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KunLun 9016 V100R001 User Guide 12

This document describes the appearance, specifications, parameters, and structure of the KunLun 9016, and how to install an OS, replace parts, and install, remove, configure, and troubleshoot the server.
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Connecting a Network Cable

Connecting a Network Cable

Preparations

  • Precautions
    • The network plan is complete.
    • Spare network cables are available and placed near the device.
  • Preparations for installation
    • Use a network cable tester to check whether the new network cable works properly.
    • Check that the new network cable is of the same model as the old one or compatible with the old one. Determine whether a straight-through or crossover cable is needed.
    • Before installing a network cable to a network port, check that the network cable connector is intact and the pins have no sundries or deformation.
  • Tools
    • Phillips screwdriver
    • ESD wrist strap or ESD gloves
    • Diagonal pliers
    • RJ45 crimping tool
    • Network cable tester
    • Multimeter

Procedure

  1. Check the model of the new network cable.
  2. Number the new network cable.
    • The number of the new network cable must be the same as that of the old one.
    • Use the same type of labels for network cables. Record the name and number of the local device on one side of the network cable and those of the peer device on the other side. Attach a label 2 cm (0.79 in.) away from the end of a network cable.
  3. Lay out the new network cable.

    Lay out the new network cable in the same way (underfloor or overhead) as the old network cable.

    Note the following points:

    • Underfloor cabling is recommended because it is tidy and easy. Lay out network cables in the cabinet based on installation requirements. You are advised to arrange cables in the same way as existing cables. Ensure that cables are routed neatly and undamaged.
    • Separate network cables from power cables for routing.
    • Bend a network cable with the bending radius of no less than 4 cm (1.57 in.) to prevent damage to core wires. Check that the cable insulation layer is intact. Ensure that cables are laid out for easy maintenance and capacity expansion.
    • Network cables must be bound using cable ties to ensure proper routing. Check that network cables are bound neatly and appropriately, they are straightly stretched and close to each other. and that cable ties are installed at even spacing.
  4. Remove the network cable to be replaced.

    Remove the network cable from the network interface card (NIC) or board in the cabinet.

  5. Connect one end of the new network cable to a network port on the server.

    Take the following precautions when connecting the new network cable:

    • Connect the new network cable to the same network port as the removed one.
    • Connect the network cable to the network port securely.
  6. Connect the other end of the new network cable to a network port on the peer device.

    Connect the other end of the new network cable to a network port on the peer device in accordance with the network plan. Note the following points:

    • Connect the new network cable to the same port as the removed one.
    • Connect the network cable to the network port securely.
  7. Check that the new network cable is functioning properly.

    Power on the server, and ping the IP address of the peer device connected by the new network cable. If the peer device cannot be pinged, check whether the network cable is intact or connectors are properly connected.

  8. Bind the new network cable with other cables.

    Bind the new network cable in the same way as existing cables. You can also remove all existing cable ties and bind all network cables again if necessary.

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Updated: 2019-05-20

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