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Allied Telesyn International Corp Formula 8200 Installation guide
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FORMULA 8200™
Fast Ethernet Fiber Workgroup Switch
Installation Guide
PN 613-10688-00 Rev. A
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Copyright  1998 Allied Telesyn International Corp.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without prior written
permission from Allied Telesyn International Corp.
FORMULA 8200 is a trademark of Allied Telesyn International Corp.
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation. All other product names,
company names, logos or other designations mentioned herein are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respectives owners.
Allied Telesyn International Corp. reserves the right to make changes in specifications and
other information contained in this document without prior written notice. The information
provided herein is subject to change without notice. In no event shall Allied Telesyn
International Corp. be liable for any incidental, special, indirect, or consequential damages
whatsoever, including but not limited to lost profits, arising out of or related to this manual
or the information contained herein, even if Allied Telesyn International Corp. has been
advised of, known, or should have known, the possibility of such damages.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Switch Installation .........................................................................................1
Overview ..............................................................................................................2
Verifying Your Switch Package ..........................................................................3
Prerequisites for Card Installation ....................................................................3
Ventilation ....................................................................................................3
Power ............................................................................................................3
Installing the FORMULA 8200 on the Desktop ................................................4
Installing the FORMULA 8200 in the Rack ......................................................5
Attaching a Console to the Switch......................................................................6
Powering Up and Initializing the Switch...........................................................6
Connecting Devices to the Fiber Ports .............................................................11
Where to Go Next ..............................................................................................11
Sample Networking Applications .....................................................................12
Chapter 2
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................13
Areas to Check...................................................................................................13
Checking LED Status........................................................................................14
IP Addresses ......................................................................................................15
Cabling ...............................................................................................................16
Appendix A
Product Specifications for the FORMULA 8200 Switch ......................17
Appendix B
Technical Support Fax Order ....................................................................19
Incident Summary.............................................................................................19
Appendix C
FORMULA 8200 Fiber Switch Installation Guide Feedback ..............21
Appendix D
Where To Find Us ..........................................................................................23
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Chapter 1
Switch Installation
This guide shows you how to install the FORMULA 8200 fiber switch from
Allied Telesyn International Corp., shown in Figure 1 and Figure 2.
Slot for accelerator card
Expansion slot
AT-8208 F/SC
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
9
Slot for
uplink card
11
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
12
13
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
STATUS
1
1
POWER
RESET
10
2 2
3
3
4
4
15
8201
16
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
5
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
14
6
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
5
6
7
7
8
8
RESET STATUS
Activity
Collision
POWER
Link
Diag
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
Console port
Reset button,
Power LED,
and Status LED
Onboard module
AT-8216F/SC
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
100 BASE-FX
12
13
14
13
14
15
15
16
Activity
Collision
8201
16
Link
Diag
STATUS
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
POWER
RESET
1
1
2 2
3
3
4
4
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
5
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
6
5
RESET STATUS
POWER
6
7
7
8
8
Activity
Collision
Link
Diag
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
Figure 1: The FORMULA 8200 Fiber Switch Models (AT-8208F/SC and AT-8216F/SC)
Power switch
Power Switch
Figure 2: The FORMULA 8200 Rear Panel
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Overview
The FORMULA 8200 includes the following hardware and software features:
❑
Eight or sixteen 100Base-FX, full duplex, dual SC fiber ports
❑
Flow control to autosense buffer limits on the transmit port
❑
Front panel LEDs that provide operating status and a Reset button
for front panel control of switch
❑
RS-232 console port interface for local switch management or Telnet
support for remote switch management
❑
Rack mount or table mount capabilities
❑
Support for multiple optional hardware and port configurations:
— 10/100Base-TX expansion ports
— OC3 ATM uplink card
— FDDI uplink card
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❑
Virtual LAN (VLAN) support for up to 16 VLANs
❑
Virtual routing to provide switching between VLANs
❑
Loop detection using Spanning Tree Protocol (IEEE 802.1d)
❑
Port mirroring to allow monitoring of one’s port activities from another
port
❑
Support for RMON Groups 1,2,3, and 9
❑
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agent for
Management Information Bases (MIB) II and a private enterprise
MIB
❑
TFTP and Zmodem support for software upgrades and backup
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Verifying Your Switch Package
Your FORMULA 8200 package consists of:
❑
One FORMULA 8200 fiber switch, either the 8-port AT-8208F/SC or
the 16-port AT-8216F/SC
❑
Rackmounting kit that includes brackets and screws for the
rackmounting option
❑
Four feet for the desktop mounting option
❑
AC power cord (U.S.A. only)
❑
This installation guide
If any of these components are damaged, contact your shipping carrier
representative. If any components are missing, please phone the Allied
Telesyn. Refer to Appendix D, “Where To Find Us,” on page 23.
Prerequisites for Switch Installation
Before installing the FORMULA 8200, make sure your site meets the following
requirements:
❑
Power: 90-264 VAC, 47-63 Hz, 3-6A
❑
Temperature: 0° ~ 40°C
❑
Humidity: 85% maximum relative humidity, noncondensing
Refer to Appendix A for a summary on product specifications.
Ventilation
The switch has an internal fan module. For the fan to function correctly, you
must not block the ventilation openings which are located at the rear and the
sides of the chassis.
Power
Power connections for each unit should be able to provide 120 VAC for North
American models or 240 VAC for international models. It is advisable to use
dedicated power circuits or power conditioners to supply power to the network
devices. This aids in isolating network equipment from electrical power
interference.
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Switch Installation
Location
Install the FORMULA 8200 on a sturdy, level surface in a ventilated area that
is dust free and away from heat vents, warm air exhaust from other equipment,
and direct sunlight. Avoid proximity to large electric motors or other
electromagnetic equipment.
Refer to Appendix A, “Product Specifications for the FORMULA 8200 Switch,”
for a summary of installation specifications.
Installing the FORMULA 8200 on the Desktop
1.
Set the switch on the flat surface. Allow at least 2 inches on the right
side of the switch for proper ventilation and 5 inches in the back for
power cord clearance.
2.
Use the plastic screws provided to attach the four rubber feet to each
marked location on the bottom of the chassis (Figure 3).
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Figure 3: Installing the Rubber Feet
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3.
Attach the power cord to the back of the switch. Then attach the other
end of the power cord to a grounded AC power outlet.
4.
Proceed to the section, “Attaching a Console to the Switch.”
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Installing the FORMULA 8200 in the Rack
Caution
When mounting the switch in a rack, do not stack units directly on top
of one another.
1.
If the rubber feet are attached, remove them.
2.
Attach the mounting brackets to the side of the switch using the M4 x
8 mm screws provided (Figure 4).
Caution
Use only the M4 x 8 mm screws provided. Longer screws may contact
the internal components, damaging the unit.
Figure 4: Attaching the Mounting Brackets
3.
Align the holes in the mounting brackets to the holes in the rack
(Figure 5) and secure with the screws provided.
Figure 5: Rackmounting the Switch
4.
Attach the power cord to the back of the switch. Then attach the other
end of the power cord to a grounded AC power outlet.
5.
Proceed to the section, “Attaching a Console to the Switch.”
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Switch Installation
Attaching a Console to the Switch
You need the following equipment:
❑
A terminal or TTY-compatible terminal, or a portable computer with a
serial port and the ability to emulate a VT100 terminal
❑
A UL-listed null modem RS232 cable with a female DB9 connector for
the console port on the switch and with a connector on the other end
that is appropriate for your computer or terminal
1.
Set the terminal protocol as follows:
—
—
—
—
—
—
9600 baud
No parity
8 bits
1 stop bit
Window terminal emulation option set to No
Terminal preferences: Function, Arrow, and Control keys active
2.
Connect the terminal (or a computer in terminal-emulation mode) to
the switch’s console port using the RS232 cable. Then turn on the
terminal.
3.
Proceed to the section, “Powering Up and Initializing the Switch.”
Powering Up and Initializing the Switch
Power on the switch.
The switch goes through a power-on self test (POST) to verify that all
components are functioning properly. The console displays messages
similar to the following screen:
Note
Report any error messages to Allied Telesyn’s Technical Support
department. Refer to Appendix D, “Where To Find Us,” for contact
information.
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Post
begins
Boot POST in progress...
PROM version: 1.0.10
Component
tests
Firmware
loads
Sizing DRAM (value displayed is bank size or error
code)...
DRAM now configured into a contiguous block:
Address: ............. 0xa0000000 - 0xa07ffffc
Running DRAM test...
Initializing 4650 icache and dcache...
Initializing PIG chip...
Initializing PMIU chips...
.
.
Boot POST complete, passing control to firmware...
Loading /flash/firmware...Starting at 0x80010000...
Firmware version 1.4.0
System
info
Vendor
info
Date= 11/7/97 time= 11:34:27
Restore configuration for system
IP address = 0.0.0.0
Number of ports = 16
Configuration changed
srm_init success
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Switch Init Success
Login:
Figure 6: FORMULA 8200 POST Messages
4.
Observe the LEDs for normal switch operation (Figure 7 and Table 1).
Activity
Collision
Link
Diag
Figure 7: Close-Up of the FX Port LEDs
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Table 1: FORMULA 8200 FX LED States
LED
Description
Status
Flashing green means the system-wide operation is normal.
Solid green means the switch is locked up and you probably cannot log
in. Reboot the switch.
Flashing amber means the switch is completing a DRAM test during a
power on self test (POST); otherwise, there may be problems. Reboot. If the
LED state does not change, contact Allied Telesyn’s Technical Support.
Solid amber means the switch is still functioning, but with problems.
Try to solve the problems; otherwise, reboot.
Power
Solid green means power is applied and operation is normal.
Off means there is no power to the switch. Check the power cord and
power source. Turn off and on. Replace the switch if LED remains unlit.
Port LED:
Activity
Flashing or solid green means the port is receiving or transmitting
traffic.
Off means there is no traffic. This LED state does not indicate a problem.
Port LED:
Collision
Port LED:
Link
Diag
This LED is always off. It is not supported on the FORMULA 8200 fiber
switch because collisions do not occur on full duplex FX ports.
Solid green means the cable’s link status is good.
Off means there is no link; flashing means there is a link problem. Verify
cable and port speed supported on end device (FX ports are 100Mbps full
duplex only).
This LED is normally off. This LED is reserved for factory use.
At initial startup, the switch operates at the default parameters listed
in Table 2. If you want to change these settings, refer to the
FORMULA 8200 User’s Guide available from Allied Telesyn’s website
at www.alliedtelesyn.com/manuals.htm for detailed procedures
on how to:
— Set the switch’s IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address
— Change the default login and password for security reasons
— Verify the Ethernet port configuration
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Table 2: Default Fiber Switch’s Parameters
Parameter
Default Value
System login
admin
System password
switch
Admin Status
Enabled
IP Address
0.0.0.0
IP Subnet Mask Address
0.0.0.0
Default Gateway Address
0.0.0.0
Spanning Tree Protocol
Enabled
Port Path Cost
10
Port Priority
128
Half or Full Duplex
Full duplex on FX ports
Port Speed
100 Mbps on FX ports
Autonegotiation
Off; not applicable to FX ports
Spanning Tree Priority
32768
Active Aging Time
300 seconds
Hello Time
2 seconds
IP RIP Mode
Silent
VLAN
All ports to a default VLAN #1
Console
9600, 8, N, 1
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5.
Log in at the prompt:
— Log in as admin.
— Enter the default password, switch.
6.
Enter SYSTEM/SHOW and verify the firmware and IP information.
Make sure the firmware version displayed on the screen matches the
version of the Release Notes and the User’s Guide you will be
downloading from Allied Telesyn’s website (described later on
page 11).
If you want to configure the IP parameters (IP address, subnet mask,
and gateway address), use the BOOT/IP/CONFIG command.
Note
You must enter a unique IP address for the switch if you plan to
manage the switch via Telnet or SNMP.
7.
Enter ETHERNET/SHOW/PORT to verify your port configuration.
The following screen shows the initial configuration for the
FORMULA 8200 with 8 FX ports:
/ETHERNET/SHOW> port
Physical Port#
==============
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Autoneg
=======
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
off
Speed
=====
100MBPS
100MBPS
100MBPS
100MBPS
100MBPS
100MBPS
100MBPS
100MBPS
Duplex
======
FULL
FULL
FULL
FULL
FULL
FULL
FULL
FULL
Note
You cannot change the port settings on the display.
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Connecting Devices to the Fiber Ports
Connect the switch to any equipment that conforms to IEEE 802.3u standard,
such as Ethernet networking devices, workstations, servers, other full duplex
switches, or bridges that support 100Base FX.
1.
Remove the dust caps only from the FX ports you intend to use.
Caution
Always leave the dust caps on unused ports to protect the fiber ports
from dust.
2.
Connect devices to the ports, one at a time (Figure 8).
Figure 8: Attaching Fiber Cables to the FX Ports
Dual SC cable connectors are keyed so you can insert them only one
way. If your cable is not keyed, note that the Receive cable is on the
right and the Transmit cable is on the left.
3.
Verify the correct link and status condition for every port-to-device
connection before proceeding to the next connection. See Table 1 for a
description of port LED activity.
4.
Attach additional networking cables as appropriate.
Where to Go Next
Go to Allied Telesyn’s website at www.alliedtelesyn.com/manuals.htm and
download the following documents:
❑
FORMULA 8200 User’s Guide for the commands to configure and
monitor the switch
❑
FORMULA 8200 Software Release Notes for the latest information on
your switch software version
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Sample Networking Applications
Workgroup LAN Switching Example
Router
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
100 Mbps
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
100 BASE-FX
12
13
14
13
14
15
15
16
8201
Activity
Collision
16
Link
Diag
STATUS
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
POWER
RESET
1
1
2 2
3
3
4
4
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
100 Mbps
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
5
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
6
5
6 7
7
8 8
Activity
Collision
RESET STATUS
Link
Diag
POWER
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
FORMULA 8200
Server
Backbone LAN Switching Example
100 Mbps
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
100 BASE-FX
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
Server
8201
Activity
Collision
16
Link
Diag
STATUS
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
POWER
RESET
1
1
2 2
3
3
4
4
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
100 Mbps
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
5
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
5
6
6 7
7
8 8
Activity
Collision
RESET STATUS
Link
Diag
POWER
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
10/100 Mbps
FORMULA 8200
Switch
Optional ATM Backbone Connectivity Example
155 Mbps
ATM Switch
FORMULA 8200
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
100 BASE-FX
12
13
14
5
6
13
14
15
15
16
Activity
Collision
8201
16
Link
Diag
STATUS
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
POWER
RESET
1
1
2 2
3
3 4
4
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
5
RESET STATUS
POWER
6 7
7
8 8
Activity
Collision
Link
Diag
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
155 Mbps
100 Mbps
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
100 BASE-FX
12
13
14
5
6
13
14
15
15
16
Activity
Collision
8201
16
Link
Diag
STATUS
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
POWER
RESET
1
RESET STATUS
POWER
1
2 2
3
3 4
4
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
5
6 7
7
8 8
Activity
Collision
Link
Diag
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
FORMULA 8200
(TX ports)
Servers
12
10/100 Mbps
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Chapter 2
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides information on isolating and resolving problems with
FORMULA 8200 operation.
Ethernet networks tend to be fairly simple, but they can still have problems
that take time to resolve. The most common problems are associated with the
actual network cabling.
If you have problems with a newly established network (initial setup), the
trouble is most likely related to cabling or addressing. If the network has been
operational for an extended period and is now beginning to have problems, the
trouble is probably related to recent additions or changes to the network, or
configuration settings on your switch.
Note
If you have trouble performing any of the steps in this chapter, or if you
have questions not covered in this manual, contact Allied Telesyn’s
Technical Support Department. See Appendix D, “Where To Find Us,”
for contact information.
Areas to Check
The following pages describe the areas to check when troubleshooting the
switch:
❑
LED status
❑
IP Addressing
❑
Network cabling
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Troubleshooting
Checking LED Status
The switch has system LEDs (Status and Power), located on the front panel,
that indicate the switch’s overall operational status. For the location of these
LEDs, see the encircled area in Figure 9.
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
9
11
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
12
13
100 BASE-FX
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
STATUS
1
POWER
RESET
10
1
2 2
3
3 4
4
GREEN - LINK
YELLOW - DIAG
14
15
16
10/100BASE-T NETWORK PORTS
5
GREEN - ACTIVITY
YELLOW - COLLISION
6
5
6 7
7
8 8
RESET STATUS
A
POWER
RS-232 TERMINAL PORT
Figure 9: Switch System LEDs
Additionally, each FX port has a set of LEDs to the right. For a closeup view of
the FX LEDs, see Figure 10.
Activity
Collision
Link
Diag
Figure 10: FX Port LEDs
Table 3 describes how these LEDs report on the switch and ports’ status, and
what you need to do in case of a problem.
Table 3: LED States and Recommended Action
LED
Status
Description and Action Required
Flashing green means the switch’s system-wide operations are
normal.
Solid green means the switch software is locked up and you
probably cannot log in. Reboot the switch.
Flashing amber means the switch is completing a DRAM test
during a power on self test (POST); otherwise, there may be
problems. Reboot. If the LED state does not change, contact Allied
Telesyn’s Technical Support.
Solid amber means the switch is still functioning, but with
problems. Try to determine the cause of the problem without
rebooting the switch. If all else fails, reboot.
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Table 3: LED States and Recommended Action (Continued)
LED
Power
Description and Action Required
Solid green means power is applied and the switch is
functioning normally. No action is required.
Off means there is no power to the switch.
Check the power plug and the state of the on/off switch in the back
of the unit. If On, turn it off, wait a few seconds, and turn it on. If
LED remains unlit, replace the switch.
Port LED:
Activity
Flashing or solid green means the port is receiving or
transmitting traffic. No action is required.
Off means there is no traffic. This state does not indicate any
problem on that port. No action is required.
Port LED:
Collision
This LED is always Off. It is not supported on the FORMULA 8200
fiber switch because collisions do not occur on full duplex FX ports.
No action is required.
Port LED:
Solid green means the cable’s link status is good.
Link
Port LED:
Diag
Off means there is no link; flashing means there is a link
problem. Verify cable and port speed supported on end device (FX
ports are 100Mbps full duplex only).
This LED is normally off. This LED is reserved for factory use.
IP Addresses
The FORMULA 8200 has a factory-assigned unique MAC address but does not
have a default IP address. If you are managing the switch from a console, an IP
address is not required. However, if you are managing the switch over the
network (via SNMP or Telnet), the switch must have a valid IP address.
Assign a unique IP address to the switch by using the BOOT/IP/CONFIG
command. See the FORMULA 8200 User’s Guide, available from
www.alliedtelesyn.com/manuals.htm, for more details.
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Troubleshooting
Cabling
The fiber media adapter for the 100Base-FX port uses only multimode 62.5/125
micron, 1300 nm fiber cable. The 100Base-FX media adapter is not supported
on single-mode fiber. All fiber port connections use dual SC connectors.
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Appendix A
Product Specifications for the FORMULA 8200
Switch
Network Protocol
Fast Ethernet
Standards Supported
IEEE 802.1d
IEEE 802.3u, 100Base-X
Data Rate
100 Mbps multimode fiber
Hardware Architecture
Processor
MIPS 4650
Flash memory
2 Mbytes
Processor DRAM
8 Mbytes
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
Weight
3.5”H x 17” W x 18”D (8.97 x 43.6 x 46.2 cm)
19 lbs (8.6 kg)
Electrical Specifications
Input line frequency
47-63 Hz
Input voltage
90-264 VAC, auto-selectable
Input current
3-6 Amps
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature
0˚ to 40˚ C (32˚ to 104˚ F)
Storage temperature
–20˚ to 60˚ C (–18˚ to 148˚ F)
Operating humidity
85% maximum relative humidity,
noncondensing
Storage humidity
95% maximum relative humidity, noncondensing
Operating altitude
0 to 10,000 ft.
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Product Specifications for the FORMULA 8200 Switch
Electromagnetic Immunity
RF susceptibility
EN61000, Level 4/3
Electric Fast Transitions
EN61000, Level 4/4
Electrostatic discharge
(ESO)
EN61000, Level 4/2
Electromagnetic Emissions
FCC Class A digital devices
En 55 022 Class A
VCCI Class 2 ITE
Safety Agency Approvals
UL/cUL Listed (UL1950)
CSA Accepted
TUV Licensed (IEC950-A2, 1993)
Meets CE Conformity Standards (CE on file)
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Appendix B
Technical Support Fax Order
Name___________________________________________________________________
Company ________________________________________________________________
Address _________________________________________________________________
City ________________________ State/Province ________________________________
Zip/Postal Code ___________________ Country ________________________________
Phone _______________________________ Fax ________________________________
Incident Summary
Model number of Allied Telesyn product I am using ______________________________
Network software products I am using _________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Brief summary of problem __________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
Conditions (list the steps that led up to the problem) _____________________________
_______________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________ _______________________________
Detailed description (use separate sheet, if necessary)
_______________________________________________________________________
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When completed, fax this sheet to the appropriate Allied Telesyn office. Fax numbers can
be found on page 23.
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Appendix C
FORMULA 8200 Fiber Switch Installation
Guide Feedback
Please tell us what additional information you would like to see discussed in the
guide. If there are topics you would like information on that were not covered
in the guide, please photocopy this page, answer the questions and fax or mail
this form back to Allied Telesyn International Corp. The mailing address and
fax number are at the bottom of the page. Your comments are valuable when
we plan future revisions of the guide.
I found the following the most valuable __________________________________
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I would like the following more developed ________________________________
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I would find the guide more useful if ____________________________________
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Please fax or mail your feedback. Fax to 1-425-481-3790. Or mail to:
Allied Telesyn Technical Communications Department
19015 North Creek Parkway
Bothell, WA 98011 USA
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Appendix D
Where To Find Us
For Technical Support or Service
Location
Phone
Fax
Americas
United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America,
South America
1 (800) 428-4835
1 (425) 481-3790
Asia
Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia,
Indonesia, Korea, Philippines, China, India
(+65) 3815-613
(+65) 3833-830
Australia
Australia, New Zealand
(612) 416-0619
(612) 416-9764
France
France, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands,
Middle East, Africa
(+33) 1-60-92-15-32
(+33) 1-69-28-37-49
Germany
Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Eastern Europe
(+49) 30-435-900-126
(+49) 30-435-70-650
Hong Kong
(+852) 2-529-4111
(+852) 2 529-7661
Italy
Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey, Israel
(+39) 2-416047
(+39) 2-419282
Japan
(+81) 3-3443-5640
(+81) 3-3443-2443
United Kingdom
United Kingdom, Denmark, Norway, Sweden,
Finland, Iceland
(+44) 1-235-442560
(+44) 1-235-442490
Technical Bulletin Board Service
1 (425) 483-7979
Technical Support E-mail Address
TS1@alliedtelesyn.com
CompuServe
Go ALLIED
World Wide Web
http://www.alliedtelesyn.com
FTP Server
Address: ftp.alliedtelesyn.com [lowercase letters]
Login: anonymous [lowercase letters]
Password: your e-mail address [requested by the server at login]
For Information Regarding Allied Telesyn International
Allied Telesyn International
19015 North Creek Parkway
Bothell, WA 98011
Tel: 1 (425) 487-8880
Fax: 1 (425) 489-9191
Allied Telesyn International
950 Kifer Road
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Tel: 1 (800) 424-4284 (USA and Canada)
Fax: 1 (408) 736-0100
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Where To Find Us
For Sales Information
Australia
United States
Lindfield, NSW
Tel: (612) 416-0619, Fax: (612) 416-9764
Scottsdale, AZ
Tel: (602) 423-7087 Fax: (602) 423-7088
Los Angeles, CA
Tel: (310) 412-8684, Fax: (310) 412-8685
Mission Viejo, CA
Tel: (714) 699-0628, Fax: (714) 699-0276
San Diego, CA
Tel: (619) 279-3899, Fax: (619) 279-3897
Santa Ana, CA
Tel: (714) 838-0434, Fax: (714) 838-9721
Clearwater, FL
Tel: (813) 726-0022, Fax: (813) 726-0234
Norcross, GA
Tel: (770) 448-7214, Fax: (770) 448-2600
Reading, MA
Tel & Fax: (617) 944-3492
Eden Prairie, MN
Tel: (612) 829-7506, Fax: (612) 903-5284
St. Louis, MO
Tel: (314) 894-6160, Fax: (314) 894-3773
Dover, NH
Tel: (603) 743-3010, Fax: (603) 743-6327
Plaistow, NH
Tel: (603) 382-0815, Fax: (603) 382-0818
Portsmouth, NH
Tel: (603) 431-6461, Fax: (603) 431-1649
Morrisville, NC
Tel: (919) 468-0831, Fax: (919) 468-0829
Lake Oswego, OR
Tel: (503) 699-3130, Fax: (503) 636-6575
Austin, TX
Tel: (512) 261-6378, Fax: (512) 261-6379
Dallas, TX
Tel: (214) 365-9471, Fax: (214) 365-9472
San Antonio, TX
Tel: (210) 646-8744
Vienna, VA
Tel: (703) 506-0196, Fax: (703) 506-1986
Canada
Rexdale, Ontario
Tel: (416) 675-6738, Fax: (416) 675-0057
Richmond, British Columbia
Tel: (604) 244-0678, Fax: (604) 270-3644
England
Abingdon, Oxon
Tel: (+44) 1235-442500, Fax: (+44) 1235-442590
France
Les Ulis
Tel: (+33) 1-60921525, Fax: (+33) 169-28-37-49
Germany
Berlin
Tel: (+49) 30-435-90-00, Fax: (+49) 30-435-706-50
Freising
Tel: (+49) 8161-9906-0, Fax: (+49) 8161-9906-22
Hong Kong
Mongkok
Tel: (+852) 2-529-4111, Fax: (+852) 2-529-7661
Italy
Milano
Tel: (+39) 2-416047, Fax: (+39) 2-419282
Japan
Machida-shi, Tokyo
Tel: (+81) 427-21-8141, Fax: (+81) 427-21-8848
Yodogawa-ku, Osaka
Tel: (+81) 6-391-6310, Fax: (+81) 6-391-6325
Singapore
Tel: (+65) 383-3832, Fax: (+65) 383-3830
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