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Installing the RJ-45 Bracket and Cable on the Cisco ONS 15454 Rack
This document describes how to install the optional RJ-45 bracket and cable on the Cisco ONS 15454 equipment rack. This kit, included in the ONS 15454 ship kit, allows the rear LAN pins to be terminated using an RJ-45 interface attached to the equipment rack.Use this document in conjunction with the Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide and Cisco ONS 15454 Reference Manual when working with system components.
The RJ-45 ships with accessory kit (53-2329-01), which ships with the following product IDs:
This document contains the following sections:
Install the Bracket and RJ-45 Cable
You will need the following equipment to install the RJ-45 kit:
•#2 Phillips screwdriver
•12-24 screws (2)
•RJ-45 kit (as part of the ONS 15454 accessory kit, 53-2329-01)
–RJ-45 bracket with cover
–RJ-45 wire-wrap cable assembly
Step 1 Identify the shelf where you want to install the RJ-45 interface.
Step 2 Locate the mounting holes on the rear of the rack where you will install the RJ-45 bracket.
Step 3 Locate the mounting holes on the bracket (Figure 1).
Figure 1 Mounting Holes on the RJ-45 Bracket
Step 4 Line up the mounting holes on the bracket with the mounting holes on the rack, making sure the "TOP" indicator is oriented properly (Figure 2).
Figure 2 RJ-45 Bracket Orientation
Step 5 Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, install the two screws in the appropriate locations on the mounting hole and mounting slot of the bracket.
Figure 3 RJ-45 Kit Installed on a 19-Inch Rack
Figure 4 RJ-45 Kit Installed on a 23-Inch Rack
Step 6 On the unterminated free end of the RJ-45 cable assembly, observe the four RJ-45 wires. Wire wrap these wires to the wire-wrap panel in the following order:
Table 1 RJ-45 Pin Installation
RJ-45 Pin RJ-45 Pin Color Wire-Wrap Panel LAN Pin
Step 7 Route the RJ-45 connector and cable across the base of the shelf to the bracket securing the cable assembly, according to site specifications.
Step 8 With the RJ-45 connector facing down, insert it into the bracket, making sure the RJ-45 connector latch is facing away from the rack.
Step 9 Snap the cover labeled "LAN" over the bracket, so that the cover snaps over the dimples (Figure 5).
Figure 5 Installing the RJ-45 Bracket Cover
•Cisco ONS 15454 Procedure Guide
•Cisco ONS 15454 Reference Manual
•Cisco ONS 15454 Troubleshooting Guide
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