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Cisco VPN 5001 Concentrator FRU Installation and Replacement Notes
This document provides information about installing and replacing field-replaceable units (FRUs) for the Cisco VPN 5001 concentrator. For more information on VPN 5001 concentrator hardware, see the Cisco VPN 5001 Concentrator Hardware Guide.
This document describes how to install and replace the following FRUs:
Warning Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or service this equipment.
For a complete list of translated safety warnings, refer to the Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Cisco VPN 5001 Concentrator.
Universal AC AdapterProduct Number: PWR-CVPN5001-AC
A universal AC adapter is shipped standard with the Cisco VPN 5001 concentrator. Table 1 describes the power supply and transformer specifications for the universal AC adapter.
Table 1 Power Supply and Transformer Specifications
Warning The power supply cord is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the socket outlet is located or installed near the equipment and is easily accessible.
Attaching the Power Cable
Figure 1 AC Power Cords
Table 2 AC Power Cord Options
Plug the appropriate power cable into the 2-pin power connector on the chassis back. Use the power cord retainer to keep the power cord securely in place. For instructions, see the "Attaching the Power Cord Retainer" section.
Attaching the Power Cord Retainer
The power cord retainer prevents the power cord from being accidentally pulled out. You need the following provided parts to attach the power cord retainer:
To attach the power cord retainer
Step 1 Attach the retainer bracket to the chassis back with the provided screw.
Step 2 Loop the power cord so that there is enough cord to attach to the bracket (Figure 2).
Step 3 Use the tie-wrap to fasten the power cord to the retainer bracket.
Figure 2 Attaching the Power Cord Retainer
Rack-Mounting KitProduct Number: ACS-CVPN5001-RM
Only trained, authorized personnel can install the chassis in a rack. The VPN 5001 chassis requires 1 rack unit (1.8 vertical inches, 4.572 cm) of rack space. You must provide:
•Four of your own screws or clips to attach the brackets to the rack
Complete the following steps to attach the provided brackets to the chassis, and to mount the chassis in the rack.
Step 1 On each side of the chassis, attach the bracket using four provided screws.
•For a standard rack, use the front four holes.
•For a telco rack, use the back four holes as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 Attaching Brackets to the Chassis
Step 2 Attach the brackets to the rack using your own screws as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 Attaching Brackets to the Rack
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