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This video provides a demonstration of the steps needed to migrate the hardware and software components of a CiscoISR4300 Series Router as an aide for users who are doing proactive replacements of their Cisco ISR4300 Series Routersfor the FN 64253 Clock Signal Field Notice.
Introduction - 0:00 Checking for what hardware needs to be migrated - 0:34 Backing up Software Components - 2:23 Backing Up ISR Image - 2:25 Backing Up Image to USB - 2:49 Backing Up Image to Remote Server - 4:08 Backing up Serial Number for License Re-Hosting - 5:24 Backing Up Configuration - 5:56 Unracking ISR4300 - 7:07 Hardware Migration - 7:22 Removing Hardware Components from Old Chassis - 7:25 Removing NIMs (Network Interface Modules) and SMs (Service Modules) - 7:27 Removing External Modules - 7:29 - 8:18 Removing Power Supply in a ISR4351 Removing ISR4351 POE Module - 8:34 Re-Installing ISR4351 Front Cover - 9:22 Opening ISR4300 Chassis - 9:54 Opening ISR4321 Chassis - 9:57 Opening ISR4331 Chassis - 10:34 Opening ISR4351 Chassis - 11:11 Removing Internal Hardware Components - 11:35 Removing DRAM - 11:37 Removing Internal Flash 11:55 Removing Internal SSD - 12:24 Removing PVDM - 12:52 Internal Hardware Component Locations in ISR4331 - 13:21 Removing ISR4331 POE Power Supply - 13:44 Removing ISR4351 Internal POE GigabitEthernet Daughter card - 14:39 Re-Installing Hardware Components into Replacement Chassis - 15:16 Re-Installing Internal Hardware Components - 15:18 Re-Installing DRAM - 15:20 Re-Installing Internal Flash - 15:44 Re-Installing internal SSD - 16:08 Re-Installing PVDM - 16:32 Re-Installing ISR4331 POE Power Supply - 17:00 Re-Installing ISR4351 Internal POE GigabitEthernet Daughter card - 18:45 Re-Installing External Modules - 19:41 Re-Installing NIMs and SMs - 19:43 Re-Installing ISR4351 POE Module - 20:03 Re-Installing ISR4351 Power Supply - 20:57 Restoring Software Components to new ISR - 21:09 Restoring Image - 21:11 Rehosting License - 22:12 Restoring Configuration - 25:04 Conclusion - 26:19 Credits - 26:44
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