Cisco CRS Carrier Routing System Multishelf System Interconnection and Cabling Guide
Vertical Cabling Plans
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Vertical Cabling Plans

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Vertical Cabling Plans

Vertical Cabling Cable Plans For Three Line Card Chassis and One, Two, or Four Fabric Card Chassis

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC0

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC1

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC2


Vertical Cabling Plans


This appendix contains the following sample vertical cabling plans:

Vertical Cabling Cable Plans For Three Line Card Chassis and One, Two, or Four Fabric Card Chassis

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC0

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC1

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC2

Vertical Cabling Cable Plans For Three Line Card Chassis and One, Two, or Four Fabric Card Chassis

Table B-1, Table B-2. and Table B-3 show the vertical cabling configurations Cisco recommends for single-FCC, two-FCC, and four-FCC multishelf installations. Table B-1 shows the cabling configurations Cisco recommends for the first Line Card Chassis (LCC0). Table B-2 and Table B-3 show the cabling configurations Cisco recommends for the second Line Card Chassis ( LCC1) and the third Line Card Chassis (LCC2), respectively. All three tables show the cabling configurations Cisco recommends for single-FCC, two-FCC, and four-FCC multishelf installations.

Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC0

Table B-1, Table B-2. and Table B-3 show the vertical cabling configuration Cisco recommends for single-FCC multishelf installations, two-FCC multishelf installations, and four-FCC multishelf installations, respectively. Table B-1 shows the vertical cabling configurations Cisco recommends for the first Line Card Chassis (LCC0).

Table B-1 Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC0 

3+1 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #
3+2 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #
3+4 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 0,1,2

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 0,1,2

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 0,1,2

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 0,1,2

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 0,1,2

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 0,1,2

SM 2 A 0,1,2

0

12 J 0,1,2

SM 2 A 0,1,2

0

12 J 0,1,2

SM 2 A 0,1,2

2

0 J 0,1,2

SM 3 A 0,1,2

0

21 J 0,1,2

SM 3 A 0,1,2

0

21 J 0,1,2

SM 3 A 0,1,2

2

9 J 0,1,2

SM 4 A 0,1,2

0

3 J 0,1,2

SM 4 A 0,1,2

1

0 J 0,1,2

SM 4 A 0,1,2

1

0 J 0,1,2

SM 5 A 0,1,2

0

6 J 0,1,2

SM 5 A 0,1,2

1

9 J 0,1,2

SM 5 A 0,1,2

1

9 J 0,1,2

SM 6 A 0,1,2

0

15 J 0,1,2

SM 6 A 0,1,2

1

12 J 0,1,2

SM 6 A 0,1,2

3

0 J 0,1,2

SM 7 A 0,1,2

0

18 J 0,1,2

SM 7 A 0,1,2

1

21 J 0,1,2

SM 7 A 0,1,2

3

9 J 0,1,2


Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC1

Table B-2 shows the vertical cabling configuration Cisco recommends for single-FCC multishelf installations, two-FCC multishelf installations, and four-FCC multishelf installations, respectively. Table B-2 shows the vertical cabling configurations Cisco recommends for the second Line Card Chassis (LCC1).

Table B-2 Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC1 

3+1 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #
3+2 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #
3+4 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 3,4,5

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 3,4,5

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 3,4,5

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 3,4,5

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 3,4,5

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 3,4,5

SM 2 A 0,1,2

0

12 J 3,4,5

SM 2 A 0,1,2

0

12 J 3,4,5

SM 2 A 0,1,2

2

0 J 3,4,5

SM 3 A 0,1,2

0

21 J 3,4,5

SM 3 A 0,1,2

0

21 J 3,4,5

SM 3 A 0,1,2

2

9 J 3,4,5

SM 4 A 0,1,2

0

3 J 3,4,5

SM 4 A 0,1,2

1

0 J 3,4,5

SM 4 A 0,1,2

1

0 J 3,4,5

SM 5 A 0,1,2

0

6 J 3,4,5

SM 5 A 0,1,2

1

9 J 3,4,5

SM 5 A 0,1,2

1

9 J 3,4,5

SM 6 A 0,1,2

0

15 J 3,4,5

SM 6 A 0,1,2

1

12 J 3,4,5

SM 6 A 0,1,2

3

0 J 3,4,5

SM 7 A 0,1,2

0

18 J 3,4,5

SM 7 A 0,1,2

1

21 J 3,4,5

SM 7 A 0,1,2

3

9 J 3,4,5


Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC2

Table B-3 shows the vertical cabling configuration Cisco recommends for single-FCC multishelf installations, two-FCC multishelf installations, and four-FCC multishelf installations, respectively. Table B-3 shows the vertical cabling configurations Cisco recommends for the third Line Card Chassis (LCC2).

Table B-3 Vertical Cabling Plan 3+1, 3+2 & 3+4, LCC2 

3+1 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #
3+2 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #
3+4 Cabling
SM0 #
FCC #
OIM & J #

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 6,7,8

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 6,7,8

SM 0 A 0,1,2

0

0 J 6,7,8

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 6,7,8

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 6,7,8

SM 1 A 0,1,2

0

9 J 6,7,8

SM 2 A 0,1,2

0

12 J 6,7,8

SM 2 A 0,1,2

0

12 J 6,7,8

SM 2 A 0,1,2

2

0 J 6,7,8

SM 3 A 0,1,2

0

21 J 6,7,8

SM 3 A 0,1,2

0

21 J 6,7,8

SM 3 A 0,1,2

2

9 J 6,7,8

SM 4 A 0,1,2

0

3 J 6,7,8

SM 4 A 0,1,2

1

0 J 6,7,8

SM 4 A 0,1,2

1

0 J 6,7,8

SM 5 A 0,1,2

0

6 J 6,7,8

SM 5 A 0,1,2

1

9 J 6,7,8

SM 5 A 0,1,2

1

9 J 6,7,8

SM 6 A 0,1,2

0

15 J 6,7,8

SM 6 A 0,1,2

1

12 J 6,7,8

SM 6 A 0,1,2

3

0 J 6,7,8

SM 7 A 0,1,2

0

18 J 6,7,8

SM 7 A 0,1,2

1

21 J 6,7,8

SM 7 A 0,1,2

3

9 J 6,7,8