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LIDE
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For Cisco C170, M170, and S170
Appliances
and
Cisco 5512-X, 5515-X, 5525-X, 5545-X,
5555-X Adaptive Security Appliances
and
Cisco IPS 4345 and 4360
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Verify the Box Contents
2
Disassemble the Slide Rail
3
Attach Inner Rails to the Chassis
4
Verify the Rack Type
5
Round Hole Racks
6
Threaded Hole Racks
7
Attach the Outer Slide Rail to Round and Square
Hole Racks
8
Attach the Outer Slide Rail to Threaded Hole Racks
9
Install the Chassis
10
Secure the Chassis
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a
Service Request
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   Summary of Contents for Cisco 5512-X

  • Page 1 LIDE NSTALLATION NSTRUCTIONS For Cisco C170, M170, and S170 Appliances Cisco 5512-X, 5515-X, 5525-X, 5545-X, 5555-X Adaptive Security Appliances Cisco IPS 4345 and 4360 Verify the Box Contents Disassemble the Slide Rail Attach Inner Rails to the Chassis Verify the Rack Type...
  • Page 2: Tools Required

    Verify the Box Contents Remove the contents from the box and verify that it contains the following items for all rack types: Slide Rails (x2) (preconfigured for square hole racks) • Phillips flat-head screws for Inner Slide (x2) • For round hole racks, you also need the following: Round Hole Inserts (x4) •...
  • Page 3: Disassemble The Slide Rail

    Disassemble the Slide Rail Pull the inner slide rail from the outer slide rail. Front Slide the plastic tab forward, and pull the inner slide rail to disconnect it from the outer slide rail. Repeat the steps on this page for the other slide rail.
  • Page 4: Attach Inner Rails To The Chassis

    Attach Inner Rails to the Chassis Align one of the inner slide rail key holes over the chassis shoulder screw on one side. Slide the inner slide rail forward so that the shoulder screw is securely in place. Use a Phillips screwdriver to secure the inner slide rail with one Phillips flat-head screw Secure the other inner slide rail to the chassis by repeating the previous steps on this page.
  • Page 5: Verify The Rack Type

    Verify the Rack Type The slide rails are pre-assembled for square hole racks. See the following steps for the different rack types: • Square hole racks. Go to “Attach the Outer Slide Rail to Round and Square Hole Racks” on page 8. •...
  • Page 6: Round Hole Racks

    Round Hole Racks Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the square insert from the rear of the rail. Keep the two Phillips head screws. Remove the square insert from the front of the rail. Keep the two Phillips head screws. Align the round hole insert to the rear of the rail, and secure it with two of the saved screws.
  • Page 7 Threaded Hole Racks Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the square hole insert from the rear of the rail. Remove the square hole insert from the front of the rail. Align the threaded hole bracket to the front of the rail over the hooks.
  • Page 8 Attach the Outer Slide Rail to Round and Square Hole Racks Align the front of one of the outer slide rails with the rack upright, push it forward, and click it into place. Align the rear of the outer slide rail with the rack upright, pull the release tab, push the slide rail toward the rack, release the tab, and click it into place.
  • Page 9 Attach the Outer Slide Rail to Threaded Hole Racks Align the slide rail to the front rack post. Secure it with two of the included Phillips pan-head screws Align the slide rail to the rear rack post. Secure it with two of the included Phillips pan-head screws Align the other slide rail to the rack by repeating the previous steps on this page.
  • Page 10: Install The Chassis

    Install the Chassis Align the inner slide rails to the outer slide rails. Install the inner slide rails into the outer slide rails until they lock into place. Pull the side release tabs to unlock the inner slide rail, and push the chassis assembly into the rack.
  • Page 11: Secure The Chassis

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