SGPAT10xx-x05 - Transition Networks

SGPAT10xx-x05
Stand-alone Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Media Converter
10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ PSE to 1000Base-X
User Guide
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Contents
1. Introduction and Product Description ......................................................................................................... 4
SGPAT Family Portrait ..............................................................................................................................................5
Port Locations and Layouts .....................................................................................................................................6
Specifications ..........................................................................................................................................................7
Power Consumption................................................................................................................................................7
Features ..................................................................................................................................................................8
Hardware Features..................................................................................................................................................9
Dimensions .......................................................................................................................................................... 10
6-Position DIP Switch ........................................................................................................................................... 11
6-Position DIP Switch Model Summary ............................................................................................................... 12
Status LEDs ........................................................................................................................................................... 13
PSE Status LED Error Indicators ............................................................................................................................ 13
2. Installation ............................................................................................................................................... 14
Safety Warnings and Cautions ............................................................................................................................. 14
Unpacking ............................................................................................................................................................ 15
Mounting Options ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Desktop ............................................................................................................................................................ 15
Wall Mount....................................................................................................................................................... 15
DIN Rail ............................................................................................................................................................. 15
Cabling ................................................................................................................................................................. 16
Installing Copper Cable..................................................................................................................................... 16
Installing Fiber Cable ........................................................................................................................................ 16
Powering .............................................................................................................................................................. 17
Power Connection ............................................................................................................................................ 17
3. Product Features ...................................................................................................................................... 18
Auto-Negotiation ................................................................................................................................................. 18
Full-Duplex Network ............................................................................................................................................ 18
Half-Duplex Network (512-Bit Rule) .................................................................................................................... 18
AutoCross™ .......................................................................................................................................................... 18
Automatic Link Restoration.................................................................................................................................. 18
Remote Fault Detect (RFD) .................................................................................................................................. 19
Auto Power Reset (APR) ....................................................................................................................................... 19
Active Link Pass Through (ALPT) .......................................................................................................................... 19
Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) ............................................................................................................................ 20
3-Port and 4-Port Operation (Redundant Fiber mode, Revertive mode, Port Isolation) ..................................... 21
3-Port Model (SGPAT1040-205)........................................................................................................................ 21
3-Port Switch Mode.......................................................................................................................................... 21
3-Port Redundant Fiber Mode ......................................................................................................................... 21
4-Port Model (SGPAT1040-305)........................................................................................................................ 22
4-Port Switch Mode.......................................................................................................................................... 22
4-Port Redundant Fiber Mode ......................................................................................................................... 22
4-Port Dual-Converter Mode............................................................................................................................ 24
4. CLI Commands ......................................................................................................................................... 25
Connecting to the CONSOLE Port ..................................................................................................................... 25
Terminal Emulator Settings .................................................................................................................................. 25
Command Summary ............................................................................................................................................ 25
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CLI Commands for Setting Advanced Features .................................................................................................... 27
Active Link Pass Through (ALPT) (a Command) ................................................................................................ 27
CLI DIP Switch Override (c Command) ............................................................................................................. 28
Dual (2x) Converter Mode (d Command) ......................................................................................................... 29
TP Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) Advertisement Mode (e Command) ......................................................... 30
Flow Control (f Command) ............................................................................................................................... 31
Get PSE Status Report (g Command)................................................................................................................ 32
Port Isolation Mode (I Command) .................................................................................................................... 33
PSE Port Legacy Detect Mode (l Command) .................................................................................................... 34
Complete Configuration Status Report (m Command) .................................................................................... 35
Auto Negotiation (AN) enable for TP ports or AN disable with port forced mode (n Command) ................... 36
ALPT PD Power Reset (p Command) ................................................................................................................ 37
SFP Port Redundancy Mode (r Command) ....................................................................................................... 38
SFP Port Mode (s Command) ........................................................................................................................... 40
Temperature of Converter (t Command).......................................................................................................... 42
Reset to Factory Defaults (x Command) ........................................................................................................... 42
Messages.............................................................................................................................................................. 42
5. Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................................................... 43
Record System and Device Information ............................................................................................................... 44
6. Power Supply Features and Specifications ................................................................................................. 45
Power Supply Specifications ................................................................................................................................ 45
Power Supply Dimensions.................................................................................................................................... 46
7. Service, Warranty, and Compliance Information ........................................................................................ 47
Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................................................................... 47
Contact Us ............................................................................................................................................................ 48
Record of Revisions .............................................................................................................................................. 48
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1. Introduction and Product Description
The SGPAT10xx-105 connects two different types of network segments (Fiber and Copper), while injecting PoE+
power through its copper RJ-45 copper port(s) (up to two supported).
The SGPAT10xx-105 is a 10/100/1000Base-T to 1000Base-SX/LX Gigabit Ethernet Media Converter, which easily
and affordably facilitates the connection between to differently cabled network segments, while also injecting
PoE+ power through the copper RJ-45 port.
PoE allows for the transmission of power over the same copper cables used to transmit data. PoE+ media
converters are Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE). The SGPAT media converter combines data received over a
fiber optic link with 56VDC input power to provide power and data to a Powered Device (PD) over twisted pair
cabling while complying with the IEEE802.3at PoE+ standard, which is also backwards compatible with the
IEEE802.3af PoE standard.
The converter is available in 2-port, 3-port, and 4-port versions and includes PD signature sensing and power
monitoring features. Active Link Pass Through (ALPT) is supported, which is an automatically activated version of
Link Pass Through (LPT) that allows the converter to detect the loss of Receive (Rx) signals on either fiber or
copper port and propagate the failure to the end devices, preventing the media converter from isolating those
link failures. During a Link Pass Through event, the Auto Power Reset feature will re-set the power to the end PD
device, ensuring it is ready to go when the LPT event is corrected.
Ordering Information / Configurations
SGPAT1013-105
10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ RJ-45 [100 m/328 ft.] to 1000Base-SX
850nm multimode (SC) [62.5/125um: 220m / 722 ft.]
[50/125um:550m / 1804 ft.] Link Budget: 8.5dB
SGPAT1039-105
10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ RJ-45 [100 m/328 ft.] to 1000Base-SX
850nm multimode (LC) [62.5/125um: 220m / 722 ft.]
[50/125um:550m / 1804 ft.] Link Budget: 8.0dB
SGPAT1040-105
10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ RJ-45 [100 m/328 ft.] to
100/1000Base-X Open SFP Slot
SGPAT1040-205
(1) 10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ RJ-45 [100 m/328 ft.] to (2)
100/1000Base-X Open SFP Slot
SGPAT1040-305
(2) 10/100/1000Base-T PoE+ RJ-45 [100 m/328 ft.] to (2)
100/1000Base-X Open SFP Slot
Power Supply Included: To order the corresponding country specific power supply, add the extension to the end
of the SKU (e.g., SGPAT1013-105-NA = North America; -LA = Latin America).
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Optional Accessories (sold separately)
SFP Modules
See the Transition Networks SFP page for our full line of SFP transceivers.
WMBL
Wall Mount Bracket 4” (102mm)
WMVD
DIN Rail Mount Bracket 5” (127mm)
CABLE-CCC-06
Console Cable - Cisco DB9 to RJ-45 Console Cable, Blue, 6 ft.
SGPAT Family Portrait
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Port Locations and Layouts
Port layouts and locations vary by model number as shown below.
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Specifications
The SGPAT10xx-0x5 was designed to meet the specifications below.
Standards
IEEE 802.3-2012, IEEE 802.at PSE-PoE+, IEEE 802.3U, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.3z,
IEEE 802.3x, IEEE 802.3az
Max Packet Size
10240 bytes
Max MAC Addresses
8k
Shared buffer memory
1Mbit
Dimensions
3.25” (82mm) W x 4.8” (122mm) D x 1.0” (25mm) L
Power Source
External AC/DC 56VDC power adapter
Power Consumption
56VDC, 1.17A, 65.5W (assumes both PoE ports are delivering the full 30W).
See Power Consumption table below.
Operating Temp.
0 to +45 deg. C (0 to +113 deg. F)
Storage Temp.
-40 to +85 deg. C (-40 to +185 deg. F)
Operating Humidity
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Altitude
0-10,000 feet
Weight
2lbs. (0.90kg) SGPAT with packaging
Weight
1.55 lbs. (0.7 Kg.) SGPAT
Compliance
EN55022 Class A, EN55024, CE Mark, Power Supply is UL listed
Immunity Compliance
EN55024-2010
Safety Compliance
SGPAT: N/A. External AC-DC supply: CE mark, UL Listed.
Power Consumption
The table below shows SGPAT power consumption. The table shows SFP models (SGPAT1040-x05) loaded with
one or two TN-SFP-SXD (1000Base-SX) SFPs.
Model
SGPAT1013-105
SGPAT1039-105
SGPAT1040-105
SGPAT1040-205
SGPAT1040-305
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43mA@55.8V (2.3W)
43mA@55.8V (2.3W)
43mA@55.8V (2.3W)
60mA@55.8V (3.4W)
80mA@55.6V (4.5W)
PoE Power
537mA@55.8V (30W)
537mA@55.8V (30W)
537mA@55.8V (30W)
537mA@55.8V (30W)
1.07A@55.8V (60W)
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Wall mount, DIN Rail, or table top installation
External AC/DC power supply included with country-specific power cord
2-port 10/100/1000 copper to fiber media conversion with 802.3at PoE+ on the copper port
Supports full 30 watts of power to each twisted pair port
Various fiber versions available supporting fixed SC, fixed LC, and open SFP slots
3-port version offers (1) RJ-45 PoE+ port and (2) open SFP slots, device can be configured as a 3-port
switch or as a 2-port media converter with redundant fiber links
4-port version offers (2) RJ-45 PoE+ ports and (2) open SFP slots, device can be configured as a 4-port
switch (with or without redundant fiber) or as two independent PoE+ media converters
SFP slots can support 100Base-FX, 1000Base-X, or SGMII based (MSA compliant) SFP modules
Supports Auto-Negotiation, AutoCross, and Active Link Pass Through (ALPT), Auto Power Reset (APR)
integrated with ALPT, and Auto Link Restore
Jumbo frame support
LED indicators for power status; per port link, duplex, and activity status; and PoE status
Twisted pair ports support IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet for power saving
DIP switch control of basic feature configuration
Command Line Interface (CLI) control of advanced configuration via RJ-45 serial port
SFP Auto Speed Sensing (in 100/1000 mode) for each port
Selectable SGMII mode for each fiber port
Multiport SGPAT versions provide 3-port or 4-port switch mode or provide redundant fiber links with a
switchover (failover) time of less than 50 milliseconds
Revertive or Non-Revertive when in Redundant fiber mode
Switch mode or 2-Converter mode
Data speeds: TP @ 10/100/1000Mbs; SFP @100FX/1000X/SGMII; Fixed optic @ 1000X.
10/100/1000BaseT Twisted Pair Port: RJ45Connector; Automatic MDI/MDI-X selection; CAT5 UTP Cable
specification.
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Hardware Features
Full bandwidth 1000Mbps switching, non-blocking
4-Port version (SGPAT1040-305) allows enabling 2-Converter mode (two media converter mode)
 Ports 1 and 3 are one converter
 Ports 2 and 4 are another converter
 Each converter is totally isolated from the other both for data and functions (for example LPT
triggering on port 1 will only affect port 3 not port 4)
Active Link-Pass-Through (ALPT)
 Active LPT only operational in specific modes or ports counts; see DIP switch description for details
Interfaces:
 10/100/1000Mbs TP interface
 100FX/1000X/SGMII - SFP versions
 1000X – Fixed optic versions
 Full duplex ONLY on fiber ports
DIP switches to control SFP mode, Fiber redundancy on 2xSFP version, 2-Converter mode on 4xPort version
Jumbo frame support – 10K bytes maximum
TP ports support IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet for power saving
DC option:
 2-Pin barrel: 52-57VDC
 Must use the provided external AC-DC adapter or you must ensure that the alternate power source
meets the IEEE 802.3at isolation requirements
IEEE 802.3at (Power Over Ethernet) PSE
 Provides full 30W of power to each TP port
 Units with LPT capability when enabled will auto-power-reset the POE power when LPT triggers
Temperature rating: 0 to +45 deg. C
RJ-45 serial port for CLI (Command Line Interface), use Cisco blue cable. Console port: RS-232 RJ-45 serial port
115200 baud.
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Dimensions
SGPAT dimensions are provided below in inches.
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6-Position DIP Switch
A 6-Position DIP Switch is provided for basic SGPAT configuration.
The DIP switch default is all in the UP position. The DIP switch default setting is valid
until CLI DIP Switch Override is Enabled (which is disabled by default).
See CLI DIP Switch Override (c Command) on page 28 for more information.
The DIP Switch settings are shown and described below.
Switch 1
Port 3: Up=100/1000 or Down=SGMII
Applies to these versions:
SGPAT1040-105
SGPAT1040-205
SGPAT1040-305
Switch 2
Port 4: Up=100/1000 or Down=SGMII
Applies to these versions:
SGPAT1040-205
SGPAT1040-305
Switch 3
ALPT: Up=Disabled or Down=Enabled
Applies to these versions:
SGPAT1013-105
SGPAT1039-105
SGPAT1040-105
SGPAT1040-205 with DIP Switch 4 down (Redundant mode enabled)
SGPAT1040-305 with DIP Switch 6 down (2-Converter mode enabled)
Switch 4
Redundant mode: Up-Normal or Down=Redundant
Applies to these versions:
SGPAT1040-205
SGPAT1040-305 with DIP Switch 6 Up (2-Converter mode disabled)
Switch 5
Revertive mode: Up=Revertive or Down=Non-revertive
Applies to these versions:
SGPAT1040-205
SGPAT1040-305 with DIP Switch 6 Up (2-Converter mode disabled)
Switch 6
2-Converter mode: Up=Disabled or Down=Enabled
Applies to this version:
SGPAT1040-305
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6-Position DIP Switch Model Summary
The DIP switch default is all in the UP position. The DIP switch default setting is valid until CLI DIP Switch Override
is Enabled (it is disabled by default). The DIP Switch functions are summarized by model number below.
Model
Description
SGPAT1013-105
DIP SW 1: Reserved
DIP SW 2: Reserved
DIP SW 3: ALPT: UP=Disabled, DOWN=Enabled
DIP SW 4: Reserved
DIP SW 5: Reserved
DIP SW 6: Reserved
SGPAT1039-105
DIP SW 1: Reserved
DIP SW 2: Reserved
DIP SW 3: ALPT: UP=Disabled, DOWN=Enabled
DIP SW 4: Reserved
DIP SW 5: Reserved
DIP SW 6: Reserved
SGPAT1040-105
DIP SW 1: Port 2 100/1000 or SGMII mode: UP=100/1000, DOWN=SGMII
DIP SW 2: Reserved
DIP SW 3: ALPT: UP=Disabled, DOWN=Enabled
DIP SW 4: Reserved
DIP SW 5: Reserved
DIP SW 6: Reserved
SGPAT1040-205
DIP SW 1: Port 2 100/1000 or SGMII mode: UP=100/1000, DOWN=SGMII
DIP SW 2: Port 3 100/1000 or SGMII mode: UP=100/1000, DOWN=SGMII
DIP SW 3: ALPT: UP=Disabled, DOWN=Enabled*
DIP SW 4: Redundant mode: UP=Normal, DOWN=Redundant
DIP SW 5: Revertive mode: UP=Revertive, DOWN=Non-Revertive (See Note 1)
DIP SW 6: Reserved
SGPAT1040-305
DIP SW 1: Port 3 100/1000 or SGMII mode: UP=100/1000, DOWN=SGMII
DIP SW 2: Port 4 100/1000 or SGMII mode: UP=100/1000, DOWN=SGMII
DIP SW 3: ALPT: UP=Disabled, DOWN=Enabled (See Note 3)
DIP SW 4: Redundant mode: UP=Normal, DOWN=Redundant (See Note 2)
DIP SW 5: Revertive mode: UP=Revertive, DOWN=Non-Revertive (See Note 1)
DIP SW 6: 2-Converter mode: UP=Disabled, DOWN=Enabled
Note 1: Available only when Redundant mode is active or enabled.
Note 2: Available only when 2-Converter mode is not active or disabled.
Note 3: Available only when 2-Converter mode is active or enabled.
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Status LEDs
The SGPAT front panel Status LEDs are shown and described below.
PWR: On = Power being applied to converter
PoE+: Off = No PD detected
On (green) = Power Applied
On (yellow) = Detected Fault
On (yellow Blink) = PoE Classification Fault
TP – Left LED per Port: On (Yellow) = Half Duplex Link
Blink (Yellow) = Half Duplex Activity
On (Green) = Full Duplex Link
Blink (Green) = Full Duplex Activity
TP – Right LED per port: Off = 10Mbps
Yellow = 100Mbps
Green = 1000Mbps
Fiber L/A – per port:
100FX/1000X mode:
On (Yellow) = Link
Blink (Yellow) = Activity
On (Green) = Link
Blink (Green) = Activity
SGMII Mode:
On (Green) = Link
Blink (Green) = Activity
PSE Status LED Error Indicators
1 Blink Yellow = Measured Resistance Signature (Rsig) too Low. End device signature resistance is too low (300
ohm to 15K ohm detected).
2 Blink Yellow = Measured Rsig to High. End device signature resistance is too high (33K ohm to 500K ohm
detected).
4 Blink Yellow = Measured Capacitance (Cpd) too High.
5 Blink Yellow = PD Over Current Condition. Power overload fault.
6 Blink Yellow = PD Other error (Power or Time Out error).
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2. Installation
Safety Warnings and Cautions
WARNING: Visible and invisible laser radiation when open. Do not stare into the beam or view the beam directly
with optical instruments. Failure to observe this warning could result in an eye injury or blindness.
WARNING: Use of controls, adjustments or the performance of procedures other than those specified herein
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Copper based media ports, e.g., Twisted Pair (TP) Ethernet, USB, RS232, RS422, RS485, DS1, DS3, Video Coax,
etc., are intended to be connected to intra-building (inside plant) link segments that are not subject to lightening
transients or power faults.
Copper based media ports, e.g., Twisted Pair (TP) Ethernet, USB, RS232, RS422, RS485, DS1, DS3, Video Coax,
etc., are NOT to be connected to inter-building (outside plant) link segments that are subject to lightening
transients or power faults.
Warning Class 1 laser product.
Warning Invisible laser radiation may be emitted from disconnected fibers or connectors. Do not stare into
beams or view directly with optical instruments.
Warning Use of controls, adjustments, or performing procedures other than those specified may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
Laser safety standards:
• Class 1 LASER PRODUCT (IEC 60825-1 2001-01)
• Class I LASER PRODUCT (complies with 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for deviations pursuant to Laser
Notice 50, dated July 26, 2001)
All fiber-optic ports have been tested and comply with the Class 1 limits of IEC 60825-1 and Class I limits of 21
CFR 1040.10.
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Unpacking
Verify that you have received the following items. Contact your sales representative if any item is missing.
Please save the packaging for possible future use.
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One SGPAT10xx-x05 PoE+ Converter
One Cisco blue cable
One Documentation Postcard
Four Rubber Feet
Power Supply (option – sold separately)
Mounting Options
The SGPAT can be installed by wall mounting, DIN Rail, or table top installation.
Desktop
Remove the supplied four Rubber Feet from the adhesive-backed card and install on the bottom of the SGPAT.
Wall Mount
Use the option kit WMBL (4” Wall Mount Bracket) to mount the SGPAT on a wall. See the related manual for
mounting specs and instructions.
DIN Rail
Use the option kit WMVD (5” DIN Rail Mount Bracket) to mount the SGPAT on a DIN Rail. See the related manual
for mounting specs and instructions.
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Cabling
Perform all configuration and cabling before powering the SGPAT.
Installing Copper Cable
1. Locate an Ethernet 10/100/1000Base-TX compliant copper cable with male RJ-45 connectors installed at both
ends.
2. Connect the RJ-45 connector at one end of the cable to the SGPAT’s Ethernet 10/100/1000Base-RJ-45 port.
3. Connect the RJ-45 connector at the other end of the cable to the Ethernet 10/100/1000Base-RJ-45 port on
the other device (IP camera, VOIP phone, WAP, etc.).
Note: The AutoCross feature allows the use of either straight-through or crossover configuration cables.
Installing Fiber Cable
1. Locate a 1000Base-X compliant fiber cable with male, two-stranded TX to RX connectors installed at both
ends.
2. Connect the fiber cables to the media converter’s 1000Base-X fiber port as described below:
• Connect the male TX cable connector to the female TX connector.
• Connect the male RX cable connector to the female RX connector.
3. Connect the fiber cables to the 1000Base-X fiber port on the other device (another media converter, hub, etc.)
as described below:
• Connect the male TX cable connector to the female RX connector.
• Connect the male RX cable connector to the female TX connector.
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Powering
You must either a) use the provided external AC-DC adapter or b) ensure that the alternate power source meets
the IEEE 802.3at isolation requirements. Perform all configuration and cabling before powering the SGPAT.
Power Connection
Use the supplied AC power adapter to power the SGPAT standalone converter. To connect power to the SGPAT:
1. Connect the barrel connector on the power adapter cord to the power connector on the media converter
56VDC INPUT as shown below.
2. Plug the power adapter AC plug into AC power.
3. Verify that the SGPAT has powered UP - the power LED on the front panel is lit.
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3. Product Features
The 3-Port model (SGPAT1040-205) provides redundancy / revertive mode operation.
The 4-Port model (SGPAT1040-305) acts like two different converters: a) 4-port switch mode, or b) acts like two
media converters in one device.
Applications include a) SGPAT Connected to IP Camera (PD); b) SGPAT Connected to PoE Splitter; and c) Link Pass
Through.
Auto-Negotiation
The Auto-Negotiation feature allows the SGPAT10xx to automatically configure itself to achieve the best
possible mode of operation over a link. The media converter broadcasts its speed (100 Mb/s, or 1000 Mb/s) and
duplex capabilities (full or half) to the other devices and negotiates the best mode of operation. AutoNegotiation allows quick and easy installation because the optimal link is established automatically. No user
intervention is required to determine the best mode of operation.
A scenario where the media converter is linked to a non-negotiating device is a case where you may want to
disable Auto-Negotiation. In this instance, the mode of operation will drop to the lowest common denominator
between the two devices (e.g. 100 Mb/s, half-duplex). Disabling this feature lets you to force the connection to
the best mode of operation.
Note: The SGPAT10xx-13x supports 1000 Mbps fiber Auto-Negotiation.
Full-Duplex Network
In a full-duplex network, maximum cable lengths are determined by the type of cables that are used.
See the cable specifications for the different SGPAT models. The 512-Bit Rule does not apply in a full-duplex
network.
Half-Duplex Network (512-Bit Rule)
In a half-duplex network, the maximum cable lengths are determined by the round trip delay limitations of each
Fast Ethernet collision domain. (A collision domain is the longest path between any two terminal devices, e.g. a
terminal, switch, or router.) The 512-Bit Rule determines the maximum length of cable permitted by calculating
the round-trip delay in bit-times (BT) of a particular collision domain. If the result is less than or equal to 512 BT,
the path is good. For more information on the 512-Bit Rule, see the white paper titled “Collision Domains” on
the Transition Networks website at: https://www.transition.com.
AutoCross™
The AutoCross feature allows either straight-through (MDI) or crossover (MDI-X) cables to be used when
connecting to devices such as hubs, transceivers, or network interface cards (NICs). AutoCross determines the
characteristics of the cable connection and automatically configures the unit to link up, regardless of the cable
configuration.
Automatic Link Restoration
The SGPAT will automatically restore the link between networked devices after a fault condition has been
corrected. In contrast, products from competitors generally require the user to power down, then power up the
converters after a fault condition has been corrected.
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Remote Fault Detect (RFD)
The RFD feature applies to 1000Mbps operation only. Remote Fault Detect (RFD) is a troubleshooting feature
found on Gig Ethernet copper-to-fiber media converters. By enabling RFD on the remotely located media
converter, the status of the fiber link will be monitored and any link failures will be reported back to the local
converter. If the remote converter loses its fiber RX signal, RFD will force the converter to shut down its fiber TX
port. If Link Pass Though is enabled on both ends, then the copper ports will also be shut down to notify both
end devices of the link failure. (With Remote Fault Detect enabled, if the converter only loses an RX Fiber signal,
LPT will still notify both linked devices.)
Auto Power Reset (APR)
During an Active Link Pass Through event, the Auto Power Reset feature will re-set the power to the end PD
device, ensuring it is ready to go when the LPT event is corrected. When a fiber port loses link, the PoE power
will be cycled on the copper (TP) port.
Auto Power Reset requires both Dual Converter mode and ALPT mode to be enabled. Also, there are timers that
must complete before a first ALPT event can trigger a power-reset and also before subsequent ALPT events can
trigger subsequent power resets. The timers prevent link flapping on devices where the link goes up and down
during the boot process.
Active Link Pass Through (ALPT)
Active Link Pass Through (ALPT) is supported, which is an automatically activated version of Link Pass Through
(LPT) that allows the converter to detect the loss of Receive (Rx) signals on either fiber or copper port and
propagate the failure to the end devices, preventing the media converter from isolating those link failures.
During an ALPT event, the Auto Power Reset feature will re-set the power to the end PD device, ensuring it is
ready to go when the ALPT event is corrected.
Note: ALPT is only operational in specific modes or ports counts; see DIP switch description for details).
Link Pass-Through is a troubleshooting feature that allows the media converter to monitor both the fiber and
copper RX ports for loss of signal. With the loss of RX signal on one media port, the converter will automatically
disable the TX signal of the other media port, thus “passing through” the link loss. With LPT, the end device
automatically notified of link loss; this helps prevent loss of valuable data unknowingly transmitted over invalid
link.
Active LPT is a form of LPT that requires the links to become Active before LPT becomes Active. ALPT has two
states: Diagnostic and Active. The media converter enters the Diagnostic state when either of the following
conditions is met:


Upon power-up of the converter.
Upon removing the converter’s SFP module (if equipped).
In the Diagnostic state, the link for each of the media converter’s ports can come up independently of each
other, just like a converter that has no LPT functionality, or a converter that has LPT is disabled. The Diagnostic
state is helpful during first power up, before all links of a circuit are connected, as it allows the installer to see
each link turn on as the cables are plugged in. It’s also helpful for finding the location of a fault, if one exists.
The media converter remains in the Diagnostic state until the link status for both of the media converter’s ports
are up, simultaneously.
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After that condition is met, ALPT enters the Active state. It remains in the Active state until the converter is
either powered down, or its SFP module is removed. In the Active state, Active LPT works as shown below (the
same as when regular LPT is enabled).
Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)
The SGPAT twisted pair ports support IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet for power saving. Energy efficient
Ethernet can significantly reduce the power consumption of the device over a period of time especially when
there is a large amount of idle signals on the copper port. IEEE standard 802.3az which implements a Low Power
Idle mode on copper interfaces with internal PHYs. SGPAT TP Ports have the EEE Low Power Idle mode enabled.
Note that the Link LED remains lit when in low power mode.
The amount of delay experienced while waiting for the copper interfaces to wake up and come out of low power
idle mode is determined by the speed of the port:
Delay = ASSERT TIME + WAKE TIME
For 1000 Base, delay = 0 + 17us = 17us. For 100 Base, delay = 0 + 30us = 30us.
EEE Low Power Idle mode requires the copper port to advertise via the auto negotiation registers the ability to
support EEE for both 1000Base-T and 100Base-T. Both local and remote ports must indicate they can support
low power idle mode before the port can initiate a low power idle state.
During Auto –Negotiation the Port EEE capabilities are exchanged using the next page process to establish the
speed and duplex information. Timer information with regards to tx_idle, assert and wake cycles are set in
SGPAT registers by the CPU. When a port egress queue remains empty for a specific period of time set by the
EEE TX_IDLE Timer register, then a low power state can be entered. The default setting for the TX_IDLE is 2
milliseconds.
After the TX_IDLE time the PHY will start the assert timer. The Assert timer will require the SGPAT to wait until
the assert timer is zero before a wake up request can be processed. Currently the default Assert timer is set to 0,
giving the PHY the ability to immediately start processing a request to leave the low power idle state. The PHY
then enters low power idle mode. This mode is defined by a 22.35 millisecond quiet period followed by a 210
microsecond refresh pulse. Then once a port sends a packet and the egress queue is no longer empty a wake up
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period is needed for the PHY to return to full operation. The default wake times are set to 17 microseconds for
1000Base and 30 microseconds for 100Base. During this wakeup time the packet will continue to buffer in the
egress queue until the wake up timer has completed at this point port traffic will begin to flow as normal.
The SGPAT can also support a reduced power mode for 10Base-T in which it modifies the copper media transmit
waveform to achieve power consumption savings.
3-Port and 4-Port Operation (Redundant Fiber mode, Revertive mode, Port Isolation)
Multiport SGPAT versions provide 3-port or 4-port switch functionality or provide redundant fiber links, with a
switchover (failover) time of less than 50 milliseconds. In Revertive mode, after the failed link is recovered, it
becomes the active link again (reverts back to the original link). In Non-revertive mode, after the failed link is
recovered, the failed link does not become active again until the currently active link fails.
3-Port Model (SGPAT1040-205)
The 3-port model can be configured as a 3-port switch or as a 2-port media converter with redundant fiber links.
The 3-Port model (SGPAT1040-205) operates in 3-Port Switch mode and in Redundant Fiber mode as described
below.
3-Port Switch Mode
In 3-Port Switch mode, the SGPAT1040-205 functions as a 3-port switch with one copper RJ45 port and two fiber
ports.
3-Port Redundant Fiber Mode
The SGPAT1040-205 can be configured as a 2-port media converter with redundant fiber links. The figure below
shows a 3-port SGPAT1040-205 configured as a 2-port Media Converter with redundant fiber links.
3-Port Redundant Fiber Mode Example
Port Isolation: the 3-Port SGPAT1040-205 supports Port Isolation. This function disables the data paths between
ports, but allows the ports to be able to individually communicate with the Active SFP port.
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On the 3-port SGPAT1040-205, Redundancy must be disabled for Port Isolation to work. Port isolation can only
be enabled via the CLI; see section 4. CLI Commands on page 29. Traffic ingress on Port 1 will pass data on Port 2
or Port 3. Port 1 will pass data on Port 2 and Port 3, but data cannot be passed between Ports 2 and 3. Port
Isolation on 3-port converters is as shown below.
Port
Port Traffic Forwarded To Port(s)
3 (Fiber)
1
2 (Fiber)
1
1 (TP)
2 and 3
4-Port Model (SGPAT1040-305)
The 4-port model (SGPAT1040-305) can be configured as a 4-port switch, as a 3-port switch with Redundant
fiber, or as two independent PoE+ media converters (Dual Converter mode).
4-Port Switch Mode
In 4-Port Switch mode, the SGPAT1040-305 functions as a 4-port switch with two copper RJ45 ports and two
fiber ports.
4-Port Redundant Fiber Mode
With Redundant Fiber mode enabled, the SGPAT1040-305 Redundant mode can be set to:
 Enabled-Revertive, without Port Isolation
 Enabled-Revertive, with Port Isolation
 Enabled-non-Revertive, without Port Isolation
 Enabled-non-Revertive, with Port Isolation
When Redundant Mode is enabled:




The links for all 4 ports can come up. Both TP ports are always active, but only one of the two SFP ports
can be active at any given time. Port 3 is the Primary SFP port, and Port 4 is the Secondary SFP port.
Upon power-up, if Port 3’s link is up, data will be directed to Port 3 and restricted from Port 4. If Port 3's
link goes down, data will be directed from Port 3 to Port 4 with a sub-50ms failover time. At this point, if
Port 3's failed link is restored:
o With Revertive mode enabled, Port 3 will become active again, causing a sub-50ms failover
period for the switchover from Port 4 to Port 3.
o With Revertive mode disabled, Port 4 will remain active until its link goes down, at which point
the switch will failover to Port 3 with a sub-50ms failover.
If Port Isolation is enabled, Ports 1 and 2 will be isolated from each other, but individually able to
communicate with the Active SFP port. Port Isolation can only be enabled via the Command Line
Interface (CLI); see page 29 for CLI information.
You can tell whether Port 3 or Port 4 is active by looking at the Activity LEDs (flashing indicates data
transfer, and that only occurs on the Active port).
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The figure below shows a 4-port SGPAT1040-305 configured in Redundant Fiber mode, where only 3 of the 4
ports can be active at a time.
4-Port Redundant Fiber Mode
Se
co
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da
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4-port SGPAT1040-305 configured as a 2-port
Media Converter with redundant fiber links
Lin
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Fib
Ethernet
Switch A
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PORT 4 PORT 3 PORT 2 PORT 1
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UTP
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(DIP Switches or CLI commands must be set correctly)
Link
Ethernet
Switch B
PoE devices such as a VoIP
phone, Network Camera, or
Wireless Access Point (WAP)
Initial (Working) Path
Redundant (Fail-over) Path
Note: If set to “Revertive” mode and the failure is fixed, data transmission reverts to the Primary link.
If set to “non-Revertive” mode and the failure is fixed, data transmission remains active on the Secondary link.
4-Port Redundant Fiber Mode Example
Note in the figure above: Port 3 is the Primary path and Port 4 is the Secondary path in terms of the fiber and
data path lines shown.
Port Isolation: the SGPAT1040-305 supports Port Isolation. Port Isolation mode works differently on the
SGPAT1040-205 than on the SGPAT1040-305 in terms of data flow ports/directions. Note the following:
 If Dual Converter mode is Enabled, Redundant mode is Unavailable.
 If Redundant mode is Enabled, Dual Converter mode is Unavailable.
 On the 3-port SGPAT1040-205 and the 4-port SGPAT1040-305, Port Isolation is a subset of Redundant
mode.
On the 3-port SGPAT1040-205, Port Isolation only takes affect when Redundant mode is Disabled.
On the 4-port SGPAT1040-305 Port Isolation only takes affect when Redundant mode is Enabled.
 On the 4-port SGPAT1040-305, Port Isolation is a sub-function of Redundant mode, and Redundant mode
passes data between these ports:
Operating
Mode
Dual Converter = Disabled
Redundant = Enabled
Port Isolation = Disabled
Operating
Mode
Dual Converter = Disabled
Redundant = Enabled
Port Isolation = Enabled
Traffic
Ingressing
Port #
Can egress port #s:
(green = yes, red = no,
yellow = only when active)
Traffic
Ingressing
Port #
Can egress port #s:
(green = yes, red = no,
yellow = only when active)
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4-Port Dual-Converter Mode
Dual Converter mode on the 4-port model (SGPAT1040-305) is like having two independent converters. In Dual
Converter mode, SGPAT1040-305 Ports 4 and 2 make one converter, while Ports 3 and 1 make the other
converter.
In Dual Converter Mode:
 Ports 1 and 3 can communicate with each other.
 Ports 2 and 4 can communicate with each other.
 Ports 1 and 3 are isolated from ports 2 and 4.
Port
Forwards Port Traffic to Port
4 (SFP)
2
3 (SFP)
1
2 (RJ45)
4
1 (RJ45)
3
The ports are labeled from left to right PORT 4,3,2,1 as shown below.
4-Port Dual-Converter Mode Example
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4. CLI Commands
The SGPAT provides Command Line Interface (CLI) commands via the CONSOLE (RJ-45) port. Setting advanced
features via the CLI requires CABLE-CCC-06 (Cisco DB9 to RJ-45 Console Cable, Blue, 6 ft.) connected to a PC
running Terminal Emulation software (e.g., Tera Term or HyperTerminal). All of the features controlled via DIP
switch can also be controlled via CLI commands. A CLI command consists of a letter or a letter followed by a
number. The c1 command is available to override DIP switch mode.
Connecting to the CONSOLE Port
Use a Cisco Blue cable to connect the SGPAT CONSOLE port (shown below) to the PC.
Terminal Emulator Settings
Baud Rate: 115200
Data:
8-bit
Parity:
None
Stop:
1-bit
Flow Control: None
Command Summary
The SGPAT supports these CLI commands:
a – Active Link Pass Through {Disable: a0 | Enable: a1} (see page 27)
c – CLI DIP Switch Override {Disable: c0 | Enable: c1} (see page 28)
d – Dual Converter mode {Disable: d0 | Enable: d1} (see page 29)
e – EEE Advertisement Mode {Port:1-2}{Disable: e0 | Enable: e1} (see page 30)
f – Flow Control {PORT 1-4} {Disable: f0 | Enable: f1} (see page 31)
g – Get PSE Status Report (see page 32)
i – Port Isolation Mode {Disable: i0 | Enable: i1} (see page 33)
l – PSE Legacy PD Detect Mode {Port 1-2} {Disable:l0 | Enable:l1 } (see page 34)
m – Complete Status Report (see page 35)
n – Auto Negotiation {PORT 1-2} {Forced: n0 | Enable: n1}{Forced Mode 1-4} (see page 36)
p – ALPT PD Power Reset {Port 1-2} {Disable: p0 | Enable: p1} (see page 37)
r – Redundant Mode {Disable: r 0 | Enable Revert: r1 | Enable Non-Revert: r2} (see page 38)
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s – SFP Port Mode {Port} {SGMII: s0 | 100Base-FX/1000BaseX: s1} (see page 40)
t – Show Internal Temperature of Converter and SFP (see page 42)
x – Reset to Factory Defaults (see page 42)
To display all of the available SGPAT commands, press the Enter key twice.
Transition Networks SGPAT Commands:
a – Active Link Pass Through {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: a0 – ALPT Disable, a1 – ALPT Enable
c – CLI Dip Switch Override {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: c0 – Dip Switch Control, c1 – CLI Control
d – Dual Converter Mode {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: d0 – DC Disable, d1 – DC Enable
e – Energy Efficient Ethernet Adv. Ports {Port 1-2} {Disable:0 | Enable:1 }
example: e10 – EEE Disable Port 1, e11 – EEE Enable Port 1
f – Flow Control {PORT 1-4} {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: f10 – FC Port 1 Disable, f21 – FC Port2 Enable
g – Get PSE Status Report
I – Isolated Port Mode {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: i0 – Isolation Disable, i1 – Isolation Enable
l – PSE Legacy Mode {Port 1-2} {Disable:0 | Enable:1 }
example: l10-PSE Legacy Disable Port 1, l11-PSE Legacy Enable Port 1
m – Complete Status Report
n – Auto Negotiation(AN) {PORT 1-2)} {Forced:0 | Enable:1}{Forced Mode 1-4}:
1- 100FULL, 2-100HALF, 3-10FULL, 4-10HALF
example: n101 – AN Port 1 Forced to Speed:100M Duplex:Full,
n21 – AN Port2 Enable
p – Auto Power PD RESET {Port 1-2} {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: p10 – Auto Power PD RESET Disable Port 1,
p11 – Auto Power PD RESET Enable Port 1
r – Redundancy Mode {Disable:0 | Enable Revert:1 | Enable Non-Revert:2}
example: r0 – Disable, r1 – Enable Revert, r2 – Enable Non-Revert
s – SFP Port Mode{Port#:3 or 4}{SGMII:0 | 100/1000BaseX:1}
format : s<port #><mode>
example: s31, port# <3> mode 100/1000 <1>
t – Temperature of Switch
x – Factory Default
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The SGPAT CLI commands are described in the following sections.
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CLI Commands for Setting Advanced Features
Active Link Pass Through (ALPT) (a Command)
Note: this command is only accepted when CLI DIP Switch Override is enabled; otherwise the ALPT setting is
controlled by DIP switch 3.
a – Active Link Pass Through {Disable: 0 | Enable: 1}
Type a and press the Enter key to display the current stored ALPT setting.
Type a0 and press the Enter key to disable active link pass through.*
Type a1 and press the Enter key to enable active link pass through.*
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1013-105: Once both the RJ-45 and the Fiber 1000Base-SX MM SC have established link, the ALPT function
is engaged. Then if either link goes down, the link status will propagate to the other port.
SGPAT1039-105: Once both the RJ-45 and the Fiber 1000Base-SX MM LC have established link, then ALPT
function is engaged. If either link goes down, the link status will propagate to the other port.
SGPAT1040-105: Once both the RJ-45 and the Fiber Dual Speed SFP port have established link. Then ALPT
function is engaged. If either link goes down, the link status will propagate to the other port.
SGPAT1040-205: Only when the converter is in Redundancy Mode. Once link is established on the RJ-45 and one
of the Open Dual Speed SFP ports, then the ALPT function is engaged. If the RJ45 or both the SFP ports goes
down the link status will be propagated.
SGPAT1040-305: Only when the converter is in Dual Converter mode. ALPT will work independently for each
virtual converter. Virtual converter 1 will use Ports 1 and 3, while Virtual converter 2 will use Ports 2 and 4. So for
Virtual converter 1 ALP will not be engaged until a valid link up condition is detected for RJ-45 Port 1 and SFP
Port 3. If either Port 1 or Port 3 goes down the link status will be propagated to the other port.
Virtual converter 2 ALP will not be engaged until a valid link up condition is detected for RJ-45 Port 2 and SFP
Port 4. If either Port 2 or Port 4 goes down the link status will be propagated to the other port.
a Command Example:
a – Active Link Pass Through {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: a0 – ALPT Disable, a1 – ALPT Enable
%a?
ALPT: Enabled
%a0
%a ?
ALPT:
%a1
Disabled
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CLI DIP Switch Override (c Command)
This command lets you view and enable or disable the current CLI DIP Switch mode setting.
The DIP switch default setting is valid until CLI DIP Switch Override is enabled (it is disabled by default).
c – CLI Dip Switch Override {Disable: 0 | Enable: 1}
Type c and press the Enter key to display the current stored CLI DIP switch override setting.
Type c0 and press the Enter key to disable CLI DIP switch override.
Type c1 and press the Enter key to enable CLI DIP switch override.
Operation is the same on all models.
The default is CLI DIP Switch mode Disabled.
c Command Example:
c – CLI Dip Switch Override {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: c0 – Dip Switch Control, c1 – CLI Control
%c
DIP Switch Override: Disable
%c1
%c?
DIP Switch Override: Enable
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Dual (2x) Converter Mode (d Command)
This command lets you view and enable or disable the current Dual Converter (DC) Mode setting.
Note: This CLI command is only accepted when CLI DIP Switch Override is enabled; otherwise the setting is
controlled by DIP switch 6.
d – Dual Converter mode {Disable: 0 | Enable: 1}
Type d and press the Enter key to display the current stored Dual (2x) Converter Mode.
Type d0 and press the Enter key to disable dual converter mode.*
Type d1 and press the Enter key to enable dual converter mode.*
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1040-305: The d1 command will separate the 4-port device into two virtual 2-Port Media Converters.
The two virtual media converters will operate independently of each other:
Virtual Converter 1
Virtual Converter 2
Port 1
Port 3
Port 2
Port4
d Command Example:
d – Dual Converter Mode {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: d0 – DC Disable, d1 – DC Enable
%d0
Dual Converter Mode Stored
%d?
Dual Converter Mode: Disable
%d1
Dual Converter Mode Stored
%d?
Dual Converter Mode: Enabled 1 to 3 and 2 to 4 only
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TP Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) Advertisement Mode (e Command)
This command lets you view and enable or disable EEE Advertisement Mode for all SGPAT ports.
e – EEE Advertisement Mode {Port:1-2}{Disable: 0 | Enable: 1}
Type e and press the Enter key on the keyboard to display the current stored TP EEE Advertisement Mode.
Type e10 and press the Enter key to disable EEE Advertisement on Port 1.
Type e11 and press the Enter key to enable EEE Advertisement on Port 1.
Type e20 and press the Enter key to disable EEE Advertisement on Port 2.
Type e21 and press the Enter key to enable EEE Advertisement on Port 1.
The default is EEE Advertisement Mode enabled for all ports.
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1013-105, SGPAT1039-105, SGPAT1040-105, SGPAT1040-205: Only Copper Port 1 of these models
supports EEE. When EEE is enabled the port will Advertise and Support IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet.
This function is auto negotiated through Clause 45. When both link partners support EEE the device will save a
minimum of 0.25W of power per port. When EEE is disabled the port will not be able to enter the lower power
mode.
SGPAT1040-305: Both Copper Ports 1 and 2 of this model will support EEE. When EEE is enabled the port will
advertise and support IEEE 802.3az Energy Efficient Ethernet. This function is auto negotiated through Clause 45.
When both link partners support EEE the device will save a minimum of 0.25W of power per port. When EEE is
disabled the port cannot enter the lower power mode.
e Command Example:
%e?
EEE: Port 1 Enable
EEE: Port 2 Enable
%e10
%e?
EEE: Port 1 Disable
EEE: Port 2 Enable
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Flow Control (f Command)
This command lets you view and enable or disable SGPAT Flow Control for the port specified in the command.
f – Flow Control {PORT 1-4} {Disable: 0 | Enable: 1}
Type f and press the Enter key on the keyboard to display the current stored flow control setting.
Type f10 and press the Enter key to disable flow control on port 1.
Type f11 and press the Enter key to enable flow control on port 1.
Type f20 and press the Enter key to disable flow control on port 2.
Type f21 and press the Enter key to enable flow control on port 2.
Type f30 and press the Enter key to disable flow control on port 3.
Type f31 and press the Enter key to enable flow control on port 3.
Type f40 and press the Enter key to disable flow control on port 4.
Type f41 and press the Enter key to enable flow control on port 4.
Operation is the same on all models.
f Command Example:
f – Flow Control {PORT 1-4} {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: f10 – FC Port 1 Disable, f21 – FC Port2 Enable
%f
Flow Control Status
Port 1:Enabled
Port 2:Enabled
Port 3:Disabled
Port 4:Disabled
%f?
Flow Control
Port
Port
Port
Port
Status
1:Disabled
2:Disabled
3:Disabled
4:Disabled
%f11
Flow Control Mode Stored
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Get PSE Status Report (g Command)
This command displays current SGPAT status.
g – Get PSE Status Report
Type g and press the Enter key to show the PD detection, classification, voltage, current and power.
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1013-105, SGPAT1039-105, SGPAT1040-105, SGPAT1040-205: Only Copper Port 1 of these models will
display the status of the PD as seen by the PSE controller.
SGPAT1040-305: Both Copper Port 1and 2 of this model will display the status of the PD as seen by the PSE
controller.
g Command Example:
%g
PSE Port 1:
Class State:
Detect State:
Current Reading:
Voltage Reading:
Wattage Reading:
PSE Port 2:
Class State:
Detect State:
Current Reading:
Voltage Reading:
Wattage Reading:
Unknown
Short
0.000
0.000
0.000
Unknown
Short
0.000
0.000
0.000
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Port Isolation Mode (I Command)
This command lets you view and configure the current Isolation Port mode.
I – Isolated Port Mode {Disable: 0 | Enable: 1}
Type I and press the Enter key to display the current stored Port Isolation mode.
Type i0 and press the Enter key to disable port isolation.
Type i1 and press the Enter key to enable port isolation.
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1040-205: Only when this converter model is in Normal Mode, the two SFP ports will be isolated and will
only be able to communicate to the TP port. The TP port will be able to communicate to both SFP ports.
SGPAT1040-305: Only when this converter model is in Redundancy mode, the two TP ports will only be able to
communicate to the active SFP port. The active SFP port will be able to communicate to both TP ports.
I Command Example:
I – Isolated Port Mode {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: i0 – Isolation Disable, i1 – Isolation Enable
%i1
%i
Port Isolation: Unavailable
%i
Port Isolation: Unavailable
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PSE Port Legacy Detect Mode (l Command)
This command displays the current stored PSE Port Legacy Detect Mode (enabled or disabled).
l – PSE Legacy Mode {Port 1-2} {Disable:0 | Enable:1 }
Type l and press the Enter key to display the current stored PSE Port Legacy Detect Mode.
Type l10 and press the Enter key to disable legacy detection mode and use standard IEEE detection on Port 1.
Type l11 and press the Enter key to enable legacy detection mode only on Port 1.
Type l20 and press the Enter key to disable legacy detection mode and use standard IEEE detection on Port 2.
Type l21 and press the Enter key to enable legacy detection mode only on Port 2.
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1013-105, SGPAT1039-105, SGPAT1040-105, SGPAT1040-205: Copper Port 1 of these models will enable
and disable the support for legacy type PD devices.
SGPAT1040-305 : Both Copper Ports 1and 2 of this model will enable and disable the support for legacy type PD
devices.
l Command Example:
%l ?
PSE Legacy: Port 1 Disabled(IEEE 802.3 at/af Devices Detected)
PSE Legacy: Port 2 Disabled(IEEE 802.3 at/af Devices Detected)
%l11
PSE Legacy Mode Stored
%l?
PSE Legacy: Port 1 Enable(Only Legacy Devices Detected)
PSE Legacy: Port 2 Disabled(IEEE 802.3 at/af Devices Detected)
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Complete Configuration Status Report (m Command)
This command displays the current SGPAT configuration settings.
m – Complete Status Report
Type m and press the Enter key to display the current converter configuration settings. (This works the same as
pressing a, c, d, e, f, I, l, n, p, r, s).
Operation is the same on all models.
m Command Example:
%m?
ALPT: Unavailable
DIP Switch Override: Enable
Dual Converter Mode: Disable
Flow Control Status
Port 1:Disabled
Port 2:Disabled
Port 3:Disabled
Port 4:Disabled
Port Isolation: Unavailable
PSE Legacy: Port 1 Disabled(IEEE 802.3 at/af Devices Detected)
PSE Legacy: Port 2 Disabled(IEEE 802.3 at/af Devices Detected)
Auto Negotiation: Port 1 Enable
Auto Negotiation: Port 2 Enable
Auto Power PD Reset: Unavailable
Redundant Mode: Disabled
SFP Port 3:100/1000
SFP Port 4:100/1000
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Auto Negotiation (AN) enable for TP ports or AN disable with port forced mode (n Command)
This command lets you view and configure SGPAT Auto Negotiation, Speed, and Duplex settings.
n – Auto Negotiation (AN) {PORT 1-2} {Forced: 0 | Enable: 1} {Forced Mode 1-4}
Type n and press the Enter key to display the current stored Auto Negotiation setting.
Type n11 and press the Enter key to enable Auto Negotiation on TP port 1.
Type n21 and press the Enter key to enable Auto Negotiation on TP port 2 (only when TP port 2 is present).
Type n101 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 1 to 100Base full duplex mode.
Type n102 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 1 to 100Base half-duplex mode.
Type n103 and press the Enter key to disable auto negotiation and force TP port 1 to 10Base full duplex mode.
Type n104 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 1 to 10Base half-duplex mode.
Type n201 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 2 to 100Base full duplex mode
(only when TP port 2 is present).
Type n202 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 2 to 100Base half-duplex mode
(only when TP port 2 is present).
Type n203 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 2 to 10Base full duplex mode
(only when TP port 2 is present).
Type n204 and press the Enter key to disable Auto Negotiation and force TP port 2 to 10Base half-duplex mode
(only when TP port 2 is present).
Operation is the same on all models.
n Command Example:
%n – Auto Negotiation(AN) {PORT 1-2)} {Forced:0 | Enable:1}{Forced Mode 1-4}:
1- 100FULL, 2-100HALF, 3-10FULL, 4-10HALF
example: n101 – AN Port 1 Forced to Speed:100M Duplex:Full,
n21 – AN Port2 Enable
%n
Auto Negotiation: Port 1 Enable
Auto Negotiation: Port 2 Enable
%n – Auto Negotiation(AN) {PORT 1-2)} {Forced:0 | Enable:1}{Forced Mode 1-4}:
1- 100FULL, 2-100HALF, 3-10FULL, 4-10HALF
example: n101 – AN Port 1 Forced to Speed:100M Duplex:Full,
n21 – AN Port2 Enable
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ALPT PD Power Reset (p Command)
This command will cycle power to the PD device when ALPT is enabled and the link is lost on the SFP or fixed
optic port. The converter then sets a 2-3 minute time out period internally. During the time out period the
converter will not initiate another power cycle of the PD power reset if the fiber link status is changing. After the
internal timer has expired and the fiber link is established the power cycle event will then be re-armed.
p – ALPT PD Power Reset {Port 1-2} {Disable: 0 | Enable:1}
Type p and press the Enter key to display the current stored ALPT PD power reset setting.
Type p10 and press the Enter key to disable ALPT PD power reset on TP port 1.
Type p20 and press the Enter key to disable ALPT PD power reset on TP port 2 (only when TP port 2 is present).
Type p11 and press the Enter key to enable ALPT PD power reset on TP port 1.
Type p21 and press the Enter key to enable ALPT PD power reset on TP port 2 (only when TP port 2 is present).
Operation is the same on all models.
p Command Example:
%p – ALPT PD RESET {Port 1-2} {Disable:0 | Enable:1}
example: p10 – ALPT PD RESET Disable Port 1,
p11 – ALPT PD RESET Enable Port 1
%p
ALPT PD Reset: Port 1 Enabled
ALPT PD Reset: Port 2 Enabled
%p
Auto Power PD Reset: Unavailable
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SFP Port Redundancy Mode (r Command)
Note: This command is only accepted when CLI DIP Switch Override is enabled; otherwise the setting is
controlled by DIP switches 4 and 5.
r – Redundancy Mode {Disable: 0 | Enable Revert: 1 | Enable Non-Revert: 2}
Type r and press the Enter key to display the current stored Redundancy Mode.
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1040-205: Type r0 and press the Enter key to disable Redundancy mode and put the switch in Normal
mode.* (DIP Switch 4 up.)
Type r1 and press the Enter key to set the converter to Redundant Revertive mode. Port 2 is the primary port and
port 3 will be the secondary port. Traffic through the converter will be sent through the primary port. If the link
goes down on the primary port the converter will switch the traffic to the secondary port. If the link on the
primary port is reestablished the converter will move the traffic back to the primary port. *(DIP Switch 4 Down
and 5 Up)
Type r2 and press the Enter key to set the converter to Redundant Non-revertive mode. Port 2 is the primary
port and port 3 will be the secondary port. Traffic through the converter will be sent through the primary port. If
the link goes down on the primary port the converter will switch the traffic to the secondary port. If the link on
the primary port is reestablished the converter will not move the traffic back to the primary port unless the
secondary link goes down. * (DIP Switch 4 Down and 5 Down.)
SGPAT1040-305: Type r0 and press the Enter key to disable Redundant mode and put the switch in Normal
mode.* (DIP Switch 4 Up.)
Type r1 and press the Enter key to set the converter to Redundant Revertive mode. Port 3 is the primary port and
port 4 will be the secondary port. Traffic through the converter will be sent through the primary port. If the link
goes down on the primary port, the converter will switch the traffic to the secondary port. If the link on the
primary port is re-established, the converter will move the traffic back to the primary port. * (DIP Switch 4 Down
and 5 Up.)
Type r2 and press the Enter key to set the converter to Redundant Non-revertive mode. Port 3 is the primary
port and port 4 will be the secondary port. Traffic through the converter will be sent through the primary port.
If the link goes down on the primary port, the converter will switch the traffic to the secondary port. If the link
on the primary port is re-established, the converter will not move the traffic back to the primary port unless the
secondary link goes down. * (DIP Switch 4 Down and 5 Down.)
r Command Example:
%r – Redundancy Mode {Disable:0 | Enable Revert:1 | Enable Non-Revert:2}
example: r0 – Disable, r1 – Enable Revert, r2 – Enable Non-Revert
%r
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
%r1
%r
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
%r?
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
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%r ?
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
%r0
Redundant Mode Stored
%r?
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
%r1
Redundant Mode Stored
%r
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
%r2
Redundant Mode Stored
%r
Redundant Mode: Unavailable
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SFP Port Mode (s Command)
Note: This CLI command is only accepted when CLI DIP Switch override is enabled; otherwise the setting is
controlled by DIP switch 1 or 2.
s – SFP Port Mode {Port} {SGMII: 0 | 100Base-FX/1000BaseX: 1}
Type s and press the Enter key to display the current stored SFP port mode.
Model Descriptions
SGPAT1040-105: Type s20 and press the Enter key to set port 2 to SGMII mode.* (DIP Switch 1.)
Type s21 and press the Enter key to set port 2 to Auto detect 100Base-FX or 1000BaseX MSA-compliant SFP
modules.* (DIP Switch 1.)
SGPAT1040-205: Type s20 and press the Enter key to set port 2 to SGMII mode.* (DIP Switch 1.)
Type s21 and press the Enter key to set port 2 to Auto detect 100Base-FX or 1000BaseX MSA compliant SFP
modules.* (DIP Switch 1.)
Type s30 and press the Enter key to set port 3 to SGMII mode.* (DIP Switch 2.)
Type s31 and press the Enter key to set port 3 to Auto detect 100Base-FX or 1000BaseX MSA compliant SFP
modules.* (DIP Switch 2.)
SGPAT1040-305: Type s30 and press the Enter key to set port 3 to SGMII mode.*(DIP Switch 1.)
Type s31 and press the Enter key to set port 3 to Auto detect 100Base-FX or 1000BaseX MSA compliant SFP
modules.* (DIP Switch 1)
Type s40 and press the Enter key to set port 4 to SGMII mode.* (DIP Switch 2.)
Type s41 and press the Enter key to set port 4 to Auto detect 100Base-FX or 1000BaseX MSA compliant SFP
modules.* (DIP Switch 2.)
s Command Example:
s – SFP Port Mode{Port#:3 or 4}{SGMII:0 | 100/1000BaseX:1}
format : s<port #><mode>
example: s30, port# <3> mode 100/1000 <1>
%s
SFP Port 3:100/1000
SFP Port 4:100/1000
%s?
SFP Port 3:100/1000
SFP Port 4:100/1000
%s32
%s
SFP Port 3:100/1000
SFP Port 4:100/1000
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%s30
SFP Mode Stored
%s
SFP Port 3:SGMII
SFP Port 4:100/1000
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Temperature of Converter (t Command)
This command displays SGPAT and SFP temperature information in Degrees Celsius.
t –Internal Temperature of Converter and SFP
Type t and press the Enter key to display the current temperature of the SGPAT and SFP devices (if available).
Operation is the same on all models.
t Command Example:
t – Temperature of Switch
%t
Temperature SW
= 31 Degrees C
NO DMI Port 3
Temperature Port 4 = 45 Degrees C
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Reset to Factory Defaults (x Command)
This command returns the SGPAT to the original factory default settings.
x –Factory Defaults
Type v and press the Enter key to reset the SGPAT to its factory default settings. Operation is the same on all
models.
x Command Example:
%x
CLI Factory Defaults Stored
%x ?
CLI Factory Defaults Stored
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Messages
Message: PSE 0 Timer Disable
Meaning: The converter has set a 2-3 minute time out period internally.
Recovery: See the Active Link Pass Through (ALPT) (a Command) on page 27.
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5. Troubleshooting
1.
Is the PWR (power) LED lit?
NO
• Is the power adapter the proper type of voltage and cycle frequency for the AC outlet?
• Is the power adapter properly installed in the SGPAT and in the outlet?
• If power LED blinking, may indicate incorrect or faulty power supply.
YES
• Proceed to step 2.
2.
Verify config settings. The RJ45 port may auto-negotiate speed and duplex with the link partner if
enabled, otherwise it is defined by the DIP switch or CLI command. Some config settings are DIP switch
defined only. See 6-Position DIP Switch on page 11 or see 4. CLI Commands on page 25.
3.
Is the L/A LED lit Amber or green?
NO
• Check the copper cables for proper connection. Check the Auto-Negotiation setting.
YES – Amber
• The SGPAT has selected half-duplex mode. If this is not the correct mode, disconnect and reconnect
the copper cable to restart the negotiation process. See Status LEDs on page 13.
• Proceed to step 4.
YES – Green
• The SGPAT has selected full-duplex mode. If this is not the correct mode, disconnect and reconnect
the copper cable to restart the negotiation process.
• Proceed to step 4.
4.
Is the 100/1000 SFP LED lit?
NO
• Check the fiber cables for proper connection. See Status LEDs on page 13.
• Verify that the TX and RX cables on the SGPAT are connected to the RX and TX ports, respectively, on
the other device.
YES
• Proceed to step 5.
5.
Is the 10/100/1000 LED lit?
NO
• The SGPAT is in 10 Mb/s mode. If this is not the correct speed, disconnect and reconnect the copper
cable to restart the negotiation process. See Status LEDs on page 13.
YES – Flashing Amber
• The SGPAT is in 100 Mb/s mode. If not the correct speed, disconnect and reconnect the copper cable
to re- negotiate. Check the Auto-Negotiation setting.
• Contact Tech Support; see Contact Us on page 48 below.
YES – Flashing Green
• The SGPAT is in 1000 Mb/s mode. If this is not the correct speed, disconnect and reconnect the copper
cable to re- negotiate. Check the Auto-Negotiation setting.
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Check the PoE+ LED condition. See PSE Status LED Error Indicators on page 13.
Record Information (below) and then contact Tech Support; see Contact Us on page 48 below.
Record System and Device Information
After performing the troubleshooting procedures above, and before calling or emailing Tech Support, record as much
information as possible to help the Tech Support Specialist. The Serial Number and MAC Address are printed on the
bottom of each SGPAT. The HW Version and the FW Version are displayed on the device label and via CLI command.
1. Record SGPAT information:
Serial Number: _______________________________
MAC Address: ____________________________________
HW Version: __________________________________ FW Version: ______________________________________
2. Record PWR LED Status: ________________________________________________________________________
3. Record TP LED Status: __________________________________________________________________________
4. Record Fiber LED Status: ________________________________________________________________________
5. Record POE+ LED Status: ________________________________________________________________________
6. List any error messages and attempted recovery actions: ______________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
7. Your Transition Networks service contract number: ___________________________________________________
8. Describe the problem: __________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
9. Describe action(s) already taken to resolve the problem (e.g., change mode, reset, etc.): _____________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
10. The model # and serial # of other Transition Networks products in the network: __________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
11. Describe your network environment (layout, cable type, cable distance, etc.): ____________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
12. This device history (i.e., have you returned the device before, is this a recurring problem, previous Return Material
Authorization (RMA) numbers, etc.): ________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
13. List 3rd party equipment in the network (e.g., Ethernet switch, Remote camera, etc.): ______________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________________
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6. Power Supply Features and Specifications
The 25155Power Supply is an external (desktop) power adapter with a 2-Pin
barrel connector. Warning: You must either use the provided external AC-DC
adapter or you must ensure that the alternate power source meets the IEEE
802.3at isolation requirements. The power supply features include:






Universal AC input/ Full Range
Energy Efficiency Level VI
ErP Step 2 Compliant
NRCan and GEMS Compliant
Output Protections: OVP/SCP/OCP
No Load Power Consumption <0.21W
Power Supply Specifications
Output Characteristics
DC Output
Rated Current
Ripple and Noise
Load Regulation (Typ.)
Transient Response (Typ.)
Hold-up Time (Typ.)
Output Protection
56V; Sufficient to support two RJ-45 PoE+ Powered Devices (PDs)
1.17A
±2% Vo @ Rated Load
±5%
0.5mS for 50% Load Change
10mS @ Rated Load
Short Circuit, Over Voltage, Over Current protection
Input Characteristics
Voltage Range
100VAC~240VAC
Frequency Range
50Hz-60Hz
Efficiency
DoE Level VI, Energy Star, ErP Step 2, NRCan & GEMS Level VI Certified
AC Current (max)
1.4A
Input Protection
Internal Primary Current Fuse, Inrush Limiting
Leakage Current
0.25mA (2 Conductor), 3.5mA (3 Conductor)
Environmental Characteristics
Operating Temperature
0°C~40°C
Operating Relative Humidity
20% RH to 80% RH
Storage Temperature
-20°C~80°C, 10% RH to 90% RH
Topology
Switching Flyback
Dielectric Withstand
3000VAC Primary-Secondary
EMI Conduction & Radiation
Compliance to EN55022 Class B
Harmonic Current
Compliance to EN61000-3-2, 3
EMS Immunity
IEC61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11
Other Characteristics
MTBF
300,000Hrs (25°C, Telecordia SR-332)
Dimensions (LxWxH)
115 x 53 x 38 mm (4.52 x 2.08 x 1.49 inches)
Weight
310g (0.68 lbs.)
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Power Supply Dimensions
The Power Supply dimensions are given below (in mm).
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7. Service, Warranty, and Compliance Information
Declaration of Conformity
CE Mark
FCC regulations
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at the user’s own expense.
Canadian regulations
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise for digital apparatus set out on the radio
interference regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le interfe appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils
numériques de la Class A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le ministère des
Communications du Canada.
European regulations
Warning This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures.
Achtung !
Dieses ist ein Gerät der Funkstörgrenzwertklasse A. In Wohnbereichen können bei Betrieb dieses Gerätes
Rundfunkstörungen auftreten. In diesem Fäll is der Benutzer für Gegenmaßnahmen verantwortlich.
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Attention !
Ceci est un produit de Classe A. Dans un environment domestique, ce produit 48nterf de créer des 48nterferences
radioélectriques, il appartiendra alors à l’utilsateur de prende les measures spécifiques appropriées.
In accordance with European Union Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27
January 2003, Transition Networks will accept post usage returns of this product for proper disposal. The contact
information for this activity can be found in the ‘Contact Us’ portion of this document.
CAUTION: RJ connectors are NOT INTENDED FOR CONNECTION TO THE PUBLIC TELEPHONE NETWORK. Failure to
observe this caution could result in damage to the public telephone network.
Der Anschluss dieses Gerätes an ein öffentlickes Telekommunikationsnetz in den EGMitgliedstaaten verstösst gegen die
jeweligen einzelstaatlichen Gesetze zur Anwendung der Richtlinie 91/263/EWG zur Angleichung der Rechtsvorschriften der
Mitgliedstaaten über Telekommunikationsendeinrichtungen einschliesslich der gegenseitigen Anerkennung ihrer
Konformität.
Contact Us
Technical Support: Technical support is available 24-hours a day
US and Canada: 1-800-260-1312
International: 00-1-952-941-7600
Main Office
tel: +1.952.941.7600 | toll free: 1.800.526.9267 | fax: 952.941.2322
sales@transition.com | techsupport@transition.com | customerservice@transition.com
Address
Transition Networks
10900 Red Circle Drive
Minnetonka, MN 55343, U.S.A.
Web: https://www.transition.com
Record of Revisions
Rev
Date
A
3/29/17
Initial release for SGPAT1013-105.
B
5/16/17
Update DoC and Cisco Blue cable information and power supply art.
8/21/17
Update to HW v1 and firmware version B(22). The CLI now displays the version after
a parameter change. Clarify Dual Converter mode, Redundant Fiber mode, and Port
Isolation operation. Note that APR requires both Dual Converter mode and ALPT
mode to be enabled, and that timers must complete before an ALPT event can
trigger a power reset.
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