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20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules
Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules
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Cisco 12000 Series GSR Routers
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Cisco 12000 Router Installation
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Cisco 12008 GSR: Installation
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  • Page 1 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Course Reference Material Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules NETg course 20614 Copyright © 2000 National Education Training Group, Inc.
  • Page 2 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Cisco 12004 GSR Cisco 12000 Series GSR Line Cards Cisco 12000 Series GSR: Troubleshooting Catalyst 3000 and 5000 Router Modules Catalyst 3000 Router: Installation Catalyst 5000 RSM: Installation...
  • Page 3 Cisco 12004 GSR: Overview (ULT 151): Identify the characteristics of the Cisco 12004 Gigabit Switch Router. Power Supply and Fan Tray (ULT 152): Identify the characteristics of the Cisco 12004 GSR power supply and fan tray. Cable Management (ULT 153): Identify the characteristics of the Cisco GSR cable management system.
  • Page 4 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Cisco 12000 Series GSR: Troubleshooting Startup Problems: Identifying (ULT 171): Identify Cisco 12000 Series Gigabit Switch Router (GSR) startup problems. Power Subsystem: Troubleshooting (ULT 172): Identify guidelines for troubleshooting the power subsystem.
  • Page 5 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Procedures Cisco 12000 Series GSR Routers Cisco 12000 Router Installation AC−Input Power Supply: Installing Attach an antistatic wrist strap to yourself and to one of the two ESD connection sockets.
  • Page 6 As the line cards boot, observe the alphanumeric LED indicators on each line card. Line cards boot from left to right. Boot the Cisco IOS software image you want to use by entering the appropriate b command at the ROM monitor prompt (>).
  • Page 7 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Router Card: Installing Connect the switch to a computer or other data terminal equipment (DTE) device. Connect the EIA−232 cable to the console, the DB−9 connector, on the switch.
  • Page 8 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules data terminal equipment. Device at the user end of a user−network interface that serves as a data source, destination, or both. DTE connects to a data network through a DCE device (for example, a modem) and typically uses clocking signals generated by the DCE.
  • Page 9 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules British thermal unit buffer A temporary storage area, usually in RAM. C.S.C Cisco Systems Capital cage a piece of hardware into which cards are installed Cisco express forwarding Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol (CHAP) Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol.
  • Page 10 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Cyclic redundancy check. Error−checking technique in which the frame recipient calculates a remainder by dividing frame contents by a prime binary divisor and compares the calculated remainder to a value stored in the frame by the sending node.
  • Page 11 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules dynamic random−access memory. RAM that stores in capacitors that must be periodically refreshed. Data Service Unit. Device used in digital transmission that adapts the physical interface on a DTE device to a transmission facility such as T1 or E1.
  • Page 12 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Field Replaceable Unit Gbps gigabits per second Gigabit Switch Router The Cisco 12000 Gigabit Switch Router is Cisco’s high−performance, carrier−class routing platform for tier 1 Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
  • Page 13 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Integrated Services Digital Network. Internet Service Provider Local Area Network light emitting diode Media Access Control Media Attachment Unit Mbus Maintenance bus. A router's monitoring system.
  • Page 14 PCMCIA Personal Computer Memory Card International Association Personal Compurt Memory Card International Association (PCMCIA) Initially it was a standard for laptop cards, now it is used to store flash on cisco routers. power factor connector Point To Point Protocol (PPP) Point−to−Point Protocol.
  • Page 15 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules reduced instruction set computing read−only memory Route/Switch Processor (RSP) Route/Switch Processor. Processor module in the Cisco 7500 series routers that integrates the functions of the RP and the SP. Redundant Power System Route Switch Module Synchronous Digital Hierarchy, which is an international standard for synchronous data transmission over fiber optic cables.
  • Page 16 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules SONET Synchronous Optical Network, a standard for connecting fiber−optic transmission systems. Static Random−Access Memory (SRAM) Type of RAM that retains its contents for as long as power is supplied. SRAM does not require constant refreshing, like DRAM.
  • Page 17 20614 Cisco Installing and Maintaining Routers Part 4: 12000 GSR Series and XS5032 Modules Versatile Interface Processor. Interface card used in Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7500 series routers. The VIP provides multilayer switching and runs Cisco IOS. The most recent version of the VIP is VIP2.

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