MRV Communications EM316SW-XY User guide

EM316SW-XY
Fast Ethernet Multi-Function
Media Converters
User Guide
PN 1288003-001
Revision D2
December 12, 2008
Fiber Driver® EM316SW-XY
Table of Contents
1 Preliminary Considerations .............................................................................................................iv
1.1 Trademarks and Copyright ...........................................................................................................................iv
1.2 Customer Support.........................................................................................................................................iv
1.3 Specific Document Information .....................................................................................................................iv
1.4 Latest Revision and Related Documents......................................................................................................iv
1.5 MRV Regulatory Compliance........................................................................................................................ v
1.6 General Safety ..............................................................................................................................................vi
1.7 Electrical Safety ............................................................................................................................................vi
1.8 Laser Safety .................................................................................................................................................vii
1.9 Passive Laser Equipment Safety.................................................................................................................vii
2 Module Introduction ..........................................................................................................................1
2.1 Features ........................................................................................................................................................ 1
2.1.1 Loopback ............................................................................................................................................... 2
2.1.2 Link Integrity Notification (LIN) .............................................................................................................. 3
2.1.3 LIN with Far End Fault Indication (FEFI) ............................................................................................... 3
2.1.4 Redundancy........................................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Modes of Operation ...................................................................................................................................... 4
2.2.1 Dual Repeater (Fiber and Copper) ........................................................................................................ 5
2.2.2 Dual Converter....................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2.3 Redundant Link ..................................................................................................................................... 7
2.2.4 Mixed-Media Switch (4-Port) ................................................................................................................. 8
3 Preparation and Installation .............................................................................................................9
3.1 Unpacking the Fiber Driver Module .............................................................................................................. 9
3.2 Front Panel Description .............................................................................................................................. 10
3.2.1 Distances ............................................................................................................................................. 10
3.2.2 SFP Ports ............................................................................................................................................ 10
3.2.3 LED Definitions .................................................................................................................................... 10
3.2.4 LED Display Information...................................................................................................................... 11
3.3 DIP Switches............................................................................................................................................... 12
3.3.1 Block Locations ................................................................................................................................... 12
3.3.2 Switch Functions and Default Settings................................................................................................ 13
Module Installation ............................................................................................................................................ 16
Cleaning Fibers ................................................................................................................................................. 18
3.3.3 Working with SFPs .............................................................................................................................. 19
3.3.3.1 Cleaning SFPs ..............................................................................................................19
3.3.3.2 Mylar Tab SFP Modules ...............................................................................................20
3.3.3.3 Actuator/Button SFP Modules.......................................................................................21
3.3.3.4 Inserting an Actuator/Button SFP Module.....................................................................21
3.3.3.5 Bale Clasp SFP Module................................................................................................22
4 Module Management .......................................................................................................................23
4.1 Serial Console Interface.............................................................................................................................. 24
4.2 MegaVisionJ Embedded GUI Management ............................................................................................... 24
4.3 EM316LNXNM-OT Command Line Interface (CLI) .................................................................................... 25
4.3.1 EM316LNXNM-OT Boot and CLI Login .............................................................................................. 26
4.3.2 CLI Navigation ..................................................................................................................................... 27
4.3.3 Login Context Commands and Examples ........................................................................................... 28
4.3.3.1 “?” .................................................................................................................................28
4.3.3.2 “show chassis”..........................................................................................................29
4.3.3.3 “show slots” ..............................................................................................................29
4.3.3.4 “show version”..........................................................................................................30
4.3.3.5 “show log” ..................................................................................................................30
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4.3.3.6 “show groups”............................................................................................................31
4.3.3.7 “show users” ..............................................................................................................31
4.3.3.8 “show running-config”...........................................................................................32
4.3.3.9 “show startup-config”...........................................................................................33
4.3.3.10 Displaying and Saving System Parameters................................................................34
4.3.4 Configuration Context.......................................................................................................................... 35
4.3.4.1 Restoring Default Parameters.......................................................................................35
4.3.4.2 Configuring System Parameters ...................................................................................36
4.3.5 Chassis Context .................................................................................................................................. 37
4.3.5.1 “show” ...........................................................................................................................37
4.3.5.2 Other Commands..........................................................................................................38
4.3.6 Slot Context Commands and Examples.............................................................................................. 39
4.3.6.1 “?” .................................................................................................................................40
4.3.6.2 “list” ...........................................................................................................................41
4.3.6.3 “show” ...........................................................................................................................42
4.3.7 Port Context Commands and Examples ............................................................................................. 45
4.3.7.1 “?” .................................................................................................................................45
4.3.7.2 “list” ...........................................................................................................................49
4.3.7.3 “show” ...........................................................................................................................49
4.3.7.4 “description”............................................................................................................51
4.3.7.5 “show defaults” .......................................................................................................52
4.3.7.6 “show config”............................................................................................................53
4.3.7.7 “shutdown” and “no shutdown” ................................................................................53
4.3.7.8 “lin” .............................................................................................................................54
4.3.8 RJ-45 Port Commands ........................................................................................................................ 55
4.3.8.1 “auto-neg-adv”..........................................................................................................55
4.3.8.2 “auto-negotiation” .................................................................................................55
4.3.8.3 “mdi-pinout” ..............................................................................................................56
4.3.8.4 “duplex”.......................................................................................................................56
4.3.8.5 “speed”.........................................................................................................................56
4.3.9 SFP Port Commands........................................................................................................................... 57
4.3.9.1 “loopback” ..................................................................................................................57
4.3.9.2 “lin” .............................................................................................................................57
4.3.9.3 “select-link”............................................................................................................58
4.4 Configuration Examples.............................................................................................................................. 59
4.4.1 Repeater Mode .................................................................................................................................... 59
4.4.2 Converter Mode ................................................................................................................................... 61
4.4.3 Redundant Mode ................................................................................................................................. 64
4.4.4 Switching Mode ................................................................................................................................... 65
5 Appendix ..........................................................................................................................................67
5.1 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................................................. 67
5.2 Operating Environment ............................................................................................................................... 67
5.3 Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................... 67
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Table of Figures
Figure 1 -- Loopback on FO1 while FO2 is in normal operation ........................................................................... 2
Figure 2 -- Dual Repeater Mode ........................................................................................................................... 5
Figure 3 -- Dual Converter Mode .......................................................................................................................... 6
Figure 4 -- Redundant Link Mode ......................................................................................................................... 7
Figure 5 -- Switching Mode ................................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 6 -- Unpacking............................................................................................................................................ 9
Figure 7 -- EM316SW-XY front panel ................................................................................................................. 10
Figure 8 -- EM316SW-XY front panel ................................................................................................................. 11
Figure 9 -- DIP switch locations .......................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 10 -- Remove the required blank panels.................................................................................................... 16
Figure 11 -- Module installation (not all chassis are shown) ................................................................................. 17
Figure 12 -- Correctly inserted Fiber Driver module in a powered chassis........................................................... 17
Figure 13 -- Cleaning cartridge ............................................................................................................................. 18
Figure 14 – Contaminated fiber and clean fiber .................................................................................................... 18
Figure 15 -- SFP cleaners ..................................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 16 -- Mylar Tab on SFP Module................................................................................................................. 20
Figure 17 -- Insertion of a Mylar Tab SFP Module ................................................................................................ 20
Figure 18 -- Removal of a Mylar Tab SFP Module ............................................................................................... 20
Figure 19 – Actuator/Button SFP Module ............................................................................................................. 21
Figure 20 -- Insertion of an Actuator/Button SFP Module ..................................................................................... 21
Figure 21 -- Removal of an Actuator/Button SFP Module..................................................................................... 21
Figure 22 -- Bale Clasp SFP Module .................................................................................................................... 22
Figure 23 -- Insertion of a Bale Clasp SFP Module .............................................................................................. 22
Figure 24 -- Removal of a Bale Clasp SFP Module .............................................................................................. 22
Figure 25 -- EM316LNXNM-OT general commands for EM316SW-XY modules ................................................ 25
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1 Preliminary Considerations
1.1 Trademarks and Copyright
All trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
MRV Communications reserves the right to make changes to technical specifications and
documentation without notice in order to improve reliability, function, or design. The user assumes
sole responsibility for applying the information supplied herin.
Copyright © 2008 by MRV Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.
1.2 Customer Support
Before contacting customer support, look for software updates, technical specifications, and
frequently asked questions (FAQ) online at the MRV support website: http://service.mrv.com.
The website includes information regarding software updates, technical specifications, frequently
asked questions (FAQ), and contact information.
Contact help online by sending email to support@mrv.com or through the website request link at
http://service.mrv.com/support/forms/supportcall.cfm.
MRV customer support telephone numbers:
MRV Americas (US, Canada, Latin America)
MRV Europe
MRV International
+1-800-435-7997 or +1-978-952-4888
+49-6105-2070
+972-4-993-6200
Include the following important information when opening a support case.
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Site ID or company name
Contact information
Model or product name
Serial number
Top assembly revision (see label on device)
Brief problem or question including a description of the host network environment
Attenuation data for applicable high-speed fiber links
Urgency of the issue
1.3 Specific Document Information
Document Number:
Document:
Release Date:
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December 12, 2008 1:36:06 PM
1.4 Latest Revision and Related Documents
The latest revision of MRV documents may be found at: http://www.mrv.com.
MRV produces Release Notes for Fiber Driver modules as required.
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1.5 MRV Regulatory Compliance
Contact your sales representative for more regulatory compliance information regarding specific
MRV products or product families.
Fiber Driver Chassis
Compliance: FCC Part 15 (Class A); IC (Class A); EMC Directive: Emission (Class A) and
Immunity; LVD Directive: Electrical Safety; CE Marking; TUV CUE Mark (Canada, USA, EU);
GOST; RoHS Directive, WEEE Directive: Wheelie Bin Mark; ETSI, NEBS, C-Tick
Fiber Driver Modules
Compliance: FCC Part 15 (Class A); IC (Class A); EMC Directive: Emission (Class A) and
Immunity; LVD Directive: Electrical Safety; RoHS Directive, WEEE Directive: Wheelie Bin Mark;
ETSI
Optical and Copper Transceivers
Compliance: FCC Part 15 (Class A); IC (Class A); EMC Directive: Emission (Class A) and
Immunity; LVD Directive: Electrical Safety; CE Marking; TUV; UL, CSA, RoHS Directive, ETSI,
NEBS, compliant with EN 60825-1/A1:2002 Safety of Laser Products
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1.6 General Safety
WARNING: Two people must lift large cabinet chassis. Lift with your legs and a straight back
to prevent injury. Lift with both hands, grasping underneath the lower edge. To prevent
damage to the chassis and components, do not lift the chassis with the handles on the power
supplies and interface processors, or by the plastic panels on the front of the chassis. These
handles are not designed to support the weight of the chassis.
WARNING: Do not stack unsecured equipment. Falling equipment can cause severe bodily
injury and equipment damage.
WARNING: To prevent bodily injury when mounting or servicing this equipment in a rack,
take all precautions to ensure that the system remains stable. Follow the guidelines below:
— Mount devices from the bottom of an empty rack.
— Mount the heaviest rack devices at the bottom of the rack.
— Install rack stabilizing equipment before mounting or servicing rack devices.
WARNING: Do not operate the equipment with the covers removed. Ensure that all modules
are installed, empty slots are covered and lasers outputs plugs are in place.
WARNING (Proposition 65): Some Fiber Driver products may contain chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
CAUTION: To prevent overheating the equipment, do not operate it in an area that exceeds
the maximum recommended ambient temperature. To prevent airflow restriction, provide at
least 3 inch (7.6 cm) of clearance around the ventilation openings.
CAUTION: Only trained and qualified service personnel (see IEC 60950-1) should install,
replace, or service the equipment.
1.7 Electrical Safety
WARNING: This equipment is intended to be grounded. Ensure that the host is connected to
earth ground during normal use.
WARNING: Use only shielded and grounded cables to ensure compliance with FCC rules.
WARNING: Electrical equipment relies on the protective devices in the building installation
for protection against short-circuit, over-current, and earth (ground) fault. Ensure that the
protective devices in the building installation are properly rated to protect the equipment.
Listed or certified fuse or circuit breaker must be used on all current-carrying conductors.
WARNING: Install the equipment near power outlet. The power cord plug is the equipment
main disconnecting device and must be easily accessible at all times. Unplug the power cord
before you work on a system that does not have an on/off switch.
CAUTION: The equipment is not intended for direct copper connection to Public Switched
Telephone Network or Telecommunication Network (EU) connection ports.
Install MRV equipment in accordance with applicable building and electrical codes such as:
NFPA NEC 70, CEC, Part 1, CSA C22.1, IEC 60364, BS7671, etc.
Provide proper grounding when servicing and operating electrical equipment to avoid
electrostatic discharge (ESD) that can damage equipment. Use antistatic carriers to transport
exposed electronic devices, protective clothing including grounding straps, antistatic table
and floor mats, furniture grounding, and any other safety devices recommended by the
industry.
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1.8 Laser Safety
WARNING: Do not open laser devices for service. Removing the cover may cause exposure
to harmful laser beams. Return defective laser devices to the vendor for service.
WARNING: Un-terminated connectors or fiber cable ends may emit invisible laser radiation.
Do not view them directly with optical instruments such as eye loupes, magnifiers, or
microscopes. The amplified laser output can dramatically increase eye hazard.
WARNING: This equipment is intended for use with Class 1 pluggable (SFP, XFP,
GBIC)fiber optics transceivers that carry a label indicating the following specifications:
– Classification as a Class 1 Laser product.
– Compliance with Food and Drugs Administration Center for Radiological Health (FDA
CDRH) performance standards, 21 CFR, 1040.10, and 1040.11.
– Certification from Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), CSA, or TUV.
WARNING: Some fiber optics modules (EM316EDFA) may contain Class 1M levels of
invisible laser radiation. Class 1M equipment must be installed in a restricted location that is
only accessible to authorized personnel with laser safety training.
WARNING: Laser products labeled as Class 1M may have internal laser diodes containing
Class 3B lasers.
1.9 Passive Laser Equipment Safety
Passive devices require no external power source for operation. Although these devices may be
deployed anywhere a fiber cable may be routed, access to the fiber ends and connections constitutes
potential risks with live laser transmissions. The passive equipment is intended for add/drop and
multiplex/de-multiplex networking with multiple Class 1 laser fiber signals mapping to one signal of
CWDM (1,310nm to 1,610nm), DWDM (1,520nm to 1565nm), and add/drop modules.
Measure or calculate risk potential separately for skin and retinal hazards, with care not to exceed the
Class 1 laser hazard level (10 dbm). See IEC 60825-2 for details.
IEC 60825-2, D.5.1 - Aggregated Wavelengths on a Fiber (summary)
When more than one wavelength is combined on the same fiber as in a WDM system, then the
hazard level depends on aggregated power levels. Hazards are always cumulative for exposure to
wavelengths usually used in optical fiber communication systems.
WARNING: Only trained and qualified personnel (IEC 60950-1) should install, replace, or
service passive equipment.
WARNING: These passive optical devices are intended for connecting Class 1 laser inputs
only. Use of other than Class 1 laser inputs may result in equipment damage or hazardous
radiation exposure on the equipment output.
WARNING: Un-terminated connectors or fiber cable ends may emit invisible laser radiation.
Do not view directly with optical instruments such as eye loupes, magnifiers, or microscopes
because the amplified light can damage eyes.
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2 Module Introduction
The Fiber Driver EM316SW-XY is a highly configurable multi-function module that can perform the
functions of hundreds of less sophisticated devices. The SW-XY can operate in four modes. Each of
these applications is described later in this section.
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Repeater
Converter
Redundant Fiber Link
Switch
The SW-XY features two RJ-45 copper Ethernet ports (P1 and P4) and two SFP sockets (P2 and P3).
SFP transceivers are available from MRV to support virtually any standard fiber optic or copper
Ethernet protocol.
2.1 Features
This modular design supports a wide variety of module and port features. Some important features
are listed below.
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Copper 10/100Base-TX with full wire-speed capabilities
Maximum packet size of 1916 bytes
Auto-negotiation
Half/full-duplex sensing
MDI/MDIX detection
Fault status propagation (LIN and FEFI) except in switch mode
Management tools for status and module control
Port status through front panel LEDs and module management
Hot-swap support
The LIN, MDI/MDIX, and Loopback features are configurable, and each item is introduced below.
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2.1.1 Loopback
Loopback tests and verifies the link integrity. It is available on the fiber optic ports (P2 and P3)
only, and it operates in all four operational modes.
Loopback directs received data on a port to the transmitter to test the fiber optic link end-to-end
from the remote converter.
The figure below illustrates loopback with a pair of EM316SW-XY modules. In the drawing, FO1
and FO2 refer to fiber optic ports P2 and P3.
Figure 1 -- Loopback on FO1 while FO2 is in normal operation
The two loopback switches (loopback and loopback2) correlate to the two converters on the
module. “Loopback” controls port P2 and “Loopback2” controls port P3. The switch settings
apply to operation in all operational modes. In Redundant Link mode, both the loopback
switches must be set to the same position (either both ON or both OFF) for supported operation.
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2.1.2 Link Integrity Notification (LIN)
LIN is not available in switch mode.
A single DIP switch (LIN EN) activates LIN for the entire module except in switch mode. If this
switch is OFF, then LIN cannot be activated even through software management. In the other
operational modes, ports on the EM316SW-XY are paired as converters or repeaters. LIN
applies to each port pairing with mode considerations noted in the corresponding sections. In
Redundant Link mode, changing LIN status on any port adjusts all ports (P1, P2, and P3) to the
same setting. Port P4 is disabled in this mode.
When a link fault is detected on a paired port, LIN shuts down the transmitter on the partner port
to notify connected equipment dependent the lost link. This status propagation allows switches,
routers, and other link-state dependant devices to accurately react to link conditions.
With standard LIN operation (without FEFI), digital diagnostics traps are suppressed. The LED
indicates beaconing with regular flashes while a link is down and data activity with irregular
flickers otherwise. A beaconing port is considered to have no signal.
LIN is especially valuable in fault-tolerant designs.
2.1.3 LIN with Far End Fault Indication (FEFI)
The SFP ports support FEFI, which conforms to IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-FX specifications.
When an SFP port detects a link failure on its receiver, it sends an FEFI (Far End Fault
Indication) signal to the remotely connected device as notice of a link fault. It may also receive
an FEFI signal sent from the remote link partner, which causes it to disable the paired copper
Ethernet port transmitter.
FEFI is always enabled on the EM316SW-XY, but it is used only as requested by LIN and
configured through either DIP switches (FEFI and FEFI2) or management module
administration.
In Redundant Link mode, enable both FEFI DIP switches (FEFI=ON and FEFI2=ON) to use
FEFI with LIN. This configuration provides “1:1” link protection to the redundant link. The dualhoming configuration (separate remote optical devices) is not supported.
2.1.4 Redundancy
The EM316SW-XY redundant mode (discussed in the following section) pairs the two SFP ports
(P2 and P3) as a self-healing link based on signal detection. The switch-over time when the
active fiber link fails is very short, which can allow transparent failover.
LIN disables the Ethernet port P1 only if BOTH fiber channels fail simultaneously. Port P4 is
disabled in redundant mode.
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2.2 Modes of Operation
The EM316SW-XY supports four different operational modes.
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Dual Repeater (Fiber and Copper)
Dual Converter
Redundant Link
Switch (4-Port, mixed-media)
This section describes these modes and required DIP switch settings.
Select the operational mode with the DIP switches labeled MODE1 and MODE0, switches 5 and 6
on switch block 1 nearest the front panel of the module.
Mode
DIP Switches
MODE1
MODE0
Dual Repeater
ON
ON
Dual Converter
ON
OFF
Redundant Link
OFF
ON
Mixed-Media Switch
OFF
OFF
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Port Grouping
Fiber Repeater: ports P2 & P3
Copper Repeater: ports P1 & P4
Converter 1: ports P1 & P2
Converter 2: ports P3 & P4
Redundant: fiber optic ports P2 & P3
Local: copper port P1
Unused: copper port P4
All ports (P1, P2, P3, P4)
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2.2.1 Dual Repeater (Fiber and Copper)
MODE1
MODE0
ON
ON
Figure 2 -- Dual Repeater Mode
In Dual Repeater mode, the module acts as a pair of repeaters.
Fiber Optic repeater between 100Base-FX ports
Copper repeater between 10/100 Base-TX ports
SFP-based interfaces
RJ-45 copper interfaces
The copper repeater can be used as a distance extender in a copper infrastructure to extend a
link beyond the 300 foot (100m) limit. Each RJ-45 interface supports speed and duplex
matching and automatic MDI/MDIX detection. LIN applies to this configuration, as well.
With LIN enabled, loss of link at a port receiver disables the transmitter of the paired port. There
is no beaconing on an inactive link in Dual Repeater mode.
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2.2.2 Dual Converter
MODE1
MODE0
ON
OFF
Figure 3 -- Dual Converter Mode
In Dual Converter mode, the module incorporates two independent “copper 10/100 to Fiber Fast
Ethernet converters” for the price of a single converter. This combination doubles the density of
a central office chassis, allowing up to 30 converters in a managed 16-slot chassis.
The first converter uses ports P1 and P2. The second converter uses ports P3 and P4.
With LIN enabled, loss of link at a port receiver disables the transmitter of the paired port.
Downstream switches, routers, and other link-state dependant devices can accurately react to
changing link conditions. This feature is especially valuable in fault-tolerant network designs.
The module supports both LIN and FEFI for link status propagation in Dual Converter mode. In
this mode, LIN offers two functional options.
1) The basic LIN (FEFI disabled) maintains backwards compatibility with all MRV Fast
Ethernet media conversion modules as well as the common Far End Fault Indication
(FEFI). The SFP transceiver beacons (transmits a periodic signal) if there is no signal
detected on its receiver. This signal notifies the other side about the detected problem.
2) A revised LIN (FEFI enabled), which uses the FEFI standard to notify the other side
about a problem in the receive fiber. Beaconing is not necessary in this case.
The revised LIN is recommended if the other side of the link supports FEFI. Use basic LIN if the
remote device does not support FEFI.
A single DIP switch controls LIN for both converters, so both will use either LIN enabled or
disabled.
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2.2.3 Redundant Link
MODE1
MODE0
OFF
ON
Figure 4 -- Redundant Link Mode
In Redundant Link mode, the module acts as a copper to redundant fiber (100Base-FX)
converter. This configuration requires optical SFPs installed in ports P2 and P3 to support a pair
of redundant fiber optic paths. Ethernet port P4 is disabled in this mode; only description
commands will have any effect on P4. The Redundant Link mode provides “1:1” link protection.
Dual-homing is not supported.
In this mode, the EM316SW-XY can pass link status with LIN or with the industry standard Far
End Fault Indication (FEFI). Implementing both tools allows for backwards compatibility with the
full set of MRV Fast Ethernet media conversion solutions while supporting standard connectivity
to any standard Fast Ethernet fiber optic port.
With LIN enabled, loss of link at BOTH fiber ports (P2 and P3) disables the transmitter of the
access (Ethernet) port (P1). If one fiber optic channel fails while the other fiber optic channel is
operational, LIN does not interrupt the data. Downstream switches, routers, and other link-state
dependant devices can accurately react to changing link conditions. This feature is especially
valuable in fault-tolerant network designs. Set both DIP switches (FEFI and FEFI2) ON to
enable FEFI with LIN in Redundant Link mode.
The “select-link” command is enabled for ports P2 and P3 in Redundant Link mode to force a
port to active if it has an available link. There is no default or preferred port, so the first link
established becomes active. The “shutdown” command is not available for redundant ports P2
and P3.
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2.2.4 Mixed-Media Switch (4-Port)
MODE1
MODE0
OFF
OFF
Figure 5 -- Switching Mode
In Switch mode, the module acts a mixed-media Ethernet Switch with two 10/100Base-TX
copper interfaces and two fiber-optic SFP-based 100 Base-FX interfaces.
The mixed-media switch allows copper Ethernet traffic access to a linear fiber-optic Ethernet
network.
LIN is not supported in this mode.
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3 Preparation and Installation
3.1 Unpacking the Fiber Driver Module
Step 1.
Open the cardboard box.
Step 2.
Remove the static bag containing the module.
Step 3.
Check for additional or loose accessories in the box.
Parts may move under the module packing tray during shipment.
In the unlikely event that a part is missing from the contents, contact your authorized
MRV dealer or representative. If product return becomes necessary, ship the unit in its
original packaging and container.
Figure 6 -- Unpacking
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3.2 Front Panel Description
Figure 7 -- EM316SW-XY front panel
The EM316SW-XY module is equipped with the following interfaces.
Port 1 (1): 10/100 Base-T UTP RJ-45
Port 2 (2): 100 Base-FX, SFP- Port
Port 3 (3): 100 Base-FX, SFP Port
Port 4 (4): 10/100 Base-T UTP RJ-45
3.2.1 Distances
Maximum distance for SFP ports is SFP dependent.
Maximum distance for ports 1 and 4 (UTP) 100 meters.
3.2.2 SFP Ports
Ports 2 and 3 (SFP) can be configured as redundant link ports (Redundant Link Mode) or
individually operated (Dual Converter or Switching Mode)
3.2.3 LED Definitions
PWR/NMS:
Indicates module power and loopback mode status of at least one port.
P1 UTP:
LNK/ACT blinking on link and activity
FDX is lit when full duplex link is configured or established.
P2 DD:
Digital Diagnostic indicator for the SFP inserted in Port 2.
P2 SP:
Indicates presence of SFP and presence of link and activity.
P3 DD:
Digital Diagnostic indicator for the SFP inserted in Port 3.
P3 SP:
Indicates presence of SFP and presence of link and activity.
P4 UTP:
LNK/ACT blinking on link and activity
FDX is lit when full duplex link is configured or established.
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3.2.4 LED Display Information
Figure 8 -- EM316SW-XY front panel
LED
PWR/NMS
P1 UTP
LNK/ACT
FDX
P2 SFP
DD
SP
P3 SFP
DD
SP
P4 UTP
LNK/ACT
FDX
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green
green
Color
Solid or Blink
n/a
solid
blink
Explanation
No power to unit
Power OK
At least one port in loopback
OFF
amber
green
amber
green
OFF
green
n/a
solid
solid
blink
blink
n/a
solid
No link detected
10 Mbps link
100 Mbps link
Data flow with 10Base-T protocol
Data flow with 100Base-T protocol
Half duplex
Full duplex
OFF
green
amber
green
amber
green/amber
n/a
solid
solid
solid
solid
blink
No SFP with DD support detected
No alarm
Alarm
SFP present and link present
SFP inserted, no link
Link present and activity
OFF
green
amber
green
amber
green/amber
n/a
solid
solid
solid
solid
blink
No SFP with DD support detected
No alarm
Alarm
Link present
SFP inserted, no link
Link present, activity
OFF
amber
green
amber
green
OFF
green
n/a
solid
solid
blink
blink
n/a
solid
No link detected
10 Mbps link
100 Mbps link
10 Mbps Data flow
100 Mbps Data flow
Half duplex
Full duplex
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3.3 DIP Switches
The default configuration is established by the firmware preloaded onto the module. The
EM316SW-XY is configured at the factory to work “out of the box” in “Dual Converter” mode with
management enabled.
Use the module in pairs to operate the EM316SW-XY in unmanaged mode. Select the
functional modes with DIP switches MODE1 and MODE0 on switch block 1 (nearest the front
panel).
In addition to the four operational modes, LIN, Auto-MDI, and Loopback may also be configured.
3.3.1 Block Locations
Figure 9 -- DIP switch locations
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3.3.2 Switch Functions and Default Settings
The switch block number is not sequential on the module. Carefully verify the switch block
number and placement before changing switch settings.
Switch Block 1*
DIP Switch
1
2
3
DIP Switch Name
Setting
Description
ON (up)
Control by NM is enable
OFF (down)
Control be NM is disable
ON (up)
LIN enable
OFF (down)
LIN disable
MANG EN
LIN EN
ON (up)
NOT USED
AGING F
OFF (down)
ON (up)
4
NOT USED
OFF (down)
5
ON (up)
MODE1
OFF (down)
See table below
ON (up)
6
MODE0
7
ANEG
8
ANEG2
OFF (down)
ON (up)
P1 Auto Negotiation is enable
OFF (down)
P1 Auto Negotiation is disable
ON (up)
P4 Auto Negotiation is enable
OFF (down)
P4 Auto Negotiation is disable
SW1-5, SW1-6 – Operational Modes
Mode
DIP Switches
MODE1
MODE0
Port Grouping
Dual Repeater
ON
ON
Fiber Repeater: ports P2 & P3
Copper Repeater: ports P1 & P4
Dual Converter
(default mode)
ON
OFF
Converter 1: ports P1 & P2
Converter 2: ports P3 & P4
Redundant Link
OFF
ON
Redundant: fiber optic ports P2 & P3
Local: copper port P1
Unused: copper port P4
Mixed-Media Switch
OFF
OFF
All ports (P1, P2, P3, P4)
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Switch Block 2* (SW2)
Setting
DIP Switch
Description
DIP Switch Name
Bold = Defaults
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON (up)
P1 Forced 100Base-T if ANEG is off
OFF (down)
P1 Forced 10Base-TX if ANEG is off
ON (up)
P1 Forced Full-Duplex if ANEG is off or failed
OFF (down)
P1 Forced Half-Duplex if ANEG is off or failed
ON (up)
P1 Auto MDI is enabled
OFF (down)
P1 Auto MDI is disabled if ANEG is off
On (up)
P2 loopback is enabled
OFF (down)
P2 loopback is disabled
ON (up)
P4 Forced 100Base-T if ANEG2 is off
OFF (down)
P4 Forced 10Base-TX if ANEG2 is off
ON (up)
P4 Forced Full-Duplex if ANEG2 is off or failed
OFF (down)
P4 Forced Half-Duplex if ANEG2 is off or failed
ON (up)
P4 Auto MDI is enabled
OFF (down)
P4 Auto MDI is disabled if ANEG2 is off
ON (up)
P3 loopback is enabled
OFF (down)
P3 loopback is disabled
FAST
FULL
AMDI
LPBK
FAST2
FULL2
AMDI2
LPBK2
* Shaded and bold describe factory default settings
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Switch Block 3* (SW3)
DIP Switch
1
2
DIP Switch Name
Setting
Description
ON (up)
P2 Far End fault Indication is used in LIN
OFF (down)
Far End Fault Indication is not used in LIN
ON (up)
P3 Far End fault Indication is used in LIN
OFF (down)
Far End Fault Indication is not used in LIN
FEFI
FEFI2
ON (up)
NOT USED
3
OFF (down)
ON (up)
4
NOT USED
OFF (down)
ON (up)
NOT USED
5
OFF (down)
ON (up)
NOT USED
6
OFF (down)
ON (up)
NOT USED
7
OFF (down)
ON (up)
8
NOT USED
OFF (down)
* Shaded and bold describe factory default settings
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Module Installation
Fiber Driver modules are hot-swappable and may be inserted into or removed from a supporting
chassis at any time. Install the module into a powered Fiber Driver chassis with a cooling fan. Align
the edge of the card with the rail of the chassis, slide it into the chassis until firmly seated against
the backplane and hand-tighten the thumb screw.
The thumb screw of an installed module is toward the bottom of the BU-16 chassis and to the left
in the other chassis.
Tools
•
•
Phillips screwdriver (for some module screws)
Flat-tip screwdriver
Procedure
Follow all guidelines to eliminate static electricity while handling the module and other electronic
devices. Refer to the front of this manual for some suggestions.
Step 1. If a blank panel is covering the target slot, remove it by unfastening the two screws with
a 6-inch Phillips screwdriver.
Figure 10 -- Remove the required blank panels
A cover panel or a module must securely cover each chassis slot to comply with FCC
regulations. Open chassis slots may emit disruptive signals during operation. Securing modules
and panels with appropriate screws is also important for grounding and safety.
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Step 2. Install the module inside a Fiber Driver chassis by aligning the edge of the card with the
rail of the chassis. Tighten the thumbscrew by hand.
Figure 11 -- Module installation (not all chassis are shown)
Figure 12 -- Correctly inserted Fiber Driver module in a powered chassis
Handle the module by the edges to avoid damaging any components. Use your thumb to push it
securely into the chassis slot. Do not use excessive force, but make sure the module connector
is fully inserted in the chassis. Secure the module by hand using the thumbscrew.
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Cleaning Fibers
Fiber optic components and cables are very sensitive to dirt, dust, and mishandling. Especially in
high-speed networks such as gigabit Ethernet and OC48, dirty or mistreated fiber may cause errors
and signal degradation.
Prior to installation, follow the procedure below to clean fiber optic cable and transceivers.
Equipment Requirements
• Optical cleaner cartridge
• Can of compressed air
Cleaning Procedure
Blow a stream of compressed air on the fiber ends while the caps are in place.
Remove the caps, and blow the ends of the fibers again.
Follow the instructions included with the cleaning cartridge to clean the ends of the fibers.
Figure 13 -- Cleaning cartridge
Sample Fibers: Before and After Cleaning
Figure 14 – Contaminated fiber and clean fiber
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3.3.3 Working with SFPs
The pluggable optics modules used in the EM316xx products are extremely portable, and
consequently may be easily mistreated. If SFPs are not protected against dust, remove the dust
caps and clean them with 1.25 millimeter cleaners.
Figure 15 -- SFP cleaners
3.3.3.1 Cleaning SFPs
3.3.3.1.1 Requirements
SFP to be cleaned
1.25 mm cleaners
3.3.3.1.2 Procedure
• Insert the 1.25mm cleaner into the SFP
• Turn ¼ turn
• Remove the 1.25mm cleaner and discard
• Repeat the process
Do not stretch optical fibers or bend them too tightly. Install optical cables with as little fiber
stress as possible.
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3.3.3.2 Mylar Tab SFP Modules
The Mylar tab or nail latch on the module has a tab that you must pull in order to remove the
module from a switching module port.
Figure 16 -- Mylar Tab on SFP Module
3.3.3.2.1 Inserting a Mylar Tab SFP Module
To insert the Mylar tab SFP module into a switching module port, line up the SFP module
with the port, and slide it into place
Figure 17 -- Insertion of a Mylar Tab SFP Module
3.3.3.2.2 Removing a Mylar Tab SFP Module
To remove the SFP module from the switching module port, pull the tab gently until the SFP
module disengages from the port, and then pull the SFP module out.
Figure 18 -- Removal of a Mylar Tab SFP Module
Caution When pulling the tab to remove the SFP module, be sure to pull in a straight outward
motion. Do not twist or forcibly pull the tab because you may disconnect it from the SFP module.
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3.3.3.3 Actuator/Button SFP Modules
The actuator/button SFP module has a button that you must push in order to remove the
SFP module from a switching module port.
Figure 19 – Actuator/Button SFP Module
3.3.3.4 Inserting an Actuator/Button SFP Module
To insert the actuator/button SFP module into a switching module port, line up the SFP
module with the port and slide it in until the actuator/button clicks into place. Be sure not to
press the actuator/button as you insert the SFP module because you might inadvertently
disengage the SFP module from the port.
Figure 20 -- Insertion of an Actuator/Button SFP Module
3.3.3.4.1 Removing an Actuator/Button SFP Module
Step 1 Gently press the actuator/button on the front of the SFP module until it clicks and the
latch mechanism activates, releasing the SFP module from the port.
Step 2 Grasp the actuator/button between your thumb and index finger and carefully pull
the SFP module from the port.
Figure 21 -- Removal of an Actuator/Button SFP Module
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3.3.3.5 Bale Clasp SFP Module
The bale clasp SFP module has a bale clasp that you use to secure the SFP\XFP module in
a switching module port.
Figure 22 -- Bale Clasp SFP Module
3.3.3.5.1 Inserting a Bale Clasp SFP/XFP Module into a Switching Module Port
Step 1 Close the bale clasp in the upward direction before inserting the SFP module.
Step 2 Line up the SFP module with the port and slide it into the port.
Figure 23 -- Insertion of a Bale Clasp SFP Module
3.3.3.5.2 Removing a Bale Clasp SFP Module
Step 1 Open the bale clasp on the SFP module: With your index finger, press the clasp
downward as shown. If the bale clasp is obstructed and you can not use your index finger to
open it, use a small, flat-blade screwdriver or other long, narrow instrument to open the bale
clasp as shown.
Step 2 Grasp the SFP module between your thumb and index finger and carefully remove it
from the switching module port as shown.
Open a Bale Clasp with a Flat-Blade Screwdriver if needed.
Figure 24 -- Removal of a Bale Clasp SFP Module
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4 Module Management
Most Fiber Driver modules, including the EM316SW-XY, may be managed by a Fiber Driver network
management (NM) module installed in the same chassis.
The EM316SW-XY module may be managed by the EM316LNXNM-OT Network Management (NM)
module.
The NM module installs in the same chassis as the managed modules. It provides management for
the EM316SW-XY module and other compatible Fiber Driver modules resident in the chassis. Refer to
specific module documentation to determine compatibility with a specific NM.
Factory settings work in most EM316SW-XY installations, but network management through an NM
module is recommended for local and remote- system status monitoring. Network environments are
unpredictable, and Fiber Driver network management is a critical tool for proactive administration as
well as for reduced operating expenses.
The NM provides a command line interface (CLI), accessible either through a local serial port and
console or from the IP network using a terminal emulation environment. Some CLI commands specific
to the EM316SW-XY in a managed environment are discussed in this section. Refer to the
appropriate NM documentation (EM316LNXNM-OT) for further details regarding the interface and
commands specific to your installation.
The network management module also provides Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
support to allow control through any industry standard network management system (NMS). To
maximize the graphical remote management control of Fiber Driver modules, MRV offers
MegaVision® Pro. It is a unique and full-featured NMS with graphical user interfaces (GUI) for all
managed MRV network components including Fiber Driver. A limited version of MegaVision called
“Configurator” is available for trial through the MRV website (http://www.mrv.com). Refer to
MegaVision Pro documentation for more information on the benefits offered with the product.
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4.1 Serial Console Interface
After the network management (NM) module is installed, power up the chassis and attach the
serial RS-232 cable to the PC or terminal device. Configuring terminal emulation software on the
PC is beyond the scope of this document. The components below may be ordered from MRV.
• Adapter (part number 350-0308 REV-B MRG/20028-2)
• Cable (part number 151-3028 REV-F AI 04/04)
The NM has at least one Ethernet port, which is typically used to connect to a Local Area Network
(LAN). The factory default IP address is 192.168.14.201 with netmask 255.255.255.0, sometimes
written as 192.168.14.201/24 to show the 24 bits masked for subnetting. The default gateway
address is 192.168.14.1/24.
From the network, connect to the NM IP address using telnet or SSH (secure shell) to open the
command line interface (CLI). Telnet services are disabled by default on the EM316LNXNM-OT,
but they may be enabled for additional CLI access.
The NM has an RS-232 interface that is used for serial communications to the CLI. This connection
is recommended for network setup. Besides configuration simplicity, it offers the advantage of “outof-band” management for greater network autonomy.
Configure the EM316LNXNM-OT RS-232 serial parameters with the following values.
RS-232
Serial Port
Parameters
• 38400 baud
• 8 data bits
• 1 stop bit
• no parity
• no flow control
4.2 MegaVisionJ Embedded GUI Management
The EM316LNXNM-OT management module includes MegaVisionJ, a built-in graphical interface
to manage only the MRV chassis system controlled by the specified NM. This graphical system is
accessible from any standard Java-enabled web browser that can reach the IP address assigned
to the EM316LNXNM-OT. MegaVisionJ allows remote management of the entire Fiber Driver
chassis system and compatible modules.
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4.3 EM316LNXNM-OT Command Line Interface (CLI)
The EM316LNXNM-OT provides command line interface (CLI), SNMP, and graphical
administration options for a Fiber Driver chassis system. This section introduces the CLI for the
Linux-based network management (EM316LNXNM-OT) module.
EM316LNXNM-OT management commands are specific to each module.
Some commands applicable to the EM316SW-XY and a managed host chassis are illustrated in
this manual. The box below lists a few of the sample commands addressed in this document. Refer
to the Table of Contents for a list of commands addressed here, and refer to EM316LNXNM-OT
documents for more detail.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
show
show version
show slots
show x.x
?
list
lin / no lin
–
–
–
–
–
–
show digital-diagnostics
show config
show defaults
description <name>
shutdown / no shutdown
loopback / no loopback
Figure 25 -- EM316LNXNM-OT general commands for EM316SW-XY modules
Some of these commands apply to both slot-level and port-level contexts as described in the
navigation portion of this section. Refer to EM316LNXNM-OT documentation for a more complete
discussion of the Linux-based interface and available commands.
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4.3.1 EM316LNXNM-OT Boot and CLI Login
The box below shows the NM boot and login to the built-in admin user account. The “banner”
information that displays after the login may also be displayed from the CLI prompt with the
show version command. The show command is introduced in a later section. Refer to
EM316LNXNM-OT documentation for network manager and CLI configuration help.
U-Boot 1.0.1 (Jan 25 2005 - 11:08:25)
CPU:
MPC875ZPnn at 133 MHz: 8 kB I-Cache 8 kB D-Cache FEC1 FEC2
BOARD: MRV NM2 v3
DRAM: (64 MB SDRAM) 64 MB
FLASH: 16.5 MB
Net:
FEC ETHERNET
Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0
## Booting image at e0000000 ...
Image Name:
EM316LNXNM
Image Type:
PowerPC Linux Multi-File Image (gzip compressed)
Data Size:
7322655 Bytes = 7 MB
Load Address: 00000000
Entry Point: 00000000
Contents:
Image 0:
676629 Bytes = 660.8 kB
Image 1: 6646011 Bytes = 6.3 MB
Verifying Checksum ... OK
Uncompressing Multi-File Image ... OK
Loading Ramdisk to 03920000, end 03f768fb (6568fb)... OK
Welcome to MRV EM316LNXNM
Reading configuration: ok
Starting up, please wait
FPGA Already Loaded.
MRV EM316LNXNM
login: admin
Password:
Please wait, initializing...now ready.
EM316LNXNM-OT v4.0 fdr 58 (Jul 25 2007 - 09:34:25).
U-Boot 1.0.1 (Jan 25 2005 - 11:08:25).
Linux kernel v2.4.26 (#1 Wed Dec 13 10:36:44 PST 2006).
EM316LNXNM (firmware 5c.13) (00:20:1a:02:48:28).
MegaVisionJ v2.34k6 - July 5, 2007 (FiberDriver v1.61j)
Copyright (c) MRV Corp. 1993-2007
You are a SUPER user!
fiberdriver#
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4.3.2 CLI Navigation
The CLI uses five operational contexts: login, configuration, chassis, slot, and port. Only the
login context is not considered a configuration mode. The system prompt includes a string to
indicate the current operational context, as illustrated in the example below. The “#” character
ends the prompt string, and a space separates the command from the prompt.
Each navigation command in the box below is bold for emphasis in print only.
fiberdriver# configure terminal
fiberdriver(config)# chassis 1
fiberdriver(chassis/1)# slot 1.3
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# port 1.3.2
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# next
fiberdriver(port/1.3.3)# exit
fiberdriver(config)# exit
fiberdriver#
These contexts are not entirely hierarchical, but the three hardware-specific contexts do follow a
structure that reflects the physical device relationships. The chassis contains slots (modules)
which in turn contain ports.
Enter the configuration context with the “configure terminal” command. Any hardware
context may be reached directly from the config context or any other hardware context. For
example, there is no need to pass through the chassis context to reach the slot or port contexts.
The next command is a short-cut for navigating to the hardware context following the current
context and at the same level. In the box above, the port value in the prompt increments from 2
to 3 to indicate this context change.
Operations on the larger component may sometimes also apply to the smaller components
contained in the larger target device. Refer to EM316LNXNM-OT documentation or use the CLI
help feature “?” for more information about CLI context navigation.
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4.3.3 Login Context Commands and Examples
The login context refers to the only CLI state not considered a configuration context. Commands
in this context are generally for system status monitoring. Use the “?” and “list” commands at
the fiberdriver # prompt to display the list of command line options. These help commands
are shown in the slot and port command illustrations later in this section.
A few login context commands are illustrated in this section.
4.3.3.1 “?”
The following box displays the commands available in the login context of the CLI.
fiberdriver#
configure
cp
echo
erase
exit
group
list
logout
ls
more
mv
no
pager
ping
quit
restart
rm
scp
show
sleep
source
ssh
telnet
terminal
tftp
upgrade
who
whoami
write
fiberdriver#
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Enter configuration context
Copy files
Display text for scripting
Erase configuration or NVRAM
Exit current context and go down to previous context
Group configuration
Print command list
Logout of the system
List files
Display file
Rename files
Negate a command
Pause scrolling when screen is full
Send ICMP echo messages to test network connectivity
Exit current context and go down to previous context
Reboot the NM card
Remove files
Use SCP to transfer files (small config files only)
Show running system information
Pause CLI for scripting
Read CLI commands from file
Open a SSH connection
Open a telnet connection
Set current terminal parameters
TFTP commands
Upgrade software
Find out who is connected to the system
Who am I?
Write running configuration to memory or terminal
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4.3.3.2 “show chassis”
The following box displays the configuration of the chassis.
fiberdriver# show chassis
Chassis Model
Name
======= ========== =========
1
NC316BU-16 NC316BU-1
Number Of Slots
===============
16
Temp(C)
=======
21
fiberdriver#
4.3.3.3 “show slots”
The following box displays information about the slots in the chassis.
fiberdriver# show slots
Slot Model
Name
==== ============= ====================
1.1
EM316LNXNM-OT EM316LNXNM-OT at 1.1
1.3
EM316SW-XY
EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Serial Number
============================
00:20:1a:02:13:f2
N/A
fiberdriver#
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4.3.3.4 “show version”
The show version command displays revision levels for the management system
components.
fiberdriver# show version
EM316LNXNM-OT v4.0 fdr 58 (Jul 25 2007 - 09:34:25).
U-Boot 1.0.1 (Jan 25 2005 - 11:08:25).
Linux kernel v2.4.26 (#1 Wed Dec 13 10:36:44 PST 2006).
EM316LNXNM (firmware 5c.13) (00:20:1a:02:48:28).
MegaVisionJ v2.34k6 - July 5, 2007 (FiberDriver v1.61j)
Copyright (c) MRV Corp. 1993-2007
fiberdriver#
4.3.3.5 “show log”
The show log command displays log settings for the management system components.
fiberdriver(config)# show log
Running Level: warning
Nvram Level: disabled
Trap Level: warning
Remote Server: 0.0.0.0
Remote Level: notice
fiberdriver(config)#
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4.3.3.6 “show groups”
Management access is controlled through group and user permissions. Display the current
system groups and users with the commands shown below.
fiberdriver# show groups
System user/group configuration:
username admin password encrypted $1$kQ2rIq/$Ob8wFa2EW135XC4TnN7wJ/ class
super
username admin group all
username boss password encrypted $1$8kwjpD/$rtxpBG0AYfC7z7WxdjBuG. class
super
username boss group all
group all write 1
Your configured permissions:
Read/Write Chassis: 1
(From Group 'all')
fiberdriver#
4.3.3.7 “show users”
fiberdriver# show users
username admin password encrypted $1$kQ2rIq/$Ob8wFa2EW135XC4TnN7wJ/ class
super
username admin group all
username boss password encrypted $1$8kwjpD/$rtxpBG0AYfC7z7WxdjBuG. class
super
username boss group all
fiberdriver#
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4.3.3.8 “show running-config”
fiberdriver# show running-config
Building configuration...
Current configuration:
!
! Configuration saved on 2005/01/02 00:28:18
!
!
! Configuration written by admin!
!
! EM316LNXNM-OT v4.0 fdr 58 (Jul 25 2007 - 09:34:25).
! U-Boot 1.0.1 (Jan 25 2005 - 11:08:25).
! Linux kernel v2.4.26 (#1 Wed Dec 13 10:36:44 PST 2006).
! EM316LNXNM (firmware 5c.13) (00:20:1a:02:48:28).
! Copyright (c) MRV Corp. 1993-2007.
!
ip interface 192.168.14.201/24
username admin password encrypted $1$kQ2rIq/$Ob8wFa2EW135XC4TnN7wJ/
class super
username admin group all
username debug password encrypted $1$NUIVuN/$sN7t87lmW5aoZG8ggT.I30
class debug
username debug group all
group all write 2
group all write 1
snmp-server community read encrypted $1$hZyZkA1$xiJTxyGDfVb1bcAYyW9Wi1
snmp-server community write encrypted $1$wZCHI9/$6H3mce5Y15iLhtdpoXBoa1
ip interface dhcp
chassis 1 type NC316BU-16 rev 1
chassis 2 type VIRTUAL16
slot 1.1 type EM316LNXNM-OT rev 4
slot 1.2 type EM316EFRM rev 6
slot 1.3 type EM316SW-XY rev 1
slot 1.4 type EM316F rev 12
slot 2.2 type EM316EFRM rev 6
fiberdriver#
The show running-config command displays the currently active system parameters for
the management system.
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4.3.3.9 “show startup-config”
The show startup-config command displays the contents of the startup-config file that
are applied when the system boots. Default values are applied to any parameters not
specified in this file.
fiberdriver# show startup-config
!
! Configuration saved on 2005/01/01 18:59:21
!
!
! Configuration written by admin!
!
! EM316LNXNM-OT v4.0 fdr 54 (Jun 8 2007 - 15:57:38).
! U-Boot 1.0.1 (Jan 25 2005 - 11:08:25).
! Linux kernel v2.4.26 (#1 Wed Dec 13 10:36:44 PST 2006).
! EM316LNXNM (firmware 5c.13) (00:20:1a:02:48:28).
! Copyright (c) MRV Corp. 1993-2007.
!
ip interface 192.168.14.201/24
username admin password encrypted $1$kQ2rIq/$Ob8wFa2EW135XC4TnN7wJ/ class
super
username admin group all
username debug password encrypted $1$NUIVuN/$sN7t87lmW5aoZG8ggT.I30 class
debug
username debug group all
group all write 1
group all write 2
snmp-server community read encrypted $1$hZyZkA1$xiJTxyGDfVb1bcAYyW9Wi1
snmp-server community write encrypted $1$wZCHI9/$6H3mce5Y15iLhtdpoXBoa1
ip interface dhcp
chassis 1 type NC316BU-16 rev 1
chassis 2 type VIRTUAL16
slot 1.1 type EM316LNXNM-OT rev 4
slot 1.2 type EM316EFRM rev 6
slot 1.3 type EM316SW-XY rev 1
slot 1.4 type EM316F rev 12
slot 2.2 type EM316EFRM rev 6
fiberdriver#
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4.3.3.10 Displaying and Saving System Parameters
Use the write terminal command to display the current operating parameters.
fiberdriver# write terminal
Building configuration...
Current configuration:
!
! Configuration saved on 2005/01/02 00:29:12
!
!
! Configuration written by admin!
!
! EM316LNXNM-OT v4.0 fdr 58 (Jul 25 2007 - 09:34:25).
! U-Boot 1.0.1 (Jan 25 2005 - 11:08:25).
! Linux kernel v2.4.26 (#1 Wed Dec 13 10:36:44 PST 2006).
! EM316LNXNM (firmware 5c.13) (00:20:1a:02:48:28).
! Copyright (c) MRV Corp. 1993-2007.
!
ip interface 192.168.14.201/24
username admin password encrypted $1$kQ2rIq/$Ob8wFa2EW135XC4TnN7wJ/ class super
username admin group all
username debug password encrypted $1$NUIVuN/$sN7t87lmW5aoZG8ggT.I30 class debug
username debug group all
group all write 2
group all write 1
snmp-server community read encrypted $1$hZyZkA1$xiJTxyGDfVb1bcAYyW9Wi1
snmp-server community write encrypted $1$wZCHI9/$6H3mce5Y15iLhtdpoXBoa1
ip interface dhcp
chassis 1 type NC316BU-16 rev 1
chassis 2 type VIRTUAL16
slot 1.1 type EM316LNXNM-OT rev 4
slot 1.2 type EM316EFRM rev 6
slot 1.3 type EM316SW-XY rev 1
slot 1.4 type EM316F rev 12
slot 2.2 type EM316EFRM rev 6
fiberdriver#
Use the write file command to save the current parameters to the configuration file.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# write file
Building configuration file...
OK, saved to startup-config
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
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4.3.4 Configuration Context
Enter "configuration" context, as shown below, to configure the system parameters.
fiberdriver# configure terminal
fiberdriver(config)#
The commands in this section are entered at the configuration context prompt. They are applied
with the <CR> or <Enter> key, which is not printable.
4.3.4.1 Restoring Default Parameters
Use the default command to discard changes applied to the module configuration. The
example below illustrates returning the entire module to the original factory defaults. Use the “?”
after the default command or refer to EM316LNXNM-OT documentation for parameters to
reapply only selected default values including individual port settings.
The command below is applied in the main configuration context. The first command line in the
box opens this context from the login context.
fiberdriver(config)# default 1
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
Restored default configuration
fiberdriver(config)#
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4.3.4.2 Configuring System Parameters
Once the mode is changed, the prompt also changes. Change the SUPER user password using
the "username" command.
fiberdriver(config)# username admin password <new password>
Set the IP configuration using the "ip" command group. Set IP address and IP mask information
using the following command.
fiberdriver(config)# ip interface 192.168.1.14/24
The IP address (192.168.1.14) and the 24-bit netmask (/24) are instructive examples. Use the
IP address and netmask appropriate for the EM316LNXNM-OT on your network. Classless
Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) notation is used to specify the address “192.168.1.14” and the
address mask “24” corresponding to 255.255.255.0.
Set specific gateway information using the following command:
fiberdriver(config)# ip default-gateway 192.168.1.1
The IP information configured does not load until restarting the system or using the command:
ip interface update
Use the following command to save the configuration into permanent (non-volatile) storage:
fiberdriver(config)# write file
fiberdriver(config)# exit
The system does not automatically save configurations to permanent storage. Use the write
file command to save a configuration before restarting the system. Now the IP configuration is
complete. The default SNMP community names are "public" for read and "private" for write.
Use the description command to change names of the chassis, slot, and port. Use the show
command to verify the change. Chassis names are limited to nine characters.
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4.3.5 Chassis Context
Command examples in this section are applied in the chassis-level context. The box below
shows the command to navigate to the chassis context from the login context.
fiberdriver# configure terminal
fiberdriver(config)#
fiberdriver(config)# chassis 1
fiberdriver(chassis/1)#
4.3.5.1 “show”
The following CLI excerpt shows a Fiber Driver chassis system with an EM316SW-XY
module and an EM316LNXNM-OT network management (NM) module.
fiberdriver(chassis/1)# show
Model: NC316BU-16
Name: SOLO
Temp(C): 24
Temp Min(C): 5
Temp Limit(C): 55
PS1: DC Bad PS2: AC Good
Fan1: good Fan2: good
Fan3: good
Chassis Traps: on Slot Change Traps: on
Port Traps: on
Link Traps: on
LIN Traps: on Port Change Traps: on
Module Specific Traps: on
Loopback Traps: on
Port Diags Traps: on
Number Of Slots: 16
Hardware Revision: 1
Slot
====
1.1
1.3
Model
=============
EM316LNXNM-OT
EM316SW-XY
Name
====================
EM316LNXNM-OT at 1.1
EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Serial Number
============================
00:20:1a:02:48:28
N/A
fiberdriver(chassis/1)#
Use the command line “?” (help character, shown below) to display command line
parameters for the show command.
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4.3.5.2 Other Commands
The commands available at the chassis level are consistent in Fiber Driver environments.
These general system features are beyond the scope of this document. A list of available
commands in the chassis context is displayed by typing “?” or “list” at the prompt.
fiberdriver(chassis/1)# ?
chassis
Configure a chassis
default
Restore parameter(s) to defaults
description
Set chassis name
echo
Display text for scripting
end
End current context and go down to initial command context
exit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
gen-trap
Enable trap generation for the chassis
list
Print command list
logout
Logout of the system
map
Configure port map for entire current context
next
Configure next element
no
Negate a command
pager
Pause scrolling when screen is full
port
Configure a port
previous
Configure previous element
quit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
show
Show basic info
sleep
Pause CLI for scripting
slot
Configure a slot
temperature-limit Adjust high-temperature limit (deg. C)
temperature-min
Adjust low-temperature limit (deg. C)
who
Find out who is connected to the system
whoami
Who am I?
write
Write running configuration to memory or terminal
fiberdriver(chassis/1)#
For a list of available commands in any context, type “?” or “list” at the prompt or refer to
EM316LNXNM-OT manuals.
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4.3.6 Slot Context Commands and Examples
The slot-level command context interacts with specific modules mounted in the managed
chassis. Command examples in this section are applied to the module in the slot designated in
the prompt. The box below shows the command to navigate to the slot context from the login
context.
fiberdriver# configure terminal
fiberdriver(config)#
fiberdriver(config)# slot 1.1
fiberdriver(slot/1.1)#
Some sample commands are illustrated in this section.
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4.3.6.1 “?”
The “?” is a special help character in the EM316LNXNM-OT command line. In previous
releases, the “?” character did not echo to the display when typed. Beginning in version 4.0,
the “?” displays as other commands do. Results of the help request are displayed
immediately to the monitor.
The box below shows the output of the “?” typed alone on the command line in the slot-level
configuration context. In other contexts, the display is different to reflect the commands
available from the current prompt. Navigate to each operational context and type “?” at the
prompt to become familiar with these commands in your environment. Also notice the
different help output in the slot-level context of a different Fiber Driver module type. The box
displayed below is specific to EM316SW-XY modules.
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# ?
clear-type
Clear Type, if locking types
default
Restore parameter(s) to defaults
description Set slot name
echo
Display text for scripting
end
End current context and go down to initial command context
exit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
list
Print command list
logout
Logout of the system
next
Configure next element
no
Negate a command
pager
Pause scrolling when screen is full
port
Configure a port
previous
Configure previous element
quit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
show
Show basic info
sleep
Pause CLI for scripting
slot
Configure a slot
up
Configure parent element
who
Find out who is connected to the system
whoami
Who am I?
write
Write running configuration to memory or terminal
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)#
The “?” may also be used in two ways after a command typed at the prompt in any context.
When typed immediately after a command line entry with no space separating it from the
command, the “?” displays a list of commands that match the preceding string and a
description of each matching command function. When a space separates the command
string from the “?”, the display shows the first matching command and a list of the options for
the next required parameter on the command line.
Read more about the “?” help character in the EM316LNXNM-OT User Guide. There is no
substitution for practicing the command to become familiar with its behavior.
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4.3.6.2 “list”
The list command displays all the full command options (including applicable command
line arguments) available in the current context.
fiberdriver(slot/1.1)# list
clear-type
default all
default description
default me
description .LINE
echo
echo .LINE
end
exit
list
logout
next
no description
no pager
pager
port (PORT-NUM|PORT)
previous
quit
show
show config
show defaults
show digital-diagnostics
show running-config
show statistics
sleep <0-10>
slot SLOT
up
who
who am i
whoami
write file
write terminal
fiberdriver(slot/1.1)#
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4.3.6.3 “show”
The “show” command displays management and system information related to the
EM316LNXNM-OT management module, the hosting chassis, other modules in the chassis,
and ports available within the managed system. The arguments (parameters) following the
show command and the operational context displayed by the system prompt control the
many functions available through this command.
The next box displays the CLI help for the show command in the slot-level context of the
EM316SW-XY modules. The first command (shown in bold) is “show?” and the second
command (also in bold) is “show ?”. The subtle difference between the two commands is the
space separating the command from the “?” in the second command.
fiberdriver(slot/1.4)# show?
show Show basic info
fiberdriver(slot/1.4)# show ?
<cr>
Show basic info
config
Show administrative configuration for this object
defaults
Show default configuration for this object
digital-diagnostics Show Digital Diagnostics summary
redundancy
Show slot redundancy info
running-config
Current operating configuration
statistics
Show port info
fiberdriver(slot/1.4)# show
The box below illustrates the show command applied with no arguments in the slot-level
context of an EM316SW-XY module.
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# show
Slot: 1.3
Model: EM316SW-XY
Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Hardware Revision: 1, FPGA 0x68
Sw Configurable: yes
Redundancy: enabled
Number
Port
=====
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Of Ports: 4
Enable
Link
======= =========
enable
no Signal
enable
no Signal
enable
no Signal
disable no Signal
Operation Type: redundant
LIN
=======
disable
disable
disable
N/A
Speed
========
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
100 Mbps
N/A
DDiags
======
N/A
Alarm
Alarm
N/A
WL(nm)
======
N/A
850
850
N/A
Name
==============
RJ-45 at 1.3.1
SFP at 1.3.2
SFP at 1.3.3
RJ-45 at 1.3.4
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)#
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Display Digital Diagnostic statistics for the SFP ports with the command shown below.
fiberdriver(slot/1.5)# show digital-diagnostics
Port
DDiags Temp(C) Supply(V) TxPower(dBm)
===== ====== ======= ========= ============
1.5.2 Alarm
42
3.308
-6.144
1.5.3 Alarm
47
3.282
-5.669
RxPower(dBm)
============
-23.553
-26.739
Bias(mA)
========
4.248
5.728
fiberdriver(slot/1.5)#
The boxes below illustrate two common parameters used with the show command.
Default settings are listed in the show defaults command output. These parameters
reflect the module boot configuration which is determined by DIP switches and firmware
programming. All lines in this display begin with “!” to indicate that they are comments for
information only.
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# show defaults
slot 1.3
! description EM316SW-XY at 1.3
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)#
The show config command displays the active environment settings currently in the
operational context. The lines beginning with “!” are comments added for clarity in the CLI
display only. The comment lines ending with “:” are headings that describe the settings listed
in this display.
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# show config
slot 1.3
! Configured parameters that override defaults:
! Configured parameters that match defaults:
! Parameters that will follow defaults:
! description EM316 SW-XY at 1.3
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)#
The default parameter values are constant for each module, but can change to reflect DIP
switch settings. Changes to these parameter values are reflected in the show config
command output. Restoring the default values returns the module to its original operating
state. Preserve changes made to the configuration for use in future CLI sessions and beyond
a reboot by writing them to the startup-config file as described later in this section.
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Each module may be given a descriptive name with the command below. The show
command follows with the new name line in bold font. Each new slot name may also be
displayed with individual show commands in each slot context.
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# description MY-SW-XY
fiberdriver(slot/1.3)# up
fiberdriver(chassis/1)# show
Model: NC316BU-16
Name: NC316BU-1
Temp(C): 25
Temp Min(C): 5
Temp Limit(C): 55
PS1: DC Bad PS2: AC Good
Fan1: good Fan2: good
Fan3: good
Chassis Traps: on Slot Change Traps: on
Port Traps: on
Link Traps: on
LIN Traps: on Port Change Traps: on
Module Specific Traps: on
Loopback Traps: on
Port Diags Traps: on
Number Of Slots: 16
Hardware Revision: 1
Slot
====
1.2
1.3
Model
===============
EM316LNXNM-OT
EM316SW-XY
Name
======================
EM316LNXNM-OT at 1.2
MY-SW-XY
Serial Number
============================
00:20:1a:02:48:28
N/A
fiberdriver(chassis/1)#
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4.3.7 Port Context Commands and Examples
Command examples in this section are applied in the port-level context. The box below shows
the command to navigate to a specific port context from the login context.
fiberdriver# configure terminal
fiberdriver(config)# port 1.3.1
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
4.3.7.1 “?”
The “?” command, used alone on the command line, lists the commands available in the
current operational context.
The “?” may also be used in two ways following a command word typed at the prompt in any
context. When typed immediately after a command line entry with no space separating it
from the command, the “?” displays a list of commands that match the preceding string and a
description of each matching command function. When a space separates the command
string from the “?”, the display shows the first matching command and a list of the options for
the next required parameter on the command line.
Read more about the “?” help character in the EM316LNXNM-OT User Guide. There is no
substitution for practicing the command to become familiar with its behavior.
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The box below shows the output of the “?” typed alone on the command line in the port-level
configuration context. The box below is specific to the RJ-45 copper ports (P1 and P4) of the
EM316SW-XY modules.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# ?
auto-neg-adv
Adjust auto-negotiation advertisement
auto-negotiation Enable auto-negotiation
default
Restore parameter(s) to defaults
description
Set port name
duplex
Adjust port duplex setting
echo
Display text for scripting
end
End current context and go down to initial command context
exit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
list
Print command list
logout
Logout of the system
mdi-pinout
Adjust MDI/MDI-X auto-sense
next
Configure next element
no
Negate a command
pager
Pause scrolling when screen is full
port
Configure a port
previous
Configure previous element
protocol
Set protocol
quit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
rm-chassis
Set remote chassis connectivity information
rm-port
Set remote port connectivity information
rm-slot
Set remote slot connectivity information
show
Show basic info
shutdown
Disable the port
sleep
Pause CLI for scripting
speed
Adjust port speed
up
Configure parent element
who
Find out who is connected to the system
whoami
Who am I?
write
Write running configuration to memory or terminal
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
The commands listed by the help (“?”) command may be different depending upon the
specific port context displayed.
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The box below is specific to the SFP ports (P2 and P3) of the EM316SW-XY modules in
NON-REDUNDANT operational modes including the DEFAULT configuration. Notice the
differences in the command list that reflect the capabilities of the target port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# ?
default
Restore parameter(s) to defaults
description Set port name
echo
Display text for scripting
end
End current context and go down to initial command context
exit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
list
Print command list
logout
Logout of the system
loopback
Enable Loopback
next
Configure next element
no
Negate a command
pager
Pause scrolling when screen is full
port
Configure a port
previous
Configure previous element
protocol
Set protocol
quit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
rm-chassis
Set remote chassis connectivity information
rm-port
Set remote port connectivity information
rm-slot
Set remote slot connectivity information
show
Show basic info
shutdown
Disable the port
sleep
Pause CLI for scripting
up
Configure parent element
who
Find out who is connected to the system
whoami
Who am I?
write
Write running configuration to memory or terminal
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
The commands listed by the help (“?”) command may be different depending upon the
specific port context displayed.
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The box below is specific to the SFP ports (P2 and P3) of the EM316SW-XY modules in
REDUNDANT mode.
Notice the differences in the command list from the same port in a non-redundant mode.
• shutdown is no longer available
• select-link is available only in redundant mode
• lin is available
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# ?
default
Restore parameter(s) to defaults
description Set port name
echo
Display text for scripting
end
End current context and go down to initial command context
exit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
lin
Enable LIN
list
Print command list
logout
Logout of the system
loopback
Enable Loopback
next
Configure next element
no
Negate a command
pager
Pause scrolling when screen is full
port
Configure a port
previous
Configure previous element
protocol
Set protocol
quit
Exit current context and go down to previous context
rm-chassis
Set remote chassis connectivity information
rm-port
Set remote port connectivity information
rm-slot
Set remote slot connectivity information
select-link Select whether channel carries data
show
Show basic info
sleep
Pause CLI for scripting
up
Configure parent element
who
Find out who is connected to the system
whoami
Who am I?
write
Write running configuration to memory or terminal
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
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4.3.7.2 “list”
The list command displays all the full command options (including applicable command
line arguments) available in the current context.
4.3.7.3 “show”
The show command displays management and system information related to the
EM316LNXNM-OT management module, the hosting chassis, other modules in the chassis,
and ports available within the managed system. The arguments (parameters) following the
show command and the operational context displayed by the system prompt control the
many functions available through this command.
The box below illustrates the show command. The help “?” is applied first, then the command
is used with no arguments in the port context of a copper port in an EM316SW-XY module.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# show
Port: 1.3.1
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN: disable
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdi
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
The CLI help for the show command is identical in the port-level context and the slot-level
contexts. Refer to the Slot-Level Commands section for “show?” and “show ?” information.
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The box below illustrates the show command with no arguments in the port context of an
SFP port with an optical transceiver in an EM316SW-XY module.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# show
Port: 1.3.2
Name: SFP at 1.3.2
Part #/Rev: SFP-DGD-SX/A
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 100Base-Tx 100 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN:
Speed:
Nom. BR:
Duplex:
disable
100 Mbps
2100
full
Revertive: no
Loopback: off
Serial Number: U982S8B
Vendor Info: MRV
Connector: fo LC Medium: multi Mode
Wavelength(nm): 850
TxPower(dBm): -4.579 RxPower(dBm): -35.228
DDiags: Alarm
Temp(C): 33
Bias(mA): 9.251
Supply(V): 3.305
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
Alarm Cause: Rx Power Too Low Alarm
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
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4.3.7.4 “description”
As with a module at the slot level, a descriptive name may be applied to each port. An
example of the description command at the port level is shown below.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# description SWXY-port1
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# show
Port: 1.3.1
Name: SWXY-port1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN: disable
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdi
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
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4.3.7.5 “show defaults”
Default settings are listed in the show defaults command output. These parameters
reflect the module boot configuration which is determined by DIP switches and firmware
programming. All lines in this display begin with “!” to indicate that they are comments for
information only.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# show defaults
port 1.3.1
! auto-negotiation
! duplex full
! speed 100
! no shutdown
! description RJ-45 at 1.3.1
! rm-chassis 0
! rm-slot 0
! rm-port 0
! ! auto-neg-adv 0x0f:
! auto-neg-adv all
! mdi-pinout auto-sense
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
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4.3.7.6 “show config”
The show config command displays the active environment settings currently in the
operational context. The lines beginning with “!” are comments added for clarity in the CLI
display only. The comment lines ending with “:” are headings that describe the settings listed
in this display.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# show config
port 1.3.1
! Configured parameters that override defaults:
! Configured parameters that match defaults:
! Parameters that will follow defaults:
! auto-negotiation
! duplex full
! speed 100
! no shutdown
! description RJ-45 at 1.3.1
! rm-chassis 0
! rm-slot 0
! rm-port 0
! ! auto-neg-adv 0x0f:
! auto-neg-adv all
! mdi-pinout auto-sense
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
The default parameter values are constant for each module, but can change to reflect DIP
switch settings. Changes to these parameter values are reflected in the show config
command output. Restoring the default values returns the module to its original operating
state. Preserve changes made to the configuration for use in future CLI sessions and beyond
a reboot by writing them to the startup-config file as described later in this section.
4.3.7.7 “shutdown” and “no shutdown”
The shutdown commands enable and disable the transmitter of the target port. SFP ports in
redundant mode may not be disabled, so the command is not available in the corresponding
mode and context.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# shutdown
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# no
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 19:25:25
Port 1.3.1 Disabled, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16 Slot
Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# no shutdown
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 19:25:37
Port 1.3.1 Enabled, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16 Slot Nam
e: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
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4.3.7.8 “lin”
The lin commands enable and disable the Lin Integrity Notification function on the target
port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# lin
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 19:25:50 1.3.4: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> enable Ok
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 19:25:52 Port 1.3.1 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 19:25:52 Port 1.3.4 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 PortName: RJ-45 at 1.3.4
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# no lin
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 19:26:01 1.3.4: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> disable Ok
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 19:26:04 Port 1.3.1 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 19:26:04 Port 1.3.4 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.4
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
In redundant-mode, changing LIN on any port, P1, P2, or P3, automatically adjusts LIN on
the remaining ports. Since port P4 is disabled, no message displays for that port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.3)# lin
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:01 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> enable Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:01 1.3.2: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> enable Ok
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:04 Port 1.3.1 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:04 Port 1.3.2 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 PortName: SFP at 1.3.2
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:04 Port 1.3.3 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 PortName: SFP at 1.3.3
fiberdriver(port/1.3.3)# no lin
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:09 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> disable Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:09 1.3.2: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> disable Ok
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:12 Port 1.3.1 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:12 Port 1.3.2 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: SFP at 1.3.2
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 02 18:38:12 Port 1.3.3 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16
Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: SFP at 1.3.3
fiberdriver(port/1.3.3)#
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4.3.8 RJ-45 Port Commands
The commands in this section are specific to the RJ-45 Ethernet (copper) ports P1 and P4 on
the EM316SW-XY module.
4.3.8.1 “auto-neg-adv”
This command sets the data rates displayed as options in auto-negotiation.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# auto-neg-adv?
auto-neg-adv Adjust auto-negotiation advertisement
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# auto-neg-adv ?
10
Advertise 10Base-T
100
Advertise 100Base-Tx
1000
Advertise 1000Base-T
flow-control Advertise flow control
all
Advertise all capabilities
full
Advertise full duplex only for all speeds
half
Advertise half duplex only for all speeds
hex
Advertise using hex format (see MIB descr. for
help)
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# auto-neg-adv all
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
4.3.8.2 “auto-negotiation”
This command sets auto-negotiation mode on the target port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# auto-negotiation?
auto-negotiation Enable auto-negotiation
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# auto-negotiation ?
<cr>
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# auto-negotiation
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 22:35:34 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted
PortMDIPinoutAdmin -> removed Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 22:35:34 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted
PortDuplex -> removed Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 22:35:34 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted
PortSpeed -> removed Ok
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
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4.3.8.3 “mdi-pinout”
This command sets the mdi/mdix pinout for the target port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# mdi-pinout?
mdi-pinout Adjust MDI/MDI-X auto-sense
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# mdi-pinout ?
auto-sense Autodetect MDI/MDI-X
mdix
MDI-X
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# mdi-pinout auto-sense
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:55:54 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted
PortAutoNegotiation -> off Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:55:54 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted
PortDuplex -> half Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:55:54 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted
PortSpeed -> 10 Mbps Ok
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
4.3.8.4 “duplex”
This command sets the duplex mode on the target port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# duplex?
duplex Adjust port duplex setting
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# duplex ?
full Set to full duplex
half Set to half duplex
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# duplex full
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
4.3.8.5 “speed”
This command sets the data rates for the target port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# speed?
speed Adjust port speed
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# speed ?
10
Set to 10Mbps
100 Set to 100Mbps
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# speed 100
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)#
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4.3.9 SFP Port Commands
The following commands are specific to the SFP ports on the EM316SW-XY module.
4.3.9.1 “loopback”
This command activates the loopback function on the target port.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# loopback
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:07 Port 1.3.2
Loopback On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: SFP at
1.3.2
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# no loopback
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:22 Port 1.3.2
Loopback Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: SFP
at 1.3.2
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
4.3.9.2 “lin”
This command activates or deactivates the Link Integrity Notification function.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# lin
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:33 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> enable Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:33 1.3.3: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> enable Ok
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:34 Port 1.3.1 LIN
On, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:34 Port 1.3.2 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 PortName: SFP at 1.3.2
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:34 Port 1.3.3 LIN On, Chassis Name: NC316BU16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 PortName: SFP at 1.3.3
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# no lin
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:42 1.3.1: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> disable Ok
fdrd[60]|CORE|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:42 1.3.3: Auto-adjusted PortLIN -> disable Ok
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:46 Port 1.3.1 LIN
Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU-16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:46 Port 1.3.2 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: SFP at 1.3.2
fdrd[60]|TRAP|
warn|Jan 01 21:30:46 Port 1.3.3 LIN Off, Chassis Name: NC316BU16 Slot Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3 Port Name: SFP at 1.3.3
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
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4.3.9.3 “select-link”
In Redundant Link mode, the “select link” command attempts to activate the target
redundant port, P2 or P3. If the selected port does not have an available link, then the other
redundant port is tried.
The module selects the first established SFP interface link, port P2 or P3, as the primary link.
The port not selected becomes the secondary (redundant) link which activates if the primary
link fails.
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# select-link?
select-link Select whether channel carries data
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# select-link ?
active
Attempt to make this port active
standby Attempt to make this port standby
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)# select-link active
fiberdriver(port/1.3.2)#
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4.4 Configuration Examples
Each operational mode is represented below with the “show” command.
4.4.1 Repeater Mode
MODE1
MODE0
ON
ON
In this mode, the module acts as a pair of repeaters.
• Fiber Optic Repeater between the two 100Base-FX SFP based interfaces
• Copper Repeater between the two 10/100 Base-TX interfaces
fiberdriver# show 1.3
Slot: 1.3
Model: EM316SW-XY
Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Hardware Revision: 1, FPGA 0x68
Sw Configurable: yes
Number
Port
=====
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Operation Type: repeater
Of Ports: 4
Enable Link
====== =========
enable no Signal
enable no Signal
enable no Signal
enable no Signal
LIN
=======
disable
disable
disable
disable
Speed
========
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
100 Mbps
10 Mbps
DDiags
======
N/A
Ok
Ok
N/A
WL(nm)
======
N/A
1590
1590
N/A
Name
==============
RJ-45 at 1.3.1
SFP at 1.3.2
SFP at 1.3.3
RJ-45 at 1.3.4
fiberdriver#
In Dual Repeater mode, copper ports P1 and P4 and paired and SFP ports P2 and P3 are
paired. Only the copper port pair is shown in this example.
fiberdriver(config)# port 1.3.1
fiberdriver(port/1.3.1)# no lin
fdrd[58]|TRAP|
warn|17:11:43 1978 Port 1.3.1 LIN Off
fdrd[58]|TRAP|
warn|17:11:44 1978 Port 1.3.4 LIN Off
fiberdriver(port/1.3.4)# lin
fdrd[58]|TRAP|
warn|17:14:37 1978 Port 1.3.1 LIN On
fdrd[58]|TRAP|
warn|17:14:38 1978 Port 1.3.4 LIN On
fiberdriver(port/1.3.4)#
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fiberdriver# show 1.3.1
Port: 1.3.1
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN: disable
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdi
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
fiberdriver# show 1.3.4
Port: 1.3.4
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.4
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN: disable
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdi
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
PN 1288003-001, Rev D2
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Fiber Driver® EM316SW-XY
4.4.2 Converter Mode
MODE1
MODE0
ON
OFF
In Converter mode, ports P1 and P2 are paired and ports P3 and P4 are paired. Each pair links
a copper port to an SFP port, which will generally have an optical SFP transceiver installed to
convert between media.
fiberdriver# show 1.3
Slot: 1.3
Model: EM316SW-XY
Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Hardware Revision: 1, FPGA 0x68
Sw Configurable: yes
Number
Port
=====
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Operation Type: converter
Of Ports: 4
Enable Link
====== =========
enable no Signal
enable no Signal
enable no Signal
enable no Signal
LIN
=======
disable
disable
disable
disable
Speed
========
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
100 Mbps
10 Mbps
DDiags
======
N/A
Ok
Ok
N/A
WL(nm)
======
N/A
1590
1590
N/A
Name
==============
RJ-45 at 1.3.1
SFP at 1.3.2
SFP at 1.3.3
RJ-45 at 1.3.4
fiberdriver#
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fiberdriver# show 1.3.1
Port: 1.3.1
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN: disable
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdi
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
fiberdriver# show 1.3.2
Port: 1.3.2
Name: SFP at 1.3.2
Part #/Rev: SFP1250ZXCWDM/1.1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 100Base-Tx 100 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN:
Speed:
Nom. BR:
Duplex:
disable
100 Mbps
1300
full
Revertive: no
Loopback: off
Serial Number: 33BE125099
Vendor Info: LUMINENT
Connector: fo LC Medium: single Mode
Wavelength(nm): 1590
TxPower(dBm): 3.181 RxPower(dBm): -Inf
DDiags: Ok
Temp(C): 43
Rx Activity: off
Bias(mA): 33.257
Supply(V): 3.266
Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
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fiberdriver# show 1.3.3
Port: 1.3.3
Name: SFP at 1.3.3
Part #/Rev: SFP-GDCWXD-59/B
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 100Base-Tx 100 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN:
Speed:
Nom. BR:
Duplex:
disable
100 Mbps
1300
full
Revertive: no
Loopback: off
Serial Number: 48OAC7353S
Vendor Info: MRV COMM, INC.
Connector: fo LC Medium: single Mode
Wavelength(nm): 1590
TxPower(dBm): -3.92 RxPower(dBm): -43.23
DDiags: Ok
Temp(C): 41
Rx Activity: off
Bias(mA): 24.497
Supply(V): 3.271
Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
fiberdriver# show 1.3.4
Port: 1.3.4
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.4
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
LIN: disable
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdix
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
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4.4.3 Redundant Mode
MODE1
MODE0
OFF
ON
iberdriver# show 1.3
Slot: 1.3
Model: EM316SW-XY
Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Hardware Revision: 1, FPGA 0x68
Sw Configurable: yes
Redundancy: enabled
Number
Port
=====
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Of Ports: 4
Enable
Link
======= =========
enable
link
enable
link
enable
link
disable no Signal
PN 1288003-001, Rev D2
Operation Type: redundant
LIN
======
enable
enable
enable
N/A
Speed
========
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
100 Mbps
N/A
DDiags
======
N/A
Ok
Ok
N/A
WL(nm)
======
N/A
1590
1590
N/A
Name
==============
RJ-45 at 1.3.1
SFP at 1.3.2
SFP at 1.3.3
RJ-45 at 1.3.4
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4.4.4 Switching Mode
MODE1
MODE0
OFF
OFF
fiberdriver# show 1.3
Slot: 1.3
Model: EM316SW-XY
Name: EM316SW-XY at 1.3
Hardware Revision: 1, FPGA 0x68
Sw Configurable: yes
Number
Port
=====
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
Operation Type: switch
Of Ports: 4
Enable Link
====== =========
enable link
enable link
enable link
enable no Signal
Speed
========
10 Mbps
100 Mbps
100 Mbps
10 Mbps
DDiags
======
N/A
Ok
Ok
N/A
WL(nm)
======
N/A
1590
1590
N/A
Name
==============
RJ-45 at 1.3.1
SFP at 1.3.2
SFP at 1.3.3
RJ-45 at 1.3.4
fiberdriver#
P1 and P4 are copper RJ-45 Ethernet ports. P2 and P3 are SFP sockets, so the port specifics
depend upon the SFP transceivers installed. This example shows P1 configured at 10 Mbps
and P4 at 100 Mbps. Only optical SFP port P2 is illustrated because the same variety of SFP is
installed in P2 and P3.
Port P1 (Copper)
fiberdriver# show 1.3.1
Port: 1.3.1
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdix
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
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Ports P2 & P3 (SFP)
fiberdriver# show 1.3.2
Port: 1.3.2
Name: SFP at 1.3.2
Part #/Rev: SFP1250ZXCWDM/1.1
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 100Base-Tx 100 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
Speed: 100 Mbps
Nom. BR: 1300
Duplex: full
Revertive: no
Loopback: off
Serial Number: 33BE125099
Vendor Info: LUMINENT
Connector: fo LC Medium: single Mode
Wavelength(nm): 1590
TxPower(dBm): 3.173 RxPower(dBm): -48.587
DDiags: Ok
Temp(C): 43
Rx Activity: off
Bias(mA): 33.239
Supply(V): 3.266
Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
Port P4 (Copper)
fiberdriver# show 1.3.4
Port: 1.3.4
Name: RJ-45 at 1.3.4
Protocol: Ethernet
Rate: 10Base-T 10 Mbps
Enable: enable
Link: no Signal
Speed: 10 Mbps
Duplex:
Auto Neg:
Adv 10Base-T:
Adv 100Base-Tx:
half
on
on
on
MDI Pinout: mdi
MDI Pinout desired: auto Sense
Connector: RJ45 Medium: twisted Pair
Rx Activity: off Tx Activity: off
fiberdriver#
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5 Appendix
5.1 Technical Specifications
Operating Temperature Range:
EM316SW-XY
Æ
0° C to 50° C ( 32° F to 122° F)
EM316SW-XYTH Æ
-35° C to 70° C (-31° F to 158° F)
Storage Temperature:
-40° C to 95° C (-40° F to 203° F)
Physical Dimensions:
25 mm x 75 mm x 175 mm deep (1" x 3" x 7" deep)
Weight:
120 - 240 g (4.2 oz to 8.5 oz) depending on configuration
Power:
Maximum 10W, dependent on SFP modules installed
5.2 Operating Environment
Temperature:
Humidity:
Ventilation:
0 to 45 °C (32 to 113 °F)
Non-condensing, less than 85%
25 mm (1 inch) minimum clearance around external air vents
5.3 Troubleshooting
This section provides basic troubleshooting to rectify the most common issues with the EM316SWXY. If the information provided in this section and in this manual do not resolve the issue, please
do not hesitate to contact MRV Communications Customer Support or your local MRV sales
representative.
Basic Troubleshooting Checklist
• Ensure all chassis are powered and operating properly.
• Ensure all modules are inserted correctly and receiving power.
• Ensure SFPs are inserted properly and functioning correctly.
• Ensure User Links are functioning properly and sending the desired signal.
• Ensure Fiber Optic connections are correct (Rx to Tx).
• Ensure Dipswitches are set to the proper settings for your application.
• Ensure the speed, duplex, MDIX (or Auto-Negotiation) is set properly for all RJ-45 User Ports.
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20415 Nordhoff Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Tel: 818-773-0900
Fax: 818-773-0906
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