Zhone SPEED-DSL 4.6 Instruction manual

SPEED-DSL 4.6
Ethernet connection over 4-wires
Up to 4.6 Mbit/s
Manual
SPEED-DSL 4.6
Notes
Before installing and putting the device into operation, please read the security
guidelines at the end of this documentation!
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description of technical processes and notes, and that their implementation as
described is not necessarily sensible in every individual case. In case of doubt, it is
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SPEED-DSL 4.6
CAUTION Pan Dacom Direkt GmbH strongly recommends the use of proper electrostatic discharge
(ESD) precautions when handling this equipment.
1. Installation
1.1. Unpack and Inspect the Equipment
The following components should be included:
1 SPEED-DSL 4.6 or SPEED-DSL 4.6G
1 power supply
1.2. Power Up the SPEED-DSL 4.6
Plug the power supply into the back of the SPEED-DSL 4.6 and connect it to the power
source. Verify that the Power LED on the front of the SPEED-DSL 4.6 is illuminated.
SDSL 2
SDSL 2
SPEED-DSL 4.6
Power Adapter
Configuration
Ethernet Connection
5V DC
SDSL Connection
SDSL 1
SDSL
Connection
SDSL 1
Power
Collision
Rx
Tx
Lnk
Ethernet Connection
NOTE Upon start up, the Ethernet link will remain disabled (as indicated by solid
illumination of the Ethernet Rx, Tx, and Lnk LEDs) until at least one of the two
SDSL connections has been established.
1.3. Configure the Switches
Configuration switches for the SDSL ports are on the back of the SPEED-DSL 4.6, numbered
from left to right, 1-4.
SDSL 2
Power Adapter
Configuration
Ethernet Connection
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5V DC
SDSL 1
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1.3.1
Bandwidth
Switches #1-3: SPEED-DSL 4.6-P and SPEED-DSL 4.6G-P ONLY
Switches 1-3 on the SPEED-DSL 4.6-P work in tandem with one another to provide eight
bandwidth options for the two SDSL ports; bandwidth for the two ports cannot be
configured individually. 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 4.6 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).
BANDWIDTH AND DISTANCE OPTIONS
Switch Position
Bandwidth (kbps)
Distance
Single Line
Connection
Double Line
Bonded
Connection
Feet
Meters
down down down
2,320
4,640
11,000
3,353
down down
up
2,064
4,128
11,900
3,627
up
down
1,552
3,104
12,600
3,840
up
up
1,040
2,080
15,500
4,724
784
1,586
16,000
4,877
1
2
down
down
3
up
down down
up
down
up
528
1,056
17,900
5,456
up
up
down
400
800
18,900
5,761
up
up
up
Adaptive*
Adaptive*
varies
varies
*Adaptive mode allows the SPEEDDSL 4.6-P to train up to the best
possible speed supported by the
SPEED-DSL 4.6-P, the remote modem
to which it's connected, and the
copper cable pair(s) connecting the
two. The maximum reachable
distance for a single line SPEED-DSL
4.6-P connection in Adaptive mode is
24,700 feet (at 144 kbps).
NOTE Bandwidth cannot be configured on the SPEED-DSL 4.6-S; subscriber units
determine bandwidth via communication with their partner SDSL provider
unit.
1.3.2
Ethernet Duplex Mode
Switch 4: both provider and subscriber units
The Ethernet link can be configured at either Full Duplex or Half Duplex mode. Although
both ends of the ETHERNET connection must have the same duplex mode configuration,
it is not necessary for partner providers and subscribers to be configured the same; duplex
mode does not apply to the SDSL link.
SWITCH 4
CONFIGURATION
down
Half Duplex
up
Full Duplex
1.3.2.1 Half Duplex Ethernet
Receive and transmit functions are mutually exclusive; data transmission occurs in
only one direction at a time. Packet collisions are not unusual.
1.3.2.2 Full Duplex Ethernet
The Ethernet line can recieve and transmit simultaneously, effectively upping
aggregate bandwidth from 10 mbps to 20 mbps and preventing packet collisions.
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1.4. Connect the SDSL Line(s).
The primary feature of the SPEED-DSL 4.6 is loop bonding capability, though both the
provider and subscriber units can also function with a single SDSL connection.
1.4.1
Loop Bonding
Using two SDSL lines for one network connection (loop bonding) will net twice the speed
and data passing capability as a single SDSL connection. A second SDSL line can also be
considered a backup for the first, and vice versa, should one of the lines become disabled.
Plug the SDSL cables into the SDSL RJ45 ports (SDSL 1 and SDSL 2) on the back of the
SPEED-DSL 4.6; the order of connection is not important. Verify both connections: the
SDSL 1 and SDSL 2 LEDs on the front of the SPEED-DSL 4.6 will pulse green to indicate
the connections are established and operational.
SPEED-DSL 4.6
SDSL 2
SDSL 2
Power Adapter
Configuration
5V DC
Ethernet Connection
1.4.2
SDSL 1
SDSL
Connection
SDSL 1
SDSL Connection
Power
Collision
Rx
Tx
Lnk
Ethernet Connection
Single SDSL Connection
Plug the SDSL cable into one of the two SDSL RJ45 ports on the back of the SPEED-DSL
4.6; either port (SDSL 1 or SDSL 2) may be used. Verify the connection: the SDSL LED on
the front of the SPEED-DSL 4.6 (SDSL 1 or SDSL 2 depending upon which port was
connected) will pulse green to indicate the connection is established and operational.
SPEED-DSL 4.6
SDSL 2
SDSL 2
Power Adapter
Configuration
Ethernet Connection
5V DC
SDSL 1
SDSL
Connection
SDSL 1
SDSL Connection
Power
Collision
Rx
Tx
Lnk
Ethernet Connection
Link up time between local and remote SDSL network extenders can vary from one to five
minutes depending on the quality, gauge and distance of the copper cable(s). If cable
distance(s) 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).
SDSL RJ45 PORT
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PIN
CONNECTION
1
not used
2
not used
3
not used
4
Ring
5
Tip
6
not used
7
not used
8
not used
SDSL CABLE: RJ45 CONNECTOR
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1.5. Connect the Ethernet Line
Plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet Connection RJ45 port on the back of the SPEEDDSL 4.6. Verify the connection: solid illumination of the Ethernet Connection Lnk LED on the
front of the SPEED-DSL 4.6 indicates a link has been established, IF an SDSL connection has
already been made. If an SDSL connection has NOT yet been made, the Ethernet link will
remain disabled (as indicated by solid illumination of the Ethernet Rx, Tx and Lnk LEDs) until
at least one of the two SDSL links has been established.
SPEED-DSL 4.6
SDSL 2
SDSL 2
Power Adapter
Configuration
Ethernet Connection
5V DC
SDSL 1
SDSL
Connection
SDSL 1
SDSL Connection
Power
Collision
Rx
Tx
Lnk
Ethernet Connection
NOTE For most applications, the SPEED-DSL 4.6 connects to a PC using a straightthrough Ethernet cable and to a hub or a switch using a crossover
Ethernet cable. For any other connection combinations you must verify the
pinout of the Ethernet device into which you are connecting the SPEED-DSL
4.6 in order to determine which type of cable is required.
ETHERNET RJ45
PORT
PIN
CONNECTION
1
Rx+
2
Rx-
3
Tx+
4
not used
5
not used
6
Tx-
7
not used
8
not used
ETHERNET CABLE: RJ45 CONNECTOR
1.6. Ferrite Chokes
If ferrite chokes are included with your Speed-DSL 4.6, bundle together all power and signal
cables and wrap all the cables with all the ferrite chokes. Position the ferrite chokes as close
as possible to the Speed-DSL 4.6.
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2. Additional Information
2.1. LED Indications
LED
State
Indication Additional Information
Power
solid green
unit is
If the Power LED is not illuminated, it is
operational unlikely that the SPEED-DSL 4.6 is receiving
power and therefore none of the LEDs will be
illuminated.
SDSL
pulsing green
Connections
1&2
Ethernet
Collision
SDSL
Traffic is flowing.
connection
is
established
and active
solid green
problematic A connection exists but there is indication of a
SDSL
problem with the SDSL line.
connection
no illumination
no SDSL
connection
If BOTH SDSL connections are lost, the
Ethernet LEDs will present as follows
(see NOTE on following page):
no illumination
standard
Either there is no traffic or traffic is flowing
without any collisions. If there is no Ethernet
connection, the Ethernet Collision LED will
remain unlit by default.
flashing red
packet
collision(s)
The Ethernet packet(s) will automatically be
retransmitted.
solid red
warning
There is a potential traffic problem over the
Ethernet segment.
Note: A SPEED-DSL 4.6 in Full Duplex mode
does not have collisions; the Ethernet Collision
LED is only applicable in Half Duplex mode.
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Ethernet flashing amber
Rx
solid amber
Ethernet
activity
The SPEED-DSL 4.6 is receiving data from the
Ethernet network.
heavy Rx
traffic
The SPEED-DSL 4.6 is receiving large amounts of
data from across the Ethernet network.
A solid amber Ethernet Rx LED can also signify a lost
SDSL connection when presented as follows (see
NOTE on following page):
no illumination
no activity
Either there is no Ethernet link or a link exists but
there is no activity.
OR
Ethernet flashing amber
Tx
solid amber
Ethernet
activity
The SPEED-DSL 4.6 is transmitting data across
the Ethernet network.
heavy Tx
traffic
The port is transmitting large amounts of data
across the Ethernet network.
A solid amber Ethernet Rx LED can also signify a lost
SDSL connection when presented as follows (see
NOTE on following page):
no illumination
no activity
Either there is no Ethernet link or a link exists but
there is no activity.
OR
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Ethernet solid green
Lnk
no illumination
Ethernet
A solid green Ethernet Lnk LED can also signify a
connection lost SDSL connection; see NOTE below.
is
established
no
The Ethernet Rx and Tx LEDs will remain unlit by
Ethernet
default.
connection
(A pulsing LED blinks steadily at a rate of once per second. A flashing LED blinks at a more
rapid, less constant rate.)
NOTE If both SDSL connections lose link, the Ethernet connection will automatically be
disabled (as indicated by solid illumination of the Ethernet Rx, Tx and Lnk LEDs). Upon
reestablishment of at least one of the SDSL links, the Ethernet connection will be
reinstated and the Ethernet LEDs will reflect current Ethernet status.
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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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