iMcV-FiberLinX-II FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement

iMcV-FiberLinX-II FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement
iMcV-FiberLinX-II
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A computing device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to
cause harmful interference in which the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Operation Manual
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The use of non-shielded I/O cables may not guarantee compliance with FCC RFI limits. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A
limits for radio noise emission from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of the Canadian Department of
Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de classe A
prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique publié par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
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Effective for products of B&B Electronics shipped on or after May 1, 2013, B&B Electronics warrants that each such
product shall be free from defects in material and workmanship for its lifetime. This limited lifetime warranty is applicable
solely to the original user and is not transferable.
This warranty is expressly conditioned upon proper storage, installation, connection, operation and maintenance of
products in accordance with their written specifications.
Pursuant to the warranty, within the warranty period, B&B Electronics, at its option will:
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About the iMcV-FiberLinX-II
Table of Contents
FCC Radio Frequency Interference Statement ------------------------------------------------ ii Limited Lifetime Warranty------------------------------------------------------------------------- ii About the iMcV-FiberLinX-II ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 iView2 Management Software -------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 Installation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Small Form-Factor Pluggable Ports (SFP) ---------------------------------------------------- 5 LED Operation--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 TX/FX LEDs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 TX/SFP LEDs-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 7 SFP/SFP LEDs ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 Hardware Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9 Software Configuration --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11 Configuration File Save/Restore Function ---------------------------------------------------- 12 Configuration File Basics --------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 Uploading a Saved Configuration File through iConfig --------------------------------- 15 Uploading a Saved Configuration File through TFTP ----------------------------------- 16 Using Telnet ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22 Basic Device Configuration ------------------------------------------------------------------ 23 Application Overview ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 37 Application Examples----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38 Troubleshooting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 54 Serial Port Pinout ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 56 Modes of Operation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 57 Appendix ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 58 B&B Electronics Technical Support ------------------------------------------------------------ 59 Specifications -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 59 Standards/Compliance --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 61 Fiber Optic Cleaning Guidelines --------------------------------------------------------------- 62 Electrostatic Discharge Precautions ------------------------------------------------------------ 63 Safety Certifications ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 64 iii
NOTE
Unless noted otherwise, all references to the iMcV-FiberLinX-II in this manual are also
applicable to the iMcV-FiberLinX-II TX/SFP and iMcV-FiberLinX-II SFP/SFP.
Overview
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II allows network operators to deploy managed Ethernet services,
with a full range of remote management, traffic monitoring, and alarm reporting
features. Operators can choose from enhanced versions combining 100 Mbps fiber
to 10/100 Mbps copper media conversion, or an all-copper version. The fiber-tocopper versions are available for a range of fiber connectors (SC, ST, or SFP) and a
variety of wavelengths, supporting higher density CWDM and single-strand fiber
operation.
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II supports two main configuration modes: Standalone or
Host/Remote. When using Host/Remote, the Remote modules can be fully managed
without an IP address, using a secure management channel. In either mode, the
network operator can choose to assign an IP address to the Host or Standalone
module. Or, if using a local iMediaChassis managed chassis, all local and remotely
connected iMcV-FiberLinX-II modules can be managed using a single IP address (the
iMediaChassis IP address). This not only preserves IP addresses and reduces
configuration complexity, but management traffic traveling on the non-IP based
transmission channel is kept isolated from customer traffic, enhancing network
security.
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II offers the following features:
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Securely separates the SNMP management network from the data network
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging
Q-in-Q VLAN Extra-Tagging with EtherType (TPID) selection
Remote traffic monitoring
Remote automatic alarms
Bandwidth limiting
FiberAlert (loss return)– Fiber versions only
FX and TX LinkLoss Link: Fault Pass Through (LFPT)
Loopback testing
Auto Negotiation
Selective Advertising
AutoCross
Broadcast Storm Protection
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The iMcV-FiberLinX-II module is a single-slot chassis-mounted module.
Compatible chassis include the following:
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When DHCP is enabled, the IP address (default 10.10.10.10 or user configured) is
saved. When DHCP is disabled, the saved IP address will be reinstated and the
device will reboot.
iMediaChassis series
MediaChassis series
IE-MediaChassis series
Port Interfaces
Every iMcV-FiberLinX-II includes the following ports:
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When there is no DHCP server on the network, use iConfig or serial configuration to
manually set the IP addresses.
DHCP servers give out lease times: devices renew their leases based on the
administrator-specified time. If a device cannot renew its lease, and the lease expires,
the device will be given the IP address 10.10.10.10 and will reboot.
One 10/100 twisted pair (RJ-45) data port
One additional 10/100 twisted pair port (EXT MGMT) for management (can also
function as a serial port)
And one of the following uplink ports:
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One 100 Mbps Fiber
One additional 10/100 twisted pair (RJ-45)
One SFP port (requires one SFP/155-ED Module)
Configure the iMcV-FiberLinX-II by using either the serial craft port connection, or a
SNMP management application such as iView² or a Telnet session.
About Serial Port Configuration
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II includes a serial port on the unused pins of the EXT MGMT
Ethernet port. Connect a local management PC using the included RJ-45 to DB-9
adapter (please refer to the appendix). This RS-232 serial connection provides access
to the iMcV-FiberLinX-II module configuration screens. These configuration screens
are also accessible from a Telnet connection.
DHCP Disable (Static IP Addressing)
DHCP is disabled in the default configuration. Initially, modules are assigned a Static
default IP Address of 10.10.10.10. Changes to the Static IP Address can be added
manually through iConfig, an RS-232 Serial session, or Telnet. The changes will be
initiated following reboot of the module.
DHCP Enable (Dynamic IP Addressing)
If a DHCP server is present on the network and DHCP is enabled, the DHCP client
will initiate a dialogue with the server during the boot up sequence. The server will
then issue an IP address to the management card. Once the new IP address is
received, the SNMP Management Module will reboot so that the new IP address will
take effect. Refer to About Serial Port Configuration for more information about
Enabling/Disabling DHCP.
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iView2 Management Software
Installation
iView² is the B&B Electronics management software designed specifically for the B&B
Electronics iMcV family of modules. It features a Graphical User Interface (GUI) and
gives network managers the ability to monitor and control the manageable B&B
Electronics products.
Each iMcV-FiberLinX-II module requires one slot in an iMediaChassis or
MediaChassis. To install the module in a chassis, remove the blank faceplates
covering the slots where the module is to be installed. Then slide the module into the
chassis card guides until the module is seated securely in the connector. Secure the
module to the chassis by tightening the captive screw.
iView2 is available in several versions and can also function as a snap-in module for
HP OpenView Network Node Manager.
iView2 supports the following platforms:
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Windows 98
Windows NT
Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows Vista
In addition, there are Java versions of iView² for other Java capable operating systems
such as Linux.
iConfig Utility
iConfig is a configuration utility in iView² that allows the user to quickly and easily
complete the initial SNMP configuration for B&B Electronics’ SNMP-manageable
devices. iConfig can set the IP address, set the Subnet Mask and Default Gateway,
define the Community Strings, and define SNMP Traps. iConfig can also be used to
upload new versions of unit software.
iConfig offers an authorized IP address system and access restriction to MIB groups
supported by the B&B Electronics manageable devices. These extra layers of security
are purely optional and do not effect SNMP compatibility in any way.
Default Username/Password
The default user ID and password for both iConfig and Telnet are the following:
User: admin / Password: admin
For information on how to set/change passwords, see Password Protection/Changing
Password.
NOTE
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II module includes on-board SNMP logic. A chassis other than
an iMediaChassis series cannot manage an iMcV-FiberLinX-II, so the iMcV-FiberLinXII must be managed independently.
When installed in an iMediaChassis, the iMcV-FiberLinX-II module can be managed
from the chassis by using the Unified Management Agent (UMA).
iMcV-FiberLinX-II modules not managed by UMA must have an IP address assigned
to them after installation before they can be managed. Refer to (I) - Assigning IP
Information for more information.
Small Form-Factor Pluggable Ports (SFP)
iMcV-FiberLinX-II modules are available with an optional SFP port. Since the SFP
port speed is fixed at 100Mbps, it is necessary to use a 100 Mbps speed SFP. In
addition, many SFPs, including those from B&B Electronics, feature enhanced
diagnostics capabilities with a Digital Diagnostics Monitoring Interface (DDMI).
DDMI statistics provide real-time access to transceiver operating parameters such as
voltage, temperature, laser bias current, and both transmitted and received optical
power. DDMI information can be accessed in iView2 by clicking Tables > SFP Info.
NOTE
iMcV-FiberLinX-II has been tested with the B&B Electronics SFP modules, so it is possible to
install any MSA-compliant SFP module. However, B&B Electronics does not guarantee the
functionality of non-B&B Electronics SFP modules due to possible non-conformity with MSA
design standards.
AutoCross Feature for Twisted Pair Connection
All twisted pair ports on the iMcV-FiberLinX-II include AutoCross, a feature that
automatically selects between a crossover workstation and a straight-through
connection depending on the connected device.
It is the responsibility of the network administrator to store and maintain the
password lists.
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LED Operation
TX/SFP LEDs
LNK/ACT:
• Glows green when link is established on port.
• Blinks green during data activity on port.
iMcV-FiberLinX-II features diagnostic LEDs as shown below.
TX/FX LEDs
FDX/COL:
• Glows yellow when port is operating in Full-Duplex.
• Blinks yellow when collisions occur on port.
LNK/ACT:
• Glows green when link is established on port.
• Blinks green during data activity on port.
Diagnostic LEDs
FDX:
• Glows yellow when port is operating in Full-Duplex.
• Blinks yellow when collisions occur on port.
Diagnostic LEDs
Optics Port LEDs
Optics Port LEDs
FA:
Glows green when FiberAlert is
enabled.
FCU (Far CPU Up):
• Host: Glows green when
far end is detected.
• Remote: Glows green
when unit is configured
as Remote.
• Standalone Unit: LED
remains OFF.
FTL (Far TX Link):
• Host: Glows green when a
link is established on remote
(far-end) DATA port.
• Remote: Glows green when
unit is configured as Remote.
• Standalone: LED remains
OFF.
SNMP:
This LED glows green to
indicate that this is an SNMP
manageable module.
LNK/ACT (Link/Activity):
• Glows green when link is
established on port.
• Blinks green during data
activity on port.
EXT 100:
Glows green when EXT
MGMT port is operating at
100 Mbps.
DATA 100:
Glows yellow when DATA port
is operating at 100 Mbps.
FA:
Glows green when FiberAlert is
enabled.
FCU (Far CPU Up):
• Host: Glows green when
far end is detected.
• Remote: Glows green
when unit is configured
as Remote.
• Standalone Unit: LED
remains OFF.
FTL:
• Host: Glows green when a
link is established on remote
(far-end) DATA port.
• Remote: Glows green when
unit is configured as Remote.
• Standalone: LED remains
OFF.
SNMP:
This LED glows green to
indicate that this is an SNMP
manageable module.
LNK/ACT (Link/Activity):
• Glows green when link is
established on port.
• Blinks green during data
activity on port.
EXT 100:
Glows green when EXT
MGMT port is operating at
100 Mbps.
DATA 100:
Glows yellow when DATA port
is operating at 100 Mbps.
FDX/COL (Full Duplex/Collision):
• Glows yellow when port is
operating in Full-Duplex.
• Blinks yellow when collisions
occur on port.
FDX/COL (Full Duplex/Collision):
• Glows yellow when port is
operating in Full-Duplex.
• Blinks yellow when collisions
occur on port.
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Hardware Configuration
SFP/SFP LEDs
LNK/ACT:
• Glows green when link is established on port.
• Blinks green during data activity on port.
FDX:
• Glows yellow when port is operating in Full-Duplex.
• Blinks yellow when collisions occur on port.
Diagnostic LEDs
Optics Port LEDs
FA:
Glows green when FiberAlert is
enabled.
FCU (Far CPU Up):
• Host: Glows green when
far end is detected.
• Remote: Glows green
when unit is configured
as Remote.
• Standalone Unit: LED
remains OFF.
FTL:
• Host: Glows green when a
link is established on remote
(far-end) DATA port.
• Remote: Glows green when
unit is configured as Remote.
• Standalone: LED remains
OFF.
SNMP:
This LED glows green to
indicate that this is an SNMP
manageable module.
LNK/ACT (Link/Activity):
• Glows green when link is
established on port.
• Blinks green during data
activity on port.
LNK/ACT (Link/Activity):
• Glows green when link
is established on port.
• Blinks green during data
activity on port.
FDX/COL (Full Duplex/Collision):
• Glows yellow when port is
operating in Full-Duplex.
• Blinks yellow when collisions
occur on port.
DATA 100:
Glows yellow when DATA port
is operating at 100 Mbps.
Before installing the module in a chassis, there are two features that must be selected
using DIP Switches. These selections include the following:
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Enable/Disable management on each port
(DIP Switches 1, 2, and 3).
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Configure the module to be either a standalone, a host, or a remote
(DIP Switches 7 and 8).
DIP Switch Settings
Before installing the iMcV-FiberLinX-II, use the DIP Switches to set the hardwareconfigurable features. The DIP Switches are located on switch S1 on the iMcVFiberLinX-II card. Refer to the diagram and table for switch settings and available
features.
Switch
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7
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Function
Default Setting
Management on EXT MGMT port
Management on DATA port
Management on OPTICS or UPLINK port
Factory use - Do not change
Factory use - Do not change
Factory use - Do not change
Remote Module
Host Module
Factory use - Do not change
Factory use - Do not change
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Host/Remote and Standalone Units
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II can be used as a Host, Remote, or Standalone unit. Refer to
the Application Examples section for examples.
When two iMcV-FiberLinX-II units are used as a pair, configure one as a Host unit
(DIP Switch 8 = On) and the other as a Remote unit (DIP Switch 7 = On). As a host
unit, the iMcV-FiberLinX-II requests management information from the attached
remote unit. It then displays that information, along with its own, when queried by
SNMP. As a Remote unit, the iMcV-FiberLinX-II will respond to requests for
management information from an attached Host unit.
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II default configuration is as a Standalone unit (DIP Switches 7
and 8 = Off).
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Management
Software Configuration
Although the iMcV-FiberLinX-II provides a twisted pair port solely for management
(EXT MGMT), the iMcV-FiberLinX-II can be configured to accept IP-based
management traffic from any of its three ports. Enable management on more than
one port, or disable management on all of the ports, as desired. These switches limit
only IP-based management. Host-to- Remote management is IP-less and is never
blocked from the fiber port. Serial port management of the unit is always available
on the EXT MGMT port regardless of the DIP Switch settings.
The following sections describe the features that can be configured. Refer to the
iView² online help for iMcV-FiberLinX-II module configuration information.
In addition to defining which ports are used to manage the iMcV-FiberLinX-II units,
the management DIP Switch settings also define what ports the flow of the Network
Provider’s Management Domain traffic can take through the unit. See Application
Examples for information regarding the Management Domain.
DIP Switch 1 = On for management on the EXT MGMT port.
DIP Switch 2 = On for management on the DATA port.
DIP Switch 3 = On for management on the OPTICS or UPLINK port.
Assigning IP Information
When the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is installed in an iMediaChassis, use UMA to manage the
iMcV-FiberLinX-II without an IP address (refer to the iView² online help for more
information on UMA). When the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is not installed in an
iMediaChassis, SNMP-management is not accessible until the iMcV-FiberLinX-II IP
information (e.g., IP address, subnet mask, etc.) is configured (using iConfig, a serial
port craft connection, or DHCP). After assigning iMcV-FiberLinX-II an IP address, use
iView² or another SNMP-compatible Network Management System (NMS) to
remotely configure, monitor and manage the iMcV-FiberLinX-II.
Auto Negotiation, Duplex Mode, and Speed
The DATA and EXT MGMT ports on the iMcV-FiberLinX-II module Auto Negotiate for
speed and duplex mode. This module also provides the option of selectively
advertising or forcing the speed and duplex mode.
Auto Negotiation
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II ships from the factory with Auto Negotiation enabled on the
twisted-pair ports. In this mode, the ports negotiate for speed and duplex.
Forcing the Speed and Duplex Mode
Manually set the twisted-pair ports on the iMcV-FiberLinX-II for 10 Mbps or 100
Mbps operation at Half- or Full-Duplex (i.e., 10 Mbps Full-Duplex, 10 Mbps HalfDuplex, 100 Mbps Full-Duplex, etc.). The Optics Port operates at 100Mbps FullDuplex.
Selective Advertising
Selective Advertising, when used in combination with Auto Negotiation, advertises
only the configured speed and duplex mode for the twisted pair port. If a specific
speed and/or duplex mode are desired, B&B Electronics recommends using Selective
Advertising, rather than Force Mode, when connecting to devices that only use Auto
Negotiation.
Bandwidth Control
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II includes bi-directional bandwidth control in 32 Kbps
increments (configurable via iView2). This allows the bandwidth limit to be set
independently from the DATA Port to the OPTICS (or UPLINK) Port and vice versa in
a single iMcV-FiberLinX-II application. In a dual iMcV-FiberLinX-II application, it can
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be set from the Host unit to the Remote unit and vice versa (i.e., the bandwidth on
the DATA ports on both the Host and Remote modules can be limited
independently).
NOTE
Once the file is saved to disk it can be restored to the device or sent to another like
device through iConfig or TFTP.
For iConfig
Management packets do not have priority over data packets.
Configuration File Save/Restore Function
Requirements
FiberLinX-II family series:
Minimum firmware version required: A4
iMcV-FiberLinX-II: A1 or higher,
Required iView² version: 1.8.4 or higher
The Configuration File Save/Restore Function allows a user the ability to backup all
the configuration settings of a unit. With this backup, a user can restore settings to a
unit if necessary or use this backup to apply the same settings to a different unit.
All configurable managed objects are saved in a configuration file that is stored in the
unit’s Large File Area. This includes all configurable settings such as VLAN
configurations, IP Address configuration and SNMP agent settings. The configuration
file can be transferred from the unit to a PC and saved to disk through the iConfig
protocol. The configuration file can be transferred from a PC to a unit of the same
type through iConfig or TFTP into the unit’s Large File Area. After the transfer is
complete, the unit copies the configuration to flash and reboots.
For TFTP
The user will log into a unit, select the Administration tab, select the
Upload Configuration button, be prompted to locate a
configuration file on the PC’s disk. From this point the file transfer
will take place from the PC to the unit. After a successful transfer,
the user will be prompted to Reboot to make the new configuration
active.
The user will log into the unit either through a serial port session or
through Telnet. They will navigate to the download command page,
enter the TFTP server’s IP address and enter the configuration file
name, then press Enter to start the download process. Once the
download is successful, the user will be prompted to apply the
settings. The device must be rebooted after applying the settings to
make them active.
By default, the IP Address configuration currently on the device is kept intact and not
overwritten by the new configuration file.
Configuration File Basics
Saving a Configuration File to Disk:
From the Administration Tab in iConfig click the Save Configuration button:
The configuration file’s contents is device-type specific and can be identified by
iConfig as a configuration file as well as to what type of device it is applicable to.
How to Save a Configuration File
To save a configuration file, use the iConfig tool. Log into the unit through iConfig,
navigate to the iConfig Administration tab, select the “Save Configuration” button,
wherein a prompt requires a file name, as well as any user notes. From this point the
file will be transferred to the PC’s disk through the iConfig network protocol.
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The user is prompted for a filename:
After the file transfer from the device to disk, the user is notified of the status:
Uploading a Saved Configuration File through iConfig
From the Administration Tab in iConfig click the Upload Configuration button:
The user is prompted to enter any notes to the header of the saved file for future
reference when uploading the file through iConfig:
The user will be prompted to select a configuration file. Once selected, the user can
also view any notes that were added when the file was saved:
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After selecting the configuration file, the file upload process begins; when completed,
the user is notified of the status and also notified that a reboot is necessary for the
new configuration to become active:
In the download command screen type in the IP Address of the TFTP server and the
file name to retrieve.
Uploading a Saved Configuration File through TFTP
From the commands list in the CLI (Serial or Telnet) run the download command by
typing in download:
The user will be prompted to continue that retrieval process by pressing the ENTER
key or cancel by typing “Q”.
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After the transfer process is complete the user will be prompted to press the Enter key
again to load the configuration file:
is unaware that there is a fault. FiberAlert returns faults back on the fiber they came
in on.
Using LinkLoss and FiberAlert
In a typical central site to remote site media conversion, it is recommended that the
enable the LinkLoss and FiberAlert features are enabled as indicated in the following:
FiberAlert and LinkLoss
Once loaded into the device’s SNMP memory area, the user will be prompted to
reboot the device to make the new configuration active:
FX/TX LinkLoss and FiberAlert
During normal operation, link integrity pulses are transmitted by all point-to-point
Ethernet devices. When an iMcV-FiberLinX-II receives valid link pulses, it knows that
the device to which it is connected is up, and that the copper or fiber cable coming
from that device is intact. The appropriate LNK (link) LED is lit to indicate this. For
troubleshooting information utilizing the LinkLoss and FiberAlert features of the iMcVFiberLinX-II modules, refer to Troubleshooting at the end of this manual.
** WARNING **
FiberAlert and LinkLoss features cause data interruptions designed to alert remote sites of line
failures. These data interruptions can be misinterpreted as module failures when these features
are enabled. Enable these features only when the resulting data interruptions and causes are
well understood.
Feature
Enabled
Fault Location
Port affected
FiberAlert
TX LinkLoss
FX LinkLoss
Remote Side Only
Remote Side (or both)
Host Side (or both)
Fiber
Twisted Pair
Fiber
Fiber
Fiber
Twisted Pair
** WARNING **
Do not enable FiberAlert on both modules when using iMcV-FiberLinX-II in pairs. This will
cause them to lock up when a fault occurs on the fiber. Only enable FiberAlert on the
remote module.
Link Fault Pass Through (LFPT)
Link Fault Pass Through is a troubleshooting feature that combines TX and FX
LinkLoss from both the local and remote modules. LFPT is enabled by turning on
both FX and TX LinkLoss on both modules. This feature allows either end of the
conversion to detect a link fault occurring at the other end of the media conversion
chain.
Regardless whether a break occurs on a copper or fiber segment between the End
device and the media converter, or between the two media converters, End devices
at both ends.
FX LinkLoss
FX LinkLoss is a link integrity monitoring feature that forwards fiber link faults to the
RJ-45 Data port to indicate that a fiber link fault has occurred.
TX LinkLoss
TX LinkLoss is a link integrity monitoring feature that forwards an RJ-45 link fault to
the fiber connected device to indicate that a link fault has occurred.
FiberAlert
FiberAlert minimizes the problems associated with the loss of one strand of fiber.
Normally when a single strand of fiber is lost, the transmitting side of the connection
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Regardless if there is a break in segment 1, 2 or 3, the link will drop on the switches
at both ends.
The link fault is passed through the media conversion and is observed at each end. It
acts just like it would if the devices were directly connected.
NOTE
FiberAlert can also be added to the remote side of the pair to further assist in locating a
fault.
Last Gasp
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II includes a Last Gasp feature, which sends a trap Flinx Unit
Down for the Host unit or a Flinx Remote Unit Down for the Remote unit (as seen in
iView²) when the power to the module fails.
Loopback Testing
The following functions are available during loopback testing. During loopback
testing, management traffic entering the uplink port is still capable of managing the
device. This is selectable form the UNIT screen in a serial/Telnet session. There are
no LoopBack test options in iView²
The menu of choices in the CLI includes:
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Loopback Testing in a Host/Remote Configuration
Configure the Host by selecting No Learning on OPTICS and DATA Ports; on the
Remote, choose SRC/DST Address Swap or Address Swap and Clear Multicast Bit.
No Learning on OPTICS and DATA Ports
The Loopback feature can be set to disable address learning on the OPTICS (or
UPLINK) and DATA ports, allowing the loopback to be performed without
interference from MAC address filtering functions. This is a function on the HOST
unit. Set the REMOTE unit for Loopback then set the HOST to disable learning so
Loopback frames pass from the Optics port to the Data port.
Remote:Source/Destination Address Swap
A Layer 2 Ethernet switch will discard all received packets with the same MAC
address as sent packets. To avoid this issue the Loopback feature can swap the source
and destination MAC addresses on the looped data.
OR
Address Swap and Clear Multicast Bit
In addition to swapping the source and destination MAC addresses on the looped
data, the Loopback feature can also be set to clear the multicast bit. This allows the
looped data to avoid being blocked by any multicast settings.
NOTE
Units should not be in the Default Mode when performing LoopBack tests.
No loopback, normal traffic mode
Loopback Enabled
Loopback, Source/Destination address swap
Loopback, address swap and clear Multicast bit
Broadcast Storm Protection
Broadcast Storm Protection allows setting the maximum broadcast packet rate
allowed as a percentage of line speed (from 0% - 20%). The suggested value is 1%.
Loopback Testing on Remote or Standalone
Source/Destination Address Swap
A Layer 2 Ethernet switch will discard all received packets with the same MAC
address as sent packets. To avoid this issue the Loopback feature can swap the source
and destination MAC addresses on the looped data. (This selection can cause a frame
with a multicast source address to be created, which violates the IEEE standard.)
Address Swap and Clear Multicast Bit
In addition to swapping the source and destination MAC addresses on the looped
data, the Loopback feature can also be set to clear the multicast bit. This allows the
looped data to avoid being blocked by any multicast settings.
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Basic Device Configuration
Using Telnet
It is necessary to assign the iMcV-FiberLinX-II an IP address before using a Telnet
session (this is not necessary when using UMA). Refer to the Assigning IP Information
section for more information. All of the configurations that can be performed from
the serial port can also be performed using a Telnet session; only one Telnet session
can be launched at a time.
The following are the three levels for Telnet account access:
User: View status, change own password, and reboot.
Operator: All User privileges mentioned above, plus ability to change settings.
Administrator: Operator privileges mentioned above, plus ability to add/delete
accounts and reinitialize the unit to default settings (cleandb).
Serial Configuration/Telnet Session
The following sections describe serial configuration (including VLAN configuration),
Telnet session configuration, and DHCP configuration.
NOTE
Some screens may show TX and FX for the port titles where TX = DATA port and FX = OPTICS
(or UPLINK) port. The examples are from firmware version 512-00A2.
Serial Port (EXT MGMT)
NOTE
The serial port (EXT MGMT) is always set to Administrator level. The password for Telnet
sessions is the password that is set and used in iConfig (refer to the iConfig section for more
information).
After running through an initial self test, the screen will display the following message:
Press <Enter> for Device Configuration. Press Enter open the main configuration
screen:
Saved Values. <These values will be active after reboot>
IP Address
- 10.10.10.10
Subnet Mask
- 255.0.0.0
DHCP is not active
Default Gateway - 000.000.000.000
Server IP Addr - 000.000.000.000
New Prom File - filename
Current Values. <These values are in use now>
IP Address
- 10.10.10.10
Subnet Mask
- 255.0.0.0
Default Gateway - 000.000.000.000
Server IP Addr - 000.000.000.000
New Prom File - filename
Community String: public
Press
Press
Press
Press
Press
Access: r/w
I to enter new saved parameter values. Press P to change Password.
T to enter new Trap Destination. Press K to remove ALL Trap Destinations.
C to enter new Community String. Press U to remove ALL Community Strings.
E to End session. Type REBOOT to reboot unit. Press D for DHCP On/Off.
SpaceBar for additional commands.
This screen contains the following information and options:
Saved and Current Values
Saved values display the changes made during the current session and current values
display the values currently in use:
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IP Address (IP address of SNMP agent)
Subnet Mask (mask to define IP subnet to which agent is connected)
Default Gateway (default router for IP traffic outside of the subnet)
Server IP Address (TFTP server)
New Prom File (TFTP new file name)
Command List
I = Enter new Saved Parameter Values
P = Change the Password*
T = Enter new Trap Destinations
K = Remove All Trap Destinations
C = Create SNMP Community Strings
U = Delete All SNMP Community Strings
E = End the session*
Reboot = Reboot the unit (may result in short data loss)
D = Enable or disable DHCP
Space Bar = Opens the device specific configuration options screen.
* Individuals with User-level rights can only view port status and port settings, change
their password, end a session, and reboot the unit.
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NOTE
It is necessary to reboot the iMcV-FiberLinX-II after making any modifications to the Saved
Values for the changes to take effect. To reboot, type Reboot at the prompt on the Main
Configuration screen.
Assigning IP Information
To modify the Saved Parameter Values (i.e., assign the IP address and subnet mask),
press I. The system prompts for the IP address and subnet mask for the connected
device. Press Enter after each entry. A default gateway can be assigned to allow the
unit to be visible beyond the local network (press Enter to skip). When finished,
press Enter, then type Reboot for the changes to take effect. The Current Values on
the Main Configuration screen are updated to match the Saved Values.
Password Protection/Changing Password
Passwords have the following requirements:
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The password must be between 1 and 8 characters long
The password consists of a combination of any ASCII characters except spaces
Passwords are case sensitive
Password protection is provided for the serial configuration process by pressing P on
the main configuration screen. Enter a password, keeping in mind that passwords are
case-sensitive and must not exceed eight characters or include spaces, and press
Enter. This password will be requested whenever logging on. To remove password
protection, select P and, instead of entering a password, press Enter.
Passwords are a way to make the management of the B&B Electronics devices secure,
but these password lists must be stored and maintained. If a password is lost, neither
users (including administrators) nor B&B Electronics have a way to decode it. Refer to
the iView² iConfig online help for more password information.
If the serial password is forgotten, it is necessary to contact tech support for assistance
in resetting the password. If the iConfig username and password are forgotten,
launch a console session through the serial port, and type in the command cleandb.
If both the serial and the iConfig passwords are forgotten, please contact technical
support at 1-800-624-1070.
Assigning SNMP Trap Destinations
Traps are sent by the manageable device to a management PC when a certain event
takes place. To enter a trap destination, press T. When prompted, enter the IP
address of the destination device and press Enter. Next, type the name of the
community string (that the destination device has been configured to accept) and
press Enter. Select whether the trap is for SNMP version 1 or 2c and press Enter.
This function enables all of the device traps. Use iConfig to configure the device to
selectively activate and de-activate traps.
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Supported traps include: Link Down, Link Up, Cold Start, Warm Start, Last Gasp, and
Authentication Failure.
When deployed in pairs, iMcV-FiberLinX-II also supports the following traps:
• Remote Unit Lost
• Remote Unit Found
• Far End TX Link Up
• Far End TX Link Down
• Remote Unit Cold Start
• Remote Unit Warm Start
Removing All SNMP Trap Destinations
To remove all trap destinations, press K. Press Y to continue when prompted and
remove all trap destinations, or press N to abort. Press Enter to finish.
This function will delete all trap destinations. To selectively delete trap destinations
or select the type of trap reported or not reported, use iConfig to configure the
device.
Creating SNMP Community Strings
The default community string is named public and has read/write access. It is
recommended that custom community strings are created (with read-only access for
general use and another with read/write access for the administrator) and tested
before deleting Public. To create a new community string, go to the main
configuration screen and press C. Enter the name of the new community (up to 16
characters, no spaces) and press Enter. Then type one of the following to assign the
community string’s access rights:
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R = read-only access
W = read/write access
Enter = abort
Deleting All SNMP Community Strings
To delete all community strings and start over, press U. Press Y when prompted to
proceed and delete all community strings, N to abort. Press Enter to finish.
This function will delete all community strings. To selectively delete community
strings, use iConfig to configure the device.
Ending The Session
Press E to end the session before disconnecting the serial cable. This will stop the
continuous stream of data that is sent to the serial port.
Reboot Device
By typing Reboot, the device will restart, which will result in a temporary loss of
operation of the unit while it re-initializes.
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Enabling DHCP
By pressing D, a screen will appear which allows enabling or disabling DHCP for the
device. By default, the DHCP client is disabled.
Commands List (Space Bar)
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II also includes several device-specific options. To access these
options, press the Space Bar from the Main Configuration screen, type the name of
the action to be performed (as shown below) and press Enter.
Command
-------cleandb
download
ifstats
rmstats
version
reboot
security
port
config
accounts
sysdescr
unit
bw
Description
----------Reboot With Clean Database
File Download
Display Port Statistics
Display Port RMON Statistics
Show Firmware Version
Reboot Unit
Configure Non-Standard Network Settings
Display And Change Port Settings
Set mode of operation
Add or Delete Username/Password Accounts
Change System Descriptions
Display And Change Unit Settings
Display And Change Bandwidth Settings
->
Press RETURN To Go Back To Main Screen.
Command
Description
cleandb
Allows reboot of the unit with a clean database.
download
Downloads firmware from Server IP address using TFTP.
ifstats
Displays interface statistics.
rmstats
Displays RMON statistics.
Clean Database—cleandb
There are two levels of cleandb: The first level resets the Telnet/iConfig password and
all of the SNMP database values. The second level additionally resets the IP address,
IP Subnet, Gateway, VLAN settings, CLI command settings, serial port password and
security settings.
Downloading Files—download
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II allows downloading firmware from a central server by using
TFTP. To download firmware by using either a serial connection or a Telnet session,
perform the following:
1. In the Main Configuration screen, enter the TFTP server IP Address and the name
of the Prom file to be downloaded (case sensitive).
2. Reboot the unit to make these settings current.
3. Press the Space Bar from the Command List section in the Main Configuration
screen. The Device-Specific Options screen displays.
4. Type download and press Enter. The Download a File screen displays with the IP
Address of the TFTP server and the name of the file to download. Confirm that
the server IP address and the filename are correct.
5. Press Enter. The release notes are displayed. Use the Space Bar to page through
the notes.
version
Displays the firmware and hardware version information.
6. After reviewing the notes, enter Y to start downloading the file.
reboot
Reboots the unit.
security
Allows non-standard network configuration.
7. The download progress displays and ends with a successful download message or
with an error message.
port
Display/configure port status values.
config
Configure VLAN and Transparent modes of operation.
8. Press Q or F4 to return to the Device-Specific Options screen.
accounts
Add/delete Username/Password accounts.
sysdescr
Enter the MIB-II system description information.
unit
Display and change unit settings.
bw
Display and change bandwidth settings.
When the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is installed in a managed chassis, it is possible to use
UMA to update the firmware (refer to the iView2 online help for more information on
using UMA with iConfig, iMediaChassis and iMcV-FiberLinX-II).
Port Configuration—port
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II allows viewing port status and configuring some port features
from a serial connection or a Telnet session. In the Commands list, type port and
press Enter to access the Port Status/Control screen.
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In the Port Status Values area of this screen it is possible to view the link status, link
lost counter, duplex status, and port speed.
------------------------Optics
Link Status
Link Lost Cntr
Duplex Status
Port Speed
Port Status Values
Data
Up
0
Full
100 Mbits
When using Flow Control functionality on any port, enable Flow Control (refer to
Unit Flow Control for more information). Next, configure each port individually:
---------------------------EXT Mgmt
Up
0
Full
100 Mbits
Down
0
Half
10 Mbits
------------------------- Port Control Settings --------------------------Data
EXT Mgmt
Port Enable
Admin Status
Port Speed Ctrl
Advertise Ctrl
Advertise FlowC
Force FlowCtrl Frc FlowCt
Unit FlowControl Ena. FlowC
Enabled
Up
Autoneg.
Advert All
Adv Flow
Flow Auto
Enabled
Up
Autoneg.
Advert All
Adv Flow
Flow Auto
Use Arrow Keys To Move Cursor. Press Space Bar To Change Value.
Press RETURN To Set New Value. Press Q Or F4 To Exit

To use Auto Negotiation and Flow Control:
Advertise FlowC = Advertise Flow, Force FlowCtrl = Flow Auto

To use Auto Negotiation but not Flow Control
Advertise FlowC = No Flow

To use Flow Control and force the port speed (Port Speed Ctrl)
Advertise FlowC = Advertise Flow, Force FlowCtrl = Frc FlowCt
All RJ-45 ports feature Flow Control in Full-Duplex and Back Pressure Flow control in
Half-Duplex. Back Pressure Flow Control is a hardware based flow control that forces
collisions on the line to limit bandwidth.
In the Port Control Settings area of the Port screen it is possible to set the following:
Unit FlowControl - Enable or disable Flow Control functionality on the unit. This
must be enabled to use Flow Control on any port.
Port Enable - Enable or disable the port. Both Port Enable and Admin Status must be
enabled (enabled and up) to enable the port. This setting can be disabled from
iView2.
Mode Configuration—config
Admin Status - Enable (Up) or disable (Down) the port. Both Port Enable and Admin
Status must be enabled (enabled and up) to enable the port. This setting can be
disabled from MIB-II compatible software.
Port Speed Ctrl - Set the port for Auto Negotiation or to force one of the following
speeds:
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10 Mbps Half-Duplex
10 Mbps Full-Duplex
100 Mbps Half-Duplex
100 Mbps Full-Duplex.
Advertise Ctrl - This is the Selective Advertising feature. Selective Advertising is used
in combination with Auto Negotiation to advertise the selected speed and duplex
mode for the DATA and EXT MGMT ports. This allows advertising: all speeds and
duplex modes; 10 Mbps Half-Duplex; 10 Mbps Full-Duplex; 100 Mbps Half-Duplex;
100 Mbps Full-Duplex; 10 Mbps Half and Full-Duplex; etc. Auto Negotiation must
be enabled for Selective Advertising to work.
NOTE
If a specific speed and/or duplex mode are desired, B&B Electronics recommends using
Selective Advertising, instead of Force Mode, when connecting to devices that can only
Auto Negotiate. For the FO uplink versions, the port is always force flow control 100 FDX
and cannot be changed.
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II can be configured to allow several combinations of VLAN
tagging and management. This manual refers to the most useful combinations as
modes. The applications of these modes are described in detail in the Application
Examples section.
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Mode One – Default and Default Plus
Mode Two – Transparency with Untagged Management
Mode Three - Transparency with Tagged Management
Mode Four - Transparency with Extra Tagging (Q-in-Q)
Mode Five - Port VLAN
Mode Six – Port VLAN Filter
NOTE
Default mode is the factory default and is provided as a starting point from which to
configure the iMcV-FiberLinX-II modules. This mode does not provide adequate
management isolation and is not recommended for normal use.
This section describes the Telnet/serial port screens and fields available for configuring
the iMcV-FiberLinX-II modes.
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II modes are configured using the config command from the
Device-Specific Options screen. This opens the Transparent Mode screen or the
VLAN Mode screen depending on the current configuration.
Advertise FlowC and Force FlowCtrl—the following are Advertise Control features.
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Transparent Mode
***WARNING***
The Transparent Mode screen is displayed when the iMcV-FiberLinX-II module is
configured in Default mode or Transparent mode.
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
Transparent with Extra-Tagging
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
This parameter allows adding a VLAN ID tag to all traffic (tagged or untagged) arriving
on the DATA port by entering Y. This ID can optionally be kept or removed when
leaving the DATA port. When Y is entered, this field expands to display the Data Tag,
Data Priority, Leave Tags on Data Port, and TPID fields. The TPID setting allows
setting the EtherType of the Extra Tag frame to either 8100 (standard), 9100 (special
use), or 9200 (special use).
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ Y ]
Transparent Mode Setup Screen
When Transparent Mode is enabled, the next screen is the Transparent Mode Setup
screen:
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ N ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ N ]
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
[ N ]
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ N ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ Y ]
The Data Tag is
[20 ]
Data Priority is
[7 ]
Are Extra Tags left on the Data Port?
[ N ]
Select the TPID for the Extra Tag 1 = 8100, 2 = 9100, 3 = 9200
Extra Tag TPID [ 1 ] [8100]
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
The following parameters can be set in this screen:
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If the device is currently managed on any port other than the EXT MGMT port, do not leave
the Management Tag field defined as zero (0). This will disable management traffic on the
iMcV-FiberLinX-II. It is necessary to enter a VLAN ID between 1 and 4094 (excluding the
VLAN ID used for the Extra Tag).
[ N ]
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
VLAN Tag on Management Packets
Extra Tag Mode
VLAN Tag on EXT MGMT port
Transparent Mode Setup
This parameter makes it possible to use all untagged data as the management domain
by entering N, or to define a VLAN ID tag for the management domain by entering Y.
When Y is entered, this field expands to display the Management Tag field and the
Management Priority field.
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ Y ]
The Management Tag is [7 ]
Management Priority is [0 ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ N ]
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
[ N ]
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
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Transparent with VLAN Tag on EXT MGMT Port
Default Mode
This parameter adds the management VLAN ID tag to all untagged data arriving at the
EXT MGMT port by entering N, or can restrict the EXT MGMT port to only accept
data tagged with the management VLAN ID by entering Y.
Entering N in the Tags column of both the Optics and Data rows will place the iMcVFiberLinX-II in Default mode.
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ Y ]
The Management Tag is [7 ]
Management Priority is [0 ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ N ]
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0
[0
]
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
Tags
Data VLANs are used only
[ N ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ N ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
[ N ]
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
No VLANs are defined allowing only untagged packets to pass through the unit.
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
Port VLAN on OPTICS (or UPLINK) port
VLAN Mode Screen
When N is entered in the Transparent Mode Setup screen, the VLAN Mode screen
displays:
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0
[0
]
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0
]
[0 ]
Tags
Data VLANs are used only
[0 ] [ N ] if Tags are enabled on both
[0 ] [ N ] the Optics and Data Ports.
EXT Mgmt Tag
[0 ] [ N ]
Data Vlans <Optics <----> Data>
VLAN 1 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 12 [0
VLAN 2 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 13 [0
VLAN 3 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 14 [0
VLAN 4 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 15 [0
VLAN 5 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 16 [0
VLAN 6 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 17 [0
VLAN 7 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 18 [0
VLAN 8 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 19 [0
VLAN 9 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 20 [0
VLAN 10 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 21 [0
VLAN 11 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 22 [0
Valid Vlan IDs are between 1 and 4094.
Type S or F3 to save the changes. Type
] [0 ] VLAN 23 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 24 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 25 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 26 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 27 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 28 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 29 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 30 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 31 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 32 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ]
Valid priorities are between 0 and 7.
Q or F4 to quit and cancel changes.
The following parameters can be set in this screen:
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•
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
This parameter restricts traffic to a single VLAN ID tag for the OPTICS (or UPLINK)
port by entering Y in the Tags column of the Optics row and N in the Tags column of
the Data row. In the VLAN IDs - Saved column of the Data row, enter the VLAN ID
tag to be used (in this example, 13). This VLAN ID will be added to all untagged
traffic entering the DATA port and removed from all traffic leaving the DATA port.
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0 ]
[13 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0
[0 ]
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
Data VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
VLAN 1 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 12 [0
VLAN 2 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 13 [0
VLAN 3 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 14 [0
VLAN 4 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 15 [0
VLAN 5 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 16 [0
VLAN 6 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 17 [0
VLAN 7 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 18 [0
VLAN 8 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 19 [0
VLAN 9 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 20 [0
VLAN 10 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 21 [0
VLAN 11 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 22 [0
Valid VLAN IDs are between 1 and 4094.
Type S or F3 to save the changes. Type
Tags
Data VLANs are used only
[ Y ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ N ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
] [0 ] VLAN 23 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 24 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 25 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 26 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 27 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 28 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 29 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 30 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 31 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 32 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ]
Valid priorities are between 0 and 7.
Q or F4 to quit and cancel changes.
Default Mode
Port VLAN on OPTICS (or UPLINK) port
Port VLAN on DATA port
Management VLAN
Port VLAN Filter
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Port VLAN on DATA Port
Port VLAN Filter
This parameter restricts traffic to a single VLAN ID tag for the DATA port by entering Y
in the Tags column of the Data row and N in the Tags column of the Optics row. In
the VLAN IDs - Saved column of the Optics row, enter the VLAN ID tag to be used
(in this example, 13). This VLAN ID will be added to all untagged traffic entering the
OPTICS (or UPLINK) port and removed from all traffic leaving the OPTICS (or
UPLINK) port.
This parameter allows passing traffic with up to 32 separate VLAN IDs between the
OPTICS (or UPLINK) port and the DATA port. To enable the Data VLANS fields,
enter Y in the Tags column for both the Optics and Data rows. Enter up to 32 VLAN
IDs in the Data VLANs fields; VLAN IDs can be any number between 1 and 4,094.
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN IDs
Current Saved
Ports
Optics [0 ] [13 ]
Data
[0 ] [0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ] [0 ]
Priorities
Current Saved
[0 ]
[0 ]
Tags
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
[0 ]
Data VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
VLAN 1 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 12 [0
VLAN 2 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 13 [0
]
]
Data VLANs are used only
[ N ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ Y ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
[0
[0
]
]
VLAN 23 [0
VLAN 24 [0
]
]
[0
[0
]
]
Management VLAN and EXT MGMT Tag
This parameter configures a VLAN ID for management traffic by entering an ID in the
VLAN IDs – Saved column of the SNMP row (in this example, 200).
The EXT MGMT tag parameter provides the option of adding the defined
Management VLAN ID to all untagged traffic entering the EXT MGMT port (EXT Mgmt
Tag = N) or restricting the EXT MGMT port to pass only traffic bearing this VLAN ID
(EXT Mgmt Tag = Y)
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[13 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0 ]
[13 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[200 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
Tags
Data VLANs are used only
[ Y ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ Y ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
***WARNING***
If the device is currently managed on any port other than the EXT MGMT port, do not leave
the Management Tag field defined as zero (0). This will disable management traffic on the
iMcV-FiberLinX-II. It is necessary to enter a VLAN ID between 1 and 4094 (excluding the
VLAN IDs used for the Port VLAN or for the Data VLANs).
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active
now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
only
Optics [0 ]
on both
Data
[0 ]
Ports.
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
Data
VLAN
]
VLAN
]
VLAN
]
VLAN
]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
Tags
Data VLANs are used
[0
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[ Y ] if Tags are enabled
[0
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[ Y ] the Optics and Data
[0 ]
EXT Mgmt Tag
[0 ] [ N ]
[0
]
VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
1 [0 ] [900 ] VLAN 12 [0
]
[911 ]
VLAN 23 [0
]
[922
2 [0
]
[901 ] VLAN 13 [0
]
[912 ]
VLAN 24 [0
]
[923
3 [0
]
[902 ] VLAN 14 [0
]
[913 ]
VLAN 25 [0
]
[924
4 [0
]
[903 ] VLAN 15 [0
]
[914 ]
VLAN 26 [0
]
[925
Unit Configuration—unit
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II allows viewing unit status as well as configure some unit
features by using a serial connection or a Telnet session. In the Main Configuration
screen, press the Space Bar, type unit, and press Enter to open the Unit Control
Settings screen. In this screen it is possible to view the unit FlowControl,
FiberAlert/LinkLoss, Loopback, Maximum Frame Size, and 802.1p Base Priority
(logging-in as a User in a Telnet session allows viewing these settings, but prevents
changing the settings).
------------------------- Unit Control Settings ----------------------------Unit FlowControl
Disable FlowControl Globally
Unit FiberAlert
TXLinkLoss Plus FXLinkLoss Enabled
Unit LoopBack
No LoopBack, Normal Traffic Mode
Unit Max FrameSz
Oversized Frames:
802.1p Base Pri
Base Priority
4
Brdcast Max Rate
Max Broadcast rate
1%
1536
Use Arrow Keys To Move Cursor. Press Space Bar To Change Value.
Press RETURN To Set New Value. Type Q or F4 to Exit.
Unit FlowControl – This enables/disables Flow Control functionality on the unit, and
must be enabled to use Flow Control on any port. The settings include the following:
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Disable FlowControl Globally
Enable FlowControl If Port Allows
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Unit FiberAlert – Enables/disables FiberAlert and LinkLoss functionality on the unit.
The settings include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
No FiberAlert Or LinkLoss Enabled
FXLinkLoss Only, Enabled
TXLinkLoss Only, Enabled
FiberAlert Plus FXLinkLoss Enabled
FiberAlert Plus TXLinkLoss Enabled
TXLinkLoss Plus FXLinkLoss Enabled
TXLinkLoss + FXLinkLoss + FiberAlert Enabled
FiberAlert Only
NOTE
FiberAlert is not offered on the all-copper (RJ-45) version of the iMcV-FiberLinX-II.
Unit LoopBack – Enables/disables Loopback functionality on the unit. The settings
include the following:
•
•
•
•
•
No LoopBack, Normal Traffic Mode
LoopBack Enabled
LoopBack, Src/Dest Address Swap
LoopBack, Address Swap, Clear Multicast bit
No Learning on OPTICS (or UPLINK) or DATA Ports
Unit Max FrameSz – Enter the maximum frame size on the unit by using the number
keys.
•
•
•
•
No VLAN–1518
VLAN Tag–1522
Oversized frames–1536
Oversized frames–1916
802.1p Base Pri – Set the threshold between low and high priority on the unit. For
example, when the Base VLAN Priority is set to 4, priority settings of 0 through 3 are
low priority and settings of 4 through 7 are high priority. When the Base VLAN
Priority is set to 3, priority settings of 0 through 2 are low priority and priority settings
of 3 through 7 are high priority.
BrdCast Max Rate – Set the Broadcast Storm protection. Valid values are 0-20%
where 0% disables Broadcast Storm protection. The setting is the percentage of line
speed where broadcast frames will be dropped. For example, if the setting is 1% and
the unit detects that broadcast traffic is exceeding 1% of the line speed then the unit
will discard broadcast frames. The suggested setting is 1%.
Bandwidth Configuration—bw
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II allows viewing bandwidth status and configuring bandwidth
from a serial connection or a Telnet session. In the Main Configuration screen, press
the Space Bar, type bw and press Enter to access the Bandwidth Control Settings
screen:
------------------------- Bandwidth Control Settings ----------------------------Optics Port
Data Port
RX Bandwidth Limit, 0 For None
0
0
TX Bandwidth Limit, 0 For None
0
0
Unit RateControl Enable/Disable
Disable
Use Arrow Keys To Move Cursor. Press Space Bar To Change Value.
Press RETURN To Set New Value. Press Q or F4 to Exit.
This screen includes the following parameters:
•
•
•
RX Bandwidth Limit - Set the receive bandwidth limit (up to 100 Mbps) for both the
DATA and OPTICS (or UPLINK) ports. Entering a setting of either 0 or 100,000,000
will result in a limit of 100 Mbps. When the received data reaches the set limit in a
one second interval, the unit stops receiving data. If flow control is enabled, then
flow control begins prior to reaching the set limit.
TX Bandwidth Limit – Set the transmit bandwidth limit (up to 100 Mbps) for both the
DATA and OPTICS (or UPLINK) ports. Entering a setting of either 0 or 100,000,000
will result in a limit of 100 Mbps. When the transmit data reaches the set limit in a
one second interval, the unit stops transmitting data, but will continue to receive until
all the internal buffers are filled. If flow control is enabled, then flow control begins
before all the buffers are filled.
NOTE
It is not recommended to set both the RX and TX Bandwidth limits at the same time. Setting
TX Bandwidth Limits allows for full use of the memory buffers in the unit.
Unit RateControl Enable/Disable – Enable/disable the bandwidth limiting feature on
this unit.
Application Overview
Before using iMcV-FiberLinX-II, decide the following:
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Receive Bandwidth Limit
Transmit Bandwidth Limit
Unit Rate Control
Will iMcV-FiberLinX-II units be located at only one or at both ends of the fiber?
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•
•
How will the iMcV-FiberLinX-II units be managed?
Will VLAN IDs be defined?
How many iMcV-FiberLinX-II units will be used?
•
•
Two for Host/Remote applications–allows IP-less management providing greater
security
One for a single unit application
from which to configure the iMcV-FiberLinX-II modules. It is not intended as a mode
for normal use. In Default Plus Mode, all tagged and untagged traffic passes between
the Data and Optics ports. Management to the device must be untagged.
NOTE
Default Mode does not provide any management traffic protection and is not
recommended for normal use.
How will the iMcV-FiberLinX-II be managed?
The iMcV-FiberLinX-II can be managed through any of its three ports (and any
combination thereof) or from the chassis. Using the EXT MGMT/OPTICS (or UPLINK)
port combination separates management traffic from the data and provides the
highest level of security. UMA management does not require an IP address.
Will VLAN IDs be defined?
When VLAN traffic is used with specific tags on any/all of the DATA ports, it is
necessary to disable Transparency and define VLAN IDs (refer to VLAN Configuration
section). When it is desirable to use VLAN tagged, untagged, or double-tagged traffic,
enable Transparency.
Application Examples
The following are application examples of the different VLAN configuration modes
available using the iMcV-FiberLinX-II. If assistance is required to configure an
application, contact B&B Electronics Technical Support at
[email protected]
Press Enter for device configuration mode.
The application modes include the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Mode One – Default and Default Plus
Mode Two – Transparency with Untagged Management
Mode Three - Transparency with Tagged Management
Mode Four - Transparency with Extra Tagging (Q-in-Q)
Mode Five - Port VLAN
Mode Six - PortVLAN Filter
NOTE
When configuring VLAN IDs, remember to use any VLAN ID between 1 and 4,094. The VLAN
IDs used in the following applications are for example purposes ONLY.
Mode One-Default and Default Plus Mode
Default mode passes only untagged data between the DATA port and the OPTICS (or
UPLINK) port. This mode is the factory default and is provided as a starting point
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Press the Space Bar once to access additional commands.
Type config then press Enter to set the operation mode.
Press 2 to change to Default Plus Mode, then press Enter.
Press Enter for other options.
Mode Two-Transparency with Untagged Management
Transparent with Untagged Management mode passes tagged traffic between the
DATA port and the OPTICS (or UPLINK) port and isolates untagged traffic as
management domain traffic (untagged).
To configure this mode, do the following:
1. Set the management DIP Switch ON for the ports using management (in this
example it is the OPTICS (or UPLINK) port: 3 = ON). To enable External
Management (EXT MGMT), set DIP Switch 1 to ON. (otherwise, leave DIP Switch
1 in the OFF position (default from factory) to disable EXT MGMT)
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2. Set Transparent Mode to allow both tagged data and untagged management
traffic to pass:
a. In the Main Configuration screen, press the Space Bar and type config. The
Configuration Screen displays:
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
NOTE
The flow of management domain traffic is defined by the DIP Switches. For example, if the
management DIP Switches are on the OPTICS and DATA ports, management domain
traffic is allowed to flow through those ports.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
External Management is ON
External Management is OFF
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ Y ]
b. Enter Y in the Transparent Mode field and press any key (except S or Q) to
open the Transparent Mode Setup screen.
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ N ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ N ]
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
On
Off
[ N ]
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
c. Press S or F3 to save without setting any transparent mode options. This will
set all untagged traffic as management.
EXT MGMT:
Untagged Management
Domain Traffic
DATA:
Tagged Data
Only
Off
On
On
OPTICS:
Tagged Data and
Untagged
Management
Domain Traffic
OPTICS:
Tagged Data
and Untagged
Management
Data
d. Type Reboot. In this mode only tagged data will pass to the data port.
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Off
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DATA:
Tagged Data
Only
Mode Three-Transparency with Tagged Management
e. Ensure Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port? is set to N.
Transparent with Tagged Management mode passes both tagged and untagged traffic
between the DATA port and the OPTICS (or UPLINK) port. By using a VLAN Tag, it is
possible to isolate and route the management path in the module. This method can
be used with or without continuing the management path down the EXT MGMT port.
f. Press S or F3 to save the settings. This will set all traffic with VLAN ID 7 as
management.
To configure this mode, do the following:
1. Set the management DIP Switch ON for the ports using management (in this
example it is the OPTICS (or UPLINK) 3 = ON and EXT MGMT 1 = ON).
2. Set Transparent Mode to allow both tagged and untagged traffic to pass:
a. In the Main Configuration screen, press the Space Bar and type config. The
Configuration screen displays:
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
g. Type Reboot.
Now the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is configured to pass all data between the OPTICS (or
UPLINK) and DATA ports except that which is tagged with VLAN ID 7. All data
tagged with VLAN ID 7 is considered management traffic and passes from the
OPTICS (or UPLINK) port to the EXT MGMT port only. The iMcV-FiberLinX-II is
configured to receive untagged data from the twisted pair EXT MGMT port and add
the VLAN ID 7 before sending it out of the OPTICS (or UPLINK) port. In this mode
the EXT MGMT port provides a secure link to the management port at the other end
of the fiber line.
Port
SNMP
DIP Switch
Settings
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ Y ]
b. Enter Y in the Transparent Mode field and press any key (except S or Q) to
open the Transparent Mode Setup screen.
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ Y ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ N ]
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
[ N ]
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
OPTICS:
Untagged Data,
Tagged Data
including
management with
VLAN ID = 7
On
EXT MGMT:
Management
Off
DATA:
Untagged Data
and Tagged Data
(without the management)
On
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
c. Enter Y at Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? The screen
displays the management tag fields:
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ Y ]
The Management Tag is [0 ]
Management Priority is [0 ]
EXT MGMT and OPTICS (or UPLINK)
Port Management DIP Switches 1 & 3 set to ON.
d. Enter the management tag (VLAN ID) and the priority (optional).
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ Y ]
The Management Tag is [7 ]
Management Priority is [0 ]
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Mode Four-Transparency with Extra Tagging (Q-in-Q)
Transparent with Extra Tagging mode can add an extra tag to data received on the
DATA port. By using Extra Tagging in a Host/Remote iMcV-FiberLinX-II pair, all data
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received on the Remote iMcV-FiberLinX-II DATA port can be extra-tagged and sent
out of the Host iMcV-FiberLinX-II DATA port with a unique tag for identification in
the Host cloud. In the reverse direction the extra tag is removed before sending the
data out of the Remote iMcV-FiberLinX-II DATA port.
To configure this mode, perform the following:
Set the Extra Tag Mode on both of the iMcV-FiberLinX-II modules:
1.
[ N ]
Select the TPID for the Extra Tag 1 = 8100, 2 = 9100, 3 = 9200
Extra Tag TPID [ 1 ] [8100]
4.
On the Host iMcV-FiberLinX-II module, enter Y at Are Extra Tags left on the
Data Port? to only accept the Extra Tag VLAN ID on the DATA port. On the
Remote iMcV-FiberLinX-II module, enter N to have the Extra Tag VLAN ID
added to incoming and removed from outgoing data on the DATA port.
In the Main Configuration screen, press the Space Bar and type config. The
Configuration screen displays:
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
5.
Select the Extra Tag TPID EtherType (optional).
6.
Press S or F3 to save the settings.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
7.
Type Reboot. Repeat steps for second module.
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
Now the iMcV-FiberLinX-II Host/Remote pair is configured to pass only VLAN ID 8
data from the Host iMcV-FiberLinX-II to the Remote iMcV-FiberLinX-II where the
VLAN ID 8 tag is removed before sending the data out of the Remote DATA port.
The Extra Tag VLAN ID 8 is added to all data received on the Remote DATA port
before being sent to the Host iMcV-FiberLinX-II where the VLAN ID 8 tag remains on
the data leaving the Host DATA port.
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ Y ]
2.
The Data Tag is
[8 ]
Data Priority is
[0 ]
Are Extra Tags left on the Data Port?
Enter Y in the Transparent Mode field and press any key (except S or Q) to open
the Transparent Mode Setup screen.
TRANSPARENT MODE SETUP
Is a VLAN tag required on Management packets? [ Y ]
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ N ]
Are VLAN Tags required on the EXT Port?
[ N ]
Type S or F3 to save the new information
Type Q of F4 to quit and cancel changes
Reboot is required for any change to take affect.
3.
Enter Y when prompted with Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? The
screen expands to displays the Extra Tag mode fields:
Do you want to enter the Extra Tag mode? Enter Y for Extra Tagging.
Enter N if you do not want Extra Tags [ Y ]
The Data Tag is
[0 ]
Data Priority is
[0 ]
Are Extra Tags left on the Data Port?
[ N ]
HOST DATA:
Untagged
and Tagged Data
wrapped in Extra
Tag of VLAN ID=8
REMOTE DATA:
Untagged
and Tagged Data
Select the TPID for the Extra Tag 1 = 8100, 2 = 9100, 3 = 9200
Extra Tag TPID [ 1 ] [8100]
Enter the extra tag VLAN ID (for example, 8), the Priority (optional), and the
EtherType (optional). These values must be identical on both iMcV-FiberLinX-II
modules.
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Host DIP Switch
(8) set to ON
Remote DIP Switch
(7) set to ON
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Enter a VLAN ID in the Management VLAN IDs field.
Mode Five-Port VLAN
VLAN IDs
Current Saved
The Port VLAN mode allows configuring the iMcV-FiberLinX-II to accept only data
tagged with one specific VLAN ID. This mode can be configured for either the
OPTICS (or UPLINK) port or the DATA port.
Data VLANs are used only if Tags are enabled on both the Optics and Data
Ports.
To configure this mode, perform the following:
In the Main Configuration screen, press the Space Bar and type config. The
Configuration screen displays:
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ N ]
2.
Enter N in the Transparent Mode field and press any key (except S or Q) to open
the VLAN screen:
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0
[0
]
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0
]
[0 ]
3.
4.
Press S or F3 to save the settings.
5.
Type Reboot.
Now the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is configured to pass only VLAN ID 13 from the DATA
port to the OPTICS (or UPLINK) port. Untagged packets arriving at the OPTICS (or
UPLINK) port (Tags = N) receive a tag (VLAN ID = 13) before being sent out of the
DATA port. The VLAN ID number used for a port must be different than the number
used for the Management VLAN ID tag (VLAN ID=20). The EXT MGMT must have
VLAN=20.
If Y is entered in the EXT MGMT Tag field, the VLAN ID for this port is the value in
the Management VLAN field. In this case, define a VLAN ID in the Management
VLAN field. If the unit is managed through the EXT MGMT port using untagged
frames, the Management VLAN does not need to be defined.
Tags
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
Data VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
VLAN 1 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 12 [0
VLAN 2 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 13 [0
VLAN 3 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 14 [0
VLAN 4 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 15 [0
VLAN 5 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 16 [0
VLAN 6 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 17 [0
VLAN 7 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 18 [0
VLAN 8 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 19 [0
VLAN 9 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 20 [0
VLAN 10 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 21 [0
VLAN 11 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 22 [0
Valid VLAN IDs are between 1 and 4094.
Type S or F3 to save the changes. Type
Tags
Ports
Optics [0 ] [13 ]
[0 ]
[0 ] [ N ]
Data
[0 ] [0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ] [ Y ]
Management VLAN.........................EXT Mgmt Tag
SNMP....[0 ] [20 ]
[0 ]
[0 ] [ Y ]
VLAN on DATA Port - Configuration
1.
Priorities
Current Saved
Data VLANs are used only
[ N ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ N ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
] [0 ] VLAN 23 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 24 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 25 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 26 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 27 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 28 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 29 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 30 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 31 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 32 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ]
Valid priorities are between 0 and 7.
Q or F4 to quit and cancel changes.
EXT MGMT
VLAN ID=20
DATA:
VLAN ID=13
OPTICS:
Untagged
Data
Enter Y in the Tags column of the Data row and enter a VLAN ID in the VLAN
IDs Current column of the OPTICS row (for example, 13).
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
[13 ]
[0 ]
Priorities
Current Saved
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
Tags
[ N ]
[ Y ]
Data VLANs are used only if Tags are enabled on both the Optics and Data
Ports.
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EXT MGMT Port Management DIP Switch 1 set
to ON.
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VLAN on OPTIC Port - Configuration
4.
To configure this mode, do the following:
1.
VLAN IDs
Priorities
Current Saved
Current Saved
Ports
Optics [0 ] [13 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
Data
[0 ] [0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
Management VLAN.........................EXT
SNMP....[0 ] [20 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
In the Main Configuration screen, press the Space Bar and type config. The
Configuration screen displays:
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ N ]
2.
Enter N in the Transparent Mode field and press any key (except S or Q) to open
the VLAN screen:
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0
[0
]
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0
]
[0 ]
3.
Ports
Optics [0
Data
[0
]
]
[0 ]
[13 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 23 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 24 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 25 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 26 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 27 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 28 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 29 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 30 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 31 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 32 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ]
Valid priorities are between 0 and 7.
Q or F4 to quit and cancel changes.
Priorities
Current Saved
[0 ]
[0 ]
5.
Press S or F3 to save the settings.
6.
Type Reboot.
Now the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is configured to pass only VLAN ID 13 from the OPTICS
(or UPLINK) port to the DATA port. Untagged packets arriving at the DATA port
(Tags = N) receive a tag (VLAN ID = 13) before being sent out of the OPTICS (or
UPLINK) port. The VLAN ID number used for a port must be different than the
number used for the Management VLAN ID.
Data VLANs are used only
[ N ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ N ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
Enter Y in the Tags column of the Optics row and enter a VLAN ID in the VLAN
IDs Current column of the Data row (for example, 13).
VLAN IDs
Current Saved
[ N ]
[ Y ]
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
Tags
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
Data VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
VLAN 1 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 12 [0
VLAN 2 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 13 [0
VLAN 3 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 14 [0
VLAN 4 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 15 [0
VLAN 5 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 16 [0
VLAN 6 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 17 [0
VLAN 7 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 18 [0
VLAN 8 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 19 [0
VLAN 9 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 20 [0
VLAN 10 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 21 [0
VLAN 11 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 22 [0
Valid VLAN IDs are between 1 and 4094.
Type S or F3 to save the changes. Type
Tags
Data VLANs are used only if Tags are enabled on both the Optics and Data
Ports.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
Enter a VLAN ID in the Management VLAN IDs field.
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
MGMT:
Untagged
DATA:
Untagged
Data
OPTICS:
DATA VLAN ID=13
MGMT VLAN ID=20
Tags
[ Y ]
[ N ]
Data VLANs are used only if Tags are enabled on both the Optics and Data
Ports.
EXT MGMT Port Management DIP Switches 1 & 3 Set to ON.
Management of a host unit through the external port requires an IP address on the
host unit. A remote unit connected over the fiber link is managed through the local
unit using internal IP-less communication. If direct IP management of remote units is
required, then DIP Switch #3 must be ON and the remote must have an IP address.
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Mode Six-Port VLAN Filter
4.
The VLAN filter mode allows isolating a segment of the network to only accept data
using some or all of the 32 available VLAN IDs.
Enter up to 32 VLAN IDs in the Data VLANs rows. VLAN IDs can range from 1 to
4094.
To configure this mode, do the following:
1.
Data
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
In the Main Configuration screen, press the Space Bar and type config. The
Configuration screen displays:
Transparent Mode – with either (not both) Data and Optics Mgmt dipswitches
set to on, all traffic passes between Optics and Data port EXCEPT what has
been defined as the Management Domain. The Management Domain can either be
defined as untagged traffic or traffic with a specified VLAN ID.
In Transparent Mode with BOTH Optics and Data Mgmt dipswitches set to off,
all traffic passes between the Optics and Data Ports.
Default Mode – the unit passes only Untagged Packets.
The unit is currently in Default Mode.
Enter Y for Transparent Mode, N for no Transparent Mode or <enter> to
move to other options [ N ]
2.
Enter N in the Transparent Mode field and press any key (except S or Q) to open
the VLAN screen:
Enter a VLAN ID in the Management VLAN IDs field.
VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
1 [0 ] [101 ] VLAN 12
2 [0 ] [102 ] VLAN 13
3 [0 ] [103 ] VLAN 14
4 [0 ] [104 ] VLAN 15
5 [0 ] [105 ] VLAN 16
6 [0 ] [106 ] VLAN 17
7 [0 ] [107 ] VLAN 18
8 [0 ] [108 ] VLAN 19
9 [0 ] [109 ] VLAN 20
10 [0 ] [110 ] VLAN 21
11 [0 ] [111 ] VLAN 22
5.
Press S or F3 to save the settings.
6.
Type Reboot.
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
[112
[113
[114
[115
[116
[117
[118
[119
[120
[121
[122
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
VLAN
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
[0
IDs
Saved
Priorities
Current Saved
[0
[0
]
]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0
]
[0 ]
Data VLANs <Optics <----> Data>
VLAN 1 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 12 [0
VLAN 2 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 13 [0
VLAN 3 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 14 [0
VLAN 4 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 15 [0
VLAN 5 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 16 [0
VLAN 6 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 17 [0
VLAN 7 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 18 [0
VLAN 8 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 19 [0
VLAN 9 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 20 [0
VLAN 10 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 21 [0
VLAN 11 [0 ] [0 ] VLAN 22 [0
Valid VLAN IDs are between 1 and 4094.
Type S or F3 to save the changes. Type
3.
Tags
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
[0 ]
Data VLANs are used only
[ N ] if Tags are enabled on both
[ N ] the Optics and Data Ports.
Mgmt Tag
[ N ]
] [0 ] VLAN 23 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 24 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 25 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 26 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 27 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 28 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 29 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 30 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 31 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ] VLAN 32 [0 ] [0 ]
] [0 ]
Valid priorities are between 0 and 7.
Q or F4 to quit and cancel changes.
Enter Y in the Tags column of both the Optics row and the Data row to enable
Data VLANs.
VLAN IDs
Current Saved
Ports
Optics [0
Data
[0
]
]
[0
[0
]
]
Priorities
Current Saved
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
[0 ]
EXT
MGMT:
Untagged
DATA:
Up to 32
VLAN IDs
OPTICS:
Up to 32
VLAN IDs
Tags
[ Y ]
[ Y ]
Data VLANs are used only if Tags are enabled on both the Optics and Data
Ports.
EXT MGMT port management DIP Switch 1 set
to ON.
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[124
[125
[126
[127
[128
[129
[130
[131
[132
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
Now the iMcV-FiberLinX-II is configured to pass only packets with tags containing the
VLAN IDs defined in the Data VLANs table. VLAN ID numbers defined in this table
must not be the same as the number used for the Management VLAN ID.
Saved VLAN Values <Active after reboot>. Current VLAN Values <Active now>.
VLAN
Current
Ports
Optics [0 ]
Data
[0 ]
Management VLAN
SNMP
[0 ]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
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Troubleshooting
•
If two iMcV-FiberLinX-II Host/Remote units are not communicating properly,
make sure one is a Host and the other is a Remote. If the second unit is not
configured as a Remote, it will be recognized as a Standalone unit and the Host
and Remote units will not communicate with each other properly. Setting the
OPTICS (or UPLINK) port management DIP Switch #3 to the ON position on
both modules will allow performing a simple ping test. This is possible only if
pinging from the computer through the optics uplink port, which is highly
unusual. The EXT or data switch must be enabled and connected to the
computer to ping either device.
•
If a link on a twisted pair port cannot be established, make sure the cable is in
working order; if not, replace the cable (iMcV-FiberLinX-II includes AutoCross; a
link should be detected regardless of the Cat5 cable type).
•
If a fiber link cannot be established, make sure that the fiber transceivers on
iMcV-FiberLinX-II are not over/under driving the fiber receivers. For fiber
specifications, please visit www.imcnetworks.com/support/fpblookup.cfm. Make
sure the fiber mode and wavelength on both iMcV-FiberLinX-II units match (i.e.,
both are 1310 nm single-mode fiber).
•
Make sure the port speeds on iMcV-FiberLinX-II match those on the end devices
connected to iMcV-FiberLinX-II. B&B Electronics recommends configuring all
connected devices to Auto Negotiation, or if using Force mode, ensure speed
and duplex settings match.
•
If using single-strand fiber, make sure the pair of devices is compatible singlestrand fiber devices. For example, an iMcV-FiberLinX-II TX/SSFX-SM1310-SC
which transmits 1310 nm and receives 1550 nm must be connected to a device
which transmits 1550 nm and receives 1310 nm.
•
If using an iMcV-FiberLinX-II unit with an SFP port and it is not functioning
properly or at all, make sure that the installed SFP module is the correct speed
(100 Mbps).
•
When using the FiberAlert feature, make sure that FiberAlert is enabled on only
one unit when connecting two iMcV-FiberLinX-II units, or when connecting an
iMcV-FiberLinX-II to another B&B Electronics media converter which includes
the FiberAlert feature.
•
If management is not functioning properly, make sure that the DIP Switch
settings are accurate for the port to be managed.
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•
To restore the unit to factory default settings, use the cleandb function via the
serial port (refer to the Device-Specific Options from the Command Line section
for more information). This is especially helpful if the module may have been
configured improperly. If restarting to factory defaults is necessary, B&B
Electronics recommends using this function on both units in Host/Remote
applications, then reconfiguring all settings.
•
Ensure READ/WRITE Community Strings for iMcV-FiberLinX-II and iView² are
the same.
•
Ensure none of the twisted-pair ports on the iMcV-FiberLinX-II are connected to
the twisted-pair port on the iMediaCenter chassis or the management module in
an iMediaChassis series chassis.
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NO
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Pass UN-Tagged Data if
MGMT only from MGMT port
(Dip switches) or UMA
Set TPID for Extra TAG
(Set EtherType)
Pass only Extra TAG
Keep EX-TAG on Data
Port (YES/NO)
Set Extra TAG Value
Set Extra TAG PRI
MGMT and Data
YES
YES (1)
NO
NO
Add Extra TAG
Set MGMT TAG PRI
Set MGMT TAG Value
TAGGED MGMT
Pass TAGGED / UN-TAGGED DATA
NO (3)
Set TPID for Extra TAG
(Set EtherType)
Pass only Extra TAG
Keep EX-TAG on Data
Port (YES/NO)
TAG Required (Exists)
on EXT MGMT Port
Yes / No to add TAG
Set Extra TAG Value
Set Extra TAG PRI
MGMT and Data
TAGGED MGMT
Set TAG/PRI Value of
TAG from Data to Uplink
UN-TAG from Uplink to Data
TAG Required (Exists)
on EXT MGMT Port
Yes / No to add TAG
NO
TAGGED MGMT
Set TAG/PRI Value of
TAG from Uplink to Data
UN-TAG from Data to Uplink
TAG Required (Exists)
on EXT MGMT Port
Yes / No to add TAG
Set MGMT TAG PRI
Set MGMT TAG PRI
YES
Data
NO Uplink TAG
YES Data TAG
Set MGMT TAG Value
NO
Set MGMT TAG Value
YES
Uplink
YES Uplink TAG
NO Data TAG
Port VLAN
TAGGED MGMT
Pass TAGGED / UN-TAGGED DATA
Add/Remove Extra TAG (QinQ) on Data to Uplink
MGMT from Data Port only if in KEEP EX-TAG
independent of switches
YES
UN-TAGGED MGMT
Pass
UN-TAGGED DATA
TAGGED DATA
YES (2)
No Uplink TAG
No Data TAG
Default Plus
TAG Required (Exists)
on EXT MGMT Port
Yes / No to add TAG
UN-TAGGED MGMT
Pass
UN-TAGGED DATA
UN-TAGGED MGMT
Pass TAGGED DATA
Add/Remove Extra TAG (QinQ) on Data to Uplink
MGMT from Data Port only if in KEEP EX-TAG
independent of switches
YES
TAG Required
on MGMT
Packet
Add Extra TAG
NO
YES
Pin 1
Default
Port VLAN
TAGGED MGMT
Up to 32 VLAN values to pass
VLAN FILTER
DATA VLAN
TAG Required (Exists)
on EXT MGMT Port
Yes / No to add TAG
Set MGMT TAG PRI
Set MGMT TAG Value
YES
YES Uplink TAG
YES Data TAG
VLAN Filter
Transmit +
Transmit Receive +
None
Transmit Serial*
Receive Receive Serial*
Ground Serial*
No Uplink TAG
No Data TAG
*RS-232 signals are connected only on the EXT MGMT port.
UN-TAGGED MGMT
Pass TAGGED DATA
Select
“config”
NO
Signal
Mode
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Transparent
Pin
Modes of Operations
Serial Port Pinout
Modes of Operation
The following table lists the pin configuration for the RJ-45/Serial connector. The
serial port shares the physical connector for the Ethernet port defined as external
management (EXT MGMT).
Appendix
B&B Electronics Technical Support
The listed products offer an optional method of configuring the device via a Console
session by connecting an RJ-45 to DB9 adapter (see pertinent manuals for further
information). The adapter is available for purchase through B&B Electronics; the
schematic included below will enable the end user to wire one of their own.
Tel: (800) 346-3119 (in the U.S. and Canada)
Monday-Friday, 7:00am-7”00pm CST
+353 91 792444 (Europe)
Monday through Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm GMT
Fax: (815) 433-5109 U.S. and Canada
+353 91-79244S5 Europe
E-Mail: [email protected] U.S. and Canada
[email protected] Europe
Web: www.bb-elec.com
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Specifications
Standards/Compliance
Power Consumption (Typical):
0.850 A @ 3.6V DC max.
•
•
Operating Temperature:
32° to 122° F (0° to 50° C)
•
•
•
•
Storage Temperature:
0° to 160°F (-20° to 70° C)
Read/write IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tags
QoS IEEE 802.1p-based packet prioritization (2 queues [high/low] with 8 levels
of priority
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control
IEEE 802.3i 10Base-T twisted pair
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX twisted pair
IEEE 802.3u 100Base-FX or SX fiber
Humidity:
5 to 95% (non-condensing); 0 to 10,000 ft. altitude
Dimensions:
Single Slot iMcV module
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Fiber Optic Cleaning Guidelines
Electrostatic Discharge Precautions
Fiber Optic transmitters and receivers are extremely susceptible to contamination by
particles of dirt or dust, which can obstruct the optic path and cause performance
degradation. Good system performance requires clean optics and connector ferrules.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can cause damage to any product, add-in modules or
stand alone units containing electronic components. Always observe the following
precautions when installing or handling these kinds of products
1.
1.
Do not remove unit from its protective packaging until ready to install.
2.
Wear an ESD wrist grounding strap before handling any module or component.
If the wrist strap is not available, maintain grounded contact with the system unit
throughout any procedure requiring ESD protection.
3.
Hold the units by the edges; do not touch the electronic components or gold
connectors.
4.
After removal, always place the boards on a grounded, static-free surface, ESD
pad or in a proper ESD bag. Do not slide the modules or stand alone units over
any surface.
2.
Use fiber patch cords (or connectors, as appropriate) only from a reputable
supplier; low-quality components can cause many hard-to-diagnose problems in
an installation.
Dust caps are installed at B&B Electronics to ensure factory-clean optical devices.
These protective caps should not be removed until the moment of connecting
the fiber cable to the device. Should it be necessary to disconnect the fiber
device, reinstall the protective dust caps.
3.
Store spare caps in a dust-free environment such as a sealed plastic bag or box so
that when reinstalled they do not introduce any contamination to the optics.
4.
If it is suspected that the optics have been contaminated, alternate between
blasting with clean, dry, compressed air and flushing with methanol to remove
particles of dirt.
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WARNING! Integrated circuits and fiber optic components are
extremely susceptible to electrostatic discharge damage. Do not
handle these components directly unless you are a qualified service
technician and use tools and techniques that conform to accepted
industry practices.
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Safety Certifications
UL/CUL: Listed to Safety of Information Technology Equipment, including
Electrical Business Equipment.
CE: The products described herein comply with the Council Directive on
Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC) and the Council Directive
on Electrical Equipment Designed for use within Certain Voltage Limits
(2006/95/EC). Certified to Safety of Information Technology
Equipment, Including Electrical Business Equipment. For further
details, contact B&B Electronics.
International Headquarters
B&B Electronics
707 Dayton Road
Ottawa, IL 61350 USA
Class 1 Laser product, Luokan 1 Laserlaite,
Laser Klasse 1, Appareil A’Laser de Classe 1
Phone (815) 433-5100 — General Fax (815) 433-5105
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bb-elec.com
European Headquarters
B&B Electronics
European Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE) requires that any equipment that bears this
symbol on product or packaging must not be disposed of with unsorted municipal
waste. This symbol indicates that the equipment should be disposed of separately
from regular household waste. It is the consumer’s responsibility to dispose of this
and all equipment so marked through designated collection facilities appointed by
government or local authorities. Following these steps through proper disposal and
recycling will help prevent potential negative consequences to the environment and
human health. For more detailed information about proper disposal, please contact
local authorities, waste disposal services, or the point of purchase for this equipment.
Westlink Commercial Park
Oranmore, Co. Galway, Ireland
Phone +353 91-792444 — Fax +353 91-79244S5
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bb-elec.com
© 2013 B&B Electronics. All rights reserved.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. B&B Electronics assumes no responsibility for any
errors that may appear in this document. iMcV-FiberLinX-II is a trademark of B&B Electronics. Other brands or product
names may be trademarks and are the property of their respective companies.
Document Number 56-80011-01 A1
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