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Cisco 2000 Series Hardware Installation
Following is the information required to install the router chassis.
About This Guide
Follow this procedural path to install your router:
1 Install the router hardware using the procedures described in this publication.
2 After the hardware is installed, refer the Router Products Getting Started Guide or
to the appropriate software publication to configure the router.
3 Refer to the "Reference" section in this publication for cabling and basic
troubleshooting information.
Installation
This section guides you through the installation of the router and includes information
on safety, inspecting the system, preventing electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage,
tools and parts required, rack mounting, wall mounting, and making external cable
connections.
Note If you have questions about agency approvals, basic troubleshooting, system
specifications, or specific cable pinout information, review the information in the
section "Reference" on page 9.
Safety Recommendations
Follow these guidelines to ensure general safety:
Keep the router area clear and dust-free during and after installation.
Put the removed router cover in a safe place.
Keep tools away from walk areas where you and others could trip over them.
Do not wear loose clothing that could get caught in the router chassis. Fasten your
tie or scarf and sleeves.
Wear safety glasses when working under any conditions that might be hazardous to
your eyes.
Do not perform any action that creates a potential hazard to people or makes the
equipment unsafe.
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  • Page 1 Cisco 2000 Series Hardware Installation Following is the information required to install the router chassis. About This Guide Follow this procedural path to install your router: 1 Install the router hardware using the procedures described in this publication. 2 After the hardware is installed, refer the Router Products Getting Started Guide or to the appropriate software publication to configure the router.
  • Page 2: Inspecting The System

    Warning Before working on equipment that is connected to power lines, remove jewelry (including rings, necklaces, and watches). Metal objects will heat up when connected to power and ground and can cause serious burns or weld the metal object to the terminals. •...
  • Page 3: Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage

    • Optional equipment (which might include network connection cables) • A warranty card, a service and support card, and optional companion publications as specified by your order Inspect all items for shipping damage. If anything appears damaged, or if you encounter problems when installing or configuring your system, contact a service representative.
  • Page 4 • Modem for remote configuration (if required) • Console terminal (configured for 9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, and 2 stop bits) if future reconfiguration is desired Information on Mounting the Router on a Rack or Wall Rack and wall mounting procedures are described in a separate publication included with the optional rack mount kit.
  • Page 5 Technical Guides 2 or 26 and given permission to attach; any that other usage will invalidate any approval given to this apparatus.” Connection of Power Supply. The Cisco 2000 is intended for use when supplied with power from a supply providing 220-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz up to 5 Amps.
  • Page 6 Making External Connections Follow these steps to make external connections to your router: Step 1 Connect the Ethernet port to the network as shown in Figure 2. Slide-latch connector 18" (46 cm) transition cable Transceiver Ethernet port DB-15 connector (with jackscrews) Rear Router (top view)
  • Page 7 Step 3 Connect the Token Ring port to the network as shown in Figure 4. Standard IEEE 802.5 Token Ring lobe cable connector (not supplied) Media attachment unit (MAU) DB-9 Token Ring port connector Back Router (top view) Figure 4 Token Ring Cable Connections Step 4 Connect the serial ports to the network as shown in Figure 5.
  • Page 8 Router Products Getting Started Guide, Router Products Configuration Guide and Router Products Command Summary • Cisco 2000 Quick-Start Guide (as needed) • Troubleshooting Internetworking Systems (as needed) To order these or additional associated publications, refer to the Service and Support card that accompanied your router.
  • Page 9: Troubleshooting

    System specifications • Cable pinouts Note For additional information on the Cisco 2000 router, refer to the Cisco 2000 Quick-Start Guide. For information on installing the router hardware, refer to the section “Installation” on page 1 of this publication. Troubleshooting The key to problem solving in this system is to try to isolate the problem to a specific...
  • Page 10: System Specifications

    System Specifications Following are the specifications for the router system. Table 1 System Specifications Description Design Specification Dimensions H x W x D 13" x 14" x 4" (33 x 35.6 x 10 cm) Weight 15 lb (6.8 kg) Input voltage, frequency, 110/220 VAC at 50 through 60 Hz and power dissipation 55W (max.)
  • Page 11 Note In the following tables, pinouts representing DTE and DCE cables use arrows to indicate signal direction: —> indicates DTE to DCE, <— indicates DCE to DTE. For more detailed pinout information, refer to the Cisco 2000 Quick-Start Guide. Table 2...
  • Page 12 Directio Signal Name Carrier Detect Input Data Terminal Ready Output Ring Indicator Input 1. Any pin not referenced on a connector is not connected. Table 4 EIA-530 DTE Serial Cable Pinout Part Number 72-0732-01 Connections Signal Name Directio Type J1-5 Looped Jumper J1-38...
  • Page 13 Part Number 72-0732-01 Connections Signal Name Directio Type J1-48 Ground Twisted Pair J1-36 J2-7 J1-15 Shield J2-1 Single Wire J1-8 DCE Ready <— J2-6 Twisted Pair J1-24 Ground J1-41 DTE Ready —> Twisted Pair 1. Any pin not referenced on a connector is not connected. Reference...
  • Page 14 Table 5 RS-232 DTE Serial Cable Pinout Part Number 72-0670-01 Connections 50 Pin 25 Pin Type J1-3 J1-36 J1-39 J2-5 Twisted Pair J1-40 J2-4 J1-9 J2-8 Twisted Pair J1-42 J2-6 J1-11 J2-2 Twisted Pair J1-44 J2-7 J1-46 J2-3 Twisted Pair J1-30 J2-20 J1-14...
  • Page 15 Table 6 RS-449 DTE Serial Cable Pinout Part Number 72-0672-01 Connections 37 Pin Type 50 Pin J1-5 J1-38 J1-7 J2-10 J1-1 J2-4 Twisted Pair J1-34 J2-22 J1-2 J2-5 Twisted Pair J1-18 J2-23 J1-35 J2-6 Twisted Pair J1-19 J2-24 J1-4 J2-7 Twisted Pair J1-20 J2-25...
  • Page 16 Table 7 V.35 DTE Serial Cable Pinout Part Number 72-0671-02 Connections 34 Pin Type Signal Direction 50 Pin J1-3 J1-36 Jumper To Ground J1-5 J1-38 Jumper To Ground J1-14 J2-K Twisted Pair LTST —> J2-Shield Not Used J1-Shield J1-2 J2-Y Twisted Pair SCT + <—...
  • Page 17 Table 8 X.21 DTE Serial Cable Pinout Part Number 72-0683-02 Connections From Signal Type Signal J1-5 MUX SEL 449 GND J2-8 X.21 GND 449 DTR Jumper J1-6 449 CTS 449 DTR Jumper J1-8 449 DSR 449 SCTE Jumper 449 SCR J1-1 449 TXD Twisted Pair J2-2...
  • Page 18 Table 9 Ethernet (AUI) Port Pinout Ethernet Signal Circuit CI-S Control In Circuit Shield CI-A Control In Circuit A DO-A Data Out Circuit A DI-S Data In Circuit Shield DI-A Data In Circuit A Voltage Common CO-A Control Out Circuit A (not connected) CO-S Control Out Circuit Shield (not connected) CI-B...

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