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About This Guide
Objectives
Audience
E-series Routers
Documentation Conventions
List of Technical Publications
Obtaining Documentation
Documentation Feedback
Requesting Support
ERX Overview
Overview
ERX Routers
ERX-14xx Models
ERX-7xx Models
ERX-310 Router
ERX Modules
SRP Module
Module Details
SRP Module Redundancy
Nonvolatile Storage
SRP I/O Module
Module Details
Line Modules
Packet Classification
I/O Modules
Network Management Tools
CLI Management
SNMP MIB Management
NMC-RX Device Management System
Redundancy Features
SRP Modules
NVS Cards
Line Modules
Power
Fans
Unpacking and Inspecting ERX Routers
Before You Begin
Unpacking ERX-14xx Models
Unpacking ERX-7xx Models and ERX-310 Routers
Inspecting Router Components and Accessories
If You Detect or Suspect Damage
Contacting Juniper Networks
The Next Step
Installing ERX Routers
Before You Begin
Freestanding Installation
Rack-Mounted Installation
Installation Guidelines
Safety Guidelines
Preparing the Equipment Racks
Installing the Router
The Next Step
Installing Modules
Overview
Slot Groups
Slot Groups for the ERX-1410 Router
Slot Groups for the ERX-7xx Models
Combinations of Line Modules In Slot Groups
OC48 Line Modules
GE-2 Line Modules
Managing Modules Using the Software
Hot-Swapping Modules
Protecting Modules and Slots
Order of Installation
Required Tools and Safety Items
Safety Guidelines
Installing SRP I/O and SRP Modules
Installing an SRP I/O Module
Installing an SRP Module
Installing Line and I/O Modules
Installing a Line Module or an I/O Module
Removing a Line Module, SRP Module, or SRP I/O Module
Installing Components for Line Module Redundancy
Installing the Line Modules
Installing the Redundancy Midplane
Installing the I/O Modules
Verifying the Installation
Configuring Line Module Redundancy
The Next Step
Cabling ERX Routers
Cabling Overview
Required Tools, Wires, and Cables
Cabling the SRP I/O Module
External Timing Ports
Management Ports
Connecting to the Network
Connecting to a Console Terminal
Cabling the Router for Power
Task 1: Turn Off All Router Power
Task 2: Connect the Grounding Cables
Task 3: Connect the Power Cables
ERX-7xx Models, ERX-14xx Models, ERX-310 Router (DC Model)
ERX-310 Router (AC Model)
Cabling I/O Modules
BNC Connectors
HSSI Connectors
RJ-45 Connectors
RJ-48C Connectors
LC Duplex Connectors
SC Duplex Connectors
SMB Connectors
X.21/V.35 Connectors
Redundant Ports
The Next Step
Powering Up ERX Routers
Before You Power Up the System
Powering Up
Initialization Sequence
Status LEDs
Powering Down
The Next Step
Accessing ERX Routers
Setting Up Management Access
Console Port Setup
Using HyperTerminal
Connecting Directly to the Router
Assigning an IP Address
Telnet Setup
SNMP
The Next Step
Maintaining ERX Routers
Required Tools and Items
Storing Modules and Components
Cleaning the System
Upgrading from Release 5.1.1 or Lower-Numbered Releases to Release 6.x.x or Higher-Numbered Releases
Upgrading NVS Cards on SRP Modules
Upgrading a System That Contains One SRP Module
Upgrading a System That Contains Two SRP Modules
Replacing an NVS Card
Upgrading Memory on SRP Modules
Displaying the Memory Installed
Removing SODIMMs
Adding New SODIMMs
Verifying the Upgrade
Replacing SFPs on I/O Modules
Removing SFPs
Installing SFPs
Verifying the Installation
Replacing Fan Trays
Removing the Fan Tray
Installing the Fan Tray
Installing a Cable-Management Bracket on ERX-7xx Models
Troubleshooting
Diagnosing Problems
Initialization Sequence
Troubleshooting Power Failures
Understanding Status LEDs to Troubleshoot
LED Identification
LED Activity
Redundancy Status
Monitoring Temperatures of Modules
Resetting Line Modules and SRP Modules
Double-Bit Errors on SRP Modules
Detecting Double-Bit Errors
Fixing Double-Bit Errors
System Specifications
ERX-14xx Models Specifications
ERX-7xx Models Specifications
ERX-310 Router Specifications
Installation Guidelines and Requirements
Your Preinstallation Responsibilities
Environmental Requirements
Regulatory Compliances
Safety Guidelines
ERX-310 Router Warnings (AC Model)
ERX-310 Power Cord Warnings (AC Model)
Power Cable Warning (Japanese)
Equipment Rack Requirements
Mechanical Requirements
Space Requirements
Proper Rack Installation
Cabling Recommendations
Product Reclamation and Recycling Program
Hardware Compliance
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
FCC Requirements for Consumer Products
Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health
Canadian Department Of Communications Radio Interference Regulations
Réglement sur le brouillage radioélectrique du ministère des communications
Industry Canada Notice CS-03
Avis CS-03 d'Industrie Canada
D.O.C. Explanatory Notes: Equipment Attachment Limitations
Notes explicatives du ministère des Communications: limites visant les accessoires
EC Declaration of Conformity
Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Statement for Japan
Cable Pinouts
SRP I/O Module
CT1 and CE1 I/O Modules
Contacting Customer Support and Returning Hardware
Contacting Customer Support
Return Procedure
Locating Component Serial Numbers
Information You Might Need to Supply to JTAC
Tools and Parts Required
Returning Products for Repair or Replacement
Packing Instructions for Returning a Chassis
Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
Index
Index


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