Unpacking the Router


Each router comes packaged in a shipping crate (M5 and M10 routers, because of their smaller size and weight, come packaged in a cardboard box). Before unpacking the router, move the shipping crate as close to the installation site as possible.

To unpack the router from the shipping crate (see Figure 4.2):

  1. Twist the locking tabs holding the front, top, and sides of the shipping crate onto the pallet and remove them from the pallet.

  2. Remove the packing materials, the accessory box, and the quick start installation poster from on top of the router.

  3. Verify the parts received against the packing list. Use a socket wrench to remove the bolts securing the chassis to the pallet. Store the brackets and bolts in the accessory box.

  4. Save the shipping crate, packing materials, and pallet in case the router must be moved or shipped later.

Figure 4.2. Unpacking a Router from the Shipping Crate

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To unpack an M5 or M10 router from the shipping box (see Figure 4.3):

  1. Position the shipping box with the arrows facing up.

  2. Open the top flaps of the box.

  3. Lift out the packing material, the accessory kit, and the quick start installation poster.

  4. Lift the router out of the box.

  5. Verify the parts received against the packing list.

  6. Save the shipping box and packing materials in case the router must be moved or shipped later.

Figure 4.3. Unpacking an M5 or M10 Router from the Shipping Box

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Juniper Networks Field Guide and Reference
Juniper Networks Field Guide and Reference
ISBN: 0321122445
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 185

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