Westermo Lynx SERIES User guide

6640-2205
Lynx
SERIES
Industrial Ethernet
8-port Switch
www.westermo.com
© Westermo Teleindustri AB
User Guide
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Safety
!
Before installation:
Read this manual completely and gather all information on the unit. Make sure
that you understand it fully. Check that your application does not exceed the safe
operating specifications for this unit.
This unit should only be installed by qualified personnel.
This unit should be built-in to an apparatus cabinet, or similar, where access is
restricted to service personnel only.
The power supply wiring must be sufficiently fused, and if necessary it must be
possible to disconnect manually from the power supply. Ensure compliance to
national installation regulations.
This unit uses convection cooling. To avoid obstructing the airflow around the unit,
follow the spacing recommendations (see Cooling section).
!
Before mounting, using or removing this unit:
Prevent access to hazardous voltage by disconnecting the unit from power supply.
Warning! Do not open connected unit. Hazardous voltage may occur within this
unit when connected to power supply.
!
Class 1 Laser Product
Do not look directly into fibre optical fibre port or any connected fibre although
this unit is designed to meet the Class 1 Laser regulations.
Care recommendations
Follow the care recommendations below to maintain full operation of unit and to fulfil
the warranty obligations.
This unit must not be operating with removed covers or lids.
Do not attempt to disassemble the unit. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
Do not drop, knock or shake the unit, rough handling above the specification may cause
damage to internal circuit boards.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean the unit.
Do not paint the unit. Paint can clog the unit and prevent proper operation.
Do not expose the unit to any kind of liquids (rain, beverages, etc). The unit is not waterproof. Keep the unit within the specified humidity levels.
Do not use or store the unit in dusty, dirty areas, connectors as well as other mechanical
part may be damaged.
If the unit is not working properly, contact the place of purchase, nearest Westermo distributor office or Westermo Tech support.
Fibre connectors are supplied with plugs to avoid contamination inside the optical port.
As long as no optical fibre is mounted on the connector, e.g. for storage, service or
transportation, should the plug be applied.
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WARNING – SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR
DIVISION 2.
WARNING – DO NOT OPEN WHEN ENERGIZED.
WARNING – DO NOT DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT UNLESS AREA IS KNOWN TO
BE NON-HAZARDOUS.
AVERTISSEMENT – RISQUE D'EXPLOSION. NE PAS DÉBRANCHER TANT QUE LE
CIRCUIT EAT SOUS TENSION, Á MOINS QU'IL NE S'AGISSE
D'UN EMPLACEMENT NON DANGEREUX.
SPECIAL CONDITION OF USE:
This equipment shall be installed in compliance with the enclosure, mounting, spacing and
segregation requirements of the ultimate application, including a tool removable cover.
Note. Fibre Optic Handling
Fibre optic equipment needs special treatment. It is very sensitive to dust and dirt. If the
fibre will be disconnected from the unit the protective hood on the transmitter/receiver
must be connected. The protective hood must be kept on during transportation. The fibre
optic cable must also be handle the same way.
Cleaning of the optical connectors
In the event of contamination, the optical connectors should be cleaned by the use of
forced nitrogen and some kind of cleaning stick.
Recommended cleaning fluids:
Methyl-, ethyl-, isopropyl- or isobutyl-alcohol, Hexane, Naphtha
Maintenance
No maintenance is required, as long as the unit is used as intended within the specified
conditions.
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Agency approvals and standards compliance
Type
Approval / Compliance
EMC
EN 61000-6-2, Immunity industrial environments
EN 55024, Immunity IT equipment
EN 61000-6-3, Emission residential environments
FCC part 15 Class B
EN 50121-4, Railway signalling and telecommunications apparatus
IEC 62236-4, Railway signalling and telecommunications apparatus
EN 60950-1, IT equipment
DNV Standard for Certification no. 2.4
Class 1, Division 2
Safety
Marine
EX
FCC Part 15.105 Notice:
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful 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 for help.
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Declaration of Conformity
Westermo Teleindustri AB
Declaration of conformity
Westermo Teleindustri AB
SE-640 40 Stora Sundby, Sweden
The manufacturer
Type of product
Model
Art no
Ethernet switch
LYNX family switches
Full series upto 60V supply
voltage
is in conformity with the following EC directive(s).
No
Short name
2004/108/EC
2006/95/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Low Voltage Directive - LVD
References of standards applied for this EC declaration of conformity.
No
Title
Issue
EN 61000-6-1
Immunity for residential, commercial and lightindustrial environments
Immunity for industrial environments
Emission standard for residential, commercial and
light-industrial environments
Emission standard for industrial environments
Railway applications - Electromagnetic compatibility
Safety of information technology equipment
1 (2007)
EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-31
EN 61000-6-4
EN 50121-3-2
EN 60950-1
The last two digits of the year in which the CE marking was affixed:
2 (2005)
2 (2007)
2 (2007)
2 (2006)
2 (2006)
08
Pierre Öberg
R&D Manager
30th October 2008
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Fast Ethernet products only
Postadress/Postal address
Tel.
Telefax
Postgiro
Bankgiro
Org.nr/
Corp. identity number
Registered office
S-640 40 Stora Sundby
Sweden
016-428000
Int+46 16428000
016-428001
Int+46 16428001
52 72 79-4
5671-5550
556361-2604
Eskilstuna
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Type tests and environmental conditions
Environmental phenomena Basic standard
EMC
ESD
EN 61000-4-2
RF field AM modulated
EN 61000-4-3
Fast transient
EN 61000-4-4
Surge
EN 61000-4-5
RF conducted
EN 61000-4-6
Power frequency magnetic field EN 61000-4-8
Pulse magnetic field
EN 61000-4-9
Voltage dips and interruption
EN 61000-4-29
Radiated emission
Conducted emission
Dielectric strength
EN 55022
FCC part 15
IEC 60945
EN 55022
EN 55022
IEC 60945
EN 60950-1
Environmental
Temperature
Description
Test levels
Enclosure contact ± 6 kV
Enclosure air
± 8 kV
Enclosure
10 V/m 80 – 800 och 1000 – 2100 MHz 20 V/m 800 – 1000 MHz 5 V/m 2100 – 2500 MHz 1 V/m 2500 – 2700 MHz
Signal ports
± 2 kV
Power ports
± 2 kV
Signal ports
± 2 kV line to earth, ± 2 kV potential difference
Power ports
± 2 kV line to earth, ± 2 kV line to line
Signal ports
10 V 80% AM (1 kHz), 0.15 – 80 MHz
Power ports
10 V 80% AM (1 kHz), 0.15 – 80 MHz
Enclosure
1000 A/m, 50 Hz
Enclosure
300 A/m
DC power ports Voltage interruption - 3 x 30 s within 5 minutes: 19V to 0 V & 62.4 V to 0V Power supply variation - 3 x 1 minute 30% increase and 25% reduction
Enclosure
Class B
Class B
Complying with the limit line
Signal ports
Class B
DC power ports Class B
Complying with the limit line
Signal port to
1.5 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
other isolated
ports
Power port to
1.5 kVrms 50 Hz 1 min
other isolated
ports
Altitude
Service life
Vibration
IEC 60068-2-6
Operating
Storage &
Transport
Operating
Storage &
Transport
Operating
Operating
Operating
IEC 60068-2-64
IEC 60068-2-27
Operating
Operating
0.23 g, 3 – 2000 Hz
Shock
Bump
IEC 60068-2-29
Operating
2 g, 11ms
UL 94
Aluminium
IEC 529
Enclosure
Flammability class V-1
52.5 x 100 x 101 mm 52.5 x 119 x 101 mm
0.6 kg
IP 40
Convection
Horizontal on 35 mm DIN-rail
Humidity
Packaging
Enclosure
Dimension W x H x D With connectors
Weight
Degree of protection
Cooling
Mounting
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–40 to +70ºC
–50 to + 85ºC
5 to 95% relative humidity
5 to 95% relative humidity
2 000 m / 70 kPa
10 year
1 mm, 3 – 13.2 Hz 0.7 g, 13.2 – 100 Hz 1.5 g, 5.5 – 30 Hz
0.42 mm, 30 – 50 Hz 4.2 g, 50 – 500 Hz
All directions: 2 g, 11 ms
Z-axis:
30 g, 11 ms
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Description
Lynx is a range of Fast Ethernet (100Mbit) or Gbit Ethernet switches consisting of three
different function levels and four different type approvals, giving you the ability to select
the perfect switch for your application providing optimum functionality at the best value.
Our unique FRNT (Fast Recovery of Network Topology) technology is the fastest protocol on the market to re-configure a network in the event of any link or hardware faliure.
That is why the Lynx-series is used in safety critical applications such as tunnels, traffic
signal control and railway systems.
Installations in harsh environments and places with heavy electrical interference require
the use of a reliable media. The Lynx-series provides a number of solutions using fibre
optic transceivers. Multi- or singlemode transceivers can be used to build point-to-point
or redundant ring networks with ranges up to 120 km between each switch. Our BIDI
transceiver, which transmits and receives data on a single fibre can be used in applications
where the number of fibre cores are limited.
Real-time properties are implemented in the Lynx-series in order to achieve determinism
for real time critical applications. The Lynx-switches supports QoS (Quality of Service)
with four priority queues and strict priority scheduling as well as HoL (Head of Line
Blocking Prevention). All to assure that the data network is deterministic.
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Interface specifications
Power
Operating voltage
Rated current
Rated frequency
Inrush current, I2t
Startup current*
Polarity
Redundant power input
Isolation to
Connection
Connector size
Shielded cable
Rated: 24 to 48 VDC Operating: 19 to 60 VDC
277 mA @ 24 VDC 145 mA @ 48 VDC
DC
49·10-4 A2s @ 48 VDC
350 mA @ 24 VDC
Reverse polarity protected
Yes
All other
Detachable screw terminal
0.2 – 2.5 mm2 (AWG 24 – 12)
Not required
* External supply current capability for proper startup
Ethernet TX
Electrical specification
Data rate
Duplex
Circuit type
Transmission range
Isolation to
Connection
Shielded cable
Conductive housing
Number of ports
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IEEE std 802.3. 2005 Edition
10 Mbit/s, 100 Mbit/s, manual or auto
Full or half, manual or auto
SELV
150 m, according to long cable specification
Power
TX connectors: RJ-45 shielded, auto MDI/MDI-X
Not required, except when installed in Railway applications as
signalling and telecommunications apparatus and located close
to rails.
Yes
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Ethernet SFP pluggable connections (FX or TX)
Electrical specification
IEEE std 802.3. 2005 Edition
Data rate
100 Mbit/s, 1000 Mbit/s manual or auto
Duplex
Full or half, manual or auto
Transmission range
Depending on tranceiver
Connection
FX connectors:LC Copper connectors (CX) can not be used in combination with FRNT
Shielded cable
Not required
Conductive housing
Isolated to all other circuits
Number of ports
1 or 2
Status relay
Contact resistance
Isolation to
Connection
Connector size
Maximum voltage / current
10
Max 30 Ω
All other
Detachable screw terminal
0.2 – 2.5 mm2 (AWG 24 – 12)
60 VDC / 80 mA
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Optical Power Budget
The allowed link length is calculated from the optical power budget (OPB), the available optical
power for a fibre-optic link, and the attenuation of the fibre, comprising losses due to in-line connectors, splices, optical switches and a margin for link ageing (typical 1.5 dB for 1300 nm).
The worst-case optical power budget (OPB) in dB for a fibre-optic link is determined by the difference between the transmitter’s output optical power (min) and the receiver input sensitivity (max).
FX100 Mbit (Fibre)
Connector
Distance km ***
Fibre type µm
Wavelength nm
Bi-di LC2
LC
2
Multimode
62.5/125 and 50/125
Bi-di LC20
LC
20
Singlemode
9/125
SMLC120
LC
120
Singelmode
9/125
SMLC80
LC
80
Singlemode 9/125
SMLC40
LC
40
Singlemode 9/125
SMLC20
LC
20
Singlemode
9/125
1550
1550
1310
1310
MMLC2
LC
2
Multimode 62.5/125 and 50/125
1310
Connector 1
Tx 1310 Rx 1550
Connector 2
Tx 1550 Rx 1310
Transmitter Output optical power
min/max dBm
Receiver Input sensitivity, max dBm
Optical power budget
dB
Zero cable length
Transceiver type
Laser class
FX 1Gbit (Fibre)
Connector
Distance km ***
Fibre type µm
Wavelength nm
Transmitter Output optical
power min/max
dBm
Receiver Input sensitivity, max dBm
Optical power
budget dB
Zero cable length
Transceiver type
Laser class
*
**
***
–10 *
–14 **
0
–5 **
–5 **
–15 **
–19 *
–28
–32
-35
–34
–34
–34
–31
18
18
35
29
29
19
12
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
LC Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP)
Class 1, IEC 825-1 Accessible Emission Limit (AEL)
Yes
SM-LC80
LC
80
Singlemode
9/125
SM-LC50
LC
50
Singlemode
9/125
SM-LC10
LC
10
Singlemode
9/125
1550
–2 **
1550
–4 **
–24
22
No
1310
–9.5 **
MM-LC2
LC
2
Multimode
62.5/125 and 50/125
1310
–9 *
MM-LC550
LC
0.5
Multimode
62.5/125
And50/125
850
-9.5
–24
–20
–19
-18
20
10.5
10
8.5
No
Yes
Yes
LC Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP)
Class 1, IEC 825-1 Accessible Emission Limit (AEL)
Yes
For other transceivers, contact Westermo
Output power is power coupled into a 62.5/125 µm multimode fibre
Output power is power coupled into a 9/125 µm singlemode fibre
Other distances are also available, please contact Westermo
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Location of interface ports and LED’s
LED Indicators (for details see page 13)
Power, screw terminal (for details see below)
FX(Fibre) (for details see page 11)
Ethernet connection TX (6 ports)
Contact Signale Direction Description
No.1
TD+
In/Out
Transmitted/Received data
No. 2
TD–
In/Out
Transmitted/Received data
No. 3
RD+
In/Out
Transmitted/Received data
No. 4
–
Not Connected
No. 5
–
Not Connected
No. 6
RD–
No. 7
–
Not Connected
No. 8
–
Not Connected
In/Out
Shield
Fault contact (for details see below)
HF-connected
NOTE! Railway installation close to the rails.
For a cable located inside 3 m boundary and connected to this
port, the use of shielded cable is recommended, this is to minimise the risk of interference. The cable shield should be properly connected (360°) to an earthing point within 1 m from
this port. This earthing point should have a low impedance connection to the conductive enclosure of the apparatus cabinet,
or similar, where the unit is built-in. This conductive enclosure
should be connected to the earthing system of an installation
and may be directly connected to the protective earth.
L1407F1MM-SX-LC550
-COM
Lynx
3640-4030
-COM
MAC:
00:07:7c:80:24:ae
Serial no:
lx4232
+DC2
+DC1
Westermo
Teleindustri
www.westermo.com
Input voltage:
19-60VDC max 7W
Date of mfg (Y/M/D):
2006-10-17
Power connection screw terminal
Transmitted/Received data
The Lynx series supports redundant
power connection. The positive inputs
are +DC1 and +DC2, the negative input
for both supplies is –COM. Connect
the primary voltage (e.g. +24 VDC) to
the +DC1 pin and ground to one of the
–COM pins on the power input on the
Lynx switch by using the enclosed power.
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lx003967
Country of origin:
Sweden
www.westermo.com
Common
Status -
No. 4
Status +
Common
Digital in +
+DC2
No. 3
Westermo Teleindustri AB
SE-640 40 Stora Sundby
Sweden
+DC1
No. 2
Digital in -
No. 1
Westermo
Description
Laser Class 1 Product
Fault contact
4-position
4-position
Description
No. 1
Alarm relay (status) +
No. 2
Alarm relay (status) –
No. 3
–
No. 4
–
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LED indicators
Status
ON
OFF
GREEN
RED
FLASH
DC1
RED
GREEN
DC2
Unit has no power
Unit is working / No alarm
Initialisation progressing / Alarm
Connected to IP Configuration tool
Unit has no power on +DC1
OFF
Unit is unconnected
Unit has no power on +DC2
Internal DC2 power is ok
OFF
Unit is unconnected
OFF
FRNT is not enabled or not supported
GREEN
FRNT is running and the switch is configured as member switch in the ring.
GREEN FLASH FRNT is running and the switch is configured as Focal Point
RED
RED FLASH
ST 1
GREEN
ST 2
NC
1 to 8
OFF
GREEN
DC1
ON
DC2
8
FRNT
ST1
ST2
7
Internal DC1 power is ok
RED
GREEN
FRNT
Description
Lynx
LED
6
5
4
3
2
1
FRNT Error on Member
FRNT Error on Focal Point
Indicates STP/RSTP root
No Link
Good link
GREEN FLASH Data is transmitted
YELLOW ON
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Port larm and no link. If RSTP/FRNT
mode is activated, port is blocked
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Configuration
The units can easily be configured via the onboard Web based configuration tool. Local IP
addresses can also be configured by using the Westernmo IP Configuration tool, from the
IP Configuration tool it is then possible to browse into the unit for further configuration.
IP Address
When delivered, the default IP address of the Lynx is 192.168.2.200.
Default gateway 192.168.2.200
If the default address of the unit is valid in the connected network it is possible to access
the unit directly from a web browser.
Change local IP address
The local address of Lynx can be configured using the IP Configuration tool, then it is
possible to browse into the unit for further configuration. The IP Configuration program
is available on the CD or for download from the WESTERMO web page: http://www.westermo.com, choose Downloads/Software/Ethernet/Ethernet switches Name: IP config Westermo.zip Install the software and start the application from a PC on the network connected to the same network as the Lynx. Make sure that the Default IP of the configuration software (see figure below) is in the same subnet as your PC.
Note! If you are not sure about the subnet – consult your network administrator.
Note! IP Config version must be 10.0.0 or higher.
IP configuration
Default IP: 192. 168. 2. 200
Device list:
IP Adress
192.168.2.200
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Scan for devices
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MAC Adress
00-07-7C-80-4A-6C
SW Ver
3.15
Mask: 255. 255. 255.
Type
Lynx
0
Help
About
Status
Close
Figure 1
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By clicking the “Scan for Devices” button the IP Configuration tool will detect the
switches/routers in the network. The software will list all Westermo managed switches
or routers connected to the network. Information as in the figure 1 will appear for each
detected unit connected to the same network as your PC.
IP configuration
If you only want to change the IP address and the subnet mask, this can be done within the IP config tool.
By clicking the listed Lynx that you wish to be re-configured you will be Figure 2
asked if you would like to access it via the web, see figure 2. Click the cancel button, enter the preferred IP address, Subnet mask and IP gateway address and click the Set button to confirm the settings in the unit (see figure 3).
Note! If you are not sure about the settings – consult your network administrator.
Access switch via web?
OK
Click the Close button to get back to main view.
You will then be asked if you would like to quit.
Click the OK button, figure 4, and you will be
back to the main view of the IP Configuration
program(see figure 1).
Selected Device
Lynx configuration
IP adress:
192
168
2
200
Subnet mask:
255
255
255
0
MAC adress:
00 07
Host name:
Westermo
Location:
location
IP gateway adress:
192
Cancel
7C 80 4A 6C
168
2
200
IP gateway adress:
Set
Close
Figure 3
IP configuration
You have set new parameters on the switch. The switch must be restarted in order for the new parameters to take effect (except IP address change). Type cancel to return to
selected dialog or OK if you still want to quit.
OK
Cancel
Figure 4
Click the Scan for switches button again and the settings you configured will appear in the list. Now
you can access the Lynx via the browser for further configuration by clicking the unit with an IP
address that fits your subnet. Figure 2 will appear and when you click the OK button and a web
browser will be opened and redirected to the Lynx unit log in page (see figure 5).
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Westermo - location - Provided by Westermo UK
http://192.168.2.200/conf/p.cgi
File
Edit
View
Favorites
Tools
Westermo - location
Help
Log in via Web
Google
You will be prompted with a Login screen where the default settings for Username and Password are:
Home
Feeds (J)
Print
Page
Tools
Username: admin
Password: westermo
Login
Username:
Password:
Login
Done
Figure 5
Internet
The unit can be easily configured via the on-board Web based configuration tool. The network interface and switch properties can be configured and stored. The Web tool also has an extended integrated help function describing all configuration options.
Note! Max 10 characters can be used in the login.
Note! For login the following characters are not valid. ASCII 34 = "
ASCII 35 = #
ASCII 39 = ’’
ASCII 40 = (
ASCII 92 = \
Note! Information on supported software are found in the Firmware Release Note.
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Fast Re-configuration of Network Topology (FRNT)
The Lynx 300/1300 and 400/1400 have support for redundant ring protocols. The Fast
Reconfiguration of Network Topology (FRNT) protocol handles fast reconfiguration in
switched ring topologies. When rapid convergence in case of link or switch failure is required, FRNT becomes the protocol of choice when it comes to layer-2 resilience and
robustness.
To set-up a FRNT ring, all switches must be connected according to one of the possible
configurations stated below. When the switches are connected each switch must be configured through the web interface.
Connecting the switches in a FRNT ring
There are three possible ways of configuring a FRNT ring:
1. Ring using fibre cables only
2. Ring using copper cables only
3. Ring using fibre and copper cables alternately
ON
DC2
8
7
ON
DC2
8
7
6
5
3
4
1
2
6
5
4
2
DC1
ON
DC2
8
FRNT
ST1
ST2
Lynx
ST2
Lynx
DC1
FRNT
ST1
ST1
ST2
Lynx
DC1
FRNT
7
6
5
3
4
3
1
2
1
1. FRNT ring using fibre cables
The rules are as follows:
• Switch port 7 and 8 are FRNT fibre ports
• Always connect port 7 to 8, 7 to 8, 7 to 8... throughout the ring
• Do not connect 7 to 7 or 8 to 8!
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ON
DC2
8
DC1
ON
DC2
8
FRNT
ST1
ST2
Lynx
7
7
6
5
3
4
1
2
6
5
4
2
DC1
ON
DC2
8
FRNT
ST1
ST2
Lynx
ST1
ST2
7
Lynx
DC1
FRNT
6
5
3
4
3
1
2
1
2. FRNT ring using copper cables
The rules are as follows:
• Switch port 5 and 6 are FRNT copper ports
• Always connect switch port 5 to 6, 5 to 6, 5 to 6... throughout the ring
• Do not connect 5 to 5 or 6 to 6!
8
7
ON
DC2
8
7
6
5
3
4
1
2
6
5
4
2
DC1
ON
DC2
8
FRNT
ST1
ST2
Lynx
ST2
Lynx
DC1
FRNT
ST1
ST1
DC1
ON
DC2
8
FRNT
ST1
ST2
7
6
5
3
4
1
2
ST2
Lynx
ON
DC2
Lynx
DC1
FRNT
7
6
5
3
4
3
1
2
1
3. FRNT ring using fibre and copper cables
The rules are as follows:
• Switch port 7 and 8 are FRNT fibre ports. Switch Port 5 and 6 are FRNT copper ports
• Always connect switch port 7 to port 8 where you are using fibre cable. Always connect
switch port 5 to 6 where you are using copper cable.
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Managing FRNT settings via the web interface
Menu path: Configuration > Redundancy Protocol
On the FRNT configuration page you will be presented to the current settings for FRNT
on your switch, see below. You may change the settings by editing the page.
Focal Point
The focal point is the unit in the ring which is responsible for making decisions on topology change. Check this box if this unit should take the role as focal point in the FRNT
ring. If not checked, the unit will act as a member unit.
Port 1/Port 2
FRNT requires two ports to be assigned FRNT-ports. These are connected to peer
units participating in the FRNT ring. Select the two ports connected to other units in
the FRNT ring. Switch port 7 are defined as FRNT port 1 and switch port 8 are defined
as FRNT port 2 by default. The FRNT ports setting must be configured to connect
alternately. FRNT port 1 on one switch should always connect to FRNT port 2 on next
switch throughout the ring. Never connect FRNT port 1 to FRNT port 1 or FRNT port
2 to FRNT port 2.
Click the "Apply" button to confirm changes made to the Redundancy Protocol settings.
The unit needs to be restarted before changes can take affect.
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Setup examples:
1. FRNT ring using fibre cables
The rules are as follows:
• The switches should be connected by switch port 7 to 8, 7 to 8, 7 to 8... throughout the ring
• Define switch port 7 as FRNT port 1 and switch port 8 as FRNT port 2 on all switches.
• One switch in the ring must be configured as "Focal Point"
2. FRNT ring using copper cables
The rules are as follows:
• The switches should be connected by switch port 5 to 6, 5 to 6, 5 to 6... throughout the ring
• Define switch port 5 as FRNT port 1 and switch port 6 as FRNT port 2 on all switches.
• One switch in the ring must be configured as "Focal Point"
3. FRNT ring using fibre and copper cables
The rules are as follows:
• The switches should be connected by switch port 7 to port 8 where you are using
fibre cable and switch port 5 to 6 where you are using copper cable.
• Define switch port 7 as FRNT port 1 and switch port 8 as FRNT port 2 on all
switches where you are using fibre cable. Define switch port 5 as FRNT port 1 and
switch port 6 as FRNT port 2 on all switches where you are using copper cable.
• One switch in the ring must be configured as "Focal Point"
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Factory Reset
The factory reset option restores the switch to its original factory condition. The switch
will be restored using the following settings.
· IP address 192.168.2.200
· Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
· Gateway 192.168.2.1
· All ports are enabled
· FE ports are in auto negotiate
· FX are in 100 Mbit/s on Lxxx and Auto Negotiate on L1xxx
· All applications are disabled
· Password reset to westermo
To perform a Factory Reset follow the procedure below, read all steps before
performing. If you have any doubts wherer the reset is performed or not, do
NOT unplug the power supply, wait for confimation according to step 5. 1. Disconnect the power
2. Connect cables between port 1-6 and port 2-5.
3. Apply power
4. Wait for approx 90 seconds. (Some LED will flash during start up)
5. When the Green LED's on port 1-6 are constantly on remove the cables connected to port 1-6 and 2-5.
6. It is now safe to remove the power and restart the switch.
7. When the switch has started up it will have the default settings.
NOTE!
If the power is removed before the factory reset has finished, the switch can be unusable.
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Mounting
This unit should be mounted on 35 mm DIN-rail, which is horizontally mounted inside an
apparatus cabinet or similar. Snap on mounting, see figure.
Mounting Lynx with screwed on DIN-clip:
Mounting Lynx with integrated DIN-clip:
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Removal
Removing Lynx with screwed on DIN-clip: Press the device upwards to compress locking
spring, tilt forward to unhook device from DIN-rail.
Removing Lynx with integrated DIN-clip: Press down the support at the back of the unit using a screwdriver. See figure.
10mm
ON
DC 2
8
DC 1
ON
DC 2
8
FRNT
ST 1
ST 2
7
DC 1
ON
DC 2
8
FRNT
ST 1
ST 2
Lynx
ST 1
10mm
7
ST 2
Lynx
DC 1
FRNT
Lynx
Cooling
This unit uses convection cooling. To avoid obstructing the airflow
around the unit, use the following
spacing rules. Minimum spacing 25 mm
(1.0 inch) above / below and 10 mm
(0.4 inches) left / right the unit. Spacing is recommended for the use
of unit in full operating temperature
range and service life.
7
6
5
6
5
6
5
4
3
4
3
4
3
2
1
2
1
2
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