Quick Installation Guide Industrial Ethernet Switch - D-Link

Quick Installation Guide
Industrial Ethernet Switch
This document will guide you through the
basic installation process for your new D-Link
Industrial Ethernet Switch.
DIS-200G Series
Quick Installation Guide
Documentation is also available
on the D-Link website
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This Quick Installation Guide gives you step-bystep instructions for setting up the DIS-200G Series
Layer 2 Gigabit Industrial Smart Managed Switch.
The model you have purchased may appear slightly
different from the one shown in the illustrations. For
more detailed information about the switch, please
refer to the user manual.
Package Contents
This package should include the following items:
•
DIS-200G Series switch
•
DIN rail mounting kit
•
Wall mounting kit
•
User guide CD
•
Quick Installation Guide
•
Console cable
LED
Status
Solid
green
Blinking
green
1
SYS
Solid
amber
Blinking
amber
Description
The DIS-200G is on and accepting web
connections.
A firmware update is in progress.
The DIS-200G is not ready for
communication.
The DIS-200G is booting up or PoE has
failed during system operation (DIS-200G12PS/PSW models only).
2
ALM
Solid
amber
The power supply to the DIS-200G has
failed.
3
PWR 1
Solid
green
Power source 1 is connected.
4
PWR 2
Solid
green
Power source 2 is connected.
5
PWR 3
Solid
green
Power source 3 is connected.
6
Solid
green
Port is connected at 1 Gbps.
Ports
11 - 12
Blinking
green
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Before You Begin
There is activity on the port at 1 Gbps.
Table 1
If any of the above items are damaged or missing,
please contact your local D-Link reseller.
DIS-200G-12PS/PSW
Hardware Overview
LED Indicators
2
1
3, 4, 5
1
2, 3
2
6
Figure 2
Figure 1
All Switches
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LED
PoE
Budget
100
1
Status
Solid
green
PoE
Budget
75
Solid
green
PoE
Budget
50
Solid
green
PoE
Budget
25
2
3
Right:
Ports 1 - 8
The power budget is between 100 and
75%.
Solid
amber
The power budget is between 25 and 0%,
but still has more than 15.4 W remaining.
Blinking
amber
The power budget is between 25 and 0%
and has less than 15.4 W remaining.
Solid
amber
1
Status
Left:
Ports 1 - 8
Blinking
green
Solid
amber
Right:
Ports 1 - 8
3
Left:
Ports
9 - 10
Solid
green
The PoE output is using IEEE 802.3af/at
and is less than 15.4 W.
Solid
amber
The PoE output is using IEEE 802.3at and is
between 15.4 and 30 W.
Port is connected at 10/100 Mbps.
Blinking
amber
There is activity on the port at 10/100
Mbps.
Blinking
green
Solid
amber
Port is connected at 10/100 Mbps.
There is activity on the port at 10/100
Mbps.
The port is undergoing cable diagnostics.
There is activity on the port at 1 Gbps.
Blinking
amber
There is activity on the port at 1 Gbps.
Description
Port is connected at 1 Gbps.
Blinking
green
Solid
green
Port is connected at 1 Gbps.
Blinking
amber
Blinking
amber
LED
Solid
green
2
The power budget is between 50 and 25%.
Blinking
green
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The power budget is between 75 and 50%.
Solid
green
Solid
green
Left:
Ports
1 - 10
Description
The power budget is 100% and no PoE is
being used.
Port is connected at 1 Gbps.
There is activity on the port at 1 Gbps.
Port is connected at 10/100 Mbps.
There is activity on the port at 10/100
Mbps.
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Front Panel Connectors
1
2
The PoE output on the port is over 30 W
and the port has been shut down.
Table 2
DIS-200G-12S/SW
3
4
Figure 4
1, 2
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3
Figure 3
2
Item
Description
This is the reset button which is used to
perform a factory reset.
1
Reset
2
Console
This is a console port which is used to connect
to the DIS-200G using a RJ-45 to serial cable.
3
Ports 1 to 10
These are 10/100/1000 Mbps ports that can
be used to connect to any device using a
standard Category 5/5e RJ-45 Ethernet cable.
4
Ports 11 to 12
These are 1 Gbps SFP ports that can be used
to connect to other switches using compatible
SFP adapters and fiber cable.
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requirements are investigated before mounting the
DIS-200G, as access to the switch may be restricted
once it has been installed.
Mounting the Switch on a DIN Rail
1
Figure 5
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1
Item
Power input
Description
This is used to connect an external power
adapter to the switch.
Table 5
Top Panel Connectors
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Rear Panel Connectors
Before beginning either mounting or removing the
DIS-200G from a DIN rail, please ensure that the
DIN rail is level and that the DIN rail mounting kit is
installed correctly on the DIS-200G.
Use the following instructions to install the DIS-200G
on a DIN rail:
1. With the back of the DIS-200G facing the DIN
rail, lower the top part of the rail mounting kit
onto the DIN rail.
2. Push the DIS-200G vertically down and rotate the
bottom of the DIS-200G towards the DIN rail, to
attach the switch to the DIN rail.
Use the following instructions to remove the
DIS-200G from a DIN rail:
1. Push the DIS-200G vertically down to create
enough space at the bottom of the rail mounting
kit to remove the DIS-200G from the DIN rail.
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2. Rotate the DIS-200G upwards to remove the
bottom of the rail mounting kit from the rail, and
lift the DIS-200G upwards to remove the whole
of the switch from the DIN rail.
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Figure 6
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Item
1
Switch ground
This is used to connect the switch to ground.
Terminal block
This is used to connect the switch to external
power sources and relays.
2
Description
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Hardware Installation
Before You Begin
Observe the following precautions to help prevent
shutdowns, equipment failures, and personal injury:
•
Install the DIS-200G in a cool and dry place. Refer
to the technical specifications in the user manual
for the acceptable operating temperature and
humidity ranges.
•
Leave at least 10 cm of space at the top, rear and
bottom of the switch for ventilation.
•
Visually inspect the power connector and make
sure that it is fully secured to the power cord.
•
Do not stack any devices on top of the switch.
It is also recommended that power and grounding
Mounting the Switch on a Wall
The DIS-200G can be installed on a solid surface by
using the included wall mounting plates attached
to the back of the switch. It can also be mounted
using the in-built screw hooks on the underneath
of the switch.
Using the Wall Mounting Brackets
Use the following instructions to install the DIS-200G
on a wall:
1. Remove the DIN rail mounting kit from the back
of the DIS-200G (if present).
2. Align the cross-section of the mounting plates
with the openings on the back of the switch and
secure the plates to the switch with the included
screws.
3. Place the switch with the mounting brackets
installed on the location where you want to
mount it, and use the mounting brackets as a
guide to mark where to drill the screw holes.
4. Drill holes on the marks and insert wall anchors
appropriate for the material of the wall.
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5. Align the switch with the wall anchors and secure Mounting the Switch in a Rack
the switch to the wall using the appropriate
The DIS-200G can be mounted in a standard 19”
screws for the wall anchors.
server rack by using the included rack mounting
brackets (optional).
Use the following instructions to install the switch
in a rack:
1. Attach the included mounting brackets to each
side of the DIS-200G using the provided screws.
Figure 7
Using the Screw Hooks
Use the following instructions to mount the DIS-200G
on a wall using the screw hooks on the underneath
of the switch:
Figure 9
2. Use the screws that were provided with the rack
to install the DIS-200G in the rack.
6. Mark two points on the surface where you wish
to mount the switch 60 mm apart.
7. Drill holes on the marks and insert wall anchors
appropriate for the material of the wall.
8. Insert screws into the wall anchors, leaving
roughly 4.50 mm of distance from the wall for
the switch to be mounted.
9. Mount the DIS-200G on the screws using the
screw hooks on the underneath of the switch.
Figure 10
Grounding the Switch
To use the DIS-200G safely, it needs to be grounded.
Please complete these steps before powering-on
the switch.
Use the following instructions to ground the
DIS-200G:
1. Remove the grounding screw from the top of the
DIS-200G and place the grounding cable lug ring
on top of the grounding screw opening.
2. Insert the grounding screw back into the
grounding screw opening and use a screwdriver
to tighten the grounding screw, securing the
grounding cable to the DIS-200G.
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Figure 8
3. Attach the terminal lug ring at the other end of the
grounding cable to an appropriate grounding source.
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4. Verify that the connection between the
grounding connector on the DIS-200G and the
grounding source is secure.
Connecting to a Power Source
The DIS-200G can be powered using a power
adapter (optional) or by using the in-built terminal
connector. This allows dual power inputs, using wires
from the power source(s) screwed-in to the terminal
connections.
Using the Power Adapter (Optional)
Use the following instructions to power the DIS-200G
using the power adapter (optional):
Figure 12
2. Use a lever to remove the terminal block from
the switch.
1. Connect the supplied power adapter to the
power connector on the back of the DIS-200G.
Connect the other end of the power adapter to
a mains power source.
Figure 13
3. Using a flat head screwdriver, loosen the
connections in the terminal block by un-screwing
the terminal connections that you wish to use.
4. Insert the wires into the terminal connections
and use the screwdriver to tighten the screws
to secure the wires.
Figure 11
Using the Terminal Connections
Before proceeding, ensure that all power sources
have been disconnected from the DIS-200G, and that
the power source you are wiring to the DIS-200G is
also disconnected.
Use the following instructions to power the DIS-200G
using the terminal connections:
1. Before continuing, consult the diagram below to
decide which wires from the power source need
to connect to which contacts on the terminal
block. Note that two power sources can be used;
one inserted into V1-/V1+ (labeled PWR1) and
the other inserted into V2-/V2+ (labeled PWR2).
If you only wish to use one power source, insert
the wires into V1-/V1+ (PWR1). This diagram is
also provided on the DIS-200G:
Figure 14
5. Re-insert the terminal block into the terminal
block socket on the DIS-200G.
Management Options
The DIS-200G can be managed by using the Web
User Interface (Web UI), D-Link Network Assistant
(DNA), console port, Telnet, or Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) management
interfaces.
If you wish to manage a single D-Link switch, the
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This can be reached at the following URL:
Web UI may be the best option. Each switch must
be assigned its own IP address, which is used for
https://chrome.google.com/webstore
communication with the management PC. However,
if you wish to manage multiple D-Link switches, DNA 2. Click the ‘ADD TO CHROME’ button on the rightmay be the best option. You do not need to change
hand side of the search results.
the IP address of your PC and it makes the initial set
3. Click ‘Add app’ button in the pop up window to
up of multiple switches easy.
install the D-Link Network Assistant in Chrome.
Please refer to the following installation instructions
When the installation process completes:
to get started with the Web UI, DNA, console port,
Telnet, and SNMP management interfaces.
(Option 1) Click the ‘LAUNCH APP’ button in the
upper-right corner of the window to start DNA.
Web User Interface
Once the switch has been successfully installed, you
can begin configuration, monitor the LED panel,
and display graphical statistics using a web browser.
Supported browsers include: Microsoft® Internet
Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari.
You need the following equipment to access the Web
UI of your device:
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A PC with an RJ-45 Ethernet connection
A standard Ethernet cable
1. Connect the Ethernet cable to any of the ports
on the switch’s front panel and to the Ethernet
port on the PC.
2. Configure the PC’s IP address to be in the same
network segment as the switch. The switch’s
default IP address is 10.90.90.90, with subnet
mask 255.0.0.0. For example, to connect to the
switch using the default settings, your PC should
have an IP address in the range: 10.0-255.0-255.0254 and a subnet mask of 255.0.0.0.
(Option 2) Click the ‘Apps’ icon in the upper-left
corner of the Chrome browser and click ‘DNA’ in
the Apps list to start DNA.
Note: for managed switches, users need to
enable D-Link Discovery Protocol (DDP) and
create a user name and password to be able to
log in to DNA.
Console
To connect to the switch’s console, use the supplied
cable to connect to the switch’s console port.
This cable is a RS-232 serial to RJ-45 connector
cable designed for use with the switch. A terminal
emulation program is required to connect to the
console port on the switch. These are widely available
3. Open a web browser and enter http://10.90.90.90/ and can be easily downloaded from the Internet.
in the address box. Note: The Web UI can also be
accessed through DNA, by clicking the switch’s IP Using following steps to connect to switch’s console
port:
in the device list.
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4. Log in to the switch. To do this, enter admin as
the default user name and password and click OK.
1. Connect the RS-232 serial interface to the serial
port of the management PC.
D-Link Network Assistant
2. Connect the RJ-45 interface to the console port
of the switch.
D-Link Network Assistant (DNA) is a program that is 3. Open a terminal emulation program on the
used to discover switches which are in the same Layer
management PC and configure the properties
2 network segment as your PC. You can download the
of the connection as follows:
DNA app from the Chrome Web Store and install it in
• The speed should be 115200 baud.
the Chrome web browser.
• The data bits should be 8.
• The parity should be None.
1. Go to the Chrome web store and search for
• The stop bits should be 1.
‘D-Link Network Assistant’ to download the App.
• The flow control should be None.
1. Press and hold the reset button for 6 to 10
seconds. All the LEDs on the DIS-200G will light
amber. When this happens, release the reset
button and the DIS-200G will be reset to factory
defaults.
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4. Connect to the switch and the Command
Line Interface (CLI) should be available. When
prompted to log in, enter admin as the default
user name and password.
Note: holding the reset button for more than 11
seconds will cause all LEDs on the DIS-200G to
light green. Holding the reset button for a further
To connect to the switch using Telnet, a Telnet 2 seconds will put the DIS-200G into boot loader
client is required. This may be included with your mode.
operating system, or can be easily downloaded from
the Internet.
Telnet
Additional Information
Before connecting to the switch, ensure that your PC You can refer to the user manual or visit
has an IP address in the same range as the switch. http://support.dlink.com/ for more support.
Follow the instructions in the Web User Interface
• D-Link Managed Switch User Manual
section for more information on how to do this.
This manual describes the general
1. Launch the Telnet software and connect to the
installation and how to connect the switch in
various scenarios.
IP address of the switch.
2. When you are prompted for a username and Online Support
password, enter admin as the default user name
If there are any issues that are not in the user
and password.
manual, please visit http://support.dlink.com/
which will direct you to your appropriate local
SNMP
D-Link support website.
You can manage the switch with D-Link D-View, or
Warranty Information
any other SNMP-compatible program. The SNMP
function is disabled by default and must be enabled Visit http://warranty.dlink.com/ to view the
on the switch first by using either the Web UI, DNA, D-Link Limited Lifetime Warranty information.
the console, or Telnet.
D-View SNMP Network Management System is
a comprehensive standard-based management
tool designed to centrally manage critical network
infrastructure. D-View provides useful tools to allow
network administrators to effectively manage device
configurations, fault tolerance, performance, and
security.
D-Link offers a free version of D-View which can
be used to manage up to 25 devices. Visit
http://dview.dlink.com/ to download it and get
more information.
Device Reset
If you have any problems accessing the DIS-200G,
it can be reset using the following instructions:
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