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Unpacking an MX10016 Router and Components

 

Unpacking an MX10016

After you prepare the installation site as described in Site Preparation Checklist, you can unpack the router.

Note

The chassis is maximally protected inside the shipping box. Do not unpack it until you are ready to begin the installation.

Ensure that you have the following parts and tools available to unpack the MX10016:

  • A 13/32 in. (10 mm) open-end wrench or socket wrench to remove the bracket bolts from the shipping pallet

  • A box cutter or a packing knife to slice open the nylon straps and tape that seal the crate and boxes

The chassis ships in a cardboard box that has a two-layer wooden pallet base with foam cushioning between the layers. The router chassis is bolted to the pallet base.

The shipper has the option to ship either the front door separately or to ship the front door along with the chassis. If the front door arrives with the chassis, set aside the front door box until you are ready to verify the contents of the order.

To unpack the chassis (see Figure 1):

Figure 1: Shipping Crate and Accessory Box
Shipping Crate and Accessory
Box
  1. Move the shipping box to a staging area as close to the installation site as possible. While the chassis is bolted to the pallet, you can use a forklift or pallet jack to move it. Make sure there is enough space to remove components from the shipping box.
  2. Position the shipping box with the arrows pointing up.
  3. Slice the nylon straps that hold the shipping boxes to the pallet with the box cutter or the packing knife.
  4. Lift the shipping box off the chassis.
  5. Remove the cardboard accessory box.
  6. Remove the foam padding from the top of the box.
  7. Remove the plastic cover from the router chassis.
  8. Use a 13/32 in. (10 mm) open-end wrench or socket wrench to remove the four sets of bracket bolts that secure the chassis to the shipping pallet (see Figure 2).
    Figure 2: Removing Bracket Bolts
    Removing Bracket Bolts
  9. Unpack the accessory box, and lay out the contents so that they are ready for use.
  10. Verify that your order includes all appropriate parts. See MX10016 Components and Configurations and Comparing the MX10016 Order to the Packing List. for information about base configurations and redundant configurations.
  11. Store the brackets and bracket bolts inside the accessory box.
  12. Save the shipping box and packing materials in case you need to move or ship the router later.

Unpacking Line Cards, Routing and Control Boards, and Switch Fabric Boards

Line cards, additional Routing and Control Boards (RCBs), and Switch Fabric Boards (SFBs) components are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that are shipped separately from the router chassis. The RCBs and line cards are housed in rigid sheet-metal structures. SFBs have an exposed printed circuit board on one side and sheet metal on the other. All these components are shipped in a cardboard carton, secured with packing material.

Caution

The components are maximally protected inside the shipping carton. Do not unpack them until you are ready to install the components in the router chassis.

Before you unpack a component:

To unpack an RCB, SFB, or line card, see Figure 3:

  1. Move the shipping carton to a staging area as close to the installation site as possible.
  2. Position the carton with the arrows pointing up.
  3. Open the top flaps on the shipping carton.
  4. Pull out the packing material that holds the component in place.
  5. Remove the component from the electrostatic bag.
  6. Save the shipping carton and packing materials in case you need to move or ship the RCB, SFB, or line card later.
Figure 3: Unpacking a Line Card
Unpacking a Line Card
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Foam packing material
  2
Paper packaging and electrostatic bag

Comparing the MX10016 Order to the Packing List

Use the following procedure to compare the sales order and packing list against the contents of the chassis shipping crate.

The router chassis shipment includes a packing list. Check the parts you receive in the shipping crate against the items on the packing list. The packing list specifies the part number and description of each part in your order.

If any part on the packing list is missing, contact your customer service representative, or contact Juniper Networks Customer Care from within the U.S. or Canada by telephone at 1-888-314-5822. For international-dial or direct-dial options in countries without toll-free numbers, see https://www.juniper.net/support/requesting-support.html.

The following items are shipped separately from the chassis.

  • Line cards

  • Chassis front door kit

    Note

    The chassis front door kit is a spare part and can be shipped along with the chassis or separately.

  • Cable management kit

To compare the sales the contents of the chassis shipping crate with the sales order and packing list:

  1. Determine the configuration. The parts shipped depend on the configuration you order.
  2. Compare premium redundant configuration orders using Table 1.

    Table 1: Parts Included in the Premium Redundant Configuration Order

    Component

    MX10016 Quantity

    Chassis, including power bus

    1

    Routing and Control Boards (RCBs)

    2

    Fan tray controllers

    2

    Fan trays

    2

    AC or DC power supplies

    • JNP10K-PWR-AC

    • JNP10K-PWR-AC2, only available on chassis with the enhanced power bus

    • JNP10K-PWR-DC

    • JNP10K-PWR-DC2, only available on chassis with the enhanced power bus

    10

    Switch Fabric Boards (SFBs)

    6

    Covers in the line card slots

    16

    Accessory kit (see Table 3)

    1

    Rack mount kit (see Table 4)

    1

    Front door kit (see Table 5)

    1

    Documentation roadmap card

    1

    Compare base configuration orders using Table 2.

    Table 2: Parts Included in a Base Configuration Order

    Component

    MX10016 Quantity

    Chassis, including power bus

    1

    Routing and Control Boards (RCBs)

    1

    Cover in the RCB slot

    1

    Fan tray controllers

    2

    Fan trays

    2

    AC or DC Power supplies

    5

    Switch Fabric Boards (SFBs)

    5

    Cover in the SFB slot

    1

    Cover in the power supply slots

    5

    Cover in the line card slots

    16

    Accessory kit (see Table 3)

    1

    Rack mount kit (see Table 4)

    1

    Front door kit, lockable (see Table 5)

    1

    Documentation roadmap card

    1

  3. Compare the contents of the accessory kit with Table 3

    Table 3: MX10016 Accessory Kit

    Component

    Quantity

    AC Configurations

    DC Configurations

    Warranty card

    1

    1

    End-user license agreement (EULA)

    1

    1

    RJ-45 Ethernet cable

    1

    1

    RJ-45 to DB9 rollover cable

    1

    1

    Electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap with cable

    1

    1

    Media kit (flash drives, PCMCIA card adapter)

    1

    1

    Chassis ground lug, 2-hole, 10-32, 6 AWG

    1

    1

    Power cord retainer clips

    Premium -20

    Base -10

    DC terminal lugs, 2-hole, 10-32, 4 AWG

    Premium - 40

    Base - 20

    ESD bags

    2

  4. Compare the contents of the rack-mounting kit with Table 4.

    Table 4: MX10016 Rack-Mounting Kit

    Component

    Quantity

    Phillips flat-head screws, 8-32 x .375 in.

    12

    Rear brackets

    2

    Right base bracket

    1

    Left base bracket

    1

  5. Compare the contents of the front door kit with Table 5.

    Table 5: MX10016 Front Door Kit

    Component

    Quantity

    Front door

    1

    Left base bracket

    1

    Right base bracket

    1

    Latch brackets

    2

    Phillips flat-head screws

    8

    Documentation roadmap card

    1

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