You can route the cables up and out through the top cable window, or down through the bottom of the server. Begin to route the cables in that general direction. See Rear Cable Routing Options for two cable routing examples.
Avoid pinching or damaging the cables when routing the cables through the cable channel hooks.
Either route the cables through the top cable window or down through the bottom of the server.
Ensure that the cables are secured and routed away from the installed equipment and the PDU circuit breaker switches. The cables must not obstruct any PDU circuit breaker or serviceable components like the CMIOUs or the SP tray.
When routing upward, ensure that the cables are secured and routed away from the equipment in the rack.
Securing the cables outside of the server depends on the devices available at your data center. For example:
If you are routing the cables up, secure the cables to a cable tray or device installed above the server.
If you are routing the cables down, secure the cables to your facility cable management devices in the crawl space under the server.