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     * Rack devices should be installed securely. If you don't have rails, get permission to stack on another person'​s server and don't stack multiple unsecured servers.     * Rack devices should be installed securely. If you don't have rails, get permission to stack on another person'​s server and don't stack multiple unsecured servers.
     * Route power cables at the right-side of the rack (view from the rear) and use cable ties to keep them neat and tidy. If you have dual PSUs, only connect one of them (dual PSUs will use more power, and there is limited benefit as we don't have independent power sources).     * Route power cables at the right-side of the rack (view from the rear) and use cable ties to keep them neat and tidy. If you have dual PSUs, only connect one of them (dual PSUs will use more power, and there is limited benefit as we don't have independent power sources).
-    * Route network cables to the left-side of the rack and connect to a Server LAN port. Record the port used in NetBox or [[https://​wiki.edinburghhacklab.com/​ehana|EHANA]] (depending on the switch).+    * Route network cables to the left-side of the rack and connect to a Server LAN port. Record the port used in NetBox or [[https://​wiki.edinburghhacklab.com/​ehana|EHANA]] (depending on the switch). If a new port needs to be configured, ask someone who is familiar with the switch to help. 
 +    * If the shelving is used, then use the switch and power strips on the shelf. Tie your cables neatly.
     * Label your server with your name, and the server name (matching the one in NetBox).     * Label your server with your name, and the server name (matching the one in NetBox).
  
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