Cisco Wide Area Application Engine 7341, 7371, and 674 Hardware Installation Guide
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Table Of Contents

A - B - C - D - E - F - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W -

Index

A

AC power

specifications A-3

AC power LED 1-6

adapters

considerations 4-3

inline 5-1

PCI bus, identification 4-3

altitude

guidelines B-3

B

back panel

LEDs (figure) 1-5

beeps

lack of

troubleshooting 6-29

beep symptoms 6-25

boot order 4-3

BRD diagnostic panel LED 6-33

C

cables

connecting 3-11

cabling requirements

inline network adapter 5-5

inline network adapter (examples) 5-9

CD/DVD drive

problems 6-41

CD/DVD drive activity LED 1-5

CNFG diagnostic panel LED 6-31

Configuration/Setup Utility program

using C-1

connections

cables 3-11

power 3-11

troubleshooting 6-3

connectors and ports

inline network adapter 5-3

locations 1-7

corrosion

preventing damage B-4

cover

removing 4-1

CPU diagnostic panel LED 6-31

D

DASD diagnostic panel LED 6-32

DC power

installation precautions 2-6

DC power LED 1-6

diagnostic error codes 6-33

diagnostic panel

error definitions (table) 6-30

LEDs

figure 6-17

table 6-17

diagnostic programs

overview 6-7

starting 6-9

troubleshooting with 6-4

diagnostics LEDs

Light Path 6-17

diagnostic tools

overview 6-5

drives

installing 4-13

dust

preventing damage B-4

E

electromagnetic interference

See EMI

electrostatic discharge

See ESD

EMI

preventing effects of B-5

environment

maintaining B-1

error codes

definitions 6-33

format 6-7

error logs

viewing 6-10

ESD

preventing damage 2-8, B-4

Ethernet activity LED 1-6

Ethernet controller

troubleshooting 6-12

troubleshooting (chart) 6-14

Ethernet link LED 1-6

Ethernet port

connector pinouts 1-8

F

FAN diagnostic panel LED 6-32

front panel

figure 1-3

LEDs 1-4

H

hard disk drive

installing 4-13

problems 6-41

hard disk drive activity LED 1-4

hard disk drive status LED 1-5

hardware

troubleshooting 6-1

hardware option

problems 6-44

humidity

maintenance guidelines B-3

I

I/O connectors 1-7

information LED 1-4

inline network adapter

cabling examples 5-9

cabling requirements 5-5

description 5-1

specifications 5-4, A-5

installation

rack 3-5

tabletop 3-10

warnings 2-1

installing

drives 4-13

intermittent problems

troubleshooting 6-42

L

LEDs

back panel (figure) 1-5

checking 3-12

description 1-4, 1-6

diagnosing problems using 6-15

diagnostic panel

figure 6-17

table 6-17

front panel (table) 1-4

front view 1-3

inline network adapter 5-3

power supply 6-16

rear view 1-5

troubleshooting 6-15

Light Path Diagnostics

LEDs 6-17

using 6-15, 6-16, 6-21

line conditioners

using B-8

M

magnetism

preventing effects of B-5

maintenanceB-1to B-7

MEM diagnostic panel LED 6-31

memory

problems 6-43

messages

diagnostic 6-7

microprocessor

problems 6-43

N

network

connection problems 6-13

removing WAE from 3-12

NMI diagnostic panel LED 6-31

no beep symptoms 6-29

O

operating requirements

minimum configuration 6-11

OVER SPEC diagnostic panel LED 6-30

P

PCI bus configuration 4-3

PCI diagnostic panel LED 6-33

ports

Ethernet 1-7

inline network adapter 5-3

serial 1-8

POST

description 6-6

error codes 6-49

power

connecting to system 3-11

problems 6-45

power on LED 1-4, 1-6

power-on self-test

See POST

power source interruptions

preventing damage from B-6

power subsystem

troubleshooting 6-11

power supplies

LEDs

troubleshooting with 6-16

specifications A-2

using uninterruptible B-8

power supply

replacing 4-15

problem solving

overview 6-1

tips 6-23

PS1 diagnostic panel LED 6-30

PS2 diagnostic panel LED 6-31

R

rack installation 3-5

rack requirements 3-2

radio frequency interference

See RFI

RAID diagnostic panel LED 6-32

Remind button

description 6-21

removing or replacing WAE 3-12

replacing power supply 4-15

RFI

preventing effects of B-5

S

safety

general precautions 2-4

warnings 2-1

serial port

connector pinout 1-8

description 1-8

problems 6-48

S ERR diagnostic panel LED 6-31

shock

preventing damage B-6

short circuit 6-11

site environment

maintenance factors B-1

software problems

troubleshooting 6-49

SP diagnostic panel LED 6-31

status LEDs 1-5

troubleshooting 6-15

surge protectors

using B-7

switches

troubleshooting 6-3

symptoms and solutions

tables 6-24

system board LEDs

figure 6-19

system error LED 1-4, 1-6

description 6-30

troubleshooting with 6-16

system locator LED 1-4, 1-6

system problems

identifying 6-2

system reliability 2-6

T

tabletop installation

procedure 3-10

TEMP diagnostic panel LED 6-32

temperature

maintenance guidelines B-2

test log

viewing 6-10

troubleshooting

connections 6-3

diagnostic tools 6-5

Ethernet controller 6-12

LEDs 6-15

network connections 6-13

power subsystem 6-11

switches 6-3

system hardware 6-1

trouble indicators 6-15

undetermined problems 6-21

using diagnostic programs 6-4

U

undetermined problems

troubleshooting 6-21

uninterruptible power supplies

using B-8

V

vibration

preventing damage B-6

VRM diagnostic panel LED 6-31

W

WAE

installing 3-5

maintaining B-1

removing or replacing 3-12

warnings

installation 2-1

working inside WAE with power on 2-7