QCT_LY3 Switch_IG
QuantaMesh T3040-LY3
Network Switch
(Layer 2/3 Managed 10GBT Switch)
Installation Guide
Contents
Chapter 1: Safety and Regulatory Information..............................1
1.1 Copyright....................................................................................2
1.2 About the Manual.......................................................................2
1.3 Intended Application Uses..........................................................2
1.4 Safety Information......................................................................2
1.4.1 Switch Safety Information................................................2
1.4.2 Installation Assembly Safety Instructions........................4
1.4.3 Site Selection...................................................................4
1.4.4 Equipment Handling Practices.........................................5
1.4.5 Power and Electrical Warnings........................................5
1.4.6 Power Cord Warnings......................................................6
1.4.7 System Access Warnings................................................6
1.4.8 Rack Mount Warnings.....................................................7
1.4.9 Other Hazards.................................................................8
1.5 Regulatory and Compliance Information....................................9
1.5.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility Notices............................9
1.5.2 Product Regulatory Compliance Markings....................11
Chapter 2: Introduction..................................................................12
2.1 Front Panel...............................................................................13
2.1.1 LED Description.............................................................13
2.2 Rear Panel................................................................................14
2.3 Package Contents....................................................................15
Chapter 3: Hardware Installation..................................................... 16
3.1 Unpack the Hardware...............................................................17
3.2 Install the Switch.......................................................................17
3.2.1 Select the Location........................................................17
3.2.2 Install the Switch............................................................18
3.3 Connect to Power.....................................................................20
3.4 Check the Installation...............................................................20
3.5 Connect Equipment..................................................................20
3.5.1 10GBASE-T Port...........................................................20
3.5.2 SFP+ Port......................................................................21
3.6 Connect to Console Port..........................................................22
3.7 Connect to Management Port...................................................23
3.8 Connect to USB Port................................................................24
Chapter 4: Initial Configuration....................................................... 25
4.1 Initial Configuration Process.....................................................26
4.2 Configure the IP Address.........................................................26
4.2.1 Set IP Address Manually...............................................26
4.2.2 Obtain IP Address by DHCP..........................................27
4.3 Manage the Switch...................................................................28
4.3.1 CLI Management...........................................................28
4.3.2 SNMP Management......................................................28
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4.3.3 Web Management.........................................................29
4.4 Upgrade the Firmware..............................................................31
4.4.1 Upgrade the Firmware Image File.................................31
4.4.2 Upgrade Kernel, Uboot and Rootfs................................33
Chapter 5: Troubleshooting..........................................................35
5.1 Troubleshooting........................................................................36
5.2 Replace the Power Supply Unit................................................36
5.2.1 Remove the Power Supply Unit.....................................37
5.2.2 Replace the Power Supply Unit.....................................38
5.3 Customer Support....................................................................38
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List of Figures
Figure 2-1: Front Panel View............................................................13
Figure 2-2: 10GBASE-T and SFP+ Port LEDs.................................13
Figure 2-3: Console and Management Port LEDs...........................14
Figure 2-4: Rear Panel View............................................................14
Figure 3-1: Attach Footpads.............................................................18
Figure 3-2: Attach Brackets..............................................................19
Figure 3-3: Install Switch on Rack....................................................19
Figure 3-4: 10GBASE-T Port Numbering.........................................20
Figure 3-5: Connect 10GBASE-T Module........................................21
Figure 3-6: SFP+ Port Numbering....................................................21
Figure 3-7: Connect SFP+ Module...................................................22
Figure 3-8: Connect to Console Port................................................23
Figure 3-9: Connect to Management Port........................................23
Figure 3-10: Connect to USB Port....................................................24
Figure 4-1: Boot Up Console Screen...............................................26
Figure 4-2: General Mode CLI Command List Screen.....................27
Figure 4-3: Set Service Port IP Screen............................................27
Figure 4-4: Address Bar...................................................................29
Figure 4-5: Login Screen..................................................................29
Figure 4-6: The Web Browser Utility Screen....................................30
Figure 4-7: Set Service Port IP Screen............................................31
Figure 4-8: Example of TFTP Server Screen...................................32
Figure 4-9: Delete Image Screen Sample........................................32
Figure 4-10: Update Image Screen Sample.....................................32
Figure 4-11: Set Boot Image Success Screen Sample....................32
Figure 4-12: Check Version Screen Sample....................................33
Figure 4-13: Set Service Port IP Screen..........................................33
Figure 4-14: Example of TFTP Server Screen.................................34
Figure 4-16: Copy Kernel Image Screen Sample.............................34
Figure 5-1: Access PSU Info on Web Utility.....................................37
Figure 5-2: Remove Power Supply Unit...........................................38
List of Tables
Table 1-1: Manual Conventions Icon..................................................2
Table 1-2: Product Regulatory Compliance Markings......................11
Table 2-1: 10GBASE-T and SFP+ Port LEDs..................................13
Table 2-2: Console and Management Port LEDs.............................14
Table 4-1: Web Browser Utility Screen............................................30
Table 5-1: Troubleshooting Tips.......................................................36
Chapter 1: Safety and Regulatory Information
This chapter contains important information on safety and
regulatory, as well as conventions used in this installation guide.
Read this guide before installing and operating the system.
Safety and Regulatory Information
1.1 Copyright
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All specifications and figures are subject to change without prior notice. Actual products may look
different from the photos.
All trademarks and logos mentioned in this guide are the properties of their respective holders.
Copyright © 2014 Quanta Computer Inc. All rights reserved.
1.2 About the Manual
This installation guide is meant for network administrators with inept knowledge in network
management.
To avoid personal injury or property damage, before you begin installing the product, read, observe,
and adhere to all the following safety instructions and information.
The following symbols are used throughout the guide to highlight important information and may be
marked on the product and / or the product packaging.
Table 1-1: Manual Conventions Icon
NOTE:
Indicates useful information.
WARNING:
Indicates safety information that if ignored may cause the system to
malfunction or damage other equipment.
CAUTION:
Indicates safety information that if ignored may cause personal injury or
death.
1.3 Intended Application Uses
This product was evaluated as Information Technology Equipment (ITE). which may be installed in
offices, schools, computer rooms, and similar commercial type locations. The suitability of this product
for other product categories and environments (such as medical, industrial, residential, alarm systems,
and test equipment), other than an ITE application, may require further evaluation.
1.4 Safety Information
1.4.1 Switch Safety Information
To reduce the risk of body injury, electrical shock, fire, and equipment damage, read this document
and observe all warnings and precautions before installing or maintaining your switch.
In the event of a conflict between the information in this document and the information provided with
the product or on the website of a particular product, the product documentation takes precedence.
The switch should be integrated and serviced only by technically qualified persons.
You must adhere to the guidelines in this guide and the assembly instructions in the switch manuals
to ensure and maintain compliance with existing product certifications and approvals. Use only the
described, regulated components specified in this guide. Use of other products / components will void
the UL Listing and other regulatory approvals of the product, and may result in noncompliance with
product regulations in the region(s) in which the product is sold.
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Follow the safety guidelines below to ensure personal safety and protect the system and the working
environment from potential damage.
CAUTION:
The power supplies in the system may produce high voltages and
energy hazards which can cause bodily harm. Do not remove the covers
and access any of the components inside the system.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, disconnect all power supply
cables before servicing the system.
CAUTION:
Do not use the mounted equipment as a shelf or a work space.
Restricted access location: The switch is intended for installation only
in a Server Room or Computer Room where both these conditions apply:
• access can only be gained by SERVICE PERSONS or by USERS who
have been instructed about the reasons for the restricitons applied to
the location and about any precautions that shall be taken; and
• access is through the use of a TOOL or lock and key, or other means
of security, and is controlled by the authority responsible for the
location.
WARNING:
When a power supply needs replacement, replace the power
supply only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the
manufacturer. Replacing with an incorrect power supply may cause
explosion.
• Observe and follow service markings. Do not service the product yourself. Components inside
the system should only be serviced by trained service technician.
• If any of the following conditions occur, unplug the equipment from the electrical outlet and
replace the part or contact a trained service technician:
• The power cable, extension cable, or plug is damaged
• The equipment has been exposed to water
• The equipment has been dropped or damaged
• The equipment does not operate correctly when you follow the operating instructions
• Do not spill food or liquid on the equipment.
• Never operate the equipment in a wet environment.
• Do not push any objects into the opening of the equipment. Doing so may short internal
components and cause fire or electric shock.
• Use the system only with approved equipment.
• Allow the product to cool before removing any peripherals.
• Operate the equipment only from the type of external power source indicated on the electrical
ratings label. If you are unsure of the type of power source required, consult your local power
company.
• Use only approved power cable(s).
• To help prevent electric shock, plug the system and peripheral power cables into properly
grounded electrical outlets. Do not use adapter plugs or remove the grounding prong from
a cable. If you must use an extension cable, use an extension cable with properly grounded
plugs.
• Observe extension cable and power strip ratings. Ensure that the total ampere rating of all
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products plugged into the extension cable or power strip does not exceed 80% of the ampere
ratings limit for the extension cable or power strip.
To protect the equipment from sudden, transient increase or decrease in electrical power, use
a surge suppressor, line conditioner, or uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Do not modify power cables or plugs. Consult a licensed electrician or your power company
for site modifications. Always follow your local/national wiring rules.
To avoid possible damage to the system board, wait 5 seconds after turning off the system
before removing a component from the system board or disconnecting a peripheral device.
When connecting or disconnecting power to the hot-pluggable power supply units, observe the
following guidelines:
• Unplug the power cable before removing the power supply.
• Install the power supply to the system before connecting the power cable to the power
supply.
• If the system has multiple sources of power, disconnect power from the system by
unplugging all power cables from the power supplies.
When disconnecting a cable, pull on its connector or on its strain-relief loop, and not on the
cable itself.
1.4.2 Installation Assembly Safety Instructions
• The power supply in this product contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer servicing only to
qualified personnel.
• Do not attempt to modify or use the supplied AC power cord if it is not the exact type required.
A product with more than one power supply will have a separate AC power cord for each
supply.
• To remove the AC power from the system, you must unplug each AC power cord from the wall
outlet or power supply. The power cord(s) is considered the disconnect device to the main
(AC) power. The socket outlet that the system plugs into shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
• A microprocessor and heat sink may be hot if the system has been running. Also, there may
be sharp pins and edges on some board and chassis parts. Contact should be made with
care. Consider wearing protective gloves.
• Danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type recommended by the equipment manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries
according to manufacturer’s instructions.
• The system is safety certified as rack-mounted equipment for use in a server room or
computer room, using the customer rack kit. The rail racks are designed to carry only the
weight of the system. Do not place additional load onto any rail-mounted equipment. System
rack kits are intended to be installed in a rack by trained service technicians.
1.4.3 Site Selection
The system is designed to operate in a typical office environment. Choose a site that is:
• Clean and free of airborne particles (other than normal room dust).
• Well ventilated and away from sources of heat including direct sunlight and radiators.
• Away from sources of vibration or physical shock.
• Isolated from strong electromagnetic fields produced by electrical devices.
• In regions that are susceptible to electrical storms, we recommend you plug your system
into a surge suppressor and disconnect telecommunication lines to your modem during an
electrical storm.
• Provided with a properly grounded wall outlet.
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• Provided with sufficient space to access the power supply cord(s), because they serve as the
product’s main power disconnect.
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• Provided with either two independent AC power sources or two independent phases from a
single source.
1.4.4 Equipment Handling Practices
Reduce the risk of personal injury or equipment damage:
• Conform to local occupational health and safety requirements when moving and lifting
equipment.
• Use mechanical assistance or other suitable assistance when moving and lifting the
equipment.
• To reduce the weight for easier handling, remove any easily detachable components.
1.4.5 Power and Electrical Warnings
CAUTION:
The power is active whenever the system is plugged in. To remove
power from the system, you must unplug the AC power cord from the
wall outlet. Your system may use more than one AC power cord. Make
sure all AC power cords are unplugged. Make sure the AC power
cord(s) is/are unplugged before you open the chassis, or add or remove
any non hot-plug components.
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to modify or use an AC power cord if it is not the exact
type required. A separate AC cord is required for each system power
supply.
CAUTION:
The power supply in this product contains no user-serviceable parts.
Do not open the power supply. Hazardous voltage, current and energy
levels are present inside the power supply. Return to manufacturer for
servicing.
CAUTION:
When replacing a hot-plug power supply, unplug the power cord to the
power supply being replaced before removing it from the switch.
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1.4.6 Power Cord Warnings
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If an AC power cord was not provided with your product, purchase one that is approved for use in your
country.
CAUTION:
To avoid electrical shock or fire, check the power cord(s) that will be
used with the product as follows:
• Do not attempt to modify or use the AC power cord(s) if they are not
the exact type required to fit into the grounded electrical outlets.
• The power cord(s) must meet the following criteria: The power
cord must have an electrical rating that is greater than that of the
electrical current rating marked on the product.
CAUTION:
The power cord must have safety ground pin or contact that is suitable
for the electrical outlet.
CAUTION:
The power supply cord(s) is/are the main disconnect device to AC
power. The socket outlet(s) must be near the equipment and readily
accessible for disconnection.
CAUTION:
The power supply cord(s) must be plugged into socket outlet(s) that is/
are provided with a suitable earth ground.
1.4.7 System Access Warnings
CAUTION:
To avoid personal injury or property damage, the following safety
instructions apply whenever accessing the inside of the product:
• Turn off all peripheral devices connected to this product.
• Disconnect the AC power by unplugging all AC power cords from the
system or wall outlet.
• Disconnect all cables and telecommunication lines that are
connected to the system.
• Retain all screws or other fasteners when removing access cover(s).
Upon completion of accessing inside the product, refasten access
cover with original screws or fasteners.
• Do not access the inside of the power supply. There are no
serviceable parts in the power supply. Return to the manufacturer for
servicing.
• Power down the switch and disconnect all power cords before
adding or replacing any non hot-plug component.
• When replacing a hot-plug power supply, unplug the power cord to
the power supply being replaced before removing the power supply
from the switch.
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CAUTION:
Unless you are adding or removing a hot-plug component, allow the
system to cool before opening the covers. To avoid the possibility of
coming into contact with hot component(s) during a hot-plug installation,
be careful when removing or installing the hot-plug component(s).
CAUTION:
To avoid injury do not contact moving fan blades. If your system is
supplied with a guard over the fan, do not operate the system without
the fan guard in place.
1.4.8 Rack Mount Warnings
The following installation guidelines are required by UL for maintaining safety compliance when
installing your into a rack.
The equipment rack must be anchored to an unmovable support to prevent it from tipping when a
server or piece of equipment is extended from it. The equipment rack must be installed according to
the rack manufacturer’s instructions.
Install equipment in the rack from the bottom up, with the heaviest equipment at the bottom of the
rack.
Extend only one piece of equipment from the rack at a time.
You are responsible for installing a main power disconnect for the entire rack unit This main
disconnect must be readily accessible, and it must be labeled as controlling power to the entire unit,
not just to the server(s).
To avoid risk of potential electric shock, a proper safety ground must be implemented for the rack and
each piece of equipment installed in it.
Elevated Operating Ambient - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient
temperature of the rack environment may be greater than the room ambient. Therefore, consideration
should be given to installing the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ambient
temperature (Tma) specified by the manufacturer.
Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of air flow
required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised.
Mechanical Loading - Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a hazardous
condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading.
Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply
circuit and the effect that overloading of the circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply
wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment nameplate ratings should be used when addressing
this concern.
Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained.
Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch
circuit (e.g. use of power strips).
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1.4.9 Other Hazards
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1.4.9.1 Battery Replacement
CAUTION:
There is the danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
When replacing the battery, use only the battery recommended by the
equipment manufacturer.
CAUTION:
Dispose of batteries according to local ordinances and regulations.
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to recharge a battery.
CAUTION:
Do not attempt to disassemble, puncture, or otherwise damage a
battery.
1.4.9.2 Cooling and Airflow
CAUTION:
Carefully route cables as directed to minimize airflow blockage and
cooling problems. For proper cooling and airflow, operate the system
only with the chassis covers installed. Operating the system without the
covers in place can damage system parts. To install the covers:
• Check first to make sure you have not left loose tools or parts inside
the system.
• Check that cables, add-in cards, and other components are properly
installed.
• Attach the covers to the chassis according to the product
instructions.
1.4.9.3 Laser Peripherals or Devices
CAUTION:
To avoid risk of radiation exposure and/or personal injury:
• Do not open the enclosure of any laser peripheral or device
• Laser peripherals or devices are not serviceable
• Return to the manufacturer for servicing
• Use certified Optical Fiber Transceiver Class 1 Laser Product
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1.5 Regulatory and Compliance Information
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1.5.1 Electromagnetic Compatibility Notices
1.5.1.1 FCC Verification Statement (USA)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device may accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than the one to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment. The customer is responsible for ensuring the compliance of
the modified product.
Only peripherals (computer input/output devices, terminals, printers, etc.) that comply with FCC Class
A or B limits may be attached to this computer product. Operation with noncompliant peripherals is
likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception.
All cables used to connect to peripherals must be shielded and grounded. Operation with cables,
connected to peripherals, that are not shielded and grounded may result in interference to radio and
TV reception.
1.5.1.2 Europe (CE Declaration of Conformity)
This product has been tested in accordance to, and complies with the Low Voltage Directive
(73/23/EEC) and EMC Directive (89/336/EEC). The product has been marked with the CE Mark to
illustrate its compliance.
1.5.1.3 VCCI (Japan)
English translation of the notice above:
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference
(VCCI) from Information Technology Equipment. If this is used near a radio or television receiver in a
domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to the
instruction manual.
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1.5.1.4 BSMI Statement
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English translation of the notice above:
Warning:
This is a Class A Information Product, when used in residential environment may cause radio
frequency interference, under such circumstances, the user may be requested to take appropriate
countermeasures.
1.5.1.5 CCC Statement
1.5.1.6 Regulated Specified Components
To maintain the UL listing and compliance to other regulatory certifiications and/or declarations, the
following regulated components must be used and conditions adhered to. Interchanging or use of
other component will void the UL listing and other product certifications and approvals.
Updated product information for configurations can be found on the site at the following URL:
http://www.QuantaQCT.com
If you do not have access to the Web address, please contact your local representative.
• Add-in cards: must have a printed wiring board flammability rating of minimum UL94V-1.
Add-in cards containing external power connectors and/or lithium batteries must be UL
recognized or UL listed. Any add-in card containing modem telecommunication circuitry must
be UL listed. In addition, the modem must have the appropriate telecommunications, safety,
and EMC approvals for the region in which it is sold.
• Peripheral Storage Devices: must be UL recognized or UL listed accessory and TUV and VDE
licensed. Maximum power rating of any one device is 19 watts. Total server configuration is
not to exceed the maximum loading conditions of the power supply.
1.5.1.7 Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Compliance
Quanta® Computer Inc. has a system in place to restrict the use of banned substances in accordance
with the European Directive 2002/95/EC. Compliance is based on declaration that materials banned
in the RoHS Directive are either (1) below all applicable threshold limits or (2) an approved / pending
RoHS exemption applies.
RoHS implementation details are not fully defined and may change.
Threshold limits and banned substances are noted below:
• Quantity limit of 0.1% by mass (1000 PPM) for:
• Lead
• Mercury
• Hexavalent Chromium
• Polybrominated Biphenyls Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE)
• Quantity limit of 0.01% by mass (100 PPM) for:
• Cadmium
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1.5.1.8 End of Life / Product Recycling
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Product recycling and end-of-life take-back systems and requirements vary by country. Contact the
retailer or distributor of this product for information about product recycling and/or take-back.
1.5.2 Product Regulatory Compliance Markings
This product is marked with the following product certification markings:
Table 1-2: Product Regulatory Compliance Markings
Regulatory
Compliance
Region
cULus Listing
Marks
USA / Canada
CE Mark
Europe
FCC Marking
(Class A)
USA
Marking
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation of this device is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
VCCI Marking
(Class A)
Japan
BSMI Certification
Number & Class A
Warning
Taiwan
ICES
Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Recycling Package Other than China
Mark
CCC
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Chapter 2: Introduction
The QuantaMesh T3040-LY3 is a high performance and low latency
layer 2/3/4 Ethernet switch with 40 100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T /
10GBASE-T and 8 1/10GBASE-X SFP+ ports in a compact rack unit size.
The 40 10GBASE-T ports are backwards compatible with 100/1000M
Ethernet networks. The 8 SFP+ ports can aggregate bandwidth up to
the core switch.
The switch boasts of comprehensive network management and IP
multicast functions. Its fan reversible design provides system cooling
to fulfill different customer demands for server room setup and
application.
This chapter describes the hardware overview, supported features, and
package contents of the switch.
Introduction
2.1 Front Panel
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The following figures show the front panel of the switch.
Figure 2-1: Front Panel View
Console Port
10GBASE-T Port LEDs
SFP+ Ports
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USB Port
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SFP+ Port LEDs
10GBASE-T Ports
Management Port
2.1.1 LED Description
The following tables describe the LEDs on the front of the switch.
2.1.1.1 10GBASE-T and SFP+ Port LEDs
Figure 2-2: 10GBASE-T and SFP+ Port LEDs
10GBASE-T Port LEDs
SFP+ Port LEDs
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Table 2-1: 10GBASE-T and SFP+ Port LEDs
LED
10GBASE-T Port
Description
Upper port
Lower port
• Green: A valid network link is established on the port.
• Flashing Yellow: Data transmission in progress.
• Off: No network link is established.
Upper port
Lower port
• Green: A valid network link is established on the port.
• Flashing Yellow: Data transmission and receiving in progress.
• Off: No network link is established.
SFP+ Port
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Introduction
2.1.1.2 Console and Management Port LEDs
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Figure 2-3: Console and Management Port LEDs
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Table 2-2: Console and Management Port LEDs
LED
Description
Console Port
Status
Management Port
Orange: Always on when booting sequence completes.
Power
• Green: Power is on.
• Off: Power is off.
Speed
• Yellow: A valid 1G network link is established.
• Green: A valid 100Mbps network link is established.
• Off: A valid 10Mbps network link is established.
Link/Activity
• Green: A valid network link is established.
• Flashing Green: Network activity in progress.
2.2 Rear Panel
The following figure shows the rear panel of the switch.
Figure 2-4: Rear Panel View
AC Power Connector
(with Plug Retainer)
AC Power Connector
(with Plug Retainer)
Handle
PSU2
PSU2 LED
Handle
Fan Assembly
PSU1
PSU1 LED
The switch has two Power Supply Units (PSU) and four fan modules. The fan modules can be built in
as back-to-front or front-to-back depending on customer requirements.
The AC power connector is a standard three-pronged connector. The switch automatically adjusts its
power setting to any supply voltage in the range from 100~240 VAC at 50~60 Hz.
When the PSU is connected to the power source, the PSU LED lights green.
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2.3 Package Contents
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The following items are included with a standard package. When you open the box, check if all items
are included and free of damage.
• One T3040-LY3 managed switch
• Two AC power cords
• Four rubber footpads with adhesives
• Mounting kit (mounting brackets and screws)
• Console cable
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Chapter 3: Hardware Installation
This chapter describes the following topics:
• Unpack the Hardware
• Install the Switch
• Connect to Power
• Check the Installation
• Connect Equipment
• Connect to Console Port
• Connect to Management Port
• Connect to USB Port
Hardware Installation
3.1 Unpack the Hardware
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Ensure all items are included in the package before starting the installation.
NOTE:
The packing box is heavy. It is recommended for two persons to carry the box and
perform the installation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place the box on a flat and stable surface and cut the straps securing the box.
Remove the hardware and place it on a flat and clean surface.
Remove all other items from the box.
Inspect each item to make sure all items are included and free from damage (see “Select the
Location” on page 17).
5. Keep the packaging box in case you need to transport the switch.
3.2 Install the Switch
For a successfully installation, perform the steps below in the following order:
1. Select the location (see “3.2.1 Select the Location” on page 17).
2. Install the switch (see “3.2.2 Install the Switch” on page 18).
3. Connect the Power Source (see “3.3 Connect to Power” on page 20).
4. Check the installation (see “3.4 Check the Installation” on page 20).
3.2.1 Select the Location
The switch can be installed in the following ways:
• Flat surface installation: Placed as a standalone unit on a flat surface.
• Rack-mounted installation: Installed in a standard rack
3.2.1.1 Installation and Safety Considerations
Consider the following when choosing an installation location:
• The installation location allows you to view and access the front and rear panel ports.
• The installation location is located within a proper distance to the power source. The power
source must be properly grounded and readily accessible.
• The installation location allows you to route and organize cables for easy cable management
and maintenance.
• The installation location is free from strong electromagnetic field sources, such as radiators,
motors, and heat sources.
• The installation location is not exposed to direct sunlight, rain or moisture.
• The installation surroundings must have adequate ventilation. Proper clearance between the
switch and the wall or other equipment must be observed.
• If installing on a rack, ensure the cabinet is stable and secure to withstand any unexpected
movement, such as an earthquake. Ensure the rack or cabinet can support the weight of the
switch and other additional weight.
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3.2.1.2 Items Required for Installation
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The following items are required for installing, configuring, and connecting the switch:
• A workstation
• Ethernet cable
• Console cable
• SFP+ modules
• Phillips screwdriver
• Mounting kit
3.2.2 Install the Switch
3.2.2.1 Install on a Flat Surface
You can install the switch as a standalone unit on a flat surface, such as a tabletop or shelf top.
To install the switch on a flat surface, do the following:
1. Clean the four circular dents on the bottom side of the switch to ensure that they are free from dust
or other debris.
2. With the adhesive side on the switch chassis, attach an adhesive rubber footpad on each circular
dent.
3. Press each rubber footpads in place. The footpads will prevent the switch from sliding and protect
it from shocks and vibrations.
Figure 3-1: Attach Footpads
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3.2.2.2 Install in a Rack
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Prepare the following items before installing the switch in a rack:
• A Phillips screwdriver
• Mounting kit (supplied)
You can install the switch in most standard 19-inch (48.3-cm) racks.
To install the switch in a rack, do the following:
1. Using the Phillips screwdriver, attach a mounting bracket with four screws on each side of the
switch.
Figure 3-2: Attach Brackets
T3040-L
Y3
2. Align the brackets to the rack holes and secure them with screws.
Figure 3-3: Install Switch on Rack
T3040-LY
3
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3.3 Connect to Power
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The switch has two Power Supply Units (PSU). Each PSU has an AC power connector. Depending on
your needs, you may opt to use one or both PSUs at a time.
To connect the switch to a power source, do the following:
1. Connect one end of the AC power cord to an AC power connector.
2. If you want to use two PSUs, connect another strip of AC power cord to the other AC power
connector. Otherwise, skip this step.
3. Connect the other end(s) of the AC power cord(s) to grounded power outlet(s).
The switch has no power button. Once an AC power cord is connected to a power outlet, the switch
power is turned on. The Power LED lights green.
3.4 Check the Installation
Check the following pointers to inspect the installation:
• Is the switch securely installed and stable?
• Is/Are the AC power cord(s) properly connected to the power outlet(s)?
• Is the Power LED (on the Console port) lit green?
3.5 Connect Equipment
You can connect equipment to the switch through the 10GBASE-T and SPF+ ports.
3.5.1 10GBASE-T Port
The switch has 40-10GBASE-T ports which are numbered and have their corresponding 10GBASE-T
port LEDs. The upper row ports are odd numbered (i.e. Port 1, Port 3, Port 5, and so on). The lower
row ports are even numbered (i.e. Port 2, Port 4, Port 6, and so on). See illustration below.
Figure 3-4: 10GBASE-T Port Numbering
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1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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To connect a 10GBASE-T device, do the following:
1. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the 10GBASE-T port of the switch.
Figure 3-5: Connect 10GBASE-T Module
T3040-L
Y3
2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to a network or network device.
3. Repeat the above procedures to install additional 10GBASE-T network devices.
The 10GBASE-T port LED lights green when the network link is established.
NOTE:
Ethernet cables are not included in the package. Contact your dealer to purchase.
3.5.2 SFP+ Port
The Small Form-Factor Pluggable Plus (SFP+) port is the second generation of the SFP interconnect
system designed for 10Gb/s data rate. The switch has 8 SFP+ ports which are numbered and have
corresponding SFP+ port LEDs. The upper row ports are odd numbered (i.e. Port 41, Port 43, Port 45,
and Port 47). The lower row ports are even numbered (i.e. Port 42, Port 44, Port 46, and Port 48). See
illustration below.
The 8-SFP+ ports support 10-gigabit IEEE 802.3ba Ethernet for fiber mediums.
Figure 3-6: SFP+ Port Numbering
CON
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
43
45
47
42
44
46
48
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
T3040-LY3
MGMT
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To install an SFP+ module, do the following:
1. Slide the SFP+ module into an SFP+ port.
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Figure 3-7: Connect SFP+ Module
2. Push completely until the module locks into place.
3. Repeat the above procedures to install additional SFP+ modules.
The SFP+ port LED lights green when the network link is established.
NOTE:
SFP+ modules are not included in the package. Contact your dealer to purchase.
3.6 Connect to Console Port
The console port is used for setting up and managing the switch via a connection to a console terminal
or PC using a terminal emulation program. You can connect the switch to a terminal or PC using the
supplied console cable (RJ-45 male to RS-232 female cable) for serial communication.
Below is the console cable wiring specification table:
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RJ-45 Port
of Switch
DB9 Female Port
of PC
Abbreviation
Description
3
2
RD
Received Data
6
3
TD
Transmit Data
1
8
CTS
Clear To Send
8
7
RTS
Request To Send
5
5
GND
Ground
Hardware Installation
ENGLISH
To connect to the console, do the following:
1. Connect the RJ-45 connector to the console port of the switch.
Figure 3-8: Connect to Console Port
T3040-L
Y3
2. Connect the RS-232 end to a terminal or PC.
3. Manage the switch using the CLI commands (refer to the CLI User Manual for more information).
NOTE:
• The port LEDs beside the console port show the status of power and system OS
(see “Install the Switch” on page 18).
3.7 Connect to Management Port
The management port is a dedicated port interface which is segregated from data traffic crossing other
downlink or uplink ports. The port supports auto-negotiation. If the attached device also supports
auto-negation, the transmission can operate in either half or full duplex, and data rate can be in
10Mbps, 100Mbps, or 1000Mbps. Telnet, SNMP, and Web browser utility can all go through this port
for local or remote management after the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway are properly
configured.
To connect to the management port, do the following:
1. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the management port.
Figure 3-9: Connect to Management Port
T3040-L
Y3
2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to a network.
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The Management port LED (Link/Activity LED) lights green when the network link is established.
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NOTE:
Ethernet cables are not included in the package. Contact your dealer to purchase.
3.8 Connect to USB Port
The USB port is used to connect a high-speed USB device.
Plug the USB connector of the device to connect to the USB port.
Figure 3-10: Connect to USB Port
T3040-L
Y3
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Chapter 4: Initial Configuration
This chapter describes the following topics:
• Initial Configuration Process
• Configure the IP Address
• Manage the Switch
• Upgrade the Firmware
Initial Configuration
4.1 Initial Configuration Process
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When using the switch for the first time, configuration must be carried out through a console. Perform
the following steps to configure the switch:
1. Connect a terminal to the console port.
2. Manually configure the IP Address by CLI (see “4.2.1 Set IP Address Manually” on page 26).
3. Manage the switch.
4.2 Configure the IP Address
You can configure the switch with a static IP address or use a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) server to automatically obtain an IP address for the switch. For the first time configuration, it is
recommended to set the IP address manually.
4.2.1 Set IP Address Manually
To set the IP address of the switch manually, perform the following:
1. Connect the switch to a computer with a terminal emulation program via the Console port.
2. On the terminal emulation program, select the appropriate serial port and set the following
configurations:
• Baud rate: 115200
• Data width: 8 bits
• Parity: None
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow control: None
3. After setting up the terminal, plug the power cable(s) to the AC power connector(s) of the switch.
The boot up screen appears in the terminal. The boot up process may take a few minutes to
complete.
Figure 4-1: Boot Up Console Screen
4. When prompted for the User and Password, input “admin” for user and leave the password empty,
then press <Enter>.
5. The “(Quanta) >” prompt appears. From this point, you can execute CLI commands which are
limited to the general user. To view the commands, input “?”; a list of the available commands
appears.
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Figure 4-2: General Mode CLI Command List Screen
6. On the prompt, input “enable” to enable the Privilege mode. In this mode, you can configure
the IP address and execute other advanced CLI commands (see “CLI Documentation” for more
information).
7. On the prompt, input “configure”. The prompt changes to “(Quanta) (Config) #”.
8. Set the service port IP addres (in the example below, the service port IP address is set to
192.168.2.1)
Configure
Serviceport protocol none
Serviceport ip 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
exit
Figure 4-3: Set Service Port IP Screen
192.168.2.1
255.255.255.0
9. Input “ip default-gateway <gateway>” (where <gateway> is a value between 0.0.0.0 to
255.255.255.255).
10. From this point, the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway of the switch has been set. On the
command prompt, input “exit” to go back one level. The prompt changes to “(Quanta) #”.
11. Input “show ip interface” to display the network configurations of the switch.
4.2.2 Obtain IP Address by DHCP
When using a DHCP server, the switch obtains an IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway from
the DHCP server. Ask your network administrator to identify the IP address assigned to the switch.
Use this IP address to login to the Web Utility to configure the switch.
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Initial Configuration
4.3 Manage the Switch
ENGLISH
After the initial configuration, you may manage and monitor network activity by CLI or SNMP
management, or by using the Web browser utility.
4.3.1 CLI Management
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is administered when the terminal is directly connected to the
Console port of the switch. This is an out-of-band connection, which means that it is on a different
circuit than normal network communications, and thus works even when the network is down. After
setting the IP address of the switch, you can also use a console program, such as Telnet, to access
and control the switch.
For more information on CLI commands, see the “CLI Documentation”.
4.3.2 SNMP Management
After configuring the IP address and upgrading the firmware, you can manage and monitor network
activity by SNMP.
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an application–layer protocol defined by the Internet
Architecture Board (IAB) in RFC1157 for managing and monitoring network devices. SNMP is one of
widely accepted protocols used to manage and monitor network elements. The switch supports SNMP
version 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0.
The basic components and functions of SNMP are as follows:
• A Managed Device, in this case the switch
• An SNMP Agent
• SNMP Manager
• Management Information Database or Base (MIB)
The switch comes bundled with an SNMP Agent, which runs locally on the device. The SNMP Agent
communicates with an SNMP-compatible console program, called the SNMP Manager.
The commonly shared database between the SNMP Agent and the SNMP Manager is called
Management Information Base (MIB). In short, MIB files are the set of questions that the SNMP
Manager can ask the SNMP Agent. The SNMP Agent collects these data locally and stores it, as
defined in the MIB.
The MIBs contain a standard set of statistical and control values defined for the managed devices on
a network. The SNMP protocol also allows the extension of these standard values with values specific
to a particular SNMP Agent through the use of private MIBs. See the “SNMP Documentation” for more
information on using SNMP.
By default, you can use the community name “public” to get SNMP objects or use “private” to get and
set SNMP objects.
4.3.2.1 Telnet or SSH Management
By default, Telnet can be used to directly manage the switch without necessary settings.
However when using SSH, you must generate the RSA and DSA keys first to globally enable the SSH
function on the switch.
1. To generate the DSA and RSA keys, input the following commands:
“Crypto key generate dsa”
“Crypto key generate rsa”
2. After generating the DSA and RSA keys, enable SSH function by entering the following command:
“ip ssh”
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4.3.3 Web Management
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Use Web Browser Utility to manage and monitor the switch in a user-friendly interface.
4.3.3.1 Access the Web Browser Utility
The switch has a Web Browser Utility that you can use to configure the switch. From the Web Browser
Utility, the network administrator can monitor, control and manage the switch from a computer on the
same local area network (LAN).
To access the Web Browser Utility, do the following:
1. Obtain the IP address of the switch from the DHCP server.
2. Open a web browser and type the obtained IP address on the address bar. In the example below,
the IP address is “192.168.0.1”.
Figure 4-4: Address Bar
3. The Login screen appears.
Type the User name and Password, and click OK. By default, the User name is “admin” and the
Password is empty.
Figure 4-5: Login Screen
4. The Web Browser Utility screen appears.
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4.3.3.2 The Web Browser Utility Interface
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Figure 4-6: The Web Browser Utility Screen
2
3
1
4
Table 4-1: Web Browser Utility Screen
Parts
Description
1
Menu
Click a menu folder to access the submenu functions.
2
Ports
Click a port number to view and configure the port.
3
Toggle icon
Click to toggle between showing the front and rear panel of the switch.
4
Settings Screen
Displays the configurations of the selected menu, submenu or port.
Once you login to the Web Browser Utility, the System Description screen is displayed. This screen
displays the basic network configurations of the switch.
To protect the switch from unauthorized users, it is recommended to set the Web Browser Utility login
password and define access levels given to users.
1. On the left panel menu, click Management > User Management > User Accounts.
2. In User, select one of the following users:
• admin: To manage the administrator account.
• guest: To manage the guest account. By default, the guest account is limited to “Read-Only”
mode.
• Create: Select this to create a new user. Then type the User Name to be given to the new
user account.
3. Type the password in Password and Confirm Password.
4. In Access level, select the access level to be granted to the user.
Options are:
• Suspended: Select this only when you want to temporarily suspend or deny an existing user
from accessing the Web Browser Utility.
• Read-Write: Select this for full access. Full access is usually granted to the administrator
account.
• Read-Only: Select this to allow the user to view the switch configurations but cannot modify
them.
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5. For SNMP v3 User Configuration, select the SNMP v3 Access Mode, Authentication Protocol,
and if necessary enter the Encryption Key.
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6. When done, click Submit. The user account is modified or created.
NOTE:
If you want to completely remove a user account, select the user and click the
Delete button on the bottom of the screen.
4.4 Upgrade the Firmware
The switch firmware is continuously being upgraded to meet more networking demands. It is
recommended to upgrade the firmware to ensure that your switch has the latest firmware for optimum
performance.
Basically, the latest image file is necessary to upgrade the firmware. In some cases, the kernel version
may also have to be upgraded. Check the release notes to determine if the kernel and uboot versions
need to be upgraded.
4.4.1 Upgrade the Firmware Image File
To upgrade the image file, perform the following:
1. Connect the TFTP server to the switch via the management port.
2. Set the service port IP address using the following commands:
a. Connect the console cable to the console port.
b. On a terminal emulation program (such as Teraterm or HyperTerm), set the baud rate to
115200 (115200, n, 8, 1).
c. When prompted for the username and password, input “admin” for the username and leave
the password empty.
d. Set the service port IP address (in the example below, the service port IP address is set to
192.168.2.1):
Configure
Serviceport protocol none
Serviceport ip 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
exit
Figure 4-7: Set Service Port IP Screen
192.168.2.1
255.255.255.0
3. Prepare the TFTP server and save the latest image file (*.img) in its root directory (assuming that
the IP address is 192.168.2.100).
NOTE:
Take note where the image is saved.
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Figure 4-8: Example of TFTP Server Screen
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4. The switch supports two images. This is to ensure that if one image file fails, another backup
is ready for use. Use the “dir” command to check if the image files exist. If the switch already
contains 2 images, you need to remove one of the images and use the “delete <image name>”
command to delete the non-startup image.
Figure 4-9: Delete Image Screen Sample
5. Input the following command to update the image:
“copy tftp://<server ip addr>/<file name> image <file name>”.
Figure 4-10: Update Image Screen Sample
10.0.10.5
6. Input the following command to set the new image as the “next boot” image:
“boot-system opcode <file name>”.
Figure 4-11: Set Boot Image Success Screen Sample
7. Reboot the switch.
8. After the system boots up, input “show version” to display and verify the updated version.
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4.4.2 Upgrade Kernel, Uboot and Rootfs
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After upgrading the firmware image file, check if there is a need to upgrade the kernel, uboot, and root
file system.
To determine whether an upgrade is necessary, perform the following:
1. Boot to normal mode and execute the “whichboot” command to check the switch kernel and
uboot versions.
Figure 4-12: Check Version Screen Sample
3
3
2. Check the firmware release notes to determine whether an upgrade is necessary.
To upgrade the kernel, uboot, and root file system, perform the following:
1. Connect the TFTP server to the switch via the management port.
2. Set the service port IP address using the following commands:
a. Connect the console cable to the console port.
b. On a terminal emulation program (such as Teraterm or HyperTerm), set the baud rate to
115200 (115200, n, 8, 1).
c. When prompted for the username and password, input “admin” for the username and leave
the password empty.
d. Set the service port IP address (in the example below, the service port IP address is set to
192.168.2.1):
Configure
Serviceport protocol none
Serviceport ip 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0
exit
Figure 4-13: Set Service Port IP Screen
192.168.2.1
255.255.255.0
3. Prepare the TFTP server and save the latest image (kernel, uboot, rootfs) in its root directory
(assuming that the IP address is 192.168.2.100).
NOTE:
Take note where the image is saved.
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Figure 4-14: Example of TFTP Server Screen
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4. Reboot the switch.
5. When the switch boots up, and the “Hit any key to stop autoboot” message is displayed, press
any key to stop autoboot.
Figure 4-15:
6. On the “=>” prompt, use the following commands to download uboot, kernel, and rootfs image
files:
“copy -b tftp://<server ip addr>/<uboot filename>”
“copy -k tftp://<server ip addr>/<kernel filename>”
“copy -r tftp://<server ip addr>/<rootfs filename>”
Figure 4-16: Copy Kernel Image Screen Sample
7. Once complete, a “done” message appears and the command prompt “=>” follows. Input “reset”
to reset the switch and boot to normal mode.
Figure 4-17:
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Chapter 5: Troubleshooting
This chapter tabulates the common problems and solutions that you
may encounter when using the switch and provides customer service
information.
Troubleshooting & Specifications
5.1 Troubleshooting
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Below is a list of the common problems that you may encounter when using the switch. Try to solve
these problems with the suggested solutions before calling for service. If problems persist, contact
customer support.
Table 5-1: Troubleshooting Tips
Problem
Power LED is off.
Solution
The switch does not receive any power.
• Check if the AC power cords are connected
properly.
• Check if the power supply units are completely
seated in the chassis.
• The power supply unit may be damaged and
needs replacement. See “5.2 Replace the Power
Supply Unit” on page 36.
Status LED is off.
• Reconnect the power. If problem persists, contact
customer support.
A Port LED is off.
• Check if the switch and the connected device are
powered on.
• Check if the connection in both ends are properly
connected.
• Check if the cable matches the required length
and specification.
• Check for a defective cable/port module.
PSU 1 & PSU 2 LED is
in Yellow state.
Possible issues:
• Fan Lock (15 sec)
• OTP: Over Temperature Process
• OCP: Over Current Process
• OVP: Over Voltage Process
• UVP: Under Voltage Process
5.2 Replace the Power Supply Unit
The switch has two power supply units (PSU). The PSUs can be replaced without the use of special
tools.
Before replacing any of the PSUs, verify the status of the PSU to determine if there is a need for
replacement. To check the status of the PSU, do the following:
1. Login to the Web Browser Utility.
2. On the upper panel, click
to display the rear panel image of the switch.
3. Click the PSU to check its status.
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Figure 5-1: Access PSU Info on Web Utility
5.2.1 Remove the Power Supply Unit
1. Disconnect the AC power cord of the PSU that you want to remove.
CAUTION:
Ensure that the AC power cord is disconnected from the PSU that you want to
remove.
2. Press the plug retainer and pull by the handle to slide the PSU away from the chassis.
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Figure 5-2: Remove Power Supply Unit
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3. Take note of the part number of the removed PSU.
5.2.2 Replace the Power Supply Unit
1. Make sure that the part number of the new PSU is the same as the part number of the removed
PSU.
2. Ensure the PSU orientation is correct and then slide the new PSU into the chassis until it is firmly
seated.
3. Connect the AC power cord to power on the switch.
WARNING:
Do not install the new PSU into the chassis by force. It should slide into the chassis
smoothly. In case otherwise, check if the PSU is properly oriented.
5.3 Customer Support
WARNING:
There are no user-serviceable parts inside the PSU. Do not disassemble any part of
the PSU. Doing so voids the warranty and regulatory certifications.
For maintenance services not mentioned in this guide, please contact the manufacturer’s customer
support number as indicated on the warranty card.
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