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List of Figures

Figure 1: Front Panel of an EX3300 Switch with 48 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Figure 2: Front Panel of an EX3300 Switch with 24 Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Figure 3: Rear Panel of an EX3300 Switch with an AC Power Supply
Figure 4: Rear Panel of an EX3300 Switch with a DC Power Supply
Figure 5: LCD Panel
Figure 6: Chassis Status LEDs in an EX3300 Switch
Figure 7: LEDs on the Network Ports on the Front Panel
Figure 8: LEDs on the Uplink Ports
Figure 9: LEDs on the Management Port on an EX3300 Switch
Figure 10: Front-to-Back Airflow Through the EX3300 Switch Chassis
Figure 11: Back-to-Front Airflow Through the EX3300 Switch Chassis
Figure 12: SFP+ Direct Attach Cables for EX Series Switches
Figure 13: Clearance Requirements for Airflow and Hardware Maintenance for EX3300 Switches
Figure 14: Front-to-Back Airflow Through the EX3300 Switch Chassis
Figure 15: Back-to-Front Airflow Through the EX3300 Switch Chassis
Figure 16: AC Plug Types
Figure 17: EX3300 Switches Mounted on a Single Rack and Connected in a Ring Topology: Option 1
Figure 18: EX3300 Switches Mounted on a Single Rack and Connected in a Ring Topology: Option 2
Figure 19: EX3300 Switches Mounted on a Single Rack and Connected in a Ring: Option 3
Figure 20: EX3300 Switches Mounted on Adjacent Racks and Connected in a Ring Topology Using Medium and Long Cables: Option 1
Figure 21: EX3300 Switches Mounted on Adjacent Racks and Connected in a Ring Topology Using Medium and Long Cables: Option 2
Figure 22: Attaching the Mounting Bracket Along the Front of the Switch
Figure 23: Mounting the Switch on Two Posts in a Rack
Figure 24: Attaching the Front-Mounting Bracket to the Side Mounting-Rail
Figure 25: Attaching the Side Mounting-Rail to the Switch Chassis
Figure 26: Mounting the Switch to the Front Posts in a Rack
Figure 27: Sliding the Rear Mounting-Blade into the Side Mounting-Rail
Figure 28: Attaching Rubber Feet to a Switch Chassis
Figure 29: Attaching Wall-Mount Brackets to a Switch Chassis
Figure 30: Measurements for Installing Mounting Screws
Figure 31: Mounting the Switch on a Wall
Figure 32: Installing a Transceiver in an EX Series Switch
Figure 33: Connecting the Grounding Lug to a Switch Mounted on Four Posts of a Rack
Figure 34: Connecting a Grounding Cable to an EX Series Switch
Figure 35: Connecting an AC Power Cord Retainer Clip to the AC Power Cord Inlet
Figure 36: Connecting an AC Power Cord to the AC Power Cord Inlet
Figure 37: Securing Ring Lugs to the Terminals on the DC Power Supply
Figure 38: Ethernet Cable Connector
Figure 39: Connecting a Switch to a Network for Out-of-Band Management
Figure 40: Ethernet Cable Connector
Figure 41: Connecting a Switch to a Management Console Through a Console Server
Figure 42: Connecting a Switch Directly to a Management Console
Figure 43: Connecting a Fiber-Optic Cable to an Optical Transceiver Installed in a Switch
Figure 44: LCD Panel in an EX3200, EX4200, EX4500, EX4550, or EX8200 Switch
Figure 45: LCD Panel in an EX4300 Switch
Figure 46: Removing a Transceiver from a Switch
Figure 47: Location of the Serial Number ID Label on EX3300 Switches
Figure 48: Placing a Component into an Antistatic Bag

Modified: 2015-06-23