Zhone Speed-DSL 9.2 Instruction manual

Speed-DSL 9.2
Ethernet connection over 8-wires
up to 9.2 Mbit/s
Manual
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SPEED-DSL 9.2
Notes
Before installing and putting the device into operation, please read the security guidelines at the
end of this documentation!
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1 INSTALLATION
1.1 Unpack and Inspect the Equipment
The following components should be included:
1 SPEED-DSL 9.2
1 power supply
1.2 Power Up the SPEED-DSL 9.2
Plug the power supply into the power adapter port on the back of the SPEED-DSL 9.2 and connect it to
your power source. Verify that the Power LED on the front of the SPEED-DSL 9.2 is illuminated.
NOTE Upon start up, the Ethernet link will remain disabled (as indicated by solid illumination of the
Ethernet 100, Act, and Lnk LEDs) until at least one of the four G.SHDSL connections has been
established.
1.3 Configure Bandwidth and Distance
Configuration switches for the G.SHDSL ports are on the back of the SPEED-DSL 9.2, numbered from left
to right, #1-8. Switches #1-3 on the SPEED-DSL 2.3-P work in tandem with one another to provide eight
bandwidth options for the four G.SHDSL ports as a group; bandwidth cannot be configured individually for
the G.SHDSL ports.
NOTE Configuration switches #1-3 are used for G.SHDSL bandwidth configuration on the SPEED-DSL 9.2-P
ONLY. The SPEED-DSL 9.2etermines bandwidth via communication with its partner G.SHDSL
provider equipment. Switches #4-8 are not currently used on the SPEED-DSL 9.2 provider or
subscriber models.
Position switches #1-3 on the SPEED-DSL 9.2-P according to the cable distance for your connection and
your desired G.SHDSL bandwidth. Distance capabilities listed in the following table assume the use of 26
American Wire Gauge (AWG) cable. Connections made with cable of a lesser gauge (e.g., 24 AWG) will
link up at greater distances. Your SPEED-DSL 9.2 may not link up if the cable is in poor condition or if the
cable distance is greater than a particular bandwidth will support; if link IS achieved under such conditions,
traffic quality may be affected (e.g., packets may be dropped).
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Bandwidth and Distance Options
SWITCH #1 SWITCH #2 SWITCH #3 BANDWIDTH (KBPS) DISTANCE (FT) DISTANCE (M)
down
down
down
2,320
11,300
3,444
down
down
up
2,064
12,200
3,719
down
up
down
1,552
12,800
3,901
down
up
up
1,040
16,000
4,877
up
down
down
784
16,800
5,121
up
down
up
528
18,400
5,608
up
up
down
400
19,400
5,913
up
up
up
adaptive
varies
varies
NOTE The SPEED-DSL 9.2-P will run in Adaptive mode when switches #1-3 are in the Up position:
the four ports will train up to the best possible speed supported by the SPEED-DSL 9.2-P,
the remote G.SHDSL equipment and the copper cable pair connecting the two.
1.4 Connect the G.SHDSL Line(s)
The primary feature of the SPEED-DSL 9.2 is loop bonding capability between all four ports, though both
the provider and subscriber units can function with a single G.SHDSL connection as well.
1.4.1
Loop Bonded Connection
Using two, three or four G.SHDSL lines for one network connection (loop bonding) will net two, three or
four times the speed and data passing capability as a single G.SHDSL connection. Multiple G.SHDSL
lines used for one connection can also be considered as backup for each other should one or more of
the lines become disabled.
NOTE A SPEED-DSL 9.2 must be connected with equipment that is also loop bonding capable in
order to utilize the loop bonding feature; see the G.SHDSL Loop Bonding Product to Product
Feature Compatability list.
Plug your G.SHDSL cables into the G.SHDSL RJ45 ports (G.SHDSL 1, 2, 3 and/or 4) on the rear of the
SPEED-DSL 9.2; the order of connection is not important. Verify all connections: the G.SHDSL Link
(Lnk) LED for each connected port will pulse green to indicate the connection is established and
operational.
1.4.2
Single Line Connection
Plug your G.SHDSL cable into one of the four G.SHDSL RJ45 ports on the back of the SPEEDDSL 9.2; any of the four ports may be used. A single line connection can be established between
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an SPEED-DSL 9.2-S and any of G.SHDSL provider equipment. Likewise, a single line connection
can also be established between an SPEED-DSL 9.2-P and G.SHDSL subscriber units. Verify your
connection: the G.SHDSL LED corresponding to the connected port (G.SHDSL 1-4) will flash green
to indicate the connection is established and operational.
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G.SHDSL RJ45 Pinout
PIN CONNECTION
1
not used
2
not used
3
not used
4
ring
5
tip
6
not used
7
not used
8
not used
Link up time between local and remote G.SHDSL network extenders can vary from one to five minutes
depending on the quality, gauge and distance of the copper cable pair being used. If the cable distance is
greater than a particular bandwidth will support, the units may not link up or, if they do achieve link, traffic
quality may be affected (e.g., packets may be dropped).
1.5 Connect the Ethernet Line
NOTE If a G.SHDSL connection has not yet been made, the Ethernet link will remain disabled (as indicated
by solid illumination of the Ethernet 100, Act and Lnk LEDs) until at least one of the four G.SHDSL
links has been established.
1.5.1
Duplex Mode
The 10/100 Ethernet port auto-negotiates speed and duplex mode in accordance with the remote
equipment to which it's connected; Ethernet speed and duplex mode configurations cannot be hard set
on the SPEED-DSL 9.2. For the best connection results, the remote device (PC, hub, switch, etc.) should
be set to auto-negotiate speed and duplex mode as well. If the remote device cannot be configured to
auto-negotiate, speed may be hard set at either 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps but duplex mode must be hard set
to Half Duplex; a 10/100 Ethernet connection will not operate properly if the remote device is hard set to
Full Duplex.
1.5.1.1 Half Duplex
Receive and transmit functions are mutually exclusive; data transmission occurs in only one
direction at a time. Packet collisions are not unusual.
1.5.1.2 Full Duplex
Receive and transmit functions occur simultaneously, effectively doubling aggregate bandwidth and
preventing packet collisions.
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10/100 Ethernet RJ45 Pinout
PIN CONNECTION
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1
Rx+
2
Rx-
3
Tx+
4
not used
5
not used
6
Tx-
7
not used
8
not used
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SPEED-DSL 9.2
2 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
2.1 LED Indications
LED
State
Indication
Additional Information
Power
solid green
unit is operational
If the Power LED is not illuminated, it is
unlikely that the SPEED-DSL 9.2 is
receiving power and therefore none of the
LEDs will be illuminated.
SDSL Link (Lnk)
Ports 1 - 4
pulsing
green
G.SHDSL
connection is
established and
active
Traffic is flowing.
solid green
problematic
G.SHDSL
connection
A connection exists but there is indication
of a problem with the G.SHDSL line.
no
illumination
no G.SHDSL
connection
See NOTE on following page.
flashing
amber
G.SHDSL activity
The SPEED-DSL 9.2 is receiving data.
solid amber
heavy Rx traffic
The SPEED-DSL 9.2 is receiving large
amounts of data.
no
illumination
no activity
A G.SHDSL link may exist but the SPEEDDSL 9.2 is not receiving any data.
G.SHDSL activity
The SPEED-DSL 9.2 is transmitting data.
heavy Tx traffic
The SPEED-DSL 9.2 is transmitting large
amounts of data.
no
illumination
no activity
A G.SHDSL link may exist but the SPEEDDSL 9.2 is not transmitting any data.
solid green
100 Mbps Ethernet If the Ethernet 100 LED is illuminated, the
connection is
Ethernet Lnk LED will also be illuminated.
established
See NOTE below.
no
illumination
no 100 Mbps
Ethernet
connection
pulsing
amber
standard operation Traffic is flowing without any problems
solid amber
heavy traffic
SDSL Data
Reception (Rx)
Ports 1 - 4
SDSL Data
flashing
Transmission (Tx) amber
Ports 1 - 4
solid amber
100 Mbps
Ethernet Link
(100)
10/100 Ethernet
Activity (Act)
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If the Ethernet 100 LED remains unlit but
the Ethernet Lnk LED is illuminated then a
connection has been established at 10
Mbps rather than 100 Mbps.
A solid amber Ethernet Act LED can also
signify a lost G.SHDSL connection; see
NOTE below.
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no
illumination
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no activity
Either there is no Ethernet link or a link
exists but there is no activity.
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10/100 Ethernet
Link (Lnk)
solid green
Ethernet
connection is
established
If the Ethernet Lnk LED is illuminated but not
the Ethernet 100 LED then a 10 Mbps
connection has been established. If the
Ethernet 100 and Lnk LEDs are BOTH
illuminated then a 100 Mbps connection has
been established.
A solid green Ethernet Lnk LED can also signify
a lost G.SHDSL connection; see NOTE below.
no
no Ethernet
illumination connection
The Ethernet 100 and Act LEDs will remain unlit
by default.
(A pulsing LED blinks steadily at a rate of once per second. A flashing LED blinks at a more
rapid, less constant rate.)
NOTE Upon start up, the Ethernet link will remain disabled (as indicated by solid illumination of the
Ethernet 100, Act, and Lnk LEDs) until at least one of the four G.SHDSL connections has
been established. Likewise, if one or more of the G.SHDSL connections had previously been
established but have since been lost, the Ethernet link will automatically be disabled (as
indicated by solid illumination of the Ethernet 100, Act and Lnk LEDs) until at least one of
the connections has been reestablished.
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SPEED-DSL 9.2
2.2 Regulatory Compliance for Class A Equipment
2.2.1
FCC Regulatory Compliance Information for Class A Equipment
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.
The authority to operate this equipment is conditioned by the requirements that no modifications will be
made to the equipment unless the changes or modifications are expressly approved by the
manufacturer.
If the equipment includes a ferrite choke or chokes, they must be installed per the installation
instructions.
2.2.2
Industry Canada Regulatory Compliance Information for Class A Equipment
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian interference-causing equipment
regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du réglement sur le matérial
brouilleur du Canada.
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