Cisco RSP7000 Specifications

Doc. No. 78-2564-01
Installing the RSP7000 Upgrade Kit
in the Cisco 7000 Series Routers
Product Number UPG-RSP7000=
This document contains instructions for installing the 7000 Series Route Switch Processor
(RSP7000) upgrade kit (UPG-RSP7000=) in the Cisco 7000 series routers: Cisco 7000 and Cisco
7010. This upgrade kit allows for 7500-series performance enhancements to the Cisco 7000 series
routers. The RSP7000 upgrade kit includes the following components:
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The 7000 Series Route Switch Processor (RSP7000) board, which installs only in the 7000 RSP
slot—slot 5 in the Cisco 7000, and slot 3 in the Cisco 7010
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The 7000 Series Chassis Interface (RSP7000CI) board, which installs only in the 7000 CI
slot—slot 6 in the Cisco 7000, and slot 4 in the Cisco 7010
The RSP7000 upgrade kit requires that your Cisco 7000 series router is running Cisco Internetwork
Operating System (Cisco IOS) Release 10.3(9), or later, Release 11.0(6), or later, or Release 11.1(1)
or later.
Caution Using the RSP7000 upgrade kit in your Cisco 7000 series router might require that some
currently installed interface processors be upgraded to specific, compatible hardware versions;
otherwise, error messages and erratic system behavior might result.You can use the show diag
command to see which interface processors in your system need this hardware upgrade. For a
complete list of the potentially affected interface processors, their required hardware versions, and
information on upgrading your affected interface processors, refer to the document Verifying
Interface Processor Compatibility with the Cisco 7500 Series Investment Protection Program (IPP),
Document Number 78-2077-xx, where xx refers to the latest version of this document.
The sections in this document include the following:
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Product Overview, page 2
Installation Prerequisites, page 6
Installing the RSP7000 Upgrade Kit, page 16
Checking the Installation, page 21
Customer Information Online, page 26
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Product Overview
Product Overview
Following are brief descriptions of the Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7010 routers, the RSP7000, and the
RSP7000CI.
What Is the Cisco 7000?
The Cisco 7000 is a seven-slot router chassis, which uses the new RSP7000. The Cisco 7000
provides up to five interface processor slots, and can accommodate the following CxBus-based
interface processors: Fast Ethernet, Ethernet, Token Ring, Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI),
channel attachment, multichannel, serial, and so forth. The 7000 RSP and interface processors are
keyed with guides on the backplane to prevent them from being fully inserted in the wrong slot.
Figure 1 shows the rear of the Cisco 7000 router with the RSP7000 and RSP7000CI installed. In the
Cisco 7000 series, two slots are reserved for the 7000 Route Switch Processor (RSP7000), which
contains the system processor and performs packet switching functions, and the 7000 Chassis
Interface (RSP7000CI) board, which contains all of the environmental monitoring functions for the
Cisco 7000, when configured with the new 7000 RSP. The remaining slots (0 through 4) are for
interface processor.
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What Is the Cisco 7010?
The Cisco 7010 is a five-slot chassis, which uses the new RSP7000 (and the RSP7000CI), and
provides up to three interface processor slots that can accommodate the following CxBus-based
interface processors: Fast Ethernet, Ethernet, Token Ring, Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI),
channel attachment, multichannel, serial, and so forth. The processor and interface processors are
keyed with guides on the backplane to prevent them from being fully inserted in the wrong slot.
Figure 2 shows the rear of the Cisco 7010 router with the RSP7000 and RSP7000CI installed. In the
Cisco 7010, slots 3 and 4 are reserved for the RSP7000, which contains the system processor and
performs packet switching functions, and the RSP7000CI board, which contains all of the
environmental monitoring functions for the Cisco 7010. The remaining three slots (slots 0 through
2) are for interface processors.
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What Is the RSP7000?
The RSP7000 is a new main system processor module for the Cisco 7000 series chassis. It combines
all of the switched routing and high-speed switching functions of the separate Route Processor (RP)
and Switch Processor (SP), which are used in the Cisco 7000 series routers, but with improved
performance on a single processor module. The RSP7000 contains the central processing unit (CPU)
and most of the memory components for the Cisco 7000 series chassis.
Caution To prevent damage to the chassis slot and to the connector on the RSP7000, do not attempt
to install the RSP7000 in any other slot but the chassis’ 7000 RSP slot. Do not install the RSP7000
in the router’s Route Processor (RP) slot. You must install the RSP7000 in the appropriate chassis’
7000 RSP slot. (See Figure 1 on page 2, for the Cisco 7000, or Figure 2 on page 3 for the Cisco
7010.)
Note For the appropriate Cisco IOS version required for the RSP7000, refer to the section
“Software Prerequisites” on page 7.
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Caution To prevent system problems, the RSP7000 must not be removed or installed with power
ON to the chassis. The RSP7000 does not support online insertion and removal (OIR).
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Product Overview
What is the RSP7000CI?
The RSP7000CI, shown in Figure 4, consists of a printed circuit board attached to a metal carrier.
The RSP7000CI has no user-configurable jumpers or switches, and its faceplate contains no LEDs.
The RSP7000CI is distinguishable only by the label on its faceplate, which reads 7000 Series
Chassis Interface. (See Figure 4.) The RSP7000CI provides the environmental monitoring and
power supply monitoring functions for the Cisco 7000 series chassis. The RSP7000CI isolates the
CPU and system software from chassis-specific variations.
Caution To prevent system problems, the RSP7000CI must not be removed or installed with power
ON to the chassis. The RSP7000CI does not support online insertion and removal (OIR). You must
install the RSP7000CI in the appropriate chassis’ 7000 CI slot. (See Figure 1 on page 2, for the Cisco
7000, or Figure 2 on page 3 for the Cisco 7010.)
Note For the appropriate Cisco IOS version required for the RSP7000CI, refer to the section
“Software Prerequisites” on page 7.
The functions of the RSP7000CI are as follows:
Report backplane type
Report arbiter type
Monitor power supply status
Monitor fan/blower status
Monitor temperature sensors on the RSP7000
Provide router power up/down control
Provide power supply power-down control
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Installation Prerequisites
Before you begin this installation, review the safety guidelines in this section to avoid injuring
yourself or damaging the processor module.
Safety Guidelines
Following are safety guidelines that you should follow when working with any equipment that
connects to electrical power or telephone wiring.
Electrical Equipment Guidelines
Follow these basic guidelines when working with any electrical equipment:
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Before beginning any procedures requiring access to the chassis interior, locate the emergency
power-off switch for the room in which you are working.
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Disconnect all power and external cables before moving a chassis.
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Carefully examine your work area for possible hazards such as moist floors, ungrounded power
extension cables, and missing safety grounds; correct all hazardous conditions.
Do not work alone when potentially hazardous conditions exist.
Never assume that power has been disconnected from a circuit; always check.
Do not perform any action that creates a potential hazard to people or makes the equipment
unsafe.
Telephone Wiring Guidelines
Use the following guidelines when working with any equipment that is connected to telephone
wiring or to other network cabling:
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Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
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Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet
locations, and use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage, which can occur when electronic cards or components are
improperly handled, results in complete or intermittent failures. Electromagnetic interference (EMI)
shielding and connectors are integral components of the carrier. Use a preventive antistatic strap
whenever handling a processor module.
Following are guidelines for preventing ESD damage:
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Always use an ESD wrist or ankle strap and ensure that it makes good skin contact.
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Handle components by the edges only; avoid touching the board or connectors.
Connect the equipment end of the strap to a captive installation screw on an installed power
supply.
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Place a removed component on an antistatic surface or in a static shielding bag. If you plan to
return the component to the factory, immediately place it in a static shielding bag.
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Avoid contact between the component and clothing. The wrist strap only protects the board from
ESD voltages on the body; ESD voltages on clothing can still cause damage.
For safety, periodically check the resistance value of the antistatic strap. The
measurement should be between 1 and 10 megohms.
Caution
Software Prerequisites
The RSP7000 upgrade kit requires that your Cisco 7000 series router is running Cisco Internetwork
Operating System (Cisco IOS) Release 10.3(9), or later, Release 11.0(6), or later, or Release 11.1(1)
or later.
The show version and show hardware commands display the current hardware configuration of the
router, including the system software version that is currently loaded and running. The
show microcode command lists the bundled microcode (target hardware) version for each processor
type. The show controller cbus command shows the microcode version you are running. (For
complete descriptions of show commands, refer to the Router Products Configuration Guide and
Router Products Command Reference publications.)
You can determine the current version of software or microcode stored in ROM either by removing
the processor module and checking the ROM labels or by configuring the system to boot the system
software or microcode from ROM, reloading the system, and using show commands to check the
version that is loaded and running. Refer to the appropriate software documentation for complete
configuration instructions and examples.
If the displays indicate that the required system software and microcode is not available in your
system, contact a customer service representative for upgrade information. (Refer to the section
“Customer Information Online” at the end of this document.)
Hardware Prerequisites
You must install the RSP7000 in the appropriate chassis’ 7000 RSP slot. (See Figure 1, on page 2,
for the Cisco 7000, or Figure 2, on page 3, for the Cisco 7010.) For the RSP7000 to operate properly,
the Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7010 chassis must also be configured with the RSP7000CI.
List of Tools and Parts
Following are the tools and equipment that you will need to complete this replacement:
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ESD-prevention equipment (a disposable wrist strap is included with all spares and upgrade kits)
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Number 2 Phillips or 3/16-inch flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the processor module captive
installation screws, and replace the RP and SP (or SSP) with the RSP7000 and RSP7000CI
boards
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The RSP7000 upgrade kit, which includes the RSP7000 and the RSP7000CI
Antistatic mat, foam pad, or bags for the removed RP and SP (or SSP) (Immediately place all
removed boards into antistatic bags if you plan to return them to the factory.)
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Flash Memory Card Replacement and Formatting Prerequisites
If you have a Flash memory card installed in the PCMCIA slot of your RP, you must reformat it if
you want to use it with your new RSP7000. Using the RSP7000, you cannot read data on the RP’s
Flash memory card, nor can you use it as bootable media. You must reformat the RP’s Flash card
before you can use it with the RSP7000. Flash memory cards formatted on the RP-based systems
(7000 series routers) are formatted differently from Flash memory cards formatted on RSP-based
systems (7500 series routers).
Caution The formatting procedure erases all information on the Flash memory card. To prevent the
loss of important data that might be stored on a Flash memory card, proceed carefully. If you want
to save the data on a Flash memory card, copy the data to a server before you format the card.
Note Refer to the section “Uploading (Copying) the Configuration File,” on page 12, and then the
section “Downloading (Retrieving) the Configuration File,” on page 14.
Overview of Processor Module Replacement
When you remove or install a processor module, be sure to use the ejector levers, which help to
ensure that the processor module is fully inserted in the backplane or fully dislodged from it. Any
processor module that is only partially connected to the backplane can halt the system.
Figure 5 on page 9 shows a detail of the ejector lever mechanism in a vertical position that is
appropriate for the Cisco 7000. The processor module slots in the Cisco 7010 are oriented
horizontally. When you simultaneously push the ejector levers inward (toward the carrier handle),
the levers push the processor into the slot and ensure that the board connectors are fully seated in the
backplane.
In the Cisco 7000, the RSP7000 must be installed in the 7000 RSP slot (slot 5) and the RSP7000CI
must be installed in the 7000 CI slot (slot 6). In the Cisco 7010, the RSP7000 must be installed in
the 7000 RSP slot (slot 3) and the RSP7000CI must be installed in the 7000 CI slot (slot 4).
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Note Figure 5 shows a typical processor module installation in a Cisco 7000, and is not intended
to indicate or recommend a particular slot location for the RSP7000 or the RSP7000CI. The
processor module slots in the Cisco 7010 are oriented horizontally (see Figure 7), but the function
of the captive installation screws and ejector levers is identical.
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Figure 6 shows how to orient a card for installation in the Cisco 7000. During installation, refer to
this illustration if you have a Cisco 7000.
Card-Installation Orientation in the Cisco 7000
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Figure 7 shows how to orient a card for installation in the Cisco 7010. During installation, refer to
this illustration if you have a Cisco 7010.
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Saving and Retrieving the Configuration File
This section describes the procedures for saving and retrieving the system configuration.
Configuration information resides in two places when the router is operating: the default
(permanent) configuration in NVRAM, and the running (temporary) memory in RAM. The default
configuration always remains available; NVRAM retains the information even when the power is
shut down. The current information is lost when if the system power is shut down. The current
configuration contains all nondefault configuration information that you added with the configure
command, the setup command facility, or by editing the configuration file.
The copy running-config startup-config command adds the current configuration to the default
configuration in NVRAM, so that it will also be saved when power is shut down. Whenever you
make changes to the system configuration, issue the copy running-config startup-config command
to ensure that the new configuration is saved.
If you replace the RSP7000, you will also replace the entire configuration (NVRAM resides in
socket U17 on the RSP7000). If you upload (copy) the configuration file to a remote server before
removing the RSP7000, you can retrieve it later and write it into NVRAM on the new RSP7000. If
you do not upload the configuration file, you will have to use the configure command or the setup
command facility to reenter the configuration information after you install the new RSP7000. For
complete descriptions of these commands and instructions for using them, refer to the appropriate
software documentation.
This procedure is not necessary if you are temporarily removing an RSP7000 that you will reinstall;
the lithium batteries will retain the configuration in memory until you replace the RSP7000 in the
system.
This procedure requires privileged-level access to the EXEC command interpreter, which usually
requires a password. Refer to the description that follows and contact your system administrator if
necessary, to obtain access.
Using the EXEC Command Interpreter
Before you use the configure command, you must enter the privileged level of the EXEC command
interpreter with the enable command. The system prompts you for a password if one has been set.
The system prompt for the privileged level ends with a pound sign (#) instead of an angle bracket
(>). At the console terminal, enter the privileged level as follows:
Step 1 At the user-level EXEC prompt (>), enter the enable command. The EXEC command
interpreter prompts you for a privileged-level password, as follows:
Router> enable
Password:
Step 2 Enter the password (the password is case sensitive). For security purposes, the password is
not displayed.
Step 3 When you enter the correct password, the system displays the privileged-level system
prompt (#) as follows:
Router#
The pound sign (#) at the system prompt indicates that you are at the privileged level of the EXEC
command interpreter; you can now execute the EXEC-level commands that are described in the
following sections.
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Using the Ping Command
Before you attempt to upload or retrieve a file from a remote host, ensure that the connection is good
between the router and the remote server. The packet internet groper (ping) program sends a series
of echo request packets to the remote device and waits for a reply. If the connection is good, the
remote device echoes them back to the local device.
The console terminal displays the results of each message sent: an exclamation point (!) indicates
that the local device received an echo, and a period (.) indicates that the server timed out while
awaiting the reply. If the connection between the two devices is good, the system will display a series
of exclamation points (! ! !) or [ok]. If the connection fails, the system will display a series of periods
( . . . ) or [timed out] or [failed].
To verify the connection between the router and a remote host, issue the ping command followed by
the name or Internet Protocol (IP) address of the remote server, then press Return. Although the
ping command supports configurable options, the defaults, including interface processor as the
protocol, are enabled when you enter a host name or address on the same line as the ping command.
For a description of the configurable options, refer to the appropriate software documentation.
The following example shows a successful ping:
Router# ping 1.1.1.1
Type escape sequence to abort.
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 1.1.1.1, timeout is 2 seconds:
!!!!!
Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 12/12/12 ms
Router#
The following example shows the results of a failed ping:
Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 1.1.1.1, timeout is 2 seconds:
.....
Success rate is 0 percent (0/5)
Router#
If the connection fails, check the physical connection to the remote file server and verify that you are
using the correct address or name, then ping the server again. If you are unable to establish a good
connection, contact your network administrator or refer to the end of this document for instructions
on contacting technical assistance.
Uploading (Copying) the Configuration File
Before you remove the RP and replace it with the RSP7000, you should upload the router’s
configuration file to a Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) file server, or else the configuration
stored in the RP’s Flash memory will be lost when you replace it. Before you upload (copy) the
running configuration to the TFTP file server, ensure the following:
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You have a connection to the router either with a console terminal connected to the RP console
port, or remotely through a Telnet session.
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The router is connected to a network supporting a file server (remote host).
The remote host supports the TFTP application.
You have the interface processor address or name of the remote host available.
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To store information on a remote host, enter the write network (or copy startup-config tftp)
privileged EXEC command. The command prompts you for the destination host’s address and a
filename, then display the instructions for confirmation. When you confirm the instructions, the
router sends a copy of the currently running configuration to the remote host. The system default is
to store the configuration in a file called by the name of the router with -confg appended. You can
either accept the default filename by pressing Return at the prompt, or enter a different name before
pressing Return.
Follow these steps to upload (copy) the currently running configuration to a remote host:
Step 1 The system prompt should display a pound sign (#) to indicate the privileged level of the
EXEC command interpreter. If it does not, enter enable, and then your password, to get to
the privileged level of the EXEC command interpreter.
Step 2 Use the ping command to check the connection between the router and the remote host.
Step 3 Issue the write term (or show running-config) command to display the currently running
configuration on the terminal, and ensure that the configuration information is complete
and correct. If it is not, use the configure command to add or modify the existing
configuration. Then, issue the copy running-config startup-config command to save the
retrieved configuration in NVRAM. (Refer to the appropriate software documentation for
descriptions of the configuration options available for the system and individual interfaces,
and for specific configuration instructions.)
Step 4 Issue the write net (or copy startup-config tftp) command. The EXEC command
interpreter prompts you for the name or interface processor address of the remote host that
is to receive the configuration file. (The prompt might include the name or address of a
default file server.)
Router# write net
Remote host []?
Step 5 Enter the name or interface processor address of the remote host. In the following example,
the name of the remote server is servername:
Router# write net
Remote host []? servername
Translating "servername"...domain server (1.1.1.1) [OK]
Step 6 The EXEC command interpreter prompts you for the name of the file that will contain the
configuration. By default, the system appends -confg to the router’s name to create the new
filename. Press Return to accept the default filename, or enter a different name for the file
before pressing Return. In the following example, the default is accepted:
Name of configuration file to write [Router-confg]?
Write file Router-confg on host 1.1.1.1? [confirm]
Writing Router-confg .....
Step 7 Before the router executes the copy process, it displays the instructions you entered for
confirmation. If the instructions are not correct, enter n (no) then Return to abort the
process. To accept the instructions, press Return or y then Return, and the system will
begin the copy process. In the following example, the default is accepted:
Write file Router-confg on host 1.1.1.1? [confirm]
Writing Router-confg: !!!! [ok]
While the router copies the configuration to the remote host, it displays a series of
exclamation points (! ! !) or periods (. . .). The !!!! and [ok] indicate that the operation is
successful. A display of . . . [timed out] or [failed] indicates a failure, which would probably
be due to a network fault or the lack of a writable, readable file on the remote file server.
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Step 8 If the display indicates that the process was successful (with the series of ! ! ! and [ok]), the
upload process is complete. The configuration is safely stored in the temporary file on the
remote file server.
If the display indicates that the process failed (with the series of . . . as shown in the
following example):
Writing Router-confg .....
your configuration was not saved. Repeat the preceding steps, or select a different remote
file server and repeat the preceding steps.
After you upload the configuration file, proceed to “Removing the RP” on page 17. If you
are unable to copy the configuration to a remote host successfully, contact your network
administrator or refer to the end of this document for instructions on contacting technical
assistance.
Downloading (Retrieving) the Configuration File
After you install the new RSP7000, you can retrieve the saved configuration and copy it to NVRAM.
To retrieve the configuration, enter configuration mode and specify that you will configure the router
from the network. The system prompts you for a host name and address, the name of the
configuration file stored on the host, and confirmation to reboot using the remote file.
You can access the router through a console terminal attached directly to the RSP7000 console port,
or you can configure an interface port and Telnet to the router from a remote terminal.
Follow these steps to download (retrieve) the currently running configuration from a remote host:
Step 1 On the console terminal, the system prompt should display a pound sign (#) to indicate the
privileged level of the EXEC command interpreter. If it does not, enter enable, and then
your password, to get to the privileged level of the EXEC command interpreter.
Note Until you retrieve the previous configuration, the router will be running from the default
configuration in NVRAM. Therefore, any passwords that were configured on the previous system
will not be valid until you retrieve the configuration.
Step 2 Use the ping command to verify the connection between the router and the remote host.
Step 3 At the system prompt, issue the configure network (or copy tftp startup-config)
command and press Return to enter the configuration mode and specify that you will
configure the system from a network device (instead of from the console terminal, which
is the default).
Router# configure network
Step 4 The system will ask you to select a host or network configuration file. The default is host;
press Return to accept the default.
Host or network configuration file [host]?
Step 5 The system prompts you for the interface processor address of the host. Enter the interface
processor address or name of the remote host (the remote file server to which you uploaded
the configuration file.
IP address of remote host [255.255.255.255]? 1.1.1.1
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Step 6 The system prompts you for the name of the configuration file. When uploading the file, the
default is to use the name of the router with the suffix -confg (router-confg in the following
example). If you specified a different filename when you uploaded the configuration, enter
the filename; otherwise, press Return to accept the default.
Name of configuration file [router-confg]?
Step 7 Before the system reboots with the new configuration, it displays the instructions you
entered for confirmation. If the instructions are not correct, enter n (no) then press Return
to cancel the process. To accept the instructions, press Return, or y then Return.
Configure using router-confg from 1.1.1.1? [confirm]
Booting router-confg from 1.1.1.1: ! ! [OK - 874/16000 bytes]
While the router retrieves and boots from the configuration on the remote host, the console
display indicates whether or not the operation was successful. A series of !!!! and [OK] (as
shown in the preceding example) indicates that the operation was successful. A series of . . .
and [timed out] or [failed] indicate a failure (which would probably be due to a network
fault or an incorrect server name, address, or filename). The following is an example of a
failed attempt to boot from a remote server:
Booting Router-confg ..... [timed out]
Step 8 If the display indicates that the process was successful, proceed to the next step.
If the display indicates that the process failed, verify the name or address of the remote
server and the filename, and repeat the preceding steps. If you are unable to retrieve the
configuration, contact your network administrator or refer to the end of this document for
instructions on contacting technical assistance.
Step 9 Issue the write term (or show running-config) command to display the currently running
configuration on the terminal. Review the display and ensure that the configuration
information is complete and correct. If it is not, verify the filename and repeat the preceding
steps to retrieve the correct file, or use the configure command to add or modify the existing
configuration. (Refer to the appropriate software documentation for descriptions of the
configuration options available for the system and individual interfaces and specific
configuration instructions.).
Step 10 When you have verified that the currently running configuration is correct, issue the
copy running-config startup-config command to save the retrieved configuration in
NVRAM. Otherwise, the new configuration will be lost if you restart the system. This
completes the procedure for downloading (retrieving) the configuration file.
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Installing the RSP7000 Upgrade Kit
Installing the RSP7000 Upgrade Kit
Following is a overview of the procedures for installing the RSP7000 upgrade kit in the Cisco 700
chassis.
RSP7000 Upgrade Kit Installation Overview
To install the RSP7000 upgrade kit, the following overview indicates the procedures that are
required, after the router is powered down:
1 Turn off power to the chassis.
Caution To prevent system problems, turn off power to your chassis before proceeding with the
RSP7000 upgrade procedures. The RP, SP (or SSP), RSP7000, and RSP7000CI do not support
online insertion and removal (OIR), so power to the chassis must be turned OFF before attempting
to remove or install these processor modules.
2 Remove the RP from slot 6 of the Cisco 7000 or slot 4 of the Cisco 7010.
3 Install the RSP7000CI in the 7000 CI slot of your chassis.
4 Remove the SP (or SSP) from slot 5 of the Cisco 7000 or slot 3 of the Cisco 7010.
5 Install the RSP7000 in the 7000 RSP slot of your chassis.
6 Power on the router for an installation check.
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Removing the RP
Follow these steps to remove the RP:
Caution You must shut down the system before removing the RP, which is a required system
component. Removing a RP while the system is operating will cause the system to shut down or
crash and might damage or destroy memory files.
Step 1 Upload (copy) the currently running configuration file to a TFTP server so you can retrieve
it later. (See the section “Saving and Retrieving the Configuration File” on page 11.)
Step 2 Slip on an antistatic strap and connect the equipment end of the strap to a captive
installation screw on an installed interface processor, or to any unfinished chassis surface.
Step 3 Disconnect any devices that are attached to the console or auxiliary ports on the RP.
Step 4 Locate the RP in your chassis. The SP (or SSP) is installed in slot 5 in the Cisco 7000 (see
Figure 8) or slot 3 in the Cisco 7010 (see Figure 9).
Figure 8
Cisco 7000 with RP and SP (or SSP) Installed
Captive
installation screw
DC
AC
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PO
WE
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power supply
I
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Captive
installation screw
DC
AC
FA
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Installing the RSP7000 Upgrade Kit
Figure 9
Cisco 7010 with RP and SP (or SSP) Installed
RP slot
SP or SSP slot
Interface processor slot 2
Interface processor slot 1
Interface processor slot 0
H2359
Power switch
Chassis ground
screw
Power receptacle
DC OK LED
AC-input power supply
Step 5 Use a screwdriver (number 2 Phillips or 3/16-inch flat-blade) to loosen the two captive
installation screws on the RP. (See Figure 5a on page 9.)
Step 6 Place your thumbs on the ends of each of the ejectors and simultaneously pull them both
outward, away from the carrier handle (in the direction shown in Figure 5c on page 9) to
release the carrier from the slot and to dislodge the RP from the backplane.
Step 7 Grasp the handle with one hand and pull the RP straight out of the slot, keeping your other
hand under the carrier to guide it. Keep the carrier parallel to the backplane. Avoid touching
the board or any connector pins.
Step 8 Place the removed RP on an antistatic mat or foam. If you plan to return the RP to the
factory, immediately place it in an antistatic bag to prevent ESD damage.
This completes the RP removal procedure.
Installing the RSP7000CI
The RSP7000CI is keyed for installation only in the RSP7000CI slot (slot 6 in the Cisco 7000, see
Figure 1, and slot 4 in the Cisco 7010, see Figure 2).
Note For proper card orientation during this installation, refer to Figure 6 for the Cisco 7000 or to
Figure 7 for the Cisco 7010, both of which appear on page 10.
Caution To prevent damage to the chassis slot and to the connector on the RSP7000CI, do not
attempt to install the RSP7000CI in any other slot but the chassis’ 7000 CI slot. Do not install the
RSP7000CI in the router’s Switch Processor (SP) slot. You must install the RSP7000CI in the 7000
CI slot.
Follow these steps to install an RSP7000CI:
Step 1 Grasp the RSP7000CI handle with one hand and place your other hand under the carrier to
support as you guide into the 7000 CI slot. Avoid touching the board or any connectors.
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Step 2 Place the back of the RSP7000CI in the 7000 CI slot, and align the notches along the edge
of the carrier with the grooves in the slot. (See Figure 5a on page 9.)
Step 3 While keeping the RSP7000CI parallel to the backplane, carefully slide the carrier into the
7000 CI slot until the RSP7000CI faceplate makes contact with the ejector levers, then stop.
(See Figure 5b on page 9.)
Step 4 Using the thumb and forefinger of each hand to pinch each ejector, simultaneously push
both ejectors inward (toward the handle) until they parallel to the faceplate. (See Figure 5c
on page 9.)
Step 5 Use a screwdriver (number 2 Phillips or 3/16-inch flat-blade) to tighten the captive
installation screws on the ends of the RSP7000CI. (See Figure 5a on page 9.)
Tighten the two captive screws on the RSP7000CI faceplate to prevent the RSP7000CI
from becoming partially dislodged from the backplane and to ensure proper EMI shielding.
(These screws must be tightened to meet EMI specifications.)
This completes the RSP7000CI installation procedure.
Removing the SP (or SSP)
Follow these steps to remove the SP (or SSP):
Caution You must shut down the system before removing the SP (or SSP), which is a required
system component. Removing an SP (or SSP) while the system is operating will cause the system to
shut down or crash and might damage or destroy memory files.
Step 1 Slip on an antistatic strap and connect the equipment end of the strap to a captive
installation screw on an installed interface processor, or to any unfinished chassis surface.
Step 2 Locate the SP (or SSP) in the your chassis. The SP (or SSP) is installed in slot 5 in the Cisco
7000 or slot 3 in the Cisco 7010.
Step 3 Use a screwdriver (number 2 Phillips or 3/16-inch flat-blade) to loosen the two captive
installation screws on the SP (or SSP). (See Figure 5a on page 9.)
Step 4 Place your thumbs on the ends of each of the ejectors and simultaneously pull them both
outward, away from the carrier handle (in the direction shown in Figure 5c on page 9) to
release the carrier from the slot and to dislodge the RP from the backplane.
Step 5 Grasp the handle with one hand and pull the RP straight out of the slot, keeping your other
hand under the carrier to guide it. (See Figure 6 or Figure 7, depending on your chassis
model.) Keep the carrier parallel to the backplane. Avoid touching the board or any
connector pins.
Step 6 Place the removed SP (or SSP) on an antistatic mat or foam. If you plan to return the board
to the factory, immediately place it in an antistatic bag to prevent ESD damage.
This completes the SP (or SSP) removal procedure.
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Installing the RSP7000 Upgrade Kit
Installing the RSP7000
The RSP7000 is keyed for installation only in the 7000 RSP slot (slot 5 in the Cisco 7000, see
Figure 1, and slot 3 in the Cisco 7010, see Figure 2).
Note For proper card orientation during this installation, refer to Figure 6 for the Cisco 7000 and
to Figure 7 for the Cisco 7010, both of which appear on page 10.
Follow these steps to install the RSP7000:
Step 1 Grasp the RSP7000 handle with one hand and place your other hand under the carrier to
support as you guide it into the 7000 RSP slot in the following step. Avoid touching the
board or any connectors.
Step 2 Place the back of the RSP7000 in the 7000 RSP slot, and align the notches along the edge
of the carrier with the grooves in the slot.
Caution To prevent damage to the backplane, you must install the RSP7000 in slot 5 of the
Cisco 7000 or slot 3 of the CIsco 7010. (See Figure 1 on page 2 or Figure 2 on page 3.) The slots are
keyed for correct installation. Forcing the 7000 RSP into a different slot can damage the backplane
and the RSP7000.
Step 3 While keeping the RSP7000 parallel to the backplane, carefully slide the carrier into the
7000 RSP until the RSP7000 faceplate makes contact with the ejector levers, then stop.
(See Figure 5b on page 9.)
Step 4 Using the thumb and forefinger of each hand to pinch each ejector, simultaneously push
both ejectors inward (toward the handle) until they parallel to the faceplate. (See Figure 5c
on page 9.)
Step 5 Use a screwdriver (number 2 Phillips or 3/16-inch flat-blade) to tighten the captive
installation screws on the ends of the RSP7000. (See Figure 5a on page 9.)
Tighten the two captive screws on the RSP7000 faceplate to prevent the RSP7000 from
becoming partially dislodged from the backplane and to ensure proper EMI shielding.
(These screws must be tightened to meet EMI specifications.)
Step 6 Connect the console terminal to the console port and any auxiliary devices to the auxiliary
port on the RSP7000.
Step 7 Ensure that the console terminal is turned on.
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Checking the Installation
Checking the Installation
Use the following sections to verify that the RSP7000 upgrade kit operates properly in your
Cisco 7000 series router.
Formatting the Flash Memory Card
If you had a Flash memory card installed in the PCMCIA slot of your RP, you must reformat it if
you want to use it with your new RSP7000. You cannot read data on the RP’s Flash memory card,
or use it as bootable media, unless you reformat it. Flash memory cards formatted on the RP-based
systems (7000 series routers) are formatted differently from Flash memory cards formatted on
RSP-based systems (7500 series and RSP7000-based routers).
Caution The formatting procedure erases all information on the Flash memory card. To prevent the
loss of important data that might be stored on a Flash memory card, proceed carefully. If you want
to save the data on a Flash memory card, copy the data to a server before you format the card, then
retrieve the date after the card is reformatted.
Note Refer to the section “Saving and Retrieving the Configuration File” on page 11.
Use the following procedure to format a new Flash memory card:
Step 1 Insert the Flash memory card into Slot 0. (If Slot 0 is not available, use Slot 1.)
Step 2 To format the Flash memory card, use the format slot0: (or format slot1:) command as
follows. (Use only Intel Series 2+ Flash memory cards.)
Router# format slot0:
All sectors will be erased, proceed? [confirm]
Enter volume id (up to 30 characters): MyNewCard
Formatting sector 1
Format device slot0 completed
Router#
Note For this example, an 8-MB Flash memory card was used, and at the line “Formatting sector,”
the system counted the card’s sectors backwards from 64 to 1 as it formatted them. For 16-MB Flash
memory cards, the system counts backwards from 128 to 1, and for 20-MB Flash memory cards, the
system counts backwards from 160 to 1.
The new Flash memory card is now formatted and ready to use.
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Checking the Installation
Checking the RSP7000 Installation
Use the following information to verify that the RSP7000 operates properly. When you turn the
system power back on, verify that the system boots and resumes normal operation.
Perform the following steps to verify that the RSP7000 is installed and functioning properly:
Step 1 Check the RSP7000 connections to make sure they are secure:
•
The RSP7000 is inserted all the way into the chassis’ 7000 RSP slot (see Figure 1 on
page 2 or Figure 2 on page 3), and that both of the captive installation screws are
tightened.
•
The console terminal is turned on and is connected to the console port.
Step 2 Observe the RSP7000 LEDs. While the system initializes, the yellow boot error LED on
the RSP7000 stays on, then goes off when the boot is complete. As the RSP7000 initializes
each interface processor, the status LEDs on each interface processor go on and off in
irregular sequence.
Step 3 Verify that the console terminal displays the system banner and startup screen as the system
restarts. The display should look similar to the following:
GS Software (RSP-K), Version 10.3(9), RELEASED SOFTWARE
Copyright (c) 1986-1995 by cisco Systems, Inc.
Compiled Wed 10-May-95
System Bootstrap, Version 5.3(9)
Current date and time is Sat 5-13-1995 21:38:35
Boot date and time is Thur 5-11-1995 15:32:28
[displayed text omitted from this example]
Step 4 After the system boots the software and initializes the interface processors (approximately
30 seconds for systems with 16 MB of DRAM, and approximately 2 minutes for systems
with 64 MB of DRAM), verify that the RSP7000 LEDs are in the following states:
•
•
•
RSP7000 normal LED is on
CPU halt LED is off
Boot error LED is off
Step 5 Verify that all the enabled LEDs (on the interface processors) are on.
When you have verified all the conditions in Steps 2 through 5, the installation is complete.
If you replaced the RSP7000 and saved your configuration file to a remote server before doing so,
proceed to the section “Downloading (Retrieving) the Configuration File” on page 14. If you
replaced the RSP7000 and did not save the configuration, use the configure command or the setup
command facility to reenter the configuration information. Refer to the appropriate software
documentation for command descriptions and instructions for using them.
An error condition exists if no LEDs go on at power up or after initialization, or if the boot error or
CPU halt LEDs go on and remain on. If this happens, refer to the troubleshooting information in the
Cisco 7000 Hardware Installation and Maintenance or Cisco 7010 Hardware Installation and
Maintenance publication to try to isolate the problem, or contact a service representative for
assistance.
This completes checking the RSP7000 installation
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Checking the Installation
Checking the RSP7000CI Installation
Verify that the RSP7000 is installed in the chassis’ 7000 RSP slot (see Figure 1 on page 2 or Figure 2
on page 3). Verify that the RSP700CI is installed in the chassis’ 7000 CI slot (see Figure 1 on page 2
or Figure 2 on page 3), and that the captive installation screws on both processor modules are
tightened.
Using the RSP7000CI and the temperature sensors on the RSP7000, the system displays warning
messages on the console if chassis interface-monitored parameters exceed a desired threshold or if
a blower failure occurs. You can retrieve and display environmental status reports with the show
environment, show environment all, show environment last and show environment table
commands. Parameters are measured and reporting functions are updated every 60 seconds. Use
these show commands to verify that the RSP7000CI installation was successful. A brief description
of each of these commands follows.
Caution To prevent overheating the chassis, ensure that your system is drawing cool inlet air.
Overtemperature conditions can occur if the system is drawing in the exhaust air of other equipment.
Ensure adequate clearance around the sides of the chassis so that cooling air can flow through the
chassis interior unimpeded. Obstructing or blocking the chassis sides will restrict the airflow and can
cause the internal chassis temperature to exceed acceptable limits.
The show environment command display reports the current environmental status of the system.
The report displays parameters that are out of the normal values. No parameters are displayed if the
system status is normal. The example that follows shows the display for a system in which all
monitored parameters are within Normal range.
Following is sample output of the show env command:
Router# show env
All measured values are normal
If the environmental status is not normal, the system reports the worst-case status level in the last
line of the display.
The show environment last command retrieves and displays the NVRAM log showing the reason
for the last shutdown (if the shutdown was related to voltage or temperature) and the environmental
status at that time. Air temperature is measured and displayed, and the DC voltages supplied by the
power supply are also displayed.An example of the show env last command follows for both the
Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7010:
RSP7000#sho env last
CI(6) Inlet
previously measured at 22C/71F
CI(6) Hotpoint
previously measured at 31C/87F
CI(6) Exhaust
previously measured at 23C/73F
+12 Voltage
previously measured at 12.12
+5 Voltage
previously measured at 5.13
-12 Voltage
previously measured at -11.84
+24 Voltage
previously measured at 24.06
RSP7010#sho env last
CI(4) Inlet
CI(4) Hotpoint
CI(4) Exhaust
+12 Voltage
+5 Voltage
-12 Voltage
+24 Voltage
previously
previously
previously
previously
previously
previously
previously
measured
measured
measured
measured
measured
measured
measured
at
at
at
at
at
at
at
23C/73F
35C/95F
25C/77F
12.31
5.17
-11.89
23.78
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The show environment table command displays the temperature and voltage thresholds for each of
the three RSP7000 temperature sensors, for each monitored status level: low critical, low warning,
high warning, and high critical. The slots in which the RSP7000 can be installed are indicated in
parentheses (2 and 3). Also listed are the shutdown thresholds for the processor boards and power
supplies. An example of the show env table command follows for both the Cisco 7000 and
Cisco 7010:
RSP7000#sho env table
Sample Point
LowCritical
LowWarning
HighCritical
CI(6) Inlet
44C/111F
CI(6) Hotpoint
54C/129F
CI(6) Exhaust
+12 Voltage
10.90
11.61
+5 Voltage
4.61
4.94
-12 Voltage
-10.15
-10.76
+24 Voltage
20.38
21.51
2.5 Reference
2.43
Shutdown power supplies at
70C/158F
RSP7010#sho env table
Sample Point
LowCritical
LowWarning
HighCritical
CI(4) Inlet
CI(4) Hotpoint
CI(4) Exhaust
+12 Voltage
10.90
11.61
+5 Voltage
4.61
4.94
-12 Voltage
-10.15
-10.76
+24 Voltage
20.38
21.51
2.5 Reference
2.43
Shutdown power supplies at
70C/158F
HighWarning
50C/122F
60C/140F
12.82
5.46
-13.25
26.42
2.51
13.38
5.70
-13.86
27.65
HighWarning
44C/111F
54C/129F
50C/122F
60C/140F
12.82
5.46
-13.25
26.42
2.51
13.38
5.70
-13.86
27.65
The show environment all command displays an extended report that includes the arbiter type,
backplane type, power supply type (AC or DC), wattage and status, the number and type of
intermittent power failures (if any) since the system was last powered on, and the currently measured
values at the RSP7000 temperature sensors and the power supply voltages. An example of the
show env all command follows for both the Cisco 7000 and Cisco 7010:
RSP7000#sho env all
Arbiter type 1, backplane type 70x0 (id 5)
Power supply #1 is 700W (id 2), power supply #2 is removed (id 3)
Active fault conditions: none
Active trip points: none
Dbus slots:
card
CI(6)
0123456
X
X
inlet
21C/69F
hotpoint
30C/86F
exhaust
22C/71F
Shutdown temperature source is 'hotpoint' on CI(6),
requested CI(6)
+12V measured at 12.12
+5V measured at 5.13
-12V measured at -11.84
+24V measured at 24.06
+2.5 reference is 2.49
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Checking the Installation
RSP7010#sho env all
Arbiter type 1, backplane type 70x0 (id 5)
Power supply #1 is 600W AC (id 1)
Active fault conditions: none
Active trip points: none
Dbus slots:
card
CI(4)
01234
X X
inlet
22C/71F
hotpoint
34C/93F
exhaust
24C/75F
Shutdown temperature source is 'hotpoint' on CI(4),
requested CI(4)
+12V measured at 12.31
+5V measured at 5.17
-12V measured at -11.89
+24V measured at 23.78
+2.5 reference is 2.49
If after several attempts, any component does not appear to be functioning properly, or if you
experience trouble with the installation (for instance, if the holes in the board do not align with the
backplane holes), contact a service representative or the Technical Assistance Center (TAC). (For
the TAC phone number and email address, refer to the note at the end of this document.
This completes checking the RSP7000CI installation, and also completes the RSP7000 upgrade kit
installation.
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Customer Information Online
Customer Information Online
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Maintenance customers and partners can self-register on CIO to obtain additional content and
services.
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, CIO provides a wealth of standard and value-added services
to Cisco’s customers and business partners. CIO services include product information, software
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descriptions of service offerings, and download access to public and authorized files.
CIO serves a wide variety of users through two interfaces that are updated and enhanced
simultaneously—a character-based version and a multimedia version that resides on the World Wide
Web (WWW). The character-based CIO (called “CIO Classic”) supports Zmodem, Kermit,
Xmodem, FTP, Internet e-mail, and fax download options, and is excellent for quick access to
information over lower bandwidths. The WWW version of CIO provides richly formatted
documents with photographs, figures, graphics, and video, as well as hyperlinks to related
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You can access CIO in the following ways:
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Telnet:
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cio.cisco.com
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cio-help@cisco.com.
For
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