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Mounting an EX3300 Switch in a Recessed Position in a Rack or Cabinet

You can mount an EX3300 switch in a rack or cabinet such that the switch is recessed inside the rack from the rack front by 2 inches. You can use the 2-in.-recess front brackets provided in the separately orderable four-post rack-mount kit to mount the switch in a recessed position.

Reasons that you might want to mount the switch in a recessed position include:

  • You are mounting the switch in a cabinet and the cabinet doors will not close completely unless the switch is recessed.
  • The switch you are mounting has transceivers installed in the uplink ports—the transceivers in the uplink ports protrude from the front of the switch.

To mount the switch in a recessed position on four posts, follow the instructions in Mounting an EX3300 Switch on Four Posts in a Rack or Cabinet. To mount the switch in a recessed position on two posts, follow the instructions in Mounting an EX3300 Switch on Two Posts in a Rack or Cabinet.

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Modified: 2015-06-23