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    Removing an Integrated Access Service Module

    Before you begin removing a service module from the Junos Pulse Gateway, ensure that you have taken the necessary precautions to prevent ESD damage.

    Note: If you do not intend to replace the service module with another one, install a faceplate over the open slot. Faceplates are required to ensure proper cooling in the Junos Pulse Gateway.

    Note: Service modules are paired with fan trays and hard drives. When moving a service module to a different slot, you must move the associated fan trays and hard drives to the new location as well.

    To remove a service module:

    1. Pull the ejector lever, located under the service module, outward until it is fully open.
    2. Gently pull on the service module front panel to slide it halfway out of the chassis.
    3. Using both hands, hold the front edge of the service module and slide it completely out of the chassis.
    4. Place the service module in an antistatic bag or on an antistatic mat placed on a flat, stable surface.

    Note: Faceplates are required for proper airflow. If you do not intend to replace the service module, cover the opening with a blank faceplate.

    Published: 2011-07-25