Any sag using those just two brackets?@Dave Corder
take a close look at the brackets you received. do you see any way to mount them to the rear? At the back of my ICX 6610 I only have 3 holes all along the center line. they don't line up with any brackets that I received to secure more than a single hole at the rear. Front holes line up to 6 screw holes, the three in a triangle towards the center and two center line and one towards the bottom.
For me I only cared about the front brackets and for what I paid vs what a ICX6610-RMK costs(if you can find one) I am not complaining. Just making observations.
hmmm... Found the hardware installation guide. I did not see a mention of rear brackets for the two post installation. So dunno about those. I did find the BOM for kit. ....
Snip of the pertinent page is attached for anyone else that needs it. Ears are attached with:
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8 in., panhead Phillips
8-32 x 3/8 fit perfectly.
Not really.So it looks like those are definitely front brackets, the four-post mounting kit looks like this:<snip>
The brackets shown earlier are not the brackets used in the four-post mounting kits. In the 4P mounting kits, the brackets that bolt on to the switch are ~20ish" long.
Well I was going to do this "after hours and take the network down" HA!Any sag using those just two brackets?
EDIT:Any part model on the 2 post rabbit ears?
I just posted a thread on how to make your own dongle for about $5 in parts. You will still need a Cisco serial RJ45 cable.Hey Folks,
Can someone link me to the console cable needed for the 7750 switches? I know it is in this thread somewhere, but I can't search all 75 pages and don't feel like scrolling through them.
You should sell these on FleaBay for $15 bucks!I just posted a thread on how to make your own dongle for about $5 in parts. You will still need a Cisco serial RJ45 cable.
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