Media Converter Chassis Management Module User`s Guide

Media Converter Chassis
Management Module
User’s Guide
FCC Warning
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
regulations 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 this user’s guide, 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.
CE Mark Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product
may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required
to take adequate measures.
VCCI Warning
Rev.C1-01
29071500MCB1000
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................. 1
INTRODUCTION.............................................................................. 1
PURPOSE ............................................................................................ 1
OVERVIEW OF THIS USER’S GUIDE .................................................... 1
UNPACKING AND INSTALL ......................................................... 2
UNPACKING ....................................................................................... 2
INSTALLING THE MANAGEMENT MODULE ........................................ 2
IDENTIFYING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS .............................. 5
FRONT PANEL .................................................................................... 5
LED INDICATORS .............................................................................. 6
CONFIGURING THE SYSTEM ..................................................... 7
MANAGEMENT THROUGH WEB BROWSER ......................................... 7
CONFIGURE THROUGH TERMINAL EMULATOR/TELNET PROGRAM13
MANAGEMENT SETTING THROUGH COMMAND LINE INTERFACE (CLI)
........................................................................................................ 15
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................ 21
INTRODUCTION
The Management Module supports the Media Converter Chassis to
monitor the each Media Converter Module status and to configure
advanced function of the Media Converter Chassis. Through in-band
management via TELNET, Web Browser and management utility or
the out-band management via RJ-45 UTP console port to
monitor/configure the Media Converter Chassis.
The Management Module supports SNMP protocol to advise the
network manager while the device occur an abnormal status.
Purpose
This manual discusses how to install the Management Module to the
Media Converter Chassis.
Overview of this User’s Guide
Introduction. Describes the Management Module and its features.
Unpacking and Install. Helps you get started with the basic
installation of the Management Module.
Identifying External Components. Describes the front panel and
LED indicators of the Management Module.
Configure The Management Module. Helps you how to configure
the Management Module.
Connecting the Management Module. Tells how you can connect
the Management Module to your network.
Technical Specifications. Lists the technical (general, physical and
environmental, performance and Routers settings) specifications of the
Management Module.
UNPACKING AND INSTALL
This chapter provides unpacking and setup information for the
Management Module.
Unpacking
Open the box of the Management Module and carefully unpack it. The
box should contain the following items:

One Management Module

This User’s Guide
If any item is found missing or damaged, please contact your local
reseller for replacement.
Installing the Management Module


Install the Management Module into the Media Converter
Chassis.
Connect the Management Module to the network.
The chassis’s first slot is for the Management Module as illustration.
Slide in the management module in the first slot of the chassis system.
I DENTIFYING E XTERNAL C OMPONENTS
This section identifies all the major external components of the
Management Module. The front panel is shown, followed by a
description of each panel feature. The indicator panel is described in
detail in the next chapter.
Front Panel
The figure below shows the front panels of the Management Module.
The LED indicators of the Management Module include Power On,
Power Fail, Fan Fail, MGM, Console and Link/ACT. The following
shows the LED indicators for the Switch along with an explanation of
each indicator.

LED Indicator Panel
Refer to the next section for detailed information.

10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Port
To configure the device through Web Browser or TELNET
program via LAN Ethernet.

RJ-45 UTP console port
To configure the device through RJ-45 UTP console port.
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LED Indicators
There are two powers at the rear and will indicate on the front panel
the status of the power and fan:
Power On: Lights green when the power is inserted.
Power Fail: Lights Amber when the power is inserted and it is fail.
Fan Fail: Lights Amber when the fan is fail to work.
MGM: Blinks green when the device CPU is working and lights
amber when the CPU works fail.
Console: Blinks green when the data is transmitting through console
port and blinks amber when transmitting the wrong data.
Link/Act: Lights green when link to networking Ethernet and blinks
green for activity.
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C ONFIGURING T HE S YSTEM
This chapter provides network managers and system administrators
with information about how to configure the Media Converter Chassis
via the Management Module.
The reader of this document should be knowledgeable about network
devices, device configuration, network management, and Internet
browsers. The user is assumed to be a network administrator or
manager with an understanding of network operations.
Management through Web browser
The Media Converter Chassis is accessible using a Web browser (IE
explorer, Google Chrome, etc.) to open up the chassis monitoring
system. The default IP Address for the chassis system Management
Module is “192.168.1.1”, and the default Login name and password is
both “root”.
Main Menu
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The Main Menu will show out the Hardware Revision, BIOS Revision and Firmware
Revision, to set the management system, click on the left side menu, System Function
and Configuration, in the center screen is the status screen that appears where you
clicked on the left side menu.
Click on the Media Converter slot and it will appear a screen for you to monitor or
control, depend on what media converter you are using.
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System Function
There are five items in System Function menu, “Software Reboot, Factory Reset, Image
Update, Save Configuration and Configuration Update.
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1-2 Software Reboot
Reboot the management module in order to run the new setting properly.
1-3 Factory Reset
This function is to set the device back to the default setting in case of the messy setting.
There are two functions in Factory Reset page:
Chassis Factory Reset: for all modules factory reset.
CPU Reset: only this control module factory reset.
1-4 Image Update
The section is to set the TFTP Server IP Address first and the Image File name as you
store in the TFTP Server. The Image File can be updated by uploading the image file
from the TFTP server.
Note: The content of the image file will write the whole firmware of the management
module, please be sure that the image file is correct.
1-5 Save Configuration
The section is to save the change on the flash to make sure all configuration settings is
permanent.
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1-6 Configuration Update
The section is explaining how to upload and download the configure setting of the
module.
The Configuration Upload is to restore a setting file to the management module.
The Configuration Download is to backup the setting from the management module.
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Configuration
There are five items in Configuration menu, General Configuration, System
Configuration, SNMP Configuration, Location Setting and Redundant Backup Setting.
2-1 General Configuration
Hardware revision: noted the version of the Media Converter Chassis.
BIOS revision: noted the version of the BIOS.
Firmware revision: noted the version of the firmware.
Old Password: the Old of the admit password.
Change Password: the changing of the admit password.
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Confirm Password: to confirm the setting of admit password.
System Name: to authorize the device system name.
Location: to show the Media Converter Chassis where it is located.
Refresh time: to set the refreshing time of the device through the web.
NOTE: After configuring the system device, need to press the save button to save the
setting.
2-2 System Configuration
MAC Address: will show out the MAC address of the Management Module.
IP Address: to allocate an IP address for the Management Module, the default IP is
“192.168.1.1”.
Subnet Mask: to set the Subnet Mask, the default is 255.255.255.0”.
Default Gateway: to set the gateway address, the default is “0.0.0.0”. (0.0.0.0 Means
no default gateway address)
NOTE: After configuring the system device, need to press the save button to save the
setting.
2-3 SNMP Configuration
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Get Community Name: to get the device community name (default = public).
Set Community Name: to set the device community name (default = private).
Trap Community Name: to authorize the device trap community name (default = public).
Trap Host IP Address: to set the trap host IP address (same as monitoring station IP address).
Cold Start trap: to set the trap for rebooting the device (default = disable).
Warm Start trap: to set the trap when the device had been reset (default = disable).
Authentication Fail Trap: to set the warning trap when the community name of the
device and workstation are different (default = disable).
Power Fail Trap: to set the Power Fail Trap (default = enable).
Fan Fail Trap: to set the Fan fail trap (default = enable).
MC Plugin Trap: to set the trap when a Media Converter Module has been plugged in
(default = enable).
MC Pullout Trap: to set the trap when the Media Converter Module has been pulled
out (default = enable).
MC Broken trap: to set the trap when the Media Converter Module was broken (default
= enable).
MC Link up trap: to set the trap when a linking is connected (default = enable).
MC Link down trap: to set the trap when a linking is disconnected (default = enable).
MC Active Slot Xchg trap: to set the trap when there is a redundant function activated
(default = enable).
MC Active Slot Lose trap: to set the trap when the redundant function is fail (default =
enable).
2-4 Converter Location Setting
Allocating each slot’s location in order to remember in where each
slot was connected.
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2-5 Redundant Backup Setting
The redundant function is to change the master line to the slave line
in case of the linking fails happen.
The Redundant functions were set fixed, the master slot is slot 1(odd
number slot) and the slave slot is slot 2(even number slot), and there
are eight redundant groups in all. The “Act” will indicate what slot
is active.
When Master slot link fail, slave slot will be enabled. When the
slave slot is activated, we need to transfer again to the master slot,
and we need to check the “Restart” box on the group then click Save
button.
The redundant function depends only on some Smart Media Converters.
Configure Through Terminal Emulator/TELNET Program
Console and Terminal Emulator program setting
The Media Converter Chassis Management Module can be accessible
using a terminal or terminal emulator attached to the RJ-45 UTP
console port.
1. Serial port configuration cable:
One end of the cable is a DB9 serial port, which connects to serial
port on computer. Other end is an RJ-45 UTP port, which
connects to the Media Converter Chassis.
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2.
3.
To configure the Hyper Terminal of the management PC via
serial port configuration cable to manage the Media Converter
Chassis.
By default, the Media Converter Management Module uses the
following serial port parameter values:
Bits per second
115200
Stop bits
1
Data bits
8
Parity
NONE
Flow Control
NONE
The default Login name and password is both “root”.
TELNET program setting
The Media Converter Chassis Management Module can be accessible
using TELNET through LAN.
1.
Run TELNET program.
2.
Enter the IP address “192.168.1.1” (the factory-default IP address
setting).
3.
The default Login name and password is both “root”.
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Management Setting Through Command Line Interface
(CLI)
The Command Line Interface (CLI) has following functions:
1.
Reboot
2.
Factory Reset
3.
Image Update
4.
General Configuration
5.
IP interface configuration
6.
SNMP Configuration
7.
CPU module information
8.
Media Converter Configuration
9.
Redundant Backup Setting
10.
Configuration
11.
System Function
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Reboot
COMMANDS
2
reboot
Factory Reset
COMMANDS
reset
cpureset
reset: for all modules factory reset.
cpueset: only this control module factory reset.
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Image Update
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COMMANDS
update <ipaddr> <path_filename (64)>
The <ipaddr> is to set the TFTP Server IP Address first and <path_filename (64)> is the
Image File name as you store in the TFTP Server.
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General Configuration
config system passwd
config system name <string 31>
COMMANDS
config system location <string 31>
config system refreshtime {never | 10secs | 30secs | 1min |
5mins}
show system
The “refreshtime” is to set the refreshing time of the device through the web.
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IP interface configuration
COMMANDS
config ipif system ipaddress <ip_addr> <ip_mask> [<ip_addr>]
show ipif
<ip_addr>: to allocate an IP address for the device, the default IP is “192.168.1.1”.
<ip_mask> : to set the Subnet Mask, the default is “255.255.255.0”.
[<ip_addr>]: to set the gateway address.
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SNMP Configuration
config snmp get_communityname [<community_string (31)>]
config snmp set_communityname <community_string (31)>
COMMANDS
config snmp trap_communityname <community_string (31)>
config snmp trap_hostip <ipaddr>
config snmp coldstart_trap {enable | disable}
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config snmp warmstart_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp authfail_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp powerfail_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp fanfail_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mcplugin_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mcpullout_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mclinkup_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mclinkdown_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mcbroken_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mcactiveslotXCHG_trap {enable | disable}
config snmp mcactiveslotLOSE_trap {enable | disable}
show snmp
SNMP Configuration commands:
config snmp get_communityname: to configure the “get” community name (default =
public).
config snmp set_communityname: to configure the “set” community name (default =
private).
config snmp trap_communityname: to configure the “trap” community name (default
= public) for authorize the device trap.
config snmp trap_hostip: to set the trap host IP address (same as monitoring station IP
address).
config snmp coldstart_trap: to set the trap for rebooting the device (default = disable).
config snmp warmstart_trap: to set the trap when the device had been reset (default =
disable).
config snmp authfail_trap: to set the warning trap when the community name of the
device and workstation are different (default = disable).
config snmp powerfail_trap: to set the Power Fail Trap (default = enable).
config snmp fanfail_trap {enable | disable}: to set the fan fail trap (default = enable).
config snmp mcplugin_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when a Media Converter
module has been plugged in (default = enable).
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config snmp mcpullout_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when the Media
Converter module has been pulled out (default = enable).
config snmp mclinkup_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when a linking is
connected (default = enable).
config snmp mclinkdown_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when a linking is
disconnected (default = enable).
config snmp mcbroken_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when the Media
Converter module was broken (default = enable).
config snmp mcactiveslotXCHG_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when there is
a redundant function activated (default = enable).
config snmp mcactiveslotLOSE_trap {enable | disable}: to set the trap when the
redundant function is fail (default = enable).
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CPU module information
COMMANDS
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show mediaconverter chassis
Media Converter Configuration
show mediaconverter status
COMMANDS
config mediaconverter slot <integer (1-16)> ([name <string (7)>]
[Device_LLCF {v|x}] [Device_Enable {v|x}] [M1_LLR {v|x}]
[M1_Auto {A|F}] [M1_Speed {10M|100M|1G}] [M1_Dup {F|H}]
[M1_FC {v|x}] [M1_Enable {v|x}] [M2_LLR {v|x}] [M2_Auto {A|F}]
[M2_Dup {F|H}] [M2_Enable {v|x}])
Media Converter Configuration command (Some of the function can be control only
depends on the Smart Media Converter Modules):
{v|x}, V stands for “yes” and X stands for “No”.
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{A|F}, “A” for Auto-Negotiation or “F” for “forced Mode”.
{10M|100M|1G}, to select the speed of the copper port, “10M”, “100M” or “1G”
{F|H}, “F” for Full Duplex or “H” for Half Duplex
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Redundant Backup Setting
COMMANDS
show mediaconverter redundant
config mediaconverter redundantgrp <integer (1-8)>
([{enable|disable}] [restart])
The redundant function is to change the master line to the slave line in case of the
linking fails happen.
The Redundant functions were set fixed, the master slot is slot 1(odd number slot) and
the slave slot is slot 2(even number slot), and there are eight redundant groups in all.
The “Act” will indicate what slot is active.
The redundant function depends only on some Smart Media Converters.
Redundant Backup Setting commands:
show mediaconverter redundant: show master slot or slave slot is active.
config mediaconverter redundantgrp <integer (1-8)> [restart]: When Master slot
linking fails happen, slave slot will be enabling; user can process this command change
the active slot (slave slot) back to the master slot.
config mediaconverter redundantgrp <integer (1-8)> [enable|diable]: There are eight
redundant groups can be enable or disable when those Smart Media Converters support
the redundant function.
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Configuration
COMMANDS
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save config
System Function
clear
COMMANDS
show command_history
logout
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T ECHNICAL S PECIFICATIONS
General
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T Ethernet
Applicable
Standards
IEEE 802.3u 100 Base-TX Fast Ethernet
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet
IEEE 802.3x flow control
Protocol
CSMA/CD
Ethernet: 10Mbps (half duplex), 20Mbps (full duplex)
Data Transfer
Rate
Fast Ethernet: 100Mbps (half duplex), 200Mbps (full duplex)
Gigabit Ethernet: 2000Mbps (full duplex)
LED
Indicators
Power On, Power Fail, Fan Fail, MGM, Console, Link/ACT
Cable
100BASE-TX: 2-pair UTP Cat. 5; EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm STP
10BASET: 2-pair UTP Cat. 3,4,5; EIA/TIA- 568 100-ohm STP
1000BASE-T: 4-pair UTP Cat. 5; EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm STP
Fixed Ports
1 x 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet port
1 x RJ45 Console port
Power
Consumption
2.75 watts. (max.)
Temperature
Operating: 0° ~ 40° C, Storage: -25° ~ 70° C
Humidity
Operating: 10% ~ 90%, Storage: 5% ~ 90%
EMI:
FCC Class A, CE Mark Class A, VCCI Class A
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