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Cisco 6500 E-Series Chassis Up-grade. Presented by Del Harris. Covered Today. Replacement Preparation Replacement Post Replacement Clean-up. Replacement Preparation. Document Limitations. Procedure assumes: New chassis has been ordered and has been received from Cisco.

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covered today
Covered Today
  • Replacement Preparation
  • Replacement
  • Post Replacement Clean-up
document limitations

Document Limitations

Procedure assumes:

New chassis has been ordered and has been received from Cisco.

typical replacement team execution
Typical Replacement Team & Execution
  • Chassis replacement requires at least two people minimum, with three people as optimum.
    • One person to coordinate the switch chassis hardware setup, IOS configuration, chassis installation activation monitoring and if needed activation changes.
    • Two people to coordinate switch label preparation and chassis installation.
  • Chassis replacement outage with new supplies and additional new cards, typically so far has taken two hours to complete.
  • Schedule outage for 2.5 to 3.0 hours and send outage change control.
  • Outage notification should include link to Switch ports, should NCAB & NNAG individuals a specific map of the outage area.
preparation to switch receiving new chassis up grade
Preparation to switch receiving new chassis up-grade
  • Verify cable labeling at switch: Should have good readability and accuracy
    • Sup. cards
      • Fiber (Trunks)
      • UTP (Console)
    • Fiber cards
      • User\Machine direct
        • Verify accuracy of label
      • Intermediate Patch (Cisco to distribution panel)
        • Card\slot and group sequence label
        • Individual port sequence labels
    • UTP cards
      • User\Machine direct
        • Verify accuracy of label
      • Intermediate Patch (Cisco to distribution panel)
        • Card\slot and Group sequence label
        • Individual port sequence labels
    • Power Supplies
      • Power Cords
        • UPS or building (Shows supply positions)
new switch chassis preparation
New Switch Chassis Preparation
  • Unpack (But leave on delivered pallet)
  • Mount rack ears if not already.
    • Do not install supplied cable management under rack ears, unless installing chassis where no rack cable management is provided.
  • Install Fan Blade
  • Label Chassis
    • Switch ID
    • Slot ID’s
  • Install any new cards at final locations in chassis if part of up-grade.
  • Do not install new power supplies yet, if part of up-grade.
  • Deliver Chassis and supplies to switch up-grade location.
prior to outage
Prior to outage
  • Save switch configuration to flash
  • Optional: Print a copy of switch port configuration, from the NETS port lists.
    • Have during chassis replacement.
chassis replacement
Chassis Replacement
  • Call NOC before starting work.
  • Shut off power supplies.
  • Start removing cables from the top of the switch and working toward the bottom.
    • Be careful to keep fiber ends clean.
  • Remove the chassis rack screws.
    • Do Not remove the lower screws in the chassis tray.
  • Remove the chassis ground cable.
  • Remove the switch power supplies.
  • Secure all cables back so cards and switch can be removed from tray.
chassis replacement11
Chassis Replacement
  • With non E chassis switch still in rack in it’s tray, set up static system and transfer cards to new E-chassis in same slot positions.
  • Install new E-chassis with cards in rack tray.
  • Secure new E-chassis with rack screws.
  • Install power supplies and chassis ground cable
  • Start installing cables from the bottom of the switch and working toward the top.
chassis replacement power up
Chassis Replacement & Power-up
  • Have second person verify re-cabling.
  • Setup boot monitor via the console or Network and power-up.
  • If needed upon boot completion, update switch configuration for any new card changes during up-grade.
  • Monitor to see if POE devices, VOIP and AP’s, come up.
  • Call the NOC to verify, Nagios for active alarms related to closet.
  • Reply to Outage Notice that work is complete.
post replacement
Post Replacement
  • Verify all up-graded switch cabling is re-managed and management covers are in place.
  • Clean up floor of any debris and remove any unnecessary tools or documents.
  • Place the old chassis and power supplies on the empty E-chassis shipping pallet and transport non E-chassis and hardware back to ML-34, for trade in.
procedure document

Procedure Document

Cisco Chassis Replacement Procedure

http://www.cisl.ucar.edu/nets/devices/eswitches/chassis-replace.html