Checking the Router After Installation

Created: Apr 11, 2014 17:34:35Latest reply: Apr 11, 2014 17:34:56 1396 1 0 0

Post-installation check is very important. You need to check whether the router is installed reliably, grounded securely, or has matching power supplies. If the router installation does not meet requirements, the router may not run properly.

 

Post-installation checklist

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Check Item

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1

The installation location of a router chassis meets the requirement in an associated engineering design document.

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2

The surfaces of the router are clean and smooth, without fingerprints, stains, or scratches.

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3

Components are correctly installed in the cabinet. No component loosens or is damaged.

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4

All the screws are correctly fixed.

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5

There are no other objects on the chassis.

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6

There is at least 50 mm clearance at the left and right sides of the chassis for heat dissipation.

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7

Signal cables are not damaged or broken and have no splices.

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8

Signal cable connectors are clean and intact, and correctly connected. Wires of each signal cable are securely cramped in the connectors.

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9

Each signal cable has labels attached at both ends, with clear text facing the same direction.

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10

The power cables and ground cable are all copper wires, and are not spliced or damaged. The cables are reliably connected in compliance with regulations.

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11

The power cables and ground cable are routed in compliance with the associated engineering design document, meeting the power distribution requirements.

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12

The power cables and ground cable are reliably connected. The spring washers of the ground cable lugs are on the flat washers.

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13

The power cables and ground cable are separated from the signal cables.

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14

The power cables and ground cable are routed straightly and bundled neatly. Leave sufficient slack at the bent part of the cables.

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15

Protection measures are taken for the optical fibers routed out of the cabinet. For example, the optical fibers are routed in a corrugated pipe or trough.

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16

The bend radius of optical fibers is 20 times larger than their diameter. Generally, the bend radius is larger than 40 mm.

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17

Optical fibers are bundled by binding tape with appropriate force.

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18

All the signal cables have passed the continuity check.

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19

No signal cables are near the heat vents on the cabinet.

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20

Cables in the cabinet are not crossed and cables outside the cabinet are bundled.

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