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Doc. No.
78-1230-02
Cisco 7010 and Cisco 7505
Chassis Replacement Instructions
Cisco 7010 Product Numbers: CHAS-7010-DC=, CHAS-7010-AC=
Cisco 7505 Product Numbers: CHAS-7505-DC=, CHAS-7505-AC=
Customer Order Number: DOC-781230=
This document provides instructions for replacing Cisco 7010 and Cisco 7505 chassis as spare parts.
Note
used.
Chassis are available as spare parts, and include all of the components required for operation except
the processor modules. After you replace the chassis, you must move the processor modules from
your old chassis into your new chassis.
The replacement chassis do not include the cable management or rack-mounting hardware kits. You
can move the rack-mounting hardware and cable management brackets from the existing chassis, or
order either kit as a spare part, which will ship with installation instructions.
The sections in this document include the following:
Copyright © 1995
Cisco Systems, Inc.
All rights reserved.
When referring to both the Cisco 7010 and Cisco 7505 chassis, the term the chassis will be
Product Overview, page 2
Prerequisites, page 4
Replacing the Chassis, page 8
— Replacing a Rack-Mounted Chassis, page 9
— Installing the Cable Management Brackets, page 12
— Moving Processor Modules, page 14
— Checking the Installation, page 18
— show Command Descriptions and Examples, page 20
Cisco Information Online, page 22
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  • Page 1

    — Installing the Cable Management Brackets, page 12 — Moving Processor Modules, page 14 — Checking the Installation, page 18 — show Command Descriptions and Examples, page 20 • Cisco Information Online, page 22 Copyright © 1995 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

  • Page 2: Cisco 7010 And Cisco

    Product Overview Product Overview The Cisco 7010 is the five-slot model in the Cisco 7000 series. The Cisco 7010 provides three interface processor slots. Figure 1 shows the interface processor end of the Cisco 7010. The Route Processor (RP) and Switch Processor (SP) (or Silicon Switch Processor [SSP]), which are required system components in all Cisco 7000 Series routers, occupy the two top slots.

  • Page 3

    Product Overview The removable chassis cover panel at the noninterface processor end of the router provides access to the internal components. (See Figure 3.) Figure 3 Chassis Cover Panel Captive screws Two captive slotted screws secure the chassis cover panel to the noninterface processor end of the chassis.

  • Page 4: Prerequisites

    Prerequisites Prerequisites Before you begin this installation, review the safety guidelines in this section to avoid injuring yourself or damaging the equipment. This section also provides a list of the tools that you need to perform this replacement. Safety Guidelines The following guidelines will help to ensure your safety and protect the equipment.

  • Page 5

    Lifting Safely A fully configured chassis weighs approximately 70 pounds. Before installing the new (replacement) chassis, ensure that your site is properly prepared, so you can avoid having to move the chassis later to accommodate power sources and network connections. •...

  • Page 6

    Prerequisites Cable Strain Relief If possible, position the new replacement chassis close enough to the existing system so that you can avoid having to disconnect power and interface cables. Be sure to disengage any strain relief devices before attempting to pull the cables from the port. Following are descriptions of the different methods of strain relief that are used on the AC-input and DC-input power cables and the various types of network interface cables: •...

  • Page 7

    If these conditions are not true, for instance, if you must remove a rack-mounted chassis Note before you can install the new chassis, you must disconnect all power and network interface cables. Also, ensure that your new chassis allows sufficient clearance for maintenance: to remove and replace processor modules and interface cables at the interface processor end, and to access the internal components at the noninterface processor end.

  • Page 8: Replacing The Chassis

    Replacing the Chassis Tools and Parts Required This section lists the tools and parts you will need to complete these replacement procedures. Have the necessary tools on hand so that you can complete the replacement without interruption: • To replace the chassis cover, you need a 3/16-inch, flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the captive screws on the chassis cover panel •...

  • Page 9: Replacing A Rack-mounted Chassis

    Replacing a Rack-Mounted Chassis This section describes how to replace a chassis that is installed in an equipment rack. The order in which you remove the existing system, install the new chassis, and replace the components will vary depending upon the space available in the rack and in the work area. Some rack configurations, such as an enclosed rack or a rack with a power strip that limits access, prohibit the normal installation sequence of first installing the chassis in the rack and then installing the cable management brackets before installing the processor modules.

  • Page 10

    Replacing the Chassis Removing the Existing Chassis from the Rack Before removing the existing chassis from the rack, you must shut down the system power and disconnect the power cord and all interface cables. To help avoid problems when you install the new chassis, label all interface cables with their slot/port address and mark the positions of the chassis ears (with tape, chalk, or a marker) so that you can install the new chassis in the same position.

  • Page 11

    Repeat Steps 2 through 4 for the left ear. The strip of mounting holes on the front of each Step 5 ear should be approximately flush with the end of the chassis. (See Figure 5.) Figure 5 Installing the Ears on the Chassis Lift the chassis and move it to the rack.

  • Page 12: Installing The Cable Management Brackets

    Replacing the Chassis Figure 6 Installing the Chassis in a Standard Four-Post, 19-Inch Equipment Rack Installing the Cable Management Brackets The cable management brackets help to keep network interface cables untangled and orderly, and prevent cables from hindering access to interface processors in the lower interface processor slots. The brackets attach to the inner sides of the chassis at the interface processor end.

  • Page 13

    Figure 7 Cable Management Brackets—Cisco 7010 Shown Follow these steps to install the two cable management brackets on the new chassis: If you have new brackets to install on the new chassis, proceed to Step 4. If you are Step 1 removing the brackets from the old chassis, proceed to the next step.

  • Page 14: Moving Processor Modules

    Replacing the Chassis Moving Processor Modules At the interface processor end of the chassis, slots contain the processor modules. (See Figure 1 or Figure 2.) In the Cisco 7010, the RP occupies the top slot (the RP slot or slot 4) and the SP (or SSP) occupies the second slot from the top (the SP slot or slot 3), directly below the RP slot.

  • Page 15

    Figure 8 Ejector Levers and Captive Installation Screws Interface processor card slot Ejector lever Interface processor card carrier guide (black) Captive installation screw Cisco 7010 and Cisco 7505 Chassis Replacement Instructions Replacing the Chassis...

  • Page 16

    Replacing the Chassis Follow these steps to move the processor modules to the new chassis: Before moving any processor modules, ensure that you have met the following Step 1 prerequisites (refer to the section “Prerequisites” on page 4 for details): •...

  • Page 17

    Using the thumb and forefinger of each hand to pinch each ejector, simultaneously push Step 9 both ejectors inward (toward the carrier handle) until they snap into place and are at a full 90-degree orientation to the faceplate. (See Figure 8c.) The carrier ears (the ends of the faceplate) should be flush against the chassis.

  • Page 18: Checking The Installation

    Replacing the Chassis Checking the Installation To complete the replacement procedure, perform the following steps to verify that the system is functioning properly. These steps will also help you verify that all the processor modules you moved are returned to their previous state. For additional first-time startup troubleshooting procedures, refer to the Cisco 7010 Hardware Installation and Maintenance or Cisco 7505 Hardware Installation and Maintenance publications.

  • Page 19

    Step 9 following: GS Software (GS7), Version 10.3(3), SOFTWARE Copyright (c) 1986-1995 by cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled Wed 10-May-95 14:46 by mpo System Bootstrap, Version 4.6(1) [fc2], SOFTWARE After the system initializes, use the various show commands to display the status of the...

  • Page 20: Show Command Descriptions And Examples

    In the following example of the show version command, the running system software is Release 10.3(1)). Router> show version GS Software (GS7), Version 10.3(3), SOFTWARE Copyright (c) 1986-1995 by cisco Systems, Inc. Compiled Wed 10-May-95 14:46 by mpo System Bootstrap, Version 4.6(1) [fc2], SOFTWARE Current date and time is Sat 1-22-1994 21:38:35...

  • Page 21

    The command show interfaces serial slot/port displays statistics for the specific serial interface you specify by its slot/port address. If you use this command without the type and slot/port arguments, the system will display statistics for all interfaces in the system. Router>...

  • Page 22: Cisco Information Online

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