Reinstall SG6000-CN controller into cabinet or rack
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Reinstall the controller into a cabinet or rack when hardware maintenance is complete.
You have reinstalled the controller cover.
Press the blue rail releases both rack rails at the same time and slide the SG6000-CN controller into the rack until it is fully seated.
When you cannot move the controller any further, pull the blue latches on both sides of the chassis to slide the controller all the way in.
Do not attach the front bezel until after you power on the controller.
Tighten the captive screws on the controller front panel to secure the controller in the rack.
Wrap the strap end of the ESD wristband around your wrist, and secure the clip end to a metal ground to prevent static discharge.
Reconnect the controller data cables and any SFP+ or SFP28 transceivers.
To prevent degraded performance, do not twist, fold, pinch, or step on the cables.
Reconnect the controller power cables.
The controller can be restarted.