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Oracle Switch ES1-24

Service Manual

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Using This Documentation

Product Notes

Related Documentation

CLI Command Modes


Support and Accessibility

Detecting and Managing Faults

Front Panel LEDs

Rear Panel LEDs

Check Switch Status (LEDs)

Sensors Overview

Check Switch Status (Oracle ILOM)

Component Sensor Targets

Motherboard Sensor Targets

Preparing for Service

ESD Precautions

Tools Needed for Service

Replaceable Components

Remove the Front Support and Air Duct

Remove the CMA

Install the CMA

Servicing Power Supplies

Power Off a Power Supply

Remove a Power Supply

Install a Power Supply

Power On a Power Supply

Servicing the Fan Module

Remove the Fan Module

Install the Fan Module



Using This Documentation

This guide describes how to remove and replace serviceable components of the Oracle Switch ES1-24.

These instructions are designed for enterprise network and system administrators with experience installing network hardware and software.

Product Notes

For late-breaking information and known issues about this product, refer to the product notes at:

Related Documentation

All Oracle products
Oracle Switch ES1-24
Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (Oracle ILOM) 3.0

For detailed information about the commands and options described in this document, refer to the Sun Ethernet Fabric Operating System CLI Base Reference Manual.

CLI Command Modes

The following table lists the configuration modes used in this document with their access and exit methods.

Command Mode
Access Method
Exit Method
Access SEFOS from Oracle ILOM with read-only rights (privilege level 1).
Use the logout or exit command to return to the Oracle ILOM prompt.
Privileged EXEC
Access SEFOS from Oracle ILOM with full administrative rights (privilege level 15).
Use the logout or exit command to return to the Oracle ILOM prompt.
Global Configuration
From User EXEC mode, use the enable command.
Use the end command to return to Privileged EXEC mode.
Interface Configuration
From Global Configuration mode, use the interface interface-type interface-id command.
Use the exit command to return to Global Configuration mode, or use the end command to return to Privileged EXEC mode.


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