Cisco 10008 Router Hardware Installation Guide
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Table Of Contents

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

Index

Numerics

19-inch rack 3-3

A

AC/DC power 1-3

AC PEM

description 1-7

air filter, replacing 5-7

airflow A-1

cautions 3-2

chassis clearance 2-9, 2-10

alarm block terminals

common 5-35

normally closed 5-35

normally open 5-35

alarm indicators

connecting 5-32

Critical 5-32

Major 5-32

Minor 5-32

alphanumeric display on PRE 1-11

altitude 2-2

altitude, specifications A-1

application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) 1-8

automatic protection switching (APS) 1-1

B

Bellcore GR-63 A-1

BGP peers 1-2

blower module

description 1-6

replacing 5-10

troubleshooting 5-11

BNC connectors 1-3

boot

command 4-11

configuration file 4-9

bootflash, secondary 4-7

boot loader 1-3

boot status messages 1-11

brackets, selecting 3-1

Break function 4-9

BTUs, maximum 2-2

buffer

size, changing 4-9

C

cable length, factors determining 2-5

cable-management kit 3-1

using 3-2

cables

crossover 3-30

straight-through Ethernet 3-33

chassis

air circulation 3-2

center-mounting (19 in. rack) 3-5

center-mounting (23 in. rack) 3-7

components 1-6

connecting to ground 3-13

flush-mounting (19 in. rack) 3-3

front view 1-4

ground connection description 2-4

grounding lugs 3-14

line card slots 1-1

module compartment 1-8

non-rack installation 3-11

preventing overheating 2-9, 3-2

rack-mounting procedures 3-2

rear view 1-3

circuit requirements 2-3

circuitry viii

Cisco 10000 Series edge services router (ESR)

powerup 4-11

Cisco 10008 router

basic setup 4-4

Ethernet port 4-5

features 1-2

hardware description 1-3

setup facility 4-3

software description 1-3

CLI

file system names 4-7

CLI, setup facility 4-2

coaxial cable 2-5

command prompt 4-6

commands

boot 4-11

config register value 4-10

copy 4-8, 5-3

copy startup config running config 4-8

del 4-8

dir 4-8

no shutdown 4-5

privileged EXEC 4-8

reload 4-10

service compress-config global configuration 4-8

setup 4-6

show environment 2-9

show facility-alarm status 4-12

show version 4-10

compliance information xi

config register value command 4-10

configuration setup 4-4

connectors

20A 3-22

AC power cord 3-26

DB-25 serial 3-31

DB-9 serial 3-31

DS3 3-32

RJ-45 4-5

console port 4-2

problems 4-14

copper conductors 2-4

copy command 4-8, 5-3

copy startup-config running-config command 4-8

CT3 line card

See channelized T3 line card

D

DB-25 serial connector 3-31

DB-9 serial connector 3-31

DC PEM

description 1-6

power connectors 3-17

default

filename 4-11

DIMMs

handling 5-49

replacing 5-47

troubleshooting 5-49

display on PRE 1-11

E

electrical wiring requirements 2-3

electromagnetic interference shielding 2-12

electromagnetic pulse

See EMP

EMI

predict and remedy 2-6

shielding 2-12

EMP, avoiding 2-6

ESD

prevention guidelines 2-12

wrist strap 2-12

Ethernet

10BASE-T 3-32

cable 3-33

cable requirements 3-32

connection to 10BASE-T 3-32

hub 3-33

LAN connections 3-33

straight-through cable 3-33

Ethernet port 4-5

F

Fast Ethernet

100BASE-T connection 3-33

cable requirements 3-33

fast Ethernet port 4-11

field replaceable unit

See FRU

files

compressing 4-8

managing 4-8

storing remotely 4-7

file systems, managing 4-7

filter, replacing 5-1

Flash cards and disks, formatting 4-6

Flash disk, storing files 4-9

Flash memory

ATA disk 4-7

cards 4-7

single inline memory module 4-11

Frame Relay sessions 1-2

front cover

removing 5-4

replacing 5-6

front view of chassis 1-4

FRU

removing and replacing 5-3

troubleshooting 4-12

FTP protocol 4-7

G

grounding lug

Burndy # YA8CL2TC10 3-14

Panduit # LCD8-10-AL 3-14

Thomas & Betts # 54204 3-14

H

half-height line card subslot designations 1-3

hex values 4-11

high-speed trunk interface 1-1

hot-swapping 1-1

humidity 2-2

specifications A-1

I

installing 5-44

AC PEM 5-24

air filter 5-7

blower module 5-10

DC PEM 5-12

DIMMs 5-47

front cover 5-6

general guidelines 3-2

lifting chassis 2-15

PRE 5-36

interface cable 3-1

interference

radio frequency 2-6

IOS command line interface

See CLI

IP

address 4-14

router address 4-2

routing command 4-6

subnet mask 4-5

ISP, requirements 1-1

L

Layer 3 router 1-1

LEDs

fan failure 4-13

fault 4-12

LNK 4-13

major, minor, critical 4-12

miswire 4-12

power 4-12

line cards

channelized T3 1-2

failure 1-2

hot swapping 5-1

initialization 4-2

making connections 3-32

shutting down 5-1

lithium battery on PRE 1-11

loss of service 5-3

low-speed circuits 1-1

M

modem connections 3-35

N

no shutdown command 4-5

NVRAM

file system 4-7

ignoring contents 4-9

size 4-8

O

operating conditions, chassis 2-5

optical network interfaces 1-1

P

Parallel eXpress Forwarding 1-8

password

secret 4-4

Telnet 4-4

PCMCIA

backing up 5-3

card slots 1-10

flash cards 1-10, 5-44

PCMCIA flash cards 5-44

PEM

AC

description 1-7

installing second 5-24

replacing 5-28

specifications A-2

DC 5-20

description 1-6

installing second 5-12

power leads 5-17

replacing 5-20

specifications A-2

performance routing engine

See PRE

pinouts 4-14

ports

CON A-3

Ethernet 4-13

PRE auxiliary 1-9, A-3

PRE console 1-9

PRE Ethernet 1-9, A-3

RJ-45 3-34

power

AC/DC 1-3

surge suppression 2-6

power cord 3-22

powerup 4-11

PPP sessions 1-2

PRE

alphanumeric display 1-11

auxiliary port 1-9

console port 1-9

description 1-8

disposing 1-11

Ethernet port 1-9

front panel 1-9

hot-swapping 1-9

PCMCIA card slots 1-10

replacing 5-36

replacing DIMMs 5-47

specifications A-3

product disposal 1-11

protocols

FTP 4-7

RCP 4-7

TFTP 4-7

PXF 1-8

R

rack-mounting the unit 3-1

RCP protocol 4-7

rear view of chassis 1-3

redundancy 1-2, 5-2

regulatory information xi

reload command 4-10

remote devices 4-5

RJ-45 connectors 2-6

rommon boot command 4-11

ROM monitor/boot loader 1-3

router viii

rebooting 4-10

RS-232 asynchronous data 2-6

S

safety

warning definition x

safety guidelines

electricity 2-13

preventing electrostatic discharge damage 2-12

safety information xi

scalability 1-2

SDRAM

configurations 5-46

upgrading 5-46

secondary bootflash 4-7

service compress-config global configuration command 4-8

setup command 4-6

show environment command 2-9

show facility-alarm status command 4-12

show int fast0/0/0 command 4-14

show version command 4-10

SIMM 4-11

single inline memory module 4-11

SONET

1+1 automatic protection switching 1-1

spare parts 5-2

squeeze command 4-8

status messages 1-11

subnet mask 4-5

subslot designations for half-height line cards 1-3

system configuration dialog 4-4

system shutdown 5-3

T

T1 connections 1-2

telco

environment 1-1

rack 3-1

Telnet

connection 4-13

session 4-4

temperature 2-2

warning messages 2-9

terminal server connections 4-2

TFTP

protocol 4-7

server 4-11

tie wraps 5-18, 5-36

tools and supplies 3-18

tools for maintenance 5-3

twisted-pair cabling 2-6

U

undelete command 4-8

V

voltage 2-2

W

warning 1-11

chassis installation 3-3, 3-5, 3-7

disconnect device 2-5

installation instructions 2-14

jewelry removal 2-14, 3-17

qualified personnel 2-12

short-circuit protection 3-18

two-person lifting 2-15, 3-12

work during lightening activity 2-14

warning, description x

wiring

practices viii

safety (warning) 2-4