Cabletron Systems 8H02-16 User`s guide

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Using This Guide ......................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Structure of This Guide................................................................ 1-2
1.3 8H02-16 Overview....................................................................... 1-3
1.4 Local Management Features....................................................... 1-6
1.5 Optional Features ........................................................................ 1-6
1.6 Document Conventions ............................................................... 1-7
1.7 Getting Help................................................................................. 1-8
1.8 Related Manuals.......................................................................... 1-9
CHAPTER 2
NETWORK REQUIREMENTS
2.1 Network Requirements ................................................................ 2-1
2.2 100BASE-TX Network Cable Lengths......................................... 2-4
CHAPTER 3
INSTALLATION
3.1 Required Tools ............................................................................ 3-1
3.2 Unpacking the 8H02-16............................................................... 3-1
3.3 8H02-16 Options ......................................................................... 3-2
3.4 Installing the 8H02-16.................................................................. 3-2
3.5 Connecting to the Network .......................................................... 3-6
CHAPTER 4
TROUBLESHOOTING
4.1 Using LANVIEW .......................................................................... 4-1
4.2 FE-100TX LED ............................................................................ 4-3
4.3 Troubleshooting Checklist ........................................................... 4-5
4.4 Using the RESET Button ............................................................. 4-6
CHAPTER 5
COM PORT AND TELNET CONNECTIONS
5.1 Local Management Terminal Connection.................................... 5-1
5.2 Configuring the Terminal ............................................................. 5-1
5.3 Connecting a Management Terminal to the 8H02-16.................. 5-3
5.4 Connecting the UPS to the 8H02-16 ........................................... 5-3
5.5 Runtime IP Address Discovery.................................................... 5-4
5.6 COM Port and Telnet Connections.............................................. 5-4
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CHAPTER 6
LOCAL MANAGEMENT
6.1 Overview ......................................................................................6-1
6.2 Local Management Keyboard Conventions .................................6-2
6.3 Accessing Local Management .....................................................6-3
6.4 Device Menu Screen....................................................................6-6
6.5 Device Configuration Menu Screen .............................................6-8
6.6 General Configuration Screen ...................................................6-10
6.7 SNMP Community Names Screen.............................................6-23
6.8 SNMP Traps Screen ..................................................................6-26
6.9 Configuring the Trap Table ........................................................6-27
6.10 Bridge Configuration Screen ......................................................6-28
6.11 Device Specific Configuration Menu Screen..............................6-31
6.12 Full Duplex Configuration Screen ..............................................6-33
6.13 System Resources Screen ........................................................6-36
6.14 High Speed Interface Configuration Screen ..............................6-39
6.15 Flash Download Screen .............................................................6-44
6.16 Clear NVRAM Screen ................................................................6-48
6.17 Port Redirect Function Screen ...................................................6-50
6.18 Device Statistics Menu Screen ..................................................6-53
6.19 Bridge Statistics Screen .............................................................6-54
6.20 Port Statistics Screen.................................................................6-55
6.21 Network Tools ............................................................................6-58
APPENDIX A
SPECIFICATIONS
A.1 Device Specifications .................................................................. A-1
A.2 Physical Properties ..................................................................... A-1
A.3 Electrical Specifications .............................................................. A-1
A.4 Environmental Requirements...................................................... A-1
A.5 Input/Output Ports....................................................................... A-2
A.6 COM Port/Pin Assignments ........................................................ A-2
A.7 Agency Approvals ....................................................................... A-3
APPENDIX B
FE-100TX AND FE-100FX SPECIFICATIONS
B.1 FE-100TX.................................................................................... B-1
B.2 FE-100FX.................................................................................... B-2
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APPENDIX C
C.1
C.2
C.3
C.4
OPTIONAL INSTALLATIONS AND
MODE SWITCH BANK SETTINGS
Required Tools ............................................................................C-1
Removing the Chassis Cover ......................................................C-2
Setting the Mode Switch..............................................................C-4
Installing Optional Fast Ethernet Interface Modules....................C-6
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CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
Welcome to the Cabletron Systems 8H02-16 SmartSwitch 10/100
User’s Guide. This guide describes the 8H02-16 SmartSwitch and
provides information concerning network requirements, installation,
troubleshooting, and the use of Local Management for device local
control and management.
1.1
USING THIS GUIDE
Read through this guide completely to understand the 8H02-16
SmartSwitch features, capabilities, and Local Management functions. A
general working knowledge of Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 type data
communications networks and their physical layer components is helpful
when using Local Management.
NOTE
In this document, the 8H02-16 SmartSwitch is referred to as
either the “8H02-16” or the “device.”
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1.2
STRUCTURE OF THIS GUIDE
This guide is organized as follows:
Chapter 1, Introduction, outlines the contents of this manual and briefly
describes the 8H02-16 features. Directions about how to receive
additional help and a list of related manuals are also included.
Chapter 2, Network Requirements, explains the network requirements
to consider before installing the 8H02-16.
Chapter 3, Installation, provides instructions on how to install the unit
and connect segments to the device.
Chapter 4, Troubleshooting, details the 8H02-16 LANVIEW LEDs that
enable you to quickly diagnose network/operational problems.
Chapter 5, COM Port and Telnet Connections, describes how to attach
a management console to the 8H02-16 to access Local Management (LM)
or attach an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Chapter 6, Local Management, describes how to access Local
Management and use the Local Management screens to manage the
8H02-16.
Appendix A, Specifications, contains information on functionality and
operating specifications, connector pinouts, environmental requirements,
and physical properties.
Appendix B, FE-100TX and FE-100FX Specifications, contains
information about FE-100TX pinouts and information concerning cable
types used with the FE-100FX.
Appendix C, Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings,
describes how to remove the top cover to gain access to and set the Mode
Switch Bank, and install optional Fast Ethernet Interface Modules.
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8H02-16 Overview
1.3
8H02-16 OVERVIEW
The 8H02-16 is a standalone 16-port high-speed network switch device
that supports traditional switching (bridging). Ports 15 and 16 support
optional Fast Ethernet Interface Modules and can provide uplinks to
100BASE-TX or 100BASE-FX fast Ethernet networks.
The 8H02-16 is used to connect individual high-bandwidth user devices,
such as workstations, and provide a central switching point for multiple
Ethernet segments built using devices such as Cabletron Systems
HUBSTACK or other third party stackable devices.
The 8H02-16 is a tabletop unit that can also be installed in a standard
19-inch rack using the supplied rack mounting hardware.
The 8H02-16 has a universal ac power supply with automatic voltage
sensing that allows operation using 100–125 or 200–250 Vac, 50/60 Hz.
1.3.1
8H02-16 Features
The 8H02-16, shown in Figure 1-1, has the features listed below.
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The 8H02-16
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Intel i960 RISC processor control
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14 Port High-Speed Workgroup Switch with two optional ports for
Fast Ethernet Interface Modules providing high speed uplinks to
100 Mbps fast Ethernet technologies
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Full Duplex Switched Ethernet (FDSE) support for 20 Mbps links to
bandwidth intensive users/servers
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Runtime IP Address Discovery that allows the 8H02-16 to send out a
RARP or BootP request to determine its IP address
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Manageable using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
and Remote Monitoring (RMON)
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Support for traditional switching services as well as for Cabletron
Systems SECUREFAST Switching Virtual Network technology
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Possible linking of existing stackable or third party hubs to 100 Mbps
Fast Ethernet backbones
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IEEE 802.3 compatibility with support for IEEE 802.1d and DEC
Spanning Tree Algorithms
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LANVIEW Diagnostic LEDs
1.3.2
Connectivity
The 8H02-16 connects to Ethernet networks or workstations through
fourteen RJ45 ports on the front panel. These ports support Unshielded
Twisted Pair (UTP) and Shielded Twisted Pair (STP) cables at lengths up
to 100 meters. The ports are IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T compliant.
The 8H02-16 has two front panel slots (ports 15 and 16) for optional Fast
Ethernet Interface Modules to support an uplink to 100 Mbps Ethernet
backbones or a high speed connection to a local server.
1.3.3
Full Duplex Switched Ethernet
Each switched Ethernet port supports full wire-speed Ethernet
communications and can be configured to operate in Full Duplex
Switched Ethernet mode.
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1.3.4
Management
Management of the 8H02-16 is accomplished using Local Management
tools or remote SNMP management stations. Out-of-band local
management is provided through the RS232 COM port on the front panel
using a VT100 terminal or a VT100 terminal emulator. In-band remote
management is possible through any SNMP compliant Network
Management Software.
1.3.5
Traditional Switching
The 8H02-16 provides traditional Switching or SECUREFAST Switching
Virtual Network Services between all of the front panel interfaces
including the optional ports 15 and 16.
Through Cabletron Systems Synthesis framework, the 8H02-16 supports
operations in traditional Switching mode or SECUREFAST Switching
mode. SECUREFAST Switching allows for future migration to Virtual
Network technologies without requiring the replacement of existing
equipment.
1.3.6
Standards Compatibility
The 8H02-16 provides IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree Algorithm (STA)
support to enhance the overall reliability of the network and protect
against “loop” conditions. The 8H02-16 supports a wide variety of
industry standard MIBs including RFC 1213 (MIB II), RFC 1271
(RMON), RFC 1371 (RS232 MIB), RFC 1493 (Bridge MIB) and RFC
1354 (FIB MIB). A full suite of Cabletron Systems Enterprise MIBs
provide a wide array of statistical information to enhance troubleshooting.
1.3.7
LANVIEW Diagnostic LEDs
LANVIEW diagnostic LEDs serve as an important troubleshooting aid by
providing an easy way to observe the status of individual ports and overall
network operations. Chapter 4 provides details about the 8H02-16
LANVIEW LEDs.
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1.4
LOCAL MANAGEMENT FEATURES
Local Management provides the tools that allow management of the
8H02-16 and any of the optional Fast Ethernet Interface Modules
installed as ports 15 and 16. It also allows the following tasks to be
performed:
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Assign an IP address and subnet mask to the 8H02-16.
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Select a default gateway and default interface.
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Control local and remote access.
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Designate workstations to receive SNMP traps from the 8H02-16.
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Configure module specific SNMP MIB objects including the IETF
Bridge MIB objects and many of the RMON MIB objects.
Chapter 6 provides detailed information about Local Management.
1.5
OPTIONAL FEATURES
The two optional Memory Upgrade Kits for the 8H02-16 SmartSwitch
are listed below:
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The 8H02-16-MEM-UGK Memory Upgrade Kit provides an 8 MB
DRAM SIMM that allows the 8H02-16 to run SFS (Secure Fast
Switching) and all groups of RMON.
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The 8H02-8D/4F-ADV Advanced Memory Upgrade Kit provides
8 MB DRAM, 4 MB of FLASH with a preloaded image, and image
diskettes that allows the 8H02-16 to run VLAN (Virtual Local Area
Network), SFS, and RMON.
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Document Conventions
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Cabletron Systems provides Fast Ethernet Interface Modules to
support uplinks to 100 Mbps Ethernet backbones or high speed
connections to local servers. The Fast Ethernet Interface Modules are
listed in Table 1-1.
Table 1-1
Fast Ethernet Interface Modules
P/N
Description
Application
FE-100TX
Uses RJ45
connector
Supports Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) cabling.
FE-100FX
Uses SC
connector
Supports multimode fiber optic cabling.
1.6
DOCUMENT CONVENTIONS
The following conventions are used throughout this document:
NOTE
TIP
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Note symbol. Calls the reader’s attention to any item of
information that may be of special importance.
Tip symbol. Conveys helpful hints concerning procedures or
actions.
Caution symbol. Contains information essential to avoid
damage to the equipment.
CAUTION
Electrical Hazard Warning symbol. Warns against an action
that could result in personal injury or death due to an electrical
hazard.
WARNING
Warning symbol. Warns against an action that could result in
personal injury or death.
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1.7
GETTING HELP
If you need additional support related to this device, or if you have any
questions, comments, or suggestions concerning this manual, contact
Cabletron Systems Technical Support:
Phone
(603) 332-9400
Monday – Friday; 8 A.M. – 8 P.M. Eastern Time
CompuServe
GO CTRON from any ! prompt
Internet mail
support@ctron.com
FTP
Login
Password
ctron.com (134.141.197.25)
anonymous
your email address
Modem setting
(603) 335-3358
8N1: 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, No parity
BBS
For additional information about Cabletron Systems products, visit our
World Wide Web site: http://www.cabletron.com/
Before calling Cabletron Systems Technical Support, have the following
information ready:
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A description of the failure
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A description of any action(s) already taken to resolve the problem
(e.g., changing mode switches, rebooting the unit, etc.)
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A description of your network environment (layout, cable type, etc.)
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Network load and frame size at the time of trouble (if known)
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The serial and revision numbers of all Cabletron Systems products in
the network
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The device history (i.e., have you returned the device before, is this a
recurring problem, etc.)
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Any previous Return Material Authorization (RMA) numbers
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Related Manuals
1.8
RELATED MANUALS
The following manuals may help the user to control and manage the
8H02-16 using SNMP network management systems:
Cabletron Systems SPECTRUM Element Manager for Windows
Cabletron Systems SPECTRUM and SPECTRUM Portable Management
Applications (SPMA) products
Third Party SNMP compliant Network Management Packages
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CHAPTER 2
NETWORK REQUIREMENTS
This chapter contains general networking guidelines. Before attempting
to use the 8H02-16 or to install a Fast Ethernet Interface Module
(FE-100TX or FE-100FX), review the requirements and specifications
outlined in this chapter.
2.1
NETWORK REQUIREMENTS
The network installation must meet the guidelines included in this chapter
to ensure satisfactory performance of this equipment. Failure to follow
these guidelines may produce poor network performance.
Refer to the following sections that apply to your specific network
configuration.
2.1.1
10BASE-T Twisted Pair Network
When connecting a 10BASE-T twisted pair segment to any of the
8H02-16 ports (Interfaces 1 through 14), ensure the network meets the
following requirements:
Length
The IEEE 802.3 standard for 10BASE-T requires that 10BASE-T devices
transmit over a 100 meter (328 foot) link using 22–24 AWG Unshielded
Twisted Pair (UTP) wire. However, cable quality largely determines
maximum link length. If you use high quality, low attenuation cable, you
can achieve link lengths of up to 200 meters. Cable delay limits the
maximum link length to 200 meters.
NOTE
Losses introduced by connections at punch-down blocks and
other equipment reduce total segment length. For each
connector or patch panel in the link, subtract 12 meters from
the total length of the cable.
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Impedance
Cabletron Systems 10BASE-T twisted pair products work on twisted pair
cable with 75 to 165 ohms impedance. UTP cables typically have an
impedance from 85 to 110 ohms. Shielded twisted pair cables, such as
IBM Type 1 cable with an impedance of 150 ohms may also be used.
Temperature
Multi-pair PVC 24 AWG telephone cables typically have an attenuation
of approximately 8–10 dB/100 m at 20°C (68°F). The attenuation of PVC
insulated cable varies significantly with temperature. At temperatures
greater than 40°C (104°F), use plenum-rated cable to ensure that
attenuation remains within specification.
2.1.2
100BASE-TX Twisted Pair Network
The 8H02-16 with an FE-100TX installed in ports 15 or 16 provides an
RJ45 connection that supports UTP cabling. The device at the other end
of the twisted pair segment must meet IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-TX
specifications for the devices to operate at 100 Mbps. Use Category 5
UTP cabling for networks operating at 100 Mbps. Use Category 3, 4, or 5
UTP cabling for networks operating at 10 Mbps.
NOTE
The 8H02-16 with an FE-100TX installed is capable of
operating at either 10 or 100 Mbps. The FE-100TX senses the
speed of the other device and adjusts its speed accordingly.
When connecting a 100BASE-TX twisted pair segment to port 15 or 16
with an FE-100TX interface module, the network must meet the
following requirements:
Length
The IEEE 802.3u standard for 100BASE-TX requires that 100BASE-TX
devices be capable of transmitting over a 100 meter (328 foot) link using
Category 5 UTP cable.
The IEEE 802.3 standard for 10BASE-T requires that 10BASE-T devices
be capable of transmitting over a 100 meter (328 foot) link using
Category 3, 4, or 5 UTP cable.
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Network Requirements
Propagation Delay
Propagation delay is the amount of time it takes data to travel from the
sending device to the receiving device.
Total propagation delay allowed for a 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps) network
is 256 bit times or 2.56 microseconds (2.56 µs). If the total propagation
delay between any two nodes on a 100BASE-TX network exceeds
2.56 µs, then use bridges or other devices to further segment the network.
Total propagation delay allowed for a 10BASE-T (10 Mbps) network is
256 bit times or 25.6 µs. If the total propagation delay between any two
nodes on a 10BASE-T network exceeds 25.6 µs, then use bridges or other
devices to further segment the network.
Temperature
The attenuation of PVC insulated cable varies significantly with
temperature. At temperatures greater than 40°C (104°F), use plenum rated
cables to ensure that cable attenuation remains within specification.
2.1.3
100BASE-FX Fiber Optic Network
Ports 15 and 16 of the 8H02-16 support the Cabletron Systems FE-100FX
fiber optic interface module. The FE-100FX meets the IEEE 802.3u
standard. When connecting a fiber optic segment to the 8H02-16, the
network must meet the following requirements:
Cable Loss
Test the fiber optic cable with a fiber optic attenuation test set adjusted for
an 850 nm wavelength. This test verifies that the signal loss is within an
acceptable level. The maximum loss for a multimode cable is 11.0 dB.
Fiber Optic Budget and Propagation Delay
Determine the maximum fiber optic cable length by calculating the fiber
optic budget delay and total network propagation before fiber optic cable
runs are incorporated in any network design.
Fiber optic budget is the combination of the optical loss due to the fiber
optic cable, in-line splices, and fiber optic connectors.
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Propagation delay (collision delay) is the amount of time it takes data to
travel from the sending device to the receiving device. Total propagation
delay allowed for the entire network is 256 bit times (2.56 µs). If the total
propagation delay between any two nodes on the network exceeds
2.56 µs, then use bridges or other devices to further segment the network.
2.2
100BASE-TX NETWORK CABLE LENGTHS
This section details the maximum network cable lengths specified by the
IEEE 802.3u standard. As stated in the previous sections, the physical size
of the network is limited primarily by propagation delay. The total
propagation delay cannot exceed 256 bit times or 2.56 µs.
A 100BASE-TX/FX network might use all copper (UTP) links, all fiber
links or a combination of both. The maximum length of any segment is
determined by the types and combination of links and by the type of
repeater (if any) between segments. IEEE 802.3u standards specify two
repeater classes (Class 1 and Class 2) and the maximum cable lengths for
each media type.
If this device is being installed in a 100BASE-TX/FX environment with
repeaters, use the repeater instruction manual to determine the maximum
cable lengths when laying out your network.
UTP Maximum Cable Lengths
An Unshielded Twisted Pair copper segment in a 100BASE-TX
environment may be no more than 100 meters in length.
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The maximum length of a UTP segment may be no more than
100 meters.
CAUT ION
Multimode Fiber Cable Lengths
The maximum length of a 100BASE-FX segment may be no more than
412 meters between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE to DTE) in half
duplex mode or 2 km (DTE to DTE) in full duplex mode.
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CHAPTER 3
INSTALLATION
Only qualified personnel should install the 8H02-16.
This chapter covers the following items:
•
Required tools
•
Unpacking the 8H02-16
•
Installing the 8H02-16 on a shelf or into a standard rack
•
Connecting to the power source
•
Connecting to the network
3.1
REQUIRED TOOLS
A Phillips screwdriver is required to install the equipment.
3.2
UNPACKING THE 8H02-16
To unpack the shipment, proceed as follows:
1. Carefully remove the 8H02-16 from the shipping box. Save all
shipping material in case any items need to be returned.
2. Visually inspect the 8H02-16 and any optional equipment.
3. If there are any signs of damage, contact Cabletron Systems Technical
Support. Refer to Section 1.7, Getting Help, for details.
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3.3
8H02-16 OPTIONS
Install the options first before proceeding to Section 3.4.
NOTE
If the 8H02-16 is to be installed with optional Fast Ethernet Interface
Modules, refer to Appendix C for installation instructions. For more
information on the two Fast Ethernet Interface Modules and the two
optional memory kits, refer to Section 1.5, Optional Features.
3.4
INSTALLING THE 8H02-16
The 8H02-16 may be installed on a tabletop, shelf, or in a 19-inch rack.
Refer to Section 3.4.1 for information concerning a tabletop or shelf
installation. Section 3.4.2 describes the rackmount installation.
3.4.1
Tabletop or Shelf Installation
This section provides guidelines for installation on a tabletop or shelf.
C
B
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A
MMAC
Smart
SWITCH
SECURE FAST VIRTUAL NETWORKING
PWR
CPU
RESET
8H02-16
COM
1X
A = 15 cm (6 in)
B = 46 cm (18 in)
C = 53 cm (21 in)
D = 213 cm (7 ft)
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
14X
15
16
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Figure 3-1
Tabletop or Shelf Installation
Proceed to Section 3.4.3 for instructions about connecting power.
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3.4.2
Rackmount Installation
To install the 8H02-16 in a 19-inch rack, Cabletron Systems includes an
accessory kit containing the rackmount brackets, mounting screws, and a
strain-relief bracket for cable management.
WARNING
Before installing the 8H02-16 into a rack, ensure that the rack
supports the device(s) without compromising the stability of the
rack. Otherwise, personal injury and/or equipment damage
may result.
Tabletop and shelf installations must be within reach of the network
cabling and meet the requirements listed below:
•
Locate the 8H02-16 within seven feet of an appropriate grounded
power receptacle that meets the power supply requirements listed in
Appendix A, Specifications.
•
Maintain a temperature of between 5°C (41°F) and 40°C (104°F) at
the installation site with fluctuations of less than 10°C per hour.
!
CAUTION
To ensure proper ventilation and prevent overheating, leave a
minimum clearance space of 5.1 cm (2.0 in) at the left, right
and rear of the 8H02-16.
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Attaching the Strain-Relief Bracket
Attach the strain-relief bracket to the front of the 8H02-16 as follows:
1. Locate the strain-relief bracket and four 8-32 x 3/8-inch pan-head
screws in the rackmount kit.
Do not attempt to attach the strain-relief bracket with screws
other than the 8-32 x 3/8-inch screws included with the
8H02-16. Use of longer screws may damage the unit or cause
electrical shock.
2. Attach the strain-relief bracket to the bottom of the 8H02-16 using the
four 8-32 x 3/8-inch pan-head screws (Figure 3-2).
Screws (4)
Strain-Relief Bracket
COM
8H02-16
1X
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
14X
15
16
RESET
CPU
PWR
WITH
Smart
SWITCH
SECURE FAST VIRTUAL NETWORKING
SmartSwitch 10/100
MMAC
174247
Figure 3-2
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Rack Mounting the 8H02-16
Proceed as follows to install the 8H02-16 into a 19-inch rack.
1. Remove and discard the four cover screws (two from each side)
located along the front edges of each side of the 8H02-16.
2. Locate the four 6-32 x 3/8-inch flat head cover replacement screws in
the rackmount kit. Use these screws to attach the rackmount brackets
to the 8H02-16 as shown in Figure 3-3.
Rackmount
Brackets (2)
SmartSwitch 10/100
WITH
MMAC
Smart
SWITCH
SECURE FAST VIRTUAL NETWORKING
PWR
CPU
RESET
8H02-16
1X
COM
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
14X
15
16
Screws (4)
Figure 3-3
1742-04
Installing the Rackmount Brackets
3. With the mounting brackets installed, position the 8H02-16 between
the vertical frame members of the 19-inch rack and fasten it securely
with mounting screws as shown in Figure 3-4.
19-Inch Rack
SmartSwitch 10/100
WITH
MMAC
Smart
SWITCH
SECURE FAST VIRTUAL NETWORKING
PWR
CPU
RESET
8H02-16
COM
1X
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
14X
15
16
Screws (4)
1742-03
Figure 3-4
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3.4.3
NOTE
Connecting to the Power Source
The 8H02-16 has a power supply with automatic voltage
sensing that allows connection to power sources ranging from
100–125 Vac or 200–250 Vac, 50/60 Hz.
To connect the 8H02-16 to a power source, proceed as follows:
1. Plug the power cord into a grounded wall outlet. The POWER LED
turns ON (green) and the CPU LED turns ON (green) briefly.
It takes approximately one minute for the 8H02-16 to boot up.
NOTE
2. Observe the LANVIEW LEDs. After boot up, the CPU LED becomes
solid green. If the CPU LED is not solid green, check the power cord
connection and power source. If the CPU LED is still not solid green
after approximately one minute, contact Cabletron Systems Technical
Support. Refer to Section 1.7, Getting Help, for details.
3.5
CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK
This section provides the procedures for connecting UTP and multimode
fiber optic segments from the network or other devices to the 8H02-16.
Ports 1 through 14 on the 8H02-16 have RJ45 connectors for UTP
connections. Ports 15 and 16 support FE-100TX or FE-100FX Fast
Ethernet Interface Modules. The FE-100TX has an RJ45 connector for a
UTP cable connection. The FE-100FX has an SC style connector for a
multimode fiber optic cable connection.
Refer to Section 3.5.1 to make UTP connections to ports 1 through 14.
Refer to Section 3.5.2 to make a UTP connection to an FE-100TX.
Refer to Section 3.5.3 to make a fiber optic connection to an FE-100FX.
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3.5.1
Connecting UTP Cables to Ports 1 Through 14
Before connecting a segment to the 8H02-16, check each end of the
segment to verify wire crossover.
!
CAUTION
To establish a link, you must have an odd number of
crossovers (preferably one) between 10BASE-T devices of the
same type (i.e., from repeater to repeater or transceiver to
transceiver).
Connect a twisted pair segment to the 8H02-16 as follows:
1. Ensure that the device at the other end of the segment is connected to
the segment and is powered ON.
2. Refer to Figure 3-5. Connect the twisted pair segment to the 8H02-16
by inserting the RJ45 connector on the twisted pair segment into the
desired RJ45 port (ports 1 through 14).
.
MMAC
WITH SECURE
FAST VIRTUAL
16
15
PWR
CPU
RESET
1X
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
1742-09
Smart
SWITCH
0
SmartSwitch 10/10NETWORKING
14X
COM
8H02-16
Figure 3-5
8H02-16 Twisted Pair Connection
3. Verify that a Link exists by checking that the port RX LED is on
(flashing green or yellow or on solid green). If the RX LED is off,
perform the following steps until it is on:
a. Check that the 10BASE-T device at the other end of the twisted
pair segment is ON and connected to the segment.
b. Verify that the RJ45 connectors on the twisted pair segment have
the proper pinouts (Figure 3-6) and check the cable for continuity.
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TO
SmartSwitch RJ45 Port
NOTE:
RX+/RX– and TX+/TX–
must share a common
color pair.
TO
10BASE-T Device Port
RX+
1
1
RX+
RX–
2
2
RX–
TX+
3
3
TX+
TX–
6
6
TX–
RJ45 to RJ45
1574-30
Figure 3-6
Cable Pinouts - (RJ45) Crossover Cable
c. Check that the twisted pair connection meets the dB loss and cable
specifications outlined in Chapter 2.
If a link is not established, contact Cabletron Systems Technical
Support. Refer to Section 1.7, Getting Help, for details.
4. Repeat step 2, above, until all connections have been made.
3.5.2
Connecting a UTP Segment to the FE-100TX
An FE-100-TX installed in port slot 15 and/or 16 is often used to provide
a connection between the 8H02-16 and a bridge, router, or switch.
Usually, in this configuration, a “straight-through” cable is used and the
Fast Ethernet Interface Module crossover switch shown in Figure 3-7 is
set to “not crossed over.”
Normally, when connecting devices to like devices, crossing over of the
transmit and receive pairs must occur. Before connecting a segment to the
FE-100TX, check each end of the segment to determine if the wires have
been crossed over for the proper connection.
A schematic of a crossover cable is shown in Figure 3-6. If the wires do
not cross over, use the switch on the FE-100TX to internally cross over
the RJ45 port. Figure 3-7 shows how to properly set the FE-100TX
crossover switch.
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Position X
(crossed over)
Position =
(not crossed over)
1. TX+
2. TX3. RX+
4. NC
5. NC
6. RX7. NC
8. NC
=
x
10
100
FE-100TX
1. RX+
2. RX3. TX+
4. NC
5. NC
6. TX7. NC
8. NC
166505
Figure 3-7
FE-100TX Crossover Switch
Connect an FE-100TX to a twisted pair segment as follows:
1. Ensure that the device at the other end of the segment is connected to
the segment and is powered ON.
2. Connect the twisted pair segment to the module by inserting the RJ45
connector on the twisted pair segment into the RJ45 port on the
module. See Figure 3-7.
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3. Verify that a Link exists by checking that the port RX LED is on
(flashing green or yellow or on solid green). If the RX LED is off,
perform the following steps until it is on:
a. Check that the 100BASE-TX device at the other end of the twisted
pair segment is powered up.
b. Verify that the RJ45 connector on the twisted pair segment has the
proper pinouts.
c. Check the cable for continuity.
d. Make sure that the twisted pair connection meets dB loss and cable
specifications outlined in Section 2.1.2.
e. Confirm that the crossover switch is in the correct position.
If a Link is not established, contact Cabletron Systems Technical Support.
Refer to Section 1.7, Getting Help, for details.
3.5.3
Connecting a Multimode Segment to the
FE-100FX
The FE-100FX has an SC style network port (see Figure 3-8). Cabletron
Systems supplies fiber optic cable that uses SC style connectors that are
keyed to ensure proper crossing over of the transmit and receive fibers.
!
CAUTION
An odd number of crossovers (preferably one) must be
maintained between devices so that the transmit port of one
device is connected to the receive port of the other device and
vice versa.
If the fiber optic cable being used has SC style connectors that
do not resemble MIC style connectors, or has SC connectors
on one end and a different type on the other, such as ST
connectors, ensure that the proper crossing over occurs.
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Connecting to the Network
Fiber Optic Network Connection
1. Remove the protective plastic covers from the fiber optic ports on the
applicable port on the module and from the ends of the connectors.
!
CAUTION
Do not touch the ends of the fiber optic strands, and do not let
the ends come in contact with dust, dirt, or other contaminants.
Contamination of the ends causes problems in data
transmissions. If the ends become contaminated, clean them
with alcohol using a soft, clean, lint free cloth.
2. Insert one end of the SC connector into the FE-100FX installed in the
8H02-16. See Figure 3-8.
3. At the other end of the fiber optic cable, attach the SC connector to the
other device.
FX
FE-100
16
15
RX LED
174234
Figure 3-8
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4. Verify that a Link exists by checking that the port RX LED is flashing
green or yellow, or on solid green. If the RX LED is off, perform the
following steps until it is on:
The port RX LED flashes green and yellow during bootup.
NOTE
a. Check that the power is turned on for the device at the other end of
the Link.
b. Verify proper crossing over of fiber strands between the
applicable port on the 8H02-16 and the fiber optic device at the
other end of the fiber optic link segment.
c. Verify that the fiber connection meets the dB loss specifications
outlined in Chapter 2.
If a Link has not been established, contact Cabletron Systems Technical
Support. Refer to Section 1.7, Getting Help, for details.
The 8H02-16 is now ready to be set up through Local Management. Refer
to Chapter 6, Local Management, to configure the 8H02-16.
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CHAPTER 4
TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter provides information concerning the following:
•
Using the LANVIEW diagnostic and status monitoring system
•
Troubleshooting network and 8H02-16 operational problems
•
Using the RESET button
4.1
USING LANVIEW
The 8H02-16 uses Cabletron Systems built-in visual diagnostic and status
monitoring system called LANVIEW. The LANVIEW LEDs (Figure 4-1)
allow quick observation of the network status to aid in diagnosing of
network problems. Refer to Table 4-1 for a description of the LEDs.
For a functional description of the LANVIEW LED on the optional Fast
Ethernet Interface Module (FE-100TX), refer to Section 4.2.
Receive (RX)
Transmit (TX)
SmartSwitch 10/100
WITH
MMAC
Smart
SWITCH
SECURE FAST VIRTUAL NETWORKING
PWR
CPU
RESET
8H02-16
COM
1X
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
PWR CPU
14X
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16
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Figure 4-1
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Table 4-1
LANVIEW LEDs
LED
Color
State
Recommended Action
PWR
Green
Functional.
No action.
Red
5-Volt output out of
regulation.
Contact Cabletron Systems
Technical Support.
CPU
TX
RX
Off
Power off.
Power up device.
Red
Flashing. Hardware
failure has occurred.
Contact Cabletron Systems
Technical Support.
Solid. Reset, normal
power up reset.
No action.
Yellow
Crippled. Limited
functionality.
Contact Cabletron Systems
Technical Support.
Green
Functional.
No action.
Yellow
and
Green
Booting. Blinks yellow
and green while
booting.
No action.
Off
Port enabled, and no
activity.
Should flash green every 2
seconds indicating BPDUs
being sent if STA is enabled
and there is a valid link.
Green
Flashing. Indicates
activity. Rate indicates
data rate.
No action.
Yellow
Blinking. Port in
standby.
Port may be disabled due to
Spanning Tree.
Red
Flashing. Indicates
collision rate.
No action.
Solid indicates
numerous collisions
and indicates a
problem.
Contact Cabletron Systems
Technical Support for
assistance.
Off
Port in standby if
yellow TX LED is
blinking, or no Link.
No error.
Green
Solid. Port enabled,
link, no activity.
No error.
Blinking. Port
disabled, link.
No error.
Flashing. Indicates
receive activity.
No error.
Yellow
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FE-100TX LED
4.2
FE-100TX LED
The optional FE-100TX has one LED labeled 10/100. The 10/100 LED
together with the receive LED allows the user to determine the Link status
and the operating speed of the Fast Ethernet Interface Module. The
10/100TX LED and the Receive (RX) LED are shown in Figure 4-2.
Table 4-2 and Table 4-3 provide a functional description of the FE-100TX
LED.
MMAC
Smart
SWITCH
10
100 LED
=
x
10
100
Receive (RX) LED
FE-100TX
15
16
174253
Figure 4-2
FE-100TX LED
A Link exists if the Receive (RX) LED is on.
NOTE
Table 4-2
FE-100TX LED (With Link)
LED
Color
Description
10/100
Off
FE-100TX is operating at 10 Mbps.
Green
FE-100TX is operating at 100 Mbps.
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No Link exists if the Receive (RX) LED is off.
NOTE
Table 4-3
FE-100TX LED (Without Link)
LED
Color
Description
10/100
Off
No Link or no cable attached. FE-100TX
forced to 10 Mbps operation, or is
manually set to “auto-negotiate” mode.
Green
No Link or no cable attached. FE-100TX is
forced to 100 Mbps operation.
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Troubleshooting Checklist
4.3
TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST
If the 8H02-16 is not working properly, refer to Table 4-4 for a checklist
of possible problems, causes, and recommended actions to resolve the
problem.
Table 4-4
Troubleshooting Checklist
Problem
Possible Cause
Recommended Action
All LEDs are OFF.
Loss of Power to the
8H02-16.
Check the proper connection
of the power cable and its
access to a live outlet.
8H02-16 not properly
installed.
Check the installation.
Autobaud not enabled.
Press ENTER (RETURN)
(may take up to four times).
Terminal setup is not
correct.
Refer to Chapter 5 for proper
setup procedures.
Improper console cable
pinouts.
Refer to Appendix A for
proper console port pinouts.
Improper Community
Names Table.
Refer to Chapter 6
for Community Names Table
setup.
8H02-16 does not have
an IP address.
Refer to Chapter 6 for IP
address assignment
procedure.
Port is disabled.
Enable port.
No Local
Management
Password screen.
Cannot contact the
8H02-16 from
in-band
management.
No link to device.
Check link to device.
Port(s) goes into
standby for no
apparent reason.
8H02-16 detects a
looped condition.
Discuss these configurations
with Cabletron Systems
Technical Support before
implementing them into your
network.
User parameters
(IP address, Device
and Module name,
etc.) are lost when
the 8H02-16 is
powered down or
the front panel
RESET button is
pressed.
Position of the NVRAM
RESET switch was
changed before the last
power down or pressing
of the RESET button,
causing the user-entered
parameters to reset to
factory default settings.
Reenter the lost parameters
as necessary. Call Cabletron
Systems Technical Support if
problem continues.
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4.4
USING THE RESET BUTTON
The RESET button shown in Figure 4-3 resets the 8H02-16 processor
without affecting the NVRAM.
The RESET button may be used in conjunction with mode
switch 7, described in Appendix C, to clear user-entered
parameters such as IP addresses and Community Names and
to replace them with the 8H02-16 default settings.
NOTE
SmartSwitch 10/100
WITH
MMAC
Smart
SWITCH
SECURE FAST VIRTUAL NETWORKING
PWR
CPU
RESET
8H02-16
COM
1X
2X
3X
4X
5X
6X
7X
8X
9X
10X
11X
12X
13X
RESET Button
14X
15
16
174237
Figure 4-3
RESET Button
To reset the 8H06-16 processor, use a pen or pencil to press and release
the RESET button. The 8H02-16 goes through a reset process for
approximately 45 seconds.
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CHAPTER 5
COM PORT AND TELNET CONNECTIONS
This chapter provides information about the following items:
•
Connecting and configuring a management terminal to the COM port
of the 8H02-16 to access Local Management
•
Connecting an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to the COM port
of the 8H02-16 for UPS applications
•
Establishing a Telnet connection
5.1
LOCAL MANAGEMENT TERMINAL CONNECTION
Connecting a terminal to access Local Management involves the
following:
•
Configuring the terminal so it can communicate with the 8H02-16
•
Connecting the terminal to the COM port of the 8H02-16 with an RJ45
console cable
5.2
CONFIGURING THE TERMINAL
The following instructions outline how to configure your terminal to
communicate with Local Management. Refer to your specific terminal
manual for more instructions if necessary.
Use one of the following systems to access Local Management:
•
A Digital Equipment Corporation VT100 terminal
•
An IBM or compatible PC running a VT100 emulation program
To access the Setup Directory on a VT series terminal, press F3. Table 5-1
lists the required terminal setup for a VT series terminal.
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Table 5-1
VT Terminal Setup
Display Setup Menu
Columns ->
Controls ->
Auto Wrap ->
Scroll ->
Text Cursor ->
Cursor Style ->
80 Columns
Interpret Controls
No Auto Wrap
Jump Scroll
Cursor
Underline Cursor Style
General Setup Menu
Mode ->
ID number ->
Cursor Keys ->
Power Supply ->
VT100, 7 Bit Controls
VT100ID
Normal Cursor Keys
UPSS DEC Supplemental
Communications Setup Menu
Transmit ->
Receive ->
XOFF ->
Bits ->
Parity ->
Stop Bit ->
Local Echo ->
Port ->
Transmit ->
Auto Answerback ->
2400, 4800, 9600, 19200
Receive=Transmit
XOFF at 64
8 bits
No Parity
1 Stop Bit
No Local Echo
DEC-423, Data Leads Only
Limited Transmit
No Auto Answerback
Keyboard Setup Menu
Keys ->
Auto Repeat ->
Keyclick ->
Margin Bell ->
Warning Bell ->
5-2
Typewriter Keys
any option
any option
Margin Bell
Warning Bell
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5.3
CONNECTING A MANAGEMENT TERMINAL TO
THE 8H02-16
The 8H02-16 comes with a Console Cable Kit that provides a cable and
RJ45-to-DB9 adapter. The adapter allows the 8H02-16 RJ45 COM port to
connect to an IBM or compatible PC running a VT series emulation
software package. For detailed instructions regarding the connection of
the console cable to the 8H02-16, refer to the instruction sheet provided in
the Console Cable Kit.
Optional adapters are available to connect the 8H02-16 to Local
Management through a VT type terminal or a modem. Refer to the RJ45
Console Cable Kit Instruction Sheet for installation instructions and
adapter specifications.
5.4
CONNECTING THE UPS TO THE 8H02-16
The following hardware is needed to connect the 8H02-16 to the UPS:
•
An RJ45 console cable
•
An RJ45 to DB9 adapter
To connect a cable from the UPS to the 8H02-16 COM port, perform the
following steps:
1. Plug the RJ45 console cable into the 8H02-16 COM port.
2. Plug the other end of the console cable into the adapter and connect the
adapter to the UPS.
With the cable connection complete and with a valid IP address entered
into the 8H02-16 through Local Management (see Chapter 6) or through
Runtime IP Address Discovery (refer to Section 5.5, Runtime IP
Address Discovery), use one of the following management tools to
configure the 8H02-16 COM port for the UPS application:
•
8H02-16 Local Management through Telnet. The General
Configuration screen described in Chapter 6, Section 6.6.12, provides
the instructions to set up the COM port for the UPS application.
•
Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) provided by SPECTRUM Element
Manager for Windows, SPECTRUM Portable Management
Applications (SPMAs), or SPECTRUM software packages.
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5.5
RUNTIME IP ADDRESS DISCOVERY
Upon power up, the 8H02-16, through a function called Runtime IP
Address Discovery, sends out a RARP and BootP request over the
network to determine its IP address. This function allows the loading of
an IP address into NVRAM on the 8H02-16 without using Local
Management. For information on setting up a workstation to act as a
server to respond to a RARP or BootP request, refer to the specific
workstation documentation.
5.6
COM PORT AND TELNET CONNECTIONS
Once the 8H02-16 has a valid IP address, establish a Telnet session with
Local Management from any TCP/IP based node on the network. Telnet
connections to the 8H02-16 require the community name passwords
assigned at the SNMP Community Names screen. Refer to Section 6.7,
SNMP Community Names Screen, of this manual for additional
information about community names.
NOTE
5-4
Refer to the instructions included with the Telnet application for
information about establishing a Telnet session.
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CHAPTER 6
LOCAL MANAGEMENT
This chapter describes how to access and use Local Management for the
8H02-16.
6.1
OVERVIEW
Local Management for the 8H02-16 consists of a series of management
screens that allow the management of the 8H02-16 and its attached
segments. The management screens allow the user to do the following
tasks:
•
Assign IP addresses and subnet masks to the 8H02-16
•
Select a default gateway and subnet mask
•
Control access to the 8H02-16 by establishing community names
•
Clear NVRAM
•
Force a FLASH Download
•
Designate which Network Management Workstations receive SNMP
traps from the device
There are four ways to access Local Management:
•
Locally using a VT type terminal connected to the COM port of the
8H02-16.
•
Remotely using a VT type terminal connected through a modem.
•
In-band through a Telnet connection.
•
Out-of-band through a Telnet connection to the COM port of the
8H02-16 when the port is configured for SLIP or PPP.
Chapter 5 contains details on how to connect a terminal to the 8H02-16
COM port to access Local Management.
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6.2
LOCAL MANAGEMENT KEYBOARD
CONVENTIONS
All key names appear as capital letters in this manual. Table 6-1 explains
the keyboard conventions and the key functions that are used.
Table 6-1
Keyboard Conventions
Key
Function
ENTER Key
RETURN Key
These are selection keys that perform the same
Local Management function. For example, “Press
ENTER” means that you can press either ENTER
or RETURN, unless this manual specifically
instructs you otherwise.
ESCAPE (ESC) Key
This key allows an escape from a Local
Management screen without saving changes. For
example, “Press ESC twice” means the ESC key
must be pressed quickly two times.
SPACE bar
BACKSPACE Key
These keys cycle through selections in some Local
Management fields. Use the SPACE bar to cycle
forward through selections and use BACKSPACE
to cycle backward through selections.
Arrow Keys
These are navigation keys. Use the UP-ARROW,
DOWN-ARROW, LEFT-ARROW, and
RIGHT-ARROW keys to move the screen cursor.
For example, “Use the arrow keys” means to press
whichever arrow key moves the cursor to the
desired field on the Local Management screen.
[–] Key
This key decreases values from a Local
Management increment field. For example, “Press
[–]” means to press the minus sign key.
DEL Key
The DEL (Delete) key removes characters from a
Local Management field. For example, “Press
DEL” means to press the Delete key.
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6.3
ACCESSING LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Perform the following steps to access Local Management:
1. Turn on the terminal. Press ENTER (up to four times) until the
8H02-16 Local Management Password screen, Figure 6-1, appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
CABLETRON Systems, Incorporated
P.O.Box 5005
Rochester, NH 03866-5005 USA
(603) 332-9400
(c) Copyright CABLETRON Systems, Inc, 1996
Device Serial Number:
XX.XX.XX
Device Hardware Revision:
XX
Device Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
Device BOOTPROM Revision:
XX.XX.XX
Enter Password:
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Figure 6-1
The 8H02-16 Local Management Password Screen
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2. Enter the Password and press ENTER. The default Super-User access
password is “public” or press ENTER.
The user’s password is one of the community names specified
in the SNMP Community Names screen. Access to certain
Local Management capabilities depends on the degree of
access accorded that community name. Refer to Section 6.7.
NOTE
•
If an invalid password is entered, the terminal beeps and the cursor
returns to the beginning of the password entry field.
•
Entering a valid password causes the associated access level to display
at the bottom of the screen and the Device Menu screen to appear.
•
If no activity occurs for several minutes, the Password screen
reappears and the password has to be reentered.
6.3.1
Navigating Local Management Screens
The 8H02-16 Local Management consists of a series of menu screens.
Figure 6-2 shows the hierarchy of the 8H02-16 Local Management
screens.
\
Device
Configuration
Menu
General Configuration
SNMPCommunity Names
SNMP Traps
Bridge Configuration
Device Specific
Configuration Menu
Password
Device
Menu
Device
Statistics
Menu
Bridge Statistics
Port Statistics
Full Duplex
Configuration
System
Resources
High Speed
Interface
Configuration
Flash Download
Clear NVRAM
Port Redirect
Function
Network Tools
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Figure 6-2
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6.3.2
Selecting Local Management Menu Screen Items
Select items on a menu screen by performing the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight a menu item.
2. Press ENTER. The selected menu item appears on the screen.
6.3.3
Exiting Local Management Screens
Exit a Local Management screen by performing the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the RETURN command at the bottom
of the Local Management screen.
2. Press ENTER. The previous screen in the Local Management
hierarchy appears.
NOTE
The user can also exit Local Management screens by pressing
ESC twice. This exit method does not warn about unsaved
changes and all unsaved changes will be lost.
3. Exit from 8H02-16 Local Management by repeating steps 1 and 2 until
the Device Menu screen appears.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the RETURN command at the bottom
of the Device Menu screen.
5. Press ENTER. The Password screen appears and the session ends.
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6.4
DEVICE MENU SCREEN
The Device Menu screen is the access point for all Local Management
screens. Figure 6-3 shows the Device Menu screen.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Device Menu
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
DEVICE CONFIGURATION
DEVICE STATISTICS
NETWORK TOOLS
RETURN
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Figure 6-3
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Device Menu Screen
The following explains each Device Menu screen field as shown in
Figure 6-3:
DEVICE CONFIGURATION
The Device Configuration screen provides access to the Local
Management screens that are used to configure the 8H02-16 and also to
the Device Specific Configuration Menu screen. The Device Specific
Configuration Menu screen provides access to the screens that allow the
user to check the 8H02-16 resources and set operating parameters specific
to each port. For details about the Device Configuration Menu screen,
refer to Section 6.5. For details about the Device Specific Configuration
Menu screen, refer to Section 6.11.
DEVICE STATISTICS
The Device Statistics screen provides statistics and performance
information for the 8H02-16. For details about this screen, refer to
Section 6.18.
NETWORK TOOLS
The Network Tools function resides on the 8H02-16 and consists of a
series of commands that allow the user to access and manage network
devices. Section 6.21 explains how to use the Network Tools utility.
If the terminal is idle for several minutes, the Password screen reappears
and the password has to be reentered.
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6.5
DEVICE CONFIGURATION MENU SCREEN
The Device Configuration Menu screen, Figure 6-4, provides access to
Local Management screens that allow the user to configure and monitor
operating parameters, modify SNMP community names, set SNMP traps,
configure bridge parameters and configure 8H02-16 ports.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Device Configuration Menu
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
GENERAL CONFIGURATION
SNMP COMMUNITY NAMES
SNMP TRAPS
BRIDGE CONFIGURATION
DEVICE SPECIFIC CONFIGURATION
RETURN
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Figure 6-4
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Device Configuration Menu Screen
The following explains each Device Configuration menu screen as shown
in Figure 6-4:
GENERAL CONFIGURATION
The General Configuration screen allows the user to monitor and
configure operating parameters for the 8H02-16. For details, refer
to Section 6.6.
SNMP COMMUNITY NAMES
The SNMP Community Names screen allows the user to change or review
the community names used as access passwords for local management
operation. For details, refer to Section 6.7.
SNMP TRAPS
The SNMP Traps screen provides display and configuration access to the
table of IP addresses used for trap destinations and associated community
names. For details, refer to Section 6.8.
BRIDGE CONFIGURATION
The Bridge Configuration screen provides basic setup options for making
a bridge operational in the network. For details, refer to Section 6.10.
DEVICE SPECIFIC CONFIGURATION
The Device Specific Configuration screen allows the user to select one of
four screens to configure ports or check system resources specific to the
8H02-16. For details, refer to Section 6.11.
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6.6
GENERAL CONFIGURATION SCREEN
The General Configuration screen, Figure 6-5, allows the user to set the
system date and time, IP addresses and Subnet Masks, the Default
Interface and Default Gateway, the TFTP Gateway IP address, and the
COM port configuration.
Access the General Configuration screen from the Device Configuration
Menu screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the General
Configuration option and pressing ENTER. The General Configuration
screen, Figure 6-5, appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
General Configuration
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
MAC Address:
00-00-ID-00-00-00
Device Date:
10/11/93
IP Address:
0.0.0.0
Device Time:
14:23:00
Subnet Mask:
0.0.0.0
Screen Refresh Time:
30 sec.
Default Gateway:
NONE DEFINED
Screen Lockout Time:
15 min.
Default Interface:
NONE DEFINED
TFTP Gateway IP Addr:
0.0.0.0
Com 1: [ENABLED]
Application: [LM]
SAVE
RETURN
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Figure 6-5
General Configuration Screen
The following briefly explains each General Configuration screen field:
MAC Address (Read-Only)
Displays the physical address of the 8H02-16.
IP Address (Modifiable)
The display allows the IP address to be set for the 8H02-16.
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Subnet Mask (Modifiable)
Displays the subnet mask for the 8H02-16. A subnet mask “masks out”
the network bits of the IP address by setting the bits in the mask to 1 when
the network treats the corresponding bits in the IP address as part of the
network or subnetwork address, or to 0 if the corresponding bit identifies
the host. For details about how to change the Subnet Mask from its default
value, refer to Section 6.6.2.
Default Gateway (Modifiable)
Displays the default gateway for the 8H02-16. This field is not defined
until an appropriate value is entered. For details about why and how to set
the Default Gateway, refer to Section 6.6.3.
Default Interface (Modifiable)
Displays the default interface for the 8H02-16 default gateway. The field
defaults to NONE. For details about when and how to set the Default
Interface, refer to Section 6.6.4.
TFTP Gateway IP Addr. (Modifiable)
Displays and allows the user to set the TFTP Gateway IP address for the
8H02-16. To set the TFTP Gateway IP address, refer to Section 6.6.5.
Device Date (Modifiable)
Contains a value that the device recognizes as the current date. To set a
new device date, refer to Section 6.6.6.
Device Time (Modifiable)
Contains a value that the device recognizes as the current time. To enter a
new time, refer to Section 6.6.7.
Screen Refresh Time (Modifiable)
Contains the rate at which the screens are updated. This setting
determines how frequently (in seconds) information is updated on the
screen. To enter a new update time, refer to Section 6.6.8.
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Screen Lockout Time (Modifiable)
Contains the maximum number of minutes that the Local Management
application displays a module’s screen while awaiting input or action
from a user. For example, if the number 5 is entered in this field, the user
has up to five minutes to respond to each of the specified module’s Local
Management screens. In this example, after five minutes of “idleness” (no
input or action), the terminal “beeps” five times, the Local Management
application terminates the session, and the display returns to the Password
screen. To enter a new lockout time, refer to Section 6.6.9.
Com 1 (Modifiable)
This field allows the user to enable or disable the COM port. The
selection toggles between ENABLE and DISABLE. The default is
ENABLED. For details about setting up the COM port, refer to
Section 6.6.10.
Application (Modifiable)
Displays the application set for the COM port. This field allows the user
to set the application that the COM port supports. The field steps between
LM (Local Management), SLIP (Serial Line Interface Protocol), PPP
(Point-to-Point Protocol), or UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply).
The UPS setting allows the COM port to be used to monitor an American
Power Conversion Smart Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS).
The baud rate setting for LM is automatically sensed. For UPS, the baud
rate is automatically set to 2400. The baud rate must be manually set in
the Baud Rate field if either PPP or SLIP is selected.
The default setting is LM. For details about how to configure the COM
port for various applications, refer to Section 6.6.10.
Baud Rate (Modifiable)
Displays the baud rate setting of the device attached to the 8H02-16
through the COM port. The field steps between 2400, 4800, 9600 or
19,200. This selection is only available if SLIP or PPP is selected in the
Application field.
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6.6.1
Setting the IP Address
Set the IP address by performing the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the IP Address field.
2. Enter the IP address into this field using Decimal Dotted Notation
(DDN) format.
For example: 134.141.79.120
3. Press ENTER. If the IP address is a valid format, the cursor returns to
the beginning of the IP address field. If the entry is not valid, the Event
Message Line displays “INVALID IP ADDRESS OR FORMAT
ENTERED”. Local Management does not alter the current value and
refreshes the IP address field with the previous value.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command, then press
ENTER. The “SAVED OK” message appears indicating that the
changes have been saved to memory.
NOTE
6.6.2
The device automatically resets after a new IP address is
saved.
Setting the Subnet Mask
If the management workstation that is to receive SNMP traps from the
8H02-16 is located on a separate subnet, the subnet mask for the 8H02-16
must be changed from its default.
To change the subnet mask from its default, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Subnet Mask field.
2. Enter the subnet mask into this field using Decimal Dotted Notation
(DDN) format.
For example: 255.255.0.0
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3. Press ENTER. If the subnet mask is valid, the cursor returns to the
beginning of the Subnet Mask field. If the entry is not valid, the Event
Message Line displays “INVALID SUBNET MASK OR FORMAT
ENTERED”. Local Management does not alter the current value, but
it does refresh the Subnet Mask field with the previous value.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command.
5. Press ENTER. The Event Message Line at the top of the screen
displays “SAVED OK”, and the device resets.
6.6.3
Setting the Default Gateway
If the SNMP management station is located on a different IP subnet than
the 8H02-16, a default gateway must be specified. When an SNMP Trap is
generated, the 8H02-16 sends the Trap to the default gateway. To set the
default gateway, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Default Gateway field.
2. Enter the IP address of the default gateway using the DDN format.
For example: 134.141.79.121
3. Press ENTER. If the default gateway entered is a valid format, the
cursor returns to the beginning of the Default Gateway field. If the
entry is not valid, the Event Message Line displays “INVALID
DEFAULT GATEWAY OR FORMAT ENTERED”. Local
Management does not alter the current value, but it does refresh the
Default Gateway field with the previous value.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command.
5. Press ENTER. The Event Message Line at the top of the screen
displays “SAVED OK”.
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6.6.4
Setting the Default Interface
The default interface is the interface channel for the designated default
gateway. Set the default interface by performing the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Default Interface field.
2. Enter the interface number for the default gateway in this field with a
value from 1 to 16.
3. Press ENTER. If the interface number entered is a valid format, the
cursor returns to the beginning of the Default Interface field. If the
entry is not valid, the Event Message Line displays “PERMISSIBLE
RANGE: 1...16”. Local Management does not alter the current value,
but it does refresh the Default Interface field with the previous value.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command.
5. Press ENTER. The Event Message Line at the top of the screen
displays “SAVED OK”.
6.6.5
Setting the TFTP Gateway IP Address
If the network TFTP server is located on a different IP subnet than the
8H02-16, a gateway IP address should be specified. To set the TFTP
gateway IP address, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the TFTP Gateway IP Address field.
2. Enter the IP address of the TFTP gateway using the DDN format.
For example: 134.141.80.122
3. Press ENTER. If the TFTP gateway IP address entered is a valid
format, the cursor returns to the beginning of the TFTP Gateway IP
Address field. If the entry is not valid, the Event Message Line
displays “INVALID TFTP GATEWAY IP ADDRESS OR FORMAT
ENTERED”. Local Management does not alter the current value, but
it does refresh the TFTP Gateway IP Address field with the previous
value.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command.
5. Press ENTER. The Event Message Line at the top of the screen
displays “SAVED OK”.
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6.6.6
Setting the Device Date
To set the system date, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Device Date field.
2. Enter the date in a MM/DD/YY format.
NOTE
It is not necessary to add separators between month, day, and
year numbers, as long as each entry uses two numeric
characters. For example, to set the date to 03/17/96, type
“031796” in the Device Date field.
3. Press ENTER to set the system calender to the date in the input field.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen and press ENTER.
If the date entered is a valid format, the Event Message Line at the top of
the screen displays “SAVED OK”. If the entry is not valid, Local
Management does not alter the current value, but it does refresh the
Device Date field with the previous value.
6.6.7
Setting the Device Time
To set the device clock, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Device Time field.
2. Enter the time in a 24-hour format, HH:MM:SS.
NOTE
When entering the time in the system time field, separators
between hours, minutes, and seconds do not need to be added
as long as each entry uses two numeric characters. For
example, to set the time to 6:45 A.M., type “064500” in the
Device Time field.
3. Press ENTER to set the system clock to the time in the input field.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen and press ENTER.
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If the time entered is a valid format, the Event Message Line at the top of
the screen displays “SAVED OK”. If the entry is not valid, Local
Management does not alter the current value and refreshes the Device
Time field with the previous value.
6.6.8
Entering a New Screen Refresh Time
The screen refresh time is set from 3 to 99 seconds with a default of 3
seconds. To set a new screen refresh rate, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Screen Refresh Time field.
2. Enter a number from 3 to 99.
3. Press ENTER to set the refresh rate to the time in the input field.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen and press ENTER.
If the time entered is within the 3 to 99 seconds range, the Event Message
Line at the top of the screen displays “SAVED OK”. If the entry is not
valid, Local Management does not alter the current setting, but it does
refresh the Screen Refresh Time field with the previous value.
6.6.9
Setting the Screen Lockout Time
The screen lockout time can be set from 1 to 30 minutes with a default of
15 minutes. To set a new lockout time, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Screen Lockout field.
2. Enter a number from 1 to 30.
3. Press ENTER to set the lockout time in the input field.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen and press ENTER.
If the time entered is within the 1 to 30 minutes range, the Event Message
Line at the top of the screen displays “SAVED OK”. If the entry is not
valid, Local Management does not alter the current setting, but it does
refresh the Screen Lockout Time field with the previous value.
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6.6.10 Configuring the COM Port
!
CAUT ION
Before altering the COM port settings, ensure that a valid IP
address is set for this device (Refer to Section 6.6.1, Setting
the IP Address). Read this entire COM port configuration
section before changing the settings of the COM port.
The 8H02-16 COM port supports the following applications:
NOTE
Refer to the Release Notes included with the 8H02-16 to verify
which COM Port applications are currently supported.
•
Local Management connections
•
American Power Conversion (APC) Uninterruptible Power Supply
(UPS) connections
•
Telnet connections using SLIP or PPP
To enable the COM port and select a supported application, refer to
Section 6.6.11 and Section 6.6.12.
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6.6.11 Enabling the COM Port
To enable the COM port, perform the following steps:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Com 1 field.
!
CAUT ION
Do NOT disable or alter the settings of the COM port while
operating the current Local Management connection through a
terminal. Altering the COM port settings disconnects the Local
Management terminal from the port, and ends the Local
Management session.
If the 8H02-16 was previously assigned a valid IP address,
reenter Local Management by establishing a Telnet connection
to the device. If the device does not have a valid IP address,
reset NVRAM on the 8H02-16 (refer to Appendix C) in order to
reestablish COM port communications.
2. Press the SPACE bar to choose either ENABLE or DISABLE.
!
CAUT ION
If the COM port is reconfigured without a valid IP address set
on the device, the message shown in Figure 6-6 appears.
Do not continue unless the outcome of the action is fully
understood.
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WARNING
THE COM PORT HAS BEEN RECONFIGURED AND THERE IS NO IP
ADDRESS SET FOR THIS DEVICE. YOU WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE
TO MANAGE THIS BOARD. DO YOU STILL WISH TO RECONFIGURE
THIS COM PORT?
YES
NO
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Figure 6-6
COM Port Warning Screen
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight YES. Press ENTER.
4. If you ENABLE the port, refer to Section 6.6.12. Otherwise, use the
arrow keys to highlight SAVE at the bottom of the screen, then press
ENTER.
5. When the message “SAVED OK” appears, the edits are saved.
!
CAUT ION
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6.6.12 Changing the COM Port Application
After enabling the COM port as described in Section 6.6.11, select one of
the four applications supported by the COM port: LM, SLIP, PPP or UPS.
The default application is LM.
!
CAUT ION
If the COM port is reconfigured without a valid IP address set
on the device, the message shown in Figure 6-6 appears. Do
not continue unless the outcome of the action is fully
understood.
To change the COM port application:
1. Use the arrows keys to highlight the Application field.
2. Use the SPACE bar or BACKSPACE to step through the available
settings until the required operation appears. Table 6-2 lists the
available settings and their corresponding applications.
Table 6-2
COM Port Application Settings
Setting
Application
[LM]
Local Management Session
[UPS]
APC Power Supply SNMP Proxy
[SLIP]
Serial Line Interface Protocol
[PPP]
Point-to-Point Protocol
3. Press ENTER to accept the application.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight SAVE at the bottom of the screen, then
press ENTER.
5. When the message “SAVED OK” appears, the edits are saved.
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6.6.13 Setting the Baud Rate
If SLIP or PPP is selected in the previous section, a separate field appears
to the right of the Application field that allows the user to select the baud
rate. Change the baud rate setting as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Baud Rate field.
2. Use the SPACE bar or BACKSPACE to step to the correct setting.
3. Press ENTER to accept the baud rate.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight SAVE at the bottom of the screen, then
press ENTER.
5. When the message “SAVED OK” appears, the edits are saved.
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6.7
SNMP COMMUNITY NAMES SCREEN
The SNMP Community Names option allows the user to set Local
Management community names. Community names act as passwords to
Local/Remote Management and are agents of security access to the
8H02-16. Access to the 8H02-16 is controlled by enacting any of three
different levels of security authorization (read-only, read-write, and
super-user).
Super-User access gives the user full management privileges,
allows existing passwords to be changed, and all modifiable
MIB objects for the Cabletron Container MIB and Internet
MIB-II to be edited.
NOTE
Access the SNMP Community Names screen from the Device
Configuration Menu screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the
SNMP Community Names option and pressing ENTER. The SNMP
Community Names screen, Figure 6-7, appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
SNMP Community Names
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Community Name
Access Policy
public
read-only
public
read-write
public
super-user
SAVE
RETURN
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The following explains each SNMP Community Names screen field:
Community Name (Modifiable)
Displays the user-defined name through which a user accesses the
8H02-16 Local Management. Any community name assigned here acts as
a password to Local Management.
Access Policy (Read-Only)
Indicates the access status accorded each community name. Possible
selections are as follows:
Read-Only (RO)
This community name gives the user extended
read-only access to 8H02-16 MIB objects, and
excludes access to security-protected fields of
read-write or super-user authorization.
Read-Write (RW)
This community name gives the user read and
write access to the 8H02-16 MIB objects,
excluding security protected fields for
super-user access only.
Super-User (SU)
This community name gives the user read-write
access to the 8H02-16 MIB objects and allows
the user to change all modifiable parameters
including community names, IP addresses,
traps, and SNMP objects.
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6.7.1
Establishing Community Names
The password used to access Local Management at the Password Screen
must have Super-User access in order for edits in the SNMP Community
Names screen to take effect. Using a password with Read-Only or
Read-Write access does not allow the user to edit the SNMP Community
Names screen.
NOTE
Any community name assigned in the SNMP Community
Names screen is a password to its corresponding level of
access to Local Management. The community name assigned
Super-User access is the only one that gives the user complete
access to Local Management.
To establish community names, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Community Name field adjacent
to the selected access level.
2. Enter the password in the field (maximum 31 characters).
3. Press ENTER.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 to modify the other community names.
5. Use the arrow keys to highlight SAVE at the bottom of the screen and
press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” appears. The community
names are saved to memory and their access modes implemented.
NOTE
Exiting without saving causes a “NOT SAVED?” message to
display above the SAVE command. Edits will be lost if they are
not saved before exiting.
6. To exit the screen, use the arrow keys to highlight RETURN and press
ENTER.
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6.8
SNMP TRAPS SCREEN
Since the 8H02-16 is an SNMP compliant device, it sends messages to
multiple Network Management Stations to alert users of status changes.
The SNMP Traps screen is shown in Figure 6-8.
Access the SNMP Traps screen from the Device Configuration Menu
screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the SNMP Traps option and
pressing ENTER. The SNMP Traps screen shown in Figure 6-8 appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
SNMP Traps
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Trap Destination
Trap Community Name
Enable Traps
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
0.0.0.0
public
[NO]
SAVE
RETURN
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Figure 6-8
The SNMP Traps Screen
The following explains each field of the SNMP Traps screen.
Trap Destination (Modifiable)
Indicates the IP address of the workstation to receive trap alarms up to
eight destinations.
Trap Community Name (Modifiable)
Displays the Community Name included in the trap message sent to the
Network Management Station with the associated IP address.
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Enable Traps (Toggle)
Enables transmission of the traps to the network management station with
the associated IP address. This field toggles between [YES] and [NO].
6.9
CONFIGURING THE TRAP TABLE
To configure the Trap table, proceed as follows:
1. Using the arrow keys, highlight the appropriate Trap Destination field.
2. Enter the IP Address of the workstation that is to receive traps. IP
address entries must follow the DDN format.
For example: 134.141.79.121
3. Press ENTER. If an invalid entry is entered “INVALID IP
ENTERED” is displayed in the Event Message Line.
4. Using the arrow keys, highlight the Trap Community Name field.
Enter the community name.
5. Press ENTER.
6. Using the arrow keys, highlight the Enable Traps field. Press the
SPACE bar to choose either [YES] (send alarms from the 8H02-16 to
the workstation), or [NO] (prevent alarms from being sent).
7. Using the arrow keys, highlight the SAVE option and press ENTER.
The message “SAVED OK” appears on the screen.
NOTE
Exiting without saving causes a “NOT SAVED?” message to
appear above the SAVE command. Edits will be lost if they are
not saved before exiting.
8. To exit the screen, use the arrow keys to highlight RETURN and press
ENTER.
The designated workstations now receive traps from the 8H02-16.
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6.10
BRIDGE CONFIGURATION SCREEN
The Bridge Configuration screen, Figure 6-9, provides the basic setup
options to make a bridge operational in your network.
Access the Bridge Configuration screen from the Device Configuration
menu by using the arrow keys to highlight the Bridge Configuration
option and pressing ENTER. The Bridge Configuration screen,
Figure 6-9, appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Bridge Configuration
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Bridge Address: 00-00-1D-00-00-00
Number of Ports: 16
Type of STA:
[DEC]
Port #
MAC Address
State
Status
1
00-00-1D-00-00-00
learning
[ENABLED]
2
00-00-1D-00-00-01
listening
[DISABLED]
3
00-00-1D-00-00-02
standby
[ENABLED]
4
00-00-1D-00-00-03
learning
[DISABLED]
5
00-00-1D-00-00-04
listening
[ENABLED]
6
00-00-1D-00-00-05
standby
[DISABLED]
7
00-00-1D-00-00-06
listening
[ENABLED]
8
00-00-1D-00-00-07
listening
[DISABLED]
SAVE
RETURN
[9-16]
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Figure 6-9
Bridge Configuration Screen
The following describe each field of the Bridge Configuration screen:
Bridge Address (Read-Only)
Displays the MAC address of the bridge.
Number of Ports (Read-Only)
Displays the total number of bridged ports on the 8H02-16.
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Type of STA (Toggle)
Allows the user to set the method that bridges use to decide which bridge
is the controlling (Root) bridge when two or more bridges exist in parallel
(Spanning Tree Algorithm). Valid entries include IEEE, DEC, and None.
To set the STA, refer to Section 6.10.1.
Port # (Read-Only)
Lists each bridge port on the device. If the number of ports is greater than
eight, then the additional ports are listed on subsequent screens.
MAC Address (Read-Only)
Displays the hardware address assigned to each listed port.
State (Read-Only)
Disabled: Management disabled this interface. No traffic is received or
forwarded while the interface is disabled.
Learning: The bridge is learning the network address of this interface. The
bridge enters the learning state when the Transparent Database is created
(during start-up or after being deleted), or when the Spanning Tree
Algorithm detects a network topology change.
Listening: The bridge is not adding information to the Transparent
Database. The bridge is monitoring BPDU traffic while preparing to move
from the learning to the forwarding state.
Forwarding: The bridge is on line and this interface is forwarding traffic.
Blocking: This interface will not forward any traffic through the bridge.
Status (Toggle)
Allows the user to disable or enable a port by setting the status of the
listed interface to either ENABLED or DISABLED. To set the port status,
refer to Section 6.10.2.
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6.10.1 Selecting the STA
The STA setting allows the user to set the method that the bridges use to
decide which is the controller (Root) bridge when two or more bridges are
in parallel (Spanning Tree Algorithm). The available selections are IEEE,
DEC, and NONE.
To set the STA, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Type of STA field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to step to the appropriate setting (IEEE, DEC, or
NONE).
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen.
4. Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed.
6.10.2 Setting (Enabling or Disabling) the Port Status
To set the status of an interface (port), proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Status field of the port.
2. Use the SPACE bar to toggle to either ENABLE or DISABLE.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen.
4. Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed.
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6.11
DEVICE SPECIFIC CONFIGURATION MENU
SCREEN
The Device Specific Configuration Menu screen, Figure 6-10, allows the
user to select one of four screens to configure ports or check system
resources specific to the 8H02-16.
Access the Device Specific Configuration Menu screen from the Device
Configuration Menu screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the
Device Specific Configuration Menu option and pressing ENTER. The
Device Specific Configuration Menu screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Device Specific Configuration Menu
Firmware Revision:
Device Name: 8H02-16
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
FULL DUPLEX CONFIGURATION
SYSTEM RESOURCES
HIGH SPEED INTERFACE CONFIGURATION
FLASH DOWNLOAD
CLEAR NVRAM
PORT REDIRECT FUNCTION
SAVE
RETURN
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Figure 6-10
Device Specific Configuration Menu Screen
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The following explains each field of the Device Specific Configuration
Menu screen:
Full Duplex Configuration
The Full Duplex Configuration screen allows each port (1 to 14) to be set
for either Standard Ethernet or Full Duplex operation. The screen also
indicates whether or not each port is linked to another 10BASE-T device
and if that port is enabled.
System Resources
The System Resources screen displays the amount of FLASH memory,
DRAM, or NVRAM installed, details how much memory is available and
provides information on 8H02-16 operation.
High Speed Interface Configuration
The High Speed Interface Configuration screen indicates which High
Speed Interface Modules are installed in ports 15 and 16, their current
operating mode, and if the ports are Linked. It also permits the
Auto-Negotiation and Advertised Ability features to be enabled or
disabled.
FLASH Download
This screen allows the user to download information from FLASH
memory and force the 8H02-16 to download a new image file from a
TFTP server.
!
Do not proceed with this operation unless the forced download
procedure is completely understood.
CAUT ION
Clear NVRAM
This screen allows the user to reset NVRAM to the factory default
settings. All user-entered parameters such as the IP address and
Community Names are then replaced with the 8H02-16 default
configuration settings.
!
Do not proceed with this operation unless the Clear NVRAM
procedure is completely understood.
CAUT ION
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Port Redirect Function
This screen allows the user to redirect traffic from one or multiple ports to
a specific destination port.
6.12
FULL DUPLEX CONFIGURATION SCREEN
The Full Duplex Configuration screen, Figure 6-11, allows the user to set
ports 1 through 14 for either Standard Ethernet or Full Duplex operation
and monitor each port to see whether or not it is enabled and linked to
another 10BASE-T device.
Access the Full Duplex Configuration screen from the Device Specific
Configuration Menu screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the Full
Duplex Configuration option in the Device Specific Configuration Menu
screen and press ENTER. The Full Duplex Configuration screen (Figure
6-11) appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Full Duplex Configuration
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
PORT #
OPERATION MODE
LINK STATUS
PORT STATUS
1
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
2
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
3
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
4
[STANDARD ENET]
No Link
ENABLED
5
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
6
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
7
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
8
[STANDARD ENET]
Link
ENABLED
SAVE
Set All Ports: [FULL]
[9-14]
RETURN
RETURN
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This section explains each field of the Full Duplex Configuration screen.
Operation Mode (Toggle)
Allows the user to set the specified port to transmit and receive data
separately or simultaneously. Set this field to one of the following values:
•
STANDARD ENET – The port is running at 10 Mbps (default) and
either transmits data or receives data, but not both at the same time. To
set Ethernet ports for Full Duplex operation, refer to Section 6.12.1.
•
FULL DUPLEX – The port transmits and receives data at the same
time (full duplex) and operates at 20 Mbps. To set Ethernet ports for
Full Duplex operation, refer to Section 6.12.1.
Link Status (Read-only)
Indicates whether there is a physical connection from this port to another
10BASE-T device. One of the following values appears:
•
Link – There is a 10BASE-T link signal present; there is a valid
physical connection from this port to another 10BASE-T device.
•
No Link – No 10BASE-T link signal present; there is no valid physical
connection from this port to another 10BASE-T device.
Port Status (Read-only)
Indicates whether the port was turned on or off administratively. One of
the following values is displayed:
•
ENABLED – The port is turned on administratively.
•
DISABLED – The port is turned off administratively.
NOTE
Enabling or disabling ports from the Bridge Configuration
screen is described in Section 6.10.2.
Set All Ports (Toggle)
Ports 1 through 14 can be set all at once to either STANDARD ENET or
FULL DUPLEX from this field.
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[Ports 9-14] (Read-only)
When the Full Duplex Configuration screen appears, the current operation
mode and status information are displayed for the first eight ports. This
field allows the user to step to a second screen for the same type of
information for ports 9 through 14. While on the second screen, this field
changes to [Ports 1-8] so the user can navigate back to the first screen.
The user can change the Operation Mode fields while in either the first or
second screen.
6.12.1 Setting the Operation Mode
To set one Ethernet port to either Standard Ethernet or Full Duplex
operating mode, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Operation Mode field adjacent to
the number of the port that you plan to change.
NOTE
The Operation Mode for the first 8 ports can be changed on the
first screen. To display the Operation Mode for Ports 9 through
14, use the arrow keys to highlight the [Ports 9-14] field and
press ENTER.
2. Press the SPACE bar until the appropriate mode (FULL DUPLEX or
STANDARD ENET) appears in the field.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command on the bottom
line of the screen.
4. Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed.
To set all 14 Ethernet ports for Full Duplex or Standard Ethernet, proceed
as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SET ALL PORTS field.
2. Press the SPACE bar until you see [FULL DUPLEX] or
[STANDARD ENET].
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command on the bottom
line of the screen.
4. Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed.
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6.13
SYSTEM RESOURCES SCREEN
The System Resources screen, Figure 6-12, provides information
concerning the processor used in the 8H02-16 and the amount of FLASH
memory, DRAM, and NVRAM that is installed and how much of that
memory is available.
Access the System Resources screen from the Device Specific
Configuration Menu screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the
System Resources option and pressing ENTER. The System Resources
screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
System Resources
Device Name: 8H02-16
Device Uptime: 0 days 1 hrs 21 mins
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
CPU Type: i960 HX 66Mhz
Flash Memory Installed : 2 MB
Available:
XXXXX Bytes
DRAM Installed:
4 MB
Available:
XXXXX Bytes
NVRAM Installed:
32 KB
Available:
XXXXX Bytes
Current Switch Utilization: 66%
Peak Switch Utilization: 75%
Reset Peak Switch Utilization: [NO]
CPU Management Reservation: [FULL]
RETURN
RETURN
SAVE
174223
Figure 6-12
System Resources Screen
The following briefly explains each field of the System Resources screen.
Device Uptime (Read-only)
The time in days/hours/minutes that the device has been continuously
running.
CPU Type (Read-only)
Indicates the microprocessor used in the 8H02-16.
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Flash Memory Installed (Read-only)
Indicates the amount of FLASH memory installed in the 8H02-16 and
how much is currently available.
DRAM Installed (Read-only)
Indicates the amount of DRAM installed in the 8H02-16 and how much
of it is currently available.
NVRAM Installed (Read-only)
Indicates the amount of NVRAM installed in the 8H02-16 and how much
of it is currently available.
Current Switch Utilization (Read-only)
Shows how much (percentage of capacity) the 8H02-16 is currently being
used.
Peak Switch Utilization (Read-only)
Shows the peak percentage of maximum switching capacity, since last
reset.
Reset Peak Switch Utilization (Toggle)
May be set to either YES or NO. YES resets the peak utilization.
CPU Management Reservation (Toggle)
May be set to OFF, LIMITED, or FULL.
•
OFF – During high traffic loads, management is given a low priority
and bridging is given the highest priority. Frames are not dropped
unless they exceed the maximum throughput for the device. Latency is
at a minimum. However, contact with management might be lost.
•
LIMITED – Management is given a higher priority. Frames may be
dropped, and management may be slow.
•
FULL – Management is given the highest priority. Frames may be
dropped. Management is very responsive.
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6.13.1 Resetting the Peak Switch Utilization
Set the Peak Switch Utilization field to YES or NO as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Peak Switch Utilization field.
2. Press the SPACE bar to select YES or NO.
3. Use the arrows keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen.
4. Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed.
6.13.2 Setting the CPU Management Reservation
To set the CPU Management Reservation to OFF, LIMITED, or FULL,
proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the CPU Management Reservation
field.
2. Press the SPACE bar to select OFF, LIMITED, or FULL.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command at the bottom of
the screen.
4. Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed.
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6.14
HIGH SPEED INTERFACE CONFIGURATION
SCREEN
The High Speed Interface Configuration screen, Figure 6-13, applies only
to ports 15 and 16. This screen supports the FE-100TX and the FE-100FX
Fast Ethernet Interface Modules that operate at 100 Mbps.
The High Speed Interface Configuration screen displays the types of
interfaces installed in ports 15 and 16, their current operating mode, and
indicates if the ports are linked. This screen also allows the user to enable
or disable Auto-Negotiation and set the Advertised Ability.
The High Speed Interface Configuration screen is accessed from the
Device Specific Configuration Menu screen by using the arrow keys to
highlight the High Speed Interface Configuration option and pressing
ENTER. The High Speed Interface Configuration screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
High Speed Interface Configuration
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Port 15
Port 16
Port Type
FE-100TX
N/A
Link Status
Link
No Link
Current Oper. Mode
100Base-TXFD
[N/A]
Desired Oper. Mode
[Auto-Negotiation]
Advertised Ability
[100Base-TXFD]
[N/A]
[Disabled]
[N/A]
RETURN
SAVE
174224
Figure 6-13
High Speed Interface Configuration Screen
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The following briefly explains each field of the High Speed Interface
Configuration screen.
Port Type (Read-only)
Displays the name of the interface (FE-100FX or FE-100TX) installed in
ports 15 and 16. Figure 6-13 shows that there is an FE-100TX interface
installed in Port 15 and no interface [N/A] in Port 16.
Link Status (Read-only)
Indicates whether or not there is a physical connection from this port to
another 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX/FX device. One of the following
values appears:
•
Link – There is a 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX/FX link signal present;
there is a valid physical connection from this port to another
10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX/FX device.
•
No Link – There is no 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX/FX link signal
present; there is no valid physical connection from this port to another
10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX/FX device.
Current Operational Mode (Read-only)
This field displays the current operating mode of ports 15 and 16.
Depending on whether a 100Base-FX or 100Base-TX is installed, this
field displays the following:
•
With a 100Base-FX interface: 100Base-FX or 100Base-FXFD (full
duplex)
•
With a 100Base-TX interface: Unknown, 10Base-T, 10Base-TFD
(full duplex), 100Base-TX, or 100Base-TXFD (full duplex).
Desired Operational Mode (Selectable)
This field allows the user to select the desired operational mode for an
interface in port 15 or 16. The field toggles between 100Base-FX and
100Base-FXFD (full duplex) when an FE-100FX is installed.
Section 6.14.1 describes how to configure a port with an FE-100FX.
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NOTE
In normal operation, the port with an FE-100TX installed
automatically establishes a link with the device at the other end
of the segment without requiring user setup. However, Local
Management provides the user with the option of manually
configuring that port.
If an FE-100TX is installed, the field steps to Auto-Negotiation,
10Base-T, 10Base-TFD (full duplex), 100Base-TX, and 100Base-TXFD
(full duplex). In normal operation, the port with an FE-100TX installed is
capable of auto-negotiating the operational mode and no further user
setup is required. Section 6.14.3 describes how to configure an
FE-100TX.
Advertised Ability (Selectable)
During auto-negotiation, the FE-100TX “tells” the device at the other end
of the segment what its capabilities are. The capabilities of a port (15 or
16) with an FE-100TX installed are 10Base-T, 10Base-TFD (full duplex
mode), 100Base-TX and 100Base-TXFD (full duplex mode). In normal
operation, with all capabilities enabled, the FE-100TX “advertises” that it
has the ability to operate in any mode. The Network Manager may choose
to set up the port so that only a portion of the available capabilities are
advertised and the others are disabled. For example, only 100Base-TX
and 100Base-TXFD might be enabled so that only devices that operate at
100 Mbps can communicate with that port.
6.14.1 Configuring an FE-100FX in Port 15 or 16
When an FE-100FX is installed in port 15 or 16, it must be manually set
to operate in the same technology as the device at the other end of the
connected segment. Section 6.14.2 provides instructions for manually
configuring the port with an FE-100FX interface.
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6.14.2 Setting the FE-100FX Operational Mode
Use this field to set the active technology. This field toggles between
100Base-FX and 100Base-FXFD (full duplex). To set the active
technology through Local Management, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Desired Operational Mode field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to select 100Base-FX or 100Base-FXFD (full
duplex).
3. Press ENTER. The port now operates in the chosen mode.
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command. Press ENTER.
The message “SAVED OK” appears and Local Management saves the
changes to memory.
6.14.3 Configuring an FE-100TX in Port 15 or 16
In normal operation, a port (15 or 16) with an FE-100TX interface
automatically establishes a link with the device at the other end of the
segment and no user setup is required. Section 6.14.4 and Section 6.14.5
provide instructions for manually configuring the port with an FE-100TX
installed.
6.14.4 Setting the FE-100TX Operational Mode
Use this field to set the active technology. This field steps between
Auto-Negotiation, 10Base-T, 10Base-TFD (full duplex), 100Base-TX,
and 100Base-TXFD (full duplex). If Auto-Negotiation is selected, the
FE-100TX automatically sets the active technology. To manually set the
active technology through Local Management, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Desired Operational Mode field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to select the desired mode. Press ENTER. If any
mode other than Auto-Negotiation is selected, the port only operates
in the chosen mode and auto-negotiation is disabled.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command. Press ENTER.
The message “SAVED OK” appears and Local Management saves the
changes to memory. The selected mode is displayed in both the
Desired Operational Mode field and the Current Operational Mode
field.
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6.14.5 Setting the FE-100TX Advertised Ability
In normal operation, a port (15 or 16) with an FE-100TX auto-negotiates
to the highest speed possible. Under some circumstances, the Network
Administrator may want the port to advertise only some of the available
modes and not operate in other modes. This field steps between 10Base-T,
10Base-TFD (full duplex), 100Base-TX, and 100Base-TXFD (full
duplex). To set the advertised ability, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Advertised Ability field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to select the mode to enable or disable.
3. Use the LEFT-ARROW key to move back to the Advertised Ability
selection and use the SPACE bar to select the next mode to enable or
disable.
4. Use the RIGHT-ARROW key to move across to the Enable/Disable
field to the right of the selection.
5. Use the SPACE bar to select Enable or Disable. Press ENTER.
Continue this process until you have completed enabling or disabling
the advertised modes.
6. Use the arrow keys to highlight the SAVE command. Press ENTER.
The message “SAVED OK” appears and Local Management saves the
changes to memory.
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6.15
FLASH DOWNLOAD SCREEN
The Flash Download screen, shown in Figure 6-14, allows the user to
clear the information stored in the 8H02-16 FLASH memory and
download a new image file from a TFTP server. The user may also force a
download by changing the position of Switch 6 located inside the device.
Refer to Section C.3, Setting the Mode Switch, for details.
Before downloading a new image to the device, load the image onto the
network TFTP server.
NOTE
For information on how to setup a workstation as a TFTP
server, refer to the specific workstation documentation.
Access the Download screen from the Device Specific Configuration
screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the Flash Download option
and pressing ENTER. The Flash Download screen appears.
TFTP DOWNLOAD. WILL COMMIT TO FLASH. REBOOT IN PROGRESS...
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Flash Download
Firmware Revision:
Device Name: 8H02-16
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Download Method:
[TFTP]
Reboot After Download:
YES
TFTP Gateway IP Addr:
134.141.79.123
Last Image Server IP:
134.141.79.121
Last Image File Name:
Download Server IP:
Download File Name:
/tftpboot/8H02.hex
134.141.79.121
/tftpboot/8H02.hex
EXECUTE
RETURN
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Flash Download Screen
The following briefly explains each field of the Flash Download screen:
Download Method (Selectable)
This field toggles between BOOTP and TFTP. If set for BootP, the
device sends out a BootP request to determine the IP address of the TFTP
server and the filename of the image to be downloaded. If set for TFTP,
the 8H02-16 attempts a TFTP download based on the IP address and
filename entered in the fields at the bottom of the Flash Download screen.
Reboot After Download (Read-only)
This field notifies the user that the 8H02-16 will reboot after the download
is complete.
TFTP Gateway IP Addr (Selectable)
This field shows the IP address of the TFTP gateway server defined in the
General Configuration screen in Section 6.6.5, Setting the TFTP
Gateway IP Address.
Last Image Server IP (Read-only)
This field shows the IP address of the server used for the previous FLASH
Download.
Last Image File Name (Read-only)
This field shows the complete path and file name of the last image
downloaded to FLASH.
If TFTP is selected as the download method (Figure 6-14), the following
two additional fields appear:
Download Server IP (Selectable)
The IP address of the TFTP server to be used for the FLASH download is
entered in this field.
Download File Name (Selectable)
The complete path and file name of the new image is entered in this field.
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6.15.1 Image File Download Using TFTP
Set the 8H02-16 to download to FLASH using TFTP as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Download Method field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to select TFTP.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the TFTP Gateway IP Addr field.
4. Set the IP address of the TFTP gateway server (this defaults to the
same IP address as that set in the TFTP Gateway IP Addr field on the
General Configuration screen).
5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Download Server IP field.
6. Enter the IP address of the TFTP server using the DDN format.
For example: 134.141.79.121
7. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Download File Name field.
8. Enter the complete pathway and file name of the image stored on the
download server.
For example: /tftpboot/8H02.hex
9. Use the arrow keys to highlight EXECUTE at the bottom of the screen
and press ENTER. The message “TFTP DOWNLOAD. WILL
COMMIT TO FLASH. REBOOT IN PROGRESS...” appears in the
event message line at the top of the screen and the new image is
downloaded into FLASH memory.
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6.15.2 Image File Download Using BootP
Set the 8H02-16 to download to FLASH using BootP as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Download Method field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to select BOOTP.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the TFTP Gateway IP Addr field. Set
the IP address of the TFTP gateway server (this defaults to the same
IP address set in the TFTP Gateway IP Addr field in the General
Configuration screen).
4. Use the arrow keys to highlight EXECUTE at the bottom of the screen
and press ENTER. The message “BOOTP DOWNLOAD. WILL
COMMIT TO FLASH. REBOOT IN PROGRESS...” appears in the
event message line at the top of the screen and the new image is
downloaded into FLASH memory.
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6.16
!
CLEAR NVRAM SCREEN
CAUT ION
Clearing NVRAM will result in the loss of all user-entered
parameters. Do not proceed unless this procedure is
completely understood.
The Clear NVRAM screen shown in Figure 6-15 allows the user to clear
all user-entered parameters such as the IP address, Interface
Configuration, COM Port Configuration and Community Names from
NVRAM.
Access the Clear NVRAM screen from the Device Specific Configuration
screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the Clear NVRAM screen and
pressing ENTER. The Clear NVRAM screen appears.
CLEARING NVRAM. REBOOT IN PROGRESS...
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Clear NVRAM
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Clear NVRAM: [YES]
EXECUTE
RETURN
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Clear NVRAM Screen
Clear NVRAM as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Clear NVRAM field.
2. Use the SPACE bar to toggle the field to YES.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight EXECUTE at the bottom of the
screen.
4. Press ENTER. The warning shown in Figure 6-16 is displayed.
WARNING
YOU HAVE ELECTED TO CLEAR NVRAM. THIS WILL CLEAR
ALL SYSTEM DEFAULTS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
IP ADDRESS, INTERFACE CONFIGURATION, AND COM PORT
CONFIGURATION, THEN RESET THE BOARD.
ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO CLEAR NVRAM?
YES
NO
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Figure 6-16
Clear NVRAM Warning Screen
5. Press YES and the message “CLEARING NVRAM. REBOOT IN
PROGRESS...” appears.
6. The 8H02-16 clears NVRAM and reboots. All user-entered
parameters default to factory default settings.
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6.17
PORT REDIRECT FUNCTION SCREEN
The Port Redirect Function screen, Figure 6-17, allows the user to set
each one of the ports 1 through 16 as a source or destination port. A port
can be set to have one or more destination ports. For example, port 1 can
be set as a source port with three destinations, ports 2, 3, and 4. Traffic
from port 1 is then automatically redirected to ports 2, 3, and 4. Port 1 can
also serve as a destination port for other ports.
Although all traffic from the source port (including errored
frames) is sent to the destination port, normal switching is still
performed for all frames on the source port.
NOTE
Access the Port Redirect Function screen from the Device Specific
Configuration Menu screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the Port
Redirect Function option and pressing ENTER. The Port Redirect
Function screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Port Redirect Function
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Source Port:
Destination Port:
1
2
1
3
1
4
2
1
2
3
3
4
3
5
3
6
Source Port [1]
Destination Port [1]
NEXT
SAVE
Status [ADD]
PREVIOUS
RETURN
RETURN
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Port Redirect Function Screen
The following definitions briefly explain each field of the Port Redirect
Function screen:
Source Port (Read-only)
Shows which ports are currently set as source ports.
Destination Port (Read-only)
Shows which ports are currently set as destination ports.
Source Port [n] (Selectable)
Allows a selected port [n] to be changed to a source port.
Destination Port [n] (Selectable)
Allows a selected port [n] to be changed to a destination port.
Status (Selectable)
Allows you to add or delete the source and destination ports selected in
the Source Port [n] and Destination Port [n] fields.
6.17.1 Displaying the Source and Destination Entries
There can be more than one Port Redirect Function screen depending on
the number of port redirect entries. Each screen displays up to 10 port
redirect entries. If there is more than one screen of redirect entries, the
Next and/or Previous command is displayed at the bottom of the screen,
allowing the user to navigate to either the next or previous screen.
For example, with three screens of entries, the Next command appears at
the bottom of the first screen. In the second screen, the Next and Previous
commands are displayed. In the last screen, only the Previous command
is displayed.
To display the next screen, use the arrow keys to highlight Next. Press
ENTER and the next screen of entries is displayed.
To display the previous screen, use the arrow keys to highlight Previous.
Press ENTER to view the entries in the previous screen.
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6.17.2 Changing Source and Destination Ports
Add or delete source port and destination port entries as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Source Port field.
2. Press the SPACE bar or BACKSPACE one or more times to increment
or decrement the port number displayed in the brackets [n] until the
appropriate port number is displayed.
3. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Destination Port field.
4. Use the SPACE bar or BACKSPACE to step to the appropriate port
number for the destination port.
5. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Status field.
6. Use the SPACE bar to select either the ADD or DEL (delete) option.
Press ENTER. This adds or deletes the port selections made in steps 2
and 4 and also updates the screen Source Port and Destination Port list.
NOTE
If more than one port is to be redirected, repeat steps 1 through
6 for each additional setting, then go to step 7 to save all the
new settings at once.
7. Use the arrow keys to highlight SAVE at the bottom of the screen.
Press ENTER. The message “SAVED OK” is displayed. This saves
the new settings and updates the Source Port and Destination Port
read-only fields.
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6.18
DEVICE STATISTICS MENU SCREEN
The Device Statistics Menu screen, Figure 6-18, provides access to
screens that allow the user to obtain bridge statistics about frame traffic
through each interface and view operating statistics about each port.
Access the Device Statistics Menu from the Device Menu screen by using
the arrow keys to highlight the Device Statistics Menu option and
pressing ENTER. The Device Statistics Menu screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Device Statistics Menu
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
BRIDGE STATISTICS
PORT STATISTICS
RETURN
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Figure 6-18
Device Statistics Menu Screen
The Device Statistics Menu screen displays the following menu items:
BRIDGE STATISTICS
The Bridge Statistics screen lists the number of frames received,
transmitted, filtered, and forwarded by each interface.
PORT STATISTICS
The Port Statistics screen provides the operating statistics of each port on
a port-by-port basis.
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6.19
BRIDGE STATISTICS SCREEN
The Bridge Statistics screen, Figure 6-19, lists the number of frames
received, transmitted, filtered, and forwarded by each interface.
Access the Bridge Statistics screen from the Device Statistics Menu
screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the Bridge Statistics option
and pressing ENTER. The Bridge Statistics screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Bridge Statistics
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Interface #
Frames Rcvd
Frames Txmtd
1
100
100
0
100
2
100
100
0
100
3
100
100
0
100
4
100
100
0
100
5
100
100
0
100
6
100
100
0
100
7
100
100
0
100
8
100
100
0
100
9
100
100
0
100
10
100
100
0
100
11
100
100
0
100
12
100
100
0
100
Frames Fltrd
Frames Frwded
RETURN
[13 - 16]
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Figure 6-19
Bridge Statistics Screen
The Bridge Statistics screen displays the following menu items:
Interface # (Read-Only)
Identifies the interface or port number.
Frames Rcvd (Read-Only)
Displays the number of frames received by the interface.
Frames Txmtd (Read-Only)
Displays the number of frames transmitted by the interface.
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Frames Fltrd (Read-Only)
Displays the number of frames filtered by the interface.
Frames Frwded (Read-Only)
Displays the number of frames forwarded by the interface.
6.20
PORT STATISTICS SCREEN
Operating statistics for each port, on a port-by-port basis, are viewed
through the Port Statistics screen shown in Figure 6-20.
Access the Port Statistics screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the
Port Statistics option on the Device Statistics Menu screen and pressing
ENTER. The Port Statistics screen appears.
Event Message Line
8H02-16 LOCAL MANAGEMENT
Port Statistics
Device Name: 8H02-16
Firmware Revision:
XX.XX.XX
BOOTPROM Revision: XX.XX.XX
Port # xx
Bytes: 7500456
Link Status:
No Link
Port Type:
RJ45
0
Port Status:
ENABLED
Collisions:
0
Application:
BRIDGING
CRC/Alignment Errors:
0
Operation Mode:
FULL DUPLEX
Undersize Packets:
0
Oversize Packets:
0
Fragments:
0
Jabbers:
0
Broadcasts:
0
Multicasts:
0
Frames:
6789
Total Errors:
RETURN
Port #:
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The following definitions explain each field of the Port Statistics screen:
Port # (Selectable)
Indicates the current port for which statistics are displayed. To select a
port, refer to Section 6.20.1.
Bytes (Read-only)
Displays the number of bytes transmitted and received.
Frames (Read-only)
Displays the number of frames transmitted and received.
Total Errors (Read-only)
Displays the total number of errors on this port.
Collisions (Read-only)
Displays the total number of collisions detected on this port.
CRC/Alignment Errors (Read-only)
Displays the number of packets with bad Cyclic Redundancy Checks
(CRC) received from the network. The CRC is a 4-byte field in the data
packet that ensures that the data that is received is the same as the data
that was originally sent. Alignment errors are due to misaligned packets.
Undersize Packets (Read-only)
Displays the number of packets received whose size was less than the
minimum Ethernet frame size of 64 bytes, not including preamble.
Oversize Packets (Read-only)
Displays the number of packets received whose size exceeded 1518 data
bytes, not including preamble.
Fragments (Read-only)
Displays the number of received packets that are not the minimum
number of bytes in length or received packets that had a bad Frame Check
Sequence (FCS) and were less than 64 bytes in length (excluding framing
bits, but including FCS bytes).
Jabbers (Read-only)
Displays the total number of Jabber conditions detected on this port.
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Broadcasts (Read-only)
Displays the number of broadcasts transmitted and received.
Multicasts (Read-only)
Displays the number of multicasts transmitted and received.
Link Status (Read-only)
Displays either Link, No Link or N/A.
Port Type (Read-only)
Displays either RJ45 or MMF SC (multimode fiber, SC connector for
FE-100FX port).
Port Status (Read-only)
Indicates the status of the selected port. Possible values are ENABLED
and DISABLED.
Application (Read-only)
Displays BRIDGING, indicating that the port is operating as a bridge.
Operation Mode (Read-only)
Displays one of the following values:
•
Standard Enet – The port can either transmit data or receive data, but
not both at the same time. The port is running at 10 Mbps.
•
Full Duplex – The port can transmit and receive data at the same time.
The port is running at 20 Mbps.
6.20.1 Displaying Port Statistics
To display the statistics for any port, proceed as follows:
1. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Port # field.
2. Press the SPACE bar to increment (or press the DEL (delete) key to
decrement) the port number.
3. Press ENTER (neither the Port # field nor the statistics will change
until ENTER is pressed).
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6.21
NETWORK TOOLS
The Network Tools function, shown in Figure 6-21, resides on the
8H02-16 and allows the user to access and manage network devices.
Access the Network Tools screen by using the arrow keys to highlight the
Network Tools option on the Device Menu screen and pressing ENTER.
The Network Tools screen appears.
Welcome to Network Tools
NetTools-> help
arp
netstat
show
bridge
ping
traceroute
defroute
reset
SPECIAL:
done, quit, or exit - Exit from the Network Tools.
For help with a specific command, type 'help <command>'.
NetTools->
090829
Figure 6-21
Network Tools Help Screen
The Network Tools functions are performed using a series of commands.
Entering commands in Network Tools involves typing the command to be
executed at the Network Tools prompt, adding any desired or required
extensions, and pressing ENTER.
There are two categories of commands in the command set.
•
Built-in Commands - Allow the user to access and manage network
devices. The commands are: arp, bridge, defroute, netstat, ping,
reset, show, and traceroute.
•
Special Commands - Allow the user to exit from Network Tools. The
commands are done, exit, and quit.
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NOTE
The conventions used here to describe Network Tools are as
follows:
•
Information entered by the user is in helvetica font
•
Arguments enclosed by [ ] are required
•
Arguments enclosed by < > are optional
•
To abort or interrupt a process, press the control key and c
key simultaneously, designated, or ^c here.
6.21.1 Built-in Commands
The built-in commands listed in this section activate functions on the LM
managed device or devices being accessed through MIB Navigation.
arp:
Syntax:
arp <options>
Description:
The arp command provides access to the ARP
(Address Resolution Protocol) cache, enabling
you to view cache data, delete entries, or add a
static route. Super-User access is required to
delete an entry or add a static route.
Each ARP cache entry lists the network
interface that the device is connected to, the
device’s network address or IP address, the
device’s physical address or MAC address, and
the media type of connection to the device.
Media types are displayed as numbers, which
stand for the following states:
1 - Other
2 - Invalid entry (cannot ping device, timed out,
etc.)
3 - Dynamic route entry
4 - Static route entry (not subject to change)
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You can specify the arp command without options, or with one of the
following options:
Options:
-a View cache data
-d Delete an IP address entry. Requires
additional arguments: <Interface Number> <IP
address>
-s Adds a static entry. Requires additional
arguments: <Interface Number> <IP address>
<MAC address>
-f Flush the ARP cache
Example:
NetTools-> arp -a
# Interface
# (SonicInt)
# (SonicInt)
# (SonicInt)
# (SonicInt)
Network Address
122.144.40.111
122.144.48.109
122.144.52.68
122.144.21.43
Physical Address
00.00.0e.12.3c.04
00.00.0e.f3.3d.14
00.00.0e.12.3c.04
00.00.0e.03.1d.3c
Media Type
3(dynamic)
3(dynamic)
3(dynamic)
3(dynamic)
NetTools-> arp -d 1 122.144.52.68
NetTools-> arp -s 1 22.44.2.3 00:00:0e:03:1d:3c
NetTools-> arp -f
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bridge:
Syntax:
bridge [ENABLE/DISABLE] [IFNUM/ALL]
Description:
The bridge command allows bridge
management to be enabled or disabled at the
user’s request, either one at a time or all at once.
Specifying a single interface number will affect
the bridging status of that interface, while
specifying ALL will affect every interface.
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> bridge disable all
NetTools-> bridge enable 1
NetTools-> bridge disable 1
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defroute:
Syntax:
defroute [interface number] [IP address]
Description:
The defroute command allows the user to view,
set or delete the default IP route to a managed
device through the specified interface.
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> defroute 2 147.152.42.32
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netstat:
Syntax:
netstat [option]
Description:
The netstat command provides a display of
general network statistics for the managed
device. The netstat command must be used with
one of the two display options.
Options:
-i Displays status and capability information for
each interface
-r Displays routing information for each
interface
Example:
NetTools-> netstat -i
Interface + Description
MTU
Speed
Admin
Oper
MAC Addr
# 1 (ethernet -csmacd)
# 2 (ethernet - csmacd)
# 3 (ethernet - csmacd)
# 4 (ethernet - csmacd)
1514
1514
1514
1514
10000000
10000000
10000000
10000000
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
up
0x00 0x00 0x1d 0x07 0x50 0x0e
0x00 0x00 0x1d 0x07 0x50 0x0f
0x00 0x00 0x1d 0x07 0x50 0x10
0x00 0x00 0x1d 0x07 0x50 0x11
NetTools-> netstat -r
Destination
Next-hop
Interface
# Default Route
# 134.141.0.0
# 134.141.0.0
DirectConnection
DirectConnection
DirectConnection
1
2
3
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ping:
Syntax:
ping [IP address]
Description:
The ping command generates an outbound ping
request to check the status (alive/not alive) of a
device at a specified IP address.
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> ping 122.144.40.10
122.144.40.10 is alive
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reset:
Syntax:
reset
Description:
The reset command allows a soft reset of the
device. The user will be queried to confirm the
reset command to insure against unwanted
resets.
!
The Network Tools connection to the device will be terminated
upon execution of this command.
CAUT ION
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> reset
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show:
Syntax:
show [PROTOCOL] [TABLE]
Description:
The show command displays information
concerning various components of the device.
Protocols currently supported are IP, IPX,
DECnet, and AppleTalk. Components of those
protocols that are currently supported are ARP
caches, route tables, FIB tables, server tables,
and interface tables. The number of valid
entries in the table will be displayed at the end
of the table display.
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> show Appletalk interfaces
# Interface
#1
#2
AdminStatus
enabled
disabled
OperStatus
enabled
disabled
MTU
1500
1500
Forwarding
enabled
disabled
Framing
ethernet
ethernet
NetTools-> show IP ARP
# Interface
#3
#4
MediaType
3 (dynamic)
3 (dynamic)
PhysicalAddress
00:00:1d:04:40:5d
08:00:20:0e:d8:31
NetworkAddress
123.456.40.1
123.456.40.30
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traceroute:
Syntax:
traceroute [IP address]
Description:
The traceroute command generates a
TRACEROUTE request to a specified IP
address and provides a display of all next-hop
routers in the path to the device. If the device is
not reached, the command displays all next-hop
routers to the point of failure.
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> traceroute 122.144.11.52
# next-hop[0] : 122.144.60.45
# next-hop[1] : 122.144.8.113
# next-hop[2] : 122.144.61.45
# 122.144.11.52 is alive : 3 hops away.
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6.21.2 Special Commands
done, quit, exit:
Syntax:
done
Description:
The done command enables the user to exit
from Network Tools and return to the Main
Menu screen.
Options:
Not Applicable
Example:
NetTools-> done
Connection closed
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APPENDIX A
SPECIFICATIONS
This appendix provides operating specifications for the Cabletron
Systems 8H02-16. Cabletron Systems reserves the right to change these
specifications at any time without notice.
A.1
DEVICE SPECIFICATIONS
Processor:
Dynamic Random Access
Memory (DRAM):
FLASH Memory:
A.2
4 MB upgradable to 8 MB
2 MB
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Dimensions:
7.1H x 43.2W x 34.3D (cm)
2.8H x 17W x 13.5D (in)
4.1 kg (9 lb)
200,000 hours
Weight (Unit):
MTBF (Predicted):
A.3
Intel i960 RISC processor control
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Line Input Range
Volts (V)
Input Current
Amperes (A)
100–125 Vac
1.0 A
200–250 Vac
0.5 A
A.4
Frequency
Hertz (Hz)
Input Power
Volt Amps (VA)
50/60 Hz
100 VA
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Operating Humidity:
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5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
-30° to 90°C (-22° to 194°F)
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
A-1
Appendix A: Specifications
A.5
INPUT/OUTPUT PORTS
Ports 1 through 14
Ethernet (10BASE-T compliant) with
RJ45 type connectors.
Slots accept two types of optional Fast
Ethernet Interface Modules:
the FE100-TX and the FE100-FX.
Slots for optional ports 15
and 16
A.6
COM PORT/PIN ASSIGNMENTS
COM port
Serial communications port that
supports Local Management or
connection to a UPS. Also supports
SLIP and PPP for the 8H02-16
management purposes.
The COM port has the following pin assignments:
Table A-1
COM Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Signal Name
Input/Output
1
Transmit Data (XMT)
Output
2
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
Output
3
Data Set Ready (DSR)
Input
4
Receive Data (RCV)
Input
5
Signal Ground (GND)
NA
6
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Output
7
Request to Send (RTS)
Input
8
Clear to Send (CTS)
NA
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Agency Approvals
A.7
AGENCY APPROVALS
Safety
The 8H02-16 meets the safety requirements of UL 1950, CSA C22.2
No. 950, EN 60950 and IEC 950.
Immunity
The 8H02-16 meets the immunity requirements of EN 50082-1 including:
IEC 801-2 (ESD), IEC 801-3 (Radiated Susceptibility), and IEC 801-4
(EFT/B).
Emission
The 8H02-16 meets the emission requirements of FCC Part 15 Class A,
EN 55022 Class A and VCCI Class 1.
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APPENDIX B
FE-100TX AND FE-100FX SPECIFICATIONS
The 8H02-16 supports two Fast Ethernet Interface Modules:
•
FE-100TX
•
FE-100FX
This appendix provides the specifications for these modules.
B.1
FE-100TX
The FE-100TX uses an RJ45 connector supporting Unshielded Twisted
Pair (UTP) cabling.
The slide switch on the FE-100TX determines the crossover status of the
cable pairs. If the switch is on the X side, the pairs are internally crossed
over. If the switch is on the = side, the pairs are not internally crossed
over. Figure B-1 shows the pinouts for the FE-100TX in both positions.
Position X
(crossed over)
Position =
(not crossed over)
1. TX+
2. TX3. RX+
4. NC
5. NC
6. RX7. NC
8. NC
=
x
10
100
FE-100TX
1. RX+
2. RX3. TX+
4. NC
5. NC
6. TX7. NC
8. NC
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Figure B-1
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FE-100TX Pinouts
B-1
Appendix B: FE-100TX and FE-100FX Specifications
B.2
FE-100FX
The FE-100FX shown in Figure B-2 uses an SC style connector that
supports multimode fiber optic cabling. Specifications for the FE-100FX
are listed below.
FX
FE-100
16
15
174240
Figure B-2
Table B-1
Cable Type
FE-100FX
Transmitter Power
Worst Case Budget
Typical Budget
50/125 µm fiber
6.0 dB
9.0 dB
62.5/125 µm fiber
9.0 dB
12.0 dB
100/140 µm fiber
15.0 dB
18.0 dB
The transmitter power levels and receive sensitivity levels listed are peak
power levels after optical overshoot. A peak power meter must be used to
correctly compare the values given above to those measured on any
particular port. If power levels are being measured with an average power
meter, add 3 dB to the measurement to compare the measured values to
the values listed above.
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APPENDIX C
OPTIONAL INSTALLATIONS AND
MODE SWITCH BANK SETTINGS
ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD
ATTEMPT THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES.
NUR QUALIFIEZIERTE SERVICE PERSONNAL DIE
FOLGENDE PROCEDURE FOLGEN SOLLTEN.
SOLAMENTE PERSONAL CALIFICADO DEBE INTENTAR
ESTE PROCEDIMIENTO.
The top cover must be removed to gain access to the mode bank switches
and to install the Fast Ethernet Interface Modules.
This appendix covers the following items:
•
Required tools (Section C.1)
•
Removing the chassis cover (Section C.2)
•
Locations, functions, and settings for the mode switches (Section C.3)
•
Installing Optional Fast Ethernet Interface Modules (Section C.4)
C.1
REQUIRED TOOLS
You need the following tools to perform the procedures covered in this
appendix:
•
Antistatic wrist strap
•
Phillips screwdriver
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Appendix C: Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings
C.2
REMOVING THE CHASSIS COVER
This section describes how to remove the 8H02-16 chassis cover.
DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER FROM THE 8H02-16 WHILE
POWER IS APPLIED TO THE UNIT. HAZARDOUS
VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT AND COULD CAUSE
PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR DAMAGE THE UNIT.
DO NOT POWER UP THE 8H02-16 AGAIN UNTIL THE
COVER AND SCREWS ARE IN PLACE.
DECKEL VON DAS 8H02-16 NICHT ABZIEHEN UNTER
SPANNUNG. GEFAHR FÜR DAS PERSONNAL UND/ODER
DAS GERÄT WEGEN GEFÄHRLICHE SPANNUNGEN
ENSTEHT.
8H02-16 NICHEINSCHALTEN SO LANG DER DECKEL UND
SCHRAUBEN NICHT EINGEBAUT SIND.
NO DEBE DE REMOVER LA TAPA DURENTE QUE ESTE
CONELTADO A LA CORRIENTE, UNA DESCARGA
ELECTRICA LE PUEDE CAUSAR Y PROBOCARLE DAÑOS,
AL IGUAL QUE AL APARATO.
NO ENCHUFE A LA CORRIENTE HASTA QUE LA TAPA Y
LOS TORNILLOS ESTEN EN SU LUGAR.
To remove the chassis cover, proceed as follows:
1. Disconnect the 8H02-16 from the network as follows:
a. Unplug the power cord from the rear of the 8H02-16 chassis.
TURN OFF THE 8H02-16 BY UNPLUGGING THE POWER
CORD FROM THE REAR OF THE CHASSIS.
AM HINTEN DES 8H02-16 STECHEI ABZIEHEN UM AUS ZU
SCHALTEN.
APAGUE EL 8H02-16 DESENCHUFE EL CABLE DE LA
UNIDAD.
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Removing the Chassis Cover
TIP
Before performing step b, mark the cables connected to the
8H02-16 according to their associated port numbers. This is
recommended for ease of reinstallation.
b. Disconnect all network cables attached to the 8H02-16.
2. If the 8H02-16 is rack mounted, remove it from the rack and remove
the rackmount brackets (refer to Chapter 3, Installation).
3. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws attaching the cover to
the 8H02-16 chassis. (See Figure C-1.)
4. Remove the cover by sliding it back until it clears the front of the
chassis and then lifting it straight up and off of the chassis.
To reinstall the chassis cover, perform the removal procedures in reverse.
Chassis Cover
Chassis
Cover Screws (7)
1742-30
Figure C-1
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Removing the Chassis Cover
C-3
Appendix C: Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings
C.3
SETTING THE MODE SWITCH
These switches are set at the factory and do not need to be changed unless
you intend to perform the following:
•
Force download a new image file from a BootP server.
•
Clear the NVRAM and restore all user-entered parameters such as the
IP address and Community Names to the 8H02-16 “Default”
configuration settings.
•
Clear user-entered passwords stored in NVRAM and restore the
default passwords.
•
Figure C-2 shows the location of the mode switches and the switch
settings for normal operation.
8H02-16 TOP VIEW WITHOUT COVER
MODE SWITCH BANK
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8H02-16 Mode Switch Location/Component Layout
Switch definitions and positions are as follows:
•
Switches 1 through 4 – For Cabletron Systems use only.
•
Switch 5 – Autobaud Enable. The default (OFF) position enables
Autobaud sensing on the COM port for Local Management sessions.
Changing the switch to the ON position disables Autobaud sensing and
sets the COM port to 9600 baud for Local Management sessions.
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Setting the Mode Switch
•
Switch 6 - Forced Download. Changing the position of this switch
(i.e., moving the switch from one position to the other) clears
download information from NVRAM and forces the 8H02-16 to
download a new image file from a BootP server.
NOTE
After changing the position of switch 6, DO NOT reapply power
to the 8H02-16 until there is a station acting as a BootP server,
which contains the image file.
After changing the position of switch 6 and restarting the 8H02-16, the
8H02-16 requests a new image download until it either receives a new
image or the RESET button on the front panel is pressed. When the
RESET button is pressed, the 8H02-16 continues trying to contact a
BootP server, but will time out in approximately one minute. If the
8H02-16 times out, the image is downloaded from its FLASH memory.
•
Switch 7 - Clear NVRAM. Changing the position of this switch resets
NVRAM on either the next power up or the next operation of the front
panel RESET switch. All user-entered parameters such as the IP
address and Community Names are replaced with the 8H02-16
“Default” configuration settings.
•
Switch 8 - Password Defaults. Changing the position of this switch
clears user-entered passwords stored in NVRAM, and restores the
default passwords. Once the 8H02-16 is reset, the passwords can either
be reentered or the default passwords (Public and ENTER or
RETURN) may be used.
NOTE
Do not change the position of switch 8 unless it is necessary to
reset the 8H02-16 Super-User configured passwords to their
factory default settings.
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Appendix C: Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings
C.4
INSTALLING OPTIONAL FAST ETHERNET
INTERFACE MODULES
Figure C-3 shows the location of the Fast Ethernet Interface Module
connectors on the 8H02-16 board for port slots 15 and 16.
8H02-16 TOP VIEW WITHOUT COVER
Connectors
FRONT PANEL
Figure C-3
Fast Ethernet
Interface Modules
1742-11
Fast Ethernet Interface Module Connector Location
To install a Fast Ethernet Interface Module in port slot 15 or 16, proceed
as follows:
!
CAUT ION
The Fast Ethernet Interface Module and the 8H02-16 are
sensitive to static discharges. Use an antistatic wrist strap and
observe all static precautions during this procedure. Failure to
do so could damage the module or the 8H02-16.
1. Remove the chassis cover as described in Section C.2.
2. Remove the coverplate from the port slot where the Fast Ethernet
Interface Module will be installed.
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Installing Optional Fast Ethernet Interface Modules
When installing Fast Ethernet Interface Modules in both port
slots 15 and 16, remove the coverplates from both slot
openings. In the following instructions, the optional module is
shown being installed in port slot 16.
TIP
To remove a coverplate, refer to Figure C-4 and proceed as follows:
a. Remove the two screws fastening the coverplate to the standoffs.
Save the screws.
b. Lift and remove the coverplate from the top of the front standoffs.
Coverplate
FE-1
00T
X
10
100
Rear
Standoff
Front
Standoffs
1742-38
Figure C-4
Coverplate Removal
3. Remove the screw from the rear standoff. Save the screw.
!
When installing an FE-100FX module into the 8H02-16,
remove the rubber plug on the module before proceeding.
CAUT ION
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Appendix C: Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings
4. See Figure C-5. Gently pull the faceplate of the 8H02-16 forward to
allow room for the Fast Ethernet Interface Modules to be aligned over
the connector.
5. Carefully lower the Fast Ethernet Interface Module onto the standoffs
while inserting the module connector into the associated motherboard
connector.
Module
Module
Connector
Standoff
Faceplate
FE-1
00T
X
10
100
Motherboard
Connector
Standoffs
15
16
1742-39
Figure C-5
Installing the Fast Ethernet Interface Module
6. Press down firmly on the Fast Ethernet Interface Module until the pins
slide all the way into the motherboard connector. Ensure that the Fast
Ethernet Interface Module seats flush on the standoffs.
7. Secure the Fast Ethernet Interface Module with the screws saved in
steps 2 and 3.
8. Installation is complete. Reinstall the chassis cover, reconnect all
network cables and reconnect the power cord to the 8H02-16.
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INDEX
Numerics
C
100BASE-FX
cable length 2-4
cable loss 2-3
fiber optic budget 2-3
propagation delay 2-3
100BASE-TX
cable length 2-2
propagation delay 2-3
temperature 2-3
10BASE-T
connection 3-7
impedance 2-2
length 2-1
requirements 2-1
temperature 2-2
Cable specifications
100BASE-TX UTP 2-2
10BASE-T UTP 2-1
multimode fiber optic 2-3
COM port 6-18
pin assignments A-2
Command Set 6-58
Configuration
terminal 5-1
Connecting to the network 3-6
CPU management reservation 6-37,
6-38
Crossover switch B-1
Current switch utilization 6-37
D
A
Access policy 6-24
B
Baud rate 6-12, 6-22
Bridge address 6-28
Bridge Configuration screen 6-28
bridge address 6-28
MAC address 6-29
number of ports 6-28
port # 6-29
port status 6-30
selecting the STA 6-30
state 6-29
status 6-29
type of STA 6-29
Bridge Statistics screen 6-54
frames fltrd 6-55
frames frwded 6-55
frames rcvd 6-54
frames txmtd 6-54
interface # 6-54
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Default gateway 6-11, 6-14
Default interface 6-11, 6-15
Device Configuration screen 6-8
Device date 6-11
Device Menu screen 6-6
Device Specific Configuration Menu
screen 6-31
Device Statistics Menu screen 6-53
bridge statistics 6-53
port statistics 6-53
Document conventions 1-7
E
Environmental requirements A-1
Index-1
Index
F
I
FE-100FX
transmitter power B-2
Fiber connection
SC to SC 3-11
Full Duplex Configuration
screen 6-33
full duplex 6-34
link status 6-34
operation mode 6-34, 6-35
port status 6-34
standard enet 6-34
Installation
Fast Ethernet Interface Module C-6
IP address 6-10, 6-13
K
Keyboard conventions 6-2
L
LANVIEW LEDs 4-1
Local Management
features 1-6
Password screen 6-3
G
General Configuration screen 6-10
application 6-12
baud rate 6-12, 6-22
COM port 6-18 to 6-21
default gateway 6-11, 6-14
default interface 6-11, 6-15
device date 6-11
device time 6-11, 6-16
IP address 6-10, 6-13
MAC address 6-10
screen lock-out time 6-12, 6-17
screen refresh time 6-11, 6-17
subnet mask 6-11, 6-13
H
Help 1-8
related manuals 1-9
High Speed Interface screen 6-39
advertised ability 6-41
configuring an FE-100FX 6-41
configuring an FE-100TX 6-42
current operational mode 6-40
desired operational mode 6-40
link status 6-40
port type 6-40
setting the FE-100FX 6-42
setting the FE-100TX 6-42
Index-2
M
MIB Navigator 6-58
MIB Navigator Commands
arp 6-59
defroute 6-60, 6-61
done 6-66
exit 6-66
netstat 6-62
ping 6-63
quit 6-66
traceroute 6-65
N
Network connection
FE-100FX 3-10
FX-100TX 3-8
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Index
P
Password screen 6-3
Passwords 6-23
Peak switch utilization 6-37
Physical properties A-1
Port Redirect Function screen
destination port 6-51
source port 6-51
status 6-51
Port Statistics screen
admin status 6-57
application 6-57
broadcasts 6-57
bytes 6-56
collisions 6-56
CRC/alignment errors 6-56
fragments 6-56
frames 6-56
jabbers 6-56
link status 6-57
multicasts 6-57
operation mode 6-57
oversize packets 6-56
port # 6-56
port type 6-57
total errors 6-56
undersize packets 6-56
R
RESET button 4-6
Runtime IP address discovery 5-4
S
Safety A-3
Screen lock-out time 6-12, 6-17
Screen refresh time 6-17
Screens
Bridge Configuration screen 6-28
Bridge Statistics screen 6-54
Device Configuration screen 6-8
Device Menu screen 6-6
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Device Specific Configuration
Menu screen 6-31
Device Statistics Menu screen 6-53
Full Duplex Configuration
screen 6-33
General Configuration screen 6-10
High Speed Interface screen 6-39
Password screen 6-3
Port Redirect Function screen 6-50
Port Statistics screen 6-55
SNMP Community Names
screen 6-23
SNMP Traps screen 6-26
System Resources screen 6-36
SNMP Community Names
screen 6-23
access policy 6-24
community name 6-24
SNMP Traps screen 6-26
enable traps 6-27
trap community name 6-26
trap destination 6-26
trap table configuration 6-27
Spanning Tree Algorithm 6-29
Specifications A-1
Standards compatibility 1-5
Subnet mask 6-11, 6-13
System Resources screen
CPU management
reservation 6-37, 6-38
CPU type 6-36
current switch utilization 6-37
DRAM installed 6-37
Flash memory installed 6-37
NVRAM installed 6-37
peak switch utilization 6-37
reset peak switch utilization 6-37
Index-3
Index
T
Terminal configuration 5-1
Trap table configuration 6-27
Traps
enable 6-27
Troubleshooting 4-1
checklist 4-5
U
Unpacking 3-1
V
VT setup 5-1
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POWER SUPPLY CORD
The mains cord used with this equipment must be a 2 conductor plus ground type
with minimum 0.75 mm square conductors and must incorporate a standard IEC
appliance coupler on one end and a mains plug on the other end which is suitable
for the use and application of the product and that is approved for use in the
country of application.
GERMAN:
Die Netzleitung, die mit diesem Geraet benuetzt wird, soll einen zwei Leiter mit
Erdleiter haben, wobei die Leiter mindestens 0.75 mm sind, mit einer normalen
IEC Geraetesteckdose an einem Ende und einem Geraetestecker am anderen Ende
versehen sind, der fuer den Gebrauch und die Anwendung des Geraetes geeignet
und der zum Benuetzen im Lande der Anwendung anerkannt ist.
SPANISH:
El cable principal de la red eléctrica utilizado con este equipo debe tener 2
conductores y 1 toma de tierra con un mínimo de 0.75 mm2 cada uno y necesita
tener un aparato de acoplamiento standard IEC en un extremo y un enchufe para
el cable principal de la red eléctrica en el otro extremo, lo cual sea adecuado para
el uso y applicación del producto y lo cual sea aprobado para uso en el pais de
applicación.
FRENCH:
Le cordon d' alimentation reliant cet appareil au secteur doit obligatoirement avoir
deux fils conducteurs de 0.75 mm2 minimum et un fil de terre. It doit également
être équipé du côté appareil d'une fiche agrée IEC et du côte secteur, d'une prise
adaptée à l'usage du produit et aux normes du pays où l'appareil est utilisé.