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SRX5600 Services Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration Introduction © 2010 Juniper Networks, Inc. All rights
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Course Objectives

On completing this course, you will be able to install or replace the following:

• SRX5800 Services Gateway

Switch Control Board (SCB)

• Routing Engine (RE)

• I/O Cards (IOCs)

• Services Processing Cards (SPCs)

• Small form-factor pluggable transceivers (SFPs)

• 10-Gigabit small form-factor pluggable transceivers (XFPs)

Craft interface

• Front and rear fan trays

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Course Objectives

Course Objectives In this section, you will learn to install the Juniper Networks SRX5800 S erv

In this section, you will learn to install the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway.

More specifically, after completing this section you will be able to:

Describe the SRX5800 Services Gateway

Identify the SRX5800’s components.

Prepare a site for installation

Identify the safety procedures to be followed during installation

List the tools and parts required to install the

SRX5800

Unpack the SRX5800

Install the mounting hardware

Install the SRX5800 with a mechanical lift

Install the SRX5800 without a mechanical lift

Connect management and network cabling

Connect AC or DC power

Connect the console, out-of-band network, and interface cables

Perform initial software configuration

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • 12 slots that can be populated with up to 11 Services

12 slots that can be populated with up to 11 Services Processing Cards (SPCs) and I/O cards (IOCs) and two Switch Control Boards (SCBs)

Up to 440 Gigabit Ethernet or 44 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports

Two types of I/O Card (IOC) interface cards:

• 40-port Gigabit Ethernet IOC with SFP connectors (1000 Mbit copper and fiber only)

4-port 10–Gigabit Ethernet IOC with XFP connectors

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description SRX5800 connections between IOCs and SCBs are organized in three groups: •

SRX5800 connections between IOCs and SCBs are organized in three groups:

• Fabric: Connects the interface cards and provides for packet transport between IOCs.

• Gigabit Ethernet: The control plane of the SRX5800 chassis consists of Gigabit Ethernet links between Switch Control Boards/Routing Engines and each IOC.

• Management: This group of signals provides for low-level status diagnostic support.

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description SRX5800 chassis: • A rigid sheet metal structure that houses all other

SRX5800 chassis:

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description SRX5800 chassis: • A rigid sheet metal structure that houses all other

• A rigid sheet metal structure that houses all other SRX5800 components

• 27.75 in. (70.49 cm) high, 17.37 in. (44.11 cm) wide, and 23.0 in. (58.42 cm) deep

• I/O Cards (IOCs):

• Support up to 40xgigE or 4x10gigE

• Combine packet forwarding and Ethernet interfaces on a single board

Each PFE consists of one I-chip for Layer 3 processing and one Layer 2 network processor

• Interface with power supplies and SCBs

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • Services Processing Cards (SPCs): • Provide processing power for firewall,

• Services Processing Cards (SPCs):

• Provide processing power for firewall, IPsec, and IDP

• Comprised of two or more Services Processing Units (SPUs)

• Host Subsystem:

• Provides the routing and system management functions of the SRX5800

• Comprised of an RE and corresponding SCB

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • Routing Engine: • Intel-based PC platform • Runs J unos Int

• Routing Engine:

• Intel-based PC platform

• Runs Junos Internet software

• Maintains routing tables

• Manages routing protocols

• Controls SRX5800 interfaces

Controls some chassis components

• Provides system management and user access interface

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • SCB • Powers cards on and off • C on t

• SCB

• Powers cards on and off

• Controls clocking, resets and booting

• Controls system functions

• Up to three SCBs can be installed

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • Craft Interface: • Alarm LEDs and Alarm Cutoff/Lamp Test Button •

• Craft Interface:

• Alarm LEDs and Alarm Cutoff/Lamp Test Button

Host Subsystem LEDs

• SCB LEDs

• Power Supply LEDs

• Fan LEDs

• IOC and SPC LEDs

• Online Buttons

• Alarm Relay Contacts

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Description

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • Power Supply: • SRX5800 is configurable with three or four AC

• Power Supply:

SRX5800 Services Gateway Description • Power Supply: • SRX5800 is configurable with three or four AC

• SRX5800 is configurable with three or four AC power supplies or two or four DC power supplies.

• All power supplies are hot-removable and hot-insertable

Mixing AC and DC power supplies is not supported.

• Cable Management System:

Keeps cables organized and securely in place

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Safety Measures

Safety Measures • Permit only trained and qualified personnel to install or replace device components. •

• Permit only trained and qualified personnel to install or replace device components.

• Perform only the procedures described in the Quick Start Guide or Hardware Guide for your device. Other services must be performed by authorized service personnel only.

• Before installing the SRX5800, read the guidelines about preparing for installation in the Quick Start Guide or Hardware Guide for your device to make sure that the site meets power, environmental, and clearance requirements.

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Safety Measures

Safety Measures • We recommend that at least two people perform the SRX5800 installation. One person

• We recommend that at least two people perform the SRX5800 installation. One person should lift the unit into position and the other person should secure the mounting screws. To prevent injury, the workers should keep their backs straight and lift with their legs—not their backs.

• Mount the SRX5800 at the bottom of the rack if it is the only unit in the rack.

• When mounting the SRX5800 in a partially filled rack load the rack from the bottom to the top, with the heaviest component at the bottom of the rack.

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Safety Measures

Safety Measures • If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices, install the stabilizers before mounting

• If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices, install the stabilizers before mounting or servicing the SRX5800 in the rack.

• When removing or installing an electrical component, always place it component- side up on a flat antistatic surface or in an electrostatic bag.

• Do not work on the system or connect or disconnect cables during electrical storms.

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Safety Measures

Safety Measures • Before working on equipment that is connected to power lines, remove jewelry (including

• Before working on equipment that is connected to power lines, remove jewelry (including rings, necklaces, and watches). Metal objects heat up when connected to power and ground, and can cause serious burns or become welded to the terminals.

• Operate the SRX5800 only when it is properly grounded.

• Do not open or remove chassis covers or sheet metal parts unless instructions are provided in the Quick Start Guide Hardware Guide or this course. Such an action could cause severe electrical shock.

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Safety Measures

Safety Measures Read the installation instructions before you connect the SRX5800 to a power source. Do

Read the installation instructions before you connect the SRX5800 to a power source. you connect the SRX5800 to a power source.

Do not stare into the laser beam or view it directly with optical instruments. Because invisible radiation can be emitted from the aperture of the directly with optical instruments. Because invisible radiation can be emitted from the aperture of the port when no fiber cable is connected, avoid exposure to radiation and do not stare into open apertures.

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Safety Measures

Safety Measures • High levels of electrical energy are distributed across the SRX5800 midplane. Be careful
Safety Measures • High levels of electrical energy are distributed across the SRX5800 midplane. Be careful

• High levels of electrical energy are distributed across the SRX5800 midplane. Be careful not to contact the midplane connectors, or any component connected to the midplane, with any metallic object while servicing components installed in the SRX5800.

These safety warnings are not meant to be comprehensive. For a complete list of warnings, consult the SRX5800 Services Gateway Hardware Guide at http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/ Failure to observe these safety warnings can result in serious physical injury.

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Preparing the Site

Preparing the Site You can install the SRX5800 Services Gateway in: • A four-post rack •

You can install the SRX5800 Services Gateway in:

• A four-post rack

A cabinet

• An open-frame rack

• The rack or cabinet must accommodate the SRX5800 chassis’s external dimensions:

• 27.75 in. (70.49 cm) high

• 23.0 in. (58.42 cm) deep

• 17.37 in. (44.11 cm) wide http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/

SRX5800 Services Gateway Environmental Specifications

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Tools Required

Tools Required You will need: • 1/2-in. or 13-mm open-end or socket wrench • #1 and

You will need:

• 1/2-in. or 13-mm open-end or socket wrench

• #1 and #2 Phillips screwdrivers

• A 3/32-in. (2.5-mm) flat-blade screwdriver

• Wire cutters

• An ESD wrist strap

• An electrostatic bag

• 3/8-in. nut driver

• Rubber safety caps

• Blank panels to cover any slots not occupied by a component

• A mechanical lift (recommended)

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Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway

Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway The SRX5800 Services Gateway is shipped in a wooden crate that

The SRX5800 Services Gateway is shipped in a wooden crate that contains:

• The SRX5800

• QuickStart installation instructions

• A cardboard accessory box

installation instructions • A cardboard accessory box The SRX5800 is maximall y p rotected inside the

The SRX5800 is maximally protected inside the shipping container. Do not unpack it until you are ready to begin installation.

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Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway

Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway • Move the shipping container to a stagin g area as

• Move the shipping container to a staging area as close to the installation site as possible, where you have enough room to remove the components from the chassis.

Position the shipping crate with the arrows pointing up.

• Open all the latches on the shipping crate.

• Remove the front door of the shipping crate cover and set it aside.

• Slide the remainder of the shipping crate cover off the pallet.

• Remove the plastic and foam covering the top of the SRX5800 .

• Remove the accessory box, which also contains the QuickStart documentation.

• Remove the mounting shelves.

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Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway

Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway The SRX5800 comes with a small mounting shelf for use when
Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway The SRX5800 comes with a small mounting shelf for use when

The SRX5800 comes with a small mounting shelf for use when center-mounting the SRX5800.

For a front-mount, open-frame rack, you need to install only the large mounting shelf.

• Remove the vapor corrosion inhibitor (VCI) packs attached to the pallet, being careful not to break the VCI packs open.

• To remove the brackets holding the chassis on the pallet, use a 1/2-in. socket wrench and a #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove the bolts and screws from the brackets.

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Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway

Unpacking the SRX5800 Services Gateway • Store the brackets and bolts inside the accessory box. •

• Store the brackets and bolts inside the accessory box.

• Using the #2 Phillips screwdriver, loosen the screws holding the bracket to the SRX5800 chassis. Pull the bracket away from the chassis. Repeat for the other mounting bracket.

• Save the shipping crate cover, pallet, and packing materials in case you need to move or ship the SRX5800 later.

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Installing the Mounting Hardware

Installing the Mounting Hardware http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/hardware/ . • On the rear of each rack rail, partially

http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/hardware/.

• On the rear of each rack rail, partially insert a mounting screw into the rack hole 17.26 inches above the “U” division which will align with the bottom of the SRX5800.

• Install the large shelf on the rack. Hang the shelf over the mounting screws using the keyhole slots located near the top of the large shelf flanges.

Partially insert screws into the open holes in the ears of the large shelf. Tighten the screws until the mounting shelf fits tightly on the rack.

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Installing the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift

the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift Before installing the SRX5800 in a front-mount rack,
the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift Before installing the SRX5800 in a front-mount rack,

Before installing the SRX5800 in a front-mount rack, have a qualified technician verify that the rack is strong enough to support the SRX5800's weight and is adequately supported at the installation site.

• Load the SRX5800 onto the lift, ensuring that it rests securely on the lift platform.

• Using the lift, position the SRX5800 in front of the rack or cabinet, centering it in front of the mounting shelf.

• Lift the chassis approximately 0.75 in above the surface of the mounting shelf, and position it as close as possible to the shelf.

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Installing the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift

the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift • Carefully slide the SRX5800 onto the mounting

• Carefully slide the SRX5800 onto the mounting shelf so that the bottom of the chassis and the mounting shelf overlap by approximately two inches.

Slide the SRX5800 onto the mounting shelf until the mounting brackets contact the rack rails. The shelf ensures that the holes in the mounting brackets and the front-mounting flanges of the chassis align with the holes in the rack rails. Move the lift away from the rack.

holes in the rack rails. Move the lift away from the rack. You might have to

You might have to pull the Cable Management System (CMS) away from the SRX5800 face and into its locked, upright position to access all of the mounting holes.

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Installing the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift

the SRX5800 Services Gateway Using a Mechanical Lift • Install a mounting screw into each of

• Install a mounting screw into each of the open mounting holes aligned with the rack, starting from the bottom.

• Visually inspect the alignment of the SRX5800. If the SRX5800 is installed properly in the rack, all the mounting screws on one side of the rack should be aligned with the mounting screws on the opposite side, and the SRX5800 should be level.

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Connecting the SRX5800 Services Gateway to Management and Alarm Devices

the SRX5800 Services Gateway to Management and Alarm Devices Connecting to a Network for Out-of-Band Management

Connecting to a Network for Out-of-Band Management

• Turn off the power to the management device.

Plug one end of the cable into the appropriate ETHERNET port on the Routing Engine.

• Plug the other end of the cable into the network device.

Connecting to a Management Console or Auxiliary Device

• Turn off the power to the console or auxiliary device.

• Plug one end of the cable into the appropriate AUX or CONSOLE port on the Routing Engine.

• Plug the female DB-9 end into the device’s serial port.

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Connecting the SRX5800 Services Gateway to Management and Alarm Devices

the SRX5800 Services Gateway to Management and Alarm Devices Connecting to an External Alarm-Reporting Device •

Connecting to an External Alarm-Reporting Device

• Make sure bare wires cannot touch each other

• Prepare the required length of wire with gauge between 28-AWG and 14-AWG (0.08 and 2.09 mm 2 ).

• While the terminal block is not plugged into the relay contact, use a 2.5 mm flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the small screws on its side. With the small screws on its side facing left, insert wires into the slots in the front of the block based on the wiring for the external device. Tighten the screws to secure the wire.

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Connecting the SRX5800 Services Gateway to Management and Alarm Devices

the SRX5800 Services Gateway to Management and Alarm Devices Connecting to an External Alarm-Reporting Device •

Connecting to an External Alarm-Reporting Device

• Plug the terminal block into the relay contact. Use a 2.5 mm flat-blade screwdriver to tighten the screws on the face of each block. Attach the other end of the wires to the external device.

• To attach a reporting device for the other kind of alarm, repeat the procedure.

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Connecting IOC Cables

Connecting IOC Cables Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into the ends
Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into the ends of fiber-optic
Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into the ends of fiber-optic

Do not look directly into fiber interface transceivers or into the ends of fiber-optic cables. Laser light from transceivers can cause irreversible damage to your eyes.

Do not leave a fiber-optic transceiver uncovered except when inserting or removing cables. The safety cap keeps the port clean and prevents accidental exposure to laser light.

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Connecting IOC Cables

Connecting IOC Cables • Ensure that you have the correct cable type for your IOC. •

• Ensure that you have the correct cable type for your IOC.

• If the cable connector is covered by a rubber safety plug, remove the plug. Remove the safety caps from the ends of the cable.

• Insert the appropriate cable connector into the port on the IOC faceplate.

• Arrange the cable to prevent it from dislodging or developing stress points. Secure the cable so that it does not support its own weight while hanging to the floor. Place excess cable out of the way in a neatly coiled loop.

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Connecting IOC Cables

Connecting IOC Cables Do not bend fiber-optic cables beyond their minimum bend radius. Do not let

Do not bend fiber-optic cables beyond their minimum bend radius.Connecting IOC Cables Do not let fiber-optic cable hang free from the connector, and do not

Do not let fiber-optic cable hang free from the connector, and do not allow fastened loops of cable to dangle, which stresses the the connector, and do not allow fastened loops of cable to dangle, which stresses the cable at the fastening point.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables SRX5800s configured with DC power supplies are shipped with a blank
Connecting Ground and Power Cables SRX5800s configured with DC power supplies are shipped with a blank

SRX5800s configured with DC power supplies are shipped with a blank panel installed over the power distribution modules. SRX5800s configured with AC power supplies have no blank panel.

The SRX5800 cannot be powered from AC and DC power supplies simultaneously. The first type of power supply detected by the SRX5800 when initially powered on determines the type of power supply allowed by the SRX5800. All installed power supplies of the other type are disabled by the SRX5800. If you install a power supply of the other type while the SRX5800 is operating, the SRX5800 disables the power supply and generates an alarm.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • In the AC power configuration, the SRX5800 contains th ree

• In the AC power configuration, the SRX5800 contains three or four AC power supplies, located at the rear of the chassis in slots PEM0 through PEM3 (left to right).

Each AC power supply provides power to all components in the SRX5800.

• F our AC power supplies provide full power redundancy. T hree power supplies provide the maximum configuration with full power for as long as the SRX5800 is operational.

• Each AC power supply has a corresponding AC appliance inlet located in the chassis directly above the power supply.

• Each inlet requires a dedicated AC power feed and a dedicated 15 A (250 VAC) circuit breaker.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables To connect AC power: • Locate the AC power cords shipped

To connect AC power:

• Locate the AC power cords shipped with the SRX5800.

Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis. The SRX5800 is pluggable

The SRX5800 is pluggable type A equipment installed in a restricted-access location. It has a separate protective earthing terminal (the left pair is sized for M6 bolts, and the right pair is sized for UNC 1/4-20 ground lugs) provided on the chassis in addition to the grounding pin of the power supply cord. This separate protective earth terminal must be permanently connected to earth.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • Verify that a licensed electrician has attached the cable lug

• Verify that a licensed electrician has attached the cable lug provided with the SRX5800 to the grounding cable.

• Ensure that the grounding cable is attached to a proper earth ground.

• Place the grounding cable lug over the grounding points on the bottom rear of the chassis. Secure the grounding cable lug to the grounding points—first with the washers, and then with the screws.

• Move the power switch on the chassis directly above the power supply to the off position.

• Insert the appliance coupler end of a power cord into the appliance inlet on the power supply faceplate.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • Insert the power cord plug into an AC po wer

• Insert the power cord plug into an AC power source receptacle. Dress the power cord appropriately. Verify that the power cord does not block access to SRX5800 components or drape where people could trip on it.

Each power supply must be connected to a dedicated AC power feed and a dedicated 15 A (250 VAC) circuit breaker.

• Repeat this procedure for each AC power supply.

• In the DC power configuration, the SRX5800 contains either two or four DC power supplies, located at the lower rear of the chassis in slots PEM0 through PEM3 (left to right).

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • The DC power supplies in slots PEM0 and PEM2 provide

• The DC power supplies in slots PEM0 and PEM2 provide power to the lower fan tray, IOC slots 6 through 11, and SCB slots 1 and 2. The DC power supplies in slots PEM1 and PEM3 provide power to the upper fan tray, IOC slots 0 through 5, and SCB slot 0.

• Four power supplies provide full redundancy.

• Each DC power supply has a single DC input (–48 VDC and return) that requires a dedicated 80 A (–48 VDC) circuit breaker for the maximum SRX5800 hardware configuration.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables The SRX5800 is pluggable type A equipment installed in a restricted
Connecting Ground and Power Cables The SRX5800 is pluggable type A equipment installed in a restricted

The SRX5800 is pluggable type A equipment installed in a restricted access location. It has a separate protective earthing terminal (M6 and UNC 14-20 ground lugs) provided on the chassis in addition to the grounding pin of the power supply cord. This separate protective earth terminal must be permanently connected to earth.

To connect DC power:

• 1. Ensure that the voltage across the DC power source cable leads is 0 V, and that there is no chance that the cable leads might become active during installation.

There is no standard color coding for DC power cables.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

Verify that a licensed electrician has attached the cable lug provided with the SRX5800 to the grounding cable.

• Ensure that the grounding cable is attached to a proper earth ground.

• Place the grounding cable lug over the grounding points on the bottom rear of the chassis. Secure the grounding cable lug to the grounding points, first with the washers, then with the screws.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • Dress the grounding cable and verify that it does not

• Dress the grounding cable and verify that it does not touch or block access to SRX5800 components, and that it does not drape where people could trip on it.

• Switch the circuit breaker on the power supply faceplate to the OFF position (O).

• Remove the clear plastic cover protecting the terminal studs on the faceplate.

• Loosen the captive screw on the cable restraint on the lower edge of the power supply faceplate. Remove the cable restraint.

• Remove the nuts and washers from the RETURN terminal studs.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables • Attach the lug on the positive (+) DC source power

• Attach the lug on the positive (+) DC source power cable to the RETURN terminal studs, making sure the cables are not touching or in the way of any SRX5800 components.

• Secure the power cable lug to the terminal studs. Apply between 23 lb-in. (2.6 Nm) and 25 lb- in. (2.8 Nm) of torque to each nut.

• Remove the nuts and washers from the -48V terminal studs.

• Attach the lug on the negative (–) DC source power cable to the –48V (input) terminal studs, ensuring that the cables are not touching or in the way of any SRX5800 components. Secure the power cable lug to the terminal studs. Apply between 23 lb-in. (2.6 Nm) and 25 lb- in. (2.8 Nm) of torque to each nut.

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Connecting Ground and Power Cables

Connecting Ground and Power Cables The DC power supplies in slots PEM0 and PEM1 must be
Connecting Ground and Power Cables The DC power supplies in slots PEM0 and PEM1 must be

The DC power supplies in slots PEM0 and PEM1 must be powered by dedicated power feeds derived from feed A, and the DC power supplies in slots PEM2 and PEM3 must be powered by dedicated power feeds derived from feed B. This configuration provides the commonly deployed A/B feed redundancy for the system.

• Place the cable restraint over the power cables and tighten the captive screw.

• Replace the clear plastic cover over the terminal studs on the faceplate. Repeat this procedure for each DC power supply.

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Powering the Router On/Off

Powering the Router On/Off To power on the SRX5800: • Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) grounding

To power on the SRX5800:

• Attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) grounding strap to your bare wrist and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Verify that the power supplies are fully inserted in the chassis and that each of their release levers is locked into the chassis in the rightmost position.

For each power supply on an AC-powered SRX5800 verify that the source power cord is securely inserted into the appliance inlet.

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Powering the Router On/Off

Powering the Router On/Off For each power supply on a DC-powered SRX 5800, verify that the

For each power supply on a DC-powered SRX5800, verify that the source power cables are connected to the appropriate terminal: the positive (+) source cable to the return terminal (labeled RETURN) and the negative () source cable to the input terminal (labeled –48V).

• Verify that an external management device is connected to one of the Routing Engine ports on the Craft Interface (AUX, CONSOLE, or ETHERNET).

• Turn on the power to the external management device.

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Powering the Router On/Off

Powering the Router On/Off • For an AC-powered SRX5800, switch the AC switch in the chassis

• For an AC-powered SRX5800, switch the AC switch in the chassis above each power supply to the on position (—) and observe the status LEDs on each power supply faceplate. If an AC power supply is correctly installed and functioning normally, the AC OK and DC OK LEDs light steadily, and the PS FAIL LED is not lit.

• For a DC-powered SRX5800, switch the circuit breaker on each of the power supplies to the ON position and observe the status LEDs on each power supply faceplate.

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Performing the Initial Software Configuration

Performing the Initial Software Configuration • The SRX5800 Services Gateway is shipped with the Junos Internet

• The SRX5800 Services Gateway is shipped with the Junos Internet software preinstalled and ready to be configured when the SRX5800 is powered on.

• There are three copies of the software:

• Nonrotating flash drive in the Routing Engine

• Rotating hard disk in the Routing Engine

USB flash drive that can be inserted into the slot in the Routing Engine faceplate

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Performing the Initial Software Configuration

Performing the Initial Software Configuration You configure the SRX5800 by issuing Junos command-line interface (or CLI)

You configure the SRX5800 by issuing Junos command-line interface (or CLI) commands, either on a console device attached to Routing Engine, or over a telnet connection to a network connected to the ETHERNET port on the Routing Engine.

• Name the SRX5800 will use on the network

• Domain name the SRX5800 will use

• IP address and prefix length information for the Ethernet interface

IP address of a default router

• IP address of a DNS server

• Password for the root user

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Performing the Initial Software Configuration

Performing the Initial Software Configuration To configure the SRX5800: • With the management device attached to

To configure the SRX5800:

• With the management device attached to the SRX5800’s console, power on the SRX5800 by turning the power supplies on.

• Log in as the “root” user.

• Start the CLI by typing cli.

• Enter configuration mode with the configure command.

• Configure the name of the SRX5800 by using the set system host-name command.

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Performing the Initial Software Configuration

Performing the Initial Software Configuration • Configure the SRX5800’s domain name using the set system domain-name

• Configure the SRX5800’s domain name using the set system domain-name command.

• Configure the IP address and prefix length of the SRX5800’s management Ethernet interface using the set interfaces fxp0 unit 0 family inet address command.

• Configure the IP address of a backup router or SRX5800 using the set system backup- router command.

Configure the IP address of a DNS server using the set system name-server command.

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Performing the Initial Software Configuration

Performing the Initial Software Configuration • Set the root authentication password by entering a clear-text password

• Set the root authentication password by entering a clear-text password using the set system root-authentication plain-text-password command.

• Display the configuration to verify that it is correct, using the show command.

• Commit the configuration to activate it on the SRX5800 using the commit command.

• Notice that the SRX5800’s prompt changes, reflecting the new name of the SRX5800. l them on the SRX5800 using the commit command.

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Performing the Initial Software Configuration

Performing the Initial Software Configuration • After configuring the SRX5800, exit configuration mode using the exit

• After configuring the SRX5800, exit configuration mode using the exit command.

• Exit the JUNOS software CLI using the exit command.

• Exit the JUNOS software shell using the exit command. http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/software/junos

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe the SRX5800 Services Gateway • Identify

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe the SRX5800 Services Gateway

• Identify the SRX5800’s components

• Prepare a site for installation

• Identify the safety procedures to be followed during installation

• List the tools and parts required to install the

SRX5800

• Unpack the SRX5800

• Install the mounting hardware

• Install the SRX5800 with a mechanical lift

• Connect the console, out-of-band network, and interface cables

• Connect AC or DC power

• Perform initial software configuration

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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section, you will learn to operate the host su b sys t

In this section, you will learn to operate the host subsystem in the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway.

After completing this section, you will be able to:

Describe the host subsystem of an SRX5800 Services Gateway

• Take a host subsystem offline

• Bring a host subsystem online

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Taking a Host Subsystem Offline

Taking a Host Subsystem Offline • On the console or other management device connected to the

• On the console or other management device connected to the Routing Engine that is paired with the SCB you are removing, enter CLI operational mode and issue this command:

en ter CLI operational mode and issue this command : user@host> request system halt The SCB

user@host> request system halt

The SCB might continue forwarding traffic for approximately five minutes after the request system halt command has been issued.

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Bringing a Host Subsystem Online

Bringing a Host Subsystem Online • A host subsystem automatically comes online when both its components

• A host subsystem automatically comes online when both its components (SCB and RE) are installed and powered.

• You can determine the current status of a host subsystem by issuing the show chassis routing-engine command at the Junos software’s command-line interface.

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe the host subsystem of an SRX5800

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe the host subsystem of an SRX5800 Services Gateway

• Take a host subsystem offline

Bring a host subsystem online

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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section , you will learn to remove and install a Switch Control

In this section, you will learn to remove and install a Switch Control Board (SCB) in the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway.

After completing this section, you will be able to:

Describe the Switch Control Board of an SRX5800 Services Gateway Identify Switch Control Board components Identify the tools and parts required to remove or install a Switch Control Board Remove a Switch Control Board Install a Switch Control Board

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Switch Control Board Description

j1 Switch Control Board Description • Powers on and powers off cards • Controls clocking, resets

• Powers on and powers off cards

• Controls clocking, resets and booting

• Monitors and controls system functions, including fan speed, board power status, PDM status and control, and the system front panel Switch Control Board Components

• Chassis management Ethernet switch

• I2C bus logic, used for low-level communication with each component

• Component redundancy circuitry

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Switch Control Board Description

Switch Control Board Description Switch Control Board Components • Control Board/Routing Engine mastership mechanism •

Switch Control Board Components

• Control Board/Routing Engine mastership mechanism

• Gigabit Ethernet switch that is connected to the embedded CPU complex on all components

• Switch fabric—Provides the switching functions for the IOCs

• Control FPGA—Provides the PCI interface to the Routing Engine

• 1000Base-T Ethernet controller—Provides a 1-Gbps Ethernet link between the Routing Engines

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Switch Control Board Description

Switch Control Board Description Switch Control Board Components • Ethernet switch—Provides 1–Gbps link speed s

Switch Control Board Components

• Ethernet switch—Provides 1–Gbps link speeds between the Routing Engine and the IOCs

• Circuits for chassis management and control

• Power circuits for the Routing Engine and SCB

• LEDs—Three LEDs on the SCB indicate the status of the SCB. The LEDs, labeled FABRIC ACTIVE, FABRIC ONLY, and OK/FAIL are located directly on the SCB

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Tools and Parts Required

Tools and Parts Required You will need: • An electrostatic bag or antistatic mat • An

You will need:

• An electrostatic bag or antistatic mat

• An ESD grounding wrist strap

• A #2 Phillips screwdriver

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Removing a Switch Control Board

Removing a Switch Control Board Before removing or replacing an SCB, ensure that the ejector handles
Removing a Switch Control Board Before removing or replacing an SCB, ensure that the ejector handles

Before removing or replacing an SCB, ensure that the ejector handles are stored vertically and pressed toward the center of the SCB.

Operating and Positioning the SCB Ejectors • When removing or inserting an SCB, ensure that the SCBs or blank panels in adjacent slots are fully inserted to avoid hitting them with the ejector handles. The ejector handles require that all adjacent components be completely inserted so the ejector handles do not hit them, which could result in damage.

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Removing a Switch Control Board

Removing a Switch Control Board • The ejector handles have a center of rotation and need

• The ejector handles have a center of rotation and need to be stored toward the center of the board. Ensure the long ends of the ejectors located at both the top and the bottom of the board are vertical. For an ejector located at the top of the board, press the ejector down toward the center of the board. For an ejector located on the bottom of the board, press the ejector up toward the center of the board.

To insert or remove the SCB card, slide the ejector across the SCB vertically, rotate it, and p Utilize the indexing feature to maximize leverage and to avoid hitting any adjacent components.

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Removing a Switch Control Board

Removing a Switch Control Board • Operate both ejector handles simultaneously. The insertion force on an

• Operate both ejector handles simultaneously. The insertion force on an SCB is too great for one ejector.

The insertion force on an SCB is too great for one ejector. The SCB and Routing

The SCB and Routing Engine are removed as a unit. You can also remove the Routing Engine separately.

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Removing a Switch Control Board

Removing a Switch Control Board To remove an SCB, follow this procedure: • Place an electrostatic

To remove an SCB, follow this procedure:

• Place an electrostatic bag or antistatic mat on a flat, stable surface.

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

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Removing a Switch Control Board

Removing a Switch Control Board To remove an SCB, follow this procedure: • Place one hand

To remove an SCB, follow this procedure:

• Place one hand underneath the SCB to support it, and slide it completely out of the chassis.

• Place the SCB in the electrostatic bag or on the antistatic mat.

• If you are not replacing the SCB now, install a blank panel over the empty slot.

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Installing a Switch Control Board

Installing a Switch Control Board • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

Remove the SCB from its electrostatic bag or antistatic mat.

Slide the SCB into the chassis, carefully ensuring that it is correctly aligned with the guides inside the chassis.

Grasp both ejector handles and rotate them simultaneously clockwise until the SCB is fully seated.

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Installing a Switch Control Board

Installing a Switch Control Board • To verify that the SCB is functioning normally, check the

• To verify that the SCB is functioning normally, check the LEDs on its faceplate. The green OK/FAIL LED should light steadily a few minutes after the SCB is installed. If the OK/FAIL LED is red, remove and install the SCB again. If the FAIL LED still lights steadily, it indicates that the SCB is not functioning properly. Contact your customer support representative. user@host> show chassis environment cb

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe the Switch Control Board of an

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe the Switch Control Board of an SRX5800 Services Gateway

• Identify Switch Control Board components

Identify the tools and parts required to remove or install a Switch Control Board

• Remove a Switch Control Board

• Install a Switch Control Board

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Section Objectives

Section Objectives • In this section, you will learn to remove and install a R ou

• In this section, you will learn to remove and install a Routing Engine (RE) in the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway.

After completing this section, you will be able to:

Describe the Routing Engine of an SRX5800 Services Gateway

• Identify Routing Engine components.

• Identify the tools and parts required to remove or install a Routing Engine

• Remove a Routing Engine

• Install a Routing Engine

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Routing Engine Description

Routing Engine Description • Maintain the routing tables • Manage the routing protocols • Control the

• Maintain the routing tables

• Manage the routing protocols

• Control the SRX5800’s interfaces

• Control some chassis components

• Provide the interface for system management and user access

CPU: Runs Junos Internet software to maintain the SRX5800’s routing tables and

routing protocols.

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Routing Engine Description

Routing Engine Description DRAM : Provides storage for the routing and forwarding tables, and for the

DRAM: Provides storage for the routing and forwarding tables, and for the other Routing Engine processes. USB port: Provides a removable media interface through which you can install the Junos Internet software manually. Internal flash disk: Provides primary storage for software images, configuration files, and microcode. Hard disk: Provides secondary storage for the log files, memory dumps, and for rebooting the system, if the internal flash disk fails.

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j2 Routing Engine Description • LEDs : Each Routing Engine has four LEDs that indicate its

LEDs: Each Routing Engine has four LEDs that indicate its status. The LEDs, labeled MASTER, HDD, ONLINE, and FAIL are located directly on the faceplate of the Routing Engine. Routing Engine Interface Ports and Status Indicators

• AUX—Connects the Routing Engine to a laptop, modem, or other auxiliary device through a cable with an RJ-45 connector.

• CONSOLE—Connects the Routing Engine to a system console through a cable with an RJ-45 connector.

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Routing Engine Description

Routing Engine Description Routing Engine Interface Ports and Status Indicators • ETHERNET—Connects the Routing

Routing Engine Interface Ports and Status Indicators • ETHERNET—Connects the Routing Engine through an Ethernet connection to a management LAN (or any other device that plugs into an Ethernet connection) for out-of-band management. The port uses an autosensing RJ-45 connector to support the 10/100- Mbps connections. Two small LEDs on the top of the port indicate the connection in use: the LEDs light yellow or green for a 10-Mbps connection and the LEDs light green when traffic is passing through the port.

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Routing Engine Description

Routing Engine Description EEPROM : Stores the serial number of the Routing Engine. Reset button :

EEPROM: Stores the serial number of the Routing Engine. Reset button: Reboots the Routing Engine when pressed. Offline button: Takes the Routing Engine offline when pressed. Extractor clips: Used for inserting and extracting the Routing Engine. Captive screws: Secure the Routing Engine in place.

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Routing Engine Description

Routing Engine Description • Routing Engine Boot Sequence • USB device • Internal flash disk •

Routing Engine Boot Sequence

• USB device

• Internal flash disk

• Hard disk

• LAN

• USB device • Internal flash disk • Hard disk • LAN For specific information about

For specific information about Routing Engine components (for example, the amount of DRAM), issue the show chassis routing-engine command.

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Tools and Parts Required

Tools and Parts Required You will need: • An electrostatic bag or antistatic mat • An

You will need:

• An electrostatic bag or antistatic mat

• An ESD grounding wrist strap

• A #2 Phillips screwdriver

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Removing a Routing Engine

Removing a Routing Engine • Place an electrostatic bag or antistatic mat on a flat, stable

• Place an electrostatic bag or antistatic mat on a flat, stable surface.

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Verify that the Routing Engine LEDs are off.

• Remove any cables that might be attached to the RE and arrange them out of the way in the CMS.

• Loosen the captive screws on the top and bottom of the Routing Engine.

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Removing a Routing Engine

Removing a Routing Engine • Flip the ejector handles outward to unseat the Routing Engine. •

• Flip the ejector handles outward to unseat the Routing Engine.

• Grasp the Routing Engine by the ejector handles, and slide it about halfway out of the chassis.

• Place one of your hands underneath the Routing Engine to support it, and slide it completely out of the chassis.

• Place the Routing Engine in the electrostatic bag or on the antistatic mat.

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Removing a Routing Engine

Removing a Routing Engine To maintain proper airflow through the cha ssis, do not leave an
Removing a Routing Engine To maintain proper airflow through the cha ssis, do not leave an

To maintain proper airflow through the chassis, do not leave an SCB installed in the chassis without a Routing Engine for extended periods of time. If a Routing Engine is removed, a replacement Routing Engine should be installed as soon as possible.

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Installing a Routing Engine

Installing a Routing Engine • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Remove the RE from its electrostatic bag or antistatic mat.

• Ensure the ejector handles are not in the locked position. If they are locked, flip them outward to unlock them.

• Place one hand underneath the Routing Engine to support it. With the other hand, grasp one of the ejector handles on the faceplate.

• Carefully align the sides of the Routing Engine with the guides inside the opening on the SCB.

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Installing a Routing Engine

Installing a Routing Engine • Slide the Routing Engine into the SCB until yo u feel

• Slide the Routing Engine into the SCB until you feel resistance, and then press the faceplate of the Routing Engine until it engages the connectors.

• Press both the ejector handles inward to seat the Routing Engine. Once it is seated, the Routing Engine automatically comes online.

• Tighten the captive screws on the top and bottom of the Routing Engine. The Routing Engine might require several minutes to boot.

• Finally, power on your SRX5800.

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Installing a Routing Engine

Installing a Routing Engine • After the Routing Engine boots, verify that it is installed correctly

• After the Routing Engine boots, verify that it is installed correctly by checking the RE0 and RE1 STATUS LEDs on the craft interface.

• If the SRX5800 is operational and the Routing Engine is functioning properly, the green OK LED lights steadily.

• In case the red FAIL LED lights steadily, remove and install the Routing Engine again.

• If the red FAIL LED still lights steadily, the Routing Engine is not functioning properly. Contact your customer support representative.

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe the Routing Engine of an SRX5800

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe the Routing Engine of an SRX5800 Services Gateway

• Identify Routing Engine components

Identify the tools and parts required to remove or install a Routing Engine

• Remove a Routing Engine

• Install a Routing Engine

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration IOC/SPC Card Removal and Installation © 2010 Juniper
SRX5800 Services Gateway
Installation and Initial
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IOC/SPC Card Removal and
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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section, you will learn to remove and install an I/O C ar

In this section, you will learn to remove and install an I/O Card (IOC) or Services Processing Card (SPC) in the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway.

After completing this section, you will be able to:

• Describe an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

• Identify the tools and parts required to remove and install an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

• Remove an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

• Install an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description I/O Cards (IOCs) • Optimized for Ethernet density • Capa bl e o f

I/O Cards (IOCs)

• Optimized for Ethernet density

• Capable of supporting up to 40 Gigabit Ethernet or 4 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports

• Combine packet forwarding and Ethernet interfaces on a single board, with four 10-Gbps Packet Forwarding Engines

• Interface with the power supplies and Switch Control Boards (SCBs) b

• Install vertically in the front of the device, in any combination of IOC types

• Hot-removable and hot-insertable

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description IOC Components • IOC cover, which functions as a ground plane and a stiffener

IOC Components

• IOC cover, which functions as a ground plane and a stiffener

• Fabric interfaces

• Two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces that allow control information, route information, and statistics to be sent between the Routing Engine and the CPU on the IOCs

• Two interfaces from the SCBs that enable the boards to be powered on and controlled

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description IOC Components • Midplane connectors and power circuitry • Processor subsystem, which includes a

IOC Components

• Midplane connectors and power circuitry

• Processor subsystem, which includes a 1.2-GHz CPU, system controller, and 1 GB of SDRAM

• LEDs on the 4–port 10–Gigabit Ethernet faceplate indicate the port status. LEDs are labeled top to bottom 0/0 through 3/0

• LEDs on the 40–port Gigabit Ethernet faceplate indicate the port status. LEDs are labeled vertically and top to bottom 0/0 through 0/4, 0/5 though 0/9 1/0 through 1/4, 1/5 through 1/9, 2/0 through 2/4, 2/5 through 2/9, 3/0 through 3/4, and 3/5 through 3/9

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Services Processing Cards (SPCs) • Provide processing power to run integrated services such as

Services Processing Cards (SPCs)

• Provide processing power to run integrated services such as firewall, IPsec and IDP

• Comprise two or more Services Processing Units (SPUs)

• Install vertically in the front of the SRX5800

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description SPC Components • SPC cover, which functions as a ground plane and a stiffener

SPC Components

• SPC cover, which functions as a ground plane and a stiffener

• Two Chassis Cluster Control ports for connecting multiple devices into a redundant chassis cluster

• Fabric interfaces

• Two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces that allow control information, route information, and statistics to be sent between the Routing Engine and the CPU on the SPCs

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Handling and Storing Cards Many components on the card are fragile. Fail ure to
IOC/SPC Description Handling and Storing Cards Many components on the card are fragile. Fail ure to

Handling and Storing Cards

Many components on the card are fragile. Failure to handle cards as specified in this course can cause irreparable damage.

This section discusses how to hold cards in both the vertical and horizontal positions. Regardless of orientation, this section uses the same terms for all four edges of the card:

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Handling and Storing Cards • Faceplate: Edge of the card that has connec tors
IOC/SPC Description Handling and Storing Cards • Faceplate: Edge of the card that has connec tors

Handling and Storing Cards

• Faceplate: Edge of the card that has connectors into which you insert the SFP or XFP transceivers

• Top edge: Edge at the top of the card when it is vertical

• Bottom edge: Edge at the bottom of the card when it is vertical

• Connector edge: Edge opposite the faceplate; this edge has the connectors that attach to the midplane

The instructions in this section apply to both card types.

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Holding a Card A card weighs 13.1 lb (5.9 kg). Be prepared to a

Holding a Card A card weighs 13.1 lb (5.9 kg). Be prepared to accept the full weight of the card as you lift it.

to a ccept the full weight of the card as you lift it. • Orient the

• Orient the card so that the faceplate faces you. To verify orientation, confirm that the text on the card is right-side up and the EMI strip is on the right-hand side.

• Place one hand around the card faceplate about a quarter of the way down from the top edge. To avoid deforming the electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding strip, do not press hard on it.

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Holding a Card • Place your other hand at the bottom edge of the

Holding a Card • Place your other hand at the bottom edge of the card. If the card is horizontal before you grasp it, place your left hand around the faceplate and your right hand along the bottom edge.

• If the card is vertical before you grasp it (for example, if it is installed in a routing platform), you can place either hand around the faceplate and your other hand under the bottom edge.

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Holding a Card • Orient the card so that the faceplate faces you. •

Holding a Card

• Orient the card so that the faceplate faces you.

• Grasp the faceplate with your right hand and support the card from the bottom with your left hand. You can rest the faceplate of the card against your body as you carry it.

• As you carry the card, do not bump it against anything. Card components are fragile.

Never hold or grasp the card anywhere except places that this course indicates. In particular , never grasp the connector edge, especially at the power connector in the corner where the connector and bottom edges meet.

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Holding a Card • Never carry the card by the faceplate with only one

Holding a Card

• Never carry the card by the faceplate with only one hand.

• Do not rest any edge of a card directly against a hard surface.

• Do not stack cards.

• If you must rest the card temporarily on an edge while changing its orientation between vertical and horizontal, use your hand as a cushion between the edge and the surface.

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IOC/SPC Description

IOC/SPC Description Storing a Card • In the SRX5800 • In the container in whic h

Storing a Card

• In the SRX5800

• In the container in which a spare card is shipped

• Horizontally and sheet metal side down

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Tools and Parts Required

Tools and Parts Required You will need: • Rubber safety caps • An electrostatic bag or

You will need:

• Rubber safety caps

• An electrostatic bag or antistatic mat

• An ESD grounding wrist strap

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Removing an IOC or SPC

Removing an IOC or SPC Before removing an IOC or SPC, make sure you have: •

Before removing an IOC or SPC, make sure you have:

• A replacement card or blank panel

• An antistatic mat or electrostatic bag

• Rubber safety caps

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• To remove an SPC, make sure the SRX5800 is powered off.

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Removing an IOC or SPC

Removing an IOC or SPC To remove an IOC, take it offline by pressing its online/offline

To remove an IOC, take it offline by pressing its online/offline button. Hold the button until the LED goes out.

• Alternately, you can also take the IOC offline by issuing the following CLI command:

request chassis fpc slot slot-number offline

• Disconnect the cables from the IOC or SPC. If the card uses fiber-optic cable, immediately i

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Removing an IOC or SPC

Removing an IOC or SPC Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into
Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into the ends of fiber-optic
Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into the ends of fiber-optic
Do not look directly into fiber interface transc eivers or into the ends of fiber-optic

Do not look directly into fiber interface transceivers or into the ends of fiber-optic cables. Laser light from transceivers can cause irreversible damage to your eyes.

Do not leave a fiber-optic transceiver uncovered, except when inserting or removing cables. A safety cap keeps the port clean and prevents accidental exposure to laser light.

Avoid bending fiber-optic cable beyond its minimum bend radius. An arc smaller than a few inches in diameter can damage the cable and cause problems that are difficult to diagnose.

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Removing an IOC or SPC

Removing an IOC or SPC • Carefully secure each disconnected cable to the cable management system

• Carefully secure each disconnected cable to the cable management system below the card cage to prevent the cables from developing stress points.

• Simultaneously turn both the ejector handles counterclockwise to unseat the card.

• Grasp the handles and slide the IOC or SPC straight out of the card cage halfway.

• Place one hand around the front of the card and the other hand under it to support it. Slide the card completely out of the chassis and place it on the antistatic mat or in the electrostatic bag.

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Removing an IOC or SPC

Removing an IOC or SPC The weight of the card is concentrated in th e back
Removing an IOC or SPC The weight of the card is concentrated in th e back

The weight of the card is concentrated in the back end. Be prepared to accept the full weight—up to 13.1 lb (5.9 kg)—as you slide the IOC or SPC out of the chassis.

When the IOC or SPC is out of the chassis, do not hold it by the ejector handles, bus bars, or edge connectors. They cannot support its weight.

Do not stack IOCs or SPCs on top of one another after removal. Place each one individually in an electrostatic bag or on its own antistatic mat on a flat, stable surface.

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Removing an IOC or SPC

Removing an IOC or SPC • If you are not reinstalling an IOC or SPC into

• If you are not reinstalling an IOC or SPC into the emptied slot within a short time, install a blank panel over the slot to maintain proper airflow in the card cage.

over the slot to maintain proper airflow in the card cage. After removing an IOC or

After removing an IOC or SPC from the chassis, wait at least 30 seconds before reinserting it, removing an IOC or SPC from a different slot, or inserting an IOC or SPC into a different slot.

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Installing an IOC or SPC

Installing an IOC or SPC • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Place the card on an antistatic mat or remove it from its antistatic bag.

• Verify that each fiber-optic interface has a rubber safety cap covering the transceiver. If it is not covered, cover the transceiver with a safety cap.

Locate the slot in the card cage in which you plan to install the IOC or SPC. If necessary , remove the blank plate.

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Installing an IOC or SPC

Installing an IOC or SPC • Orient the IOC or SPC so that the faceplate fa

• Orient the IOC or SPC so that the faceplate faces you, the text on the card is right-side up, and the EMI strip is on the right-hand side.

Lift the IOC or SPC into place and carefully align first the bottom and then the top of the card with the guides inside the card cage.

• Slide the IOC or SPC all the way into the card cage until you feel resistance.

• Grasp both ejector handles and rotate them simultaneously clockwise until the IOC or SPC is fully seated.

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Installing an IOC or SPC

Installing an IOC or SPC • If the card uses fiber-optic cable, remove th e rubber

• If the card uses fiber-optic cable, remove the rubber safety cap from each transceiver. Retrieve the cable from the Cable Management System, remove the safety caps from the cable ends, and insert the appropriate cables into the transceivers on the card.

the appropriate cables into the transcei v ers on the card . Do not look directly

Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the ends of fiber-optic cables. Fiber-optic transceivers and fiber-optic cable connected to a transceiver emit laser light that can damage your eyes.

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Installing an IOC or SPC

Installing an IOC or SPC • Secure the cables so that they are not supporting their

• Secure the cables so that they are not supporting their own weight. Place the excess cable out of the way in a neatly coiled loop, using the cable management system. Placing fasteners on a loop helps to maintain its shape.

Placing fasteners on a loop helps to maintain its shape . Never let cables hang free

Never let cables hang free from the connector. Do not allow fastened loops of cable to dangle, because it stresses the cable at the fastening point. Avoid bending fiber-optic cable beyond its minimum bend radius. An arc smaller than a few inches in diameter can damage the cable and cause problems that are difficult to diagnose.

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Installing an IOC or SPC

Installing an IOC or SPC • Power on your SRX5800, following the instruct ions given in

• Power on your SRX5800, following the instructions given in Section 2.13 of this course.

• To bring the IOC or SPC online, press and hold the IOC or SPC online/offline button on the craft interface until the green OK/FAIL LED lights steadily, which takes about 5 seconds.

OK/FAIL LED li ghts steadily, which takes about 5 seconds. • request chassis fpc slot slot-number

request chassis fpc slot slot-number online

After the OK LED turns green, wait at least 30 seconds before removing the card again,

removing an IOC or SPC from a different slot, or inserting an IOC or SPC in a different slot.

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe an I/O Card or Services Processing

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

• Identify the tools and parts required to remove

and install an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

• Remove an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

• Install an I/O Card or Services Processing Card

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration SFP/XFP Removal and Installation © 2010 Juniper
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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section, you will learn to remove and install a S mall F

In this section, you will learn to remove and install a Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP), or 10-Gigabit Small Form-Factor Pluggable (XFP) in the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway. After completing this section, you will be able to:

• Describe an SFP or XFP

• Identify the tools and parts required to remove and install an SFP or XFP

• Remove an SFP or XFP

• Install an SFP or XFP

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SFP/XFP Description

SFP/XFP Description • Optical transceivers that are installed in an IOC • Hot-insertable and hot-removable ©

• Optical transceivers that are installed in an IOC

• Hot-insertable and hot-removable

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Tools and Parts Required

Tools and Parts Required You will need: • A rubber safety cap • An electrostatic bag

You will need:

• A rubber safety cap

• An electrostatic bag or antistatic mat

• An ESD grounding wrist strap

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Removing an SFP/XFP

Removing an SFP/XFP • Keep a replacement SFP/XFP or an SFP/XFP slot plug, an antistatic mat

• Keep a replacement SFP/XFP or an SFP/XFP slot plug, an antistatic mat or electrostatic bag, and a rubber safety cap ready.

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Remove the cable connector plugged into the SFP/XFP and cover the ends of the cable with safety caps.

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Removing an SFP/XFP

Removing an SFP/XFP Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the end of
Removing an SFP/XFP Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the end of

Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the end of a fiber-optic cable. Fiber-optic transceivers contain laser light sources that can damage your eyes.

• Carefully secure the disconnected cable to the cable management system below the IOC card cage to prevent the cable from developing stress points.

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Removing an SFP/XFP

Removing an SFP/XFP Avoid bending fiber-optic cable beyond its mi nimum bend radius. An arc smaller
Removing an SFP/XFP Avoid bending fiber-optic cable beyond its mi nimum bend radius. An arc smaller

Avoid bending fiber-optic cable beyond its minimum bend radius. An arc smaller than a few inches in diameter can damage the cable and cause problems that are difficult to diagnose.

Pull the ejector handle out from the transceiver. Make sure that you open the ejector handle completely.

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Removing an SFP/XFP

Removing an SFP/XFP • Grasp the ejector handle and pull the SFP/XFP approximately 0.5 inches (1.3

• Grasp the ejector handle and pull the SFP/XFP approximately 0.5 inches (1.3 cm) out of the IOC.

• Using your fingers, grasp the body of the transceiver and pull it the rest of the way out of the IOC.

• Close the ejector handle and place a rubber safety cap over the optical transceiver.

Finally place the removed transceiver on an antistatic mat or in an electrostatic bag.

,

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Installing an SFP/XFP

Installing an SFP/XFP • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Next, take the SFP or XFP to be installed out of its electrostatic bag.

• Remove the rubber safety cap from the transceiver.

• Carefully align the SFP or XFP with the slots in the IOC. The connectors should face the IOC.

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Installing an SFP/XFP

Installing an SFP/XFP • Slide the SFP or XFP until the connector is seat ed in

• Slide the SFP or XFP until the connector is seated in the IOC slot. If you are unable to fully insert the transceiver, make sure the connector is facing the right way. Close the ejector handle.

• Retrieve the cable from the Cable Management System. Remove the safety caps from the ends of the cable.

• Insert the cable into the transceiver.

• Verify that the status LEDs on the IOC faceplate indicate that the SFP or XFP is functioning correctly.

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe an SFP or XFP • Identify

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe an SFP or XFP

• Identify the tools and parts required to remove and install an SFP or XFP

Remove an SFP or XFP

• Install an SFP or XFP

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration Craft Interface Replacement © 2010 Juniper Networks,
SRX5800 Services Gateway
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Craft Interface Replacement
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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section, you will learn to replace the craft int er face on

In this section, you will learn to replace the craft interface on the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway. After completing this section, you will be able to:

• Describe the craft interface

• Identify the tools and parts required to replace the craft interface

• Remove the craft interface

• Install the craft interface

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Craft Interface Description

Craft Interface Description • Alarm LEDs and Alarm Cutoff/Lamp Test button • Power Supply LEDs •

• Alarm LEDs and Alarm Cutoff/Lamp Test button

• Power Supply LEDs

• Host Subsystem LEDs

• IOC LEDs

• SCB LEDs

• Fan LEDs

• Alarm relay contacts

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Craft Interface Description

Craft Interface Description At least one SCB must be installed in the SRX5800 for the craft
Craft Interface Description At least one SCB must be installed in the SRX5800 for the craft

At least one SCB must be installed in the SRX5800 for the craft interface to obtain power.

Host Subsystem LEDs

Power Supply LEDs

IOC/SPC LEDs

SBC LEDs

Fan LEDs

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Tools and Parts Required

Tools and Parts Required You will need: • Electrostatic bag or mat • ESD grounding wrist

You will need:

• Electrostatic bag or mat

• ESD grounding wrist strap

• #2 Phillips screwdriver

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Removing the Craft Interface

Removing the Craft Interface • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Detach any external devices connected to the craft interface.

• Loosen the captive screws at the top left and right corners of the craft interface faceplate.

Grasp the craft interface faceplate and carefully tilt it toward you until it is horizontal.

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Removing the Craft Interface

Removing the Craft Interface • Locate the latch on the inside of the craft interface that

• Locate the latch on the inside of the craft interface that connects the cable to the circuit board socket. Grasp both sides of the latch on the inside of the craft interface and with your thumb and forefinger, gently press both sides of the latch to disengage it.

• Put the craft interface into an electrostatic bag.

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Installing the Craft Interface

Installing the Craft Interface • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Grasp the craft interface with one hand and hold the bottom edge of the craft interface with the other hand to support its weight.

• Align the red line along the bottom of the internal strap with the bottom of the connector and snap gently into place.

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Installing the Craft Interface

Installing the Craft Interface • Align the bottom of the craft interface with the sheet metal

• Align the bottom of the craft interface with the sheet metal above the IOC card cage and press it into place.

• Tighten the screws at the top left and right corners of the craft interface faceplate.

• Reattach any external devices connected to the craft interface.

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe the craft interface • Identify the

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe the craft interface

• Identify the tools and parts required to replace the craft interface

Remove the craft interface

• Install the craft interface

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration Fan Tray Replacement © 2010 Juniper Networks, Inc.
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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section, you will learn to replace the fan trays on the Juniper

In this section, you will learn to replace the fan trays on the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway. After completing this section, you will be able to:

• Describe the cooling system components

• Identify the tools and parts required to replace fan trays

• Remove a fan tray

• Install a fan tray

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Cooling System Description

Cooling System Description • Two front fan trays • A front air filter • All fan

• Two front fan trays

• A front air filter

• All fan trays and filters are hot-insertable and hot-removable.

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Tools and Parts Required

Tools and Parts Required You will need: • An ESD grounding wrist strap • A #2

You will need:

• An ESD grounding wrist strap

• A #2 Phillips screwdriver

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Removing a Fan Tray

Removing a Fan Tray • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis. Before removing or replacing

Before removing or replacing any component, ensure you are operating the ejector handles properly and that they are stored correctly on all SRX5800 components.

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Removing a Fan Tray

Removing a Fan Tray • Unwrap any cables on the cable management system and remove the

• Unwrap any cables on the cable management system and remove the cables from the tray. Arrange the cables so that they do not block the front of the cable management system and tray, and secure them with temporary fasteners so that they are not supporting their own weight as they hang from the connector. • If you are removing the lower fan tray, simultaneously pull the two releases labeled PULL on the cable management system. Lift it up and outwards to lock it in place to access the lower fan tray.

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Removing a Fan Tray

Removing a Fan Tray • Loosen the captive screw on each side of the fan tray

• Loosen the captive screw on each side of the fan tray faceplate.

• Grasp the handles and pull the fan tray out approximately 1–3 inches.

and pull the fan tray out approximately 1–3 inches. To avoid injury, keep the tools and

To avoid injury, keep the tools and your fingers away from the fans as you slide the fan tray out of the chassis. The fans might still be spinning.

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Removing a Fan Tray

Removing a Fan Tray • When the fans stop spinning, press on the two latches located

• When the fans stop spinning, press on the two latches located on the inside of the fan tray.

• Place one hand under the fan tray to support it, and pull the fan tray completely out of the chassis.

• Put the fan tray into an electrostatic bag.

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Installing a Fan Tray

Installing a Fan Tray • Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect

• Attach an ESD grounding strap to your bare wrist, and connect the strap to one of the ESD points on the chassis.

• Remove the fan tray from its electrostatic bag.

• Grasp the fan tray by its faceplate, with your other hand beneath the fan tray to support it. Insert it straight into the chassis.

• Tighten the captive screws on each side of the fan tray faceplate to secure it in the chassis.

• If you are installing the lower fan tray, unlock the cable management system and move it to the fully lowered position.

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Section Summary

Section Summary In this section, you learned to: • Describe the cooling system components • Identify

In this section, you learned to:

• Describe the cooling system components

• Identify the tools and parts required to replace the fan trays

Remove a fan tray

• Install a fan tray

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SRX5800 Services Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration Air Filter Replacement © 2010 Juniper Networks, Inc.
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Section Objectives

Section Objectives In this section, you will learn to replace the air filt er on the

In this section, you will learn to replace the air filter on the Juniper Networks SRX5800 Services Gateway. After completing this section, you will be able to:

• Describe the air filter

• Identify the tools and parts required to replace an air filter

• Remove the air filter

• Install the air filter

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Air Filter Description

Air Filter Description • The air filter is hot-insertable and hot-removable. © 2010 Juniper Networks, Inc.

• The air filter is hot-insertable and hot-removable.

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