Cisco 9148 cabinet integration instructions

Cisco 9148 cabinet integration instructions
Installing the Cisco® 9148 switch into the NetApp® cabinet
This flyer describes how to install the Cisco 9148 switch into the NetApp cabinet.
Before you begin
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The following list specifies the Cisco accessory kit contents:
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• Cisco 9148 switch
• Two 30-36 inch slider rails
• Two 24-30 inch slider rails
• Two 8-24 inch slider rails
• Two front rack mount brackets
• Ten 12-24 Phillips head screws
• Ten 10-32 Phillips head screws
• Six M4 6-mm Phillips head screws
• Ten 12-24 cage nuts
The following list specifies the NetApp installation kit contents:
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• Two L-brackets (X8785-R6)
• Two 48 inch jumper cords (X1558A-R6)
The following list specifies the NetApp pass-through blanking panel kit:
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• One pass-through blanking panel
• Four 10-32 screws
• Four 10-32 cage nuts
The following list specifies the other equipment required for this installation:
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One Phillips screwdriver
3/16 inch flat blade screwdriver
Steps
1. Align the holes in the L-brackets with the holes in the switch chassis, insert the six M4 screws provided with the Cisco
accessory kit, and tighten the screws.
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L-bracket
2. Determine the vertical location of switch and pass-through blanking panel in the cabinet.
Note: A 1U space is required below the single switch (or switch pair) for the pass-through panel.
3. Install cage nuts in appropriate square holes for front and rear cabinet rails.
4. Install and loosely secure the 18-24 inch slider rails to the front cabinet rails with 12-24 screws.
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Slider rail
5. Install the switch from the rear of the cabinet.
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L- bracket
Slider rail
6. Line up the slider rails on both sides so that the slider rails insert into the slide brackets.
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Slide bracket
Slider rail
Note: Two people are required to perform this step.
7. Push the switch towards the front of the cabinet until the L-brackets are flush with the cabinet’s rear rails.
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Note: Two people are required to perform this step.
8. Hold the switch chassis up, insert 12-24 screws into the L-brackets, and tighten the screws.
Note: Two people are required to perform this step.
9. Fully tighten the slider rails to the cabinet’s front rails.
10. Insert the 10-32 clip nuts in the top and bottom square holes on the front left and right side vertical posts.
11. Place the pass-through blanking panel directly below the switch and loosely secure the blanking panel to the cabinet's front
rails.
12. Center the panel vertically to prevent intrusion into adjacent rack space and tighten the screws.
13. Insert female connectors of both the jumper cords from the rear of the panel and through the brush assembly and connect to
the switch power inlets.
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Female connectors of the jumper cord
14. Connect the male plugs of both jumper cords to the closest available PDU outlets.
Note: To maintain redundancy, the two cords must be connected to different PDUs.
15. Insert SFP modules into the appropriate ports.
16. Insert fiber optic cables into SFPs.
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