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Installing the JSA5800 Appliance

 

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

To install the JSA5800 appliance:

  1. Mount the JSA appliance in your server rack using the attached mounting brackets. See Installing the JSA5800 Appliance Using Front-and-Rear-Mounting Flush to a Rack.
  2. Plug the power cords into each of the AC receptacle on the rear panel. See Figure 1.
    Figure 1: Connecting the AC Power Cord
    Connecting the AC
Power Cord
  3. Plug the other end of the power cords into the wall socket.

    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 shown in Figure 2.

    Figure 2: LEDs on the JSA5800
    LEDs on the JSA5800
      1
    Power LED
      4
    Hard Drive LED
      2
    LAN2 LED
      5
    LAN1 LED
      3
    Alert/Power fail LED
      6
    Information LED
  5. Plug a RS-232 (DB-9 F/F) cable into the console port. This cable is a console cable and DB-9 connector with 1-8 pinouts. The connector is shipped with your JSA5800 appliance.

    Table 1 describes the details of DB-9 console port pinouts for the JSA5800 appliance.

    Table 1: DB-9 Console Connector Pinouts for the JSA5800 Appliance

    Pin

    Signal

    Description

    1

    DCD

    Data Carrier Detect

    2

    RxD

    Receive Data

    3

    TxD Output

    Transmit Data

    4

    DTR Output

    Data Terminal Ready

    5

    GND

    Chassis Ground

    6

    DSR Input

    Data Set Ready

    7

    RTS Output

    Request to Send

    8

    CTS Input

    Clear to Send

    9

    RI

    Ring Indicator

    10

    NC

    Not Connected

  6. Push the power button on the front panel.

    The power LED below the power button turns on.