Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Router Hardware Installation Guide
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Numerics

10Mhz Interface, Connecting cables to C-105

160 Gigabyte Modular Line Card

power consumption A-13

16-port 10GE Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

1PPS Interface, Connecting cables to C-105

24-port 10GE Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

2-port 100GE Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

2-port 10GE + 20-port 1GE Combination Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

40-port 1GE Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

4-port 10GE Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

80 Gigabyte Modular Line Card

power consumption A-13

8-port 10GE 2-1 oversubscribed Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

8-port 10GE 80G Ethernet line card

power consumption A-12

A

AC-input power

connecting 3-22, 5-14

current rating A-5, A-7

disconnecting 5-13

electrical specifications A-5, A-7

installing an AC power module 3-2

installing a power module 3-1

installing components 5-9

power module LEDs at startup 4-5

rated input voltage A-5, A-7, A-8, A-9

redundancy A-5, A-6, A-7

removing components 5-9

service requirements 3-22

source AC service requirement A-5, A-6, A-7

troubleshooting 4-6, 4-9

acoustic noise specification

See noise specification

ACTV display on RSP card 4-23

adapter pinouts C-109, C-110

air filter

removing 5-4, 5-5

replacing 5-4

air flow

clearance 1-14, 4-27

guidelines 1-11

illustration 1-12, 1-13

airflow

chassis clearance C-131

Alarm Out cable connector (illustration) 3-21

alarms

connector, RSP card

caution 1-44

illustration 1-43

pinout 1-44

external site 1-43

front panel indicators, RSP card 4-19, 4-20

line cards 4-25

alphanumeric display on the RSP-440 4-23

alphanumeric LED display

code descriptions 4-23

description 4-22

troubleshooting using 4-24

troubleshooting with 4-2

altitude C-124

altitude specifications A-4

ASR 9006

AC Electrical Specifications A-5

bonding and grounding locations 2-35

chassis dimensions A-2

DC Electrical Specifications A-8

Physical Specifications A-2

ASR 9010

AC Electrical Specifications A-5, A-7

bonding and grounding locations 2-35, 2-36

chassis dimensions A-2

DC Electrical Specifications A-7, A-9

Physical Specifications A-2

asynchronous serial ports

See auxiliary port; console port

autosensing, RSP card 4-21

auxiliary port

connecting devices to 1-40, 3-20

connecting to a modemC-167to ??

connections 1-38, 3-18, C-92

connector pinout 1-40

description 4-22

illustration 1-38

pinouts C-109, C-110

B

back panel C-94, C-99, C-141, C-142

before you begin

unpacking and checking

shipment C-90

BITS connector pinout 1-45

BITS Interface, Connecting cables to C-105

BITS Pinouts C-111

bonding and grounding locations 2-35, 2-36

BOOT display on RSP card 4-23

C

cable

assemblies C-108

cable length, factors determining C-128

cable management bracket

connecting cables to line cards with 3-15

cable-management system recommendations 1-7

cable management tray, routing interface cables through 3-14

cables

attaching

alarm connector 3-21

auxiliary and console port 3-18

bonding and grounding cable 2-34, 2-35

bonding and grounding locations 2-35

grounding cable lugs 2-34

line cards 3-14

line cards to the network 3-14

RSP card 3-17

RSP card auxiliary port 3-20

RSP card console port 3-20

RSP card management LAN port 3-20

using cable management brackets 3-15

avoiding noise interference 1-7

console port 1-39

DC-input grounding cable lug 1-33

management LAN ports 1-43

managing 1-7

routing through management tray 3-14

twisted pair 1-11

See also wiring

card handling, ESD protection (caution) 2-16, 3-5, 5-22

cautions

alarm connector 1-44

EMC 3-5, 3-22

EMI gasket 2-16, 3-5

fan trays 5-9

handling cards 2-16, 3-5, 5-22

inserting fan tray 3-4

installing cards 3-5

management LAN port cable connection 3-21

SELV circuit connections 1-38, 3-19

chassis

air flow

See air flow

configuring for required power budgets A-5

connecting ESD wrist strap to 1-3, 1-4, 1-5

correct lifting position 2-28

dimensions A-2

footprint dimensions 1-8, 1-9, 1-10

ground connection description C-126

incorrect lifting position 2-29

installing cards in 5-22

installing fan trays in 5-9

installing in a 4-post rack 2-30

installing in a telco 2-post rack 2-26

installing in rack 5-25

installing line cards in 3-10

installing RSP cards in 3-6, 3-9

lifting (warning) 1-5, 2-27

packing for shipment 5-25

preventing overheating C-131

rack installation 2-25

removal warning 5-24

removing air filter 5-4, 5-5

removing a line card from (illustration) 2-20, 2-21

removing cards from 2-16, 5-22

removing from a rack 5-24

replacing the air filter 5-4

slot numbering 2-17, 2-18, 2-19, 2-22

checklist, installation C-91

Cisco ASR 9000 Series

dimensions A-2

specifications A-1

Cisco ASR 9000 Series Routers

bonding and grounding connection 2-34

lifting safely 1-5

maintaining??to 5-25

mounting in a rack 1-14

power connection guidelines 1-22

powering on 3-27

startup sequence 4-2

Cisco Information Packet publication C-90

cleaning

fiber adaptors C-76

fiber connectors C-74

CLETOP C-75

coaxial cable C-127

commands

show environment 4-12, 4-27, C-131

show environment all 4-27

show version 4-1

compliance, with regulations 1-2

connecting

AC power 5-14

AC-powered routers 1-22

alarm cable 3-21

cables to RSP card 3-17

DC-powered routers 1-32

ESD wrist strap to chassis 1-3, 1-4, 1-5

gigabit ethernet interface cables C-104

line cards to the network 3-14

network cables C-104

network interface cables to a line card (illustration) 3-15

power supply C-96

power to AC-powered router 3-22

power to DC-powered router 3-24

router to a PC??to C-161

RSP card alarm cable 3-21

RSP card to a hub, repeater, or switch 1-43

site power to router 1-22

supplemental earth ground 2-34

connector

auxiliary port 1-40

console port 1-39

console port

adapter C-110

connecting devices to 3-20

connections 1-38, 3-18, C-92, C-103

considerations C-92

description 4-22

illustration 1-38

pinouts 1-39, C-110

console port signaling cabling, DB-25 (table) C-110

console port signaling cabling, DB-9 (table) C-109

console port signals and pinouts C-109

cooling subsystem

environmental shutdown 4-27

isolating problems 4-28

troubleshooting 4-26

D

DC-input power

cabling (illustration) 1-34

connecting power to 3-24

connecting routers 1-32

disconnecting 5-16

installing a DC power module 3-3

installing a power module 3-1

installing components 5-9

power module

input current rating A-8, A-9

LEDs at startup 4-5

power system

electrical specifications A-7, A-8, A-9

redundancy A-8, A-9

removing components 5-9

source DC service requirement A-8, A-9

troubleshooting 4-9, 4-11

disconnecting

AC power 5-13

DC power 5-16

dust 1-14

E

electrical specifications

AC-input power subsystem A-5, A-7

DC-input power subsystem A-7, A-8, A-9

electrical wiring requirements C-126

electromagnetic compatibility (caution) 3-5, 3-22

electromagnetic interference

See EMI

electromagnetic pulse

See EMP

See EMP prevention

electrostatic discharge (ESD) 1-2

EMC

See electromagnetic compatibility

EMI

caution regarding gasket 2-16, 3-5

prevention 1-10

EMP, avoiding C-128

EMP prevention 1-11

environmental monitoring commands 4-27

equipment

for installation C-90

racks rack-mounting

equipment C-89

Ethernet line cards

power consumption A-11

See line cards

specifications A-11

Ethernet management port

See management LAN ports

exposed wires (warning) C-99

F

fan tray power consumption A-13

fan trays

caution 5-9

caution when inserting 3-4

fan failure 4-26

installing in the chassis 5-9

LEDs at startup 4-5

operation 4-26

removing 2-13, 2-15, 5-7

replacing 5-7

troubleshooting 4-28

warnings 5-8

fiber

cleaning adapters C-76

cleaning connectors C-74

flash memory, RSP card 4-21

Front View C-6, C-13

FRUs, list 5-2

fuse and alarm panel

description C-3

G

general site requirements C-88

gigabit ethernet

connecting interface cables C-104

GPS Cables, Connecting cables to C-105

GPS Interfaces, connecting cables to C-105

GPS Port Pinouts C-112

grounding

(warning) C-114

grounding (caution) 1-22

H

hardware

installing C-84, C-115

hub 1-43

humidity C-124

humidity guidelines 1-22, A-4

I

ICBC display on RSP card 4-23

IGEN display on RSP card 4-23

IMEM display on RSP card 4-23

INIT display on RSP card 4-23

installation

checklist C-91

hardware C-84, C-115

mounting C-93

tools required C-90

installing

AC power modules 3-2

cables

See connecting

cards 3-5, 5-22

chassis in a 4-post rack 2-30

chassis in a telco 2-post rack 2-26

chassis in rack 5-25

DC power modules 3-3

fan trays 5-9

lifting chassis C-134

line cards 3-10

line cards (illustration) 3-11, 3-12, 3-13

power module 5-13

pre-installation considerations and requirements 2-1

rack-mounting the chassis 2-25

RSP cards 3-6, 3-9

sample site log B-1

installing SFP modulesC-100to C-101

interface

numbering C-12

interface, attaching cables3-14to 3-17

Interface Numbering C-12

interference

avoiding in network interface cables 1-7

radio frequency 1-10

invisible laser radiation (warning) 1-2

IOXR display on RSP card 4-23

L

laser safety 1-2

LED indicators

ACT 4-21

at startup 4-2

LINK 4-21

LEDs

front panel C-9

lifting chassis

correct position (illustration) 2-28

incorrect position (illustration) 2-29

line cards

alarms 4-25

attaching interface cables 3-14

connecting network interface cable 3-15

connecting to the network 3-14

installing 3-10

installing (illustration) 3-11, 3-12, 3-13

installing in the chassis 5-22

interface cable installation 3-14

LED at startup 4-3

removing and replacing 5-22

removing from the chassis 2-16, 2-20, 2-21, 5-22

troubleshooting 4-25

line frequency, AC-input power supply A-5, A-7

LOAD display on RSP card 4-23

log

site C-177

M

maintaining routers??to 5-25

management LAN ports

bandwidth limitations 4-21

cable connection 3-21

cable connection (caution) 3-21

connecting devices to 3-20

description 1-40

illustration 1-41, 1-42

LED indicators 1-42

LEDs (illustration) 4-22

RJ-45 cabling 1-43

troubleshooting 4-21

MBI display on RSP card 4-23

memory, flash, RSP card 1-46

method of procedures

See MOP

MOP C-89

mounting

instructions C-93

N

National Electrical Code (NEC) 1-22

NEBS

connection points 1-36, 1-37

grounding 2-34

network cables, connecting C-104

noise interference, avoiding 1-7

noise specification A-4

numbering

interface C-12

O

OIR 5-3

online insertion and removal 5-3

overtemperature conditions 4-27

P

packing the chassis for shipment 5-25

PC

connecting to router??to C-161

PDxy display on RSP card 4-23

physical specifications, Cisco ASR 9000 Series A-2

pinouts

alarm display connector 1-44

auxiliary port connector 1-40

console port connector 1-39

Pinouts, GPS Port C-112

port

auxiliary port

See auxiliary port

console port

See console port

management LAN port

See management LAN ports

ports

AUX, RSP card A-11

Console, RSP card A-11

LAN management, RSP card A-11

Sync, RSP card A-11

power

distribution system, troubleshooting 4-14

recommendations and requirements1-22to 1-33

surge suppression 1-11, C-128

power (warning) C-85

Power Consumption

160 Gigabyte Modular Line Card A-13

80 Gigabyte Modular Line Card A-13

power consumption

16-port 10GE Ethernet line card A-12

24-port 10GE Ethernet line card A-12

2-port 100GE Ethernet line card A-12

2-port 10GE + 20-port 1GE Combination Ethernet line card A-12

40-port 1GE Ethernet line card A-12

4-port 10GE Ethernet line card A-12

8-port 10GE 2-1 oversubscribed Ethernet line card A-12

8-port 10GE 80G Ethernet line card A-12

fan tray A-13

RSP card A-11

powering on C-114

powering on the CiscoASR9000Series Router 3-27

power lines (warning) C-85, C-118

power module

AC-input

indicators (illustration) 4-7

service requirement A-5, A-6, A-7

specifications 1-22

DC-input

input current rating A-8, A-9

rated input voltage A-8, A-9

service requirement A-8, A-9

installing 5-13

power supplies

AC power cord figures 1-24, 1-28

power supplies (warning) C-85, C-118

power supply

AC-input

current rating A-5, A-7

line frequency A-5, A-7

operation 4-27

rated input voltage A-5, A-7, A-8, A-9

connecting C-96

DC-input

input current rating A-8, A-9

operation 4-27

rated input voltage A-8, A-9

redundancy A-8, A-9

power supply (warning) C-99, C-114

power surges 1-22

power system

installing components 5-9

removing components 5-9

replacing components 5-9

troubleshooting 4-11

PREP display on RSP card 4-23

processor

CPU on the RSP card 4-16

route. See RP

PSTx display on RSP card 4-23

R

racks

4-post

installing the chassis in 2-30

open rack, description 1-16

enclosed 1-17

installation precautions and guidelines 1-6

installing the chassis 2-25

mounting Cisco ASR 9000 Series Routers in 1-14

reinstalling chassis in 5-25

removing chassis from 5-24

telco 2-post

description 1-15

illustration 1-15

installation requirements 1-6

installing the chassis in 2-26

telco two-post

illustration 1-16

verifying dimensions 2-25

radio frequency interference

See RFI prevention

reconnecting

See connecting

record keeping, site log C-92

redundancy

AC-input power specifications A-5, A-6, A-7

DC-input power specifications A-8, A-9

regulatory compliance C-13

removing

air filter 5-4, 5-5

cards from the chassis 2-16, 5-22

chassis from racks 5-24

fan trays 2-13, 2-15, 5-7

line cards 2-20, 2-21

sample site log B-1

removing SFP modulesC-101to C-102

repeater 1-43

replacing

air filter 5-4

cards 5-22

fan trays 5-7

sample site log B-1

See also installing

replacing Cisco ASR 9000 Series Router componentsreplacing components5-1to ??

restricted access (warning) C-84, C-85, C-118

RFI prevention 1-11

RJ-45 connectors C-128

RMN display on RSP card 4-23

rollover cable, identifying C-111

route processor

See RP

router

connecting to a PC??to C-161

router and rack stability (warning) 2-1

routing cables through management tray 3-14

RP

overview 4-16

subsystem, troubleshooting 4-15

RS-232 asynchronous data C-128

RSP-440 card

startup sequence 4-4

RSP card

alphanumeric LED display

See alphanumeric LED display

autosensing 4-21

compact flash 4-21

compact flash slot 1-46

connecting alarm cable 3-21

connecting cables to 3-17

console port 4-22

flash memory 4-22

front panel

illustration 4-17, 4-18

indicators 4-19

indicators, table of 4-19, 4-20

front panel (illustration) 4-16

installing 3-6, 3-9

installing in the chassis 5-22

ports

See console port; auxiliary port; management LAN port; sync port

power consumption A-11

power-on self-test 4-15

removing and replacing 5-22

removing from the chassis 2-16, 5-22

route processor (RP)

See RP

supported flash disk sizes 4-23

troubleshooting 4-23

S

safety

compliance information 1-2

general guidelines 1-1

information C-13

lifting 1-5

SELV circuit connections 3-19

See also laser safety

secure cabling (warning) C-99

SELV circuit

connections 1-38, 3-19

warning 1-38

See also safety

SELV circuits (warning) C-10, C-85

serial ports, asynchronous

See auxiliary port; console port

SFP modules

bale-clasp latch removal C-101

installationC-100to C-101

SFP Modules and Cable Specifications C-107

Shelf

Temperature C-71

shipment

unpacking and checking C-90

shock specifications, system A-4

show environment all command 4-27

show environment command 4-12, 4-27, C-131

show version command 4-1

site

configuration C-88

environment C-88

log C-177

site log, record keeping C-92

site requirements

air flow 1-11

grounding lug 1-33

layout 1-6

MOPs C-89

permanent ground connection to central office ground system 1-36

rack mounting 1-14

site log B-1

supplemental earth ground connection 1-36

temperature and humidity 1-22

site requirements, rack-mounting C-130

site wiring

guidelines 1-10

slot numbering 2-17, 2-18, 2-19, 2-22

specifications

AC-input power subsystem A-5, A-7

acoustic noise A-4

altitude A-4

Cisco ASR 9000 Series A-1

DC-input power subsystem A-7, A-8, A-9

humidity A-4

shock A-4

system C-12

temperature A-4

vibration A-4

specifications, system C-12

STBY display on RSP card 4-23

switch 1-43

sync port

connection guidelines 1-45

system specifications C-12

T

telco rack

See racks, telco 2-post

temperature

air flow guidelines 1-11

guidelines 1-22

overtemperature conditions 4-27

system specifications A-4

troubleshooting 4-26

temperature sensor C-12

third-party equipment

fuse and alarm panels C-3

Time of Day Interface, Connecting cables to C-113

tools required for installation C-90

troubleshooting

AC-input power4-6to 4-9

AC-input power supply 4-6

cooling subsystem 4-26

DC-input power 4-9

environmental shutdown 4-27

fan tray 4-28

front panel LEDs C-9

line cards 4-25

overview 4-1

power distribution system 4-14

power subsystem 4-6

power system 4-11

RP subsystem 4-15

RSP card 4-23

startup problems 4-1

subsystem approach 4-2

temperature 4-26

twisted-pair cable 1-11

U

using handles for lifting (warning) 1-5

UTI connector pinout 1-45

V

ventilation C-89

verifying

equipment rack dimensions (illustration) 2-25

rack dimensions 2-25

vibration specifications, system A-4

voltage

AC-input power module A-5, A-7, A-9

AC-input power supply A-5, A-7, A-8, A-9

DC-input power module A-8, A-9

W

warning

short circuit C-99

warnings

connecting DC power 5-17

disconnecting DC power 5-16, 5-17

fan trays 5-8

invisible laser radiation 1-2

keeping power turned off 3-23

lifting chassis 2-27

removing chassis from racks 5-24

router and rack stability 2-1

SELV circuits 1-38

shock hazard 1-33

valid lifting grips 1-5

wiring

bonding and grounding cable connection 2-34

site guidelines 1-10