Enterasys 8000/8600 Specifications

8000/8600
Getting Started Guide
Revision Date: 11.27.2002
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Contents
Notice ..................................................................................................................... ii
About this Guide .................................................................................................. xi
What’s New................................................................................................................................xi
Who should Read this Guide?....................................................................................................xi
How to Use this Guide ............................................................................................................. xii
Related Documentation............................................................................................................ xii
Chapter 1: Features Overview..............................................................................1
Specifications ..............................................................................................................................1
Features .......................................................................................................................................5
Hardware Overview ..................................................................................................................10
Chapter 2: Hardware Installation......................................................................51
Safety Considerations ...............................................................................................................51
Hardware Specifications ...........................................................................................................53
Installing the Hardware.............................................................................................................55
Chapter 3: Software Installation and Setup......................................................83
Installing a PCMCIA Flash Card ..............................................................................................84
Powering On and Booting the Software ...................................................................................86
Starting the Command Line Interface.......................................................................................87
Setting Basic System Information.............................................................................................89
Setting Up SNMP Community Strings .....................................................................................91
Setting Up Passwords................................................................................................................92
Setting the DNS Domain Name and Address ...........................................................................94
Setting SYSLOG Parameters ....................................................................................................95
Loading System Image Software ..............................................................................................96
Loading Boot Firmware ............................................................................................................97
Activating Configuration Changes and Saving the Configuration File ....................................98
Appendix A: Troubleshooting ..........................................................................101
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Appendix B: Hardware Components...............................................................105
SSR-ATM29-02 ..................................................................................................................... 106
SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256 ............................................................ 107
SSR-FDDI-02......................................................................................................................... 109
SSR-GLX39-02...................................................................................................................... 110
SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 .................................................................................... 111
SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 ............................................................................. 112
SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA ...................................................................... 113
SSR-GSX31-02 ...................................................................................................................... 114
SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 .................................................................................... 115
SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA ...................................................................... 116
SSR-HSSI-02-CK................................................................................................................... 117
SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA...................................................................... 119
SSR-HTX32-16...................................................................................................................... 121
SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04...................................................................................... 122
SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02...................................................................................... 122
SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA........................................................................ 123
Appendix C: Technical Support .......................................................................125
Getting Help ........................................................................................................................... 125
Index....................................................................................................................127
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About this Guide
This guide provides a general overview of the 8-slot and 16-slot Enterasys Networks
X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600 hardware and software features. It provides procedures for
installing the X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600. For product information not available in this
guide, see the manuals listed in Related Documentation on page xii.
What’s New
Changes to this manual include the addition of new and extended capabilities for the following:
Line Cards on page 20
Control Modules on page 14
External Controls on page 15
Installing the Hardware on page 55
Software Installation and Setup on page 83
Installing a PCMCIA Flash Card on page 84
Troubleshooting on page 101
Who should Read this Guide?
Read this guide if you are a network administrator responsible for installing and setting up the
X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600.
ELECTRICAL HAZARD: Only qualified personnel should perform the installation
procedures in this guide.
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Preface
How to Use this Guide
If you want to...
See...
Get an overview of the X-Pedition 8000 and
X-Pedition 8600 software and hardware features
Chapter 1, Features Overview
Install the X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600
hardware
Chapter 2, Hardware Installation
Install the X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600
software, boot the software, and set up the unit
Chapter 3, Software Installation
and Setup
Troubleshoot installation problems
Appendix A, Troubleshooting
Cabling and LED information
Appendix B, Hardware Components
Contact Enterasys Networks Technical Support
Appendix C, Technical Support
Related Documentation
The Enterasys Networks X-Pedition 8000/8600 documentation set includes the following items.
Refer to these other documents to learn more about your product.
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For Information About...
See the...
How to use Command Line Interface (CLI)
commands to configure and manage the
X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600
Enterasys X-Pedition User Reference
The complete syntax for all CLI commands
Enterasys X-Pedition Command Line
Interface Reference Manual
System messages
Enterasys X-Pedition Error Reference
Manual
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Chapter 1
Features Overview
The 8-slot and 16-slot Enterasys Networks X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600 provide nonblocking, wire-speed Layer-2 (switching), Layer-3 (routing) and Layer-4 (application) switching.
This chapter provides a basic overview of the X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600 software and
hardware feature set.
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If you want to skip this information and install the X-Pedition now, see Chapter 2, Hardware
Installation.
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If you want to boot the X-Pedition software and perform basic configuration tasks now, see
Chapter 3, Software Installation and Setup.
Specifications
The X-Pedition provides wire-speed switching and full non-blocking throughput. The hardware
provides wire-speed performance regardless of the performance monitoring, filtering, and Quality
of Service (QoS) features enabled by the software. You do not need to accept performance
compromises to run QoS or access control lists (ACLs).
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Specifications
The following table lists the basic hardware and software specifications for the X-Pedition.
Feature
Specification
Throughput
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16-Gbps non-blocking switching fabric (X-Pedition 8000)
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32-Gbps non-blocking switching fabric (X-Pedition 8600)
Capacity
Up to 30 million packets-per-second routing throughput (X-Pedition 8600)
Up to 15 million packets-per-second routing throughput (X-Pedition 8000)
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Up to 250,000 routes
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Up to 2,000,000 Layer-4 application flows (X-Pedition 8000)
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Up to 4,000,000 Layer-4 application flows (X-Pedition 8600)
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400,000 Layer-2 MAC addresses (X-Pedition 8000)
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800,000 Layer-2 MAC addresses (X-Pedition 8600)
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4,096 Virtual LANs (VLANs)
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20,000 Layer-2 security and access-control filters
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Up to 16 MB input/output buffering per Gigabit port
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1 MB input/output buffering per 10/100 port
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20 MB shared input/output buffering across WAN ports on a WAN module
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32 MB input/output buffering per Packet Over SONET/SDH OC-3c port
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64 MB input/output buffering per Packet Over SONET/SDH OC-12c port
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IP: RIP v1/v2, OSPF, BGP 2, 3, 4
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IPX: RIP, SAP
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Multicast: IGMP, DVMRP, PIM-SM
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AppleTalk
Bridging and VLAN
protocols
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802.1d Spanning Tree
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802.1Q (VLAN trunking)
Media interface
protocols
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802.3 (100BASE-T)
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802.3u (100BASE-TX, 100BASE-FX)
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802.3x (1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX)
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802.3z (1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX)
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802.3ab (1000BASE-T)
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Layer-2 prioritization (802.1p)
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Layer-3 source-destination flows
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Layer-4 source-destination flows
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Layer-4 application flows
RMON
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RMON v1/v2 for each port
Management
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SNMP (v1, v2C, v3)
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Emacs-like Command Line Interface (CLI)
Routing protocols
Quality of Service
(QoS)
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Specifications
Feature
Specification
Port mirroring
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Traffic to the control module
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Traffic from specific ports
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Traffic to specific chassis slots (line cards)
Hot swapping
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Line cards
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Control module (when redundant control module is installed and online)
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Switching Fabric Modules (X-Pedition 8600 only—when redundant switch
fabric is installed and online)
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Power Supply (when redundant supply is installed and online)
Load balancing/
sharing
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Enterasys SmartTRUNK support
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Load Sharing Network Address Translation (LSNAT)
Redundancy
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Redundant and hot-swappable power supplies
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Redundant and hot-swappable control modules
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Redundant and hot-swappable Switching Fabric Modules (X-Pedition 8600
only)
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Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
This guide and other X-Pedition documentation refers to the X-Pedition’s Layer-2 (L2), Layer-3
(L3), and Layer-4 (L4) switching and routing. These layers are based on the International Standards
Organization (ISO) 7-layer reference model. Here is an example of that model. The X-Pedition
operates within the layers that are not shaded. Notice that Layer 2 is divided into an LLC layer and
a MAC layer. The X-Pedition operates at the MAC layer but not the LLC layer.
Layer 7
Application
Layer 6
Presentation
Layer 5
Session
Layer 4
TCP/UDP - application
Layer 3
IP/IPX - routing
Layer 2
LLC
Layer 2
MAC - bridging
Layer 1
Physical Interfaces
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TCP/UDP Services
The following table lists some well-known TCP/UDP services provided by the X-Pedition.
TCP Port
UDP Port
23
4
Description
Telnet
161
SNMP
67
BOOTP/DHCP Relay Agent
520
Routed
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Features
This section describes the following X-Pedition features:
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Address-based and flow-based bridging
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Port-based VLANs and protocol-based VLANs
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IP and IPX routing
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Layer-4 (application) switching
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Security
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Quality of Service (QoS)
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Statistics
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Management
Bridging
The X-Pedition provides the following types of wire-speed bridging:
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Address-based bridging – The X-Pedition performs this type of bridging by looking up the
destination address in an L2 lookup table on the line card that receives the bridge packet from
the network. The L2 lookup table indicates the exit port(s) for the bridged packet. If the packet
is addressed to the X-Pedition’s own MAC address, the packet is routed rather than bridged.
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Flow-based bridging – The X-Pedition performs this type of bridging by looking up an entry in
the L2 lookup table containing both the source and destination addresses of the bridge packet.
Your choice of bridging method does not affect X-Pedition performance. However, address-based
bridging is more efficient because it requires fewer table entries while flow-based bridging provides
tighter management and control over bridged traffic.
The X-Pedition ports perform address-based bridging by default but can be configured to perform
flow-based bridging, instead of address-based bridging, on a per-port basis. A port cannot be
configured to perform both types of bridging at the same time.
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Features
Port and Protocol VLANs
The X-Pedition supports the following types of Virtual LANs (VLANs):
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Port-based VLANs – A port-based VLAN is a set of ports that comprises a Layer-2 broadcast
domain. The X-Pedition confines MAC-layer broadcasts to the ports in the VLAN on which the
broadcast originates. X-Pedition ports outside the VLAN do not receive the broadcast.
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Protocol-based VLANs – A protocol-based VLAN is a named set of ports that comprises an IP
or IPX broadcast domain. The X-Pedition confines IP or IPX broadcasts to the ports within the
IP or IPX based VLAN. Protocol-based VLANs sometimes are called subnet VLANs or Layer3 VLANs.
You can include the same port in more than one VLAN, even in both port-based and protocol-based
VLANs. Moreover, you can define VLANs that span across multiple X-Peditions. To simplify
VLAN administration, the X-Pedition supports 802.1Q trunk ports, which allow you to use a single
port to “trunk” traffic from multiple VLANs to another X-Pedition or switch which supports
802.1Q.
Routing
The X-Pedition provides wire-speed routing for the following protocols:
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Internet Protocol (IP) – protocol that switching and routing devices use for moving traffic
within the Internet and within many corporate intranets
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Internet Packet Exchange (IPX) – protocol by Novell used in NetWare products
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Appletalk – protocol used to allow users of dissimilar computer systems to share information
over a network without regard for special formats and internal differences.
Note:
All other protocols that require routing must be tunneled using IP.
By default, the X-Pedition uses one MAC address for all interfaces. The X-Pedition can be
configured to have a separate MAC address for each IP interface and a separate MAC address for
each IPX interface. When the X-Pedition receives a packet whose destination MAC address is one
of the X-Pedition’s IP or IPX interface MAC addresses, the line card that received the packet from
the network uses information in the line card’s Layer-3 lookup tables (or information supplied by
the control module) to route the packet to its IP destination(s). (See Control Modules on page 14 for
information about the control module.)
You can create only one IP and IPX interface on a single port or VLAN. You can add secondary IP
addresses to the same IP interface. When you add an interface to a set of ports, you are adding a
VLAN to those ports. Ports that contain IP and IPX interfaces can also still perform Layer-2
bridging.
In addition to hardware based, wire-speed routing, the Advanced Routing Engine (ARE) feature
extends X-Pedition’s capabilities to support software based routing. This capability is perfect for
less demanding protocols like AppleTalk.
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IP Routing
The X-Pedition supports the following IP unicast routing protocols:
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RIP v1 and RIP v2
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OSPF v2
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BGP 2,3,4
IP interfaces do not use a specific routing protocol by default. When you configure an interface for
routing, you also specify the routing protocol the interface will use.
IP Multicast Routing
The X-Pedition supports the following IP multicast routing protocols:
•
IGMP
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DVMRP
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PIM-SM
The X-Pedition does not use a specific IP Multicast routing protocol by default. When you
configure an interface for IP Multicast, you also specify the routing protocol you want the interface
to use.
IPX Routing
The X-Pedition supports the following IPX routing protocols:
•
IPX RIP – a version of the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) tailored for IPX
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IPX SAP – the Service Advertisement Protocol, which allows hosts attached to an IPX network
to reach printers, file servers, and other services
By default, IPX routing is enabled on the X-Pedition when an IPX interface is created.
Layer-4 Switching
In addition to Layer-2 bridging and Layer-3 routing, the X-Pedition performs Layer-4 switching.
Layer-4 switching is based on applications and flows.
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Layer-4 applications – The X-Pedition understands the application for which an IP or IPX
packet contains data and therefore enables you to manage and control traffic on an application
basis. For IP traffic, the X-Pedition looks at the packet’s TCP or UDP port number to determine
the application. For IPX packets, the X-Pedition looks at the destination socket to determine the
application.
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Layer-4 flows – The X-Pedition can store Layer-4 flows on each line card. A Layer-4 flow
consists of the source and destination addresses in the IP or IPX packet combined with the TCP
or UDP source and destination port number (for IP) or the source and destination socket (for
IPX). You can therefore manage and control individual flows between hosts on an individual
application basis.
A single host can have many individual Layer-4 entries in the X-Pedition. For example, an IP host
might have separate Layer-4 application entries for E-mail, FTP, HTTP, and so on, or separate
Layer-4 flow entries for specific E-mail destinations and for specific FTP and Web connections.
Security
The bridging, routing, and application (Layer-2, Layer-3, and Layer-4) support described in
previous sections enables you to implement security filters that meet specific needs. You can
implement the following types of filters to secure traffic on the X-Pedition.
•
Layer-2 source filters (block bridge traffic based on source MAC address)
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Layer-2 destination filters (block bridge traffic based on destination MAC address)
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Layer-2 flow filters (block bridge traffic based on specific source-destination pairs)
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Layer-3 source filters (block IP or IPX traffic based on source IP or IPX address)
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Layer-3 destination filters (block IP or IPX traffic based on destination IP or IPX address)
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Layer-3 flow filters (block IP or IPX traffic based on specific source-destination pairs)
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Layer-4 flow filters (block traffic based on application flows)
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Layer-4 application filters (block traffic based on UDP or TCP source and destination ports for
IP or source and destination sockets for IPX)
Quality of Service
Although the X-Pedition supplies non-blocking wire-speed throughput, you can configure the
X-Pedition to apply Quality of Service (QoS) policies during peak periods to guarantee service to
specific hosts, applications, and flows (source-destination pairs). This is especially useful in
networks where the traffic level can exceed the network medium’s capacity.
The X-Pedition QoS is based on four queues: control, high, medium, and low. Control traffic has
the highest priority, high the second highest, and so on. The default priority for all traffic is low.
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Features
You can configure QoS policies for the following types of traffic:
•
Layer-2 prioritization (802.1p)
•
Layer-3 source-destination flows
•
Layer-4 source-destination flows
•
Layer-4 application flows
Statistics
The X-Pedition can provide extensive statistical data on demand. You can access the following
types of statistics:
•
Layer-2 RMON and MIB II Statistics – Port statistics for normal packets and for errors (packets
in, packets out, CRC errors, and so on)
•
Layer-3 RMON v2 Statistics – Statistics for ICMP, IP, IP-interface, IP routing, IP multicast,
VLAN
•
Layer-4 RMON v2 Statistics – Statistics for TCP and UDP
•
NetFlow – The export of flow accounting statistics
Management Platforms
You can manage the X-Pedition using the following management platforms:
•
Command Line Interface (CLI) – An Emacs editor-like interface that accepts typed
commands and responds when applicable with messages or tables. You will use the CLI to
perform the basic setup procedures described in Chapter 3 of this guide.
•
SNMP MIBs and traps – The X-Pedition supports SNMP v1, SNMP v2C, SNMP v3, and
many standard networking MIBs. You can access the X-Pedition’s SNMP agent using
integration software for Enterasys Netsight Atlas, Netsight Element Manager 3.0, or HP
OpenView 5.x on Windows NT, Solaris 2.x, or Aprisma SPECTRUM on Solaris 2.x. Chapter 3
in this guide explains how to set up SNMP on the X-Pedition.
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Hardware Overview
This section describes the X-Pedition hardware modules with which you will be working.
Chapter 2 in this guide describes how to install the hardware. This section describes the following
hardware:
•
Chassis
•
Backplane
•
Fan module
•
Control Module
•
Power Supply
•
Switching Fabric Module (X-Pedition 8600 only)
•
Line cards
Chassis
Figure 1 shows the front view of a fully loaded X-Pedition 8000 chassis. The X-Pedition 8000
chassis contains eight slots, numbered from 0 to 7. Slot 0 is in the lower left corner of the chassis
and slot 7 is in the upper right corner.
Gigabit-LX module
Gigabit-SX module
SSR-GLX29-02-AA
1000BASE-LX
1
1
2
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
7
5
3
CM/1
PS2
1
1
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
8
10/100BASE-TX
8
3
4
7
8
1
2
5
6
100BASE-FX
PWR
100-125~5A
200-240~3A
50-60 Hz
Fan module
2
SSR-HFX21-08-AA
PWR
SSR-8
2
SSR-HTX12-08-AA
8
CONTROL MODULE
2
SSR-HTX12-08-AA
8
10/100BASE-TX
SSR-CM3-128
6
4
2
CM
PS1
1000BASE-SX
1
SSR-HTX12-08-AA
1
SSR-GSX21-02-AA
2
SSR-HTX12-08-AA
SSR-8
10/100 BASE-TX
module
SSR-PS-8
Power supply
100-125~5A
200-240~3A
50-60 Hz
Control module
SSR-PS-8
Power supply
100 BASE-FX
module
Figure 1. Front view of a fully loaded X-Pedition 8000 chassis
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Figure 2 shows the front view of a fully loaded X-Pedition 8600 chassis. The X-Pedition 8600
chassis is similar to the X-Pedition 8000 chassis, except for the following:
•
The chassis can contain up to 16 line cards.
•
The switching fabric is stored on a separate module.
•
There is a slot for a redundant switching fabric module.
•
The power supply is larger.
Switching Fabric
module
SSR-GLX29-02-AA
1000BASE-LX
1
2
1000BASE-SX
1
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
SSR-GLX29-02-AA
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
2
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
8
1
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
8
SSR-16
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
SSR-HFX21-08-AA
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
7
8
1
2
5
6
SSR-HFX21-08-AA
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
7
1
2
5
8
8
100BASE-FX
6
SSR-SF-16
Switching Fabric
1000BASE-LX
1
2
2
1000BASE-SX
1
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
SSR-GLX29-02
2
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
8
10/100BASE-TX
SSR-CM3-128
PS2
100BASE-FX
2
Switching Fabric
1
PS1
1
SSR-SF-16
SSR-GLX29-02
14
15
12
13
10
11
8
9
Fabric 2
Fabric 1
6
7
4
5
2
3
CM
CM/1
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
8
8
CONTROL MODULE
PWR
2
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
8
10/100BASE-TX
SSR-CM3-128
8
CONTROL MODULE
PWR
SSR-PS-16
SSR-PS-16
SN
SN
TO REMOVE POWER TO
UNIT DISCONNECT ALL
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
TO REMOVE POWER TO
UNIT DISCONNECT ALL
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
100-125V~ 10A
200-240V~ 6A
50/60 Hz
100-125V~ 10A
200-240V~ 6A
50/60 Hz
Power supply
Figure 2. Front view of a fully loaded X-Pedition 8600 chassis
The X-Pedition 8600 chassis contains sixteen slots, numbered from 0 to 15. Slot 0 is in the lower
left corner of the chassis and slot 15 is in the upper right corner. The X-Pedition 8600 also has slots
for primary and redundant switching fabric modules.
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On both the X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600, slot 0 is labeled “CM” and contains the primary
control module. The CM slot cannot be used for line cards. The primary control module must be
installed in this slot. The CM/1 slot can contain a redundant control module (if you install one) or
can contain a line card. Slots 2 to 7 on the X-Pedition 8000 or slots 2 to 15 on the X-Pedition 8600
can contain any line cards unless otherwise noted in Installing Line Cards on page 71. For
information about these items, see Control Modules on page 14 and Line Cards on page 20.
You can install line cards in any order in the slots. For example, you could install line cards in slots
2 and 5 and leave the other line card slots empty. The X-Pedition provides non-blocking throughput
regardless of the software features you are using. Therefore, you do not need to “load balance” line
cards by placing them in certain relationships to balance the load on the backplane. Regardless of
where you install the line cards, the backplane can provide full, non-blocking throughput.
Backplane
The backplane occupies the rear of the chassis and connects the power supplies, control modules,
and line cards together. The power supplies use the backplane to provide power to the rest of the
system. The line cards and control modules use the backplane to exchange control information and
packets. The backplane is installed at the factory. Contact Enterasys Networks if you wish to
replace the backplane.
Fan Module
The X-Pedition contains a fan module to provide a cooling air flow across the control module(s)
and line cards. The fan module is located on the left side of the control modules and line cards. The
X-Pedition 8000 fan module contains two fans; the X-Pedition 8600 fan module contains six fans.
The fan module is installed at the factory, but you can replace the module yourself, if necessary.
Note:
To ensure that the fan module can provide adequate cooling, always provide a minimum of
3 inches of clearance on each side of the chassis.
Hot Swapping a Fan Tray
Note:
Before you hot swap a fan tray on the X-Pedition, have the replacement fan nearby and
ready to install—delays in completing the swap may cause the router to overheat.
1.
Loosen the captive screws.
2.
Remove the fan tray (the fans will wind down and stop). Although the system will continue to
operate normally with the fans removed, if the fans are removed long enough the system will
overheat, power off, and reboot. When the fan tray is removed, the following message will
appear on the console:
%SYS-W-FANFAILED, system fan(s) have failed or fan tray is not installed
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3.
Slide the new fan tray completely into the slot. Fans will start up and the LED on the front of
the fan tray will light if the fan is installed properly. Once the fan tray is installed, the following
message is displayed on the console:
%SYS-I-FANSOKAY, system fans are operational.
4.
Tighten the captive screws.
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Control Modules
The control module is the X-Pedition’s central processing unit. It contains system-wide bridging
and routing tables. Traffic that does not yet have an entry in the L2 and L3/L4 lookup tables on
individual line cards is sent to the control module. After processing traffic, the control module
updates the L2 and L3/L4 tables on the line cards that received the traffic. The line cards thus
“learn” about how to forward traffic. Figure 3 shows the front panel of a control module.
PCMCIA slot 0
SSR-CM4-256
SYS
RST
Console
CONTROL MODULE
10/100 Mgmt
Online Offline
OK HBT
Hot
Swap
ERR DIAG
PCMCIA slot 1
Figure 3. Front panel of a control module
Note:
Only PCMCIA slot 0 (the upper slot) is active. The control module cannot use two
PCMCIA flash cards at the same time.
Boot Flash
The control module has a boot flash containing the X-Pedition’s boot software and configuration
files. The system software image file resides on a PCMCIA flash card or a TFTP server.
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Memory Module
The control module uses memory to hold the routing tables and other tables. The minimum factory
configuration for the control module includes 64MB of memory in an SSR-CM2B-64, 128MB of
memory in an SSR-CM3-128, and 256MB of memory in an SSR-CM4-256. You can obtain
X-Pedition memory upgrade kits from Enterasys Networks to increase memory to 128MB (in a
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128MB DIMM), or 256MB (in two 128MB DIMMs). See Installing a Memory Upgrade on
page 66 for the upgrade procedure.
External Controls
The control module has the following external controls. Where appropriate, this guide describes
how to use the controls.
•
Male DB-9 Data Communications Equipment (DCE) port for serial connection from a
management terminal. Use this port to establish a direct CLI connection to the X-Pedition. The
default baud rate is 9600.
•
10/100BASE-TX out-of-band Ethernet management port for network management. The port is
configured as a Media Data Interface (MDI). Use this port to establish a management
connection to the X-Pedition over a local or bridged Ethernet segment.
•
Reset switch (RST). Use this switch to reboot the X-Pedition’s CPU.
•
PCMCIA flash memory slots. These slots let you install system image software upgrades as well
as older system image software versions.
Note:
You can install a PCMCIA flash in slot 0 only. You cannot use two PCMCIA cards at the
same time.
LEDs
Table 1. Control Module LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
OK
On
Ready for operation or configuration.
HBT
Flashing
Booting or waiting for configuration.
On
Remains on for 5 seconds at power-up.
On
Remains on for 5 seconds at power-up.
On
Error occurred.
On
Remains on for 5 seconds at power-up.
On
The diagnostics are running.
GREEN
On
Link on ethernet port.
YELLOW
Flashing
Activity on port.
Hot Swap
On
CM4 is active.
Off
CM4 is redundant or offline.
ERR
DIAG
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AC Power Supply
The power supply delivers 3.3, 5, and 12 volts DC to the X-Pedition’s control module(s), fan
modules, and other components. A single power supply provides enough current to operate a fully
configured chassis—with the exception of certain line cards. For information about these cards,
refer to Installing Line Cards on page 71. The power supply has its own internal cooling fan. The
vent on the front of the power supply is the inlet vent for the cooling fan. Figure 4 shows the front
view of an X-Pedition 8000 AC power supply.
PWR
SSR-PS-8
100-125~5A
200-240~3A
50-60 Hz
Figure 4. Front view of an X-Pedition 8000 AC power supply
The X-Pedition 8600 power supply is nearly twice as large as the X-Pedition 8000 power supply.
Figure 5 shows the front view of an X-Pedition 8600 AC power supply.
PWR
SSR-PS-16
SN
TO REMOVE POWER TO
UNIT DISCONNECT ALL
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
100-125V~ 10A
200-240V~ 6A
50/60 Hz
Figure 5. Front view of an X-Pedition 8600 AC power supply
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AC Power Supply Specifications
The following table lists the specifications for the X-Pedition’s AC power supplies.
X-Pedition 8000
X-Pedition 8600
Dimensions
8.27 in. H x 17.25 W x 12.25 D
22.23 cm H x 43.82 W x 31.12 D
8.27 in. H x 17.23 W x 19.25 D
22.23 cm H x 43.82 W x 48.9 D
Weight
Pounds: 24Lbs
Kilograms: 10.8 Kg
Pounds: 47 Lbs
Kilograms: 21.2 Kg
AC Power
100-125 VAC, 5A maximum
200-240 VAC, 3A maximum
50/60 Hz
100-125 VAC, 10A maximum
200-240 VAC, 6A maximum
50/60 Hz
Output Wattage
390 Watts
780 Watts
At 3.4 V
At 5.1 V
At 12 Volts
70 Amps
25 Amps
2 Amps
140 Amps
50 Amps
4 Amps
Operating
Temperature
Fahrenheit: 41oF to 104oF
Centigrade: 5oC to 40oC
Fahrenheit: 41oF to 104oF
Centigrade: 5oC to 40oC
To ensure against equipment failure, you can install a redundant power supply. When two power
supplies are active in the X-Pedition, they load share, each supply delivering approximately 50
percent of the current needed. Moreover, if one of the power supplies fails, the other power supply
immediately assumes the entire load, thus preventing any system outage.
The AC power supply has a green status LED. When the LED is lit, the power supply is connected
to an appropriate power source and is active. The status LED is lit when you switch the power
supply on, not when you plug the power supply into a power source.
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DC Power Supply
The X-Pedition DC power supply delivers 3.3, 5, and 12 volts DC to the X-Pedition’s control
module(s), fan modules, and other components. A single DC power supply provides enough current
to operate a fully configured chassis—with the exception of certain line cards. For information
about these cards, refer to Installing Line Cards on page 71.
Figure 6 shows the front view of an X-Pedition 8000 DC power supply.
!
To be installed in a restricted
access area in accordance
with the NEC or authority
having jurisdiction.
See manual for installation
instructions.
PWR
48/60V
14A MAX
SSR-PS-8-DC
SN
Figure 6. Front view of an X-Pedition 8000 DC power supply
The X-Pedition 8000 DC power supply has a three-terminal wiring block on the front panel,
consisting of a positive (+) terminal, negative (-) terminal and a safety ground. The DC supply is
designed to be powered by a 48-Volt DC source. Figure 7 shows the front view of an
X-Pedition 8600 DC Power Supply.
!
PWR
To be installed in a restricted
access area in accordance
with the NEC or authority
having jurisdiction.
See manual for installation
instructions.
SSR-PS-16-DC
SN
48/60V
27A MAX
Figure 7. Front view of an X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply
The X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply has a five-terminal wiring block on the front panel,
consisting of two positive (+) terminals, two negative (-) terminals and a safety ground. The DC
supply is designed to be powered by a 48-Volt DC source.
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DC Power Supply Specifications
The following table lists the physical specifications for the X-Pedition’s DC power supplies.
X-Pedition 8000
X-Pedition 8600
Input Voltage
48 to 60 VDC
(14 Amperes Max.)
48 to 60 VDC
(27 Amperes Max.)
Output Wattage
390 Watts
780 Watts
70 Amps
25 Amps
2 Amps
140 Amps
50 Amps
4 Amps
Dimensions
11.00 in. L x 7.70 W x 2.55 H
27.94 cm L x 19.55 W x 6.47 H
12.15 in. L x 7.70 W x 5.05 H
30.86 cm L x 19.55 W x 12.82 H
Weight
6.5 lb (2.95 kg)
12.0 lb (5.45 kg)
At 3.4 V
At 5.1 V
At 12 Volts
The following table lists the environmental specifications for the X-Pedition’s DC power supplies.
Operating Temperature
+5 to +40 °C (41 to 104 °F)
Non-operating Temperature
-30 to +73 °C (-22 to 164 °F)
Operating Humidity
15 to 90% (non-condensing)
Switching Fabric Module (X-Pedition 8600 only)
On the X-Pedition 8600, the switching fabric is contained on a separate plug-in module. The
X-Pedition 8600 has slots for two of these modules. When two switching fabric modules are
installed, the module in the slot labelled “Fabric 1” serves as the primary switching fabric module,
and the module in the slot labelled “Fabric 2” serves as a redundant switching fabric module.
Figure 8 shows the front panel of the X-Pedition 8600 Switching Fabric module.
SSR-SF-16
Switching Fabric
Offline
Online
Hot
Active
Swap
Offline
Online
Hot
Active
Swap
Figure 8. Front panel of X-Pedition 8600 Switching Fabric module
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LEDs
Table 2. X-Pedition 8600 Switching Fabric module LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The module is offline (powered off) and is ready for hot swap.
The Offline LED also lights briefly during a reboot or reset of the X-Pedition and
goes out as soon as the control module discovers and properly initializes the
switching fabric module.
Online
Green
The module is online and is ready to receive, process, and send packets if
configured to do so.
Active
On
The switching fabric module is actively receiving, processing, and sending
packets.
Line Cards
This section addresses the following line cards:
SSR-ARE on page 21
SSR-ATM29-02 on page 21
SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256 on page 25
SSR-FDDI-02 on page 26
SSR-GLX39-02 on page 28
SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 on page 30
SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 on page 33
SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA on page 35
SSR-GSX31-02 on page 37
SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 on page 39
SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA on page 41
SSR-HSSI-02-CK on page 42
SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA on page 44
SSR-HTX32-16 on page 45
SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04 on page 46
SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02 on page 48
SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA on page 50
Note:
When using line cards introduced prior to the “AA” series, SNA/DLC/NetBIOS traffic
may not bridge properly. The issue in bridging DLC packets occurs where the length field
within an IEEE 802.3 frame indicates less than 46 bytes of data.
The X-Pedition removes the length field information of incoming IEEE 802.3, 802.2, and
Ethernet SNAP packets, then recalculates the field prior to re-transmission. Consequently,
the calculation is based on the length of the entire data field. A packet entering the
X-Pedition whose length field indicates a data field of less than 46 bytes will exit with the
length field recalculated incorrectly. This can be a problem with LLC2 and legacy IPX
applications. Typically, such packets exist only in SNA and NetBIOS/NetBEUI
environments.
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SSR-ARE
The Advanced Routing Engine (ARE) provides the X-Pedition 8000/8600 an avenue for routing
protocols other than IP and IPX—currently, the ARE supports only the Appletalk protocol. The
ARE is powered by a RISC processor that operates at 380Mhz, providing lightning-fast routing of
your personal appletalk traffic. If you use a VLAN to create an AppleTalk interface, you must use
an AppleTalk procotol-based VLAN.
Note:
The ARE module cannot be installed into slots 0 or 1 on an X-Pedition 8000, or 0, 1, or 15
on an X-Pedition 8600. Attempting to hot swap this module into any of those slots may
cause the router to core dump.
SSR-ATM29-02
The fully integrated design of the X-Pedition family increases the value of the product line by
providing a seamless solution to support the industry’s most complete range of technology and
media options. This scalable framework ensures full cross-platform compatibility and allows for
the smoothest possible migration as customers’ technology and interface requirements evolve.
The combination of the X-Pedition and the SSR-ATM29-02 OC-3c module provide a complete
solution for both the service provider and enterprise markets. Interconnecting IP networks over an
ATM backbone is done by many service provider and enterprise customers. The OC-3c module
provides the vital link between the network’s switch-router solutions and the ATM-based solution
in the WAN. Each PVC on the module can be configured as a routed IP interface, and the ATM
backbone can provide connectivity from one routed backbone to another.
The SSR-ATM29-02 is a modular, high-performance OC-3c ATM interface for the
X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600. The module is optimized to provide an ATM uplink to an
ATM backbone, and supports two modular slots, each of which accepts T1/E1, T3/E3 and OC-3c
(single mode and multimode fiber, as well as unshielded twisted pair) interface.
The SSR-ATM29-02 line card actually houses various Physical Layer (PHY) interface cards in its
two available slots. ATM PHY cards provide the media-specific portion of an ATM interface to
support ATM connectivity across multiple platforms using different media types. The host system
provides the power, initialization, and control for the PHY card. The PHY card is used with an
ATM segmentation and reassembly (SAR) or cell-switching function.
See Installing the ATM PHY Cards on page 80 for installation instructions for the ATM PHY cards
into the SSR-ATM29-02 line card. Figure 9 shows the front panel of the SSR-ATM29-02 line card.
P2
SSR-ATM29-02
ATM MODULE
Offline
Hot
Online
P1
Swap
Figure 9. Front panel of SSR-ATM29-02 line card
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Options Available
This module operates with the following APHYs (you may purchase them separately from the
module) connected to the outside world. For information about these APHYs, consult the Enterasys
Networks web site.
Caution: The X-Pedition-APHY-21 and X-Pedition-APHY-29IR use Class 1 Lasers. Do not use
optical instruments to view laser output. The use of optical instruments to view laser output
increases eye hazard.
Note:
Before you can remove an APHY, Hot Swap the host ATM module.
The ATM line card has two available slots. Each slot accepts the following PHY interface modules:
Port type
Specification
APHY-67
•
1 DS-3/T-3 interface (BNC Coax); see APHY-67 and APHY-77
on page 81 for attaching cables
•
75 coaxial (RG-59B or equivalent) terminated with 75-ohm BNC
connectors
•
Maximum of 450 ft (137 m) of cable
•
1 E-3 interface (BNC); see APHY-67 and APHY-77 on page 81
for attaching cables
•
75 coaxial (RG-59B or equivalent) terminated with 75-ohm BNC
connectors
•
Maximum of 450 ft (137 m) of cable
•
1 T-1 interface (UTP); see APHY-82V on page 81 for attaching
cables
APHY-67
PHY
APHY-77
APHY-77
PHY
APHY-82V
APHY-82V
PHY
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Note:
The APHY-82V is not a T1 interface. It merely allows you
to connect to a T1 CSU—the T1 CSU will allow you to
connect to a T1 circuit.
•
ITU-T G.703 for a symmetrical pair
•
100 ohm symmetrical pair
•
Maximum of 655 ft (200 m) of cable
•
0 through 6 dB loss at 200 m
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APHY-92V
•
APHY-92V
PHY
1 E-1 interface (UTP); see APHY-82V on page 81 for attaching
cables
Note:
APHY-21
•
ITU-T G.703 for a symmetrical pair
•
120 ohm symmetrical pair
•
Maximum of 655 ft (200 m) of cable
•
0 through 6 dB loss at 200 m
•
1 OC-3c MMF interface (SC-style); see APHY-21 and APHY29IR on page 81 for attaching cables
•
EIA/TIA 492-AAAA
•
62.5/125 µm
•
Maximum cable length cannot exceed 2 kilometers (maximum
will allow up to three cables—two splices). Additional
cables/splices will reduce the maximum cable length.
•
0 to 9 dB loss at 1300 nm
•
1 OC-3c SMF-IR interface (SC-style); see APHY-21 and APHY29IR on page 81 for attaching cables
•
EIA/TIA 492-CAAA
•
9/125 µm
•
Maximum cable length cannot exceed 15 kilometers (maximum
will allow up to three cables—two splices). Additional
cables/splices will reduce the maximum cable length.
•
0 to 15 dB loss at 1300 nm
•
1 OC-3c interface (UTP); see APHY-22 on page 82 for attaching
cables
•
EIA/TIA 568B
•
295 ft (90 m) of Category 5 building cable
•
33 ft (10 m) of Category 5 patch cords
•
1 punchdown block (Category 5)
APHY-21
PHY
APHY-29IR
APHY-29IR
PHY
APHY-22
The APHY-92V is not an E1 interface. It merely allows you
to connect to an E1 CSU—the E1 CSU will allow you to
connect to an E1 circuit.
APHY-22
PHY
Ports
Depending on the APHY used, 1 or 2.
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Interface
X-Pedition 8000/8600 2-port base module
Physical Dimensions
Size: 27.94 cm H x 19.68 W x 3.94 D (11.00 in. H x 7.75 W x 1.55 D)
Weight: 1.4 kg (3.0 lb)
Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104°F (5° to 40°C)
Storage: -22° to 164°F (-30° to 73°C)
Humidity
5% to 90% (non-condensing)
LEDs
Table 3. SSR-ATM29-02 LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Hot Swap (2)
Yellow (Top)
Unit is not functioning, cannot hot swap.
Green (Bottom)
Unit is operational.
Tx Green (Top)
Indicates when the transceiver receives packets.
Rx Green (Bottom)
Indicates when the transceiver receives flow-control
packets.
Tx Green (Top)
Indicates when the transceiver transmits packets.
Rx Green (Bottom)
Indicates when the transceiver transmits flow-control
packets.
Green
The PHY is operating properly and a link is
established.
Yellow
The PHY is inactive due to media errors.
Blinking Green
The PHY was disabled by management.
Off
No connection.
Yellow
The diagnostics have detected a fault.
Blinking Green
The PHY port has been redirected elsewhere.
Off
Unit is operating properly.
Port 1 Traffic (2)
Port 2 Traffic (2)
PHY (Top)
Lightning
(Bottom)
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SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256
The SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256 are Control Modules for the
X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600 product family. The CM4, targeted for applications that
require higher processing power, uses a 380Mhz RISC processor and detection circuitry to
maximize the internal clock speed for the given chassis.
Port
1 10/100 BaseT
MAC Addresses
64 Internal MAC Addresses
Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104°F (5° to 40°C)
Storage: -22° to 164°F (-30° to 73°C)
Humidity
5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Options Available
Control modules will operate only in slots 0 and 1 of the X-Pedition chassis.
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SSR-FDDI-02
The SSR-FDDI-02 module supports high-performance translation from Ethernet, Fast Ethernet,
Gigabit Ethernet, and ATM to FDDI, as well as connectivity between FDDI modules. IP
Fragmentation support allows the module to fragment FDDI frames into multiple, smaller Ethernet
frames. MTU path discovery support allows the module to transport the maximum size of packet to
its end destination. FDDI full-duplex support is available for point to point connections with only
two stations on a FDDI ring that support full duplex. The SSR-FDDI-02 module also supports the
ring and DEC ring purger protocols, an extension to the FDDI specification.
Ports
2 Port FDDI Base Module (SSR-FDDI-02)
ASIC Type
T-Series
Network Interfaces
FPHY-01 MMF DAS
FPHY-02 UTP SAS
FPHY-09 SMF DAS
Number of Flows/Routes
Layer-2 Entries = 128,000 (memory size = 8 MB)
Layer-3/4 Entries = 256,000 (memory size = 16 MB)
Queue Buffer
8 MB per port
Physical Dimensions
Size: 27.94 cm H x 3.94 W x 19.68 D (11 in. H x 1.55 W x 7.75 D)
Weight: 1.4 kg (3.0 lb)
Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
Storage: -22° to 164° F (-30° to 73° C)
Humidity
15% to 90% (non-condensing)
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LEDs
Table 4. SSR-FDDI-02 LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Rx
Off
No activity
Flashing Yellow
Activity
Red
Diagnostic failure
Off
No activity
Flashing Green
Activity
Blinking Yellow
Port on standby
Red
Diagnostic failure
Tx
Primary/Secondary
Port LEDs
A
B
P
S
Yellow
Yellow
Off
Off
Port enabled, not active
(A, B, P, S)
Off
Off
Off
Off
Ports disabled
Green
Green
Off
Off
Ports enabled
Green
Green
Green
Off
THRU A
Green
Green
Off
Green
THRU B
Green
Off
Green
Yellow
WRAP A
Off
Green
Green
Yellow
WRAP B
Green
Green
Green
Yellow
WRAP AB
Green
Off
Green
Off
WRAP S (in S mode)
Green
Green
Off
Off
BYPASS Board
Green
Green
Red
Red
TWISTED A-A, B-B
Red
Red
Red
Red
Diagnostic failure
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SSR-GLX39-02
The SSR-GLX39-02 (T-Series) line card provides the same features as the SSR-GSX31-02 line
card, but supports single mode fiber (SMF) as well as multimode fiber (MMF). Figure 10 shows the
front panel of the SSR-GLX39-02 (T-Series) line card.
SSR-GLX39-02
1000BASE-LX
Tx
Link
Rx
AN
Offline
1
Tx
Link
Rx
AN
2
Hot
Online
Gigabit Port
Swap
Gigabit Port
Figure 10. Front panel of SSR-GLX39-02 (T-Series) line card
LEDs
Table 5. SSR-GLX39-02 line card LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) but is ready for hot
swap.
The Offline LED also lights briefly during a reboot or
reset of the X-Pedition but goes out as soon as the control
module discovers the line card.
Online
Green
The line card is online and is ready to receive, process,
and send packets if configured to do so.
Per-port Link
Green
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port
and a good link is established.
Red (intermittent)
The port received an error during operation.
Red (solid)
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port,
however, a bad link is established.
Off
Indicates that no link from the port exists.
Green
The port’s transceiver received a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver received a flow control packet.
Green
The port’s transceiver transmitted a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver transmitted a flow-control packet.
Per-port Rx
Per-port Tx
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Table 5. SSR-GLX39-02 line card LED Indicators (Continued)
LED
Condition
Status
Per-port AN
Green
The line card has auto negotiated the operating mode of
the link between full-duplex and half-duplex.
Amber (intermittent) Auto-Negotiation is in process.
Amber (solid)
Indicates a problem with Auto-Negotiation
configuration.
Red
Indicates an Auto-Negotiation failure. This fault may
occur if the link partner does not support full duplex.
Off
Auto-Negotiation was disabled or the link is down.
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SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04
The SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 are 4-port, T-Series Gigabit Line Cards for the
X-Pedition 8000 and X-Pedition 8600 switch routers. The SSR-GLX39-04 connects to 1000BASELX fiber and the SSR-GSX31-04 connects to 1000BASE-SX fiber.
SSR-GLX39-04 T
T
T
T
R
R
R
R
Offline
L
L
L
L
Online
A
A
A
A
Hot Swap
T
R
Note:
Offline
L
Online
A
If your system uses a redundant power configuration or only one power supply, you will
not be able to support more than 4 SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 cards in the
X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the X-Pedition 8600.
Ports
4 1000BASE-SX or 1000BASE-LX SC connectors
Network Interfaces
SC connector—850 nm Short-Wavelength Transceiver
SC connector—1300 nm Long-Wavelength Transceiver
50/125 mm Multimode Fiber-Optic Cables
62.5/125 mm Multimode Fiber-Optic Cables
10/125 mm Single Mode Fiber-Optic Cables
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Number of Flows/Routes
Layer-2 Entries = 512,000 (memory size = 32 MB)
Layer-3 Entries = 256,000 (memory size= 16 MB)
Switch Method
Address-based and Flow-based.
Queue Buffer
Input packet memory size: 8 MB
Output packet memory size: 8 MB
Physical Dimensions
Size: 3.94 cm H x 19.68 W x 27.94 D (1.55 in. H x 7.75 W x 11 D)
Weight: 1.4 kg (3.0 lb)
Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
Storage: -22° to 164° F (-30° to 73° C)
Humidity
15% to 90% (non-condensing)
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LEDs
Table 6. SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Offline
On
The line card is offline (powered off) and ready to hot swap.
This LED also lights briefly whey you reboot or reset the
X-Pedition but turns off as soon as the control module discovers
the SSR-GLX39-04 or SSR-GSX31-04.
Online
On
Per-Port Link Green
The SSR-GLX39-04 or SSR-GSX31-04 is ready to receive,
process, and send packets (if configured).
Indicates that the port hardware detected the cable plugged into
the port and a good link is established.
Red
The port received an error during operation.
(intermittent)
Per-port Rx
Per-port Tx
Per-port AN
Red
The port hardware detected a cable plugged into the port, but a
bad link was established.
Off
No link from the port exists.
Green
The port’s transceiver is receiving packets.
Amber
The port’s transceiver is receiving flow-control packets.
Green
The port’s transceiver is transmitting packets.
Amber
The port’s transceiver is transmitting flow-control packets.
Green
The line card auto-negotiated the operating mode of the link
between full-duplex and half-duplex.
Amber
Auto-Negotiation is in progress.
(intermittent)
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Amber
Indicates a problem with Auto-Negotiation configuration.
Red
An Auto-Negotiation failure occurred.This fault may occur if the
link partner does not support full-duplex operation.
Off
Auto-Negotiation is disabled or the link is down.
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SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02
The SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 line cards are similar to the SSR-GLX39-02 line
card, but extend the transmission distance over single mode fiber (SMF) to 70 kilometers for
Gigabit Ethernet. Figure 11 shows the front panel of the 1000BASE-LLX line card.
SSR-GLX70-01-AA
Offline
1000BASE-LLX
1
Tx Link
Hot
Online
Swap
Rx AN
Gigabit port
Figure 11. Front panel of 1000BASE-LLX line card
Figure 12 shows the front panel of the 1000BASE-LLX (T-Series) line card.
SSR-GLH39-02
Tx
Offline
1000BASE-LLX
Link
1
Tx
Link
2
Hot
Rx
Online
AN
Rx
Gigabit Port
Swap
AN
Gigabit Port
Figure 12. Front panel of 1000BASE-LLX (T-Series) line card
LEDs
Table 7. SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) but is ready for hot
swap.
The Offline LED also is lit briefly during a reboot or reset of
the X-Pedition but goes out as soon as the control module
discovers the line card.
Online
Green
The line card is online and is ready to receive, process, and
send packets if configured to do so.
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Table 7. SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 line card LEDs (Continued)
LED
Condition
Description
Per-port Link
Green
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port and a
good link is established.
Red
(intermittent)
Indicates that the port received an error during operation.
Red (solid)
The port hardware detected a cable plugged into the port,
however, a bad link is established.
Off
Indicates that no link from the port exists.
Green
The port’s transceiver received a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver received a flow-control packet.
Green
The port’s transceiver transmitted a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver transmitted a flow-control packet.
Green
Green – indicates that the line card has auto negotiated the
operating mode of the link between full-duplex and halfduplex.
Amber
(intermittent)
Amber (intermittent) – indicates that Auto-Negotiation is in
process.
Amber (solid)
Indicates a problem with Auto-Negotiation configuration.
Red
Indicates an Auto-Negotiation failure. This fault may occur if
the link partner does not support full duplex.
Off
Auto-Negotiation was been disabled or the link is down.
Per-port Rx
Per-port Tx
Per-port AN
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SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA
The SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA line cards contain two independent Gigabit
(1000 Mbps) Ethernet ports. The ports connect to multimode fiber (MMF) cables. Figure 10 shows
the front panel of the SSR-GSX21-02-AA line card.
SSR-GSX21-02-AA Offline
1000BASE-LX
Tx
Link
Rx
AN
1
Tx
Link
Rx
AN
2
Hot
Online
Gigabit Port
Swap
Gigabit Port
Figure 13. Front panel of SSR-GSX21-02-AA line card
LEDs
Table 8. SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) but is ready for hot swap.
The Offline LED also lights briefly during a reboot or reset of
the X-Pedition but goes out as soon as the control module
discovers the line card.
Online
Green
The line card is online and is ready to receive, process, and send
packets if configured to do so.
Per-port Link
Green
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port and a
good link is established.
Red
(intermittent)
The port received an error during operation.
Red (solid)
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port,
however, a bad link is established.
Off
Indicates that no link from the port exists.
Green
The port’s transceiver received a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver received a flow control packet.
Green
The port’s transceiver transmitted a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver transmitted a flow-control packet.
Per-port Rx
Per-port Tx
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Table 8. SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA line card LEDs
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LED
Condition
Description
Per-port AN
Green
The line card has auto negotiated the operating mode of the link
between full-duplex and half-duplex.
Amber
(intermittent)
Auto-Negotiation is in process.
Amber (solid)
Indicates a problem with Auto-Negotiation configuration.
Red
Indicates an Auto-Negotiation failure. This fault may occur if
the link partner does not support full duplex.
Off
Auto-Negotiation was disabled or the link is down.
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SSR-GSX31-02
The SSR-GSX31-02 line card contains two independent Gigabit (1000 Mbps) Ethernet ports. The
ports connect to multimode fiber (MMF) cables. Figure 14 shows the front panel of the SSRGSX31-02 (T-Series) line card.
SSR-GSX31-02
1000BASE-SX
Tx
Link
Rx
AN
Offline
1
Tx
Link
Rx
AN
2
Hot
Online
Gigabit Port
Swap
Gigabit Port
Figure 14. Front panel of SSR-GSX31-02 (T-Series) line card
LEDs.
Table 9. SSR-GSX31-02 line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) but is ready for hot
swap.
The Offline LED also is lit briefly during a reboot or reset of
the X-Pedition but goes out as soon as the control module
discovers the line card.
Online
Green
The line card is online and is ready to receive, process, and
send packets if configured to do so.
Per-port Link
Green
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port and a
good link is established.
Red
(intermittent)
The port received an error during operation.
Red (solid)
The port hardware detects a cable plugged into the port,
however, a bad link is established.
Off
No link from the port exists.
Green
The port’s transceiver received a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver received a flow-control packet.
Green
The port’s transceiver transmitted a packet.
Amber
The port’s transceiver transmitted a flow-control packet.
Per-port Rx
Per-port Tx
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Table 9. SSR-GSX31-02 line card LEDs (Continued)
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LED
Condition
Description
Per-port AN
Green
The line card has auto negotiated the operating mode of the
link between full-duplex and half-duplex.
Amber
(intermittent)
Auto-Negotiation is in process.
Amber (solid)
Indicates a problem with Auto-Negotiation configuration.
Red
Red – indicates an Auto-Negotiation failure. This fault may
occur if the link partner does not support full duplex.
Off
Off – indicates that Auto-Negotiation has been disabled or the
link is down.
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SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02
The SSR-GTX32-04 is a 4-port and the SSR-GTX32-02 a 2-port copper-based 1000BASE-T
Gigabit Ethernet module for the X-Pedition platform. Figure 15 displays the front panel of an SSRGTX32-04.
SSR-GTX32-04
T
T
T
T
R
R
R
R
Offline
L
L
L
L
Online
Q
Q
Q
Q
Hot Swap
T
R
Offline
L
Online
Q
Figure 15. Front panel of SSR-GTX32-04 line card
Note:
If your system uses a redundant power configuration or only one power supply, you will
not be able to support more than 5 SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 cards in the
X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the X-Pedition 8600.
Ports
4 1000BASE-T Ports
or
2 1000BASE-T Ports
Network Interface
RJ-45 100 m Cat. 5 UTP Cabling per ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A.
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Number of Flows/Routes
Layer-2 Entries =512,000 (memory size = 32 MB)
Layer-3 Entries = 256,000 (memory size = 16 MB)
Physical Dimensions
Size: 27.94 cm H x 3.94 W x 19.68 D (11.00 in. H x 1.55 W x 7.75 D)
Weight: 1.4 kg (3.0 lbs)
Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
Storage: -22° to 164° F (-30° to 73° C)
Humidity
15% to 90% (non-condensing)
LEDs
Table 10. SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Online
On (Green)
The module is online and ready to receive, process, and send
packets (if configured to do so).
Offline
On (Amber)
The module is offline (powered down) and ready to hot swap.
Per-Port
Transmit
Green
The port transmitted a packet.
Amber
The port transmitted a flow-control packet.
Per-Port
Receive
Green
The port received a packet.
Amber
The port received a flow-control packet.
Per-Port
Link
Green
The port hardware detected a cable plugged into the port and
established a good link.
Off
No link exists from the port.
Green
Auto-Negotiation completed successfully and the phy is attempting
to establish a link. This LED remains green while the link operates
with good signal-to-noise ratio.
Fast blink
Low signal-to-noise ratio, close to data errors.
Slow blink
Receive bit errors detected.
Off
Auto-Negotiation is still in progress or the phy cannot receive
packet data.
Per-Port
Quality
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SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA
The SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA line cards provide the same features as the SSRHTX22-08-AA line card but use a multimode fiber-optic cable (MMF) to connect to the network.
The MMF line cards are available in 4 MB and 16 MB versions. Figure 16 shows the front panel of
the 4 MB SSR-HFX21-08-AA line card.
SSR-HFX21-08-AA Lnk
3
Offline Act
Lnk
4
Lnk
7
Act
Act
Lnk
8
100BASE-FX
Act
Hot
Online Lnk
1
Lnk
2
Lnk
5
Lnk
Swap
6
100 BASE-FX ports
Figure 16. Front panel of 4 MB SSR-HFX21-08-AA line card (MMF)
LEDs
Table 11. SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
When lit, this amber LED on the left side of the line card indicates that
the line card is offline (powered off) but is ready for hot swap.
The Offline LED also is lit briefly during a reboot or reset of the
X-Pedition but goes out as soon as the control module discovers the
line card.
Online
Green
When lit, this green LED indicates that the line card is online and is
ready to receive, process, and send packets if configured to do so.
Lnk
Green
Each port has two LEDs located to the left of the connector. The green
Lnk LED indicates the link status. When this LED is lit, the port
hardware is detecting that a cable is plugged into the port and the port
has established communication with the device at the other end.
Act
Amber
The amber Act LED flashes each time the port’s transceiver sends or
receives packets.
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SSR-HSSI-02-CK
The HSSI interface extends the benefits of the X-Pedition router to the WAN, providing
application-level control and wire-speed across high-speed WAN connections. The HSSI interface
supports PPP and Frame Relay at speeds up to 52 Mbps. Typical applications include T3/E3
circuits or inverse multiplexed T1 connections. Flow Rate Limiting, Weighted Random Early
Discard and Weighted Fair Queuing work together to manage and prevent congestion. The SSRHSSI-02-CK also provides external clocking—you do not need an external CSU/DSU.
The HSSI module for the X-Pedition supports true Layer 2, 3 and 4 switching, allowing for
consistent policy management for security and quality of service. Detailed accounting information
can be gathered using per-PVC RMON, enabling easy confirmation that service-level agreements
are being met. Prioritization policies can be extended across the entire network to allocate
appropriate resources to groups of users, or specific applications.
SSR-HSSI-02-CK
Offline
Dual HSSI
Link
Link
Rx
Rx
Tx
Tx
Hot
Swap
Online
Figure 17. Front panel of the SSR-HSSI-02-CK line card
Ports
2 STS-1 or 52 MBps Serial ports
Network Interfaces
50-Pin Connector supporting 1 HSSI interface. WAN INTERFACES V.35, EIA-530, EIA-449, &
X.21.
Physical Dimensions
Size: 52.9 cm H x 2.9 W x 40.1 D (20.83 in. H x 1.14 W x 15.79 D)
Weight: 2.72 kg (6.0 lbs)
Temperature
Operating: 32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
Storage: -22° to 194° F (-30° to 90° C)
Humidity
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
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LEDs
Table 12. SSR-HSSI-02-CK LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Online (2)
Green
The unit is operational and functioning properly.
Offline (2)
Amber
The unit is not operational. You may remove the unit from
the chassis.
Tx (4)
Amber
A frame was transmitted.
Rx (4)
Amber
A frame was received.
Link (4)
Green
A valid link is established on the port.
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SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA
The SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08 line cards contain eight independent Ethernet ports.
Each port senses whether it is connected to a 10-Mbps segment or a 100-Mbps segment and
automatically configures itself as a 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX port. Figure 18 shows the front
panel of the SSR-HTX22-08-AA line card.
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
8
Offline
Hot
Swap
Online
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX ports
10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX ports
Figure 18. Front panel of SSR-HTX22-08-AA line card
LEDs
Table 13. SSR-HTX22-08-AA line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) and is ready for hot swap.
The Offline LED also is lit briefly during a reboot or reset of the
X-Pedition and goes out as soon as the control module
discovers and properly initializes the line card.
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Online
Green
When lit, this green LED indicates that the line card is online
and is ready to receive, process, and send packets if configured
to do so.
Link
Green
Each port has two LEDs on its connector. The green LED on the
left side of the connector indicates the link status. When this
LED is lit, the port hardware is detecting that a cable is plugged
into the port and the port has established communication with
the device at the other end.
Activity
Flashing amber
The port’s transceiver sent or received packets.
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SSR-HTX32-16
The SSR-HTX32-16 16-port line card contains 16 independent Ethernet ports. Each port senses
whether it is connected to a 10-Mbps segment or a 100-Mbps segment and automatically configures
itself as a 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX port. Figure 19 shows the front panel of the SSR-HTX32-16
line card.
SSR-HTX32-16
10/100BASE-TX
Offline
Hot
Online
2
1
4
3
6
5
8
7
10
9
12
11
14
13
16
15
Swap
Figure 19. Front panel of SSR-HTX32-16 (T-Series) line card
LEDs
Table 14. SSR-HTX32-16 line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) and is ready for hot swap.
The Offline LED also lights briefly during a reboot or reset of the
X-Pedition and goes out as soon as the control module discovers and
properly initializes the line card.
Online
Green
The line card is online and is ready to receive, process, and send
packets if configured to do so.
Link
Green
Each port has two LEDs on its connector. The green LED on the left
side of the connector indicates the link status. When this LED is lit,
the port hardware is detecting that a cable is plugged into the port
and the port has established communication with the device at the
other end.
Activity
Amber
The amber LED on the right side of each port connector flashes each
time the port’s transceiver sends or receives packets.
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Hardware Overview
SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04
The SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04 modules provide high-speed connectivity to SONET
networks. These modules support ACL-based filtering, Layer-4 application-aware switching, QOS
features, and Server Load Balancing. The SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04 are available as
4-port OC-3 SMF or MMF models and are compatible with the X-Pedition 8000/8600 hardware
platforms. The POS OC-3c line cards use MT-RJ connectors to attach to multimode fiber (MMF)
and single mode MT-RJ cables. To attach the segment cables to a POS OC-3c line card, obtain an
MT-RJ cable and plug one end into the port connector. Plug the other end into the port of the other
device. Since MT-RJ cables consist of only one line, there are no concerns about matching the
receive port with the transmit port. Figure 20 shows an SSR-POS29-04 line card.
F
3 SM
-OC
POS
2
1
Link
Tx
Hot
ap
Link
Tx
2
-04
S29
-PO
SSR
e
Offlin
1
Rx
Link
Tx
Link
Tx
Rx
Figure 20. SSR-POS29-04 line card
Note:
If your system uses a redundant power configuration or only one power supply, you will
not be able to support more than 5 SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04 cards in the
X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the X-Pedition 8600.
Ports
4 OC-3 MT-RJ MMF Ports
4 OC-3 MT-RJ SMF Ports
Physical Dimensions
Size: 27.94 cm H x 3.94 W x 19.68 D (11.00 in. H x 1.55 W x 7.75 D)
Weight: 1.4 kg (3.0 lbs)
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Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
Storage: -22° to 164° F (-30° to 73° C)
Humidity
15% to 90% (non-condensing)
LEDs
Table 15. SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04 LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Online
Green
The module is online and ready to receive, process, and send
packets (if configured to do so).
Offline
Amber
The module is offline (powered down) and ready to hot swap.
Transmit
Green
The port transmitted a packet.
Red
The port transmitted a flow-control packet.
Green
The port received a packet.
Red
The port received a flow-control packet.
Green
The port hardware detected a cable plugged into the port and
established a good link.
Red
Signal is degraded or a signal fail event occurred.
Off
No link exists from the port.
Receive
Link
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SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02
The SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02 modules provide high-speed connectivity to SONET
networks. These modules support ACL-based filtering, Layer-4 application-aware switching, QOS
features, and Server Load Balancing. The SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02 are available as
2-port OC-12 SMF or MMF models and are compatible with the X-Pedition 8000/8600 hardware
platforms. The POS OC-12c line cards use SC-style Media Interface Connectors (MICs) to attach
to multimode fiber (MMF) and single mode (SMF) cables. Figure 21 shows an SSR-POS39-02 line
card.
F
M
12 S
-OC
POS
Hot
p
2
Swa
Link
Tx
1
9-02
S3
-PO
SSR
e
Offlin
Rx
Link
Tx
Rx
Figure 21. SSR-POS39-02 line card
Note:
If your system uses a redundant power configuration or only one power supply, you will
not be able to support more than 5 SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02 cards in the
X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the X-Pedition 8000/8600.
Ports
2 OC-12 SC MMF Ports
2 OC-12 SC SMF Ports
Physical Dimensions
Size: 27.94 cm H x 3.94 W x 19.68 D (11.00 in. H x 1.55 W x 7.75 D)
Weight: 1.4 kg (3.0 lbs)
Temperature
Operating: 41° to 104° F (5° to 40° C)
Storage: -22° to 164° F (-30° to 73° C)
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Humidity
15% to 90% (non-condensing)
LEDs
Table 16. SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02 LED Indicators
LED
Condition
Status
Online
On (Green)
The module is online and ready to receive, process, and send
packets (if configured to do so).
Offline
On (Amber)
The module is offline (powered down) and ready to hot swap.
Transmit
Green
The port transmitted a packet.
Red
The port transmitted a flow-control packet.
Green
The port received a packet.
Red
The port received a flow-control packet.
Green
The port hardware detected a cable plugged into the port and
established a good link.
Red
Signal is degraded or a signal fail event occurred.
Off
No link exists from the port.
Receive
Link
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SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA
The SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA line cards each contain two dual-serial WAN
ports (two serial ports located on one high density connector). In addition, the Quad Serial – C line
card includes compression, and the Quad Serial – CE line card includes compression and
encryption, for each WAN port. Figure 22 shows the front panel of the Quad Serial – CE WAN line
card.
Quad Serial - C
SSR-SERCE-04-AA
1
Offline
2
3
1,2
Link
Link
Rx
Rx
Tx
Tx
4
3,4
Hot
Swap
Online
Figure 22. Front panel of the SSR-SERCE-04-AA line card
LEDs
Table 17. SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA line card LEDs
LED
Condition
Description
Offline
Amber
The line card is offline (powered off) but is ready for hot swap.
The Offline LED also is lit briefly during a reboot or reset of the
X-Pedition but goes out as soon as the control module discovers
the line card.
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Online
Green
The line card is online and is ready to receive, process, and send
packets if configured to do so.
Per-port Link
On
The line card detected a cable plugged into the port and a good
link is established.
Per-port Rx
On
The port’s transceiver received data.
Per-port Tx
On
The port’s transceiver transmitted data.
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Hardware Installation
This chapter provides hardware installation information and procedures in the following sections:
•
Safety considerations
•
Installing the hardware
If the hardware is already installed and you are ready to install the software and perform basic
system configuration, see Chapter 3, Software Installation and Setup.
Safety Considerations
Read the following safety warnings and product cautions to avoid personal injury or product
damage.
ELECTRICAL HAZARD: Only qualified personnel should perform installation procedures.
Preventing Injury
Cautions: Observe the following safety warnings to prevent accidental injury when working with
the Enterasys X-Pedition (X-Pedition) hardware.
•
To avoid back strain, be careful when lifting the chassis out of the shipping box.
•
Never attempt to rack mount the X-Pedition chassis unaided. Ask an assistant to help you hold
the chassis.
•
Never operate the X-Pedition with exposed power-supply bays or module slots. You can leave
the slots exposed but make sure you do not place any tools or body parts in the slot.
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Safety Considerations
•
Never operate the X-Pedition if the chassis becomes wet or the area where the chassis is
installed is wet.
Preventing Equipment Damage
Observe the precautions listed in this section to prevent accidental damage to the X-Pedition
components.
Cautions: To prevent accidental product damage, observe the following precautions:
•
Always use proper electrostatic discharge (ESD) gear when handling the control module,
backplane, line cards or other internal parts of the chassis.
•
Make sure you allow adequate room for air flow around the chassis.
•
If you plan to install the chassis in an equipment rack, it is recommended that you install a
support tray under the chassis, especially for chassis that are completely filled (no empty control
module, power supply, or line card slots).
Before Removing Fiber Optic Protective Caps
Cable assemblies and fiber optic ports are shipped with protective caps to prevent contamination.
To avoid contamination, replace port caps on all fiber optic devices when not in use. Cable
assemblies and fiber optic ports that become contaminated may experience signal loss or difficulty
inserting and removing cable assemblies from fiber optic ports.
Contamination can be removed from cable assemblies by:
1.
Blowing surfaces with canned duster (Chemtronics p/n ES1270 or equivalent).
2.
Using a fiber port cleaning swab (Alcoa Fujikura LTD p/n ACT-01 or equivalent) saturated
with optical-grade Isopropyl Alcohol, gently wipe the end face surface of ferrules first; then
wipe down the sides of both ferrules. Blow ferrule surfaces dry with canned duster.
Contamination can be removed from fiber optic ports by:
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1.
Using the extension tube supplied with canned duster, blow into the optical port, being careful
not to allow the extension tube to touch the bottom of the optical port.
2.
Reconnect cable and check for proper mating. If problems remain, gently wipe out optical port
with a DRY fiber port cleaning swab and repeat step 1.
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Hardware Specifications
The following table lists the physical and environmental specifications for the X-Pedition 8000 and
X-Pedition 8600.
X-Pedition 8000
X-Pedition 8600
Dimensions
8.75 in. H x 17.25 W x 12.25 D
22.3 cm H x 43.82 W x 31.12 D
19.25 in. H x 17.25 W x 12.25 D
48.9 cm H x 43.82 W x 12.25 D
Weight
Pounds: 40 lbs
Kilograms: 18.2 Kg
Pounds: 61.75 lbs
Kilograms: 28 Kg
AC Power
100-125 VAC, 5A maximum
200-240 VAC, 3A maximum
50/60 Hz
100-125 VAC, 10A maximum
200-240 VAC, 6A maximum
50/60 Hz
DC Power
48-60 Vdc maximum
14A maximum
48-60 Vdc maximum
27A maximum
Output Wattage
390 Watts
780 Watts
At 3.4 V
At 5.1 V
At 12 Volts
70 Amps
25 Amps
2 Amps
140 Amps
50 Amps
4 Amps
Operating
Temperature
Fahrenheit: 41oF to 104oF
Centigrade: 5oC to 40oC
Fahrenheit: 41oF to 104oF
Centigrade: 5oC to 40oC
The number of line modules you can install in an X-Pedition 8000/8600 chassis is limited only by
the total power consumption of the installed modules. As long as you do not exceed the maximum
power available, you may completely fill the chassis. Modules with high power consumption
(i.e., the SSR-GTX32-04, SSR-GSX31-04, SSR-GLX39-04, SSR-POS21-04-AA, SSR-POS29-04AA, SSR-POS31-02-AA, SSR-POS39-02-AA, and SSR-ATM29-02) can limit the number of
modules you may install—some slots may remain empty. Table 18 lists the power consumption for
each module and the total power limit for each chassis type.
Note:
As long as you do not exceed the maximum Amps listed at the bottom of the following
chart, the restrictions above do not apply. For questions related to power consumption,
please contact Enterasys Networks.
Table 18. Power Consumption
Line Module
Description
3.3v Amps
5v Amps
SSR-SF-16
SSR Switch Fabric Module
3.00
0.00
SSR-CM2B-64
SSR 64 MB Switch Control Processor
3.65
0.33
SSR-CM3-128
SSR 128 MB Switch Control Processor
4.42
0.38
SSR-CM4-256
SSR 128 MB Switch Control Processor
4.42
0.38
SSR-GLX29-02-AA
SSR 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet-LX 16 MB line card
5.40
0.50
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Table 18. Power Consumption (Continued)
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SSR-GLX70-01-AA
SSR 1-Port 70km GbE LX (SMF) 16MB line card
5.40
0.50
SSR-GLX39-02
SSR Gigabit Jumbo Packet
7.32
0.51
SSR-GLX39-04
SSR Gigabit Jumbo Packet (Blackbird)
13.16
0.98
SSR-GLH39-02
SSR Gigabit Jumbo Packet
7.32
0.51
SSR-GSX21-02-AA
SSR 2-Port Gigabit Ethernet-SX 16 MB line card
5.40
0.50
SSR-GSX31-02
SSR Gigabit Jumbo Packet
7.32
0.51
SSR-GSX31-04
SSR Gigabit Jumbo Packet (Blackbird)
13.16
0.98
SSR-GTX32-02
SSR Gigabit 1000BASE-T (Nighthawk)
10.44
0.00
SSR-GTX32-04
SSR Gigabit 1000BASE-T (Spirit)
12.30
0.98
SSR-HFX21-08-AA
SSR 8-Port Fast Ethernet-FX (MMF) 16 MB line card
6.10
2.70
SSR-HFX29-08-AA
SSR 8-Port Fast Ethernet-FX (SMF) 16 MB line card
6.10
2.70
SSR-HTX12-08-AA
SSR 8-Port Fast Ethernet-TX (UTP)
4 MB line card
5.90
1.60
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
SSR 8-Port Fast Ethernet-TX (UTP) 16 MB line card
5.90
1.60
SSR-HTX32-16
SSR 16-Port Fast Ethernet-TX, 16MB (Dino/TREX)
7.68
0.00
SSR-HSSI-02-AA
SSR 2-Port HSSI Line Card
3.70
0.50
SSR-SERC-04-AA
SSR 4-Port Serial LC w/ HW Compression
4.80
0.50
SSR-SERCE-04-AA
SSR 4-Port Serial LC w/ HW Compression and HW Encryption
4.80
0.50
SSR-POS21-04-AA
SSR Quad OC-3 (POS-MMF)
5.62
0.88
SSR-POS29-04-AA
SSR Quad OC-3 (POS-SMF)
5.62
0.88
SSR-POS31-02-AA
SSR Dual OC-12 (POS-MMF)
6.00
1.041
SSR-POS39-02-AA
SSR Dual OC-12 (POS-SMF)
6.00
1.041
SSR-ATM29-02
SSR OC-3 ATM (Modular PHY)
12.00
0.00
SSR-FDDI-02-Fiber Phy
SSR FDDI (Fiber mod-PMD)
6.95
2.60
SSR-FDDI-02-Copper Phy
SSR FDDI (Copper Mod-PMD)
6.84
1.50
SSR-ARE
SSR AppleTalk Routing Engine
1.41
2.26
8000 Chassis Limit
68.5 Amps
25 Amps
8600 Chassis Limit
140 Amps
50 Amps
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Installing the Hardware
This section describes how to perform the following tasks:
•
Check the shipping box to ensure that all the parts arrived
•
Install the chassis (on a tabletop or in an equipment rack)
•
Install the control module
•
Install a memory upgrade
•
Install the switching fabric module (X-Pedition 8600 only)
•
Install line cards
•
Install the power supply (either AC or DC)
•
Attach console management cables
•
Attach port cables
Verifying Your Shipment
Before you begin installing your X-Pedition, check your shipment to ensure that everything you
ordered arrived securely.
Caution: To avoid back strain, be careful when lifting the chassis out of the shipping box.
Open the shipping box(es) and verify that you received the following equipment:
•
An X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600 chassis containing a backplane, fan module, and a
console cable. The console cable is used for connecting a terminal to the control module DB-9
port.
•
An X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600 power supply.
•
One country-specific power cable per power supply.
•
One control module.
•
One Switching Fabric Module (X-Pedition 8600 only).
•
An X-Pedition Media Kit containing:
–
One PCMCIA flash card containing the X-Pedition system software
–
One copy of the Enterasys X-Pedition 8000/8600 Getting Started Guide (the book you are
reading now)
–
Release Notes
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Depending on your order, your shipment may also contain some or all of the following:
•
Redundant power supply, if you ordered one.
•
Redundant control module, if you ordered one.
•
Redundant Switching Fabric Module, if you ordered one (X-Pedition 8600 only).
•
The line cards you ordered.
Installing the Chassis
Enterasys recommends that only qualified personnel conduct installation of any X-Pedition chassis.
This section contains procedures for the following types of installation:
•
Tabletop Installation
•
Rack mount Installation
Tabletop Installation
You can install the X-Pedition on a tabletop.
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1.
Select a table that is stable (not wobbly) and is not in an area subject to frequent foot traffic.
Remember that you will be attaching numerous cables to the chassis.
2.
Place the X-Pedition on the table, allowing at least 3 inches (7.62 centimeters) of room above
and behind the unit for air flow to the cooling fans.
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Rack Mount Installation
You can install the X-Pedition in a standard 19-inch equipment rack. The X-Pedition chassis is
equipped with front-mounting brackets. Figure 23 shows an example of how to install an
X-Pedition 8600 chassis in an equipment rack.
SSR-8
Figure 23. Installing the X-Pedition 8600 chassis in an equipment rack
Note:
Never attempt to rack mount the X-Pedition chassis unaided. Ask an assistant to help you
hold the chassis.
Caution: To make lifting and holding the chassis easier, install the chassis before you install line
cards or redundant control modules and power supplies.
To install the X-Pedition chassis in an equipment rack, use the following procedure. You need a #2
Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.
1.
If the front-mounting brackets are already installed on the X-Pedition chassis, go to step 2. If
not, do the following:
a.
Align one of the mounting brackets over the corresponding holes in the side of the chassis.
The mounting bracket is correctly positioned when the side with two open mounting holes
is flush with the front of the chassis.
b.
Use the #2 Phillips screwdriver and two of the supplied Phillips screws to attach the
mounting bracket to the chassis.
c.
Attach the other mounting bracket.
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2.
Along with an assistant, lift the chassis into place in the mounting rack.
3.
While your assistant holds the chassis in place, use the #2 Phillips screwdriver and four #2
Phillips screws to attach the mounting brackets to the mounting rack.
Note:
Make sure there are at least 3 inches (7.62 centimeters) of room above and behind the unit
for air flow to the cooling fans.
Caution: Make sure the screws are tight before your assistant releases the chassis. If you
accidentally leave the screws loose, the chassis can slip and fall, possibly becoming damaged.
Installing an AC Power Supply
The primary AC power supply is shipped separately from the X-Pedition chassis. To install or
replace the primary AC power supply or if you want to install a redundant power supply, use the
following procedure. You will need a #2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.
Note:
Use a single-phase grounded power source located within 6 feet (1.89 meters) of the
installation site.
AC Power Supply Specifications
The following table lists the physical specifications for the X-Pedition’s AC power supplies.
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X-Pedition 8000
X-Pedition 8600
Dimensions
2.5 in. H x 7.70 W x 11 D
6.35 cm H x 19.56 W x 27.94 D
5.05 in. H x 7.70 W x 12.28 D
12.83 cm H x 19.56 W x 31.19 D
Weight
6 lbs
2.73 Kg
11 lbs
4.99 Kg
AC Power
100-125 VAC, 5A maximum
200-240 VAC, 3A maximum
50/60 Hz
100-125 VAC, 10A maximum
200-240 VAC, 6A maximum
50/60 Hz
Output Wattage
390 Watts
780 Watts
At 3.4 V
At 5.1 V
At 12 Volts
70 Amps
25 Amps
2 Amps
140 Amps
50 Amps
4 Amps
Operating
Temperature
Fahrenheit: 41oF to 104oF
Centigrade: 5oC to 40oC
Fahrenheit: 41oF to 104oF
Centigrade: 5oC to 40oC
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The following table lists the environmental specifications for the X-Pedition’s AC power supplies.
Operating Temperature
+5 to +40 °C (41 to 104 °F)
Non-operating Temperature
-30 to +73 °C (-22 to 164 °F)
Operating Humidity
15 to 90% (non-condensing)
Figure 24 shows an example of how to install an AC power supply. The procedure following the
figure describes how to do this.
PWR
SSR-8
100-125~5A
200-240~3A
50-60 Hz
SSR-PS-8
Figure 24. Installing an AC power supply
AC Power Supply Installation Procedure
To install an AC power supply:
1.
Ensure that the AC power supply is not powered on.
2.
If a coverplate is installed over the power supply slot, use the #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove
it. If you are replacing an AC power supply, unplug the power cable from the supply you are
replacing, loosen the captive screws on the power supply’s front panel, then pull the supply out
of the chassis.
3.
Slide the AC power supply all the way into the slot, firmly but gently pressing to ensure that
the pins on the back of the power supply are completely seated in the backplane.
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4.
Use the #2 Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screws on each side of the power supply
to secure it to the chassis.
5.
Attach the power cable to the AC power supply.
Installing a DC Power Supply
The X-Pedition DC power supply delivers 3.3, 5, and 12 volts DC to the X-Pedition’s control
module(s), fan modules, and other components. A single DC power supply provides enough current
to operate a fully-configured chassis.
DC Power Supply Specifications
The following table lists the physical specifications for the X-Pedition’s DC power supplies.
X-Pedition 8000
X-Pedition 8600
Input Voltage
48 to 60 Volts
(14 Amperes Max.)
48 to 60 Volts
(27 Amperes Max.)
Output Wattage
390 Watts
780 Watts
At 3.4 V
At 5.1 V
At 12 Volts
70 Amps
25 Amps
2 Amps
140 Amps
50 Amps
4 Amps
Dimensions
2.5 in. H x 7.70 W x 11 D
6.35 cm H x 19.56 W x 27.94 D
5.05 in. H x 7.70 W x 12.28 D
12.83 cm H x 19.56 W x 31.19 D
Weight
6 lbs
2.73 Kg
11 lbs
4.99 Kg
Caution: To reduce the risk of electric shock or energy hazards:
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1.
Connect to a reliably grounded SELV source.
2.
The branch circuit over current protection must be rated at a maximum of 20A for the
X-Pedition 8000 and 40A for the X-Pedition 8600.
3.
Use 14 AWG solid copper wires on the X-Pedition 8000 and 8 AWG solid copper wires on the
X-Pedition 8600 only.
4.
A readily accessible disconnect device that is suitably approved and rated shall incorporated in
the field wiring.
5.
To be installed in a restricted access area in accordance with the NEC or authority having
jurisdiction.
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The following table lists the environmental specifications for the X-Pedition’s DC power supplies.
Operating Temperature
+5 to +40 °C (41 to 104 °F)
Non-operating Temperature
-30 to +73 °C (-22 to 164 °F)
Operating Humidity
15 to 90% (non-condensing)
DC Power Supply Installation Procedure
To install a DC power supply on the X-Pedition 8000 or X-Pedition 8600:
1.
Ensure that the DC power supply is not powered on.
2.
If a coverplate is installed over the DC power supply slot, use a #2 Phillips screwdriver to
remove it. If you are replacing a power supply, unplug the power cable from the supply you are
replacing, loosen the captive screws on the power supply’s front panel, then pull the supply out
of the chassis.
3.
Slide the DC power supply all the way into the slot, firmly but gently pressing to ensure that
the pins on the back of the power supply are completely seated in the backplane.
4.
Use a #2 Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screws on each side of the DC power
supply to secure it to the chassis.
5.
Attach wires to the terminal blocks on the front of the unit. To attach a wire, loosen the
terminal screw, insert the exposed end of the wire, and tighten the terminal screw.
6.
Connect the safety ground wire to a reliable earth ground.
7.
Connect the DC input wiring to a DC power source. See Figure 28 on page 64 and Figure 29
on page 64 for a diagram of the wiring connections between the X-Pedition and a DC power
source.
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X-Pedition 8000 DC Power Supply
Figure 25 shows the front view of an X-Pedition 8000 DC power supply.
!
To be installed in a restricted
access area in accordance
with the NEC or authority
having jurisdiction.
See manual for installation
instructions.
PWR
48/60V
14A MAX
SSR-PS-8-DC
SN
Figure 25. Front view of an X-Pedition 8000 DC power supply
The X-Pedition 8000 DC power supply has a three-terminal wiring block on the front panel,
consisting of a positive (+) terminal, negative (-) terminal and a safety ground. The DC supply is
designed to be powered by a 48-volt DC source.
X-Pedition 8600 DC Power Supply
Figure 26 shows the front view of an X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply.
!
PWR
To be installed in a restricted
access area in accordance
with the NEC or authority
having jurisdiction.
See manual for installation
instructions.
SSR-PS-16-DC
SN
48/60V
27A MAX
Figure 26. Front view of an X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply
The X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply has a five-terminal wiring block on the front panel. The
wiring block contains two positive (+) terminals, two negative (-) terminals, and a safety ground.
The DC supply is designed to be powered by a 48-volt DC source.
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Internally, the X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply consists of two separate power supplies. Each of
these internal power supplies must be energized to produce sufficient power for the
X-Pedition 8600 to operate. Each internal power supply is connected to source power through a
pair of positive (+) and negative (-) wiring lugs on the wiring block. Figure 27 shows the internal
relationship of the wiring lugs of the X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply.
XP-8600 DC Power Supply
Internal Power Supply One
These lugs supply power
to Power Supply One
These lugs supply power
to Power Supply Two
Internal Power Supply Two
Figure 27. Relationship of wiring lugs on X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply
Note:
For the X-Pedition 8600 to work properly, both positive (+) terminals and both negative (-)
terminals of the X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply MUST be connected to the DC source.
Because of the X-Pedition 8600 DC supply current requirements, each pole of the 48 Volt DC
source should use 6 gauge wire. Each 6 gauge wire can be divided into two 12 gauge wires by using
a conductive splitter-block. This creates two 12 gauge wires carrying positive (+) current and two
12 gauge wires carrying negative current. In turn, both 12 gauge positive (+) wires and both 12
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gauge negative (-) wires are connected to the X-Pedition 8600 DC power supply wiring block. See
Figure 28.
XP-8600 Wiring Lugs
8-Gauge Wire (Green)
From True Ground
Conductive Splitter Block
From - 48-Volt Source
12-Gauge Wire (Black)
6-Gauge Wire (Black)
12-Gauge Wire (Black)
+
Conductive Splitter Block
+
From + 48-Volt
Source
6-Gauge Wire (Red)
-
12-Gauge Wire (Red)
12-Gauge Wire (Red)
Figure 28. Splitting each source wire to two 12-gauge wires
An alternate method of wiring the X-Pedition 8600 power supply is to use a single set of 8-AWG
wires (+ and -) from the DC source, and then tie the X-Pedition 8600’s wiring lugs together: + to +
and - to -. See Figure 29.
Both positive (+) and both
negative (-) lugs are tied
together with 8-gauge wire
8-Gauge Wire
To True
Ground
(Green)
From Power
Source
(Black)
From Power
Source +
(Red)
Figure 29. Tying X-Pedition 8600 DC supply lugs together
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Installing the Control Module
The primary control module always resides in the CM slot. If you need to replace the primary
control module in the CM slot, or you want to install a redundant control module in slot CM/1, use
the following procedure (you will need a #2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure). The
primary control module must be installed in slot CM. The redundant control module must be
installed in slot CM/1. (See Chassis on page 10 for information about the chassis slots.)
Figure 30 shows an example of how to install a control module. The procedure following the figure
describes how to do this.
Card Guides
Circuit Card
SSR-CM2-64
Console
CONTROL MODULE
10/100 Mgmt
Metal Plate
SSR-8
Figure 30. Installing a Control Module
To install the control module:
1.
If a coverplate is installed over the control module slot (slot or CM/1 only), use the #2 Phillips
screwdriver to remove it.
2.
Slide the control module all the way into the slot, firmly but gently pressing to ensure that the
pins on the back of the control module are completely seated in the backplane.
Note:
Make sure the circuit card (and not the metal plate) is between the card guides, as shown
in Figure 30. Check both the upper and lower tracks.
3.
Use the #2 Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screws on each side of the control module
to secure it to the chassis.
4.
When you are ready to attach the management cables to the control module, review the cable
specifications under SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256 on page 107.
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Firmware Image Requirements
Version 8.2.0.0 or later.
Default Module Settings
The CM4 comes with the baud rate on RS232 console port set to 9600.
Preparing the Module
•
You must install the PCMCIA card before you install the command module. You cannot add or
remove a PCMCIA card while the unit is powered on.
Installing a Memory Upgrade
CAUTION: Before performing any upgrade or installation, ensure that you are properly
“grounded” to avoid electrostatic discharge. The switch must be powered off before
installing or replacing any module.
1.
Determine how much memory is already installed on the Control Module. If you do not
know how much memory is installed on the Control Module, enter the system show hardware
command in Enable mode. The amount of memory is reported as the System Memory size. For
example:
xp# system show hardware
Hardware Information:
System type:
X-Pedition 8600, Rev. A
CPU Module type:
CPU-Elan, Rev. 0
Processor:
R5000, Rev 3.0, 249.99 MHz
Icache size:
32 Kbytes, 32 bytes/line
Dcache size:
32 Kbytes, 32 bytes/line
CPU Board Frequency:
83.33 MHz
Switching Fabrics:
2 (Active = Fabric 1)
PCMCIA card:
No card present
System Memory size:
64 MBytes
Network Memory size:
8 MBytes
MAC Addresses
System:
00e063:fdd700
10BASE-T CPU Port:00e063:fdd701
Internal Use:
00e063:fdd702 -> 00e063:fdd73f
CPU Mode:
Active
Redundant CPU:
Not present
2.
Power down the chassis.
Note:
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If the X-Pedition chassis contains a redundant Control Module, you do not need to power
down the X-Pedition. You must, however, press the Hot Swap button before removing the
Control Module.
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3.
Loosen captive screws. Use a phillips screwdriver to loosen the captive screws on the face of
the module.
4.
Remove the Control Module. Pull the Control Module out of the X-Pedition chassis and
place it on an ESD-safe work area.The Control Module memory resides in slots P7 and P8.
Figure 4 shows the location of the DIMM slots—slot P7 is the slot closest to the backplane.
Memory slots
Slot P7
LE
DU
Slot P8
O
L M
RO
NT
CO
SS
6
-25
M4
C
R-
t
gm
0M
/10
10
ole
ns
Co
Figure 31. Install the DIMM in an X-Pedition memory slot
5.
Insert the SSR-MEM-128 into an empty memory slot. Gently press the memory card in
place and ensure that the card is completely seated in the slot.
Note:
Slot P7 must contain the larger of the two DIMMs. If slot P7 already contains a 64MB
DIMM, remove the 64MB DIMM and install the 128MB DIMM in slot P7. You may then
install the 64MB DIMM in slot P8 for a total of 192MB installed on the Control Module.
If a 128MB DIMM already resides in slot P7, you need not remove it. Install the new
128MB DIMM in slot P8.
6.
Align the backsheet of the Control Module between the card guides as shown in Figure 32.
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Note:
Make sure that the circuit card is between the card guides. Check both tracks.
Card Guides
Circuit Card
SSR-CM2-64
Console
CONTROL MODULE
10/100 Mgmt
Metal Plate
SSR-8
Figure 32. Insert card between card guides
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7.
Slide the upgraded Control Module back into the chassis. Return the Control Module to the
chassis, firmly but gently pressing the line module fully in place to ensure that the pins on the
back of the line card are completely seated in the backplane.
8.
Tighten captive screws. Align the captive screws with the holes in the face of the module and
tighten the screws to secure the module to the chassis.
9.
Power on the X-Pedition chassis. Move the power switch located on the power supply to the
“On” position. As the X-Pedition boots, messages on the console will appear, reflecting the
memory upgrade on the Control Module.
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Installing the Switching Fabric Module (X-Pedition 8600 only)
On the X-Pedition 8600, the switching fabric module is shipped separately from the X-Pedition
chassis. To install or replace the primary switching fabric module, or if you want to install a
redundant switching fabric module, use the following procedure. You will need a #2 Phillips
screwdriver to perform this procedure.
The primary switching fabric module must be installed in slot Fabric 1. The redundant switching
fabric module must be installed in slot Fabric 2. Figure 33 shows an example of how to install a
switching fabric module. The procedure following the figure describes how to do this.
SSR-GLX29-02-AA
1000BASE-LX
1
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
SSR-HFX21-08-AA
1000BASE-SX
1
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
SSR-GLX29-02-AA
2
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
8
1
10/100BASE-TX
4
7
8
1
2
5
6
2
1
100BASE-FX
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
8
3
2
2
SSR-HFX21-08-AA
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
7
1
2
5
1000BASE-LX
1
6
2
1
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
2
PS2
8
10/100BASE-TX
SSR-CM2-64
PS1
Switching
Fabric
1000BASE-SX
SSR-GSX11-02
2
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
14
15
12
13
10
11
8
9
Fabric 2
Fabric 1
6
7
4
5
2
3
CM
CM/1
100BASE-FX
Switching Fabric
SSR-SF-16
SSR-GLX19-02
1
8
8
SSR-SF-16
1
8
8
CONTROL MODULE
PWR
2
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
10/100BASE-TX
3
4
5
6
7
3
4
5
6
7
SSR-HTX22-08-AA
1
2
8
10/100BASE-TX
SSR-CM2-64
8
CONTROL MODULE
PWR
SSR-PS-16
SSR-PS-16
SN
SN
TO REMOVE POWER TO
UNIT DISCONNECT ALL
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
TO REMOVE POWER TO
UNIT DISCONNECT ALL
POWER SUPPLY CORDS
100-125V~ 10A
200-240V~ 6A
50/60 Hz
100-125V~ 10A
200-240V~ 6A
50/60 Hz
SSR-16
Figure 33. Installing a switching fabric module on the X-Pedition 8600
To Install a Switching Fabric Module
1.
If a coverplate is installed over the switching fabric module slot (slot Fabric 1 or Fabric 2), use
the #2 Phillips screwdriver to remove the coverplate.
2.
Slide the switching fabric module all the way into the slot, firmly but gently pressing to ensure
that the pins on the back of the module are completely seated in the backplane.
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Note:
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Make sure the circuit card (and not the metal plate) is between the card guides, as shown
in Figure 30 on page 65. Check both the upper and lower tracks.
3.
Lock down the left and right metal tabs to secure the switching fabric module to the chassis.
4.
Use the #2 Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screws on each side of the switching
fabric to secure the switching fabric to the chassis.
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Installing Line Cards
ELECTRICAL HAZARD: Only qualified personnel should perform installation procedures.
You can install line modules in slots 1 to 7 on the X-Pedition 8000 (slot 0 allows a control module
only) or 1 to 15 on the X-Pedition 8600 (again, slot 0 allows a control module only). If you plan to
install a redundant control module, you may install line cards in slots 2–7 on the X-Pedition 8000
and 2–15 on the X-Pedition 8600. Before you begin, please review Table 19 for system firmware
requirements, restrictions, and special instructions that apply to the line card you are installing.
Table 19. Line card installation notes
Minimum
Firmware
SSR-ARE
SSR-ATM29-02
Restrictions
Special Instructions
Note: The SSR-ARE is designed for the
X-Pedition 8000/8600 only—do not try to
install these modules in any other units. Do
not install the SSR-ARE in slot 0 or 1 on the
X-Pedition 8000 or slot 0, 1, or 15 on the
X-Pedition 8600.
3.0.0.0
CLI Setup
Enter the following commands at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
1.
2.
Enable —> Configuration —> <Enter>.
Once you reach the configuration prompt, you
can create the ATM interface using CLI
commands as described in the ATM section of
the X-Pedition CLI manual. Enter the ?
character to view the options available to you in
configuration mode.
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Proper Boot sequence
•
The control module on the chassis should indicate
that the SSR-ATM29-02 was detected and is
operating correctly.
Common Errors
•
Make sure the chassis is connected to a terminal
through a console port.
Helpful CLI Commands for Debugging
•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
System show bootlog
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Table 19. Line card installation notes (Continued)
SSR-CM2B-64
SSR-CM3-128
SSR-CM4-256
Minimum
Firmware
Restrictions
Special Instructions
E8.2.0.0
WARNING: The SSR-CM4-256 is designed for
slots 0 and 1 only, and is easily damaged by
electrostatic discharge.
Proper Boot Sequence
CAUTION: You cannot hot swap the Primary CM;
however, you may hot swap a Secondary CM by
pressing the hot swap button.
Note: You cannot use a CM4 with CM3 or CM2
command modules. Older modules will not
recognize the CM4.
•
The HBT, ERR, and DIAG LEDs light momentarily.
•
The screen displays the boot software version, cache,
and processor information.
•
The CM boots an image if available or stops at a
prompt for configuration.
Common Errors
•
The firmware image was loaded but no traffic is being
passed. This occurs when your network reboots and
cannot find your network settings in the configuration
file.
•
Screen connected to console port displays random
text. Change terminal to 9600 baud/8 bits/Xon
Xoff/full duplex.
Default Module Settings
The CM4 comes with the baud rate on RS232
console port set to 9600.
Preparing the Module
•
SSR-FDDI-02
3.2.0.0
You must install the PCMCIA card before you
install the command module. You cannot add or
remove a PCMCIA card while the unit is powered
on.
Helpful CLI Commands for Debugging
•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
System show bootlog
Preparing the Module
Proper Boot Sequence
•
Before installing the module, you must install at
least one of the following FPHYs (purchased
separately): FPHY-01, FPHY-02, or FPHY-09.
See Installing FPHYs on page 79.
•
Firmware loads.
•
The LEDs on Port 1 light in the following order: A, B,
P, S, Rx, and Tx. After the Tx LED lights, all LEDs
turn off and the online LED turns green.
Because FDDI full duplex is not an industry
standard, its implementation is based on the
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) standard.
FDDI full duplex will interoperate with all DEC
products and most Enterasys Networks FDDI
products.
•
Diagnostic messages display for each line card.
•
Status lights on line cards go online.
•
Link lights activate for connected lines.
•
Common Errors
•
The X-Pedition is not powered up.
•
Ensure that the device attached to the module is
powered up and operating correctly.
•
The module is not properly seated in the slot.
•
Connectors on both ends of the cable are not properly
engaged. Fiber cable attached to an SC-type port did
not click into place or is not properly seated.
•
If you are using fiber optic cable with an ST-type
connector in conjunction with an SC-ST port
converter, try switching the TX and RX connectors.
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•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
System show bootlog
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Table 19. Line card installation notes (Continued)
SSR-GLX39-04
SSR-GSX31-04
Minimum
Firmware
Restrictions
Special Instructions
8.3.0.0
Note: If your system uses a redundant power
configuration or only one power supply, you
will not be able to support more than 5 SSRGLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 cards in the
X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the
X-Pedition 8600.
When connecting a 1000BASE-SX/LX module to a
device that does not support auto-negotiation, ensure that
Auto-Negotiation is disabled and that both devices are set
to the same data transmission speed and duplex mode.
Note: You may install the SSR-GLX39-04 or
SSR-GSX31-04 in any line card slot except
the CM slot which supports a control module
only.
•
Offline LED turns on and remains on until card is
online.
•
Port LEDs turn on momentarily and the CLI indicates
that the system discovered the line card in proper slot.
•
CLI indicates all ports are initialized and offline LED
turns off.
•
Online LED lights.
•
Link LED is active for connected lines.
Preparing the Module
•
When connecting a 1000Base-SX/LX module to
a device that does not support auto-negotiation,
ensure that auto-negotiation is disabled and that
both devices are set to the same data transmission
speed and duplex mode.
Default Module Settings
The default mode for each port on the X-Pedition8000 and X-Pedition-8600 is:
Proper Boot Sequence
Common Errors
•
The line card is not inserted properly or seated
completely in the chassis
•
Connectors for the connected lines are not seated
properly.
•
Attached device is not configured to match
configuration mode of module (i.e., auto-negotiation,
speed, duplex).
Full duplex/ 1000 mbs/ autonegotiation on
To view the current mode for a particular port, enter
the following (where x is the chassis slot that
contains the line card and y is a specific port number
on the card):
xp# port show port status gi.x.y
Helpful CLI Commands for Debugging
•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
Port show port status gi.x.y (where x is the chassis
slot that contains the line card and y is a specific port
number on the card).
•
System show bootlog
CLI Setup
Enter the following commands at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
1.
2.
Type the following from Enable mode to enter
Configuration mode
Enable -> Configure #
You may now begin configuring ports on the
SSR-GLX39-04 or SSR-GSX31-04. Refer to the
Enterasys X-Pedition Command Line Interface
Reference Manual for details.
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Table 19. Line card installation notes (Continued)
SSR-GTX32-04
SSR-GTX32-02
Minimum
Firmware
Restrictions
Special Instructions
9.0.0.0
Note: The SSR-GTX32-02 line card does not
support 10/100 Mbps traffic.
Proper Boot Sequence
•
Offline LED lights at power-up.
Default Module Settings
•
Port LEDs flicker briefly during system boot while
ports initialize.
The default mode for each port on the
X-Pedition 8000/8600X-Pedition is:
•
Online LED turns on once module is active.
Common Errors
Full duplex/ 1000 mbs/ autonegotiation on
To view the current mode for a particular port, enter
the following (where x is the chassis slot that
contains the line card and y is a specific port number
on the card):
xp# port show port status gi.x.y
Enter the following commands at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
SSR-HSSI-02-CK
8.3.0.0
Connectors on both ends of the cable are not properly
engaged. The copper cable did not click into place or
is not properly seated.
•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
System show bootlog
Proper Boot Sequence
Enter the following command at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
2.
The module is not properly seated in the slot.
•
Enable —> Configure —> <Enter>.
Once you reach the configuration prompt, you
can configure the module using CLI commands
as described in the X-Pedition CLI manual.
Enter the ? character to view the options
available to you in configuration mode.
CLI Setup
1.
The X-Pedition is not powered up.
•
Helpful CLI Commands for Debugging
CLI Setup
1.
2.
•
Type the following from Enable mode to enter
Configuration mode
Enable -> Configure #
You may now begin configuring ports on the
SSR-HSSI-02-CK. Refer to the Enterasys
X-Pedition Command Line Interface Reference
Manual for details.
•
Firmware loads.
•
The control module for the chassis should indicate
that the SSR-HSSI-02-CK was detected and is
operating correctly.
•
The Online LED will turn on and remain lit (no other
LEDs should illuminate during module power-up).
Common Errors
•
The SSR-HSSI-02-CK is not inserted properly or
seated completely in the chassis
•
Connectors for the connected lines are not seated
properly.
•
The CM does not connect to a terminal through a
console port.
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•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
Port show port status gi.x.y (where x is the chassis
slot that contains the line card and y is a specific port
number on the card).
•
System show boot log
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Table 19. Line card installation notes (Continued)
SSR-POS29-04
SSR-POS21-04
SSR-POS39-02
SSR-POS31-02
Minimum
Firmware
Restrictions
Special Instructions
9.0.0.2
Note: If your system uses a redundant power
configuration or only one power supply, you
will not be able to support more than 5 cards
in the X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the
X-Pedition 8600.
Proper Boot Sequence
9.0.0.2
•
Offline LED lights at power-up.
•
Port LEDs flicker briefly during system boot while
ports initialize.
CLI Setup
•
Online LED turns on once module is active.
Enter the following commands at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
Common Errors
•
The X-Pedition is not powered up.
1.
2.
•
The module is not properly seated in the slot.
•
Connectors on both ends of the cable are not properly
engaged. The copper cable did not click into place or
is not properly seated.
Enable —> Configure —> <Enter>.
Once you reach the configuration prompt, you
can configure the SSR-POS21-04 or
SSR-POS29-04 using CLI commands as
described in the X-Pedition CLI manual. Enter
the ? character to view the options available to
you in configuration mode.
Helpful CLI Commands for Debugging
•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
System show bootlog
Note: If your system uses a redundant power
configuration or only one power supply, you
will not be able to support more than 5 cards
in the X-Pedition 8000 and 10 in the
X-Pedition 8600.
Proper Boot Sequence
•
Offline LED lights at power-up.
•
Port LEDs flicker briefly during system boot while
ports initialize.
CLI Setup
•
Online LED turns on once module is active.
Enter the following commands at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
Common Errors
•
The X-Pedition is not powered up.
1.
2.
•
The module is not properly seated in the slot.
•
Connectors on both ends of the cable are not properly
engaged. The copper cable did not click into place or
is not properly seated.
Enable —> Configure —> <Enter>.
Once you reach the configuration prompt, you
can configure the SSR-POS39-02 or
SSR-POS31-02 using CLI commands as
described in the X-Pedition CLI manual. Enter
the ? character to view the options available to
you in configuration mode.
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•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
System show bootlog
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Table 19. Line card installation notes (Continued)
SSR-SERC-04-AA
Minimum
Firmware
Restrictions
Special Instructions
E8.3.0.0
CLI Setup
Proper Boot Sequence
Enter the following command at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
•
Firmware loads.
•
The control module for the chassis should indicate
that the SSR-SERC-04-AA was detected and is
operating correctly.
•
The Online LED will turn on and remain lit (no other
LEDs should illuminate during module power-up).
1.
2.
Type the following from Enable mode to enter
Configuration mode
Enable -> Configure #
You may now begin configuring ports on the
SSR-SERC-04-AA. Refer to the Enterasys
X-Pedition Command Line Interface Reference
Manual for details.
Common Errors
•
The ER16-SERC-04-AA is not inserted properly or
seated completely in the chassis
•
Connectors for the connected lines are not seated
properly.
Helpful CLI Commands for Debugging
SSR-SERCE-04-AA
E8.3.0.0
•
System show hardware
•
System show version
•
Port show port status se.x.y (where x is the chassis
slot that contains the line card and y is a specific port
number on the card).
•
System show bootlog
CLI Setup
Proper Boot Sequence
Enter the following command at the CLI before
implementing any configurations.
•
Firmware loads.
•
The control module for the chassis should indicate
that the SSR-SERCE-04-A was detected and is
operating correctly.
•
The Online LED will turn on and remain lit (no other
LEDs should illuminate during module power-up).
1.
2.
Type the following from Enable mode to enter
Configuration mode
Enable -> Configure #
You may now begin configuring ports on the
SSR-SERCE-04-A. Refer to the Enterasys
X-Pedition Command Line Interface Reference
Manual for details.
Common Errors
•
The ER16-SERCE-04-A is not inserted properly or
seated completely in the chassis
•
Connectors for the connected lines are not seated
properly.
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System show hardware
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System show version
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Port show port status se.x.y (where x is the chassis
slot that contains the line card and y is a specific port
number on the card).
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System show bootlog
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Handling the Module
Caution: Line cards are easily damaged by electrostatic discharge.
To prevent electrostatic damage, observe the following guidelines:
•
Do not remove the module from its packaging until you are ready to install it.
•
Do not touch any of the module’s pins, connectors or components.
•
Hold the module only by its edges or front panel.
•
Wear an anti-static wristband connected to a suitable earth ground whenever handling the
module.
•
Store or transport this module only in appropriate anti-static packaging.
Tools
Typical installations require the following tools:
Anti-static wristband
Phillips screwdriver
Flathead screwdriver
Hot Swap
You may install most modules into a live system without powering off the device. However, do not
remove an active module from a live system except under the following conditions:
•
Press the Hot Swap button on the front panel. The Online LED will turn off and the Offline
LED will turn on.
OR...
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Enter the following from the CLI and click enter: Enable -> System -> Hotswap -> Out -> Slot
-> #. The Online LED will turn off and the Offline LED will turn on.
•
Remove the module.
For more information on hot swapping, see Hot Swapping Line Cards and Control Modules in the
Enterasys X-Pedition User Reference Manual.
Warning: Do not insert tools or body parts in the chassis while it is powered on. Doing so may
cause electrical shock or equipment damage.
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Instructions
Caution: You may install the line card in the chassis with the chassis powered up. However, before
removing an existing line card, Hot Swap the line card as described under Hot Swap on page 77.
1.
If a coverplate is installed in the line module slot, remove the coverplate: loosen the captive
screws on each side of the coverplate and pull out the plate.
2.
Align the backsheet of the line card between the card guides as shown in Figure 34.
Note:
Make sure that the circuit card is between the card guides. Check both tracks.
Card Guides
Circuit Card
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Figure 34. Installing a line card
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3.
Slide the line card all the way into the slot, firmly but gently pressing the line card fully in
place to ensure that the pins on the back of the line card are completely seated in the backplane.
4.
Tighten captive screws. Align the captive screws with the holes in the face of the module and
tighten the screws to secure the card to the chassis.
5.
Repeat the above steps for additional cards.
6.
Attach the segment cables when you are ready.
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Installing FPHYs
The FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface) line card has modular PHYs supporting multimode
fiber (MMF), single mode fiber (SMF), and unshielded twisted pair (UTP). Installing the FDDI
module is a two-part process: first, install the PHY cards into the line card; then, install the line card
in the SSR.
Preparing the Module
•
Before installing the module, you must install at least one of the following FPHYs (purchased
separately): FPHY-01, FPHY-02, or FPHY-09.
•
Because FDDI full duplex is not an industry standard, its implementation is based on the Digital
Equipment Corporation (DEC) standard. FDDI full duplex will interoperate with all DEC
products and most Enterasys Networks FDDI products.
Installing the FDDI PHY Cards
Each FDDI line card has two slots available for PHY cards. One FDDI PHY card can be installed
into each available slot. The following procedure describes how to do this. To install a PHY card
into an FDDI line card:
1.
Remove the blank coverplates on the front of the line card, if present.
2.
Remove the two screws from the standoffs on both sides of the PHY connector on the line card.
3.
Hold the PHY card by the edges and position it above the line card.
4.
Slide the transceivers into the slot openings.
5.
Connect the stacking connector at the back of the PHY to the pins on the line card.
6.
Push the PHY card down until the connector is firmly seated on the line card.
7.
Tighten the two screws on the top rear of the PHY and the two screws on the faceplate that will
hold the PHY card in place.
8.
You are now ready to install the SSR-FDDI-02 line card. Please refer to Installing Line Cards
on page 71.
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Installing the ATM PHY Cards
Each ATM line card has two slots available for PHY cards. One ATM PHY card can be installed
into each available slot. You will need a #2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.
Figure 35 shows an example of how to install a PHY card. The procedure following the figure
describes how to do this.
Seat screws into
mounting holes,
then press PHY card
to fully engage connector
ATM Board
Guide Rails
Phy Card
Figure 35. Installing an ATM PHY card
To install a PHY card into an ATM line card:
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1.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the two captive screws that hold the option slot cover in
place.
2.
Save the option slot cover.
3.
Hold the PHY card by the edges and position it so that it is parallel with the slot opening.
4.
Insert the PHY card through the opening in the system unit by aligning the sides of the PHY
card with the card guide.
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5.
Push the PHY card into the slot until the 96-pin connector is firmly seated on the motherboard.
6.
Fasten the PHY card to the system unit with the two captive screws. Torque to 5 in-lb (0.56
N-m).
Connecting ATM PHY Cards
The following are instructions on how to attach cables to the various PHY interface cards.
APHY-67 and APHY-77
To attach the segment cables to your APHY-67 and APHY-77 card:
1.
Align the transmit cable connector with the transmit port and the receive cable connector with
the receive port.
2.
Push one connector into the PHY port and rotate clockwise 1/4 turn to lock it in place.
3.
Repeat step 2 for the second cable.
APHY-82V
To attach the segment cables to your APHY-82V card:
1.
Align the key of the modular jack (MJ) plug with the locking key of the MJ receptacle.
2.
Push the MJ plug into the receptacle until the plug mates fully with the locking key. You will
hear a snapping sound when the locking key engages.
Note:
The APHY-82V is not a T1 interface. It merely allows you to connect to a T1 CSU—the
T1 CSU will allow you to connect to a T1 circuit.
APHY-92V
To attach the segment cables to your APHY-92V card:
1.
Align the key of the modular jack (MJ) plug with the locking key of the MJ receptacle.
2.
Push the MJ plug into the receptacle until the plug mates fully with the locking key. You will
hear a snapping sound when the locking key engages.
Note:
The APHY-92V is not an E1 interface. It merely allows you to connect to an E1 CSU—the
E1 CSU will allow you to connect to an E1 circuit.
APHY-21 and APHY-29IR
To attach the segment cables to your APHY-21 and APHY-29IR card:
1.
Remove the dust caps from the PHY port and cable.
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2.
Line up the transmit cable connector with the transmit port and the receive cable connector
with the receive port. Insert the connectors, ensuring that the key is correctly positioned.
APHY-22
To attach the segment cables to your APHY-22 card:
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1.
Align the key of the modular jack (MJ) plug with the locking key of the MJ receptacle.
2.
Push the MJ plug into the receptacle until the plug mates fully with the locking key. You will
hear a snapping sound when the locking key engages.
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Chapter 3
Software Installation
and Setup
This chapter provides the following software installation and basic setup procedures:
•
Installing the PCMCIA flash card (if you are upgrading from the software version on the
X-Pedition’s boot flash)
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Powering on and booting the software
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Starting the Command Line Interface (CLI)
•
Setting basic system information
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Setting up SNMP community strings
•
Setting up passwords
•
Setting the DNS domain name and address
•
Setting SYSLOG parameters
•
Loading system image software
•
Loading the Boot Firmware
•
Activating configuration changes and saving the configuration file
Note:
The command examples used in the following instructions are for informational purposes
only. Please consult the Enterasys X-Pedition User Reference Manual for more detailed
information.
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Installing a PCMCIA Flash Card
Installing a PCMCIA Flash Card
The control module PCMCIA flash card contains a version of the system image software that is
installed at the factory. If you have a more recent system image and want to boot the X-Pedition
using the newer software, you must boot either from a PCMCIA card or from a TFTP server.
To install a PCMCIA card:
1.
Power off the X-Pedition.
Cautions: Do NOT install or remove a PCMCIA card while the X-Pedition is running.
2.
Insert the PCMCIA card into the upper slot on the control module, pressing firmly to ensure
that the card is fully seated.
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Only the upper slot is active. The control module cannot use two PCMCIA flash cards at
the same time.
3.
Lock the PCMCIA card into the slot with the locking mechanism.
4.
Power on the X-Pedition. (See Powering On and Booting the Software on page 86.)
5.
Once the X-Pedition is powered on and starts to boot up, any of the following scenarios may
occur:
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The X-Pedition will boot up and the following messages will appear, indicating that the
PCMCIA flash card was installed successfully:
%SYS-I-FLASHCRD, Mounting 32MB Flash card
%SYS-I-FLASHMNTD, 32MB Flash card mounted
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The X-Pedition will start to boot up but stop after a few seconds, leaving the router in boot
mode. If the X-Pedition displays the “external flash card absent” message, the PCMCIA
flash card was not found and an image was not loaded. If this occurs, power off the
X-Pedition and verify that the PCMCIA flash card is properly installed (refer to steps 2 and
3). Power on the router—if the problem persists, contact Enterasys Technical Support (see
Technical Support on page 125).
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The X-Pedition will start to boot up but stop after a few seconds, leaving the router in boot
mode. If the X-Pedition does not display the “external flash card absent” message, the
router did not find an image to load from the PCMCIA Flash Card. Please contact Enterasys
Technical Support for assistance (see Technical Support on page 125).
Note:
If you boot from a TFTP server and the system does not detect a PCMCIA card, the
“external flash card absent” message will appear. As the system firmware boots, the
%SYS-E-NOFLASHCARD message will also appear, indicating that the PCMCIA card is
not present or is not installed correctly. If this occurs, power off the X-Pedition and verify
that the PCMCIA flash card is properly installed (refer to steps 2 and 3). Power on the
router—if the problem persists, contact Enterasys Technical Support (see Technical
Support on page 125).
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Powering On and Booting the Software
Powering On and Booting the Software
To power on the X-Pedition and boot the software:
1.
Make sure any exposed expansion slots are free of foreign objects, such as tools or your hands,
and are covered with coverplates.
2.
Plug the X-Pedition’s power supplies into a power source. Assuming that your power source is
currently active, the router will automatically power on and attempt to boot using the software
image in the motherboard’s boot flash.
While the software is booting, the HBT (heartbeat) LED on the chassis flashes. When the
software finishes booting, the HBT LED goes dark and the OK LED lights up, indicating that
the X-Pedition software is online. As the software boots, the management console attached to
the X-Pedition’s DB-9 DCE port displays messages related to the phases of the boot sequence.
When the software is fully booted, the following message appears on the management console:
Press RETURN to activate console...
3.
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Press Return (or Enter) to activate the CLI on the console.
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Starting the Command Line Interface
After the software has successfully booted and you press Return (or Enter) to activate the CLI, the
CLI prompts you for a password. You can define separate passwords for login access and Enable
mode. The factory default password for both of these is set to blank (simply press Return).
Access Modes
The CLI has the following access modes:
•
User – Allows you to display basic information and use basic utilities such as ping but does not
allow you to display SNMP, filter and access control list information, or make other
configuration changes. You can tell you are in User mode when the command prompt ends with
a “>” character.
•
Enable – Allows you to display SNMP, filter, and access control information as well as all the
information you can display in User mode. To enter Enable mode, enter the enable command,
then supply the password when prompted. When you are in Enable mode, the command prompt
ends with a “#” character.
•
Configure – Allows you to make configuration changes. To enter Configure mode, first enter
Enable mode (enable command), then enter the configure command from the Enable command
prompt. When you are in Configure mode, the command prompt ends with “(config)#.”
•
Boot – This mode appears when the system image is not found during bootup. You should enter
the reboot command to reset the router. If the X-Pedition still fails to boot up, please call
Enterasys Technical Support (see Technical Support on page 125).
Note:
The command prompt will show the name of the X-Pedition in front of the mode
character(s). The default name is “xp.” The procedure in Setting Basic System
Information on page 89 describes how to change the system name.
When you are in Configure or Enable mode, use the exit command or press Ctrl+Z to exit to the
previous access mode.
Note:
When you exit Configure mode, the CLI will ask you whether you want to activate the
configuration commands you have issued. If you enter yes or y, the configuration
commands you issued are placed into effect and the X-Pedition’s configuration is changed
accordingly. However, the changes are not written to the Startup configuration file in the
X-Pedition’s boot flash and therefore are not reinstated after a reboot. See Activating
Configuration Changes and Saving the Configuration File on page 98 for information
about saving configuration changes.
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Starting the Command Line Interface
Basic Line Editing Commands
The CLI supports EMACs-like line editing commands. The following table lists some commonly
used commands. For a complete set of commands, see the Enterasys X-Pedition User Reference
Manual.
Table 20. Some commonly used CLI commands
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Key sequence
Command
Ctrl+A
Move cursor to beginning of line
Ctrl+B
Move cursor back one character
Ctrl+D
Delete character
Ctrl+E
Move cursor to end of line
Ctrl+F
Move cursor forward one character
Ctrl+N
Scroll to next command in command history (use the cli show history
command to display the history)
Ctrl+P
Scroll to previous command in command history
Ctrl+U
Erase command line up to cursor
Ctrl+X
Move cursor to beginning of the next word in the command line
Ctrl+Z
Exit current access mode to previous access mode
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Setting Basic System Information
Setting Basic System Information
Use the procedure in this section to set the following system information:
•
System time and date
•
System name
•
System location
•
Contact name (the person to contact regarding this router)
Note:
Some of the commands in this procedure accept a string value. String values can be up to a
maximum of 255 characters in length, including blank spaces. Surround strings that
contain blanks with quotation marks (example: “string with internal blanks”).
To set the system information:
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Use the system set date commands to set the system time and date. To verify the date and
time, use the system show date command.
3.
From Configure mode, enter the system set command to set the system name, location, and
contact information. To enter Configure mode, enter the configure command in the CLI.
4.
To set the IP address and netmask for the en0 Ethernet interface, use the interface add ip
command. The en0 interface is automatically created by the system and is reserved for the
X-Pedition’s management port.
5.
When you enter commands in Configure mode, the X-Pedition does not immediately execute
the commands. Instead, the X-Pedition checks the syntax of the commands and, if they are
syntactically correct, stores them in a temporary scratchpad in memory. The scratchpad is
automatically cleared when you log out of the X-Pedition, so you must activate the changes
and then save them to the Startup configuration file to retain the changes, as explained below.
The scratchpad allows you to make configuration changes without worrying about the order in
which you issue the commands. If you change your mind about configuration changes, you do
not need to back out of the changes incrementally. You can simply choose not to activate them.
As you become more familiar with the X-Pedition and the CLI and begin to make detailed
configuration changes, you will find the scratchpad quite useful. For simple changes such as
those outlined in this procedure, you might want to activate the changes as you go, then use CLI
commands to view the results of the changes.
To show the changes accumulated in the scratchpad, enter the show command from Configure
mode.
6.
To activate commands in the scratchpad, enter the save active command. Enter the exit
command or press Ctrl+Z to exit Configure mode. Alternatively, if you exit Configure mode
by entering the exit command or pressing Ctrl+Z before activating any of your changes in the
scratchpad, the CLI will ask you whether or not you want to make the changes active. To
activate changes, enter yes or y.
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7.
To display the active configuration, enter the system show active-config command. Changes
in the active configuration take effect on the running system but will not be restored following
a reboot.
8.
To guarantee that changes are restored following a reboot, you must save the active database to
the Startup configuration file:
a.
Ensure that you are in Enable mode by entering the enable command in the CLI.
b.
Enter the copy active to startup command. The CLI displays the following message:
Are you sure you want to overwrite the Startup configuration [no]?
c.
Note:
Enter yes or y to add the active configuration to the Startup configuration file.
You also can save active changes to the Startup configuration file from within Configure
mode by entering the save startup command.
See Activating Configuration Changes and Saving the Configuration File on page 98 for more
information about the scratchpad, active database, and Startup configuration.
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Setting Up SNMP Community Strings
Setting Up SNMP Community Strings
When you use SNMP to manage the X-Pedition, you will need to set up an SNMP community.
Otherwise, the X-Pedition’s SNMP agent runs in local trap process mode until you disable it using
the snmp stop command. In addition, if you want to be able to access the SNMP traps issued by the
X-Pedition’s SNMP agent, you need to specify the IP address of the target for the SNMP traps.
To add the SNMP community string and specify the target for traps, do the following:
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Enter the configure command in the CLI to enter Configure mode.
3.
Use the snmp set community and snmp set target commands to add an SNMP community
string and set a target for the traps.
Note:
Because the X-Pedition is not yet running a routing protocol, the target IP address must be
attached to the router locally. You may not specify a target that is connected to the
X-Pedition by another router. If the IP address is more than one hop away from the
X-Pedition, configure the router with a static route to the target to allow the X-Pedition to
send SNMP traps.
4.
Enter the show command to examine the changes accumulated in the scratchpad.
5.
To activate commands in the scratchpad, enter the save active command. Enter the exit
command or press Ctrl+Z to exit Configure mode. Alternatively, if you exit Configure mode
by entering the exit command or pressing Ctrl+Z before activating any of your changes in the
scratchpad, the CLI will ask you whether or not you want to make the changes active. To
activate changes, enter yes or y.
6.
To verify the changes, enter the snmp show all command.
7.
After verifying the SNMP configuration, save the changes to the Startup configuration file by
entering the copy active to startup command.
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Setting Up Passwords
Setting Up Passwords
By default, the X-Pedition operates in single-user mode with password access enabled and no
passwords defined. To define a password for Login, Enable, or Configure mode, use the system set
password command from Configure mode. The following example sets an Enable mode password:
xp(config)# system set password enable MyPassword
Note:
Passwords are case sensitive. In other words, the X-Pedition recognizes upper- and lowercase letters as different characters (e.g., “M” is not the same as “m”).
Note:
You must set the password for each mode individually (i.e., you may use a different
password for each mode). If a password is configured for Enable mode, the X-Pedition
asks for the password when you enter the enable command. If no password is defined, the
X-Pedition will advise you to configure a password, then switch to Enable mode—from
here you can access Configure mode and make configuration changes. Access to
Configuration mode may be configured to require a password.
Multi-user mode password security employs individual user accounts to grant CLI permissions on a
case-by-case basis—this requires that each user log in via username and password. The X-Pedition
supports up to 256 concurrent user accounts (although you may still employ either protocol, multiuser accounting no longer requires TACACS+ or RADIUS).
The default password for each access level is blank. (Simply press Enter or Return without entering
a password.) If you want to add password protection to the CLI, use the following procedure. For
detailed information on passwords and configuring a password policy, consult the Enterasys
X-Pedition User Reference Manual.
1.
Ensure that you are in Enable mode by entering the enable command in the CLI.
2.
Ensure that you are in Configure mode by entering the configure command in the CLI.
3.
Use the system set password command for each password you want to set.
4.
Enter the show command to examine the changes accumulated in the scratchpad.
5.
To activate commands in the scratchpad, enter the save active command. Enter the exit
command or press Ctrl+Z to exit Configure mode. Alternatively, if you exit Configure mode
by entering the exit command or pressing Ctrl+Z before activating any of your changes in the
scratchpad, the CLI will ask you whether or not you want to make the changes active. To
activate changes, enter yes or y.
6.
Enter the system show active-config command to verify the active changes.
Caution: Test all the new passwords before saving the active configuration to the Startup
configuration file. As shown in the example above, the passwords are shown in the active
configuration in an encrypted format and will also appear this way in the Startup configuration.
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Setting Up Passwords
To keep your passwords secure, the X-Pedition does not have a command for displaying passwords.
If you forget a password, you can remove the password by entering the following command while
in Configure mode. (See the Enterasys X-Pedition Command Line Interface Reference Manual for
more information.)
system set password login|enable none
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Setting the DNS Domain Name and Address
Setting the DNS Domain Name and Address
If you want the X-Pedition to be able to access a DNS server, use the following procedure to
specify the domain name and IP address for the DNS server.
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Use the ping command to verify that the X-Pedition can reach the DNS server.
3.
Enter the configure command in the CLI to enter Configure mode.
4.
If you have not done so already, use the interface add ip command to set the IP address and
netmask for the en0 Ethernet interface.
Note:
5.
Use the system set dns domain command to specify the domain name for which the DNS
server(s) have authority.
6.
Use the system set dns server command to “add” one or more DNS servers to the X-Pedition.
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The en0 interface is automatically created by the system and is reserved for the
X-Pedition’s management port.
If you specify more than one IP address, you must separate the addresses with a space and
surround them with a single pair of quotes (i.e., “IP-Address IP-Address IP-Address”).
You do not need to surround a single IP address with quotes.
7.
To activate commands in the scratchpad, enter the save active command. Enter the exit
command or press Ctrl+Z to exit Configure mode. Alternatively, if you exit Configure mode
by entering the exit command or pressing Ctrl+Z before activating any of your changes in the
scratchpad, the CLI will ask you whether or not you want to make the changes active. To
activate changes, enter yes or y.
8.
Return to Enable mode by entering the enable command in the CLI and enter the system show
dns command to verify the new DNS settings.
9.
Use the ping command with a domain name (e.g., enterasys.com) to verify that the X-Pedition
can access the DNS server.
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Setting SYSLOG Parameters
Setting SYSLOG Parameters
The CLI can use SYSLOG messages to communicate the following types of messages to a
SYSLOG server:
•
Fatal – Provide information about events that caused the X-Pedition to crash and reset.
•
Error – Provide information about errors.
•
Warning – Warns against invalid configuration information and other conditions that are not
necessarily errors. This is the default.
•
Audit – Audit messages are used as an audit trail to aid in keeping the router secure by reporting
events as they occur and information about the user who caused each event.
•
Informational – Provide informational messages such as status messages (e.g., the SYSLOG
messages that the X-Pedition displays while booting the software and reading the startup
configuration file).
The X-Pedition writes the SYSLOG messages to a SYSLOG daemon on UDP port 514. You can
set the CLI to send all or only messages of specific types. By default the CLI sends warning, error,
and fatal messages (not informational messages) to the specified SYSLOG server.
To specify the SYSLOG server and the types of messages you want the CLI to log on the server,
use the following procedure:
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Use the ping command to verify that the X-Pedition can reach the SYSLOG server.
3.
Enter the configure command in the CLI to enter Configure mode.
4.
If you have not already done so, use the interface add ip command to set the IP address and
netmask for the en0 Ethernet interface.
Note:
5.
The en0 interface is automatically created by the system and is reserved for the
X-Pedition’s management port.
Use the system set syslog command to “add” the SYSLOG server to the X-Pedition, set the
message level, and set the SYSLOG facility.
system set syslog [server <hostname-or-IPaddr>] [local] [level <level-type>]
[facility <syslog-facility-type>] [source <source-IPaddr>] [buffer-size <size>]
6.
Enter the show command to verify that the command you entered is listed in the scratchpad
section of the output.
Note:
7.
The other configuration changes made during this CLI session are also listed. Active
changes are listed in the “Running system configuration section” and unactivated changes
are listed in the “Non-committed changes in Scratchpad” section.
To activate the SYSLOG commands, enter the save active command.
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Loading System Image Software
Loading System Image Software
The X-Pedition operates using the system image software installed in its internal flash chip. To
upgrade the system software and operate using the upgraded image, use the following procedure:
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
To display the current boot settings, enter the system show version command.
Note:
3.
Copy the software upgrade you want to install onto a TFTP server that the X-Pedition can
access. Use the ping command to verify that the X-Pedition can reach the TFTP server.
4.
Enter the system image add command to copy the software upgrade onto the X-Pedition’s
internal flash chip.
5.
Enter the system image list command to verify that the new image exists on the internal flash
chip.
6.
Use the system image choose command to select the image file the X-Pedition will use the
next time you reboot.
7.
Enter the system image list command to verify the change.
Note:
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In this example, the location “slot0:boot” indicates that the X-Pedition is set to use the
factory-installed system software in the motherboard’s internal flash chip.
You do not need to activate this change.
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Loading Boot Firmware
Loading Boot Firmware
The X-Pedition boots using the Boot Firmware installed in its internal memory. To upgrade the
Boot Firmware and boot using the upgraded image, use the following procedure.
1.
Enter the system show version command to display the current boot settings.
Note:
A “slot0:boot” location indicates that the X-Pedition is set to use the factory-installed
software in the motherboard’s internal flash chip.
2.
Copy the boot firmware upgrade you want to install onto a TFTP server that the X-Pedition can
access. Use the ping command to verify that the X-Pedition can reach the TFTP server.
3.
Use the system promimage upgrade command to copy the boot firmware upgrade into the
X-Pedition’s internal memory. When this procedure is complete, the phrase “Programming
complete” appears on the screen.
4.
To verify that the new Boot Firmware is on the X-Pedition’s internal memory, reboot the router
and enter the system show version command.
Note:
Until you reboot the router, entering the system show version command will display the
old bootprom version.
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Activating Configuration Changes and Saving the Configuration File
Activating Configuration Changes and Saving the
Configuration File
The X-Pedition uses three special configuration files:
•
Active – The commands from the Startup configuration file and any configuration commands
that you have made active from the scratchpad.
Caution: The active configuration remains in effect only during the current power cycle. If you
power down or reboot the X-Pedition without saving the active configuration changes to the Startup
configuration file, the changes will be lost.
•
Startup – The configuration file that the X-Pedition uses to configure itself when you power on
the system.
•
Scratchpad – The configuration commands you entered during a management session. These
commands do not become active until you explicitly activate them. Because some commands
depend on others for successful execution, the X-Pedition scratchpad simplifies system
configuration by allowing you to enter configuration commands in any order, even when
dependencies exist. When you activate the commands in the scratchpad, the X-Pedition sorts out
the dependencies and executes the commands in the proper sequence.
Activating the Configuration Commands in the Scratchpad
The configuration commands you have entered using procedures in this chapter may still be in the
Scratchpad only and may not be active. Use the following procedure to activate the configuration
commands in the scratchpad:
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1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Enter the configure command in the CLI to enter Configure mode.
3.
Enter the save active command.
4.
To activate commands in the scratchpad, enter the save active command. Enter the exit
command or press Ctrl+Z to exit Configure mode. Alternatively, if you exit Configure mode
by entering the exit command or pressing Ctrl+Z before activating any of your changes in the
scratchpad, the CLI will ask you whether or not you want to make the changes active. To
activate changes, enter yes or y.
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Activating Configuration Changes and Saving the Configuration File
Saving the Active Configuration to the Startup Configuration File
After you save the configuration commands in the scratchpad, the X-Pedition executes the
commands and makes the corresponding configuration changes. However, if you power down or
reboot the X-Pedition, the new changes are lost. Use the following procedure to save the changes
into the Startup configuration file so that the X-Pedition reinstates the changes when you reboot the
software.
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Enter the copy active to startup command to copy the configuration changes in the Active
configuration to the Startup configuration.
3.
Enter yes or y to save the changes. The new configuration changes are added to the Startup
configuration file stored in the X-Pedition’s boot flash.
Note:
You also can save active changes to the Startup configuration file from within Configure
mode by entering the save startup command.
Viewing the Current Configuration
To view the current configuration:
1.
Enter the enable command in the CLI to enter Enable mode.
2.
Enter the system show active-config command to display the status of each command line.
The CLI displays the active configuration file with the following possible annotations:
–
Commands without errors are displayed without any annotation.
–
Commands with errors are annotated with an “E”.
–
If a particular command is only partially applied, such that it can be expanded on additional
interfaces/modules, it is annotated with a “P” (i.e., “P:stp enable et.*.*”). For example, if
you enabled stp on all ports in the current system but the X-Pedition contains only 1
module, that particular command could be expanded at a later date when more modules are
added to the X-Pedition.
If you add more modules to the X-Pedition at a later date, then update the configuration file
to encompass all of the available modules in the X-Pedition, the “P:” annotation would
disappear when displaying the configuration file.
If a command originally configured to encompass all of the available modules on the
X-Pedition becomes only partially activated (after a Hot Swap or some such chassis
reconfiguration), the status of that command line will automatically change to indicate a
partial completion status.
Note:
Commands with no annotation or annotated with a “P:” are not in error.
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Appendix A
Troubleshooting
If you experience difficulty with the basic hardware or software setup procedures in this guide,
check the following table. If you find a description of the difficulty you are experiencing, try the
recommended resolution.
If the resolution does not remove the difficulty or it is not listed in this appendix, see Appendix C
for information about contacting Enterasys Networks for technical support.
Problem
Solution
The Enterasys X-Pedition exhibits no
activity (no LEDs are on, the fan module is
not operating, and so on).
Make sure the power supply is installed and
plugged into a power source and the power
source is active. Also check to see whether the
switch on the power supply is in the ON
position.
The power supply is installed but is not
operating.
Check the power cable and the circuit to which
the power supply is connected.
The fan module is not active.
Check the power cable and the circuit to which
the power supply is connected.
If the green status LED on the power supply
indicates that it is active, immediately power
down the chassis, unplug the power supply, and
contact Enterasys Networks for technical
support. The fan module may be improperly
connected or damaged.
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Problem
Solution
The control module is not active.
Check the power cable and the circuit to which
the power supply is connected.
If the power supply is working, make sure the
control module is inserted all the way into its
slot in the chassis and the captive screws are
screwed in. The control module must be in slot 0
or 1—not in a line card slot.
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No line cards are active.
Check the power cable and the circuit to which
the power supply is connected.
A specific line card is inactive.
Make sure the line card is inserted all the way
into the chassis and the captive screws are
screwed in.
The chassis LEDs indicate activity but you
cannot tell what the X-Pedition is doing.
Make sure you have properly connected the
primary control module to a management
console and the console is powered on.
An older software version continues to boot
instead of the newer version on a PCMCIA
card or TFTP server.
Use the procedure in Loading System Image
Software on page 96 to configure the X-Pedition
to boot using newer software.
You are unable to access the configuration
commands in the CLI.
Enter the enable command to access the Enable
mode, then enter the configure command to
access the Configuration mode.
Configuration changes do not seem to be
taking effect.
Use the procedure in Activating the
Configuration Commands in the Scratchpad on
page 98 to activate the changes.
Configuration changes are not reinstated
after a reboot.
Use the procedure in Saving the Active
Configuration to the Startup Configuration File
on page 99 to save the configuration changes to
the Startup configuration file.
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Problem
Solution
The X-Pedition is not resolving DNS
names.
Use the procedure in Setting the DNS Domain
Name and Address on page 94 to set up DNS.
If you have already performed this procedure,
make sure you can use NS lookup on the DNS
server to get the default domain.
An SNMP manager cannot access the
X-Pedition.
Use the procedure in Setting Up SNMP
Community Strings on page 91 to set up an
SNMP community string and specify a target for
SNMP traps.
If you have already performed this procedure,
enter the snmp show all command to check the
SNMP settings.
Use the traceroute and ping commands to
verify that the X-Pedition can reach the SNMP
management station.
You are unable to ping a certain host.
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Create and add an IP or IPX interface for the
host. See the Enterasys X-Pedition User
Reference for information.
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Appendix B
Hardware Components
This appendix contains cabling and LED information about the following hardware components:
•
SSR-ATM29-02 on page 106
•
SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256 on page 107
•
SSR-FDDI-02 on page 109
•
SSR-GLX39-02 on page 110
•
SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04 on page 111
•
SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 on page 112
•
SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA on page 113
•
SSR-GSX31-02 on page 114
•
SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 on page 115
•
SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA on page 116
•
SSR-HSSI-02-CK on page 117
•
SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA on page 119
•
SSR-HTX32-16 on page 121
•
SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04 on page 122
•
SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02 on page 122
•
SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA on page 123
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SSR-ATM29-02
SSR-ATM29-02
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 21. SSR-ATM29-02 Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
PHY Card
Type
Connector
APHY-82V
Cat 3,4,5 100 ohm UTP (special pinout)
RJ-45
APHY-92V
Cat 3,4,5 100 ohm UTP (special pinout)
RJ-45
Connector Pin Assignments X-Pedition-APHY-82V and
X-Pedition APHY-92V
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Pin
Connection
1
Receive analog signal
2
Receive reference
3
Pin used for shield reference if you use a shielded cable and
jumper is enabled
4
Transmit analog positive pulse
5
Transmit analog negative pulse
6
Pin used for shield reference if you use a shielded cable
APHY-22
Cat 3,4,5 100 ohm
RJ-45
APHY-21
Multimode Fiber
SC
APHY-29IR
Single Mode Fiber
SC
APHY-67
Co-ax
BNC
APHY-77
Co-ax
BNC
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SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256
SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 22. Control Module Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
Cable
Type
Max. Length
Connector
10BASE-T
Cat. 3, 4, 5 100-ohm
UTP
100 m (328 ft)
RJ-45
100BASE-TX
Cat. 5 100-ohm UTP
100 m (328 ft)
RJ-45
VART Serial
Connection
Serial Cable
DB9
The control modules have two ports for attaching management consoles to the X-Pedition.
•
A male DB-9 DCE port for direct serial connection from a terminal. You use this port to perform
basic setup, including setting up the X-Pedition for management through the network using CLI
or SNMP.
•
An RJ-45 10/100BASE-T DTE port for Telnet connection from a host on the network. The port
is configured for Media Data Interface (MDI). You use this port to manage the X-Pedition using
CLI or SNMP.
Connector Pin Assignments
The connector pins are assigned as follows:
Table 23. DB9-RS232 Console Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Connection
1
Unused
2
TXD (transmit data)
3
RXD (receive data)
4
Unused
5
Ground
6
DTR (data terminal ready)
7
CTS (clear to send)
8
RTS (request to send)
9
Unused
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SSR-CM2B-64, SSR-CM3-128, and SSR-CM4-256
Table 24. 10/100 Ethernet Management Port Pin Assignments
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Pin
Connection
1
TX + Diff Output
2
TX - Diff Output
3
RX + Diff Output
4
Unused
5
Unused
6
RX - Diff Output
7
Unused
8
Unused
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SSR-FDDI-02
SSR-FDDI-02
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 25. SSR-FDDI-02 Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
Cable
Type
Max. Length
Connector
FDDI Copper
Cat. 3, 4, 5 100-ohm UTP 100 m (328 ft)
RJ-45
Multimode Fiber
62.5/125
2 km (1.24 mi)
SC
Single Mode Fiber
10/125
30 km (18.64 mi)
SC
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Table 26. SSR-FDDI-02 Receiver/Transmitter
Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
MMF
SMF
Minimum
-34 dBm
-33 dBm
Maximum
-31 dBm
-3 dBm
MMF
SMF
Minimum
-20 dBm
-8 dBm
Maximum
-14 dBm
-3 dBm
Table 27. SSR-FDDI-02 Links
Link Power Budget
MMF
11 dB
SMF
>10 dB
Connector Pin Assignments
The connector pins are assigned as follows:
Table 28. RJ-45 Console Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Connection
1
TX +
2
TX -
3
Unused
4
Unused
5
Unused
6
Unused
7
RX +
8
RX -
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SSR-GLX39-02
SSR-GLX39-02
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-GLX39-02 (T-Series) line card.
Table 29. SSR-GLX39-02 Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
1000BASE-LX
•
802.3z standard (also uses 802.3x for flow control)
•
SC-style Media Interface Connector (MIC); either connection pin in the
MIC can be used for transmit or receive; see SSR-GLX39-02 on page 110
for attaching cables
•
62.5 micron or 50 micron multimode fiber-optic cable
•
9.5 micron single mode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 550 meters (1804 feet)1 segment length for 62.5 micron
multimode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 550 meters (1804 feet)1 segment length for 50 micron
multimode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 5 kilometers (16404 feet) segment length for 10 micron single
mode fiber-optic cable
1. Mode Conditioning Patch cord required.
Optics
Table 30. SSR-GLX39-02 (1000BASE-LX) 1300 nm Fiber
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Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
Minimum
-20 dBm
Minimum
- 9 dBm into 9um SMF
-11.5 into 50 um MMF
Maximum
-3 dBm
Maximum
-3 dBm
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SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04
SSR-GLX39-04 and SSR-GSX31-04
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 31. SSR-GLX39-04 (1000BASE-LX) Single Mode Fiber Specifications
Fiber Diameter
Modal Bandwidth
Range
Connector
62.5/125 µm
160 MHz/km
2-220 m (7-722 ft)
SC
200 MHz/km
2-275 m (7-902 ft)
SC
400 MHz/km
2-500 m (7-1641 ft)
SC
500 MHz/km
2-550 m (7-1805 ft)
SC
N/A
2-5000 m (7-16404 ft)
SC
50/125 µm
10/125 µm SMF
Table 32. SSR-GSX31-04 (1000BASE-SX) Multimode Fiber Specifications
Fiber Diameter
Modal Bandwidth
Range
Connector
62.5/125 µm
160 MHz/km
2-220 m (7-722 ft)
SC
200 MHz/km
2-275 m (7-902 ft)
SC
400 MHz/km
2-500 m (7-1641 ft)
SC
500 MHz/km
2-550 m (7-1805 ft)
SC
50/125 µm
Optics
Table 33. SSR-GLX39-04 (1000BASE-LX) Fiber
Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
Minimum
-20 dBm
Minimum
-11.5 dBm
Maximum
-3 dBm
Maximum
-3 dBm
Table 34. SSR-GSX31-04 (1000BASE-SX) 850 nm Fiber
Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
Minimum
-17 dBm
Minimum
-9.5 dBm
Maximum
0 dBm
Maximum
-4 dBm
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SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02
SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02
(T-Series) line cards.
Table 35. SSR-GLX70-01-AA and SSR-GLH39-02 Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
1000BASE-LX
•
802.3z standard (also uses 802.3x for flow control)
•
SC-style Media Interface Connector (MIC); either connection pin in the
MIC can be used for transmit or receive; see SSR-GLX39-02 on page 110
for attaching cables
•
9.5 micron single mode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 70 kilometers (229,659 feet) segment length for 10 micron
SMF fiber-optic cable
•
Minimum cable length is 50 kilometers (164,041 feet) segment length for
10 micron SMF fiber-optic cable
Note:
If you do not use the minimum cable length the receiver will
oversaturate. The minimum distance depends on the attenuation of
the specific cable used. Enterasys recommends using at least 50Km
of cable or calculating the cable attenuation to be greater than 3dB.
The maximum transmitter output is +5dBm and the maximum
allowed input power is -3dBm. In this worst case scenario, you
would need to attenuate the signal at least 8dB.
Optics
Table 36. SSR-GLH39-02 (1000BASE-LH) 1550 nm Fiber
Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
Minimum
-24 dBm
Minimum
0.0 dBm
Maximum
-3 dBm
Maximum
5.0 dBm
Note:
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The maximum power for this unit (24 dB) is greater than the maximum input power;
therefore, a long cable length or an attenuator is required.
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SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA
SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA
Connector Pin Assignments
The connector pins are assigned as follows:
Table 37. SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA Rx/Tx Pin Assignments
Pin
Connection
Rx
When connecting ports with a Fiber Optic cable, ensure that you mate the connections
properly (i.e., connect Tx ports to Rx ports). This may require the use of a fiber
crossover cable.
Tx
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-GLX39-02 (T-Series) line card.
Table 38. SSR-GLX39-02 Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
1000BASE-LX
•
802.3z standard (also uses 802.3x for flow control)
•
SC-style Media Interface Connector (MIC); either connection pin in the MIC can
be used for transmit or receive; see SSR-GSX21-02-AA and SSR-GLX29-02-AA on
page 113 for attaching cables
•
62.5 micron or 50 micron multimode fiber-optic cable
•
9.5 micron single mode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 550 meters (1804 feet)1 segment length for 62.5 micron multimode
fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 550 meters (1804 feet)1 segment length for 50 micron multimode fiberoptic cable
•
Maximum 5 kilometers (16404 feet) segment length for 10 micron single mode
fiber-optic cable
1. Mode Conditioning Patch cord required.
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SSR-GSX31-02
SSR-GSX31-02
The SSR-GSX31-02 line card uses SC-style Media Interface Connectors (MICs) to attach to
multimode fiber (MMF) cables.
To attach the segment cables to your SSR-GSX31-02 line card, obtain an MMF cable with an SC
MIC and plug the MIC into the port connector. When you plug the other end of the cable into
another device, ensure that the cable connected to the transmit port on the X-Pedition is connected
to the receive port on the other device. The receive port on the X-Pedition should be connected to
the transmit port on the other device.
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-GSX31-02 (T-Series) line card.
Table 39. SSR-GSX31-02 Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
1000BASE-SX
•
802.3z standard (also uses 802.3x for flow control)
•
SC-style Media Interface Connector (MIC); either connection pin in the
MIC can be used for transmit or receive; see SSR-GSX31-02 on page 114
and SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA on page 116 for
information on attaching cables
•
62.5 micron or 50 micron multimode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 220 or 275 meters (722 or 902 feet) segment length for 62.5
micron fiber-optic cable, based on installed fiber bandwidth
•
Maximum 500 or 550 meters (1640 or 1804 feet) segment length for 50
micron fiber-optic cable, based on installed fiber bandwidth
Optics
Table 40. SSR-GSX31-02 (1000BASE-SX) 850 nm Fiber
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Receiver Sensitivity
Transmit Power
Minimum
-17 dBm
Minimum
-9.5 dBm
Maximum
0 dBm
Maximum
-4 dBm
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SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02
SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 41. SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 Recommended Cable Types and
Specifications
Cable
Type
Max. Length
Connector
1000BASE-T
Cat. 5 100-ohm UTP
100 m (328 ft)
RJ-45
Connector Pin Assignments
The connector pins are assigned as follows:
Table 42. RJ-45 Connector Pin Assignments
Pin
Connection
1
TRD0 + Diff Output
2
TRD0 - Diff Output
3
TRD1 + Diff Output
4
TRD2 + Diff Output
5
TRD2 - Diff Output
6
TRD1 - Diff Output
7
TRD3 + Diff Output
8
TRD3 - Diff Output
Figure 37 shows the pin positions in the SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 connectors.
87654321
Figure 37. SSR-GTX32-04 and SSR-GTX32-02 RJ-45 connectors
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SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA
SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA
The SSR-HFX29-08-AA line card and the SSR-HFX21-08-AA line cards use SC-style Media
Interface Connectors (MICs) to attach to multimode fiber (MMF) cables.
To attach the segment cables to your SSR-HFX29-08-AA line card or SSR-HFX21-08-AA line
cards, obtain an MMF cable with an SC MIC and plug the MIC into the port connector. When you
plug the other end of the cable into another device, ensure that the cable connected to the transmit
port on the X-Pedition is connected to the receive port on the other device. The receive port on the
X-Pedition should be connected to the transmit port on the other device.
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08AA line cards.
Table 43. SR-HFX21-08-AA and SSR-HFX29-08-AA Media Specifications
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Port Type
Specification
100BASE-FX
•
802.3u standard
•
SC-style Media Interface Connector (MIC); either connection pin in the
MIC can be used for transmit or receive; see SSR-HFX21-08-AA and SSRHFX29-08-AA on page 116, SSR-GSX31-02 on page 114 for attaching
cables
•
62.5 micron multimode fiber-optic cable
•
Maximum 412 meters (1352 feet) segment length for half-duplex links
•
Maximum 2 kilometers (6562 feet) segment length for full-duplex links
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SSR-HSSI-02-CK
SSR-HSSI-02-CK
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 44. SSR-HSSI-02-CK Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
Cable
Type
Max. Length
Connector
HSSI Cable
HSSI
Recommended 3 meters (10
feet) segment length for standard
WAN line card-to-CSU/DSU
data port.1
50-pin High Speed Serial
Interface (HSSI) connector; see
SSR-HSSI-02-CK on page 117
for pin assignments
1. Connector cables for WAN line cards may be ordered from Enterasys Networks. For detailed information, including part numbers,
see SSR-HSSI-02-CK on page 117.
Connectivity Guidelines
The SSR-HSSI-02-CK line card uses a 50-pin High Speed Serial Interface (HSSI) connector to link
to a Channel Service Unit/Data Service Unit (CSU/DSU). Enterasys offers a 3-meter (10-foot) 50pin HSSI connector cable (part number SYS-HSSI-CAB) to connect SSR-HSSI-02-CK line cards
to remote CSU/DSU modules.
Table 45. Map for the 50-pin HSSI connector
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
GND
14
(reserved)
26
GND
39
(reserved)
2
RT+
15
(reserved)
27
RT-
40
(reserved)
3
CA+
16
(reserved)
28
CA-
41
(reserved)
4
RD+
17
(reserved)
29
RD-
42
(reserved)
5
LC+
18
(reserved)
30
LC-
43
(reserved)
6
ST+
19
GND
31
ST-
44
GND
7
GND
20
(reserved)
32
GND
45
(reserved)
8
TA+
24
(reserved)
33
TA-
46
(reserved)
9
TT+
22
(reserved)
34
TT-
47
(reserved)
10
LA+
23
(reserved)
35
LA-
48
(reserved)
11
SD+
24
(reserved)
36
SD-
49
(reserved)
12
LB+
25
GND
37
LB-
50
GND
13
GND
38
GND
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SSR-HSSI-02-CK
Note:
Because neither connector at the ends of the SYS-HSSI-CAB cable is keyed, you can
simply plug either end of the cable into either your SSR-HSSI-02-CK line card or the
remote HSSI CSU/DSU data port.
Figure 38 shows the pin positions in the 50-pin HSSI connector.
25
1
50
26
Figure 38. 50-pin HSSI connector
The Enterasys SSR-HSSI-02-CK line card uses standard copper twisted-pair cable with identical
50-pin HSSI connectors at each end to attach to a CSU/DSU module.
To attach the segment cables to your SSR-HSSI-02-CK line card:
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1.
Obtain an Enterasys 50-pin HSSI connector cable (part number SYS-HSSI-CAB) and connect
either end of the HSSI connector cable to the X-Pedition WAN interface you wish to use.
2.
Plug the remote end of the connector cable into the HSSI CSU/DSU data port you wish to use.
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SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA
SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-HTX22-08-AA line card.
Table 46. SSR-HTX22-08-AA Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
10BASE-T
•
802.3 standard
•
RJ-45 connector wired as Media Data Interface Crossed (MDIX); see
Figure 39 on page 120 for pin assignments
•
EIA Category 3, 4, or 5 unshielded twisted pair cabling
•
Maximum 100 meters (328 feet) segment length
•
802.3u standard
•
RJ-45 connector wired as Media Data Interface Crossed (MDIX); see
Figure 39 on page 120 for pin assignments
•
EIA Category 5 unshielded twisted pair cabling
•
Maximum 100 meters (328 feet) segment length
100BASE-TX
Connectivity Guidelines
To attach the segment cables to your SSR-HTX22-08-AA or SSR-HTX12-08-AA line card:
1.
For all the 10/100-Mbps ports, obtain copper cables that have the following pin assignments.
The RJ-45 connectors on the SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA line cards are
configured as Media Data Interface Crossed (MDIX). You can use Category 3 (“Cat-3”) or
higher wire for 10-Mbps segments. For 100-Mbps segments, use Cat-5 or higher wire. The
ports automatically sense which type of segment they are connected to and configure
themselves to transmit and receive at the appropriate bandwidth.
The following table lists the pin assignments for the RJ-45 connector on the SSR-HTX22-08AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA, and for the RJ-45 connector on the switch, router, or host on the
other end of the segment cable.
Table 47. RJ-45 Connector Pin Assignments
Line Card RJ-45 Connector
Pin Number
RJ-45 Connector at Other End of Segment
RXD (receive data)
1
TXD (transmit data)
RXD (receive data)
2
TXD (transmit data)
TXD (transmit data)
3
RXD (receive data)
Unused
4
Unused
Unused
5
Unused
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SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA
Table 47. RJ-45 Connector Pin Assignments (Continued)
Line Card RJ-45 Connector
Pin Number
RJ-45 Connector at Other End of Segment
TXD (transmit data)
6
RXD (receive data)
Unused
7
Unused
Unused
8
Unused
Figure 39 shows the pin positions in the SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA
connectors.
87654321
Figure 39. SSR-HTX22-08-AA and SSR-HTX12-08-AA RJ-45 connectors
2.
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Plug one end of the cable into the line card and the other end into the hardware at the other end
of the connection.
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SSR-HTX32-16
SSR-HTX32-16
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the SSR-HTX32-16 (T-Series) line card.
Table 48. SSR-HTX32-16 Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
10BASE-T
•
802.3 standard
•
RJ-45 connector wired as Media Data Interface Crossed (MDIX); see
Figure 39 for pin assignments
•
EIA Category 3, 4, or 5 unshielded twisted pair cabling
•
Maximum 100 meters (328 feet) segment length
•
802.3u standard
•
RJ-45 connector wired as Media Data Interface Crossed (MDIX); see
Figure 39 for pin assignments
•
EIA Category 5 unshielded twisted pair cabling
•
Maximum 100 meters (328 feet) segment length
100BASE-TX
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SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04
SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 49. SSR-POS29-04 and SSR-POS21-04
Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
Cable
Type
Max. Length
Connector
1300 nm MMF
62.5/125 um
2,000 m (1.24 mi)
MT-RJ
1300 nm SMF
9/125 um
15,000 m (9.32 mi)
MT-RJ
SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02
Connectivity Guidelines
Table 50. SSR-POS39-02 and SSR-POS31-02
Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
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Cable
Type
Max. Length
Connector
1300 nm MMF
62.5/125 um
500 m (1,640.41 ft)
SC
1300 nm SMF
9/125 um
15,000 m (9.32 mi)
SC
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SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA
SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA
Cabling and Connector Specifications
The following table lists the media specifications for the Quad Serial – C/CE line cards.
Table 51. SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA Media Specifications
Port Type
Specification
Dual serial
V.35, X.21, EIA530, EIA530A, or RS449
LFH-60 high density connector; see LFH-60 high density connector on page 124
for pin assignments.
Recommended 3 meters (10 feet) segment length for standard WAN line card-toCSU/DSU data port.1
1. Connector cables for WAN line cards may be ordered from Enterasys Networks.
Connectivity Guidelines
The SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA line cards each use the same 60-pin LFH-60 high
density connector to link to their respective Channel Service Units/Data Service Units
(CSU/DSUs).
Enterasys offers the following four cables, used to connect the SSR-SERCE-04-AA and
SSR-SERC-04-AA line cards to standard CSU/DSU modules:
Table 52. SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA Cable Types
Enterasys Part Number
CSU/DSU Connector Type
Standard
1
SYS-SV35-DTE
Two (2) V.35 34-pin connectors
SYS-S530-DTE
Two (2) DB-25 25-pin connectors
EIA-530
SYS-S449-DTE
Two (2) DB-37 37-pin connectors
RS-449
SYS-SX21-DTE
Two (2) DB-15 15-pin connectors
X.21
V.35
1. The two remote ends of each type of connector cable are labeled “Port A” and “Port B”. “Port A” corresponds to Port 1 or 3 on a Quad
Serial – C/CE WAN card, depending upon which line card port you are using. Similarly, “Port B” corresponds to Port 2 or 4 on a
Quad Serial – C/CE line card.
Note:
Because the LFH-60 high density connectors on Quad Serial – C/CE line cards contain
two serial WAN ports per interface, all four cable types defined above feed two CSU/DSU
ports.
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SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA
The following table maps the pin assignments for Enterasys’s LFH-60 high density connectors for
the SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA line cards.
Table 53. SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA Connector Pin
Assignments
Pin
Signal
1
P1_GND
2
P1_MODE[2]
3
P1_CTS_B
4
P1_CTS_A
5
Pin
16
Signal
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
P2_TXC_A
31
P1_GND
46
P2_TXD_A
17
P2_TXC_B
32
P1_MODE[0]
47
P2_TXD_B
18
P2_DCD_A
33
P1_DCD_B
48
P2_RTS_A
19
P2_DCD_B
34
P1_DCD_A
49
P2_RTS_B
P1_RTS_B
20
P2_MODE[1]
35
P0_RXD_B
50
P2_DSR_A
6
P1_RTS_A
21
P2_GND
36
P0_RXD_A
51
P2_DSR_B
7
P1_SCTE_B
22
P2_GND
37
Reserved
52
P2_LL_A
8
P1_SCTE_A
23
P1_TXD_A
38
P2_GND
53
P2_SHIELD
9
P1_GND
24
P1_TXD_B
39
P2_MODE[0]
54
Reserved
10
P2_GND
25
P1_TXC_A
40
P2_CTS_B
55
P1_RXC_A
11
P2_MODE[2]
26
P1_TXC_B
41
P2_CTS_A
56
P1_RXC_B
12
P2_RXD_B
27
P1_DSR_A
42
P2_DTR_B
57
P1_DTR_A
13
P2_RXD_A
28
P1_DSR_B
43
P2_DTR_A
58
P1_DTR_B
14
P2_RXC_B
29
P1_MODE[1]
44
P2_SCTE_B
59
P1_LL_A
15
P2_RXC_A
30
P1_GND
45
P2_SCTE_A
60
P1_SHIELD
Figure 40 shows the pin positions in the LFH-60 high density connector.
1
30
15
16
31
60
45
46
Figure 40. LFH-60 high density connector
Enterasys SSR-SERCE-04-AA and SSR-SERC-04-AA line cards use standard copper twisted-pair
cable with one of four custom remote-end connectors to attach to their respective CSU/DSU
modules.
To attach the segment cables to your SSR-SERCE-04-AA or SSR-SERC-04-AA line card:
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1.
Obtain one of the Enterasys connector cables described on page 123 and connect the single
LFH-60 high density connector to the X-Pedition WAN interface you wish to use.
2.
Plug the remote end of the connector for each port you wish to use into its respective
CSU/DSU data port.
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Appendix C
Technical Support
Getting Help
For additional support related to the Common CLI syntax or this document, contact Enterasys
Networks using one of the following methods:
World Wide Web
http://www.enterasys.com/
Phone
(603) 332-9400
Internet mail
support@enterasys.com
FTP
Login
ftp://ftp.enterasys.com
anonymous
Password
your email address
To send comments or suggestions concerning this document, contact the Technical
Writing Department via the following email address: TechWriting@enterasys.com
Please include the document Part Number in the email message.
Before contacting Enterasys Networks for technical support, have the following information
ready:
•
Your Enterasys Networks service contract number
•
A description of the failure
•
A description of any action(s) already taken to resolve the problem (e.g., changing mode
switches, rebooting the unit, etc.)
•
The serial and revision numbers of all involved Enterasys Networks products in the network
•
A description of your network environment (layout, cable type, etc.)
•
Network load and frame size at the time of trouble (if known)
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Getting Help
• The device history (i.e., have you returned the device before, is this a recurring problem,
etc.)
• Any previous Return Material Authorization (RMA) numbers
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Index
Numerics
10/100BASE-T management port 15
1000BASE-LLX line card 33, 112
1000BASE-SX line card 37
1000-Mbps port 37
8000 chassis 10
8600 chassis 11
A
access modes
Configure mode 87
Enable mode 87
User mode 87
active configuration 98
address-based bridging 5
agent 9
APHY-21 23
APHY-22 23
APHY-29IR 23
APHY-67 22
APHY-77 22
APHY-82V 22
APHY-92V 23
application switching 7
Command Line Interface 9
access modes
Configure mode 87
Enable mode 87
User mode 87
configuration file 98
Configure mode 87
contact name, setting 89
Control Module 12, 14
installation 65
LEDs 15
management cables, installation 107
NVRAM 14
D
damage, preventing 52
date, setting 89
DB-9 port 15
default baud rate 15
DNS, setting up GSR access 94
DNS, setting up X-Pedition access 94
dual serial port 50
DVMRP 7
E
B
backplane 12
baud rate 15
BGP 7
Boot flash 14
bridging 5
C
chassis 10
installation 56
powering on 86
CLI 9
CLI port 15
cable installation 107
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electrostatic discharge 52
Enable mode 87
equipment damage, preventing 52
ESD 52
F
fan module 12
fan tray
hot swap 12
features 1
filters 8
flash card 15
flow-based bridging 5
flow-based switching 7
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Index
G
NVRAM 14
Getting help 125
O
H
hardware
installation 51
overview 10
specifications 53
hot swap
fan tray 12
HP/OpenView 9
I
IGMP 7
injury, avoiding 22, 51
installation, software 83
IP multicasting 7
IP routing 6
IPX RIP 7
IPX routing 6
IPX SAP 7
ISO OSI model 3
L
L2 lookup table 5
Layer-2 5
Layer-2 VLANs 6
Layer-3 6
Layer-3 VLANs 6
Layer-4 7
LED, power supply 17
LEDs 15
10/100BASE-TX 20, 44, 45
1000BASE-LX 35
1000BASE-SX 37
100BASE-FX 41
Quad Serial - C/CE 50
Line card installation notes 71
OC-12 48
OC-3 46
OSPF 7
overview 1
hardware 10
software 5
P
packing list 55
PC flash card
installation 84
PCMCIA flash card 15
performance 1
port
1000-Mbps 37
dual serial 50
Gigabit 37
port-based VLANs 6
POS OC-12c 48
POS OC-3c 46
Power Consumption 53
power supply 16
power supply, AC, installation 58
power supply, DC, installation 18, 60
powering on 86
precautions 22, 51
PROM software
booting 97
loading 97
protocol-based VLANs 6
Q
QoS 8
Quad Serial - C/CE line card, overview 50
Quality of Service 8
M
R
management cables, installation 107
management platforms 9
memory, PCMCIA flash card 15
messages, SYSLOG 95
MIBs 9
reset switch 15
RIP 7
RIP, IPX 7
routing 6
RST switch 15
N
S
networking layers 3
Safety information
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laser ii
safety precautions 22, 51
SAP 7
scratchpad 98
security 8
Serial - C/CE line card, overview 50
serial port 15
SNMP 9
setting up 91
software
booting 86
installation 83
overview 5
Solaris 9
specifications, hardware 53
SPECTRUM 9
SSR-ARE 21
SSR-ATM29-02 21, 24, 106
SSR-CM2B-64 25, 107
SSR-CM3-128 25, 107
SSR-CM4-256 25, 107
SSR-FDDI-02 26, 109
SSR-GLH39-02 33, 112
SSR-GLX29-02-AA 35, 113
SSR-GLX39-02 28, 110
SSR-GLX39-04 30, 111
SSR-GLX70-01-AA 33, 112
SSR-GSX21-02-AA 35, 113
SSR-GSX31-02 37, 114
SSR-GSX31-04 30, 111
SSR-GTX32-02 39, 115
SSR-GTX32-04 39, 115
SSR-HFX21-08-AA 41, 116
SSR-HFX29-08-AA 41, 116
SSR-HSSI-02-CK 42, 117
SSR-HTX12-08-AA 44, 119
SSR-HTX22-08-AA 44, 119
SSR-HTX32-16 45, 121
SSR-POS21-04 46, 122
SSR-POS29-04 46, 122
SSR-POS31-02 48, 122
SSR-POS39-02 48, 122
SSR-SERC-04-AA 50, 123
SSR-SERCE-04-AA 50, 123
Startup configuration 98
statistics 9
subnet VLANs 6
Switching fabric module 19
installing 69
SYSLOG, setting up 95
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system location, setting 89
system name, setting 89
T
TCP, Layer-4 flow 7
TCP/UDP services 4
time, setting 89
trap 9
troubleshooting 101
U
UDP
Layer-4 flow 7
services 4
User mode 87
V
verifying your shipment 55
VLANs 6
W
warnings 22, 51
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