Removing Components from the Chassis for Manual Lifting of
the SRX3400 Services Gateway
To make the Services Gateway light enough
to install manually, you first remove most components from the chassis
as shown in Figure 27 and Figure 28 The
procedure in this section for removing components from the chassis
is for initial installation only, and assumes that you have not connected
power cables to the Services Gateway:
Switch Fabric Board (SFB)
I/O Cards (IOCs)
Network Processing Cards (NPCs)
Services Processing Cards (SPCs)
Figure 27: Components
to Remove from the Front of the Device
Figure 28: Components to Remove
from the Rear of the Device
If you have not already done so, power off the
device by pressing the Power button on the front panel of the Switch
Fabric Board (SFB) for three to five seconds. The PWR LED
blinks to show you that the device is shutting down. Wait for the
device to shut down before proceeding.
Release each component by loosening its retaining
screws and unlatching its ejector handles as appropriate.
Slide each component out of the chassis evenly
so that it does not become stuck or damaged.
Label each component as you remove it so you can
reinstall it in the correct location.
Immediately store each removed component in an
Do not stack removed components. Lay each one on
a flat surface.