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Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware
Upgrade Guide
September, 2008
Americas Headquarters
Cisco Systems, Inc.
170 West Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA 95134-1706
USA
http://www.cisco.com
Tel: 408 526-4000
800 553-NETS (6387)
Fax: 408 527-0883
Customer Order Number: NA
Text Part Number: OL-15983-01

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    Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide September, 2008 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 Customer Order Number: NA Text Part Number: OL-15983-01...

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    R E V I E W D R A F T — C I S C O C O N F I D E N T I A L About This Guide Audience and Scope Related Documentation Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request Introduction C H A P T E R Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure...

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    Contents R E V I E W D R A F T — C I S C O C O N F I D E N T I A L Reattaching the I/O End Cap Reattaching the Antenna End Cap Applying New I/O End Cap Function Labels Replacing Cards in the Cisco ISR 3270 Rugged Enclosure C H A P T E R...

  • Page 5: About This Guide

    You can access these documents on the Documentation page Cisco.com at www.cisco.com. The following documentation is available at the http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps272/tsd_products_support_series_home.html: Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference (OL-5816-10)—Describes the Cisco cards and the • enclosure solutions that are used to assemble Cisco 3200 series ISRs.

  • Page 6: Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request

    Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router Hardware Reference • Provides descriptions of the Cisco MIC I/O cards in the Cisco 3200 Series ISRs. The release notes that list the enhancements to and caveats for Cisco IOS releases that pertain to the Cisco 3200 Series ISRs are available at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/products_ios_cisco_ios_software_releases.html...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    802.11b/g and 4.9-GHz/5-GHz wireless technologies. With a flexible, compact form factor, these rugged enclosures are ideally suited for integration into vehicles or outdoor environments. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide OL-15983-01...

  • Page 8: Chapter 1 Introduction

    Exploded View of the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure Figure 1-5 shows an exploded view of the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure Chapter 1 Back of the enclosure (antenna end cap)

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    1. This end cap shows four serial ports, but the typical configuration has two serial ports. OL-15983-01 Exploded View of the 3230 Rugged Enclosure Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure Wiring card (version 2) Extrusion (body of the enclosure)

  • Page 10: Cisco 3230 Router Card Stack

    The cards that make up a Cisco 3230 ISR card stack bundle are stacked in the order shown in Figure 1-3 WMIC 1 MARC FESMIC WMIC 3 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Cisco 3230 Router Card Stack Bundle Chapter 1 MRPC SMIC WMIC 2...

  • Page 11: Cisco 3270 Rugged Isr

    Cisco 3230 MARC and has greater port density, performance, fiber, and Gigabit Ethernet capabilities. This section provides an overview of the Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure. For more information about it, see Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference. Fully Assembled Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure Figure 1-4 shows two views of a fully assembled Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure.

  • Page 12: Exploded View Of The Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure

    1. This end cap shows four serial ports, but the typical configuration has two serial ports. The Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure supports only version 2 of the wiring card. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Exploded View of the 3270 Rugged Enclosure...

  • Page 13: Cisco 3270 Router Card Stack

    The Cisco 3270 MARC is designed to accommodate up to six more cards on its second PCI bus. Note OL-15983-01 Cisco 3270 Router Card Stack Bundle with Three Optional WMICs Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure MRPC SMIC WMIC 2 SFP module Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide...

  • Page 14: Wiring Cards

    Port J14 (FE) Port J5 (LED) Port J4 (FE extender) Port J2 (WMIC 2 console) Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Version 1 of the Wiring Card Figure 1-8) improves on version 1 by routing the MARC FE port to the...

  • Page 15: What You Can Upgrade Or Replace

    Allen wrench. Use this tool to change out the radio connectors on the back of the enclosure. Use this tool to tighten the end caps. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide What You Can Upgrade or Replace...

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    Chapter 1 Introduction Required Tools Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 1-10 OL-15983-01...

  • Page 17: Replacing Cards In The Cisco 3230 Isr Rugged Enclosure

    To avoid damaging the cables, make sure that you do not crimp or pinch the cables when you press the Caution cards together or when you attach the end caps. OL-15983-01 C H A P T E R Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide...

  • Page 18: C H A P T E R 2 Replacing Cards In The Cisco 3230 Isr Rugged Enclosure

    Using a 3/8-inch socket wrench to loosen the four 1/4-20 bolts on the end cap. Step 1 bolts. Figure 2-1 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 2 Antenna End Cap Bolts Replacing Cards in the Cisco 3230 ISR Rugged Enclosure...

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    WMIC 2 primary antenna cable WMIC 3 primary antenna cable Power cable OL-15983-01 Removing the Antenna End Cap Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process Figure 2-2 WMIC 1 secondary antenna cable WMIC 2 secondary antenna cable...

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    Place the end cap on your work surface. Step 5 Disconnect the power cable from the MRPC card. Step 6 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 2 Antenna End Cap Labels Replacing Cards in the Cisco 3230 ISR Rugged Enclosure...

  • Page 21: Removing The I/o End Cap

    (see Figure 2-4 Place the end cap on your work surface. Step 3 OL-15983-01 Figure 2-16) is used to provide weatherproof protection for the Figure 2-4). I/O End Cap Removal Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process...

  • Page 22: Removing The Wiring Card

    You need to lightly tap on the screw heads to relax the locks. The tension bracket screws for the wedge locks (seen at the edge of the card) are not very strong and can break very easily. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 2 Removing the Wiring Card Screws...

  • Page 23: Replacing Or Adding A New Card

    WMIC with the primary cable attached to the MAIN antenna cable connector and the secondary cable attached to the AUX antenna cable connector. Figure 2-6 OL-15983-01 Antenna Connectors MAIN PIMARY MAIN PRIMARY Card Replacement Process Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide...

  • Page 24: Replacing A Wmic

    If you are replacing WMIC 2, first install WMIC 2 on top of the FESMIC. Then install WMIC 3 on top of WMIC 2. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 2 Routing the Antenna Cables Under the WMIC...

  • Page 25: Replacing The Fesmic

    Connect the LED cable to the back of the FESMIC. Step 8 OL-15983-01 FESMIC and SMIC Rotary Switches 2-7. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process Figure 2-8) is set opposite to the rotary switch SMIC rotary switch.

  • Page 26: Replacing The Smic

    Connect the new MRPC card to the MARC. Step 4 If a WMIC1 is present connect it to the new MRPC. Step 5 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-10 Chapter 2 Replacing Cards in the Cisco 3230 ISR Rugged Enclosure...

  • Page 27: Inserting The Card Stack Into The Extrusion

    Place the extrusion on a sturdy, flat surface with the I/O end cap side facing up. Step 4 OL-15983-01 shows proper Wedge Lok alignment. Wedge Lok Alignment Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process Wedge Lok rail 2-11...

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    Wedge Loks. Make sure that all the Wedge Loks are secure. Thermal transfer will not occur if any Wedge Lok is loose. Caution Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-12 Chapter 2 Extrusion (or Body) of the Enclosure Figure 2-5.

  • Page 29: Reattaching The Wiring Card

    ) port at the back of the 4-port FESMIC. Card Replacement Process 1-8), follow these steps to reattach Figure 2-11). See Step 2d and Step 2e See Step 2f and Step 2g Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-13...

  • Page 30: Attaching The Version 2 Of The Wiring Card

    For a (0-) or 1-WMIC configuration, connect the cables to the wiring card as shown in Figure 2-12 Connect the FESMIC 10-pin FE3X cable to WMIC 1, if WMIC is present. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-14 Chapter 2 0- or 1-WMIC Configuration...

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    Connect the FESMIC 10-pin FE1X cable to port J14 on the wiring card. Connect the FESMIC 10-pin FE3X cable to WMIC 1. OL-15983-01 2-WMIC Configuration Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process Figure 2-13. Connect the FESMIC10-pin FE2X cable to WMIC 2.

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    Route the 20-pin LED cable over the other cables to secure them, and connect the LED cable to port J5 Step 3 on the wiring card. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-16 Chapter 2 3-WMIC Configuration...

  • Page 33: Reattaching The I/o End Cap

    Step 5 torque range for the I/O end cap bolts is from 58 to 68 in-lb. OL-15983-01 I/O End Cap Figure 2-4 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process I/O transition board shows the I/O transition board. Figure 2-4).

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    Figure 2-16 Hinge point Holes for 8/32-inch-long protective end cap cover screws Mounting bolt Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-18 Chapter 2 Figure 2-16 shows the parts of a protective end cap cover. Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure Protective End Cap Cover...

  • Page 35: Reattaching The Antenna End Cap

    If you have more than one WMIC installed in the router, remove the W2 plate on the I/O end cap and Step 2 replace it with the DB-9 console connector. OL-15983-01 Card Replacement Process Figure 2-2. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-19...

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    Chapter 2 Replacing Cards in the Cisco 3230 ISR Rugged Enclosure Card Replacement Process Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 2-20 OL-15983-01...

  • Page 37: Chapter 3 Replacing Cards In The Cisco Isr 3270 Rugged Enclosure

    To avoid damaging the cables, make sure that you do not crimp or pinch the cables when you press cards Caution together or when you attach the end caps. OL-15983-01 C H A P T E R Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide...

  • Page 38: Disconnecting All Cables From The Enclosure

    WMIC 1 primary antenna cable WMIC 2 primary antenna cable WMIC 3 primary antenna cable RP-TNC antenna connector Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 3 shows the antenna cables. Antenna End Cap Removal Replacing Cards in the Cisco ISR 3270 Rugged Enclosure...

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    • Gigabit Ethernet 0 (GE0) and Gigabit Ethernet 1 cables (GE1) • OL-15983-01 Antenna End Cap Labels Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process Figure 3-2 shows the exterior and Gigabit Ethernet 1 (copper) cable (not used in the Gigabit Ethernet...

  • Page 40: Removing The I/o End Cap

    I/O end cap. Place the end cap on your work surface. Step 5 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 3 Figure...

  • Page 41: Removing The Wiring Card

    Loosen the 16 Wedge Loks (14 on the I/O end cap side and 2 on the antenna end cap side) that are holding Step 3 the card stack in place, using a 3/32-in hex blade to release the clamping mechanism, as shown in Figure 3-10. OL-15983-01 Removing the Wiring Card Screws Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process...

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    Slide the card stack out from the antenna end cap side, as shown in Figure 3-5 Carefully place the card stack on its side on a flat surface. Step 5 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 3 Sliding Out the Card Stack Replacing Cards in the Cisco ISR 3270 Rugged Enclosure Figure 3-5.

  • Page 43: Replacing Or Adding A New Card

    Place the extrusion vertically on a sturdy, flat surface with the antenna end cap side facing up. Step 4 OL-15983-01 LED and Serial Console Cables shows proper Wedge Lok alignment. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process “Replacing or Adding a New Card” section on Figure Serial console cable...

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    Using a small Phillips screw driver, attach the alignment tabs to the Mobile Access Router Card Step 8 (MARC), as shown in Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Chapter 3 Inserting the Card Stack Into the (or Body) of the Rugged Enclosure Figure 3-8.

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    Make sure that all the Wedge Loks are secure. Thermal transfer will not occur if any Wedge Lok is loose. Caution OL-15983-01 Attaching Alignment Tabs Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process LED cable Right alignment tab...

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    Tighten the two Wedge Loks of the MARC on the antenna end cap side (see Step 12 3/32-inch hex blade. Use a torque range of 5.5–5.7 in-lb when tightening the Wedge Loks. Figure 3-10 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 3-10 Chapter 3 Tightening Wedge Loks...

  • Page 47: Reattaching The Wiring Card

    J4 on the wiring card. For a 1-WMIC configuration, connect the cables to the wiring card as shown in OL-15983-01 Figure 0-WMIC Configuration Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process 3-11. Figure 3-11. Connect the FESMIC 10-pin FE3X cable to port J16 on the I/O card.

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    Connect the FESMIC 10-pin FE3X cable to WMIC 1. Connect the WMIC 2 console port to port J2 on the wiring card, using a 20-pin cable. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 3-12 Chapter 3 1-WMIC Configuration 2-WMIC Configuration...

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    When connecting the serial console and LED ribbon cables, use them to secure the other cables Note connecting the card stack to the wiring card. OL-15983-01 3-WMIC Configuration Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process Figure 3-14. Connect the FESMIC 10-pin FE2X cable to WMIC 2.

  • Page 50: Adjusting The Wmic Jumper Settings

    If you add or remove WMIC cards, you must adjust the WMIC jumper settings on the I/O end cap as shown in Figure 3-15. Figure 3-15 WMIC Jumper Settings 1 WMIC Settings 0 WMIC Settings 3 WMIC Settings 2 WMIC Settings Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 3-14 OL-15983-01...

  • Page 51: Reattaching The I/o End Cap

    I/O end cap holes to attach the I/O end cap and its protective cover to the extrusion. OL-15983-01 Figure 2-16 shows the parts of a protective end cap cover. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process 3-15...

  • Page 52: Reattaching The Antenna End Cap

    Use a 3/8-inch socket to secure the antenna end cap with four 1/4-20 x 1 1/4-inch-long bolts. The torque Step 4 range for the antenna end cap bolts is 58 to 68 in-lb. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 3-16 Chapter 3 (Figure 3-16 shows one new label being applied over an old label.)

  • Page 53: Applying New I/o End Cap Function Labels

    Place the new labels over the old labels, as show in applied over an old label.) Figure 3-17 Label OL-15983-01 Figure Attaching I/O Function Labels Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Card Replacement Process 3-17. (Figure 3-17 shows one new label being 3-17...

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    Chapter 3 Replacing Cards in the Cisco ISR 3270 Rugged Enclosure Card Replacement Process Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide 3-18 OL-15983-01...

  • Page 55: Chapter 4 Replacing The Sfp Module

    To avoid damaging the cables, follow standard fiber-optic cleaning procedures when connecting fiber- optic cables to fiber-optic ports. OL-15983-01 C H A P T E R SFP Module with a Bale-Clasp Latch Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Figure 4-1 shows an SFP module that...

  • Page 56: Sfp Module Replacement Process

    Pull the bale-clasp latch out and down to eject the module. If the bale-clasp latch is obstructed and you cannot use your index finger to open it, use a small, flat-blade screwdriver or other long, narrow instrument to open the bale-clasp latch. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide Figure Disconnecting SFP Latch Mechanisms...

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    58 to 68 in-lb. For more information about replacing SFP modules and diagnosing their problems, see Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference Guide. OL-15983-01 SFP Module Replacement Process Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide...

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    Chapter 4 Replacing the SFP Module SFP Module Replacement Process Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Upgrade Guide OL-15983-01...

  • Page 59: I N D E X

    Numerics 3270 Rugged Enclosures 9 Adding a New Card 45 Adding a New WMIC Card 25 Adjusting the WMIC Jumper Settings 52 Attaching New I/O End Cap Function Labels 55 audience v Card Replacement Process 19, 39 Cisco 3230 Router Card Stack 12 Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure 9 Cisco 3270 Router Card Stack 15 Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure 13...

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    Index R E V I E W D R A F T — C I S C O C O N F I D E N T I A L Book Title IN-2 78-xxxxx-xx...

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