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Repackaging the Router

Revised: February 12, 2008, OL-xxxxx-xx

Introduction

This appendix describes two separate but related router repackaging tasks:

How to remove the router from the equipment rack and repackage the router for shipment if it becomes necessary to transport it to another location or return it to Cisco Systems.

How to repackage a defective chassis to return it to the factory.

Where appropriate, you are referred to specific procedures in Chapter 3, “Installing the Router,”andChapter 5, “Maintaining the Router.”

This appendix contains the following sections:

Repackaging the Routers, page A-1

Repackaging the Replaced Router Chassis, page A-24

Repackaging the Routers

This section describes how to remove the entire router system from the equipment rack and repackage the router should it become necessary to transport it to another location or return it to Cisco Systems.

 

 

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This section contains the following information and procedures:

The Router Shipping Package, page A-2

Tools and Equipment, page A-6

Safety Recommendations, page A-6

Removing the Router from the Rack, page A-7

Installing the Router on the Shipping Pallet, page A-16

Completing the Repackaging, page A-23

Note You must use the original shipping package supplied by Cisco when repackaging the router. If you do not have the original system package, contact your

Cisco service representative for assistance.

The Router Shipping Package

Figure A-1 shows the router in an exploded view of the parts making up the shipping package components.

Because of the weight and height of the router, the router shipping pallet incorporates a scissor-jackplatform. Thisscissor-jackplatform enables a team of two installers to remove afully-loadedrouter from the pallet and insert it into an equipment rack, or extract a fully loaded router from a rack, without removing any of the components from the router chassis.

The router should be bagged to protect it against dust and electrostatic discharge (ESD) and secured to the scissor-jackplatform by four anchor clips. The anchor clips are inserted into slots along the bottom edges of the router chassis side panels and secured to thescissor-jackplatform by four bolts. In turn, thescissor-jackplatform is secured to the shipping pallet by eighthold-downbrackets that are bolted to the top of the shipping pallet.

The shipping pallet consists of a U-shapedwood and foam pallet body and a wood and foam pallet front bar. The pallet front bar fastens to the open end of the pallet body to create the fourth bearing surface for thescissor-jackplatform and to complete the base needed to support the walls of the shipping container.

 

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When the router and scissor-jackplatform are installed on the pallet, the router andscissor-jackplatform are suspended over the well formed by the pallet body and pallet front bar. When thescissor-jackplatform is expanded to lower the platform base and support the weight of the router, the bolts securing thehold-downbrackets to the top of the pallet can be removed. After the brackets have been detached from the pallet, the router andscissor-jackplatform can be separated from the pallet by removing the pallet front bar from the pallet body and pulling the pallet body away from thescissor-jackplatform.

The side walls of the shipping container are formed by two U-shaped,interlocking corrugated panels. The panels overlap to form the narrow ends of the container and are locked together by twelve plastic locking clips inserted into holes in the corrugated panels. Two foam inserts fit around the top of the router to act as a protective cushion and add rigidity to the packaging scheme by serving as a fixed buffer between the router, the corrugated side walls of the shipping container, and the corrugated top cap that holds the side walls in place. With the corrugated top cap installed, the entire shipping package isdouble-strappedend-to-endandside-to-sideto secure the shipping container and its contents to the pallet.

 

 

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Figure A-1Router Shipping Package Components

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Top cap

Foam cap

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Accessories package

Pallet

 

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The accessories for the router ship in five boxes that are assembled into a package. (See Figure A-2.)The accessories package is packed against the back panel of the router on the extended deck of the pallet body.

Figure A-2Router Accessories Package

Corrugated

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Top cap

Cable trough

Center-mountrack-mountingbrackets

Bottom cap

Accessory box

Cable

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Rack-mountingplatform

Foam

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