Vanguard 3400 Series Installation manual

Vanguard 3400 Series
Installation Manual
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Contents
Special Notices and Translations
Customer Information
Chapter 1
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Overview ......................................................................................................
Features .........................................................................................................
Applications ..................................................................................................
1-1
1-2
1-6
Chapter 2
Hardware Description
Overview ......................................................................................................
Enclosure ......................................................................................................
Motherboard .................................................................................................
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards ..............................................................
2-1
2-2
2-5
2-9
Chapter 3
Installation and Replacement
Overview .......................................................................................................
Checking Your Shipment Contents ...............................................................
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series.............................................................
Installation.................................................................................................
Thermal Considerations ............................................................................
Cabling Your Vanguard 3400 Series .........................................................
Cable Adapters and Special Cables ......................................................
Cabling Daughtercards .........................................................................
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series .........................................................
Accessing the Motherboard.......................................................................
Installing and Removing the Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card ................
Installing/Removing the Lithium Battery .................................................
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-6
3-7
3-8
3-15
3-17
3-18
3-23
3-25
Chapter 4
Powering Up Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Overview ......................................................................................................
Power Up Procedure .....................................................................................
Loading the Software ...................................................................................
4-1
4-2
4-3
Appendix A
Specifications
Overview ......................................................................................................
A-1
1
Contents (continued)
Appendix B
Software License and Regulatory Information
Overview ......................................................................................................
B-1
FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and Requirements for DSU, T1,
and ISDN Interfaces .................................................................................
B-2
B-4
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information .......................................
Return Procedures
Introduction ..................................................................................................
B-1
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About This Manual
Overview
Introduction
This installation describes features, hardware, specifications, and applications for the
Vanguard 3400 Series.
Note
For information on operating system software and configuration, see the
Vanguard Basic Configuration Manual (Part Number T0113).
Audience
This manual is intended for people who install and operate the Vanguard 3400
Series.
How to Use This
Manual
The following table describes the contents of this manual:
This Chapter
Description
Chapter 1
Vanguard 3400 Series’ hardware and software features.
Chapter 2
Description of the Vanguard 3400 Series hardware
features and components.
Chapter 3
Installing and replacing Vanguard 3400 Series hardware including cards and motherboard.
Chapter 4
Powerup procedures and software loading.
Appendix A
Product specifications.
Appendix B
FCC and Telephone Company procedures and
requirements.
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Chapter 1
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Overview
Description
The Vanguard 3400 Series Standalone Routers, supporting up to two daughtercard
slots, provide wide area network (WAN) access for service providers and enterprise
applications.
Figure 1-1. Vanguard 3400 Series
For a detailed description of the Vanguard 3400 Series and its features, refer to the
“Features” section on page 1-2.
For descriptions of the Vanguard 3400 Series Daughtercards and other hardware
components, refer to the appropriate sections in Chapter 2, Hardware Description.
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
1-1
Features
Features
Introduction
This section summarizes the features available with your Vanguard 3410/3410w/
3460/3480. For descriptions of the software running on your Vanguard 3410/3410w/
3460/3480, refer to the appropriate protocol document.
This table lists the hardware features of the Vanguard 3400 Series:
Hardware Features
Product
VG 3410
Target
Small Branch FSP
Data Only
Memory
64 MB SDRAM
OnBoard Flash
16 MB
Compact Flash
N
Form Factor
Modular
Daughter Card Slots 1
Mini PCI Card Slots
1
Ethernet Ports (Total) 2
10BaseT
-10/100BT
2
10/100/1000BT
-Serial Ports
1
MB Serial Ports
1 (RS232)
CTP
1x
DC Serial Ports
0
V.90 Ports
0
DSU Ports
1
ISDN (S/T & U) Ports 0
FT1/FE1 Ports
0
T1/E1/PRI Ports
1
ATM Ports
DS3/E3
Digital Voice
T1/E1 Channels
T1/E1 Ports
Analog Voice Ports
FXS Ports
E&M Ports
FXO Ports
BRI-Voice Ports
(ISDN)
Compression
1-2
VG 3410w
Small Branch FS
Data Only
64 MB SDRAM
16 MB
N
Modular
1
1
2
-2
-3
1 (Universal)
1x
2
1
0
0
0
0
VG 3460
Small Branch
IPT Gateway
64 MB SDRAM
16 MB
N
Modular
2
1
2
-2
-4
1 (Universal)
1x
3
2
2
2
0
2
VG 3480
Small Branch
IPT Gateway
64 MB SDRAM
16 MB
N
Modular
2
1
5
-5
-4
1 (Universal)
1x
3
2
2
2
0
2
E1 PRI channel density 
limited to 46
E1 PRI channel density 
limited to 46
N
0
N
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N
0
N
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
N
0
N
0
0
8
8
4
8
2
N
0
N
0
0
8
8
4
8
2
N
N
N
N
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Features
Product
Target
Encryption
Performance (PPS)
(LAN to WAN)
Applications Ware
S/W IP Sec VPN
Power (DC)
Redundant Power
Hardware Features (continued)
VG 3410
VG 3410w
Small Branch FSP Small Branch FS
Data Only
Data Only
Y
Y
40k
40k
Y
Y
Y
Y
Available in software bundles
Available in software bundles
N
N
N
N
VG 3460
Small Branch
IPT Gateway
VG 3480
Small Branch
IPT Gateway
Y
40k
Y
40k
Y
Y
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
For additional information about the rear panel ports and the daughtercards, refer to
appropriate section in Chapter 2, Hardware Description.
For information about the physical specifications of the Vanguard 3400 Series, refer
to Appendix A, Specifications.
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
1-3
Features
Daughtercards
You can purchase daughtercards to expand the capability of your Vanguard 3400
Series.
Vanguard 3410/3410w/3460/3480 Daughtercard Matrix
Daughtercard
Description
Product
Code
2P-SDC (2-Port Serial) 1130-10004
56K DSU
68472
Dual E&M
65729
Dual FXS
68372
BRI Voice
68525
FT1 - 120 W
49666
FE1 - 75 W
49669
FE1 - 120 W
49716
FT1 - 120 W
1600-00001
FE1 - 75 W
1600-00075
FE1 - 120 W
1600-00120
FXS/FXO
80019
G.SHDSL
1152-10009
Quad FXO
1152-10035
Quad FXS
1152-10034
ISDN BRI S/T
68525
ISDN BRI S/T
1152-10005
ISDN BRI-U
68434
V.11 DCE (Serial)
49649
V.24 DCE (Serial)
46946
V.35 DCE (Serial)
49647
V.36 DCE (Serial)
49648
V.11 DTE (Serial)
49661
V.24 DTE (Serial)
49658
V.35 DTE (Serial)
49659
V.36 DTE (Serial)
49660
V.90 (Modem)
1152-10003
V.36 DTE (Serial)
49660
V.90 (Modem)
1152-10003
1-4
3400 Series Platform
3410
3410W
3460
DC Site 1 DC Site 1 DC Site 1 DC Site 2
--Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
--------------------Yes
Yes
Yes
----Yes
------------Yes
Yes
----------Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
3480
DC Site 1 DC Site 2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
--------Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Features
Note
If a table entry contains the value "Yes", the daughtercard type will be supported
in the DC Site for that platform.

If a table entry contains the entry " --- ", the daughtercard type will not be
supported in that DC Site of that platform.
Software Support
The Vanguard 3410/3460 requires Release 7.0 or greater software. The Vanguard
3480 requires Release 7.2 or greater software. The 3410w requires Release 7.3 or
greater software.
You can obtain Applications Ware Packages that can be tailored to your specific
needs. Vanguard Networks Applications Ware packages are divided into licenses
available for Vanguard Networks products. These licenses include the following
packages:
• IPSAFE
• SNA+
• Multiservice (MS)
Optional licenses include:
• Security
• Voice Applications Ware
• Advanced Voice Applications
For details about the contents of the license upgrade packages and how they can be
obtained, refer to the latest Software Release Notice.
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
1-5
Features
Note
A license refers to both a legal document that allows you to use features and to
the software that contains those features. For license features, please consult the
software matrix or call your sales representative."
V/anguard 3400 Series Licenses
LICENSE
Base
IP Safe
SNA+
MS
Upgrade License
Voice
Security
Advance Voice
1-6
3410/3410w
3460
3480
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Applications
Applications
Introduction
This section illustrates some typical applications of the Vanguard 3410/3460/3480.
Ethernet
Vanguard 3410w
Multiple Devices
BSC
Vanguard 6841
MPLS/FR
Corporate Data
Center
FT1
Vanguard 3410
xDSL Modem
Back Up
Figure 1-2. ATM/Small Bank Branch Application
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
1-7
Applications
Serial
Vanguard 3410
IPSec
Vanguard 6841
Multiple Devices
IPSec
MPLS/FR
Corporate Data
Center
IPSec
FT1
Vanguard 3410
xDSL Modem
Back Up
Figure 1-3. Retail Transaction Application
1-8
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Applications
Soft Switch
6800 Series
WAN
(IP/MPLS)
PRI
Main Office
PSTN
FXO
3460/3480 ASG
Analog
Phone
IP Telephone
Laptop
Fax
Small/Medium Branch Office
Figure 1-4. Hosted, SIP-based IP Telephony Application for Small/
Medium Branch Offices
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
1-9
Applications
7300 Series
IPSec
WAN
PRI
Data Center
IPSec
PSTN
SIP IPPBX
FXO
3460/3480 ASG
Analog
Phone
IP Telephone
Laptop
Fax
Small/Medium Branch Office
Figure 1-5. SIP IPPBX-based, Centralized Telephony Application for
Small/Medium Branch Offices
1-10
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
Applications
Client or Partner Office
HTTP Access to
Branch Web Server
Internet
Service Provider
Network 2
IP
Main Office or
Headquarters
IP
6800Series
Service Provider
Network 1
MPLS
Independent
Routable Paths
over WAN
Ethernet Interfaces
IPSec
Branch Office
IP
3480 ASG
Web Server
in DMZ Zone
LAN User
LAN User
Figure 1-6. IP-based WAN Data Access for Small/Medium Branch
Offices Using Multiple WAN Routable Interfaces
About the Vanguard 3400 Series
1-11
Chapter 2
Hardware Description
Overview
Introduction
This chapter describes the Vanguard 3400 Series.
•
•
•
•
Hardware Description
Enclosure
Motherboard
Vanguard Daughtercards
Vanguard Modules
2-1
Enclosure
Enclosure
Introduction
This section describes the components of the Vanguard 3400 Series enclosure.
Enclosure
The Vanguard 3400 Series models are standalone units with an external 110/220
VAC power supply that can be used either on a desktop or installed on a rack shelf.
The enclosures contain a motherboard, (optional) daughtercards, and optional mini
PCI modules.
Front Panel
The front panel of the Vanguard 3400 Series (see Figure 2-1) has two LEDs that
provide node status. For a description of the LEDs refer to the “Powering Up Your
Vanguard 3400 Series” section in Chapter 4.
Figure 2-1. Vanguard 3400 Series Front Panel
Rear Panel
Figure 2-2 shows the Vanguard 3400 Series rear panels. The available ports on the
rear panel for the various 3400 models are listed in the table below.
Port
2-2
3410/3410w
3460
3480
Serial Port 1 Async
Yes
Yes
Yes
Serial Port 1 Sync
Yes
Yes
Yes
CTP Port 4
Yes
Yes
Yes
Routed Ethernet Port 23
Yes
Yes
Yes
Routed Ethernet Port 24
Yes
Yes
---
Switched Ethernet Port 24
---
---
Yes
Switched Ethernet Port 25
---
---
Yes
Switched Ethernet Port 26
---
---
Yes
Switched Ethernet Port 27
---
---
Yes
Daughtercard Site Port 7
Yes
Yes
Yes
Daughtercard Site Port 10
---
Yes
Yes
Hardware Description
Enclosure
DC Site 1
3410/3410w Ports 7-9
5V DC RS-232 Serial
Power (Sync/Async)
Input
Port 1
3460
CTP
Port 4
DC Site 1
(Ports 7-9, 51-60)
5V DC Multi-Function CTP
Power
Port 4
Serial
Input
Port 1
DC Site 1
(Ports 7-9)
3480
5V DC
Power
Input
Routed
Ethernet Ports
Ports 23, 24
DC Site 2
(Ports 10-12, 61-70)
Routed
Ethernet Ports
Ports 23, 24
DC Site 2
(Ports 10-12)
Multi-Function CTP
Switched/Routed
Port 4
Serial
Ethernet Ports
Port 1
Ports 24, 25, 26, 27
Routed
Ethernet Port
Port 23
Figure 2-2. Vanguard 3400 Series Rear Panels
Note
For information about cabling, refer to the “Cabling Your Vanguard 3400
Series” section in Chapter 3.
Caution
Do not connect Ports 4, 23, 24 25, 26, or 27 to the Public Communications Network.
Serial Numbers
The Hardware Serial Number indicates the version of hardware in your unit. The
serial number label is located on the rear panel of the Vanguard 3400 Series.
Refer to the serial number when contacting your Vanguard Networks Service
Representatives.
Hardware Description
2-3
Enclosure
Serial Number Label
Figure 2-3. Vanguard 3400 Series Serial Number Label Location
2-4
Hardware Description
Motherboard
Motherboard
General
Description
The Vanguard 3400 Series motherboard contains 16 MB flash and 64 MB of
SDRAM memory. It uses the MPC8270 CPU operated in single MPC 8270 mode.
Additionally, the motherboard supports the following:
• One or two daughtercards, depending on which model you have (see daughtercard matrix on page 2-9 for model-specific support)
• One Serial Port. Depending on which model you have this is either a MultiProtocol interface (UDIMM or software configurable for V.11/X.21, V.24/
RS232, V.35, or V.36) or a RS232 only interface configured as DCE.
• Up to two 10/100 Base T auto-sensing Ethernet ports. (Refer to rear panel
matrix on page 2-2 for support by model)
• One CTP port
• One 4-port Ethernet Switch (refer to rear panel matrix on page 2-2 for support
by model)
• Two Front Panel green LEDS; Power and Status
• Connector for external 5V power supply
• Encryption PCI Mezzanine card
• Real Time Clock Battery
• Cooling Fan (3460/3480 only)
Refer to Figure 2-4, Figure 2-6, and Figure 2-7 for the location of the motherboard
components for the 3410, 3410w, 3460, and 3480 respectively.
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Figure 2-4. Vanguard 3410 Series Motherboard
Hardware Description
2-5
Motherboard
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Not Used
Figure 2-5. Vanguard 3410w Series Motherboard
2-6
Hardware Description
Motherboard
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Daughtercard Slot 2
Fan
Figure 2-6. Vanguard 3460 Series Motherboard
Hardware Description
2-7
Motherboard
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Daughtercard Slot 2
Fan
Figure 2-7. Vanguard 3480 Series Motherboard
Accessing the
Motherboard
To access the motherboard components you must remove the motherboard from the
enclosure.
• For information about removing and installing the motherboard refer to the
“Accessing the Motherboard” section in Chapter 3.
• For information about removing or installing motherboard components, refer
to the “Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series” section in Chapter 3.
2-8
Hardware Description
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
Supported
Daughtercards
The table below identifies the daughtercards supported by each 3400 series model, as
well as any daughtercard slot restrictions that may apply.
Vanguard 3410/3410w/3460/3480 Daughtercard Matrix
Daughtercard
Description
Product
Code
2P-SDC (2-Port Serial) 1130-10004
56K DSU
68472
Dual E&M
65729
Dual FXS
68372
BRI Voice
68525
FT1 - 120 W
49666
FE1 - 75 W
49669
FE1 - 120 W
49716
FT1 - 120 W
1600-00001
FE1 - 75 W
1600-00075
FE1 - 120 W
1600-00120
FXS/FXO
80019
G.SHDSL
1152-10009
Quad FXO
1152-10035
Quad FXS
1152-10034
ISDN BRI S/T
68525
ISDN BRI S/T
1152-10005
ISDN BRI-U
68434
V.11 DCE (Serial)
49649
V.24 DCE (Serial)
46946
V.35 DCE (Serial)
49647
V.36 DCE (Serial)
49648
V.11 DTE (Serial)
49661
V.24 DTE (Serial)
49658
V.35 DTE (Serial)
49659
V.36 DTE (Serial)
49660
V.90 (Modem)
1152-10003
V.36 DTE (Serial)
49660
V.90 (Modem)
1152-10003
Hardware Description
3400 Series Platform
3410
3410W
3460
DC Site 1 DC Site 1 DC Site 1 DC Site 2
--Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
--------------------Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
----------------Yes
Yes
----------Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
--Yes
Yes
Yes
3480
DC Site 1 DC Site 2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
--------Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
----Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2-9
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
Note
If a table entry contains the value "Yes", the daughtercard type will be supported
in the DC Site for that platform.

If a table entry contains the entry " --- ", the daughtercard type will not be
supported in that DC Site of that platform
Daughtercard
Compatibility
Older Vanguard Networks Daughtercards do not fit into the Vanguard 3400 Series.
You can only use the newer daughtercards which are identified by a dimple as shown
in Figure 2-8. If the dimple is not present, do not attempt to use the Daughtercard in
the Vanguard 3400 Series.
Also, when installing a Vanguard Networks Daughtercard into a 3400 Series, you
must use the shorter two-sided header. The taller header is used with other Vanguard
Networks units.
Dimple
BRI-S/T DATA
TERMINAL
LINE
LINK
D-ACT
Figure 2-8. New Vanguard 3400 Series Daughtercard Example
Caution
If you attempt to force an older Vanguard Networks Daughtercard into a Vanguard
3400 Series, the equipment will be damaged.
If you have an older Vanguard Networks Daughtercard and would like to use it in a
Vanguard 3400 Series, contact your service representative about having the card
reworked.
56K DSU/CSU
Daughtercard
The 56K DSU Daughtercard provides an RJ48S connector and can support speeds of
56 kbps (synchronous). It conforms to AT&T 62310 point-to-point and multipoint,
and to ANSI T1/E1.4/91-006 56 kbps. The card supports the following capabilities:
• Internal/external clocking
• Internal/external loopback
• 4-wire line driver operation
The card also supports multidrop DSUs when either of these conditions exist:
• If a MARK Idle protocol is used (such as MX25).
• If the Telco uses an OR'ed or Data Contention is used to mix individual DRU
drops.
Figure 2-9 shows the 56K DSU/CSU Daughtercard connector as it appears on the
back panel.
2-10
Hardware Description
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
DSU
Figure 2-9. 56K DSU/CSU Daughtercard Connector
4-Port Voice FXS
Daughtercard
The Vanguard Quad FXS Daughter Card is supported on the Vanguard 3460/3480.
The 4-Port Voice FXS Daughtercard has four RJ11 connectors for four FXS Ports.
Figure 2-10 shows the 4-Port Voice FXS Daughtercard connectors as they appear on
the back panel.
.
FXS-1
FXS-2
FXS-3
FXS-4
Figure 2-10. FXS Daughtercard
4-Port Voice FXO
Daughtercard
The Vanguard Quad FXO Daughter Card is supported on the Vanguard 3460/3480.
The 4-Port Voice FXO Daughtercard has four RJ11 connectors for four FXO Ports.
Figure 2-11 shows the 4-Port Voice FXO Daughtercard connectors as they appear on
the back panel.
FXO-1
FXO-2
FXO-3
FXO-4
Figure 2-11. FXO Daughtercard
FT1/FE1
Daughtercards
The FT1/FE1 Daughtercards allow a Vanguard 3410/3460/3480 to transfer data over
a T1 or E1 network. The daughtercards support full and fractional, channelized, T1
or E1, and PRI ISDN speeds.
• The FE1 Daughtercard provides line rates 2.048 Mbps and data rates of n x 64
kbps (where n is 1 to 31) per channel.
• The FT1 Daughtercard provides line rates 1.544 Mbps and data rates of n x 64
kbps (where n is 1 to 24) per channel.
Figure 2-12 shows the FT1 and the FE1 Daughtercard connectors as they appear on
the back panels. The FT1 Daughtercard has a single RJ48C connector while the FE1
Daughtercard has two BNC connectors along with one RJ48C connector.
\
T1
ALARM
NTWK
RX
E1
NTWK
TX
ALARM
Figure 2-12. FT1 and FE1 Daughtercard Connectors
Hardware Description
2-11
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
Note
The FE1 Daughtercard comes with this label
which specifies that the E1
interface complies with the Australian requirements ACA TS 016 - 1997 for
connection to E1 SELV services. Also the E1 interface meets the IEC950
specifications for TNV1.
Dual E&M
Daughtercard
The Dual E&M Daughtercard has two E&M interfaces. The ports use RJ11
connectors.
Figure 2-13 shows the Dual E&M Daughtercard connectors as they appear on the
back panel.
E&M1
E&M2
LOC
REM
Figure 2-13. Dual E&M Daughtercard Connectors
V.90 Modem
Daughtercard
The V.90 modem daughtercard provides Async PPP dial back-up for a customers’
applications or can be used for Async dial connections such as remote CTP access.
The V.90 uses a dual RJ-11 for connection to central offices, PBXs or telephone
systems.
Figure 2-14 shows the rear panel connectors on the V.90 modem daughtercard. For
installation instructions, refer to the Vanguard Daughtercard Installation Guide 
(Part Number T0020).
LINE
MR
RI .OH
PHONE
CD
RXD
Figure 2-14. V.90 Modem Daughtercard Connectors
2-Port Serial Data
Card
The 2-Port serial data card has two Sync/Async Universal Serial DCE ports (V.11/
X.21, V.24/RS232, V.35, or V.36). These ports are independent of each other and
require a Y-cable which provides two DB25 ports. The required Y-cable is supplied
with the card or can be ordered separately.
Note
A cable adapter is required to use current Vanguard Networks Adapter Cables
when running V.11/X.21, V.35, or V.36. (See “Cable Adapters and Special
Cables” section on page 3-8)
To emulate a DTE port, the special cables listed below are also required.
• For V.11/X.21, use 51176 DCE-DTE cable adapter and 1152-10022 V.11/
X.21 cable adapter
• For V.24/RS232, use 80110 (or equivalent)
2-12
Hardware Description
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
• For V.35 or V.36, use 51177 DCE-DTE cable adapter and 1152-10021
V.35/V36 cable adapter
2P-SDC
Figure 2-15. 2-Port Serial Daughtercard Connector
DIM Daughtercard
This card supports a single V.11/X.21, V.24/RS232, V.35, or V.36 DIM (Digital
Interface Module) and can be set as either a DTE or DCE.
Figure 2-16 shows the DIM Daughtercard connector as it appears on the back panel.
DIM SITE
Figure 2-16. DIM Daughtercard Connector
ISDN BRI-U
Daughtercard
This card provides 2B+D Channel through an ISDN BRI U interface. It conforms to
ANSI T1.601 1992 (2B1Q), is LAPD:ITU Q.921 compliant, and supports the
following:
• Integral X.31
• Q.931 dial support
• NI1, 5ESS, DMS-100 switch types
• D Channel Packet Mode
• Leased Circuit Services (I Interface)
• Japan High-Speed Digital
Figure 2-17 shows the ISDN BRI-U Daughtercard connector as it appears on the
back panel.
BRI U
Figure 2-17. ISDN BRI-U Daughtercard Connector
ISDN BRI Voice
Daughtercard
This card provides 2B+D Channel through a BRI S/T interface. It conforms to ITU
I.430, is LAPD:ITU Q.921 compliant, and supports:
• Integral X.31
• ITU-T Q.931 (EURO IDSN) - ETSI switch type to connect to PBXs and
public networks.
• ECMA 143 - QSIG Basic Service to connect to PBXs over private line.
• ECMA 165 - QSIG Generic Functions for Support of PBX Supplementary
Hardware Description
2-13
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
Services.
• ITU-T G.711A (A-law) and G.711U (-law) interface voice encoding.
• ITU-T G.723, G729, and Vanguard Networks proprietary CVSELP packet
voice compression.
Figure 2-18 shows the ISDN BRI Voice Daughtercard connectors as they appear on
the back panel.
BRI S
S-BUS
HI Z
S-BUS
100
Figure 2-18. ISDN BRI Voice Daughtercard Connectors
2-Port Voice FXS
Daughtercard
The 2-Port Voice FXS Daughtercard has two RJ11 connectors for two FXS Ports.
The two ports can be used simultaneously and each port supports one voice channel.
Figure 2-19 shows the 2 Port Voice FXS Daughtercard connectors as they appear on
the back panel.
1
2
FXS-1
FXS-2
LOC
REM
Figure 2-19. 2-Port Voice FXS Daughtercard Connectors
Enhanced ISDN
BRI-S/T
Daughtercard
This card provides 2B+D Channel through a BRI S/T interface. It conforms to ITU
I.430, is LAPD:ITU Q.921 compliant, and supports:
• Integral X.31
• Q.931 dial support
• NI1, 5ESS, DMS-100, ETSI, Euro Numeris switch types
• D Channel Packet Mode
• Leased Circuit Services (I Interface)
• Permanent B for German Monopol support or Japan High-Speed Digital
Figure 2-20 shows the ISDN BRI-S/T Daughtercard connectors as they appear on
the back panel.
BRI-S/T DATA
TERMINAL
LINE
LINK
D-ACT
Figure 2-20. Enhanced BRI-S/T Daughtercard Connectors
2-14
Hardware Description
Vanguard Networks Daughtercards
Modules
Hardware Description
The Vanguard 3400 Series can support an optional Encryption Module. The
Vanguard 3400 Series Encryption Module provides DES/3DES/AES hardware
accelerated encryption. For information on installing or removing this module, refer
to the “Installing and Removing the Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card” section in
Chapter 3.
2-15
Chapter 3
Installation and Replacement
Overview
Introduction
This chapter provides instructions for the following tasks:
•
•
•
•
Installation and Replacement
Checking Your Shipment Contents.
Installing the Vanguard 3400 Series.
Cabling the Vanguard 3400 Series.
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series.
3-1
Checking Your Shipment Contents
Checking Your Shipment Contents
List of Contents
Before you install the Vanguard 3400 Series, make sure your shipment contents are
complete.
The Vanguard 3400 Series is packaged in shock-absorbent packing material. Inside
your shipping carton, you should find the contents shown in Figure 3-1.
Vanguard 3400 Series Power Supply
Vanguard 3400 Series
Vanguard 3400 Series Shipping Contents
• Vanguard 3400 Series enclosure
• Power Supply
Line Cord
(Optional)
Figure 3-1. Vanguard 3400 Series Shipping Contents
3-2
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Introduction
This section explains how to install the Vanguard 3400 Series. It consists of these
sections:
• Selecting and preparing the installation site.
• Installation.
• Thermal considerations.
• Cabling.
After the Vanguard 3400 Series is installed and cabled, go to Chapter 4, Powering
Up Your Vanguard 3400 Series for instructions for powering-up the unit.
Installation and Replacement
3-3
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Installation
How to Choose a
Site
Before you install the Vanguard 3400 Series, select a site for the device.
Choose a site that is within an appropriate distance of a power source. Depending on
your application, and the country in which the Vanguard 3400 Series is to operate,
the power source must be a grounded 110 to 220 Vac outlet.
Leave at least 2 inches (5 cm) of clearance in front of the front panel, to allow you to
see the front panel LEDs, and 6-inches behind the unit for cable clearances (see
Figure 3-2). For proper ventilation, leave 2 inches (5 cm) of clearance on the sides.
The site should be free of accumulated dust and environmental extremes. Refer to
Appendix A, Specifications for details.
Minimum 2-inches (5 cm) Front
and 6-inches (15 cm) Rear
Note: Do not remove the rubber
feet from the bottom of the
unit. They allow for proper
air flow.
Minimum 2-inches (5 cm)
on either side for ventilation.
Figure 3-2. Proper Cable and Air Clearance
Caution
Vanguard 3400 Series devices should be used in environments designed for
computers and electronic equipment. In areas susceptible to lightning, take
precautions to prevent damage to electronic equipment. Contact your telephone
company or an electronic accessories vendor for information on lightning protection
equipment. Customers experiencing problems caused by surges from lightning have
eliminated such problems by installing appropriate surge suppressors on power and
data lines.
3-4
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Installation
Complete these steps to install the unit:
Step
Action
1
Unpack the Vanguard 3400 Series, and inspect the unit to ensure you have
all the components.
2
Install any daughtercards that you need to add to the unit, as necessary.
3
Be sure that the four rubber feet are on the bottom of the enclosure.
4
Attach the power cord and cables to the rear panel. Refer to the “Cabling
Your Vanguard 3400 Series” section on page 3-7 for cabling information.
Note
Cable Adapters are required when installing the Vanguard 3400 Series into
an existing site that already has Vanguard Networks high-speed (V.11/
X.21, V.35, or V.36) Adapter Cables. (See “Cable Adapters and Special
Cables” section on page 3-8)
5
Place the enclosure in the selected site, and power unit on. Do not block
the chassis vents.
6
Ensure that the ambient temperature is within the temperature range specified in Appendix A.
Note
You can stack as many as three Vanguard 3400 Series units on top of each other.
Caution
Do not place items weighing more than 20 pounds (9 kg) on top of a Vanguard
3400 Series enclosure.
Installation and Replacement
3-5
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Thermal Considerations
Introduction
This section explains some of the heat and temperature factors that can affect your
Vanguard 3400 Series.
Temperature
After the unit is running, check the ambient air temperature. Make sure it does not
exceed the operating temperature limits specified in Appendix A.
Other conditions that could impact internal temperature of the Vanguard 3400 Series
include:
•
•
•
•
3-6
Blocked vents
Insufficient clearance around the unit
Fan (if this unit is provided with one) is not working properly
Rubber feet (4) not installed on bottom of chassis
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Cabling Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Introduction
This section provides information to help you cable your Vanguard 3400 Series.
Caution
Before connecting cables to the motherboard or daughtercard ports, be sure that the
screws holding the motherboard in place are installed. Otherwise, the motherboard
could loosen under the weight of the cables and cause damage to the equipment.
Also use proper cable strain relief to prevent damage due to excessive cable weight.
Rear Panel Port
Numbering
Figure 3-3 shows the port numbering on the Vanguard 3400 Series rear panels.
DC Site 1
3410/3410w Ports 7-9
5V DC RS-232 Serial
Power (Sync/Async)
Input
Port 1
3460
CTP
Port 4
DC Site 1
(Ports 7-9, 51-60)
5V DC Multi-Function CTP
Power
Port 4
Serial
Input
Port 1
3480
5V DC
Power
Input
DC Site 1
(Ports 7-9)
Routed
Ethernet Ports
Ports 23, 24
DC Site 2
(Ports 10-12, 61-70)
Routed
Ethernet Ports
Ports 23, 24
DC Site 2
(Ports 10-12)
Multi-Function CTP
Switched/Routed
Port 4
Serial
Ethernet Ports
Port 1
Ports 24, 25, 26, 27
Routed
Ethernet Port
Port 23
Figure 3-3. Vanguard 3400 Series Rear Panel Port Numbers
Installation and Replacement
3-7
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Caution
Do not connect the Ports 4, 23, 24, 25, 26, or 27 to the Public Communications
Network.
Note
When installing a daughtercard with only one port, the port number is 7 or 10
(depending on the location of the card).
Rear Panel Ports
There are up to seven physical ports on the Vanguard 3400 Series rear panel. Some
physical port numbers may vary from model to model.
Port 1
Port 1 is either a Universal Serial Port (DB25 connector) which can be configured to
support V.11/X.21, V.24/RS232, V.35 and V.36 DCE, or an RS232 only interface.
Note
Cable Adapters are required when using V.11/X.21, V.35, or V.36.
Cable Adapters and Special Cables
To emulate a high speed DTE interface V.11/X.21, V.35, or V.36 on any 3400 Series
Universal Serial Port requires the use of a Cable Adapter (Figure 3-4) and special
cables.
1152
-1
REV 0022
.1
V.1
X.211
1152
-1
REV 0021
.1
V.3
V.365
Figure 3-4. Cable Adapters
The table below provides a description with part numbers of the Cable Adapter and
special cables. The paragraphs that follow provide more detailed information and
pinouts.
3-8
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
.
3400 Series Motherboard Port 1 and 2-Port Serial Data Card Interface
Y-Cable
(one per
2-PSDC)
Cabling
Interface Type
Cable Adapter
(one per port)
DCE-DTE crossover
Cable (one per port)
Adapter Cable
(one per port)
Motherboard Port 1
V.24/RS232 DCE
N/A
N/A
N/A
80113 
15' DB25M-DB25F
V.24/RS232 DTE
N/A
N/A
80110 
3' DB25M-DB25M
or 80109 
15' DB25M-DB25M
N/A
V.35 or V.36 DCE N/A
1152-10021 
DB25M-DB25F
N/A
92104 
7' DB25M-M34F
V.35 or V.36 DTE N/A
1152-10021 
DB25M-DB25F
51177 
1' DB25M-DB25F
91917 
7' DB25M-M34M
V.11/X.21 DCE
N/A
1152-10022 
DB25M-DB25F
N/A
92089
7' DB25M-DB15F
V.11/X.21 DTE
N/A
1152-10022 
DB25M-DB25F
51176 
1' DB25M-DB25F
91918
7' DB25M-DB15M
2-Port Serial Data Card
V.24/RS232 DCE
62026-01 DB50M- N/A
two DB25Fs
N/A
80113 
15' DB25M-DB25F
V.24/RS232 DTE
62026-01 DB50M- N/A
two DB25Fs
80110 
3' DB25M-DB25M
or 80109 
15' DB25M-DB25M
N/A
V.35 or V.36 DCE 62026-01
DB50M-two
DB25Fs
1152-10021 
DB25M-DB25F
N/A
92104 
7' DB25M-M34F
V.35 or V.36 DTE 62026-01
DB50M-two
DB25Fs
1152-10021 
DB25M-DB25F
51177 
1' DB25M-DB25F
91917 
7' DB25M-M34M
V.11/X.21 DCE
62026-01
DB50M-two
DB25Fs
1152-10022 
DB25M-DB25F
N/A
92089
7' DB25M-DB15F
V.11/X.21 DTE
62026-01
DB50M-two
DB25Fs
1152-10022 
DB25M-DB25F
51176 
1' DB25M-DB25F
91918
7' DB25M-DB15M
Vanguard 3400
Series V.11/X.21
Cable Adapter
Listed below is the pinout of the Cable Adapter that enables the use of existing V.11/
X.21 serial cables on Port 1of the 3400 Series platform. The part number is 115210022
Installation and Replacement
3-9
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Note
This adapter is also intended to be used in conjunction with the Y-Cable for the
2-Port Serial Data Card.
V.11/X.21 Cable Adapter Pinout
P1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Vanguard 3400
Series V.35/V.36
Cable Adapter
P2
1
2
3
4
5
NC
7
8
9
20
6
22
13
NC
15
16
17
18
14
NC
21
NC
23
24
25
Listed below is the pinout of the Cable Adapter that enables the use of existing V.35
and V.36 serial cables on port 1 of the 3400 Series platform. The part number is
1152-10021
Note
This adapter is also intended to be used in conjunction with the Y-Cable for the
2-Port Serial Data Card.
V.35/V.36 Cable Adapter Pinout
P1
1
2
3-10
P2
1
2
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
V.35/V.36 Cable Adapter Pinout (continued)
P1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Special Cables
P2
3
4
5
6
7
8
18
10
11
22
13
NC
15
16
17
NC
14
20
21
NC
23
24
25
The special cables required to emulate a high speed DTE interface V.11/X.21, V.35,
or V.36 on any 3400 Series Universal Serial Port are listed in the table below for port
1 as well as any 2-Port Serial Data Card:
Vanguard 3400 Series Special Cables
Part Number
Description
51176
1’ V.11/X.21 DCE–DTE Adapter Cable
51177
1’ V.35 or V.36 DCE–DTE Adapter Cable
Installation and Replacement
3-11
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Vanguard 3400 Series Adapter Cables
Part Number
Modified from
Product Code
Description
80113
15’ DB25M–DB25F Straight Cable, V.24/RS232
92089
7’ DB25M–DB15F Custom Cable, V.11/X.21
91918
7’ DB25M–DB15M Custom Cable, V.11/X.21
92104
7’ DB25M–V.35F Custom Cable, V.35 or V.36
91917
7’ DB25M–M34M Custom Cable, V.35 or V.36
These tables describe the DB25 connector pinouts for port 1 and any 2-Port Serial
Data Card ports:
DB25 V.24 Pinouts (DCE)
Pin
3-12
ITU Circuit
I/O
Signal Name
1
---
-----
Protective Ground
2
103
INPUT
Transmitted data
3
104
OUTPUT
Received data
4
105
INPUT
Request To Send
5
106
OUTPUT
Clear To Send
6
107
OUTPUT
Data Set Ready
7
102
-----
Signal Ground
8
109
OUTPUT
Data Carrier Detect
14
---
INPUT
Data Restraint Out
15
114
OUTPUT
Transmitted Clock
16
---
-----
N/C
17
115
OUTPUT
Received Clock
18
---
INPUT
External Rx Clock
20
108/2
INPUT
Data Terminal Ready
21
---
-----
N/C
22
125
OUTPUT
Ring Indicator
24
113
INPUT
External Tx Clock
25
142
INPUT
Make Busy
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
DB25 V.35/V.36 Pinouts
Note
For port 1 and any 2-Port Serial Data Card after 
the 1152-10021 Cable Adapter is installed.
Pin
Signal
DCE Position
1
GND
-------
2
TXD A
IN
3
RXD A
OUT
4
RTS
IN
5
CTS
OUT
6
DSR
OUT
7
SIG GND
-------
8
DCD
OUT
14
TXD B
IN
15
TXC A
OUT
16
RXD B
OUT
17
RXC A
OUT
18
RXC B
OUT
20
DTR
IN
21
TXC B
OUT
22
ETXC B
IN
24
ETXC A
IN
25 (V.36 only)
TM
NC
DB25 V.11/X.21 Pinouts
Note
For port 1 and any 2-Port Serial Data Card after 
the 1152-10022 Cable Adapter is installed.
Pin
Signal
DCE Position
1
GND
-------
2
TXD A
IN
3
RXD A
OUT
4
RTS A
IN
6
DCD B
OUT
7
SIG GND
-------
8
DCD A
OUT
14
TXD B
IN
15
TXC A
OUT
Installation and Replacement
3-13
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
DB25 V.11/X.21 Pinouts (continued)
Note
For port 1 and any 2-Port Serial Data Card after 
the 1152-10022 Cable Adapter is installed.
Pin
Port 4
Signal
DCE Position
16
RXD B
OUT
20
RTS B
IN
21
TXC B
OUT
22
ETXC B
IN
24
ETXC A
IN
This port has an RJ-45 connector. Use Port 4 as the CTP for communicating with,
configuring, monitoring, and for coldloading the node. Figure 3-5 shows the pin
numbers for port 4.
Pin 1
Pin 8
Figure 3-5. Port 4 Pin Numbers
This table shows the pinouts for RJ-45 connectors for port 4:
Pin Number
Port 4 (CTP)
Signal
DCE
1
RTS
Input
2
DTR
Input
3
RXD
Output
4
DCD
Output
5
GND
-------
6
TXD
Input
7
DSR
Output
8
CTS
Output
Note
Use Port 4 only with low speed asynchronous protocols. Running asynchronous
protocols at speeds greater than 19.2 kbps may degrade node performance.
3-14
Installation and Replacement
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Port 23 and Port 24 This table shows the pinouts for the RJ45 Ethernet connector for Port 23 and Port 24
when functioning as a routed Ethernet port.
Pin
Signal
1
Transmit Positive
2
Transmit Negative
3
Receive Data Positive
4
Not Used
5
Not Used
6
Receive Data Negative
7
Not Used
8
Not Used
Ports 24, 25, 26 and This table shows the pinouts for the RJ45 connector for Switched Ethernet Ports 24
27
(when functioning as a switched Ethernet port), 25, 26, 27
Pin
Signal
1
Receive Data Positive
2
Receive Data Negative
3
Transmit Data Positive
4
Not Used
5
Not Used
6
Transmit Data Negative
7
Not Used
8
Not Used
Cabling Daughtercards
For instructions on cabling your standard Vanguard Daughtercards, refer to the
Vanguard Daughtercard Installation Guide (Part Number T0020).
Cabling 2-Port
Serial Card
The 2-Port Serial Card comes with one Y-Cable Adapter as shown in Figure 3-6.
They allow the connector on the rear of the 2-Port Serial Card to support two ports.
Note
The Cable Adapter (Figure 3-4) is required on all Universal Serial Ports
(motherboard and 2-Port Serial Data Card) to use existing Vanguard Networks
Adapter Cables when running high-speed V.11/X.21, V.35, or V.36.
Installation and Replacement
3-15
Installing The Vanguard 3400 Series
Figure 3-6. 2-Port Serial Card Y-Cable (P/N 62026-01)
3-16
Installation and Replacement
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Introduction
You can modify your Vanguard 3400 Series by adding or replacing daughtercards or
mini-PCI modules. This section explains how to make these modifications.
Daughtercards
You can install up to two Vanguard Networks Daughtercards in the Vanguard 3400
Series.
• For information about installing a standard Vanguard Daughtercard, refer to
the sample daughtercard installation illustration in Figure 3-7 or the Vanguard
Daughtercard Installation Guide (Part Number T0020).
When installing a Vanguard Daughtercard into a 3400 Series, you must use the
shorter two-sided header. The taller header is used with other Vanguard units.
Remove a Daughtercard
1
Locate the Daughtercard you want to remove
and loosen the screws that are holding it to the
back panel.
2
Loosen and remove the mounting screw(s).
3
Carefully lift out the daughtercard.
Sample Daughtercard
Two-Sided Header
Blank Filler Panel
Install a Daughtercard
Locate the slot where you want to install the Daughtercard and remove the filler
panel by loosening the screws.
1
Note
2
3
If original Blank Panel is installed, insert a screwdriver into the slot at the center
(as shown in inset) of the filler panel and work the screwdriver up and down to
loosen the panel. Detach the filler panel from the tabs at each end and remove.
Carefully position the Daughtercard over the connector. Press down firmly so the
daughtercard connector seats properly with the motherboard connector.
Secure the Daughtercard with the mounting screws on the back panel.
CAUTION: Ensure that daughtercard connector pins are properly aligned with
the corresponding motherboard connector to prevent damage to the card when
power is applied.
Figure 3-7. Sample Daughtercard Installation
Installation and Replacement
3-17
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Accessing the Motherboard
Introduction
This section explains how to access the motherboard for the Vanguard 3400 Series. It
also identifies the location of the key motherboard components.
Before replacing modules, fans, batteries, or daughtercards, you must access the
Vanguard 3400 Series motherboard.
Instructions for the Figure 3-8 shows how to remove and install the Vanguard 3400 Series motherboard.
3400 Series
Figure 3-9 shows the location of the components on the motherboard.
Warning
To prevent injury and damage to the equipment, power down the unit and disconnect
the power cord before you remove or install the motherboard.
Avertissement
Pour éviter toute blessure ou endommagement de l’équipement, éteignez l’unité et
déconnectez le cordon d’alimentation avant d’enlever ou d’installer la carte mère.
Warnung
Um persönliche Verletzungen und Schäden am Gerät zu verhindern, schalten Sie das
Gerät ab, und ziehen Sie den Netzstecker aus, bevor Sie die Hauptplatine entfernen
oder installieren.
Caution
Use care when handling and placing the motherboard on a surface. There are
components on the bottom of the motherboard that can be damaged.
Caution
Some components used in the 3400 Series are sensitive to static electric discharges;
static electric discharges can cause damage to internal components. Use proper
handling and grounding precautions whenever handling cards and components.
Mise en Garde
Certains composants du 3400 Series sont sensibles aux décharges électrostatiques
qui peuvent les endommager. Prenez les dispositions et précautions de mise à la terre
nécessaires lors de la manipulation de cartes et de composants.
Vorsicht
Einige im 3400 Series verwendeten Komponenten sollten keinen elektrostatischen
Entladungen ausgesetzt werden, durch die interne Bauteile beschädigt werden
können. Wenden Sie die entsprechenden Maßnahmen zur Erdung und zum Schutz
vor statischen Ladungen bei der Handhabung von Karten und Komponenten an.
3-18
Installation and Replacement
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Caution
When handling any components or cards, use ESD protection.
Removing the Motherboard
1
Power down the unit and remove the cables
and power cord.
2
Remove the two screws on either side of the
motherboard rear panel.
3
Pull motherboard out of chassis by grabbing
the bottom edge of rear panel and carefully
sliding it out of chassis.
4
Place the motherboard on a clean flat surface.
Installing the Motherboard
1
Carefully slide the motherboard into the card guides within the
chassis opening, then push the motherboard into the enclosure.
2
Install and tighten screws on both sides of the rear panel. Be sure
the screws are snug.
3
Reconnect the cables and power cord and power up the unit.
Figure 3-8. Vanguard 3400 Series Motherboard Removal and 
Replacement
Installation and Replacement
3-19
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Motherboard
Components
Figure 3-9, Figure 3-11, and Figure 3-12 show the components on a Vanguard 3400
Series motherboard.
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Figure 3-9. Location of the 3410 Motherboard Components
3-20
Installation and Replacement
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Not Used
Figure 3-10. Location of the 3410w Motherboard Components
Installation and Replacement
3-21
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Daughtercard Slot 2
Fan
Figure 3-11. Location of the 3460 Motherboard Components
3-22
Installation and Replacement
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Future Expansion Connection for Upgradeablity
Daughtercard Slot 1
Serial Number Label
Encryption Module
Battery
Daughtercard Slot 2
Fan
Figure 3-12. Location of the 3480 Motherboard Components
Installation and Replacement
3-23
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Installing and Removing the Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card
Introduction
The Encryption PCI Mezzanine card is an option and may have been installed on the
motherboard at the factory. If not, you can install or replace the card.
This section explains how to:
• Add and remove Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card.
For instructions for removing the motherboard, refer to the “Accessing the
Motherboard” section on page 3-18.
Adding or
Removing
Encryption PCI
Mezzanine Card
Figure 3-13 shows how to add or remove an Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card. Refer
to Figure 3-9, Figure 3-11, or Figure 3-12for the location of the Encryption PCI
Mezzanine Card.
For instructions for removing the motherboard, refer to the “Accessing the
Motherboard” section on page 3-18.
Caution
Some components used in the 3400 Series are sensitive to static electric discharges;
static electric discharges can cause damage to internal components. Use proper
handling and grounding precautions whenever handling cards and components.
Mise en Garde
Certains composants du 3400 Series sont sensibles aux décharges électrostatiques
qui peuvent les endommager. Prenez les dispositions et précautions de mise à la terre
nécessaires lors de la manipulation de cartes et de composants.
Vorsicht
Einige im 3400 Series verwendeten Komponenten sollten keinen elektrostatischen
Entladungen ausgesetzt werden, durch die interne Bauteile beschädigt werden
können. Wenden Sie die entsprechenden Maßnahmen zur Erdung und zum Schutz
vor statischen Ladungen bei der Handhabung von Karten und Komponenten an.
Note
The location of the Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card is indicated on the
motherboard as shown in Figure 3-9.
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Installation and Replacement
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Release Lever
Inserting Encryption
PCI Mezzanine Card
Removing Encryption
PCI Mezzanine Card
Adding Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card
1
Insert the module into the connector at an angle as shown.
2
Push down on the module so that it is parallel to the motherboard
and the release levers lock it into place.
Removing Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card
1
Pull outward on the release levers at the side of the card, to allow the module to be removed
from the connector.
2
Raise the leading edge of module so that it is at an angle to the motherboard and remove it
from the connector.
Figure 3-13. Encryption PCI Mezzanine Card Installation/Replacement
Installation and Replacement
3-25
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Installing/Removing the Lithium Battery
Introduction
Vanguard 3400 Series uses a lithium battery on the motherboard to maintain the
node’s realtime clock. The battery is not used to store the configuration memory.
This section explains how to replace the battery.
Warning
Only qualified service personnel should perform the procedure described in this
section. If the battery is installed incorrectly, it could explode after the Vanguard
product is powered up, damaging the unit.
Avertissement
Seules des personnes qualifiées peuvent mettre en pratique les procédures décrites
dans cette section. Si la batterie n’est pas correctement installée, elle risque
d’exploser après la mise en marche du produit Vanguard et d’endommager l’unité.
Warnung
Die in diesem Abschnitt aufgeführten Vorgänge sollten ausschließlich von
qualifiziertem Servicepersonal durchgeführt werden. Wenn die Batterie
unsachgemäß installiert wird, kann sie nach dem Einschalten des Vanguard-Produkts
explodieren und das Gerät beschädigen.
Note
After installing the battery, set the Vanguard 3400 Series’s date and time. This is
done via the CTP in the Update System Parameter menu.
Battery Type
Replace the lithium battery with lithium coin cell type CR1225 or its equivalent.
These can be obtained where watch batteries are sold.
Battery Disposal
Dispose of the battery in compliance with applicable local regulations.
3-26
Installation and Replacement
Modifying Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Routine Battery
Replacement
The lithium battery should be replaced every two years. Follow the instructions in
Figure 3-14 to replace the battery.
Before Removing/
Installing the
Battery
Before you remove or install the battery, you must access the Vanguard 3400 Series
motherboard as described in the “Accessing the Motherboard” section on page 3-18.
Removing/
Installing the
Battery
Figure 3-14 shows how to install and replace the battery.
Once you can see the motherboard, locate the battery as shown in Figure 3-14.
To remove the battery
Using your fingers, push the retaining tabs upwards and
pry the battery out of the holder.
To install the battery
Place the battery in the holder with the positive (+) side
up,.
Retaining Tabs
Battery
Note
When done, replace the motherboard as explained in the
“Accessing the Motherboard” section on page 3-18.
Battery
Holder
Lithium Battery
Figure 3-14. Replacing the Battery
Installation and Replacement
3-27
Chapter 4
Powering Up Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Overview
Introduction
This chapter explains how to:
• Power up your Vanguard 3400 Series.
• Ensure that the unit powered up correctly and is up and running by reading the
front panel LEDs.
• Load the Vanguard 3400 Series software.
Powering Up Your Vanguard 3400 Series
4-1
Power Up Procedure
Power Up Procedure
Introduction
This section explains how to power up the Vanguard 3400 Series.
Procedure
Follow these steps to power up your Vanguard 3400 Series.
Step
Action
1
Ensure that all the cards are fully inserted and secure.
2
Ensure that the AC power cord is plugged in.
3
Ensure the front panel power LED is on.
To power down the Vanguard 3400 Series, unplug the power supply AC power cord
from the power receptacle.
LEDs
Figure 4-1 shows the Vanguard 3400 Series LEDs and the table that follows
describes them.
Power
Stats
Figure 4-1. Vanguard 3400 Series LEDs
3400 Series System State
LED
Description
Initial
PowerON
Diagnostics
Executing
SW Loading
Operational
Status
Power
Power OK
On
On
On
On
Stats
Diagnostics/SW
Loading
On
Off
Blinking
On
4-2
Powering Up Your Vanguard 3400 Series
Loading the Software
Loading the Software
Introduction
This section briefly describes how to load the software into your Vanguard 3400
Series.
Note
After the software has been loaded, refer to the appropriate user document to
configure and use the different software options.
Operating Software The operating software is compressed in FLASH and loaded into SDRAM for
execution. There are a variety of operating software feature sets available for the
Vanguard 3400 Series.
Note
See the Software Installation and Download Guide (Part Number T0028) for
information on installing the operating software.
Optional Software
You can obtain Applications Ware Packages that can be tailored to your specific
needs. The Applications Ware licenses available for Vanguard products are:
• IPSAFE
• SNA+
• Multiservice (MS)
Optional licenses include:
• Security
• Voice Applications Ware
• Advanced Voice Applications
Note
For details about the contents of the license upgrade packages and how they can
be obtained, refer to the latest Software Release Notice. A license refers to both a
legal document that allows a customer to use features and to the software that
contains the features.
Powering Up Your Vanguard 3400 Series
4-3
Appendix A
Specifications
Overview
Introduction
This appendix describes the physical and electrical specifications for the Vanguard
3400 Series.
Dimensions
Figure A-1 shows the exterior dimensions of the Vanguard 3400 Series.
Width: 8.4 in.
(21.3 cm)
Height: 2.6 in.
(6.6 cm)
Length: 11.6 in.
(29.5 cm)
Figure A-1. Vanguard 3400 Series Exterior Dimensions
Weight
The Vanguard 3400 Series/ weights are listed below:
Vanguard
3400 Series with two daughtercards installed.
Environment
Weight
8 lbs
Operating temperature: 32° to 98° F (0° to 40° C)
Storage temperature: -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
Relative humidity: 5% to 90% (non-condensing)
A-1
Power
Requirements
Input voltage: 5 VDC Nom.
Input current: 3400 Series: 4 A Max.
Maximum input power consumption: 3400 Series: 20 W
A-2
Appendix B
Software License and Regulatory Information
Overview
Introduction
This appendix provides information about the following:
• FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and Requirements
• Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
B-1
FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and Requirements for DSU, T1, and ISDN Interfaces
FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and
Requirements for DSU, T1, and ISDN Interfaces
Before You Begin
Before a Vanguard 3400 Series can be connected to the network, you must do the
following:
• Provide the local telephone company with the equipment’s registration number.
• Order the proper connections
How to Order
Connections
To order the proper connections, provide the telephone company with the following
information:
•
•
•
•
Interface type
Required USOC jack connector number
Service code
Facility interface codes
Interface Type
56-kbps digital interface
ISDN U Interface
ISDN S/T Interface
Fractional T1 Interface
Troubleshooting
Your Connection
USOC Jack
Connector
RJ48S
RJ49C
-------RJ48C
Service
Code
6.0F
6.0Y
6.0F
6.0F
Facility Interface
Code
04DU5-56
02lS5
02lS5
04DU9-BN
04DU9-2SN
If any of your equipment is not operating correctly, immediately remove it from the
telephone line before damaging the network. If the telephone company is aware of
the problem, they may temporarily disconnect your service. Whenever possible, the
telephone company notifies you in advance of the disconnection.
If advance notice is not feasible, you are notified as soon as possible. Once notified,
you can correct the problem. If necessary, it is your right to file a complaint with the
FCC.
B-2
FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and Requirements for DSU, T1, and ISDN Interfaces
Customer-Provided FCC regulations and telephone company procedures prohibit connection of
Telephone
customer-provided equipment to telephone company-provided coin service 
Equipment
(central office-implemented systems). Connection to party lines is subject to 
state tariffs.
Occasionally, the telephone company may make changes in their equipment,
operations, or procedures. If these changes can affect your equipment or service, 
the telephone company provides written notice so that you can make the necessary
changes to maintain uninterrupted service.
Contact your telephone company if you have any questions about your telephone
line.
In some circumstances, the telephone company may ask you for information about
the equipment that is connected to the telephone line. Within the United States 
(at the request of the telephone company), you should provide your equipment’s
FCC registration number. This number is located on the unit’s label on the bottom 
of the unit.
B-3
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
The following sections provide information about standards compliance, safety
statements, and ISDN Type Approvals.
Warnings And
Cautions
The following special notices apply to all equipment handling procedures in this
installation guide.
Warning
Ports capable of connecting to ports on other apparatus are defined as Safety Extra
Low Voltage (SELV). To conform with EN60950, ensure that these ports are only
connected to ports of the same type on other apparatus.
Avertissement
Les ports qui sont susceptibles d’être connectés à des équipements sont désignés
comme TBTS. Pour garantir la conformité à la norme EN 60950, n’interconnecte ces
ports qu’avec des ports du même type sur des autres matériels.
Warnung
Anschlusse, die mit anderen Geraten verbindet werden konnen, sind als SELV
beschrieben. Um Konformitat mit EN 60950 zu versichern, sichern Sie es, daß diese
Anschlusse nur mit den des selben Type auf anderen Geraten verbindet werden.
CE Marking
One of the marks in the following diagram appears on each of the Vanguard products
that are ISDN compatible, and the statement that follows explains its significance.
Figure B-1. CE Mark
This product is CE marked to indicate compliance with the following European
Directives:
• 73/23/EECLow Voltage Directive (Safety)
• 1999/5/EC Radio & Telecom Terminal Equipment (R&TTE)
• 89/336/EECEMC Directive
Copies of the full Declaration of Conformity are available at the following URL:
http://www.vanguardnetworks.com/
B-4
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
Declarations of
Conformity
English
Declaration of Conformity:
Hereby, Vanguard Networks declares that this Vanguard Router is in compliance with the
requirement and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Danish
K o n fo r m ite ts e r k læ r in g :
H e rm e d e rk læ re r V a n g u a rd N e tw o rk s a t in d e s tå e n d e V a n g u a rd R o u te r e r i
o v e re n s s te m m e ls e m e d d e g ru n d læ g g e n d e k ra v o g d e re le v a n te p u n k te r i d ire k tiv
1 9 9 9 /5 /E F .
Dutch
Verklaring van overeenstemming:
Hierbij verklaart Vanguard Networks dat diens Vanguard Router voldoet aan de basisvereisten en
andere relevante voorwaarden van EG-richtlijn 1999/5/EG.
Finnish
Vaatimustenmukaisuusvakuutus:
Vanguard Networks vakuuttaa täten, että Vanguard Router on direktiivin 1999/5/EC keskeisten
vaatimusten ja sen muiden tätä koskevien säännösten mukainen
French
Déclaration de conformité :
Par la présente, Vanguard Networks déclare que ce routeur Vanguard est conforme aux
conditions essentielles et à toute autre modalité pertinente de la Directive 1999/5/CE.
German
Konformitätserklärung:
Hiermit erklärt Vanguard Networks dass der Vanguard Router die grundlegenden Anforderungen
und sonstige maßgebliche Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG erfüllt.
Greek
Δ ή λω ση Σ υμ μ όρ φ ω ση ς:
Δ ια του παρόντος, η εταιρεία V an guard N etw orks δηλώ νει ότι η παρούσα συσκευή
(δρομ ολογητής) V an guard R outer πληροί τις βασικές απαιτήσεις και ά λλες βασικές
προϋποθέσεις της Ο δηγίας 1999/5/Ε K .
B-5
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
Italian
Dichiarazione di conformità:
Con la presente Vanguard Networks dichiara che il router Vanguard soddisfa i requisiti essenzial
e le altre disposizioni pertinenti della direttiva 1999/5/CE.
Portuguese
Declaração de Conformidade:
Através da presente, a Vanguard Networks declara que este encaminhador Vanguard se encontra
em conformidade com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições relevantes da Directiva
1999/5/CE.
Spanish
Declaración de conformidad:
Por la presente declaración, Vanguard Networks declara que este encaminador Vanguard cumple
los requisitos esenciales y otras cláusulas importantes de la directiva 1999/5/CE.
Swedish
Överensstämmelseförklaring:
Vanguard Networks förklarar härmed att denna Vanguardrouter överensstämmer med de
väsentliga kraven och övriga relevanta stadganden i direktiv 1999/5/EG.
B-6
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
Industry Canada
The following information includes the Industry Canada statement regarding ISDN
and T1 equipment use.
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means
that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective,
operational, and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the
equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be
connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment
must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases, the
company’s inside wiring associated with a single line individual service might be
extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord).
The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions might not
prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian
maintenance facility designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by
the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, could give the
telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of
the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present,
are connected together. This precaution can be particularly important in rural areas.
Caution
Users must not attempt to make such connection themselves, but must contact the
appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
Mise en Garde
Les utilisateurs ne doivent pas établir de telles connexions eux-mêmes. Ils doivent
contacter une personne compétente ou un électricien.
Vorsicht
Benutzer sollten nicht versuchen, diese Verbindung selbst herzustellen, sondern 
dazu die zuständige Aufsichtsbehörde für Elektroinstallationen bzw. einen
Elektroinstallateur kontaktieren.
Notification of
Canadian
Requirements
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus as set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the
Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les
limites applicables aux appareils numériques de classe A prescrites dans le règlement
sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le Ministère des Communications du
Canada.
B-7
Product Declarations and Regulatory Information
Radio Frequency
Interference
Regulations
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, CISPR 22 and EN 55022. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician to help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Vanguard Networks could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
This product was FCC certified under test conditions that included use of shielded
data terminal equipment cables. Use of different cables will invalidate FCC
certification and increase the risk of causing interference to radio and TV reception.
You can obtain the proper cables from Vanguard Networks.
B-8
Return Procedures
Introduction
The following sections apply to U.S.A. customers only. Non-U.S.A. customers with
questions or concerns regarding return procedures should contact their Vanguard
Networks subsidiary or distributor.
Equipment Return
Procedures
If you have questions about equipment return procedures, on-site service or unit
exchange service call the Vanguard Networks Technical Support Center at (800)
544-0062 for advice and assistance.
In Case of Damage If the equipment is damaged in transit, contact the shipper.
If you have additional concerns in case of failure, about missing parts, or to return
equipment, contact your nearest Vanguard Networks representative.
For Locations
Contact...
Inside the United States
Vanguard Networks 
25 Forbes Boulevard
Foxboro, MA 02035
Phone (508) 964-6200.
Outside the United States
the nearest Vanguard Networks distributor.
For a listing of our Sales and Service Offices,
visit our Web site at:
http://www.vanguardnetworks.com/
Expiration of Lease To return equipment upon expiration of a lease agreement, contact the Vanguard
Networks Support Center at (800) 544-0062 for return authorization and
instructions. You will be asked to provide the following information:
•
•
•
•
Product name and description
Serial number
Customer order number
Reason for return
Return Procedures-1
Factory Repair
To return equipment for factory repair, call the Vanguard Networks Technical
Support Center at (800) 544-0062, for return authorization and instructions. When
you call, you will be given a Return Material Authorization (RMA) control number.
Mark this number clearly on the shipping container for ease of identification and
faster service. The RMA control number provides a convenient tracking reference
for both parties. Please have the following information available for each piece of
equipment you return:
• Product name and description
• Serial number
• Failure symptoms
Packaging
Guidelines for
Equipment Return
Data communications equipment or parts that are to be returned to Vanguard
Networks for any reason must be properly packaged to prevent damage in shipment
and handling.
If the original packing material and shipping container are available, reuse these
items to return equipment. If these items are not available, it is your responsibility to
package the contents in a manner that protects the equipment from damage during
normal shipping and handling. Responsibility for damage to equipment during
transit must be resolved between you and the carrier. Vanguard Networks can
provide you with specific packaging instructions upon request.
Return Procedures-2
Index
Numerics
1- and 2-Port Serial Card Interface 3-9
2 Port Voice FXS Daughtercard 2-11, 2-14
2-Port Data Card 2-12
2-Port Serial Y-cable 3-15
56 K DSU/CSU Daughtercard 2-10
A
Adding Components 3-17
Applications 1-7
IPT Gateway 1-9
Audience 1-3
B
Battery
Disposal 3-26
Removal and Replacement 3-26
Remove/Replace 3-26
Replacement Type 3-26
C
Cable Adapters 3-8
Cabling 3-7
2-Port Serial Data Card 3-15
Cable Adapters 3-8
daughtercards 3-15
Canadian Regulatory Requirements B-7
Choosing a site 3-4
Components
Motherboard 3-20
Conformity Declarations B-5
Connections
Ordering B-2
Contents 3-2
Shipping 3-2
Customer Information 1-xi
Customer Provided Telephone Equipment B-3
Customer Reponse Card 1-xiii
D
Daughtercard
2 Port Voice FXS 2-14
2-Port Data Card 2-12
DIM 2-13
ISDN BRI-ST 2-13, 2-14
ISDN BRI-U 2-13
Daughtercards 1-4
2 Port Voice FXS 2-11
56K DSU/CSU 2-10
cabling 3-15
Compatibility 2-10
Dual E&M 2-12
FT1/FE1 2-11
Remove/Replace 3-17
Supported 2-9
Declarations of Conformity B-5
DIM Daughtercard 2-13
Dimensions and Weight A-1
Disposal
Battery 3-26
Dual E&M Daughtercard 2-12
E
Electromagnetic Radiation
requirements B-7
Enclosure 2-2
enclosure 2-2
Encryption PCI Mezzanine card Removal and
Replacement 3-24
Equipment Return
Packaging 1-2
Equipment return 1-1
F
Factory repair 1-2
Features 1-2
Front Panel 1-1
FT1/FE1 Daghtercard 2-11
H
Hardware Specifications A-1
Heat 3-6
High-Speed DTE Interface 3-8
I
Installation 3-3
Cabling 3-7
Choosing a site 3-4
Port Numbering 3-7
Thermal Considerations 3-6
Installation and Replacement 3-1
Interface
1- and 2-Port Serial Card 3-9
ISDN BRI-S/T Daughtercard 2-13, 2-14
ISDN BRI-U Daughtercard 2-13
Index-1
L
Lease Expirations 1-1
Loading Software 4-3
M
Modules 2-15
Motherboard 2-5
components 2-5
Remove/Replace 3-18
Motherboard Components 3-20
O
Operating Environment 3-4
Optional Software 4-3
Ordering Connections B-2
facility interface code B-2
interface type B-2
service code B-2
USOC jack connector B-2
Overview 1-1
P
Pinouts
DB25 connector 3-12
RJ-45 connector. 3-14
V.11/X.21 Cable Adapter 3-9
V.35/V.36 Cable Adapter 3-10
Port Numbering 3-7
Ports
numbers 3-7
Rear 3-8
Power Requirements A-2
Power Up LEDs
LEDs 4-2
Power Up Sequence 4-2
Powering Up 4-1
Product Declarations B-4
R
Rear Panel 2-3
Regulartory Information B-1
Regulations
Radio Frequency B-8
Regulatory Information B-4
Canadian requirements B-7
Industry Canada B-7
Removal and Replacement
Battery 3-26
Encryption PCI Mezzanine card 3-24
Remove/Replace
Index-2
Battery 3-26
Components 3-17
Daughtercard 3-17
Motherboard 3-18
Requirements
Power A-2
S
Shipping Contents 3-2
Software
Operating 4-3
Optional 4-3
Software Licenses 1-6
Software Loading 4-3
Software Support 1-5
SoftwareLicense and Regulartory Information B-1
Special Cables 3-8, 3-11
Special notices
description 1-v
Specifications A-1
Physical and Electrical A-1
Support
Modules 2-15
Supported Daughtercards 2-9
T
Telephone Company Procedures B-2
Temperature 3-6
Thermal Considerations 3-6
Translations 1-v
Troubleshooting
connections B-2
U
Unpacking
parts list 3-2
W
Weight and Dimensions A-1