Cisco Systems 2100 Network Router User Manual

Quick Start Guide
CISCO INTELLIGENCE ENGINE 2100 SERIES
MOUNTING, CABLING, AND SETUP
Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100 Series
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RACK MOUNT THE HARDWARE
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CONNECT CABLES
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RUN THE SETUP PROGRAM
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This guide explains how to mount, cable, and set up
your Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100 Series
(IE2100 Series).
Product Documentation
1 Quick Start Guide (this guide)
1 Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information
for Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100 Series
1 Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100 Series
Configuration Registrar Manual (for more detailed
information about subjects covered in this guide)
1 Release Notes for Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100
Series Configuration Registrar
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Hardware Appliance
1 Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100 Series
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Cables and Power Cord
1 yellow Ethernet 10BaseT cable
(to connect to a 10BaseT hub)
1 flat, light-blue console cable with
1 RJ-45 adapter, labeled TERMINAL
(RJ-45-to-DB-9)
1 black power cord
Rack-Mount Kit
2 L mounting brackets (left and right)
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4 M4 Phillips countersunk-head screws
4 12-24 x 3/4-inch Phillips binder-head screws
4 10-32 x 3/4-inch slotted binder-head screws
1 8-32 x 1/2-inch black Phillips binder-head screw
Desktop-Mount Kit
4 Desktop mounting self-adhesive feet
Rack Mount the Hardware
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Installing Rack Mount
Hardware
To install the IE2100 Series in a rack:
Step 1
will fit.
This section describes how to install the
IE2100 Series in a standard 19-inch equipment rack.
Step 2
the L-bracket mounting surfaces are even
system in a standard 19-inch equipment rack with
with the front or back panel of the chassis,
two unobstructed outer posts.
depending on which way you want to
Note You can place the system on a desktop or other
provided for this purpose.
install it.
Step 3
Position the chassis in the rack.
Step 4
Align the four mounting holes in the
Warning The following guidelines are
L bracket with the four mounting holes in
provided to ensure your safety:
the equipment rack.
Step 5
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Secure the system in the rack by installing
This unit should be mounted at the bottom of
the provided screws through the elongated
the rack if it is the only unit in the rack.
holes in the L bracket and into the
When mounting this unit in a partially filled
threaded holes in the mounting post.
rack, load the rack from the bottom to the top
with the heaviest component at the bottom of
the rack.
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Attach the L brackets to the sides of the
chassis using the provided screws so that
A rack-mount kit is included for mounting the
flat, stable surface. Self-adhesive rubber feet are
Measure the rack to verify that the system
If the rack is provided with stabilizing devices,
install the stabilizers before mounting or
servicing the unit in the rack.
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Connect Cables
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Console Cables
Use the console cable in the accessory kit to connect
the IE2100 Series console port (CONS) to a console or
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Console cable
Console
Use the CAT 5 UTP cable in the accessory kit to
Cisco Intelligence Engine 2100 Series
connect the IE2100 Series to your network.
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CAT 5 UTP cable
Ethernet Hub
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Power receptacle
AC power
connector
Connect the Power Cable
Step 1
Verify that the Power switch is set to OFF.
Step 2
Connect the black power cable to the
power receptacle on the rear panel of the
IE2100 Series.
Step 3
Connect the other end of the power cable
to an AC power source.
Step 4
Set the power switch to ON.
Step 5
Verify that the IE2100 Series is
operational.
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Run the Setup Program
This section explains how to run the setup program
Primary DNS nameserver IP address
IP address of DNS server that
to configure the system.
IE2100 Series uses for name/IP-address
Step 1
Boot the system without a configuration.
When the system finishes booting, a login
resolution.
Secondary DNS nameserver IP address
Optional. To skip, press Enter.
prompt appears.
Step 2
Log in with the username of setup.
Step 3
Enter responses to the prompts that appear:
enter country code
Enter the two (2) character country code.
enter Location code
Enter the location code or name without
hostname
embedded blanks.
System hostname. Appears in command
prompt.
enter Configuration Server username
Username for the Configuration Registrar
domain name
administrative account; case-sensitive
System domain name.
with a maximum of 32 characters.
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admin password
Password for the Linux administrative
<username> password
user account on the IE2100 Series; case
Password for the administrative user
sensitive, between 5 and 20 characters.
account on the Configuration Registrar;
case sensitive, between 5 and 20
confirm password
characters.
Reenter password to verify that you typed
it correctly.
confirm password
Reenter password to verify that you typed
eth0 IP address
it correctly.
IP address of Ethernet 0 interface.
eth0 network mask
Network mask of Ethernet 0 interface.
Would you like to save this configuration
[yes]
Press Enter to accept the configuration.
The configuration is saved.
eth0 default gateway IP address
IP address of default router that connects
IE2100 Series to network.
eth1 IP address
Optional. To skip, press Enter.
Step 4
Log in as admin.
Step 5
Type rootenable.
Step 6
Set your root password.
eth1 network mask
Optional. To skip, press Enter.
eth1 default gateway IP address
Optional. To skip, press Enter.
Caution If you forget your root password,
you will be locked out of the system!
Run the Setup Program (continued)
Verify Configuration Registrar
is Running
If you have reached the Configuration
Once the system has been installed and configured,
Registrar.
Registrar Home page, you have verified the
successful installation on the Configuration
you can verify the installation of the Configuration
Registrar by following these steps:
Step 1
Go to a different computer and bring up a
web browser.
Step 2
On the net-site window enter the URL for
the Configuration Registrar.
For example:
http://<ip_address>/config/login.html
where: ip_address is the IP address you
entered during IE2100 Series setup.
The Configuration Registrar login page
appears.
Step 3
Enter the Configuration Registrar Userid
and Password that you entered during
IE2100 Series setup.
Step 4
On the message page, click Continue.
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