On the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV, ensure that all captive screws on the controller, power supply, and all upstream and downstream switch modules are tightened to a torque of 8 in-lbs.|
||Ensure that the path to the rack is unobstructed. If the rack is on wheels, ensure that the brakes are engaged or that the rack is otherwise stabilized.|
||Install the rack-mount kit to the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV.|
||Measure the height of the rear rack mount to be the same height as the front rack mount. On the rear left side (CMTS side) of the rack unit, align the rear-mount support bracket with the threaded holes on the rack post. See Figure 1.|
||Tighten the four rear mount screws with the rear mount rack support bracket to a torque of 8 in-lbs using the # 2 Phillips screwdriver.|
||Repeat Step 4 and Step 5 on the rear right side of the rack post. Figure 3. Attaching the Rear-Mount Support Bracket|
||Rear-mount support bracket
||On the rear left side (CMTS side) of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV, align the rear rack-mount support bracket with the four threaded holes on the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV. Figure 4. Attaching the Rear Rack-Mount Support Bracket to the CMTS Side of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV|
||Rear rack-mount support bracket
||Countersink M5 screw
The rear of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV should be flush with the cable interface line card-side of the Cisco uBR10012 router for proper cable routing length.
||Tighten the four M5 screws that are supplied with the rear rack-mount support bracket to a torque of 8 in-lbs using the # 2 Phillips screwdriver.|
||Repeat Step 7 and Step 8 on the rear right side.|
||On the front left side (cable plant side) of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV, align the front-mount bracket with the three threaded holes on the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV. See Figure 3. |
The front rack-mount brackets can be installed at various depths depending on the position of the rack rail, to ensure that the Cisco CMTS side of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV is aligned with the line card side depth of the Cisco uBR10012 router.
||Tighten the three M5 screws that are supplied with the front-mount bracket to a torque of 8 in-lbs using the # 2 Phillips screwdriver.|
||Repeat Step 10 and Step 11 on the front right side. Figure 5. Attaching the Front Rack-Mount Brackets to the Cable Plant Side of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV|
||Threaded holes on the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV
||M5 x 8 mm Phillips countersunk screws
||Front rack-mount bracket
||Position the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV so that the front end is closest to you; then lift the chassis and move it to the rack.|
||Slide the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV into the rack, pushing it back until the rear-mount support bracket (attached to the rear rack post) meets the rear rack-mount support bracket on both sides of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV.|
||While keeping the brackets flush against the posts or rear rack-mount support brackets, position the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV so that the holes in the front-mount brackets are aligned with those on the rack posts in the front. |
Figure 6. Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV on the Cisco uBR10012 Router—Front View (Cable Plant Side
The rear of the Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV should be flush with the cable interface line card side of the Cisco uBR10012 router for proper cable routing length. See Figure 4 and Figure 5.
Figure 7. Cisco UBR-RFSW-ADV on the Cisco uBR10012 Router—Rear View (CMTS Side)
||Cisco uBR10012 router
||Cisco uBR10012 router
||Insert four M5 screws (two for each side bracket) through the holes on the front-mount bracket into the threaded holes on the rack post and tighten the screws to a torque of 8 in-lbs using the # 2 Phillips screwdriver. |
Insert the bottom screws first.
||Tighten all the screws.|