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PrefaceObtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and SecurityGuidelines                 For information about obtaining ...
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Chapter 2     Setting Up the Chassis                                                                                      ...
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Chapter 2     Setting Up the Chassis                                                                                      ...
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Chapter 2     Setting Up the Chassis                                                                                      ...
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Chapter 3     Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack                                                              ...
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Chapter 3     Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack                                                              ...
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Chapter 3     Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack                                                              ...
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Chapter 3     Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack                                                              ...
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Chapter 3     Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack                                                              ...
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  1. 1. Cisco Physical Security Multi ServicesPlatform User GuideModels CIVS-MSP-1RU, CIVS-MSP-2RU, and CIVS-MSP-4RUAmericas HeadquartersCisco Systems, Inc.170 West Tasman DriveSan Jose, CA 95134-1706USAhttp://www.cisco.comTel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387)Fax: 408 527-0883Text Part Number: OL-17301-03
  2. 2. NOTICE. ALL STATEMENTS, INFORMATION, AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN THIS MANUAL ARE BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE BUT ARE PRESENTEDWITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. USERS MUST TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR APPLICATION OF ANY PRODUCTS.THE SOFTWARE LICENSE AND LIMITED WARRANTY FOR THE ACCOMPANYING PRODUCT ARE SET FORTH IN THE INFORMATION PACKET THATSHIPPED WITH THE PRODUCT AND ARE INCORPORATED HEREIN BY THIS REFERENCE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO LOCATE THE SOFTWARE LICENSEOR LIMITED WARRANTY, CONTACT YOUR CISCO REPRESENTATIVE FOR A COPY.The Cisco implementation of TCP header compression is an adaptation of a program developed by the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) as part of UCB’s publicdomain version of the UNIX operating system. All rights reserved. Copyright © 1981, Regents of the University of California.NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER WARRANTY HEREIN, ALL DOCUMENT FILES AND SOFTWARE OF THESE SUPPLIERS ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHALL FAULTS. CISCO AND THE ABOVE-NAMED SUPPLIERS DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUTLIMITATION, THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OR ARISING FROM A COURSE OFDEALING, USAGE, OR TRADE PRACTICE.IN NO EVENT SHALL CISCO OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING,WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS OR LOSS OR DAMAGE TO DATA ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS MANUAL, EVEN IF CISCOOR ITS SUPPLIERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.CCDE, CCENT, CCSI, Cisco Eos, Cisco HealthPresence, Cisco IronPort, the Cisco logo, Cisco Nurse Connect, Cisco Pulse, Cisco SensorBase, Cisco StackPower,Cisco StadiumVision, Cisco TelePresence, Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco WebEx, DCE, Flip Channels, Flip for Good, Flip Mino, Flipshare (Design), Flip Ultra,Flip Video, Flip Video (Design), Instant Broadband, and Welcome to the Human Network are trademarks; Changing the Way We Work, Live, Play, and Learn, Cisco Capital,Cisco Capital (Design), Cisco:Financed (Stylized), Cisco Store, Flip Gift Card, and One Million Acts of Green are service marks; and Access Registrar, Aironet, AllTouch,AsyncOS, Bringing the Meeting To You, Catalyst, CCDA, CCDP, CCIE, CCIP, CCNA, CCNP, CCSP, CCVP, Cisco, the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert logo,Cisco IOS, Cisco Lumin, Cisco Nexus, Cisco Press, Cisco Systems, Cisco Systems Capital, the Cisco Systems logo, Cisco Unity, Collaboration Without Limitation,Continuum, EtherFast, EtherSwitch, Event Center, Explorer, Follow Me Browsing, GainMaker, iLYNX, IOS, iPhone, IronPort, the IronPort logo, Laser Link, LightStream,Linksys, MeetingPlace, MeetingPlace Chime Sound, MGX, Networkers, Networking Academy, PCNow, PIX, PowerKEY, PowerPanels, PowerTV, PowerTV (Design),PowerVu, Prisma, ProConnect, ROSA, SenderBase, SMARTnet, Spectrum Expert, StackWise, WebEx, and the WebEx logo are registered trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc.and/or its affiliates in the United States and certain other countries.All other trademarks mentioned in this document or website are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationshipbetween Cisco and any other company. (0910R)Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User GuideCopyright © 2008, 2009, 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. CONTENTS Preface v Overview v Organization v Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines viCHAPTER 1 Overview 1-1 Important Safety Information 1-1 Multi Services Platform Products 1-1 System Interface 1-2 Control Panel Buttons and LEDs 1-2 Drive Carrier LEDs 1-3CHAPTER 2 Setting Up the Chassis 2-1 Removing the Chassis Cover 2-1 Installing Hard Drives 2-2 Removing a Hard Drive Tray from the Chassis 2-3 Installing a Hard Drive in the Hard Drive Tray 2-4 Installing a System Fan 2-5 Replacing a Power Supply 2-6 Replacing an Option Card 2-6 Checking Air Flow 2-7CHAPTER 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack 3-1 Preparing for Installation 3-1 Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting System 3-2 Installing Square Hole to Round Hole Adapters (Optional) 3-3 Releasing the Inner Rails 3-5 Attaching the Inner Rails to the Multi Services Platform 3-6 Attaching the Outer Rails to a Rack 3-7 Placing the Multi Services Platform in the Rack 3-8 Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting System 3-9 Attaching the Inner Rack Rails to the Multi Services Platform 3-10 Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 iii
  4. 4. Contents Attaching the Outer Rack Rails to the Rack 3-11 Placing the Multi Services Platform in the Rack 3-12APPENDIX A System Specifications A-1 General Specifications A-1 Power Supply Specifications A-2APPENDIX B Fiber Channel Card B-1APPENDIX C 16 x CIF / 4 x 4CIF Video Capture Card C-1 Video Inputs C-1 Power and System Requirements C-2INDEX Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide iv OL-17301-03
  5. 5. PrefaceOverview This document describes how to install the Cisco Multi Services Platform devices and how to perform the initial set up of these devices. It provides information for the following Multi Services Platform models: • CIVS-MSP-1RU—1 rack unit (RU) chassis with motherboard, 300 W power supply, and CPU. (Drives and option cards are available separately.) • CIVS-MSP-2RU—2 RU chassis with motherboard, RAID controller, 900 W power supply, and CPU. (Drives and option cards are available separately.) • CIVS-MSP-4RU—4 RU chassis with motherboard, RAID controller, 900 W power supply, and CPU. (Drives and option cards are available separately.) This document it is intended for experienced system integrators and technicians.Organization This document is organized as follows: Chapter 1, “Overview” Provides information about the Multi Services Platform features, chassis, and system interface Chapter 2, “Setting Up the Chassis” Describes how to perform a variety of set up and hardware maintenance procedures for Multi Services Platform Chapter 3, “Mounting the Multi Services Explains how to install the Multi Services Platform in Platform in a Rack” a rack Appendix A, “System Specifications” Provides general and power supply specifications for the Multi Services Platform Appendix B, “Fiber Channel Card” Provides information about the optional fiber channel card, which enables fibre channel connectivity to external storage arrays Appendix C, “16 x CIF / 4 x 4CIF Video Provides information about the optional 16 x CIF / 4 Capture Card” x 4CIF video capture card, which enables capturing and compressing analog video streams Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 v
  6. 6. PrefaceObtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and SecurityGuidelines For information about obtaining documentation, submitting a service request, and gathering additional information, see the monthly What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation, which also lists all new and revised Cisco technical documentation, at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/general/whatsnew/whatsnew.html Subscribe to the What’s New in Cisco Product Documentation as a Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feed and set content to be delivered directly to your desktop using a reader application. The RSS feeds are a free service and Cisco currently supports RSS version 2.0. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide vi OL-17301-03
  7. 7. CH A P T E R 1 Overview The Cisco Multi Services Platform models are high-performance servers designed for use in IP video surveillance environments. The servers provide high quality surveillance recording with embedded storage and are available in a variety of configurations. This chapter includes these sections: • Important Safety Information, page 1-1 • Multi Services Platform Products, page 1-1 • System Interface, page 1-2Important Safety Information To prevent potential serious injury to yourself and others and to protect your Multi Services Platform device, make sure to read and understand in the compliance, safety, statutory, and related in formation information in Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Cisco Multi Services Platform before you set up, install, or operate the device.Multi Services Platform Products The Cisco Multi Services Platform comprises a suite of server platforms that offer choices for digital recording and playback of video and audio over an IP network. The Multi Services Platform includes the following models: • 1 rack unit (RU) Multi Services Platform, model CIVS-MSP-1RU—An entry-level device that supports up to four 750 GB or 1 TB SATA hard drives and 1 full height, 3/4 length PCI-x or PCI-e card. • 2 RU Multi Services Platform, model CIVS-MSP-2RU—Supports up to twelve 750 GB or 1 TB SATA hard drives and up to 3 full length, half height PCI-e cards. • 4 RU Multi Services Platform, model CIVS-MSP-4RU—Supports up to twenty-four 750 GB or 1 TB SATA hard drives and up to 3 full length, full height PCI-e cards or up to 2 full length, full height PCI-x cards. Key features include: • 300 W high-efficiency power supply on 1 RU model, and 900 W high-efficiency power supply with redundancy option on 2 RU and 4 RU models Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 1-1
  8. 8. Chapter 1 Overview System Interface • High-performance fans with built-in redundancy for optimized cooling • PCI-x and PCI-e expansion slots that support fiber channel interfaces and video encoding cards • Hot-swappable SATA hard disk drivesSystem Interface The Multi Services Platform includes a variety of controls and LED indicators that help you manage and monitor the system. The following sections describe these items in detail: • Control Panel Buttons and LEDs, page 1-2 • Drive Carrier LEDs, page 1-3Control Panel Buttons and LEDs Table 1-1 describes the controls and LEDs on the front panel of the Multi Services Platform. Table 1-1 Multi Services Platform Controls and LEDs Control Description Buttons Reset button Press this button to reboot the Multi Services Platform. This button is recessed on 2 RU and 4 RU models. Use a pin or paperclip to press it on these devices. Power button Press this button to apply or remove power from the Multi Services Platform. To perform a normal, graceful shutdown of the device, press and release the button quickly. To shut down the device immediately, press and hold the button for 4 seconds. Turning off system power with this button removes the main power but keeps standby power supplied to the system. Warning Because the device receives standby power even when it is turned off, unplug device from its power source before servicing it. LEDs Power Failure LED Flashes to indicate a power failure in a power supply. Glows red if a power supply loses power on a device with two power supplies. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 1-2 OL-17301-03
  9. 9. Chapter 1 Overview System Interface Table 1-1 Multi Services Platform Controls and LEDs (continued) Control Description Overheat/Fan Fail Flashes to indicate a fan failure. Lights continuously to indicate an overheat LED condition. An overheat condition can be caused by cables obstructing the airflow in the system or by the ambient room temperature being too warm. If this condition occurs, check the routing of the cables, make sure that all fans are installed and operating normally, make sure that the chassis covers are installed, and verify that the heat sinks are installed properly. NIC 1 LED Flashes to indicate network activity on network interface card (NIC) 1. NIC 2 LED Flashes to indicate network activity on network interface card (NIC) 2. HDD LED Lights to indicate hard disk drive activity. Power LED Lights when the Multi Services Platform power supplies receive power. This LED should be lit during normal system operation.Drive Carrier LEDs The drive carriers on the Multi Services Platform include these LEDs: • Green (on 1 RU model) or Blue (on 2 RU and 4 RU models)—Lights to indicate drive activity • Red—Lights to indicate a drive failure Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 1-3
  10. 10. Chapter 1 OverviewSystem Interface Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide1-4 OL-17301-03
  11. 11. CH A P T E R 2 Setting Up the Chassis This chapter describes how to perform a variety of set up and hardware maintenance procedures for the the Multi Services Platform. It includes these sections: • Removing the Chassis Cover, page 2-1 • Installing Hard Drives, page 2-2 • Installing a System Fan, page 2-5 • Replacing a Power Supply, page 2-6 • Replacing an Option Card, page 2-6 • Checking Air Flow, page 2-7Removing the Chassis Cover You must remove the chassis cover before installing internal hard drives or fans and before performing various maintenance operations. To remove the chassis cover, see Figure 2-1 and perform the procedure that follows. Note This figure illustrates the 4 RU model. The procedure is similar on 1 RU and 2 RU models. Caution Except for a short time, do not operation the Multi Services Platform with the chassis cover removed. The chassis cover must be in place to allow proper air flow and prevent overheating. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 2-1
  12. 12. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Chassis Installing Hard Drives Figure 2-1 Removing the Chassis Cover Procedure Step 1 If necessary, remove the screws that secure the chassis cover to each side of the chassis. Step 2 Press and hold each release tab on the top of the chassis cover, slide the chassis cover toward the rear of the device, and lift it off. To replace the chassis cover, slide the chassis cover toward the front of the device until the release tabs engage. If you removed the screws that secure the chassis cover, replace these screws.Installing Hard Drives Installing a hard drive is a two-step process: 1. First, remove from the chassis the hard drive tray in which you will install the drive. 2. Next, install a drive in the hard drive tray. The following sections describe these procedure in detail. • Removing a Hard Drive Tray from the Chassis, page 2-3 • Installing a Hard Drive in the Hard Drive Tray, page 2-4 Note Use only Cisco approved hard drives in the chassis. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 2-2 OL-17301-03
  13. 13. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Chassis Installing Hard DrivesRemoving a Hard Drive Tray from the Chassis To remove a hard drive from the chassis, see Figure 2-2 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 2-2 Removing a Hard Drive Tray 1 Drive tray 2 Dummy drive retaining screws 3 Dummy drive 4 Release button Procedure Step 1 Press the release button on the drive tray. The drive tray handle extends. Step 2 Use the drive tray handle to pull the drive out of the chassis. To replace the drive tray, push it into the chassis and press the drive tray handle to lock it in place. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 2-3
  14. 14. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Chassis Installing Hard DrivesInstalling a Hard Drive in the Hard Drive Tray To install a hard drive into a hard drive tray, see Figure 2-3 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 2-3 Installing a Hard Drive 1 Drive tray 2 Hard drive 3 Hard drive retaining screws 4 Flat, stable surface Procedure Step 1 Remove the two dummy drive retaining screws (see Figure 2-2) and remove the dummy drive. Step 2 Place the hard drive tray on a flat, stable surface such as a desk, table, or workbench. Step 3 Slide the hard drive into the hard drive tray. The printed circuit board side of the hard drive must face down. Step 4 Align the mounting holes of the hard drive tray with the hard drive. Make sure that the bottom of the hard drive and the bottom of the hard drive tray are flush. Step 5 Secure the six hard drive retaining screws. Step 6 Replace the hard drive tray in the chassis. Make sure to secure the drive tray by using the drive tray handle. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 2-4 OL-17301-03
  15. 15. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Chassis Installing a System FanInstalling a System Fan The Multi Services Platform 2 RU and 4 RU models include front fans and rear fans. The 1 RU model includes front fans only. Fans are hot swappable, which allows you to replace one fan at a time while the Multi Services Platform is powered on. To install fans, see Figure 2-4 and perform the procedure that follows. Note This figure illustrates the 4 RU model. Figure 2-4 Installing a Rear Fan Procedure Step 1 Remove the chassis cover as described in the “Removing the Chassis Cover” section on page 2-1. Step 2 To remove a fan, press and hold the release tab at the top of the fan and pull the fan straight up. Step 3 To install a fan, slide the fan into a fan slot until it locks into place. The fan fits in only one way. Step 4 Replace the chassis cover. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 2-5
  16. 16. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Chassis Replacing a Power SupplyReplacing a Power Supply The Multi Services Platform 2 RU and 4 RU models support a second power supply for redundancy, which allow the devices to continue to operate if one power supplies fails. If a power supply does fail, you should replace it as soon as possible. Power supplies are hot swappable, which allows you to replace one power supply at a time while the Multi Services Platform is powered on. Note When you replace a power supply, make sure to replace it with the same model. To replace a power supply, follow these steps: Procedure Step 1 Remove the AC power cord from the power supply that you are replacing. Step 2 Push the release tab on the back of the power supply. Step 3 Pull the power supply out using the handle that is provided. Step 4 Push the new power supply into the power bay until you hear a click. Step 5 Plug the AC power cord back into the supply.Replacing an Option Card Your Cisco Multi Services Platform device may include one or more options cards, depending on the hardware configuration that you ordered. This section describes the procedure that you should follow if you need to replace a card. When you replace a card, follow these guidelines: • Replace the card with the same or equivalent model. • Put the replacement card in the slot from which you remove the old card. • Observe appropriate handling procedures to prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) damage to a card. To prevent static damage, discharge static electricity from your body before you touch a card. You can do so by touching an unpainted metal surface on the chassis. In addition, you can take the following steps to prevent damage from ESD: – Wear an ESD-preventive wrist or ankle strap when handling the card. Connect one end of the strap to an ESD jack or an unpainted metal component on the system (such as a captive installation screw). – Do not remove a card from its antistatic packing material until you are ready to install the card. Just before unwrapping the antistatic packaging, make sure to discharge static electricity from your body. Place the removed component on an antistatic surface or in a static shielding bag. – Handle a card in a static-safe area. If possible, use antistatic floor pads and workbench pads. – Avoid contact between a card and clothing. The wrist strap only protects the card from ESD voltages on the body. ESD voltages on clothing can still cause damage. To replace an option card, follow these steps: Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 2-6 OL-17301-03
  17. 17. Chapter 2 Setting Up the Chassis Checking Air Flow Procedure Step 1 Press the Power button on the front panel of the Multi Services Platform to power down the device, then remove the AC power cord from the power supply. Step 2 Remove the chassis cover as described in the “Removing the Chassis Cover” section on page 2-1. Step 3 Remove the screw that secures the option card to the chassis. Step 4 Remove the option card from the chassis. Step 5 Carefully place the replacement card into the slot from which you removed the old card. Make sure that the replacement card is fully seated in the slot. Step 6 Secure the replacement card to the chassis using the screw that you removed in Step 3. Step 7 Replace the chassis cover.Checking Air Flow It is important to maintain proper air flow in and around the Multi Services Platform so that the device operates properly and does not overheat. To ensure proper air flow, follow these guidelines: • Make sure that no objects obstruct the air flow into and out of the device. If necessary, route cables through the cable rack. • Do not operate the device without hard drives or drive trays in the drive bays. • Make sure that no wires or foreign objects obstruct air flow through the chassis. Pull excess cabling out of the air flow path or use shorter cables. • Do not operate the device for extended periods without the air shroud in place. • Use only recommended server parts. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User GuideOL-17301-03 2-7
  18. 18. Chapter 2 Setting Up the ChassisChecking Air Flow Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide2-8 OL-17301-03
  19. 19. CH A P T E R 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack The Multi Services Platform is designed to be installed in a standard 19-inch rack. The server ships with one set of rail assemblies and the mounting screws that you need to secure the server in a rack. This chapter describes how to rack mount the Multi Services Platform. It includes these sections: • Preparing for Installation, page 3-1 • Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting System, page 3-2 • Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting System, page 3-9Preparing for Installation Before you install the Multi Services Platform in a rack, review the following guidelines: Choosing a Location • Leave enough clearance in front of the rack to enable you to open its front door completely (approximately 25 inches). • Leave approximately 30 inches of clearance in back of the rack to allow for sufficient air flow and ease of servicing. • The Multi Services Platform is intended for installation in a restricted access location, such as a dedicated equipment room or service closet. Rack Precautions • Ensure that the leveling jacks on the bottom of the rack are extended to the floor with the full weight of the rack resting on them. • In a single rack installation, attach stabilizers to the rack. • In a multiple rack installation, couple the racks to each other. • Make sure that the rack is stable before extending a component from the rack. • Extend only one component from a rack at a time. Extending two or more components may cause the rack to become unstable. General Precautions • Review the electrical and general safety precautions that come with the components that you add to your chassis. • Determine the placement of each component in the rack before you install the rails. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 3-1
  20. 20. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting System • Install the heaviest components on the bottom of the rack first, then work up. • Use a regulating uninterruptible power supply (UPS) to protect a device from power surges, and voltage spikes and to keep the device operating if a power failure occurs. • Close the front door of the rack and all panels and components on the servers when not servicing them to maintain proper cooling. Rack Mounting Considerations • Make sure to install the Multi Services Platform in an environment that is within the rated operating temperature and humidity range (see Table A-1 on page A-1). If the Multi Services Platform is installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, be aware that the ambient operating temperature of the rack environment may be greater than the ambient temperature of the room. • Make sure that there is sufficient air flow for safe operation of the Multi Services Platform. • The Multi Services Platform should be mounted in a rack so that a hazardous condition does not arise due to uneven mechanical loading. • Consider the connection of equipment to the power supply circuitry and the effect that possible overloading of circuits may have on overcurrent protection and power supply wiring. Consider equipment nameplate ratings when addressing this issue. • Maintain a reliable ground. The rack itself should be grounded. Pay particular to power supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (for example, power strips).Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting System This section describes how to install the Multi Services Platform in a rack by using the quick release mounting system. This system provides a quick, convenient, and secure method for rack mounting the Multi Services Platform. If you are using the legacy mounting system, see the “Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting System” section on page 3-9. The Multi Services Platform includes two rail assemblies. One is designed for the left side of the chassis and one is designed for the right side. Each rail assembly consists of an inner chassis rail that attaches to the chassis, an outer rail that attaches to a rack, and a middle rail that extends from the outer rail. Each inner rail includes a locking tab, which prevents the server from unintentionally coming completely out of the rack when you pull it out for servicing or access. Installing the Multi Services Platform in a rack by using the quick release mounting system involves these steps. The following sections describe each step in detail. • Installing Square Hole to Round Hole Adapters (Optional), page 3-3 • Releasing the Inner Rails, page 3-5 • Attaching the Inner Rails to the Multi Services Platform, page 3-6 • Attaching the Outer Rails to a Rack, page 3-7 • Placing the Multi Services Platform in the Rack, page 3-8 Before you attach the rack rails, see Figure 3-1 to become familiar with the rail components assembly. This figure shows the left rail assembly, which attaches to the left side of the Multi Services Platform. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 3-2 OL-17301-03
  21. 21. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting System Figure 3-1 Identifying the Rail Assembly Components (Left Rail Assembly Shown) 1 3 4 5 2 106330 1 Outer rail 4 Inner rail locking tab 2 Outward-facing side of outer rail 5 Inner rail 3 Middle rail Note • There are a variety of racks available. The procedure for your rack may be slightly different than the following instructions. Refer to the installation instructions for your rack for additional information. • The figures in these sections illustrate the 4 RU model. The procedures are similar for 1 RU and 2 RU models..Installing Square Hole to Round Hole Adapters (Optional) The quick release mounting system is designed for racks with square holes. If you want to use this system with a round hole rack or a threaded hole rack (with thread size M5 or larger), you can do so by using the square hole to round hole adapter set. This set includes four brackets, which attach to the front and rear of the right and left rack rails and provide square holes to which you can attach the quick release rack rails. To install the square hole to round hole adapters, see Figure 3-2 and perform the procedure that follows. This figure shows how the brackets and rails attach to the left side of a rack. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 3-3
  22. 22. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a RackRack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting System Figure 3-2 Attaching Square Hole to Round Hole Adapters 1 2 3 4 5 6 A B INWARD INWARD 7 7 277796 8 8 1 Left front of rack 5 Rear bracket, labeled B 2 Front bracket, labeled A 6 Left rear of rack 3 Front of left rack rail 7 Screws for securing adapters 4 Rear of left rack rail 8 Inward stamp, must be facing inward Procedure Step 1 Identify the two brackets that are labeled A and take these actions for each bracket: a. Place one of the brackets inside of the rack and align the holes in the bracket with the holes on the front of the rack at the height where you want to install the Multi Service Platform. Make sure that the “Inward” stamp on the bracket faces toward the inside of the rack. b. Attach the bracket to the rack using two screw, provided. Drive the screws through the rack and then into the bracket. Make sure to securely tighten the screws. Step 2 Identify the two brackets that are labeled B and take these actions for each bracket: a. Place one of the brackets inside of the rack and align the holes in the bracket with the holes on the rear of the rack at the same height that you installed the “A” brackets. Make sure that the “Inward” stamp on the bracket faces toward the inside of the rack. b. Attach the bracket to the rack using two screw, provided. Drive the screws through the rack and then into the bracket. Make sure to securely tighten the screws. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide3-4 OL-17301-03
  23. 23. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting SystemReleasing the Inner Rails You must release the inner rails before you can attach them to the Multi Services Platform To do so, see Figure 3-3 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-3 Extending and Releasing the Inner Rail (Left Rail Assembly Shown) 196331 Procedure Step 1 Pull the inner rail out until it is fully extended. Step 2 Press the inner rail locking tab down. Step 3 Remove the inner rail from the rail assembly. Step 4 Repeat these steps for the other inner rail. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 3-5
  24. 24. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting SystemAttaching the Inner Rails to the Multi Services Platform There are two inner rails. On attaches to each side of the Multi Services Platform. To attach the inner rails to the Multi Services Platform, see Figure 3-4 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-4 Installing the Inner Rails 1 3 196332 2 Procedure Step 1 Place an inner rail firmly against a side of the Multi Services Platform, aligning the hooks on the side of the Multi Services Platform with the holes in the inner rail. Make sure to use the correct (left or right) inner rail. Step 2 Slide the inner rail toward the front of the Multi Services Platform until the inner rail clicks into the locked position. Step 3 Secure the inner rail to the Multi Services Platform by using one of the M4 x 6L screws, provided. Step 4 Repeat Step 1 through Step 3 for the other inner rail. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 3-6 OL-17301-03
  25. 25. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting SystemAttaching the Outer Rails to a Rack There are two outer rack rails. On attaches to each side of the rack and connect to the inner rack rails to hold the Multi Services Platform in place. Each outer rack rail adjusts to fit racks between 26.5 and 36.4 inches (67.31 and 92.5 cm) deep. To attach the outer rails to a rack, see Figure 3-5 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-5 Attaching Outer Rails to a Rack (Left Outer Rail Shown) 1 4 2 3 196333 Procedure Step 1 Press up the locking tab at the rear of the middle rail. Step 2 Push the middle rail into the outer rail. Step 3 Hang the hooks on the front of the outer rail onto the slots on the front of the rack. If you are using the square hole to round hole adapter set, hang the outer rail hooks onto the brackets that you installed. (See the “Installing Square Hole to Round Hole Adapters (Optional)” section on page 3-3 for related information.) (Optional) Secure the front of the outer rail to front of the rack by using one of the M5 x12L screws and washers, provided. Step 4 Pull out the rear of the outer rail until and hang the hooks on the rear of the outer rail onto the slots on the rear of the rack. If you are using the square hole to round hole adapter set, hang the outer rail hooks onto the brackets that you installed. (Optional) Secure secure the front of the outer rail to front of the rack by using one of the M5 x12L screws and washers, provided. Step 5 Repeat Step 1 through Step 4 for the other outer rail. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 3-7
  26. 26. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Quick Release Mounting SystemPlacing the Multi Services Platform in the Rack To place the Multi Services Platform in a rack, see Figure 3-6 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-6 Placing the Server in a Rack 1 2 196334 1 Ball-bearing shuttle 2 Screws Procedure Step 1 Confirm that the inner and outer rack rails are properly installed on the Multi Services Platform and on the rack. Step 2 Pull the middle rail out from the front of the outer rail until the ball-bearing shuttle is at the front locking position of the middle rail. Step 3 Align the inner rails that are attached to the Multi Services Platform with the front of the middle rails that are attached to the rack. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 3-8 OL-17301-03
  27. 27. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting System Step 4 Slide the inner rails into the middle rails, keeping even pressure on each side, until the locking tab of the inner rail clicks into the front of the middle rail. The server is now locked into the fully extended position. Step 5 Simultaneously press each locking tab (see Figure 3-3) and push the server all the way to the rear of the rack Step 6 (Optional) Use the M5 x 20L-T screws (provided) to secure the server handles to the front of the rack. To remove the Multi Services Platform from the rack, pull it out from the rack until the inner rail is fully extended, press each inner rail locking tab down (see Figure 3-3), then remove the server from the rack. To remove an outer rail from the rack, remove the screws that attach it to the rack (if you used these screws), depress the black outer rail locking tabs that protrude through the front and rear rack mounting holes, lift the rail so its hooks are free from the mounting holes, and slide the rail pieces together so that you can remove from the rack.Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting System This section describes how to install the Multi Services Platform in a rack by using the legacy mounting system. This system requires the rack rails to be screwed into the rack. If you are using the quick release mounting system, see the Installing the Multi Services Platform in a rack by using the legacy mounting system is a three-step process. The following sections describe each step in detail. • Attaching the Inner Rack Rails to the Multi Services Platform, page 3-10 • Attaching the Outer Rack Rails to the Rack, page 3-11 • Placing the Multi Services Platform in the Rack, page 3-12 Note • There are a variety of racks available. The procedure for your rack may be slightly different than the following instructions. Refer to the installation instructions for your rack for additional information. • The figures in these sections illustrate the 4 RU model. The procedures are similar for 1 RU and 2 RU models.. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 3-9
  28. 28. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting SystemAttaching the Inner Rack Rails to the Multi Services Platform There are two inner rack rails. One attaches to each side of the Multi Services Platform. To attach the inner rack rails, see Figure 3-7 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-7 Attaching Inner Rack Rails Procedure Step 1 Place the inner rack rail on one side of the chassis, aligning the hooks of the chassis with the holes in the rail. The rail marked R to the right of the chassis as you face the front of the chassis. The rail marked L attaches to the left. The wheels on the rails should face away from the chassis and the locking tabs on the rails should face the bottom of the chassis. Step 2 Slide the rail toward to front of the chassis. Step 3 Secure the rail to the chassis with four screws. Step 4 Repeat Step 1 through Step 3 for the other inner rack rail. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 3-10 OL-17301-03
  29. 29. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting SystemAttaching the Outer Rack Rails to the Rack There are two outer rack rails. On attaches to each side of the rack and connect to the inner rack rails to hold the Multi Services Platform in place. Each outer rack rail consists of two brackets. The brackets allow the rails to extend between 30 and 33 inches (76.2 and 83.8 cm) so that they can fit racks of various sizes. To attach the outer rack rails to a rack, see Figure 3-8 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-8 Attaching Outer Rack Rails Procedure Step 1 Make sure that the right short and long outer rack rail brackets are connected to each other and that the left short and long outer rack rail brackets are connected to each other. The brackets are marked R and L. To connect the brackets, align the pin on the small bracket with the slot on the corresponding large bracket, align the two pins on the large bracket with the slots on the small bracket, and slide the brackets together. Step 2 Attach the outer rack rails to the rack, following these guidelines: • The outer rack rail marked R attaches to the right of the rack as you face the front of the rack. The one marked L attaches to the left of the rack. • The long outer bracket faces the front of the rack and the short bracket faces the rear of the rack. • The bracket flanges overlap the outer edge of the rack mounting rail. • Secure the long bracket to the front of the rack with two M4 screws, and secure the short bracket to the rear of the rack with three M4 screws. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 3-11
  30. 30. Chapter 3 Mounting the Multi Services Platform in a Rack Rack Mounting using the Legacy Mounting SystemPlacing the Multi Services Platform in the Rack To place the Multi Services Platform in a rack, see Figure 3-9 and perform the procedure that follows. Figure 3-9 Placing the Server in a Rack Procedure Step 1 Confirm that the inner and outer rack rails are installed on the Multi Services Platform and on the rack. Step 2 Align the chassis inner rack rails with the front of the outer rack rails. Step 3 Slide the chassis inner rack rails into the outer rack rails, keeping even pressure on both sides. You may have to depress the locking tabs on the inner rack rail when inserting the device. Step 4 (Optional) Insert and tighten the thumbscrews that hold the front of the server to the rack. To remove the Multi Services Platform from the rack, depress the locking tabs on the inner rack rail and slide the chassis out of the rack. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide 3-12 OL-17301-03
  31. 31. A P P E N D I X A System Specifications The following sections provide specifications for the Multi Services Platform: • General Specifications, page A-1 • Power Supply Specifications, page A-2General Specifications Table A-1 provides general specifications for the Multi Services Platform models.Table A-1 Multi Services Platform General SpecificationsItem 1 RU Multi Services Platform 2 RU Multi Services Platform 4 RU Multi Services PlatformConnectorsUSB2.0 2 ports standard; up to 4 ports optional10/100/1000M Ethernet 2 ports standardBaseband video 8 to 32, depending on platform and video card optionsSerial—RS-232 1 port standard, up to 3 ports optionalFiber channel 1 port optionalMechanicalHousing 1 RU x 19 inch 2 RU x 19 inch 4 RU x 19 inch 4 SATA drive bays 12 SATA drive bays 24 SATA drive baysMotherboard Intel Core 2 Duo Processor Single Quad Core Intel Xeon Single Quad Core Intel Xeon E4300 1.80 GHz, 2 GB DDR2 Harpertown E5410 Processor, Harpertown E5410 Processor, SDRAM, 1 universal (x 8) 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM, 3 (x 8) 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM, 3 (x 8) PCI-Express or 1 64 bit PCI-X PCI-e slots (2 with Gen 2.0) 1 PCI-e slots (2 with Gen 2.0) 1 133MHz s lot (x4) PCI-e slot (using x 8 slot) (x 4) PCI-e slot (using x 8 slot)LEDs Power, hard drive activity, network activity, system overheat/fan failWeight 38 lbs (17.2 Kg) 52 lbs (23.6 Kg) 75 lbs (34 Kg)Dimensions H: 1.7 inch (43 mm) H: 3.5 inch (89 mm) H: 7.0 inch (178 mm) W: 17.2 inch (437 mm) W: 17.2 inch (437 mm) W: 17.2 inch (437 mm) D: 19.8 inch (503 mm) D: 25.5 inch (648 mm) D: 26.0 inch (660 mm)Power supply 300 W 900 W, optional second power 900 W, optional second power supply for redundancy supply for redundancy Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 A-1
  32. 32. Appendix A System SpecificationsTable A-1 Multi Services Platform General Specifications (continued)Item 1 RU Multi Services Platform 2 RU Multi Services Platform 4 RU Multi Services PlatformOperating temperature 50 to 95 °F (10 to 35 °C)Non-operating temperature –40 to 158 °F (–40 to 70 °C)Operating humidity 8 to 90% non-condensingNon-operating humidity 5 to 95% non-condensingPower Supply Specifications The following tables provide specifications for the about Multi Services Platform power supplies: • Table A-2 provides power supply specifications for the 1 RU Multi Services Platform • Table A-3 provides power supply specifications for the 2 RU Multi Services Platform • Table A-4 provides power supply specifications for the 4 RU Multi Services Platform Table A-2 1 RU Multi Services Platform Power Supply Specifications Power Power Factor VA V I 110 V/60 Hz Idle 131.90 0.9500 138.84 110.00 1.26 Spin up surge 217.80 0.9640 226.40 110.00 2.06 220 V/60 Hz Idle 129.30 0.8670 149.65 220.00 0.69 Spin up surge 212.40 0.8970 236.79 220.00 1.07 Table A-3 2 RU Multi Services Platform Power Supply Specifications Power Power Factor VA V I 110 V/60 Hz Idle 327.40 0.9480 345.36 110.00 3.04 Spin up surge 586.00 0.9830 596.13 110.00 5.44 220 V/60 Hz Idle 335.30 0.9410 356.32 220.00 1.62 Spin up surge 584.50 0.9730 600.72 220.00 2.72 Table A-4 4 RU Multi Services Platform Power Supply Specifications Power Power Factor VA V I 110 V/60 Hz Idle 452.20 0.9950 454.47 110.00 4.11 Spin up surge 978.00 0.9960 981.93 110.00 8.86 Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide A-2 OL-17301-03
  33. 33. Appendix A System Specifications Table A-4 4 RU Multi Services Platform Power Supply Specifications (continued) Power Power Factor VA V I 220 V/60 Hz Idle 443.30 0.9840 450.51 220.00 2.05 Spin up surge 917.90 0.9910 926.24 220.00 4.34 Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User GuideOL-17301-03 A-3
  34. 34. Appendix A System Specifications Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User GuideA-4 OL-17301-03
  35. 35. A P P E N D I X B Fiber Channel Card The fiber channel card enables fibre channel connectivity to external storage arrays. This card is available as an option for the Multi Services Platform. To replace a fiber channel card, see the “Replacing an Option Card” section on page 2-6. Key features of the fiber channel card include: • Adherence to ANSI fibre channel specification • Support for fibre channel class 2 and 3 • Hot swappable fiber connections Figure B-1 shows the rear of the Cisco Multi Services Platform model CIVS-MSP-1RU with the fiber channel card installed. The circled area shows the IO connectors on the fiber channel card. Figure B-1 CIVS-MSP-1RU with Optional Fiber Channel Card Installed 274325 Table B-1 Specifications Item Description Architecture Channel Single channel Log ins Up to 16 port log ins Link speed detection 4 Gbs, 2 Gbs, or 1 Gbs fibre channel dink speeds detected automatically Connectivity Adheres to PCI Express base specification 1.0a Optical Data rates 1.0625 Gbps, 2.125 Gbps, and 4.25 Gbps, auto-detected Optics Short-wave lasers with LC type connector Physical Form factor Short, low-profile MD2 form factor Length 67.64 mm (6.60 in.) Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User GuideOL-17301-03 B-1
  36. 36. Appendix B Fiber Channel Card Table B-1 Specifications (continued) Item Description Height 64.42 mm (2.54 in.) Bracket Standard bracket (low profile available) Power and environmental requirements Volts +3.3 V Operating temperature 0 to 55C (32 to 131F) Operating relative humidity 5% to 95% non condensing Storage temperature –40 to 70C (–40 to 158F) Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User GuideB-2 OL-17301-03
  37. 37. A P P E N D I X C 16 x CIF / 4 x 4CIF Video Capture Card The 16 x CIF / 4 x 4CIF video capture card enables capturing and compressing analog video streams. This card is available as an option for the Cisco Multi Services Platform 1 RU and 4 RU models only. To replace a video capture card, see the “Replacing an Option Card” section on page 2-6. Figure C-1 shows the rear of the Cisco Multi Services Platform model CIVS-MSP-1RU with the video capture card installed. The circled area shows the IO connectors on the video capture card. Figure C-1 CIVS-MSP-1RU with Optional Video Capture Card Installed 274324 Key features of the video capture card include the following: • Supports MJPEG / MPEG-4 compression. • Adjustable frame rate (30 to <1 fps) per camera. • Adjustable image resolution including 4CIF, 2CIF, CIF, and variable. • Compression throughput examples with 16 video channels: – CIF (352 x 240) = 480 fps (16 x 30 fps). – 2CIF (720 x 240) = 240 fps (16 x 15 fps). – 4CIF (720 x 460) = 120 fps (16 x 7.5 fps). • Frame allocation according to channel importance. • Video motion detection (VMD) with definable mask per camera. • Includes two video squid/breakout cables.Video Inputs • The 1 RU Multi Services Platform supports up to 16 analog video inputs (one video capture card). • The 4 RU Multi Services Platform supports up to 32 analog video inputs (two video capture cards). • The video card supports up to 16 video inputs per card. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 C-1
  38. 38. Appendix C 16 x CIF / 4 x 4CIF Video Capture Card Power and System Requirements • Each video card has two DB-15 connectors, each of which allows the connection of a video cable that contains nine individual coaxial cables with BNC connectors. Eight of the BNC connectors are for video input and one is for video output. Video output is not supported. • When installed in the Cisco Multi Services Platform 1 RU model (see Figure C-1), the DB-15 connector on the left supports video inputs 1 through 8. The DB-15 connector on the right supports video inputs 9 through 16. • When one video capture card is installed in the Cisco Multi Services Platform 4 RU model, the bottom DB-15 connector supports video inputs 1 through 8. The top DB-15 connector supports video inputs 9 through 16. • When two video capture cards are installed in the Cisco Multi Services Platform 4 RU model: – The bottom-right DB-15 connector supports video inputs 1 through 8 – The top-right DB-15 connector supports video inputs 9 through 16 – The bottom-left DB-15 connector supports video inputs 17 through 24 – The top-left DB-15 connector supports video inputs 25 through 32Power and System Requirements 1.9A at 5V, 2.6A at 3.3V, 18W total. Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide C-2 OL-17301-03
  39. 39. INDEX legacy mounting system 3-9Numerics quick release mounting system 3-21 RU Multi Services Platform removing cover 2-1 general specifications 1-1 replacing cover 2-2 power specifications A-2 control panel 1-22 RU Multi Services Platform general specifications 1-1 power specifications A-2 D4 RU Multi Services Platform drive carrier LED 1-3 general specifications 1-1 power specifications A-2 F fanA failure 1-3activity hot swappable 2-5 drive carrier 1-3 installing 2-5 hard disk drive 1-3 removing 2-5 network 1-3 replacing 2-5air flow 2-7 fiber channel card B-1B Hbrackets hard disk drive activity 1-3 in square hole to round hole adapter set 3-4 hard drive outer rack rails for legacy mounting system 3-11 installing 2-2, 2-4 removing 2-3 replacing 2-3C hard drive tray 2-3, 2-4chassis HDD LED 1-3 air flow 2-7 hot swappable cover 2-1 fan 2-5 hard drive 2-2 power supply 2-6 rack mounting 3-1 Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 IN-1
  40. 40. Index resetting 1-2I shutting down 1-2inner rack rails, attaching to Multi Services Platform system specifications 1-1 legacy mounting system 3-10 quick release mounting system 3-6inner rack rails, releasing on legacy mounting system 3-5 N network activity 1-3 NIC 1 LED 1-3L NIC 2 LED 1-3LED 0verheat/fan fail 1-3 drive carrier 1-3 O HDD 1-3 option card NIC 1 1-3 fiber channel card B-1 NIC 2 1-3 replacing 2-6 on Multi Services Platform chassis 1-2 video capture card C-1 power 1-3 outer rack rails, attaching to rack power failure 1-2 legacy mounting system 3-11 quick release mounting system 3-7 Overheat/Fan Fail LED 1-3Mmodel numbers, of Multi Services Platform 1-v, 1-1Multi Services Platform P 1 RU model 1-1 Power button 1-2 2 RU model 1-1 Power Failure LED 1-2 4 RU model 1-1 powering control panel 1-2 off 1-2 description of models 1-v, 1-1 on 1-2 fan 2-5 Power LED 1-3 hard drive 2-2 power supply key features 1-1 hot swappable 2-6 LEDs 1-2 installing 2-6 model numbers 1-v, 1-1 removing 2-6 option card 2-6 power supply replacing 2-6 powering off 1-2 powering on 1-2 power specifications A-2 power supply 2-6 rebooting 1-2 Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide IN-2 OL-17301-03
  41. 41. IndexR Vrack mounting video capture card C-1 attaching outer rack rails legacy mounting system 3-11 quick release mounting system 3-7 considerations 3-2 guidelines 3-1 legacy mounting system attaching inner rack rails 3-10 location 3-1 overview 3-1 legacy mounting system 3-9 quick release mounting system 3-2 placing Multi Services Platform in rack legacy mounting system 3-12 quick release mounting system 3-8 precautions 3-1 quick release mounting system attaching inner rack rails 3-6 square hole to round hole adapter 3-3rebooting, Multi Services Platform 1-2Reset button 1-2resetting, Multi Services Platform 1-2Sshutting down 1-2specifications general A-1 power 1 RU Multi Services Platform A-2 2 RU Multi Services Platform A-2 4 RU Multi Services Platform A-2 system 1-1square hole to round hole adapter set 3-3 Cisco Physical Security Multiservices Platform User Guide OL-17301-03 IN-3
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