Blade Network Technologies G8000 Installation guide

RackSwitch™ G8000
Installation Guide
Part Number: BPP-00007-01, December 2009
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RackSwitch G8000 Installation
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Contents
Preface „ 5
Who Should Use This Book „ 5
Related Documentation „ 5
How to Get Help „ 6
Chapter 1: RackSwitch G8000 Description and Specifications
RackSwitch G8000 Features „ 7
Switch Components „ 9
Hardware Options „ 9
Switch Unit „ 9
Switch Ports „ 13
10 Gigabit Ethernet Port Expansion Slots „ 15
Switch LEDs „ 16
Optional Uplink Modules „ 18
Technical Specifications „ 19
Physical Characteristics „ 19
Environmental Specifications „ 19
Power Specifications „ 20
Ordering Information „ 21
Chapter 2: Installing the RackSwitch G8000 „ 23
Required Tools „ 23
Package Contents „ 23
Environmental Requirements „ 24
Preventing Electric Shock „ 24
Preventing Electrostatic Discharge „ 25
Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a Standard Equipment Rack
Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in an iDataPlex Rack „ 28
Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a 4-post Rack „ 31
Initializing the RackSwitch G8000 „ 34
Default Configuration „ 35
Configuring an IP Interface „ 35
Using the Boot Management Menu „ 37
Installing an Optional Uplink Module „ 38
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Installing an SFP/SFP+ Transceiver „ 40
SFP Optical Transceiver „ 40
SFP Copper Transceiver „ 41
SFP+ Optical Transceiver „ 42
Troubleshooting „ 43
System LEDs Do Not Light „ 43
Port link LED Does Not Light „ 43
Temperature Sensor Warning „ 43
Switch Does Not Initialize (Boot) „ 44
Appendix A: Safety and Compliance Statements
Safety Messages „ 45
Compliance Statements „ 50
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Preface
This Installation Guide provides information and instructions to install a BLADE Network
Technologies RackSwitch G8000. For information about configuration and management of the
switch, refer to your Command Reference and the product release notes.
Who Should Use This Book
This Installation Guide is intended for network installers and system administrators engaged
in configuring and maintaining a network. It assumes that you are familiar with your
RackSwitch G8000, your Web browser, Ethernet concepts, IP addressing, the IEEE 802.1D
Spanning Tree Protocol, and SNMP configuration parameters.
Related Documentation
For documentation about configuring your switch, see the RackSwitch G8000 Application Guide
and Command Reference.
For details about the switch information, statistics, and configuration parameters, see the
RackSwitch G8000 Command Reference.
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How to Get Help
If you need help, service, or technical assistance, call Blade Network Technologies Technical
Support:
US toll free calls: 1-800-414-5268
International calls: 1-408-834-7871
You also can visit our web site at the following address:
http://www.bladenetwork.net
Click the Support tab.
The warranty card received with your product provides details for contacting a customer
support representative. If you are unable to locate this information, please contact your reseller.
Before you call, prepare the following information:
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Serial number of the switch unit
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Software release version number
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Brief description of the problem and the steps you have already taken
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Technical support dump information (# show tech-support)
Note – In case of any suspected hardware related defect, immediately call the BLADE
support line to get the issue resolved. There are no field serviceable parts inside the enclosure and
tampering with internal components in an attempt to diagnose hardware or fix defects will void the
warranty and the product will be repaired at the customer’s expense.
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CHAPTER 1
RackSwitch G8000
Description and Specifications
The RackSwitch G8000 is a rackable aggregation switch with unmatched line-rate Layer 2/3
performance. The G8000 uses a wire-speed, non-blocking switching fabric that provides
simultaneous wire-speed transport of multiple packets at low latency on all ports.
The G8000 contains forty-eight 1GbE ports and up to four optional 10GbE ports. The Gigabit
Ethernet ports are comprised of forty-four 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet ports and four Small
Form-factor, Pluggable (SFP) slots. The SFP slots can be populated with optical or copper
transceivers. The four optional 10GbE ports are comprised of one or two dual-port uplink modules
(SFP+ or CX4).
This 1U switch is rack mountable in either the horizontal or vertical direction, depending on your
application.
You can manage the switch through the console port, or through a network connection using Telnet,
a Web browser-based interface, or SNMP-based network management software.
RackSwitch G8000 Features
This section provides an overview of RackSwitch G8000 features.
Performance
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176 Gbps throughput (full duplex), non-blocking switching architecture
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100% line rate
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Deterministic port-to-port latency under 3 microseconds with 64B packets
Management Features
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Clients
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Industry standard command-line interface (ISCLI)
Browser-based Interface (BBI)
BladeHarmony Manager
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Protocols
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SNMP v1, v2, v3
Remote Monitoring (RMON)
Network Time Protocol (NTP) support
DHCP
Software upgrades
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Dual software images
Upgrade via serial, browser, or TFTP
Software Features
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Security
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Layer 2
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Dynamic routing
- RIP v1, v2
- OSPF
- BGP
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128 configurable interfaces (static or DHCP)
DHCP Relay
IP forwarding
IGMP Snooping v1, v2, v3
4K ARP entries
IPv6 host management
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Quality of Service
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1024 VLANs (802.1Q), including Private VLANs
Multi-link trunking, compatible with Cisco EtherChannel
LACP (IEEE 802.3ad)
Spanning Tree (802.1D), Multiple Spanning Tree (802.1s), Rapid Spanning Tree (802.1w),
with Fast Uplink Convergence
16K forwarding database entries
Layer 3
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Secure interface login & password
RADIUS and TACACS+
SSH v1, v2
HTTPS Secure Browser-based interface
Wire-speed filtering with Access Control Lists (ACLs)
802.1p priority queues
Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) support
Availability
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Layer 2 Failover
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VRRP
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Switch Components
This section describes the RackSwitch G8000 hardware components.
Hardware Options
The following list provides an overview of G8000 hardware:
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Switch unit
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Mounting hardware
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Standard rack mounting brackets and screws
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iDataPlex rack mounting brackets and screws
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4-post rack mounting brackets and screws
Optional uplink modules (not included with switch unit)
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SFP+ uplink module (2 ports)
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CX4 uplink module (2 ports)
Switch Unit
The RackSwitch G8000 switch unit is a 1U rack-mountable Gigabit Ethernet switch. You can
mount the G8000 in either the horizontal or vertical direction.
The RackSwitch G8000 allows for flexible mounting of the switch, as follows:
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RackSwitch G8000F provides front-to-rear airflow.
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RackSwitch G8000R provides rear-to-front airflow.
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DC powered RackSwitch G8000R provides front-to-rear airflow.
Ports
The switch unit contains forty-eight 1GbE ports, as follows:
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Forty-four 10/100/1000BaseT ports (RJ-45)
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Four SFP slots
The G8000 includes two port expansion slots for dual-port, 10GbE uplink modules with SFP+ or
CX4 transceivers. One slot is located on the front panel, and one slot is located on the rear panel.
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Figure 1 RackSwitch G8000 Front Panel
RJ-45 ports
System status LEDs
Port expansion slot
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 41 43
XGE port LEDs
45 46
SFP slots
47 48
SFP slots
RS-232 port
Figure 2 RackSwitch G8000 Rear Panel
IEC 320
Power connector
MAC ADDRESS
CLEI LABEL
IEC 320
Power connector
RackSwitch G8000
Port expansion slot
Figure 3 RackSwitch DC G8000 Rear Panel
GND
-48V
Input 1: 42-56VDC
4A max. @ 48VDC
MAC ADDRESS
RET
DC Power
connector
CLEI LABEL
DC Power
connector
RET
GND
-48V
Input 1: 42-56VDC
4A max. @ 48VDC
RackSwitch G8000
Port expansion slot
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Fans
Five internal fans cool the switch unit. If an individual fan fails, the other fans continue to run, and
the switch unit continues to operate normally. Fans are not customer replaceable.
Fan operation and internal temperatures are monitored. If the air temperature exceeds a desired
threshold, the environmental monitor displays warning messages.
Note – If a fan fails, the maximum operating temperature drops from +40ºC to +35ºC.
The Fan LED blinks if there is a failure of one or more fans.
AC Power Supply
The G8000 has two redundant 150W AC power supplies. Each internal power supply has an
individual IEC 320 power connector on the rear panel. The power cord attaches to a universal
grounded AC power source.
Caution—To reduce the risk of electric shock, use only power cords that have a grounding path,
and always connect the power cord to a properly grounded power outlet.
Each power supply can be connected to a separate AC circuit to mitigate the risk of down time
during a power failure. When used in a redundant configuration, the dual power supplies have a
load-sharing capability that allows each supply to operate at approximately 50 percent of full load.
Using redundant power can minimize the power disruption during a power supply failure and
extend the expected lifetime of each supply by operating normally in a conservative power mode.
There is no power switch on the G8000; the switch unit powers up when power is supplied through
the power cord(s).
The Power Supply LED indicates the status of the power supplies. The LED blinks when only one
power cord is connected, and lights steady when both power cords are connected.
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DC Power Supply
The DC Powered G8000 has two redundant 160W DC-DC power supplies, operating from
42V to 60V. Each internal power supply has a DC filter input on the rear panel. The DC power
sources are connected to the G8000 via the mating connector cable assemblies provided. One end of
the cable is connected to the G8000 and the three DC-input leads connect the DC-input power
supply to the site power source. The pigtail end of the cable is color coded, as follows:
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Black: Negative (-48V)
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Red:
Positive (return)
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Green:
Ground
Warning—Only trained and qualified personnel can connect this equipment to the site
power source.
Each power supply can be connected to a separate DC power source to mitigate the risk of down
time during a power failure. When used in a redundant configuration, the dual power supplies have
a load-sharing capability that allows each supply to operate at approximately 50 percent of full load.
Using redundant power can minimize the power disruption during a power supply failure and
extend the expected lifetime of each supply by operating normally in a conservative power mode.
There is no power switch on the G8000; the switch unit powers up when power is supplied through
the DC power source.
The Power Supply LED indicates the status of the power supplies. The LED blinks when only one
DC power source is connected, and lights steady when both DC power sources are connected.
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Switch Ports
The RackSwitch G8000 switch ports and port options are described below.
10/100/1000Base-T Ports
44 10/100/1000BaseT ports (RJ-45) are located on the front panel. In-line management and Control
Plane Stacking are supported by using one or more of the RJ-45 ports for management.
The G8000 is designed to accept most standard 10/100/1000Base-T (category 5) cables.
The following table describes the RJ-45 connector pin assignments:
Table 1 RJ-45 Port Pin Assignments
Pin number
Signal
Description
1
BI DA+
Bi-directional data pair A positive
2
BI DA-
Bi-directional data pair A negative
3
BI DB+
Bi-directional data pair B positive
4
BI DC+
Bi-directional data pair C positive
5
BI DC-
Bi-directional data pair C negative
6
BI DB-
Bi-directional data pair B negative
7
BI DD+
Bi-directional data pair D positive
8
BI DD-
Bi-directional data pair D negative
SFP Slots
Four 1Gbps Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) slots are located on the front panel. These slots
accept approved optical or copper SFP transceivers. SFP transceivers are not included with the
G8000 switch unit.
The following SFP transceivers are available from Blade Network Technologies:
Table 2 Recommended SFP Transceivers
Part number
Description
BN-CKM-S-T
SFP 1000Base-T Copper Transceiver
BN-CKM-S-SX
SFP 1000Base-SX Short Range Fiber Transceiver
BN-CKM-S-LX
SFP 1000BASE-LX Long Range Fiber Transceiver
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Console Port
The RS-232 (mini-USB) serial console port is located on the front panel. An external cable is
required to convert to a D9 connector. The following table describes the pinouts for the mini-USB
port:
Table 3 Console Port Pin Assignments
Pin number
Function
Pin 1
No connect
Pin 2
RS232_SIN
Pin 3
RS232_SOUT
Pin 4
No connect
Pin 5
Ground
The following table describes the wiring of the console cable:
Table 4 Console Cable Wiring
D9
Pin number
Wire
Mini-USB
Pin number
Pin 2
Black
Pin 3
Pin 3
White
Pin 2
Pin 5
Green
Pin 5
Pin 1
Pin 4
D9 Pins 1, 4, and 6 are connected
Pin 6
Pin 7
Pin 8
Shell
D9 pin 7 is connected to D9 pin 8
Braid
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10 Gigabit Ethernet Port Expansion Slots
The G8000 switch unit includes two port expansion slots, one on the front panel and one
on the rear panel. Each expansion slot accepts a dual-port 10GbE (XGE) uplink module for either
CX4 or SFP+.
You can add one or two XGE uplink modules, as follows:
SFP+ Uplink Module
Up to four 10Gbps Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP+) slots can be installed on the G8000. These
slots accept approved optical SFP+ transceivers. SFP+ transceivers are not included with the G8000
switch unit or with the port uplink modules.
The following SFP+ transceivers are available from Blade Network Technologies: SFP+
10GBase-ST Short Range Optical Fiber Transceiver
Table 5 Recommended SFP+ Transceiver
Part number
Description
BN-CKM-SP-SR
SFP+ 10GBase-SR Short Range Optical Fiber Transceiver
BN-CKM-SP-LR
SFP+ 10GBase-LR Long Range Optical Fiber Transceiver
CX4 Uplink Module
Up to four CX4 ports can be installed on the G8000. These ports provide CX4 connectivity between
the G8000 and copper 10GbE CX4 network devices. The CX4 ports support link spans up to 15
meters on appropriate CX4-grade copper cables.
The CX4 ports provide powered CX4 automatically. The port detects when a powered CX4 device
is connected, and sends power to the device.
The G8000 is designed to accept most standard 10GbE CX4 cables.
Note – Do not use InfiniBand CX4 cables with the G8000. Although InfiniBand cables have the
same CX4 connectors as 10GBase-CX4 cables, InfiniBand cables do not adhere to the same
standard as 10GBase-CX4 cables.
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Switch LEDs
Two LED stacks provide system status and port link status. The system LEDs are described in the
following table:
Power supplies and AC or DC power input status
Fans status
MB
Stacking master indicator
MS
Stacking member indicator
The following table describes the system LED indications:
Table 6 System LEDs Status
Function
Power
Supply
Fan
Master
Member
XGE Port
Total Power Failure
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Service Required
Blink Green
Blink Green
Blink Green
Blink Green
Blink Green
Power Supplies OK
Solid Green
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Power Supply Failure
Blink Green
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Fans OK
N/A
Solid Green
N/A
N/A
N/A
Fan Failure
N/A
Blink Green
N/A
N/A
N/A
Stack Master
N/A
N/A
On
Off
N/A
Stack Backup/Member
N/A
N/A
Off
On
N/A
Stack Error
N/A
N/A
On
On
N/A
Non-Stack Member
N/A
N/A
Off
Off
N/A
RJ-45 LEDs
Status LEDs for the RJ-45 ports are described in the following table.
Table 7 RJ45 LEDs Status
LED
Solid Green
Blink Green
Off
Link
Valid Link
Activity
No Link
Speed
100/1000Mbps
N/A
10Mbps
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SFP LEDs
Status LEDs for the SFP ports are described in the following table.
Table 8 SFP LEDs Status
LED
Solid Green
Blink Green
Off
Port Link
Valid Link
N/A
No Link
XGE Link LEDs
Figure 4 highlights the system LEDs and XGE port LEDs.
Figure 4 System Status LEDs and XGE Port LEDs
Rackswitch G8000
XGE
Link
4
3
2
MB
1
MS
Stacking
XGE Link LEDs provide the link status for ports on each of the uplink modules, if applicable.
Optional XGE ports one (port 49) and two (port 50) are located in the uplink module on the front
panel. Optional XGE ports three (port 51) and four (port 52) are located in the uplink module on the
rear panel.
Table 9 XGE Module LEDs Status
LED
Solid Green
Blink Green
Off
Port Link
Valid Link
N/A
No Link
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Optional Uplink Modules
You can install up to two port uplink modules, one on the front panel and one on the rear panel.
Each expansion slot accepts either a SFP+ Uplink Module or a CX4 Uplink Module, as described
below:
SFP+ Uplink Module
The SFP+ Uplink Module contains two 10 Gigabit Ethernet optical transceiver slots,
as shown below:
Figure 5 SFP+ Uplink Module
The SFP+ Uplink Module provides 10GbE connectivity over fiber cable. The SFP+ slots require
approved SFP+ optical transceivers.
CX4 Uplink Module
The CX4 Uplink Module is a 10 Gigabit Ethernet CX4 short range module.
It contains two 10GbE CX4 ports, as shown below:
Figure 6 CX4 Uplink Module
The CX4 Uplink Module provides CX4 connectivity between the G8000 and copper 10GbE CX4
network devices. The CX4 ports support link spans up to 15 meters on appropriate CX4-grade
copper cables.
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Technical Specifications
Physical Characteristics
Physical characteristics of the RackSwitch G8000 switch unit are listed in the following table.
Table 10 Physical characteristics
Specification
G8000F
G8000R
Dimensions (H x W x D)
1.73 x 17.3 x 15.0 in.
4.4 x 43.9 x 38.1 cm.
1.73 x 17.3 x 15.0 in.
4.4 x 43.9 x 38.1 cm.
Weight
5.5 kg.
5.5 kg.
Airflow
Front-to-rear
Rear-to-front
Environmental Specifications
Environmental specifications for the RackSwitch G8000 switch unit are listed in the following
table.
Table 11 Environmental specifications
Specification
Measurement
Temperature,
ambient operating
0ºC to +40ºC
Temperature (fan failure),
operating
0ºC to +35ºC
Temperature, storage
-40ºC to +85ºC
Relative humidity
(non-condensing), operating
10 to 90%
Relative humidity
(non-condensing), storage
10 to 90%
Altitude, operating
3,050 m
(10,000 feet)
Altitude, storage
12,190 m
(40,000 feet)
Acoustic noise
Less than 65dB
Heat dissipation
520 BTU/hour
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Power Specifications
Power specifications for the RackSwitch G8000F/G8000R switch unit are listed in
Table 12 and Table 13.
Table 12 AC Power Specifications
Specification
Measurement
Number of power supplies
2 (1+1 redundant)
AC-input frequency (universal)
50-60 Hz
AC-input voltage (universal)
100-240 VAC
AC-input current
1.5A (RMS) @ 120V
0.7A (RMS) @ 230V
AC-input fuse
2A, 250 VAC (time lag)
Power supply output power
150W each
System power dissipation
120W typical
DC-Output voltage
12V nominal
DC-Output current
10A (typical)
Table 13 DC Power Specifications
Specification
Measurement
Number of power supplies
2 (1+1 redundant)
Input Voltage
42VDC-60VDC
48VDC Nominal
RMS Input Current
3.3 A Maximum
Power supply output power
160W
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Ordering Information
The following table lists the parts that you can order for the RackSwitch G8000 product family.
Table 14 RackSwitch G8000 Ordering Information
Part number
Description
Switch
BN-8000F-BDL
RackSwitch G8000F 48-port GbE Switch (front-to-rear airflow)
BN-8000R-BDL
RackSwitch G8000R 48-port GbE Switch (rear-to-front airflow)
BN-8000F-DC-BDL
DC Powered RackSwitch G8000R 48-port GbE Switch (front-to-rear airflow)
Uplink Modules
BN-8000-XGE-CX4
Dual Port CX4 Uplink Module
BN-8000-XGE-SFPP
Dual Port SFP+ Uplink Module
Pluggable Optics
BN-CKM-S-T
SFP 1000Base-T Copper Transceiver
BN-CKM-S-SX
SFP 1000Base-SX Short Range Fiber Transceiver
BN-CKM-S-LX
SFP 1000BASE-LX Long Range Fiber Transceiver
BN-CKM-SP-SR
SFP+ 10GBase-SR Short Range Transceiver
BN-CKM-SP-LR
SFP+ 10GBase-LR Long Range Optical Fiber Transceiver
Rack Mounting Kits
BN-MNT-EARS
RackSwitch 19” EIA 2-Post Rack Mounting Kit
BN-MNT-HZ-RLS
RackSwitch 19” EIA 4-Post Rack Mounting Kit
BN-MNT-DPX-RLS
RackSwitch iDataPlex Rack Mounting Kit
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CHAPTER 2
Installing the RackSwitch G8000
This chapter describes how to install and initialize the RackSwitch G8000.
Required Tools
You need the following tools or equipment to successfully accomplish the installation procedures in
this document:
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Standard flat-blade screwdriver
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#2 Phillips screwdriver
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Electrostatic discharge wrist strap
Package Contents
The basic RackSwitch G8000 package contains the following items:
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G8000 switch unit (one of the following):
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G8000F (front-to-rear airflow)
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G8000R (rear-to-front airflow)
Standard rack mount kit
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Two brackets
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Screws to attach brackets to the switch unit
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Screws to attach the switch unit to the equipment rack
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Mini-USB serial cable
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Two AC or DC power cords
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Environmental Requirements
This section describes the basic environmental requirements for the RackSwitch G8000. Make sure
the location where you install the switch meets the following requirements:
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Install the switch unit in a dry, clean, well-ventilated area.
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Provide adequate space on all sides of the switch unit, to ensure proper air flow.
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Make sure that an adequate grounded power supply is within reach of the switch unit.
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Make sure that twisted-pair cable is routed away from power lines, fluorescent lighting fixtures
and other sources of electrical interference.
Preventing Electric Shock
This product does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not remove the cover of this device.
The AC G8000 is designed to work with single-phase power systems that have a grounded neutral
conductor. To reduce the risk of electric shock, always plug the power cord into a grounded power
outlet.
Warning—Electrical current from power, telephone, and communication cables is
hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard:
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Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or
reconfiguration of this product during an electrical storm.
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Connect the power supply only to a properly wired and grounded power source.
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Connect to properly wired outlets any equipment that will be attached to this product.
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When possible, use one hand only to connect or disconnect signal cables.
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Never turn on any equipment when there is evidence of fire, water, or structural damage.
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Disconnect the power supply, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems before you
open the device covers, unless instructed otherwise in the installation and configuration procedures.
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Disconnect the power supply before installing, uninstalling, or moving this product.
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Preventing Electrostatic Discharge
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is a discharge of stored static electricity that can damage equipment
and impair electrical circuitry. ESD can cause intermittent or complete equipment failures.
Use the following guidelines to prevent ESD damage while you install and work with the G8000
and optional equipment:
„
Use anti-static wrist straps. Adjust the strap to provide good skin contact.
„
Properly ground work surfaces and equipment racks for protection against electrostatic
discharge.
„
Avoid contact between equipment and clothing. An anti-static wrist or ankle strap protects the
equipment from ESD voltages on the body; ESD voltages on clothing also can cause damage.
„
Do not touch connector pins.
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Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a
Standard Equipment Rack
This section describes how to install the RackSwitch G8000 in a standard 19-inch equipment rack.
For information about mounting the G8000 in other rack types, refer to the following sections:
„
“Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in an iDataPlex Rack” on page 28
„
“Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a 4-post Rack” on page 31
The following table lists the parts included in the standard mounting kit.
Table 15 Standard Mounting Kit Parts
Item number
Part number
Description
Quantity
1
BMM-00056-00
Bracket
2
2
BMC-00046-00
M6 screws, washers, and clip nuts
4
3
BMC-00049-00
M4 screws
8
Caution—Do not stack other devices on top of the switch unit in the rack. The mounting brackets
cannot support multiple devices. Use mounting brackets to secure each device to the rack.
Perform the following steps to mount the RackSwitch G8000.
1. Use the M4 screws to attach a mounting bracket to each side of the switch.
Torque the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
Figure 7 Attaching the Mounting Brackets
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2. Slide the switch into the rack as illustrated.
Figure 8 Rack-mounting the Switch Unit
3. Use M6 screws, washers, and clip nuts to secure the switch unit to the rack.
Torque the screws to approximately 70 inch-pounds (8 Nm).
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Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in an
iDataPlex Rack
This section provides general information about installing the RackSwitch G8000 in an IBM
iDataPlex rack. The iDataPlex mounting kit allows the switch to be mounted either vertically or
horizontally. For information about mounting the G8000 in other rack types, refer to the following
sections:
„
“Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a Standard Equipment Rack” on page 26
„
“Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a 4-post Rack” on page 31
The mounting kit is ordered separately. The following table lists the parts included in the iDataPlex
mounting kit.
Table 16 BN-MNT-DPX-RLS iDataPlex Rack Mount Kit
Item number
Part number
Description
Quantity
1
BMM-00098-00
Rear brackets
2
2
BMM-00056-00
Front brackets
2
3
BMM-00066-00
Alignment plate
2
4
BMC-00056-00
M6 screws
8
4
BMC-00015-01
M6 locking washers
8
4
BMC-00069-00
M6 clip nuts
8
5
BMC-00049-00
M4 screws
16
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Perform the following steps to mount the RackSwitch G8000 into an iDataPlex rack.
1. Use the M4 screws to attach front and rear mounting brackets to each side of the switch unit. Torque
the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
Figure 9 Attaching the iDataPlex mounting brackets
2. M6 screws, washers, and clip nuts are used to attach the alignment plate.
Torque the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
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Figure 10 Attaching the alignment plate
3. M6 screws, washers, and clip nuts are used to mount the switch unit into the rack.
Torque the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
Figure 11 Rack-mounting the switch unit
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Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a
4-post Rack
This section provides general information about installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a 4-post rack,
such as the IBM e1350. For information about mounting the G8000 in other rack types, refer to the
following sections:
„
“Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in a Standard Equipment Rack” on page 26
„
“Installing the RackSwitch G8000 in an iDataPlex Rack” on page 28
The 4-post mounting kit is ordered separately. The following table lists the parts included in the
4-post mounting kit.
Table 17 BN-MNT-HZ-RLS 4-Post Rack Mount Kit
Item number
Part number
Description
Quantity
1
BMM-00065-00
Left bracket
1
2
BMM-00067-00
Right bracket
1
3
BMM-00089-00
Filler plate
1
4
BMC-00056-00
M6 screws
12
4
BMC-00015-01
M6 locking washers
12
4
BMC-00069-00
M6 clip nuts
8
5
BMC-00049-00
M4 screws
16
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Perform the following steps to mount the RackSwitch G8000 into a 4-post rack.
1. Use the M4 screws to attach a horizontal rail to each side of the switch.
Torque the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
Figure 12 Attaching the horizontal rail
2. M6 screws, washers, and clip nuts are used to connect the horizontal rail to the front and rear posts
in the rack. Torque the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
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Figure 13 Rack-mounting the switch unit
3. The rear filler plate is secured to the rack with M6 screws, washers, and clip nuts.
Torque the screws to approximately 30 inch-pounds (3.5 Nm).
Figure 14 Attaching the rear filler plate
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Initializing the RackSwitch G8000
When you supply power to the RackSwitch G8000, the switch initializes automatically.
Caution—The G8000 does not have a power switch. When you connect the switch to a suitable
power source, the switch powers up immediately.
Disconnecting the switch from the power source is the only way to power down the G8000. Always
provide the power source in a location that is quickly and safely accessible.
The following LEDs indicate the overall system status:
„
Power Supply = Solid Green if both power cords are connected, blinking green if only one
power cord is connected
„
Fan = Solid Green if all fans are running, blinking green if there is a fan failure
Use the mini-USB console cable to connect the RS-232 serial port on the switch unit’s front panel to
a terminal or a PC running a terminal emulation program. You can access the command-line
interface to perform initial configuration tasks.
The console port’s terminal-emulation requirements are as follows:
„
Default baud rate = 9,600 bps
„
Character size = 8 characters
„
Parity = none
„
Stop bits = 1
„
Data bits = 8
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Flow control = none
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The switch performs initial self tests, and displays the Password: prompt,
similar to the following screen:
Memory Test ................................
Production Mode
PPCBoot 0.0.0.10 (new flash)
Memory Test (0x00) .............................PASSED
...
Blade Network Technologies RS 8000
Jan 1 00:01:27 2008:
NOTICE-5:Interface Oper Status Indication - Port 7 State UP
Password:
At the Password: prompt, enter the switch password, and press <Enter>.
The default password is admin
Default Configuration
The switch software contains default configuration files that are loaded at the factory. The default
configuration is part of the software; it cannot be deleted or changed. The default settings allow the
switch to perform basic functions with minimal effort by the system administrator.
Configuring an IP Interface
To manage the switch using Telnet, SNMP, or a Web browser, you must configure an IP interface.
Configure the following IP parameters:
„
IP address
„
Subnet mask
„
Gateway address
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1. Log on to the switch.
2. Enter IP interface mode.
RS G8000> enable
RS G8000# configure terminal
RS G8000 (config)# interface ip 1
3. Configure an IP interface, subnet mask, and VLAN assignment. Enable the interface.
RS
RS
RS
RS
RS
G8000
G8000
G8000
G8000
G8000
(config-ip-if)#
(config-ip-if)#
(config-ip-if)#
(config-ip-if)#
(config-ip-if)#
ip address 10.10.10.2
ip netmask 255.255.255.0
vlan 1
enable
exit
(example IP address)
4. Configure the default gateway. Enable the gateway.
RS G8000 (config)# ip gateway 1 address 10.10.10.1
RS G8000 (config)# ip gateway 1 enable
(example gateway address)
Once you configure the IP address for your switch and you have an existing network connection,
you can use the Telnet program from an external management station to access and control the
switch. The management station and your switch must be on the same IP subnet.
The G8000 supports a command-line interface (CLI) that you can use to configure and control the
switch over the network using the Telnet program. You can use the CLI to perform many basic
network management functions. In addition, you can configure the switch for management using an
SNMP-based network management system or a Web browser.
For more information about using the CLI, refer to the RackSwitch G8000 Command Reference.
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Using the Boot Management Menu
The Boot Management menu allows you to switch the software image, reset the switch to factory
defaults, or to recover from a failed software download.
You can interrupt the boot process and enter the Boot Management menu from the serial console
port. When the system displays Memory Test, press <Shift B>. The Boot Management menu
appears.
Resetting the System ...
Memory Test ................................
Boot Management Menu
1 - Change booting image
2 - Change configuration block
3 - Xmodem download
4 - Exit
Please choose your menu option: 1
Current boot image is 1. Enter image to boot: 1 or 2: 2
Booting from image 2
The Boot Management menu allows you to perform the following actions:
„
To change the boot image, press 1 and follow the screen prompts.
„
To change the configuration block, press 2, and follow the screen prompts.
„
To perform an Xmodem download, press 3 and follow the screen prompts.
„
To exit the Boot Management menu, press 4. The boot process continues.
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Installing an Optional Uplink Module
The G8000 supports the following optional dual-port uplink modules:
„
SFP+ Uplink Module
„
CX4 Uplink Module
The G8000 contains one port expansion slot on the front panel, and one port expansion slot on the
rear panel. Each expansion slot can accept either a SFP+ or a CX4 uplink module.
Note – The optional uplink modules are not hot-swappable.
To install an uplink module, perform the following steps:
1. Disconnect the power cord from the power supply.
2. Loosen the retainer screws and remove the blank metal plate from the appropriate slot.
3. Remove the port option module from the anti-static shielded bag.
4. Slide the module into the card guides in the open slot and gently push it all the way into the slot, so
that it firmly engages with the connector.
Each port option module has a mechanical guide key to prevent you from inserting the module
incorrectly.
Note – You might need to raise the module as you slide it into the module slot, to clear SFP
transceivers installed below the slot.
Figure 15 Installing an Uplink Module
5. Tighten the retainer screws to secure the module.
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6. When a cable is connected and a valid link is established, the XGE Link LEDs on the switch’s front
panel light up, as follows:
„
XGE Link LEDs 1 and 2 correspond to module ports on the front panel, as shown below:
Figure 16 Front Panel XGE Port Assignments
Port 49
XGE LED 1
„
Port 50
XGE LED 2
XGE Link LEDs 3 and 4 correspond to module ports on the rear panel, as shown below:
Figure 17 Rear Panel XGE Port Assignments
Port 51
XGE LED 3
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XGE LED 4
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Installing an SFP/SFP+ Transceiver
The RackSwitch G8000 supports the following Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceivers:
„
Blade Network Technologies SFP 1000Base-T Copper Transceiver
„
Blade Network Technologies SFP 1000Base-SX Short Range Optical Fiber Transceiver
„
Blade Network Technologies SFP+ 10GBase-SR Short Range Optical Fiber Transceiver
SFP Optical Transceiver
The SFP optical transceiver provides two fiber-optic cable connectors for connecting to external
ports.
Caution—Class 1 Laser Product
„
Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the ends of fiber-optic cables.
„
Fiber-optic transceivers and fiber-optic cable connected to a transceiver emit laser light that can
damage your eyes.
„
Do not leave a fiber-optic transceiver uncovered except when inserting or removing cable.
„
The safety cap keeps the port clean and prevents accidental exposure to laser light.
„
Always inspect and clean the LC connector end faces before making any connections.
Perform the following steps to install an SFP optical transceiver into a 1Gbps SFP slot on the G8000
switch unit.
Note – To avoid damage to the cable or the SFP transceiver, do not connect the fiber-optic cable
before you install the transceiver.
1. Remove the safety cap and pull the locking lever into the down (unlocked) position.
2. Insert the transceiver into the port until it clicks into place. Use minimal pressure
when you insert the transceiver into the slot. Do not use excessive force when you insert the
transceiver; you can damage the transceiver or the SFP slot.
The transceiver has a mechanical guide key to prevent you from inserting the transceiver
incorrectly.
3. Pull up the locking lever to lock the transceiver into place.
4. Connect the fiber-optic cable.
To remove a SFP optical transceiver, disconnect the fiber-optic cable, and pull down the locking
lever to release the transceiver. After you remove the transceiver, replace the safety cap.
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SFP Copper Transceiver
The SFP copper transceiver provides an RJ-45 connector that accepts a standard
10/100/1000Base-T (category 5) cable.
Perform the following steps to install an SFP copper transceiver into a 1Gbps SFP slot on the G8000
switch unit.
Note – To avoid damage to the cable or the SFP transceiver, do not connect the cable before you
install the transceiver.
1. Remove the safety cap and pull the locking lever into the down (unlocked) position.
2. Insert the transceiver into the port until it clicks into place. Use minimal pressure when you insert
the transceiver into the slot. Do not use excessive force when you insert the transceiver; you can
damage the transceiver or the SFP slot.
The transceiver has a mechanical guide key to prevent you from inserting the transceiver
incorrectly.
3. Pull up the locking lever to lock the transceiver into place.
4. Connect the cable.
To remove a SFP copper transceiver, disconnect the cable, and pull down the locking lever to
release the transceiver. After you remove the transceiver, replace the safety cap.
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SFP+ Optical Transceiver
The optional SFP+ Uplink Module accepts approved SFP+ transceivers. The SFP+ optical
transceiver provides two fiber-optic cable connectors for connecting to external ports.
Caution—Class 1 Laser Product
„
Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the ends of fiber-optic cables.
„
Fiber-optic transceivers and fiber-optic cable connected to a transceiver emit laser light that can
damage your eyes.
„
Do not leave a fiber-optic transceiver uncovered except when inserting or removing cable.
„
The safety cap keeps the port clean and prevents accidental exposure to laser light.
„
Always inspect and clean the LC connector end faces before making any connections.
Perform the following steps to install an SFP+ optical transceiver into a slot on the SFP+ Uplink
Module.
Note – To avoid damage to the cable or the transceiver, do not connect the fiber-optic cable before
you install the transceiver.
1. Remove the safety cap and pull the locking lever into the down (unlocked) position.
2. Insert the transceiver into the port until it clicks into place. Use minimal pressure when you insert
the transceiver into the slot. Do not use excessive force when you insert the transceiver; you can
damage the transceiver or the SFP+ slot.
The transceiver has a mechanical guide key to prevent you from inserting the transceiver
incorrectly.
3. Pull up the locking lever to lock the transceiver into place.
4. Connect the fiber-optic cable.
To remove a SFP+ optical transceiver, disconnect the fiber-optic cable, and pull down the locking
lever to release the transceiver. After you remove the transceiver, replace the safety cap.
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Troubleshooting
This section contains basic troubleshooting information to help resolve problems that may occur
during installation and operation of your switch. If you have problems accessing the switch or
working with the software, refer to your RackSwitch G8000 Command Reference.
If you need additional technical assistance, refer to “How to Get Help” on page 6.
System LEDs Do Not Light
Symptom: The Power Supply and Fan LEDs do not light.
Solution: Check the power supply to make sure there is a proper connection to the power source.
Verify that AC or DC power is available from the power source.
Port link LED Does Not Light
Symptom: Port link LED does not light.
Solution 1: Check the port configuration in software (refer to your Command Reference). If the port
is configured with a specific speed or duplex mode, check the other device to verify that it is set to
the same configuration. If the switch port is set to autonegotiate, verify that the other device is set to
autonegotiate.
Solution 2: Check the cables that connect the port to the other device. Make sure they are connected
properly. Verify that you are using the correct cable type.
Temperature Sensor Warning
Symptom: A temperature warning is displayed on the management console.
Solution: Make sure that the air circulation vents on the front, back, and sides of the switch are free
from obstruction by cables, panels, rack frames, or other materials.
Make sure that all cooling fans inside the switch are running. The Fan LED blinks if there is a
failure of one or more fans. The following command displays fan status:
show sys-info
If any fan stops during switch operation, contact Customer Support.
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Switch Does Not Initialize (Boot)
Symptom: All the switch LEDs stay on, and the command prompt does not appear on the console.
Solution: The operating system may have been damaged. Use the console port to perform a serial
upgrade of the switch software. Refer to your Command Reference.
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APPENDIX A
Safety and Compliance Statements
Safety Messages
This section lists the safety messages that appear within this manual.
Caution—To reduce the risk of electric shock, use only power cords that have a grounding path,
and always connect the power cord to a properly grounded power outlet.
ATTENTION—Pour réduire le risque de décharge électrique, employez seulement les cordons de
secteur qui ont un chemin fondant, et reliez toujours le cordon de secteur à une sortie correctement
au sol de puissance.
PRECAUCIÓN—Para reducir el riesgo de descarga eléctrica, utilice solamente los cables eléctricos
que tienen una trayectoria que pone a tierra, y conecte siempre el cable eléctrico con un enchufe de
energía correctamente puesto a tierra.
VORSICHT—Zu das Risiko des Elektroschocks verringern, benutzen Sie nur Netzanschlusskabel, das
einen erdenweg haben, und schließen Sie immer das Netzanschlusskabel an einen richtig geerdeten
Energienanschluß an.
Caution—Only trained and qualified personnel can connect this equipment to the site power
source.
ATTENTION—Seulement le personnel qualifié et qualifié peut relier cet équipement à la source
d'énergie d'emplacement.
PRECAUCIÓN—Solamente los personales entrenados y calificados pueden conectar este equipo
con la fuente de energía del sitio.
VORSICHT—Nur ausgebildetes und qualifiziertes Personal kann diese Ausrüstung an die
AufstellungsortEnergiequelle anschließen.
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Warning—Electrical current from power, telephone, and communication cables is
hazardous. To avoid a shock hazard:
„
Do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or
reconfiguration of this product during an electrical storm.
„
Connect the power supply only to a properly wired and grounded power source.
„
Connect to properly wired outlets any equipment that will be attached to this product.
„
When possible, use one hand only to connect or disconnect signal cables.
„
Never turn on any equipment when there is evidence of fire, water, or structural damage.
„
Disconnect the power supply, telecommunications systems, networks, and modems before you
open the device covers, unless instructed otherwise in the installation and configuration
procedures.
„
Disconnect the power supply before installing, uninstalling, or moving this product.
Avertissement—Le courant électrique des câbles d'alimentation, des câbles téléphonique et des
câbles de communication est dangereux. Pour éviter tout risque de choc électrique:
„
Ne branchez, ni ne débranchez aucun des câbles et ne procédez à aucune installation,
modification ou reconfiguration pendant un orage électrique.
„
Branchez tous les câbles d’alimentation à une prise électrique correctement câblée et avec
prise de terre.
„
Tout équipement interconnecté à ce produit doit lui aussi être branché à une prise de courant
proprement installée.
„
Si possible, utilisez une main seulement pour brancher ou débrancher les câbles de signaux.
„
Ne mettez jamais en marche un équipement quand il y a évidence de feu, d'eau, ou de dommages
structuraux.
„
Débranchez les câbles d’alimentation, les systèmes de télécommunications, les réseaux, et les
modems attachés avant d’ouvrir les couvercles du dispositif, à moins d'instructions particulières
notées dans les procédures d'installation et de configuration.
„
Débranchez les cordons d’alimentation avant d’installer, de désinstaller ou de déplacer
ce produit.
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Advertencia—La corriente eléctrica de la energía, del teléfono, y de los cables de la comunicación
es peligrosa. Para evitar un peligro de la descarga eléctrica:
„
No conecte ni desconecte ninguna cables o no realice la instalación, el mantenimiento,
o la reconfiguración de este producto durante una tormenta eléctrica.
„
Conecte la fuente de alimentación solamente con una fuente de energía correctamente atada
con alambre y puesta a tierra.
„
Conecte con los enchufes correctamente atados con alambre cualquier equipo que sea atado
a este producto.
„
Cuando es posible, utilice una mano para conectar o para desconectar solamente los cables
de señal.
„
Nunca gire cualquier equipo cuando hay evidencia del fuego, del agua, o del daño estructural.
„
Desconecte la fuente de alimentación, los sistemas de telecomunicaciones, las redes, y los
módems antes de que usted abra las cubiertas del dispositivo, a menos que esté dado instrucciones de otra manera en los procedimientos de la instalación y de configuración.
„
Desconecte la fuente de alimentación antes de instalar, de desinstalar, o de mover este producto.
Warnung—Der Strom aus Kraft, Telefon, Kabel-und Kommunikationstechnologien ist gefährlich.
Um eine Stromschlaggefahr zu vermeiden:
„
Schließen Sie oder trennen Sie keine Kabel oder führen Sie die keine Installation, Wartung oder
Neukonfiguration des Produkts während eines Gewitters.
„
Schließen Sie das Netzteil nur an eine ordnungsgemäß geerdete und geerdete Stromquelle.
„
Verbinden Sie diesem Produkt nur an richtig verdrahtete Stecker.
„
Verwenden Sie nach Möglichkeit nur einer Hand zu verbinden oder trennen Signalleitungen.
„
Kein Gerät einschalten, wenn es Anzeichen für Feuer, Wasser, oder Bauschäden gibt.
„
Trennen Sie die Stromversorgung, Telekommunikation, Netzwerke und Modems, bevor Sie das
Gerätedeckel offen, sofern nicht anders in der Installation und Konfiguration angewiesen ist.
„
Trennen Sie das Netzteil vor der Installation, Deinstallation oder Verschieben von diesem
Produkt.
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Caution—Do not stack other devices on top of the switch unit in the rack. The mounting brackets
cannot support multiple devices. Use mounting brackets to secure each device
to the rack.
ATTENTION—Ne posez aucun appareil supplémentaire sur le commutateur sans support additionnel.
Les supports ne peuvent soutenir plusieurs appareils. Utilisez les supports métalliques pour fixer
chaque appareil aux armatures de la baie.
PRECAUCIÓN—No apile otros dispositivos encima de la unidad del interruptor en el estante. Los
soportes de montaje no pueden apoyar los dispositivos múltiples. Utilice los soportes de montaje
para asegurar cada dispositivo al estante.
VORSICHT—Stellen Sie keine anderen Geräte auf dem Switch-Einheit im Rack. Die Halterungen
können nicht mehrere Geräte aushalten. Montagehalterungen verwenden um jedes Gerät am Rack
zu befestigen.
Caution—The G8000 does not have a power switch. When you connect the switch to a suitable
power source, the switch powers up immediately. Disconnecting the switch from the power source
is the only way to power down the G8000. Always provide the power source in a location that is
quickly and safely accessible.
ATTENTION—Le G8000 ne dispose pas d'un interrupteur de marche/arrêt. Quand vous connectez le
cordon d’alimentation à la prise secteur du courant alternatif, le commutateur s’allume immédiatement. La seule manière d'éteindre le commutateur est de débrancher les câbles d'alimentation.
Assurez-vous de connecter le câble d'alimentation à une pris électrique facile d’accès et sans
risques.
PRECAUCIÓN—El G8000 no tiene un interruptor. Cuando usted conecta el interruptor con una fuente
de energía conveniente, las energías del interruptor para arriba inmediatamente. La desconexión el
interruptor de la fuente de energía es la única manera de accionar abajo el G8000. Proporcione
siempre la fuente de energía en una localización que esté rápidamente y con seguridad accesible.
VORSICHT—Der G8000 hat keinen Netzschalter. Wenn Sie eine es auf eine geeignete Energiequelle,
schaltet es sofort ein. Das Trennen vom Stromversorgung ist die einzige Möglichkeit zum der
G8000 auszuschalten. Immer die Stromversorgung an einem Ort verbringen, der schnell und sicher
zugänglich ist.
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Caution—Class 1 Laser Product
„
Do not look directly into a fiber-optic transceiver or into the ends of fiber-optic cables.
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Fiber-optic transceivers and fiber-optic cable connected to a transceiver emit laser light that
can damage your eyes.
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Do not leave a fiber-optic transceiver uncovered except when inserting or removing cable.
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The safety cap keeps the port clean and prevents accidental exposure to laser light.
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Always inspect and clean the LC connector end faces before making any connections.
ATTENTION—Produit laser de classe 1
„
Ne regardez pas directement dans un module fibre optique ou dans l'extrémité d’un câble fibre
optique.
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Un module fibre optique et un câble fibre optique sont reliés à un émetteur qui émet un faisceau
lumineux pouvant endommager la rétine.
„
Ne laissez jamais un module fibre optique sans capuchon de sûreté excepté lors du branchement
ou du débranchement d’un câble fibre optique.
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Le capuchon de sûreté garde l’orifice du module propre et empêche l'exposition accidentelle
au faisceau laser.
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Inspectez et nettoyez toujours les contours du connecteur LC avant tout branchement.
PRECAUCIÓN—Producto Del Laser De la Clase 1
„
No mire directamente en un transmisor-receptor fiber-optic o en los extremos de cables
fiber-optic.
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Los transmisores-receptores fiber-optic y el cable fiber-optic conectaron con un transmisor-receptor emiten la luz laser que puede dañar sus ojos.
„
No deje un transmisor-receptor fiber-optic destapado excepto al insertar o quitando el cable.
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El casquillo de seguridad guarda el portuario para limpiar y previene la exposición accidental
a la luz laser.
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Examine y limpie siempre las caras del extremo del conectador del LC antes de hacer
cualesquiera conexiones.
VORSICHT—Klasse 1 Laser-Produkt
„
Schauen Sie nicht direkt in einem Glasfaser-Transceiver oder in den Enden einer
Lichtwellenleiter.
„
Glasfaser-Transceiver-und LWL-Kabel emittieren Laserlicht, dass die Augen schädigen
können.
„
Lassen Sie ein Glasfaser-Transceiver zugedeckt , außer beim Einsetzen oder Entfernen von
Kabel.
„
Die Schutzkappe hält den Port sauber und verhindert ungewollte Belastungen durch Laserlicht.
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Ueberprüfen und reinigen Sie den LC-Stecker Enden bevor Sie jegliche Anschlüsse vornehmen.
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Compliance Statements
This section contains regulatory compliance statements for the RackSwitch G8000.
Blade Network Technologies Commitment to WEEE
The EU Directive of the EU Parliament and Council on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) became effective on 13 August 2005. Individual EU Member State
implementations were made effective, or will be effective, during 2005 and 2006.
BLADE is committed to be a responsible member of the global community in providing
management of WEEE and is complying with all the obligations pursuant the WEEE Directive and
its implementation in National Member State legislation as applicable.
Information for pursuing proper means for collection and treatment of WEEE from
commercial customers resulting from products put on the market may be obtained by
visiting our web site:
http://www.bladenetwork.net/weee
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the
interference at his own expense.
Properly shielded and grounded cables and connectors must be used in order to meet FCC
emission limits. Blade Network Technologies, Inc. is not responsible for any radio or television
interference caused by using other than recommended cables and connectors or by
unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment. Unauthorized changes or
modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Industry Canada Class A Emission Compliance Statement
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Avis de conformité à la réglementation d’Industrie Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Australia and New Zealand Class A Statement
Attention: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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European Union EMC Directive Conformance Statement
This product is in conformity with the protection requirements of EU Council Directive
2004/108/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to electromagnetic
compatibility. Blade Network Technologies, Inc. cannot accept responsibility for any failure to
satisfy the protection requirements resulting from a nonrecommended modification of the
product, including the fitting of unsupported option cards.
This product has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class A Information
Technology Equipment according to CISPR 22/European Standard EN 55022. The limits for
Class A equipment were derived for commercial and industrial environments to provide
reasonable protection against interference with licensed communication equipment.
Attention: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
NOM Statement (Mexico only)
The following information is provided on the devices described in this document in
compliance with the safety requirements of the Norma Oficial Méxicana (NOM):
Exporter:
Blade Network Technologies
2350 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA, 95054 USA
Importer:
IMPORSYS, S.A. de C.V.28 de Diciembre No. 22
Col. Avante, C.P. 04460
México, D.F.
Input:
RackSwitch G8000
G8000F
AC 100-240 V~ 1.5 50-60 Hz
Chassis power consumption: 150W
G8000R
AC 100-240 V~ 1.5 50-60 Hz
Chassis power consumption: 150W
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Información NOM (unicamente para México)
La información siguiente se proporciona en el dispositivo o en los dispositivos descritos en este
documento, en cumplimiento con los requisitos de la Norma Oficial Méxicana (NOM):
Exportador:
Blade Network Technologies
2350 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA, 95054 USA
Importer:
IMPORSYS, S.A. de C.V.28 de Diciembre No. 22
Col. Avante, C.P. 04460
México, D.F.
Input:
RackSwitch G8000
G8000F
AC 100-240 V~ 1.5 50-60 Hz
Consumo de energía del chasis:: 150W
G8000R
AC 100-240 V~ 1.5 50-60 Hz
Consumo de energía del chasis:: 150W
KCC/MIC Notice (Republic of Korea only)
This device has been approved for use in Business applications only per the Class A
requirements of the Republic of Korea Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC).
This device may not be sold for use in a non-business application.
Observe the Regulatory Marking label on the back or bottom of each switch for specific
certification information pertaining to this model. Each RackSwitch G8000 model is approved
for shipment to/usage in Korea and is labelled as such, with all appropriate text and the
appropriate MIC reference number.
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Japanese Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) Statement
Denan Statement (Japan/Nippon only)
本製品を安全にご使用いただくため、以下のことにご注意ください。
• 接続ケーブル、電源コード、AC アダプタなどの部品は、必ず製品に同梱されている添
付品または指定品をご使用ください。添付品・指定品以外の部品をご使用されることは
動作不良、火災の原因となることがあります。
• 同梱されております付属の電源コードを他の機器には使用しないでください。本注意
事項を守らないと、死亡や大怪我など人身事故の原因となることがあります。
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Toxic / Hazardous Substances and Elements Table (RackSwitch G8000F/G8000R)
o: Indicates that the content of the toxic and hazardous substance in all the homogeneous materials of the part is
below the concentration limit requirement as described in SJ/T 11363-2006.
x: Indicates that the content of the toxic and hazardous substance in at least one homogeneous material of the part
exceeds the concentration limit requirement as described in SJ/T 11363-2006.
Environmental Protection Use Period (EPUP) Disclaimer: The number provided as the EPUP is provided solely to
comply with applicable laws of the People’s Republic of China. It does not create any warranties or liabilities on
behalf of BNT to customers. The EPUP assumes that the product will be used under normal conditions in accordance with the BNT operating manual.
Blade Part #: BN-8000R-F and BN-8000F-F
IBM Part #: 46C3407 and 46C3403
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2350 Mission College Blvd.
Suite 600
Santa Clara, CA 95054
www.bladenetwork.net
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