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    Installing the JATP700 in a Rack

    Installing the JATP700 Appliance

    Place the shipping container on a flat surface and carefully remove the hardware components.

    The chassis package includes a pair of rack rail assemblies and mounting screws required to install the chassis in a rack. Each rail assembly consists of an inner, a middle, and an outer rail, as shown in Figure 1.

    Figure 1: Identifying the Inner, Middle, and Outer Rails

    Identifying the Inner, Middle, and
Outer Rails
      1
    Inner rail
      4
    Outer rail
      2
    Locking tab
      5
    Locking tab
      3
    Middle rail
     

    To install the JATP700 appliance:

    1. To mount the JATP700 appliance in a four-post rack:
      1. Install the inner rail extensions.
        1. Pull the inner rail out of the outer rail until it is fully extended as illustrated. Press the locking tab down to release the inner rail, as shown in Figure 2. Each inner rail has a locking tab that secures the chassis when completely extended from the rack.

          Figure 2: Sliding and Detaching the Inner Rails

          Sliding and Detaching
the Inner Rails
        2. Place the inner rails against the sides of the chassis, aligning the chassis hooks with the holes in the inner rails, as shown in Figure 3.
        3. Slide the inner rail toward the front of the chassis until the inner rail clicks into the locked position.
        4. Secure the inner rails to the chassis with the screws provided.

        Figure 3: Installing the Inner Rails

        Installing the Inner
Rails

        Note: Each inner rail of the JATP700 appliance has a locking tab. The locking tabs secure the chassis when it is either installed or completely extended from the rack.

      2. Install the outer rails:
        1. Press the locking tabs upward at the rear of the middle rails, and slide the middle rails into the outer rails.
        2. Insert the front hooks of the outer rails into the front slots of the rack, and use the M5 screws to secure the front of the outer rails to the rack, as shown in Figure 4 and Figure 5.

          Figure 4: Inserting the Front Mounting Rails

          Inserting the Front
Mounting Rails
        3. Extend the outer rails, and adjust the length to fit within the posts of the rack.
        4. Insert the rear hooks of the outer rails into the rear slots of the rack, and use the screws to secure the rear of the outer rails to the rack, as shown in Figure 5.

          Figure 5: Inserting the Front and Rear Mounting Rails

          Inserting the Front
and Rear Mounting Rails
      3. Slide the middle rails away from the rear of the outer rails.
      4. Position the ball-bearing shuttle at the front of the middle rails.
      5. Align the chassis inner rails with the ball-bearing shuttle, as shown in Figure 6.

        Figure 6: Aligning the Chassis Rails with the Ball-Bearing Shuttle

        Aligning the
Chassis Rails with the Ball-Bearing Shuttle
      6. Apply even pressure on both sides, slide the chassis inner rails into the middle rails until the locking tab of the inner rail clicks into the front of the middle rail, locking the chassis into the fully extended position.
      7. Depress the locking tabs on both sides simultaneously, and slide the chassis into the rear of the rack.
      8. Use the screws to secure the chassis handles to the rack. See Figure 7 for the installed chassis in a four-post rack.

        Figure 7: Installing the Chassis in a Four-Post Rack

        Installing
the Chassis in a Four-Post Rack
    2. Plug each of the power cords into each of the AC receptacles on the rear panel. See Figure 8.

      Figure 8: Connecting the AC Power Cord

      Connecting the AC
Power Cord
    3. Plug the other end of the power cords into the wall socket.

      Note: Plug each power cord into a separate power circuit to ensure that the device continues to receive power if one of the power circuits fails.

    4. Plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the back panel.

      When you turn on the power, the internal port uses two LEDs to indicate the LAN connection status, as described in JATP700 Appliance Back Panel Description.

    5. Plug a RS-232 (DB-9 F/F) cable into the console port. This cable is a console cable and DB-9 connector. The connector is shipped with your JATP700 appliance.

      Table 1 describes the details of DB-9 console connector pinouts.

      Table 1: DB-9 Console Connector Pinouts

      Pin

      Signal

      Description

      1

      DCD

      Data Carrier Detect

      2

      RxD

      Receive Data

      3

      TxD

      Transmit Data

      4

      DTR

      Data Terminal Ready

      5

      GND

      Signal Ground

      6

      DSR

      Data Set Ready

      7

      RTS

      Request to Send

      8

      CTS

      Clear to Send

      9

      RING

      Ring Indicator

    6. Push the power button on the front panel.

      The power LED on the chassis turns solid green.

    Modified: 2018-02-15