shutdown no ip address interface ATM26/0 no ip address...
  • Page 32 Chapter 4 Installing a Cisco 6160 Without a POTS Splitter Configuration Installation Procedures Cisco 6160 Hardware Installation Guide 4-32 OL-2190-02 B0...