The 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, 7950 XRS, and VSR information center provides quick access to the technical documentation.
The Home button () displays the Welcome page.
Browse topics in the Contents frame () on the left. Click on a topic to have it displayed. Use the Back and Forward buttons to navigate within the history of viewed topics.
To quickly locate topics on a particular subject in the documentation, enter a
query in the Search field. Use the Search frame ()
to display the Search view. You can narrow the
scope of your search by selecting only the sections you are interested in.
Please note that 500 is the maximum number of hits displayed in the search results. Use the scope feature to narrow the search, or try searching within individual topics or sections.
Clicking the Show in Table of Contents button () will select that topic in the navigation tree. The Link with Contents button () keeps the navigation tree synchronized to the current topic.
The following hardware guides provide site preparation recommendations and step-by-step procedures to install the 7450 ESS, 7750 SR, and 7950 XRS chassis and components, as well as procedures for installing specific adapter cards and modules.
Registered customers may view this documentation by visiting the Customer Documentation Welcome Page. To register for access to restricted customer documentation, please contact your Nokia sales representative.
You can search for:
To search for a phrase or a hyphenated word, enter the words surrounded by double quotation marks. For example, when you enter "synchronous Ethernet " or "fabric-profile", any text that contains the exact words "synchronous Ethernet" or "fabric-profile" without any intervening words is displayed.
You can search for similar terms by using the ? and * wildcard characters. Use the ? character to denote a single-character wildcard. For example, when you enter 7?50, any documents that that contain "7750", "7450", or "7x50" are displayed. Use the * character to denote a string wildcard. For example, when you enter channel*, any documents that contain "channel", "channels", or "channelized" are displayed.
(Note: If you use the ? or * wildcard character within quotation marks, the characters in the term or phrase are treated as literal characters, instead of wildcard characters.)
You can include two or more search terms in a search query by combining them with a Boolean operator. Boolean operators must be uppercase.
(Note: When a Boolean operator is not included in a search query, the search automatically combines terms with the AND operator.)
When you combine terms with the OR Boolean operator, the search returns documents that contain at least one of the terms.
When you combine terms with the AND Boolean operator, the search returns documents that contain both of the terms.
When you combine terms with the NOT Boolean operator, the search returns documents that contain terms before the NOT operator, but do not contain terms after the NOT operator. For example, when you enter "clock" NOT adaptive differential, the search returns any documents that contain "clock", but do not contain "adaptive" or "differential".
Fuzzy searches are enabled by default and can be used to find approximate term matches for a search query. Fuzzy searches:
You can use quotation marks to eliminate some of the fuzzy search defaults. For example, when you enter "configuration", the search does not return topics that contain "configures" or other inflections of the word. You can include spaces in the quotation marks to avoid searching within words. For example, when you enter "IES", documents that contain "policies" are not returned. Case will still be ignored.
You can limit your search to specific documents or sections of a document. You can use the Search Topics feature, or you can define and save a scope.
You can search within one document or section of a document by using the Search Topics feature. Select an item from the Contents panel and click on the Search Topics button (). Choose "Search selected topic" or "Search selected topic and all subtopics" and enter your search query in the window that opens.
To define and save a scope, click on the Scope link next to the Search field. From the Select Scope window, you can choose a pre-defined scope, or click on the New button to define a scope. When you define a scope, you can choose multiple documents and/or sections.
Click on the tabs to view each section.