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Cisco MCS 7890-C1Business Edition 3000

Appliance User Guide

Published: November 4, 2011

This document contains brief, concise instructions that tell you how to install the MCS 7890-C1quickly.

This document includes the following topics:

Before You Begin, page 1

Unpacking the MCS 7890-C1, page 2

Mounting the MCS 7890-C1, page 4

Connecting the MCS 7890-C1, page 6

Starting the MCS 7890-C1, page 9

Before You Begin

The Cisco MCS 7890-C1is aneasy-to-manage,purpose-builtappliance that integrates the benefits of media processing (for voice calling and mobility) and digital circuit gateway functionality on a single system. Consolidating these functions creates acost-effectivesolution that is simple to set up, manage, and use, thereby lowering total cost of ownership and providing a smooth migration from older, outdated telephony systems to IP communications.

Designed for midmarket organizations with smaller IT staffs, the solution provides investment protection with the capacity to grow to up to 300 employees (400 endpoints) and ten total sites (nine remote sites). The Cisco MCS 7890-C1comes preinstalled with the Cisco Business Edition 3000 software, integrated dual T1/E1public-switched-telephone-network(PSTN) interfaces, and aneasy-to-useadministration and provisioning interface.

Cisco supplies the MCS 7890-C1in a single package that contains the items that are listed in theUnpacking the MCS 7890-C1 section. Make sure all of the parts are in the package. Never use defective parts. Never replace a part that is listed in theUnpacking the MCS 7890-C1 section with a different type of part. If any item that is listed in theUnpacking the MCS 7890-C1 section is damaged or missing, contact your Cisco representative at your earliest convenience.

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Unpacking the MCS 7890-C1

In addition to the items that are listed in the Unpacking the MCS 7890-C1 section, you need to have the following things to install the MCS7890-C1:

Phillips screwdriver

19-inchrack (forrack-mounting)

Wall (for wall-mounting)

Scratch awl or other sharp pointed object (for wall-mounting)

Electric drill with a 0.3-inch-diameter(7.5-mm-diameter)drill bit (forwall-mounting)

Warning Installation of the equipment must comply with local and national electrical codes.

Unpacking the MCS 7890-C1

The MCS 7890-C1package includes the following components:

MCS 7890-C1

Accessory kit

Rack-mountingkit

Wall-mountingkit

Table 1 lists the items in the MCS7890-C1accessory kit.

Table 1

Accessory Kit Contents

 

 

 

 

Description

 

Quantity

 

 

RJ-45toRJ-45Ethernet cable

1

 

 

Power cable retainer

1

 

 

Removable USB flash drive (4 GB)

1

 

 

Removable USB flash drive key (8 GB)

1

 

 

Cable management tie wrap

1

 

 

Rack-mountingkit (seeTable 2 on page 3)

1

 

 

Wall-mountingkit (seeTable 3 on page 3)

1

 

 

 

Wire mounts

 

2

 

 

Screws for wire mount

2

 

 

 

Cable mounts

 

2

 

 

CD/DVD containing documentation, RCSI

1

information, and warranty

 

 

 

Cisco Business Edition 3000 software DVD

1

 

 

 

Note The power cable is not included in the accessory kit. Customers place their order for acountry-specificpower cable when they place their order for the MCS7890-C1.

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Figure 1

MCS 7890-C1Equipment

POWER

SYSTEM

CONNECTION

T1/E1 1

ALARM

CONNECTION

T1/E1 0

ALARM

1

2

3

5

 

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6

7

8

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Table 2 lists the items in the MCS7890-C1rack-mountingkit.

Table 2

Rack-MountingKit Contents

 

 

 

 

 

Description

 

 

Quantity

 

 

Rack mount brackets (see item no. 4 in Figure 1)

2

 

 

Screw: M4, L8, Phillips head (see item no. 5 in Figure 1)

4

 

 

 

 

Screw kit

 

Cage nut (see item no. 8 in Figure 1)

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Screw (see item no. 6 in Figure 1)

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plastic washer (see item no. 7 in Figure 1)

4

 

 

 

 

Table 3 on page 3 lists the items in the MCS7890-C1wall-mountingkit.

Table 3

Wall-MountingKit Contents

 

 

 

 

Description

 

Quantity

 

 

General tapping screw (see item no. 10 in Figure 1 on page 3)

4

 

 

General plastic anchor (see item no. 11 in Figure 1 on page 3)

4

 

 

Drywall tapping screw (see item no. 9 in Figure 1 on page 3)

4

 

 

 

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Table 3

Wall-MountingKit Contents (continued)

 

 

 

 

Description

 

Quantity

 

 

Drywall plastic anchor (see item no. 12 in Figure 1 on page 3)

4

 

 

Wall-mountingtemplate

1

1

 

CABLE SIDE ENTRY

 

THIS SIDE AWAY FROM MOUNTING SURFACE

2

 

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Mounting the MCS 7890-C1

This section includes the following MCS 7890-C1topics:

Rack-Mounting

Wall-Mounting, page 6

Rack-Mounting

Perform the following procedure to mount the MCS 7890-C1in a19-inchrack. You use items from therack-mountingkit described inTable 2 on page 3.

Procedure

Step 1 Use screws to attach therack-mountbrackets to the left and right sides of the MCS7890-C1asFigure 2 on page 4 shows.

Figure 2

Attaching Rack-MountBrackets to the MCS7890-C1

 

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T1/E1 2

 

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Step 2 On the brackets you attached inStep 1, choose which pairs of holes you want to use. AsFigure 3 shows, you can choose either top holes (Type 1) or bottom holes (Type 2). Use Type 1 holes if you want to align the MCS7890-C1under the bottom of other equipment in the rack. Use Type 2 holes if you want to align the MCS7890-C1over the top of other equipment in the rack.

Figure 3

Hole Types

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Step 3 Attach the MCS7890-C1to the19-inchrack by using the contents of the screw kit (cage nut, screw, and plastic washer) through the four holes you choose to use as shown inFigure 4 on page 5.

Figure 4

Using the Screw Kit Contents

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Wall-Mounting

Perform the following procedure to mount the MCS 7890-C1.You use items from thewall-mountingkit described inTable 3 on page 3.

Procedure

Step 1 Take thewall-mountingtemplate and temporarily attach it to the wall on which you want to mount the MCS7890-C1.Attach the template to the wall so that the image of the MCS7890-C1appears in the exact place where you want to mount the MCS7890-C1.

Step 2 Locate the four dark circles on thewall-mountingtemplate. Locate the lines that intersect inside these dark circles. At each point where the lines intersect inside these dark circles, use a scratch awl or other sharp pointed object to punch a hole through thewall-mountingtemplate to mark the spot on the wall where you want to drill a hole for a mounting screw.

Step 3 Remove thewall-mountingtemplate from the wall. At each of the four spots you marked inStep 2, drill a hole with a0.3-inch-diameter(7.5-mm-diameter)drill bit. Drill each hole at least 1.37 in. (35 mm) deep.

Step 4 Into each hole that you drilled inStep 3, insert a plastic anchor so that the opening of the anchor is flush with the wall surface.

Step 5 Into each plastic anchor that you inserted inStep 4, insert a tapping screw. Screw in the tapping screw so that there is 0.09 inches (1.5 mm) of space between the wall and the back of the screw head.

Step 6 Hang the MCS7890-C1on the wall. To do this, perform the following procedure:

a.Hold the MCS 7890-C1in both of your hands with the Cisco logo facing you and the MCS7890-C1LEDs along the bottom edge.

b.Approach the wall that you inserted the tapping screws into.

c.Align the tapping screws with the round holes in the back of the MCS 7890-C1.Press the MCS7890-C1toward the wall so that the heads of the tapping screws enter the round holes.

d.Move the MCS 7890-C1slowly down the wall. Allow the MCS7890-C1to come to rest securely on the tapping screws.

Connecting the MCS 7890-C1

Figure 5 on page 7 shows the various ports on the back panel of the MCS7890-C1.SeeTable 4 on page 7 for descriptions of each of the numbers.

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Figure 5

MCS 7890-C1Back Panel

5

7

10

T1/E1 1

T1/E1 2

1 2 3 46 8

9

11

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Table 4

MCS 7890-C1Back Panel

 

 

#

Description

 

 

1

T1/E1 interface

 

 

2

T1/E1 interface

 

 

3

Audio line-ininterface

 

 

4

USB (use for keyboard, mouse and USB dongle)

 

 

5

RJ45 interface

 

 

6

USB (use for keyboard, mouse and USB dongle)

 

 

7

DB-9console/auxiliary interface or console port

 

 

8

VGA interface

 

 

9

Fan with grill

 

 

10

Back panel power switch (there is also a front

 

panel power button)

 

 

11

AC power connector

 

 

 

Use the power cable retainer (1) to prevent the accidental removal of the power cable (2), as shown in Figure 6 on page 8.

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Figure 6

Power Cable Retainer

1

2

Screw the wire mounts onto the back wall of the MCS 7890-C1,then lace the cables into the wire mounts, as shown inFigure 7.

Figure 7

Wire Mounts

 

T1/E1 1

T1/E1 2

T1/E1 2

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Finally, wrap the cables together using the cable management tie wrap (1), as shown in Figure 8.

Figure 8

Cable Management Tie Wrap

1

T1/E1 1 T1/E1 2

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Warning For connections outside the building where the equipment is installed, the following ports must be connected through an approved network termination unit with integral circuit protection: E1/T1

Warning This product requiresshort-circuit(overcurrent) protection, to be provided as part of the building installation. Install only in accordance with national and local wiring regulations.

Warning Theplug-socketcombination must be accessible at all times, because it serves as the main disconnecting device.

Warning This equipment must be grounded. Never detach the ground conductor or operate the equipment in the absence of a suitably installed ground conductor. Contact the appropriate electrical inspection authority or an electrician if you are uncertain that suitable grounding is available.

Warning When installing the product, use the provided or designated connection cables/power cables/AC adaptors/batteries. Using any other cables/adaptors could cause a malfunction or a fire. Electrical Appliance and Material Safety Law prohibits the use ofUL-certifiedcables (that have “UL” or “CSA” shown on the cord), not regulated with the subject law by showing "PSE" on the cord, for any other electrical devices than products designated by Cisco.

Warning This is a class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference - in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

Starting the MCS 7890-C1

Perform the following procedure to start the MCS 7890-C1.

Procedure

Step 1 Move the MCS7890-C1back panel power switch to the on position (“|”).

Step 2 The front power button illuminates, as shown inFigure 9 on page 10. If the light fails to illuminate, press the front power button.

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Figure 9

MCS 7890-C1Front Power Button

Step 3 Perform the procedure described in the “How do I sign in to the interfaces?” section of the

Administration Guide for Cisco Business Edition 3000.

Note To shut down the MCS 7890 gracefully, press the front power button once and release immediately. If the system does not shut down using this method, press the front power button and hold for 5 seconds until the system is forced to power off.

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Any Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and phone numbers used in this document are not intended to be actual addresses and phone numbers. Any examples, command display output, network topology diagrams, and other figures included in the document are shown for illustrative purposes only. Any use of actual IP addresses or phone numbers in illustrative content is unintentional and coincidental.

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