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A

accessing    
connecting directly
console ports
HyperTerminal
management console
SSH setup
 

C

cabling    
fast Ethernet    12
overview
power    12
recommendations
required tools
Case Manager, Juniper
cleaning platform
compliance, regulatory    
Canadian
FCC    12
FDA
console     See management console    
CTP overview
CTP1002 platform    1
specifications
CTP1004 platform    1
specifications
CTP1012 platform    1
specifications
CTPOS
CTPView
customer support    1
contacting Juniper
information needed
locating serial numbers
return procedure    12
 

D

damaged components, returning
DB-25 connector    12
DB-9    
connector
crossover cable
declaration of conformity, EC    
CTP1000
 

E

EIA-530 data interface
EIA530(A) data interface
environmental requirements
 

H

HyperTerminal access
 

I

inspecting before installation
installing    
before
freestanding
responsibilities
interface modules    
pinouts     See pinouts    
 

J

JTAC, contacting    12
 

M

maintaining    
cleaning
storing modules
tools required
management console    
accessing
direct connection
pinouts
port setup
modules and components    
cleaning
replacing
storing
 

P

pinouts    
100-pin connector
power    
cables, DC    12
failures
shutdowns
powering off
powering on    12
preinstallation responsibilities
 

R

rack    
installation guidelines
installing in
mechanical requirements
requirements
space requirements
reclamation and recycling
replacing components
return procedure    12
RJ-45 connector    123456
RS-232 port    123456
 

S

safety guidelines
serial number, locating
SSH connection
storing components
 

T

technical support
troubleshooting power failures    12
 

U

unpacking and inspecting
 

V

V.35 data interface

Related Documentation

    CTP Cabling Recommendations

    We suggest that you comply with the following recommendations:

    • Ensure that cable distance and rate limits meet IEEE-recommended maximum speeds and distances for signaling purposes. For information about attenuation and power loss in optical fiber cables see:
      • ANSI T1.646a-1997 Telecommunications – Broadband ISDN - Physical Layer Specification for User-Network Interfaces Including DS1/ATM (1997)
      • ANSI T1.646-1995 Telecommunications – Broadband ISDN - Physical Layer Specification for User-Network Interfaces Including DS1/ATM (1995)
    • Ensure that power cables deliver sufficient power to the device.
    • Attach laser fiber connectors only to Class 1 laser devices in accordance with IEC 60825-1, Safety of Laser Products - Part 1.
    • Route cables so that they do not restrict ventilation or airflow.
    • Route cables so that modules and field-replaceable units are easily accessible.
    • Route cables in a logical direction to prevent loss of connectivity to other equipment in the rack, associated equipment in adjacent racks, or to the backbone network.
    • Consider using cable-management brackets to keep network cables untangled and orderly and to prevent cables from hindering access to other slots.

    For additional cable recommendations, consult the document GR-63–CORE: Network Equipment Building System (NEBS) Requirements: Physical Protection, Issue 2, April 2002.

    Modified: 2015-11-22