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    Installing an I/O Module

    I/O modules contain traffic interfaces of the type and capacity required for your specific deployment.

    The following figures show the faceplate of an I/O module blank and the faceplates of IDP Series I/O modules. The procedure following the figures describes how to install an I/O module.

    Figure 1: I/O Module Blank

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    Figure 2: IDP-1GE-4COP-BYP

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    Figure 3: IDP-1GE-4SFP*

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    * requires a transceiver (sold separately)

    Figure 4: IDP-1GE-4SX-BYP

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    Figure 5: IDP-10GE-2XFP*

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    * requires a transceiver (sold separately)

    Figure 6: IDP-10GE-2SR-BYP

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    The following procedure assumes you have already installed the IDP Series appliance in your equipment rack.

    Caution: Carefully observe safety guidelines provided in the Juniper Networks Safety Guide.

    To install the I/O module hardware:

    1. Power off the device. Verify that the power LED is off.
    2. Unscrew the blank or replaceable module tray and remove it from the chassis.
    3. Carefully replace the blank or replaceable module tray with the new I/O module tray. Slide the I/O module tray into the I/O module slot.

      Figure 7: Replacing a Blank Tray with an I/O Module Tray

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    4. Tighten the screws on each side of the faceplate.
    5. Power on the device. Verify that the power LED is a steady green light.
    6. Use ACM to reconfigure device settings to incorporate the new traffic interfaces. You need to configure speed/duplex settings and assign the new interfaces virtual routers.
    7. Connect the traffic interfaces to your network.
    8. Verify traffic flow.

    Published: 2011-02-08