UNICOM fep-31024t-2 Specifications

Dyna-Switch/16
Dyna-Switch/24
16 Port or 24 Port
10/100Base-TX Fast Ethernet Switch
FEP-31016T-2
FEP-31024T-2
908 Canada Court
City of Industry, CA 91748 U.S.A.
Phone: 626.964.7873 or 800.346.6668 Fax: 626.964.7880
www.unicomlink.com
e-mail: info@unicomlink.com
©UNICOM 2004. UNICOM and “A Network Systems Solution” are trademarks of UNICOM Electric, Inc.
All rights reserved. Specifications subject to change without notice.
Rev: 07.04
USER’S MANUAL
Necessary Cables:
LED Indicators:
UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) Cable
Per Device:
Power
Per Port:
Link/Activity,
Full duplex/Collision
Package Contents
Package includes the following:
■
Performance Specifications
Transmission Method:
MAC address table:
Memory buffer:
Back-plane:
Maximum Forwarding Rate:
(64byte packets)
Flow control:
Duplex mode:
Store and forward
4K MAC address table
1.25Mbits
3.2Gbps
14,880 pps /10Base-T
148,800 pps /100Base-TX
Back-pressure (half-duplex)
Pause frame (full-duplex)
Supports both Half-duplex and
Full-duplex mode
Dyna-Switch/16 or 24
■ Rack-mounting brackets
■ AC power cord
■ Four (4) adhesive-backed rubber feet
■ User’s manual
■ Warranty card
Dyna-Switch/16 or 24
AC power cord
rubber feet
User’s Guide
Figure 1. Contents of package.
Physical & Environmental Specification
Power Supply:
Power consumption:
Storage temperature:
Dimensions:
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
Humidity:
EMI:
Safety:
100-240V AC, 50-60Hz
Internal universal power supply
14 Watts (maximum)
-10˚C to 70˚C
440mm x 120mm x 44mm (L x W x H )
17.6” x 4.88” x 1.76” (L x W x H )
0˚C to 45˚C (32˚F to 113˚F)
-10˚C to 70˚C
10% to 90% (non-conditioning)
FCC Class A, CE, CE/EN60950
UL, cUL
IMPORTANT: If any piece is missing or damaged, please contact your
local dealer or reseller for service.
For Your Records
Product Name:
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
Purchased from:
Notes:
FCC Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a commercial installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference with 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 the user’s expense.
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Introduction
Troubleshooting
The Dyna-Switch/16 and Dyna-Switch/24 (Auto MDI/MDIX) are Fast
Ethernet switches that provide wire-speed, a Fast Ethernet switching
function which allows high-performance, low-cost connections to Fullduplex, Half-duplex, 10Mbps and 100Mbps Ethernet networks. The
Switches are targeted at workgroup, department, or backbone computing
environments in SME (small, medium enterprise) businesses.
The Switch can be easily monitored through panel indicators to assist in
identifying problems. This section describes common problems you may
encounter and possible solutions.
These Switches provides auto-sensing 10/100Mbps Ethernet RJ-45 ports
which automatically detect the speed of the device that you plug into them.
This switching function allows 10Mbps, 100Mbps, Full-duplex and Halfduplex devices to communicate on the same network without having to
replace any infrastructure. This flexible feature allows your network a
timely, economical migration to 100Mbps Fast Ethernet.
Key Features
■
Automatic MDI/MDIX crossover for all ports
■
N-Way Auto-negotiation for 10/100Mbps transmissions
■
Auto-MDIX supported on all ports
■
Store-and-Forward switching architecture
■
Auto-detection of full/half-duplex mode in all ports
■
3.2Gbps switch backplane
■
Embedded 1.25Mbits memory buffer
■
4K-entry MAC address table
■
LED indicators for Power, Link/activity, and Full Duplex/Collision
■
19” Standard Rack Size
■
Conforms to IEEE 802.3, 802.3u, and 802.3x standard
■ Power
If the power indicator does not light when the power cord is plugged
in, you may have a problem with the power outlet or cord. However, if
the power LED goes off after running for a while, check for loose power
connections, power losses or surges at the power outlet. Turn off
power, wait 30 seconds and turn power on again. If problem is still
not resolved, call for dealer’s assistance.
■ Cabling
Verify that the cabling type is correct. Make sure all cable connectors
are securely seated in the required ports. Use only standard
Unshielded Twisted-Pair (UTP), Category 3, 4, 5, or 5e cables. Use
only Category 5 or 5e when connecting with Fast Ethernet. Make
certain the maximum distance between the Switch and what it’s
connected to is 100 meters or less.
NOTE: Do not plug a standard telephone cord into an RJ-45 port.
This may damage the switch or phone system.
Product Specifications
General Specifications
For full coverage of your warranty, be sure
to register your product using the enclosed
registration card.
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Standard
Compliance:
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T Ethernet
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control and Back-pressure
IEEE ANSI/IEEE 802.3 N-way Auto-negotiation
Protocol
CSMA/CD
Ports:
10/100Mbps Auto-sensing RJ-45 ports with
Auto MDI/MDIX crossover
Data Transfer Rate: Ethernet:
10Mbps (half-duplex)
20Mbps (full-duplex)
Fast Ethernet: 100Mbps (half-duplex)
200Mbps (full-duplex)
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Hardware Description
Segment Bridge
For enterprise networks where large data broadcasts are constantly
processed, these switches are an ideal solution for department users to
connect to the corporate backbone.
The Front Panel
The Front Panels of the Dyna-Switch/16 and 24 consist of
10/100Base-TX RJ-45 ports and LED Indicators.
In the illustration below, two Ethernet switches, with PCs, print servers,
and a local server attached, are both connected to a Dyna-Switch. All of
the devices in this network can communicate with each other through
the Dyna-Switch. Connecting servers to the switch allows other users to
access the server’s data.
Figure 2. Front Panel views of Dyna-Switch/16 and 24
Server
The Rear Panel
LK/ACT
FD/COL
LK/ACT
ch/16
Dyna-Swit e-TX Switch
16
/ 100Bas
Port 10
FD/COL
POWER
The 3-pronged power plug is located at the rear panel of the
switches as shown in the Figure 3. The Switch operates on AC in the
range 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz.
Figure 3. Rear panel view of the Dyna-Switch/16 and 24
Printers
LED Indicators
Workstations
Figure 6. Segment Bridge Application
The LED Indicators give real-time information of systematic operation
status. The following table provides descriptions of the LED status
and their meanings.
Per Device: Power
Per Port:
LINK/ACT ( Link/Activity )
FDX/COL ( Full duplex/Collision )
For LED indication details, please refer to page 4.
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Network Application
LINK/ACT and FDX/COL
Indicators
Power Indicator
Figure 4. Front panel view of LED indicators
Status LEDs
Small Workgroup
LED
Status
Color
Description
Power
On
Green
The switch is supplied with
suitable power.
On
Green
The port is connecting with
the device.
LINK/ACT
This section provides a few samples of network topology in which the
Switches are used. The Dyna-Switch/16 and 24 are designed to be
used as segment switches. With their large address tables (4K MAC
address) and high performance, they are ideal for interconnecting
networking segments.
With the Dyna-Switch/16 and 24, you can interconnect PCs,
workstations, and servers to each other.The switch automatically learns
node addresses, which are subsequently used to filter and forward all
traffic based on the destination address.
Blinks
The port is receiving or
transmitting data.
The Dyna-Switch/16 and 24 can be used as standalone switches
interconnecting personal computers, servers, and print servers forming a
small workgroup.
LK/ACT
FD/COL
LK/ACT
ch/16
Dyna-Swit e-TX Switch
16 Port
Off
On
10 / 100Bas
FD/COL
POWER
The port is not linked
successfully with the device.
Orange
The port is operating in Full
Duplex mode.
Printers
FDX/COL
Blinks
A packet collision occurred at
this port.
Server
Workstations
Off
No device attached or the port is
operating in Half Duplex mode.
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Figure 5. Small Workgroup Application
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