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Alcatel 6600 User guide
Part No. 060181-10, Rev. G
September 2006
OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Hardware Users Guide
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This user guide documents OmniSwitch 6600 Family hardware, including
chassis and associated components.
The specifications described in this guide are subject to change without notice.
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•U.S. Patent No. 6,339,830
•U.S. Patent No. 6,070,243
•U.S. Patent No. 6,061,368
•U.S. Patent No. 5,394,402
•U.S. Patent No. 6,047,024
•U.S. Patent No. 6,314,106
•U.S. Patent No. 6,542,507
•U.S. Patent No. 6,874,090
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About This Guide .......................................................................................................... ix
Supported Platforms .......................................................................................................... ix
Who Should Read this Manual? ........................................................................................ xi
When Should I Read this Manual? .................................................................................... xi
What is in this Manual? ..................................................................................................... xi
What is Not in this Manual? .............................................................................................. xi
How is the Information Organized? ................................................................................. xii
Documentation Roadmap ................................................................................................. xii
Related Documentation ................................................................................................... xiv
User Manual CD .............................................................................................................. xv
Technical Support ............................................................................................................ xv
Chapter 1
OmniSwitch 6600 Family .......................................................................................... 1-1
Stand-Alone and Stacked Configurations .......................................................................1-2
Stand-Alone ..............................................................................................................1-2
Stacked Configurations ............................................................................................1-2
Availability Features .......................................................................................................1-3
Smart Continuous Switching ....................................................................................1-3
Software Rollback ....................................................................................................1-4
Hot Swapping ...........................................................................................................1-4
Hardware Monitoring ...............................................................................................1-5
Application Examples .....................................................................................................1-6
Single Office Building with 1000 Users ...........................................................1- 6
Medium Campus with 1500 Users ....................................................................1- 7
Chapter 2
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components .................... 2-1
OmniSwitch 6624 ............................................................................................................2-2
OmniSwitch 6600-U24 ...................................................................................................2-4
OmniSwitch 6600-P24 ....................................................................................................2-8
OmniSwitch 6648 ..........................................................................................................2-12
OmniSwitch 6602-24 ....................................................................................................2-14
OmniSwitch 6602-48 ....................................................................................................2-16
Status LEDs ................................................................................................................... 2-18
Rear Panel .....................................................................................................................2-20
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Mounting the Switch .....................................................................................................2-21
Airflow Considerations ..........................................................................................2-21
Installation Options ................................................................................................2-22
Installing the Switch on a Tabletop or Bench .................................................2- 22
Rack-Mounting the Switch..............................................................................2- 22
Rack Mounting Stacked Configurations .........................................................2- 24
Power Cords ..................................................................................................................2-25
Grounding the Chassis ..................................................................................................2-25
Backup Power Supply ...................................................................................................2-26
Power Supply Specifications ..................................................................................2-28
Power Supply Redundancy ....................................................................................2-29
Redundant AC Circuit Recommendation........................................................2- 30
Installing a Backup Power Supply .........................................................................2-31
Removing a Backup Power Supply ........................................................................2-33
Blank Cover Panel Requirement ............................................................................2-34
Viewing Primary and Backup Power Supply Status ..............................................2-34
Viewing Power Supply Status for Stacked Configurations ...................................2-35
A Slot Number is Specified.............................................................................2- 35
No Slot Number is Specified...........................................................................2- 35
Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Modules .................................................................................2-36
OS6600-GNI-U2 ....................................................................................................2-36
OS6600-GNI-C2 ....................................................................................................2-38
Stacking Module ....................................................................................................2-39
Installing Uplink and Stacking Modules .......................................................................2-40
Removing Uplink and Stacking Modules .....................................................................2-42
Blank Cover Panel Requirement ............................................................................2-43
Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs) ..........................................................2-44
MiniGBIC Specifications .......................................................................................2-45
Installing MiniGBICs ....................................................................................................2-46
Removing MiniGBICs ..................................................................................................2-47
100 Mbps SFPs (OS6600-U24) ....................................................................................2-48
100 Mbps SFP Specifications ............................................................................2-49
Installing SFPs (OS6600-U24) .....................................................................................2-51
Removing SFPs (OS6600-U24) ....................................................................................2-52
Temperature Management ............................................................................................2-53
Viewing Chassis Temperature Status .....................................................................2-53
Viewing Temperature Status for Stacked Configurations ......................................2-54
A Slot Number is Specified.............................................................................2- 54
No Slot Number is Specified...........................................................................2- 54
Temperature Errors ................................................................................................2-55
Warning Threshold..........................................................................................2- 55
Danger Threshold ............................................................................................2- 55
Viewing Fan Status ................................................................................................2-56
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Viewing Fan Status for Stacked Configurations ....................................................2-56
A Slot Number is Specified.............................................................................2- 56
No Slot Number is Specified...........................................................................2- 57
Chassis Airflow ......................................................................................................2-58
Blank Cover Panels .........................................................................................2- 59
Pinouts ...........................................................................................................................2-60
Console Port ..................................................................................................................2-62
Serial Connection Default Settings ........................................................................2-62
Modifying the Serial Connection Settings .............................................................2-62
Configuring X-ON/X-OFF Protocol ......................................................................2-64
Viewing Basic Chassis Information ..............................................................................2-65
Hardware Information ............................................................................................2-65
Slot and Component Information ...........................................................................2-66
Detailed Slot and Component Information ............................................................2-66
Basic Primary Slot and Component Information ...................................................2-69
Basic Chassis Information ......................................................................................2-70
X-ON/X-OFF Protocol Status ................................................................................2-70
Managing MAC Addresses on the Switch ....................................................................2-71
MAC Range Guidelines .........................................................................................2-71
OmniSwitch 6600 Family MAC Range Specifications .........................................2-71
Base Chassis MAC Address as Unique Identifier ..................................................2-72
Determining Current MAC Address Allocation on the Switch .............................2-72
Base Chassis MAC Address in Stacked Configurations ........................................2-72
Chapter 3
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE) ...................................... 3-1
In This Chapter ................................................................................................................3-2
Power over Ethernet Specifications ................................................................................3-3
Viewing OS6600-BPS-P Status ......................................................................................3-4
Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters .................................................................3-5
Power over Ethernet Defaults ..................................................................................3-5
Understanding and Modifying the Default Settings .................................................3-5
Setting the PoE Operational Status....................................................................3- 5
Configuring the Total Power Allocated to a Port..............................................3- 6
Configuring the Total Power Allocated to a Switch .........................................3- 6
Setting Port Priority Levels ...............................................................................3- 7
Setting the Capacitor Detection Method ...........................................................3- 8
Understanding Priority Disconnect .................................................................................3-9
Setting Priority Disconnect Status ............................................................................3-9
Disabling Priority Disconnect ...........................................................................3- 9
Enabling Priority Disconnect ............................................................................3- 9
Priority Disconnect is Enabled; Same Priority Level on All PD Ports ...........3- 10
Priority Disconnect is Enabled; Incoming PD Port has Highest
Priority Level..................................................................................................3- 10
Priority Disconnect is Enabled; Incoming PD Port has Lowest
Priority Level..................................................................................................3- 10
Priority Disconnect is Disabled .......................................................................3- 11
Monitoring Power over Ethernet via the CLI ...............................................................3-11
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Chapter 4
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks ....................................................... 4-1
In This Chapter ................................................................................................................4-1
Specifications and Default Values ..................................................................................4-2
Stack Overview ...............................................................................................................4-3
Stacking Resiliency and Redundancy ......................................................................4-4
Slot Numbers within a Stack ....................................................................................4-4
CMM Roles in a Stack .............................................................................................4-5
CMM Role Redundancy....................................................................................4- 5
CLI Commands Supported on Both the Primary and Secondary
Role Switches ...................................................................................................4- 6
Setting Up a Stacked Configuration ................................................................................4-8
Assigning Slot Numbers ...........................................................................................4-8
Slot Numbering Example ................................................................................4- 10
Connecting Cables to Stacking Ports .....................................................................4-11
Redundant Stack Connection ..........................................................................4- 13
Booting the Stack ...................................................................................................4-14
Verifying Slot Number Assignments ..............................................................4- 14
Verifying Primary and Secondary Status for the Stack...................................4- 14
Managing Switches in a Stack ......................................................................................4-16
Reloading a Switch with a Primary or Secondary CMM Role ..............................4-16
Synchronizing Switches in a Stack ........................................................................4-17
Changing the Secondary CMM Role to Primary ...................................................4-17
Stack Behavior During Takeover ....................................................................4- 18
Resetting All Switches in a Stack ..........................................................................4-18
Monitoring Stacks .........................................................................................................4-19
Monitoring Stack Topology ...................................................................................4-19
Appendix A
Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information ..............................................A-1
Declaration of Conformity: CE Mark ............................................................................ A-1
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Statement ............................ A-1
Standards Compliance .................................................................................................... A-2
FCC Class A, Part 15 .............................................................................................. A-3
Canada Class A Statement ...................................................................................... A-3
JATE ........................................................................................................................ A-3
CISPR22 Class A warning ...................................................................................... A-3
VCCI ....................................................................................................................... A-4
Class A Warning for Taiwan and Other Chinese Markets ...................................... A-4
Translated Safety Warnings ........................................................................................... A-5
Chassis Lifting Warning................................................................................... A- 5
Blank Panels Warning ...................................................................................... A- 5
Electrical Storm Warning ................................................................................. A- 5
Installation Warning ......................................................................................... A- 6
Invisible Laser Radiation Warning................................................................... A- 6
Lithium Battery Warning ................................................................................. A- 7
Operating Voltage Warning ............................................................................. A- 7
Power Disconnection Warning......................................................................... A- 8
Proper Earthing Requirement Warning ............................................................ A- 8
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Read Important Safety Information Warning................................................... A- 9
Restricted Access Location Warning ............................................................... A- 9
Wrist Strap Warning....................................................................................... A- 10
Instrucciones de seguridad en español ......................................................................... A-11
Advertencia sobre el levantamiento del chasis............................................... A- 11
Advertencia de las tapaderas en blanco.......................................................... A- 11
Advertencia en caso de tormenta eléctrica ..................................................... A- 11
Advertencia de instalación ............................................................................. A- 11
Advertencia de radiación láser invisible......................................................... A- 11
Advertencia de la batería de litio.................................................................... A- 11
Advertencia sobre la tensión de operación..................................................... A- 11
Advertencia sobre la desconexión de la fuente .............................................. A- 11
Advertencia sobre una apropiada conexión a tierra ....................................... A- 12
Leer “información importante de seguridad” ................................................. A- 12
Advertencia de acceso restringido.................................................................. A- 12
Advertencia de pulsera antiestática ................................................................ A- 12
Clase de seguridad.......................................................................................... A- 12
Index ...................................................................................................................... Index-1
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About This Guide
This OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide describes your switch hardware components and
basic switch hardware procedures.
Supported Platforms
This information in this guide applies to the following products:
• OmniSwitch 6624
• OmniSwitch 6600-U24
• OmniSwitch 6600-P24
• OmniSwitch 6648
• OmniSwitch 6602-24
• OmniSwitch 6602-48
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches are next generation enterprise edge/workgroup switches. The
OmniSwitch 6624 and 6602-24 offer 24 copper 10/100 ports, the 6600-P24 offers 24 copper 10/100 Power
over Ethernet (PoE) ports, the 6648 and 6602-48 offer 48 copper 10/100 ports, and the 6600-U24 offers 24
fiber 100 ports.
In addition, OmniSwitch 6624/6600-U24/6648 switches have one expansion port that can be used for a
Gigabit Ethernet uplink module and another expansion port that can be used for a Gigabit Ethernet uplink
or a stacking module while the 6602-24/6602-48 switches offer fixed Gigabit Ethernet uplinks and fixed
stacking ports. The stacking ports on all OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches allow two to eight
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches to be configured as one virtual chassis known as a stack.
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Supported Platforms
About This Guide
Unsupported Platforms
The information in this guide does not apply to the following products:
• OmniSwitch (original version with no numeric model name)
• OmniSwitch 6800 Series
• OmniSwitch 7700
• OmniSwitch 7800
• OmniSwitch 8800
• Omni Switch/Router
• OmniStack
• OmniAccess
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Who Should Read this Manual?
Who Should Read this Manual?
The audience for this users guide is network administrators and IT support personnel who need to configure, maintain, and monitor switches and routers in a live network. However, anyone wishing to gain
knowledge on the OmniSwitch 6600 Family hardware will benefit from the material in this guide.
When Should I Read this Manual?
Read this guide as soon as you are ready to familiarize yourself with your switch hardware components.
You should have already stepped through the first login procedures and read the brief hardware overviews
in the OmniSwitch 6600 Family Getting Started Guide.
You should already be familiar with the very basics of the switch hardware, such as module LEDs and
module installation procedures. This manual will help you understand your switch hardware components
(chassis, cooling fans, power supplies, Gigabit uplink modules, stacking modules, backup power supplies)
in greater depth.
What is in this Manual?
This users guide includes the following hardware-related information:
• Descriptions of stand-alone and stacked configurations.
• Descriptions of “Availability” features.
• Descriptions of chassis types (OS6624, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24, OS6648, 6602-24, and OS6602-
48).
• Instructions for mounting chassis.
• Descriptions of hardware components (status LEDs, Gigabit uplink modules, stacking modules, backup
power supplies, MiniGBICs)
• Managing stand-alone chassis.
• Setting up stacks.
• Managing stacks.
• Hardware-related Command Line Interface (CLI) commands
What is Not in this Manual?
The descriptive and procedural information in this manual focuses on switch hardware. It includes information on some CLI commands that pertain directly to hardware configuration, but it is not intended as a
software users guide. There are several OmniSwitch 6600 Family users guides that focus on switch software configuration. Consult those guides for detailed information and examples for configuring your
switch software to operate in a live network environment. See “Documentation Roadmap” on page -xii
and “Related Documentation” on page -xiv for further information on software configuration guides available for your switch.
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How is the Information Organized?
About This Guide
How is the Information Organized?
This users guide provides an overview of OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches in the first chapter, an overview and procedures for setting up and managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches in the second chapter, and an overview and procedures for setting up and managing stacks in the third chapter.
Documentation Roadmap
The OmniSwitch user documentation suite was designed to supply you with information at several critical
junctures of the configuration process.The following section outlines a roadmap of the manuals that will
help you at each stage of the configuration process. Under each stage, we point you to the manual or
manuals that will be most helpful to you.
Stage 1: Using the Switch for the First Time
Pertinent Documentation: OmniSwitch 6600 Family Getting Started Guide
Release Notes
A hard-copy OmniSwitch 6600 Family Getting Started Guide is included with your switch; this guide
provides all the information you need to get your switch up and running the first time. This guide provides
information on unpacking the switch, rack mounting the switch, installing uplink and stacking modules,
unlocking access control, setting the switch’s IP address, setting up a password, and setting up stacks. It
also includes succinct overview information on fundamental aspects of the switch, such as hardware
LEDs, the software directory structure, stacking, CLI conventions, and web-based management.
At this time you should also familiarize yourself with the Release Notes that accompanied your switch.
This document includes important information on feature limitations that are not included in other user
guides.
Stage 2: Gaining Familiarity with Basic Switch Functions
Pertinent Documentation: OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Switch Management Guide
Once you have your switch up and running, you will want to begin investigating basic aspects of its hard
ware and software. Information about switch hardware is provided in the OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide. This guide provide specifications, illustrations, and descriptions of all hardware
components–chassis, power supplies, uplink and stacking modules, and cooling fans. It also includes steps
for common procedures, such as removing and installing switch modules.
The OmniSwitch 6600 Family Switch Management Guide is the primary user guide for the basic software
features on a single switch. This guide contains information on the switch directory structure, basic file
and directory utilities, switch access security, SNMP, and web-based management. It is recommended that
you read this guide before connecting your switch to the network.
Note. The OmniSwitch 6600 Family Switch Management Guide was originally known as the “OmniSwitch
6624/6648 Switch Management Guide.”
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Stage 3: Integrating the Switch Into a Network
Pertinent Documentation: OmniSwitch 6600 Family Network Configuration Guide
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Advanced Routing Configuration Guide
When you are ready to connect your switch to the network, you will need to learn how the OmniSwitch
implements fundamental software features, such as 802.1Q, VLANs, and Spanning Tree. The OmniSwitch
6600 Family Network Configuration Guide contains overview information, procedures and examples on
how standard networking technologies are configured in the OmniSwitch 6600 Family.
Note. The OmniSwitch 6600 Family Network Configuration Guide was originally known as the
“OmniSwitch 6624/6648 Network Configuration Guide.”
The OmniSwitch 6600 Family Advanced Routing Configuration Guide includes configuration information
for networks using Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).
Note. The OmniSwitch 6600 Family Advanced Routing Configuration Guide was originally known as the
“OmniSwitch 66/24/6648 Advanced Routing Configuration Guide”
Anytime
The OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide contains comprehensive information on all CLI commands
supported by the switch. This guide includes syntax, default, usage, example, related CLI command, and
CLI-to-MIB variable mapping information for all CLI commands supported by the switch. This guide can
be consulted anytime during the configuration process to find detailed and specific information on each
CLI command.
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Related Documentation
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Related Documentation
The following are the titles and descriptions of all the OmniSwitch 6600 Family user manuals:
• OmniSwitch 6600 Family Getting Started Guide
Describes the hardware and software procedures for getting an OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch up and
running. Also provides information on fundamental aspects of OmniSwitch software and stacking
architecture.
• OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
Complete technical specifications and procedures for all OmniSwitch 6600 Family chassis, power
supplies, fans, and uplink and stacking modules.
• OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide
Complete reference to all CLI commands supported on the OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24,
6648, 6602-24, 6602-48, 7700, 7800, and 8800. Includes syntax definitions, default values, examples,
usage guidelines and CLI-to-MIB variable mappings.
• OmniSwitch 6600 Family Switch Management Guide
Includes procedures for readying an individual switch for integration into a network. Topics include the
software directory architecture, image rollback protections, authenticated switch access, managing
switch files, system configuration, using SNMP, and using web management software (WebView).
• OmniSwitch 6600 Family Network Configuration Guide
Includes network configuration procedures and descriptive information on all the major software
features and protocols included in the base software package. Chapters cover Layer 2 information
(Ethernet and VLAN configuration), Layer 3 information, security options (authenticated VLANs),
Quality of Service (QoS), and link aggregation.
• OmniSwitch 6600 Family Advanced Routing Configuration Guide
Includes network configuration procedures and descriptive information on all the software features and
protocols included in the advanced routing software package. Chapters cover the Open Shortest Path
First (OSPF) Protocol.
• Technical Tips, Field Notices
Includes information published by Alcatel’s Customer Support group.
• Release Notes
Includes critical Open Problem Reports, feature exceptions, and other important information on the
features supported in the current release and any limitations to their support.
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User Manual CD
User Manual CD
All user guides for the OmniSwitch 6600 Family are included on the User Manual CD that accompanied
your switch. This CD also includes user guides for other Alcatel data enterprise products. In addition, it
contains a stand-alone version of the on-line help system that is embedded in the OmniVista network
management application.
Besides the OmniVista documentation, all documentation on the User Manual CD is in PDF format and
requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader program for viewing. Acrobat Reader freeware is available at
www.adobe.com.
Note. In order to take advantage of the documentation CD’s global search feature, it is recommended that
you select the option for searching PDF files before downloading Acrobat Reader freeware.
To verify that you are using Acrobat Reader with the global search option, look for the following button in
the toolbar:
Note. When printing pages from the documentation PDFs, de-select Fit to Page if it is selected in your
print dialog. Otherwise pages may print with slightly smaller margins.
Technical Support
An Alcatel service agreement brings your company the assurance of 7x24 no-excuses technical support.
You’ll also receive regular software updates to maintain and maximize your Alcatel product’s features and
functionality and on-site hardware replacement through our global network of highly qualified service
delivery partners. Additionally, with 24-hour-a-day access to Alcatel’s Service and Support web page,
you’ll be able to view and update any case (open or closed) that you have reported to Alcatel’s technical
support, open a new case or access helpful release notes, technical bulletins, and manuals. For more information on Alcatel’s Service Programs, see our web page at www.ind.alcatel.com, call us at 1-800-9952696, or email us at support@ind.alcatel.com.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family
The OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches consist of the OmniSwitch 6624 (OS6624), OmniSwitch 6600U24 (OS6600-U24), OmniSwitch 6600-P24 (OS6600-P24), OmniSwitch 6648 (OS6648), OmniSwitch
6602-24 (OS6602-24), and the OmniSwitch 6602-48 (OS6602-48). The OmniSwitch 6600 Family
switches are next generation enterprise edge/workgroup switches. These switches are based on the same
software architecture as OmniSwitch 7000 and 8000 Family switches (i.e., OS7700, OS7800, and
OS8800) and are designed to meet the most stringent network requirements for mission-critical networks.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches are optimized for voice and data integration and provide non-blocking
multi-Gigabit Ethernet capacity. Additional features include Carrier-class intelligence, best of breed QoS,
Carrier-class resiliency, network management, and advanced policy-based VLANs and security.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches also support wirespeed Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, industry-based
standards, and a full array of reliability, redundancy and resiliency capabilities.
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Stand-Alone and Stacked Configurations
OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Stand-Alone and Stacked Configurations
Stand-Alone
A stand-alone OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch is ideal for small and medium-sized network edge applications, offering 24 10/100 copper ports, 24 100 fiber ports, or 48 10/100 copper Power over Ethernet (PoE)
ports. These switches provide support for enterprise-based devices, such as computer workstations or IP
telephones.
A single OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch also supports two Gigabit Ethernet uplinks for high-bandwidth
connections to a backbone or server.
Stacked Configurations
In addition to working as individual, stand-alone switches, OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can also be
linked together to form a single, high-density virtual chassis known as a stack.
Stacking switches provides scalability by allowing users to quickly and easily expand 10/100 port density.
Twenty-four 10/100 ports are added for each OS6624 or OS6602-24 brought into the stack; twenty-four
10/100 Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports are added for each OS6600-P24 brought into the stack; twentyfour 100 ports are added for each OS6600-U24 brought into the stack; forty-eight 10/100 ports are added
for each OS6648 or OS6602-48.
Up to eight switches can be stacked. OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can be mixed and matched in any
combination within the stack. This provides a virtual chassis with a 10/100 or 100 capacity of up to 384
ports.
As with the stand-alone configuration, a stacked virtual chassis configuration provides Gigabit Ethernet
uplinks to a backbone or server.
Note. For detailed information on stacking OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches into a virtual chassis, refer
to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
Note on Terminology. In the user manuals provided with your switch, the terms switch, slot and NI
(Network Interface) refer to individual OmniSwitch 6600 Family units in standalone mode or within a
stacked configuration. The term CMM (Chassis Management Module) refers to stacked OmniSwitch 6600
Family units operating in primary or secondary CMM roles. (An OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch operating in an idle CMM role would normally be referred to as a switch, slot, or, NI.)
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Availability Features
Availability Features
The switch provides a broad variety of Availability features. Availability features are hardware- and
software-based safeguards that help prevent the loss of data flow in the unlikely event of a subsystem failure. In addition, some Availability features allow you to maintain or replace hardware components without powering off your switch or interrupting switch operations. Combined, these features provide added
resiliency and help ensure that your switch is consistently available for your day-to-day network operations.
Hardware-related Availability features include:
• Smart Continuous Switching
• Software Rollback
• Hot Swapping
• Hardware Monitoring
Smart Continuous Switching
In stacked configurations, one OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch is designated as the primary “management module” for the stack. Because the stack can be thought of as a virtual chassis, the role of this
primary management switch is to monitor and manage the functions of the stack.
Similar to chassis-based switches such as the OmniSwitch 7700 and Omniswitch 7800, the stack also
allows users to assign an additional switch as a secondary management module. As with the OS7700 and
OS7800, the stack’s secondary switch immediately takes over management functions in the event of a
primary switch failure.
All other switches in the stack are considered idle, and act very much like Ethernet Network Interface
(ENI) modules in OS7700 and OS7800 switches, in that they provide Ethernet ports for 10/100 traffic.
The stack provides support for all idle switches during primary-to-secondary failover. In other words, if
the stack’s primary switch fails or goes offline for any reason, all idle switches will continue data transmission during the secondary switch’s takeover process. This Availability feature is referred to as Smart
Continuous Switching.
Incoming Layer 2 packets will continue to be sent to the appropriate egress port during failover. Spanning
Tree will continue handling BPDUs received on the switch ports, as well as port link up and down states.
The Spanning Tree topology will not be disrupted.
Note. Smart Continuous Switching is designed to maintain data flow only during primary/secondary
switch failover and is not intended to support long-term data flow. If both the primary and secondary
switches in the stack go offline, switch operations (including all 10/100 support) will be disabled.
For more information on primary, secondary, and idle switches, as well as the failover process, refer to
Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
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Availability Features
OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Software Rollback
Software rollback (also referred to as image rollback) essentially allows the OmniSwitch 6600 Family
switches (in both standalone and stacked configurations) to return to a prior “last known good” version of
software in the event of a system software problem. The switch controls software rollback through its
resilient directory structure design (i.e., /flash/working and /flash/certified).
For detailed information on the software rollback feature, as well as the switch’s /flash/working and
/flash/certified directories, refer to the “Managing CMM Directory Content” chapter in the OmniSwitch
6600 Family Switch Management Guide.
Hot Swapping
Hot swapping refers to the action of adding, removing, or replacing back up power supplies, as well as
uplink modules and MiniGBICs, without powering off your switch and disrupting other components in the
switch or stack. This feature greatly facilitates hardware upgrades and maintenance and also allows you to
easily replace components in the unlikely event of hardware failure. The following hardware components
can be hot swapped:
• OS6600-BPS Back Up Power Supply
• OS6600-GNI-C2 Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Submodule
• OS6600-GNI-U2 Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Submodule
• MiniGBICs installed in the OS6600-GNI-U2 Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Submodule on OS6624, OS660-
U24, OS6600-P24, and OS6648 switches or the built-in MiniGBIC slots on OS6602-24 and OS660248 switches; MiniGBICs include:
- MiniGBIC-SX
- MiniGBIC-LX
- MiniGBIC-LH-70
• 100 Mbps SFPs installed in the OS6600-U24; SFPs include:
- SFP-100-LC-MM
- SFP-100-LC-SM15
- SFP-100-LC-SM40
- SFP-100-MTRJ-MM
Note. Stacking modules cannot be hot swapped at any time. For information on stacking modules, refer to
Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components.”
For instructions on hot swapping back up power supplies, uplink modules, and MiniGBICs, refer to
Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components.”
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Availability Features
Hardware Monitoring
Automatic Monitoring
Automatic monitoring refers to the switch’s built-in sensors that automatically monitor operations. If an
error is detected (e.g., over-threshold temperature), the switch immediately sends a trap to the user. The
trap is displayed on the console in the form of a text error message. (In the case of an over-threshold
temperature condition, the chassis displays an amber TEMP LED in addition to sending a trap.)
LEDs
LEDs, which provide visual status information, are provided on the chassis front panel. LEDs are used to
indicate conditions such as hardware and software status, temperature errors, link integrity, data flow, etc.
For detailed LED descriptions, refer to Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware
Components.”
User-Driven Monitoring
User-driven hardware monitoring refers to CLI commands that are entered by the user in order to access
the current status of hardware components. The user enters “show” commands that output information to
the console. Monitoring information for chassis components such as the optional back up power supply,
chassis temperature sensor, and chassis fans is provided in Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis
and Hardware Components.” Show commands for all features are described in detail in the OmniSwitch
CLI Reference Guide.
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Application Examples
OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Application Examples
The following application examples show two of the many ways OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can
be used in an enterprise network setting.
Single Office Building with 1000 Users
The following diagram shows converged voice and data applications, with 1000 users, in a single building
enterprise environment. Edge devices consist of a mixture of PCs and IP telephones. In this example, a
single OmniPCX 4400 in the core supports IP voice initiations and terminations. An OmniSwitch 7800
switch provides a port density of 1000 10/100 ports. The stackable OmniSwitch 6600 Family configurations provide redundant and dual connectivity from the edge to the redundant backbone/core, in which the
OmniSwitch 7800 core switches are used.
IP Phones
OmniSwitch 7800
IP Phones
Gigabit
Gigabit
IP Phones
Edge
Gigabit
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
Gigabit
Backbone
Data Center
OmniSwitch 7800
OmniSwitch 7800
Gigabit
Server Farm
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Server
OmniPCX
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Application Examples
Medium Campus with 1500 Users
This example illustrates converged voice and data applications with 1500 users spread across two buildings in an enterprise campus. Edge devices consist of a mixture of PCs and IP telephones. And, like the
previous example, a single OmniPCX 4400 in the core supports IP voice initiations and terminations.
In building number one, an OmniSwitch 7800 switch provides a port density of 1000 10/100 ports, and the
stackable OmniSwitch 6600 Family configurations provide redundant and dual connectivity from the edge
to the redundant backbone/core. In building number two, the stackable OmniSwitch 6600 Family configurations provide 500 ports for connectivity from the edge to the backbone/core.
IP Phones
10/100
10/100
10/100
OmniSwitch 7800
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
IP Phones
IP Phones
10/100
10/100
10/100
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
Edge
Edge
Gigabit
OmniSwitch 7800
Gigabit
OmniSwitch 7800
OmniSwitch 7800
Server Farm
OmniPCX
Server Farm
Gigabit
Backbone
Data Center
Building Number One
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Data Center
Building Number Two
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Application Examples
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family
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2
OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Chassis and Hardware
Components
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches are available in six stackable chassis configurations—the 24-port
OmniSwitch 6624 (OS6624), OmniSwitch 6600-U24 (OS6600-U24), OmniSwitch 6600-P24 (OS6600P24), and OmniSwitch 6602-24 (OS6602-24) and the 48-port OmniSwitch 6648 (OS6648) and
OmniSwitch 6602-48 (OS6602-48). This chapter includes detailed information on each of these chassis
types. Topics include:
• OmniSwitch 6600 Family chassis descriptions
• Technical specifications
• Switch mounting
• Backup power supply
• Gigabit Ethernet uplink and stacking modules
• MiniGBICs
• 100 Mbps SFPs
• Temperature management
• Pinouts and console port specifications
• Monitoring switch status
• Base chassis MAC address
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6624
OmniSwitch 6624
The OS6624 is a stackable edge/workgroup switch offering 24 10/100 Ethernet ports. The OS6624 can
also be equipped with upto four Gigabit Ethernet ports for connections to a high speed backbone or server.
The front panel of the OS6624 chassis contains the following major components:
• Console (DB-9) port
• Stack indicator LED
• 24 10/100 Ethernet ports
• One slot for OS6600-GNI-U2 (fiber) or OS6600-GNI-C2 (copper) Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
• One slot for Gigabit Ethernet uplink module as described above or stacking module
Note. The OmniSwitch 6624 is also known as the OmniSwitch 6602-24.
Refer to the illustration below for more front panel information. For detailed LED descriptions, refer to
page 2-18. For information on the chassis rear panel, refer to page 2-20.
Console Port
The OS6624 front panel provides one RS232
port for console connections. Serial console
connections are used by network administrators
for switch management. This female DB-9 connector provides a DCE console connection.
Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Module Slot
The OS6624 provides a dedicated slot for Gigabit Ethernet uplink
modules. This slot supports the following module types:
• OS6600-GNI-C2—Provides two fixed 1000BaseT copper
connections (uses two RJ-45 connectors). Supports distances
up to 100 meters.
• OS6600-GNI-U2—Provides two MiniGBIC bays that
support hot-swappable 1000BASE-X MiniGBIC transceivers.
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For information on the OS6624’s
status and slot indicator LEDs,
refer to page 2-18.
Slot Selector Button
The slot selector button, located
directly beneath the slot indicator
LED, is used to manually assign
slot numbers to switches in stacked
configurations. Refer to Chapter 4,
“Managing OmniSwitch 6600
Family Stacks,” for detailed information.
10/100 Ethernet Ports
The OS6624 provides 24 10/100
Ethernet ports. These ports are
twisted-pair and are individually
configurable as 10BaseT or
100BaseTX. The ports use RJ-45
connectors.
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Stacking or Uplink Module Slot
The OS6624 provides an additional slot that
can accommodate either a stacking module or
a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module.
If you use a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
in this slot, the OS6624 must be used as a
stand-alone switch.
A stacking module must be installed in this
slot if the switch is to be used in a stack. For
detailed information on stacking switches,
refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch
6600 Family Stacks.”
OmniSwitch 6624 Front Panel
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6624
OS6624 Specifications
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per switch
24
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per switch
4 (for stand-alone switches); 2 (for stacked configurations)
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per stack
192 (stack of eight switches)
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per stack
16 (stack of eight switches)
Fabric capacity
7.0 Gbps full duplex; 14 Gbps aggregate
Current draw
Approximately 2.3 Amps
Power
Approximately 55 Watts
Total available power supplies
2 (one factory-installed power supply and one optional backup power
supply)
Flash memory size
64 MB
RAM memory size
128 MB
Overall Width (rack-mount
flanges included)
19.125 inches
Chassis Width (rack-mount
flanges not included)
17.2 inches
Height
2.65 inches
Height (rack units)
1.5 RU
Chassis Depth
14 inches
Chassis Weight
Approximately 12 lbs (13.5 lbs with optional backup power supply
installed)
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3 km)
10/100 Ethernet Port Specifications
Connector type
RJ-45
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894
Data rate
10 or 100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Maximum frame size
1518 Bytes; 1522 Bytes with IEEE 802.1Q tags
Connections supported
10BaseT hub or device; 100BaseTX hub or device
Cable supported
10BaseT: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP)
100BaseTX: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Category 5, EIA/TIA 568
or shielded twisted-pair (STP), Category 5, 100 ohm
Maximum cable distance
100 meters
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-U24
OmniSwitch 6600-U24
The OS6600-U24 is a stackable edge/workgroup switch offering 24 fiber 100 Mbps Ethernet SFP ports.
The OS6600-U24 can also be equipped with up to four Gigabit Ethernet ports for connections to a high
speed backbone or server.
The front panel of the OS6600-U24 chassis contains the following major components:
• Console (RJ-45) port
• Stack indicator LED
• 24 fiber 100 Ethernet SFP ports
• One slot for OS6600-GNI-U2 (fiber) or OS6600-GNI-C2 (copper) Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
• One slot for Gigabit Ethernet uplink module as described above or stacking module
The following SFP transceivers are available for the OS6600-U24:
• SFP-100-LC-MM—100Base FX multimode 62.5/125 and 50/125 micron fiber, supports distances up
to 2 km; uses LC connectors.
• SFP-100-LC-SM15—100Base FX single mode 9/125 micron fiber, supports distances up to 15 km;
uses LC connectors.
• SFP-100-LC-SM40—100Base FX single mode 9/125 micron fiber, supports distances up to 40 km;
uses LC connectors.
• SFP-100-MTRJ-MM—100Base FX multimode 62.5/125 and 50/125 micron fiber, supports distances
up to 2 km; uses MTRJ connectors.
Note. See “Installing SFPs (OS6600-U24)” on page 2-51 for information on installing SFP transceivers.
Refer to the illustration on the following page for more front panel information. For detailed LED descriptions, refer to page 2-18. For information on the chassis rear panel, refer to page 2-20.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-U24
Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Module Slot
The OS6600-U24 provides a dedicated slot for Gigabit Ethernet
uplink modules. This slot supports the following module types:
Console Port
The OS6600-U24 front panel provides one RJ-45
port for console connections. Serial console connections are used by network administrators for
switch management. This female RJ-45connector
provides a DCE console connection.
• OS6600-GNI-C2—Provides two fixed 1000BaseT copper
connections (uses two RJ-45 connectors). Supports distances
up to 100 meters.
• OS6600-GNI-U2—Provides two MiniGBIC bays that
support hot-swappable 1000BASE-X MiniGBIC transceivers.
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For information on the OS6600-U24’s
status and slot indicator LEDs, refer to
page 2-18.
Slot Selector Button
The slot selector button, located
directly beneath the slot indicator
LED, is used to manually assign
slot numbers to switches in stacked
configurations. Refer to Chapter 4,
“Managing OmniSwitch 6600
Family Stacks,” for detailed information.
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The OS6600-U24 provides 24
fiber 100 Ethernet SFP ports.
These ports can use the SFP-100LC-MM, SFP-100-LC-SM, and
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM transceivers
in any combination.
Stacking or Uplink Module Slot
The OS6600-U24 provides an additional slot
that can accommodate either a stacking module or a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module.
If you use a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
in this slot, the OS66600-U24 must be used
as a stand-alone switch.
A stacking module must be installed in this
slot if the switch is to be used in a stack. For
detailed information on stacking switches,
refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch
6600 Family Stacks.”
OmniSwitch 6600-U24 Front Panel
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-U24
OS6600-U24 Specifications
Total number of 100 Mbps SFP
ports per switch
24
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per switch
4 (for stand-alone switches); 2 (for stacked configurations)
Total number of 100 Mbps SFP
ports per stack
192 (stack of eight switches)
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per stack
16 (stack of eight switches)
Fabric capacity
7.0 Gbps full duplex; 14 Gbps aggregate
Power
The OS6600-U24 power supply provides 100 W
Total available power supplies
2 (one factory-installed power supply and one optional backup power
supply)
Flash memory size
64 MB
RAM memory size
128 MB
Overall Width (rack-mount
flanges included)
19.125 inches
Chassis Width (rack-mount
flanges not included)
17.2 inches
Height
2.65 inches
Height (rack units)
1.5 RU
Chassis Depth
14 inches
Chassis Weight
Approximately 11.56 lbs not including uplink/stacking modules or
SFPs (13.06 lbs with optional backup power supply installed)
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3 km)
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-U24
100 Mbps Ethernet SFP Port Specifications
Connector type
SFP
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894 (see data sheet for more information)
Data rate
100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Maximum frame size
1518 Bytes; 1522 Bytes with IEEE 802.1Q tags
Connections supported
100BaseFX
Cable supported
SFP-100-LC-MM: 62.5/125 and 50/125 micron multimode fiber
SFP-100-LC-SM: 9/125 micron single mode
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM: 62.5/125 and 50/125 micron multimode fiber
Optical output power
SFP-100-LC-MM: -19 to -14 dBm (62.5/125 micron);
-22.5 to -14 dBm (50/125 micron)
SFP-100-LC-SM15: -15 to -8 dBm
SFP-100-LC-SM40: -5 to 0 dBm
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM: -20 to -14 dBm
Input optical power
(Receiver sensitivity)
SFP-100-LC-MM: -31 to -14 dBm
SFP-100-LC-SM15: -31 to 0dBm
SFP-100-LC-SM40: -34 to 0 dBm
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM: -31 to -14 dBm
Maximum cable distance
SFP-100-LC-MM: 2 km
SFP-100-LC-SM15: 15 km
SFP-100-LC-SM40: 40 km
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM: 2 km
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
The OS6600-P24 is a stackable edge/workgroup switch offering 24 Power over Ethernet (PoE) 10/100
Ethernet ports. The OS6600-P24 can also be equipped with up to four Gigabit Ethernet ports for connections to a high speed backbone or server.
The front panel of the OS6600-P24 chassis contains the following major components:
• Console (RJ-45) port
• Stack indicator LED
• 24 10/100 PoE ports
• One slot for OS6600-GNI-U2 (fiber) or OS6600-GNI-C2 (copper) Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
• One slot for Gigabit Ethernet uplink module as described above or stacking module
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
Refer to the illustration below for more front panel information. For detailed LED descriptions, refer to
page 2-18. For information on the chassis rear panel, refer to page 2-20.
Console Port
The OS6600-P24 front panel provides one RJ45 port for console connections. Serial console
connections are used by network administrators
for switch management. This female RJ-45 connector provides a DCE console connection.
Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Module Slot
The OS6600-P24 provides a dedicated slot for Gigabit Ethernet
uplink modules. This slot supports the following module types:
• OS6600-GNI-C2—Provides two fixed 1000BaseT copper
connections (uses two RJ-45 connectors). Supports distances
up to 100 meters.
• OS6600-GNI-U2—Provides two MiniGBIC bays that
support hot-swappable 1000BASE-X MiniGBIC transceivers.
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For information on the OS6600-P24’s
status and slot indicator LEDs, refer
to page 2-18.
Slot Selector Button
The slot selector button, located
directly beneath the slot indicator
LED, is used to manually assign
slot numbers to switches in stacked
configurations.
10/100 Ethernet Ports
The OS6600-P24 provides 24
Power over Ethernet (PoE) 10/100
Ethernet ports. These ports are
twisted-pair and are individually
configurable as 10BaseT or
100BaseTX. The ports use RJ-45
connectors. For information more
information, refer to page 2-18.
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The OS6600-P24 provides an additional slot
that can accommodate either a stacking module or a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module.
If you use a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
in this slot, the OS6600-P24 must be used as
a stand-alone switch.
A stacking module must be installed in this
slot if the switch is to be used in a stack. For
detailed information on stacking switches,
refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch
6600 Family Stacks.”
OmniSwitch 6600-P24 Front Panel
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
OS6600-P24 Specifications
Total number of PoE 10/100
Mbps ports per switch
24
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per switch
4 (for stand-alone switches); 2 (for stacked configurations)
Total number of PoE 10/100
Mbps ports per stack
192 (stack of eight switches)
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per stack
16 (stack of eight switches)
Fabric capacity
7.0 Gbps full duplex; 14 Gbps aggregate
Current draw
Switch functions (24 Volts max.): 2.3 Amps
PoE (49 Volts max.): 4.3 Amps
Power
Switch functions (24 Volts max.): 55 Watts (100 Watts available)
PoE (49 Volts max.): 210 Watts
Total available power supplies
(OS6600-P24)
2: Two built-in factory-installed power supplies (one powering switch
functions and the other powering PoE)
Total available power supplies
(OS6600-BPS-P)
2: Two built-in factory-installed power supplies (one powering switch
functions and the other powering PoE)
Flash memory size
64 MB
RAM memory size
128 MB
Overall Width (rack-mount
flanges included)
19.025 inches
Chassis Width (rack-mount
flanges not included)
17.1 inches
Height
2.65 inches
Height (rack units)
1.5 RU
Chassis Depth
14.5 inches (without an OS6600-BPS-P)
19.3 inches (with an OS6600-BPS-P)
Chassis Weight
Approximately 12 lbs
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3 km)
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
10/100 Power over Ethernet (PoE) Port Specifications
Connector type
RJ-45
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, 802.3af (DTE Power via MDI MIB); IAB RFCs 826, 894
Data rate
10 or 100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Maximum frame size
1518 Bytes; 1522 Bytes with IEEE 802.1Q tags
Connections supported
10BaseT or 100BaseTX IP phones, Bluetooth Access Points, Internet
cameras, and other devices requiring power over Ethernet
Cable supported
10BaseT: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP)
100BaseTX: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Category 5, EIA/TIA 568
or shielded twisted-pair (STP), Category 5, 100 ohm
Power supplied to port
15.4 watts per port
Maximum cable distance
100 meters
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6648
The OS6648 is a stackable edge/workgroup switch offering 48 10/100 Ethernet ports. The OS6648 can
also be equipped with up to four Gigabit Ethernet ports for connections to a high speed backbone or
server.
The front panel of the OS6648 chassis contains the following major components:
• Console (DB-9) port
• Stack indicator LED
• 48 10/100 Ethernet ports
• One slot for OS6600-GNI-U2 (fiber) or OS6600-GNI-C2 (copper) Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
• One slot for Gigabit Ethernet uplink module as described above or stacking module
Note. The OmniSwitch 6648 is also known as the OmniSwitch 6600-48.
Refer to the illustration below for more front panel information. For detailed LED descriptions, refer to
page 2-18. For information on the chassis rear panel, refer to page 2-20.
Console Port
The OS6648 front panel provides one RS232
port for console connections. Serial console
connections are used by network administrators
for switch management. This female DB-9 connector provides a DCE console connection.
Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Module Slot
The OS6648 provides a dedicated slot for Gigabit Ethernet uplink
modules. This slot supports the following module types:
• OS6600-GNI-C2—Provides two fixed 1000BaseT copper
connections (uses two RJ-45 connectors). Supports distances
up to 100 meters.
• OS6600-GNI-U2—Provides two MiniGBIC bays that
support hot-swappable 1000BASE-X MiniGBIC transceivers.
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For information on the OS6648’s
status and slot indicator LEDs,
refer to page 2-18.
Slot Selector Button
The slot selector button, located
directly beneath the slot indicator
LED, is used to manually assign
slot numbers to switches in stacked
configurations. Refer to Chapter 4,
“Managing OmniSwitch 6600
Family Stacks,” for detailed information.
10/100 Ethernet Ports
The OS6648 provides 48 10/100
Ethernet ports. These ports are
twisted-pair and are individually
configurable as 10BaseT or
100BaseTX. The ports use RJ-45
connectors.
LINK/ACT
Stacking or Uplink Module Slot
The OS6648 provides an additional slot that
can accommodate either a stacking module or
a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module.
If you use a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module
in this slot, the OS6648 must be used as a
stand-alone switch.
A stacking module must be installed in this
slot if the switch is to be used in a stack. For
detailed information on stacking switches,
refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch
6600 Family Stacks.”
OmniSwitch 6648 Front Panel
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September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6648
OS6648 Specifications
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per switch
48
Total number of Gigabit Ethernet ports per switch
4 (for stand-alone switches);
2 (for stacked configurations)
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per stack
384 (stack of eight switches)
Total number of Gigabit Ethernet ports per stack
16 (stack of eight switches)
Fabric capacity
10.0 Gbps full duplex; 20.0 Gbps aggregate
Current draw
Approximately 2.3 Amps
Power
Approximately 55 Watts
Total power supplies
2 (one factory-installed power supply and
one optional backup power supply)
Flash memory size
64 MB
RAM memory size
128 MB
Overall Width (rack-mount
flanges included)
19.125 inches
Chassis Width (rack-mount
flanges not included)
17.2 inches
Height
2.65 inches
Height (rack units)
1.5 RU
Chassis Depth
14 inches
Chassis Weight
Approximately 14 lbs (15.5 lbs with optional
backup power supply installed)
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3 km)
10/100 Ethernet Port Specifications
Connector type
RJ-45
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894
Data rate
10 or 100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Maximum frame size
1518 Bytes; 1522 Bytes with IEEE 802.1Q tags
Connections supported
10BaseT hub or device; 100BaseTX hub or device
Cable supported
10BaseT: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP)
100BaseTX: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Category 5, EIA/TIA 568
or shielded twisted-pair (STP), Category 5, 100 ohm
Maximum cable distance
100 meters
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6602-24
OmniSwitch 6602-24
The OS6602-24 is a stackable edge/workgroup switch offering 24 10/100 Ethernet ports. The OS6602-24
has Gigabit Ethernet ports for connections to a high speed backbone or server and two ports for stacking
switches.
The front panel of the OS6602-24 chassis contains the following major components:
• Console (RJ-45) port
• Stack indicator LED
• 24 10/100 Ethernet ports
• Two MiniGBIC Gigabit Ethernet uplink ports
• Two stacking ports
Refer to the illustration below for more front panel information. For detailed LED descriptions, refer to
page 2-18. For information on the chassis rear panel, refer to page 2-20.
10/100 Ethernet Ports
The OS6602-24 provides 24 10/100
Ethernet ports. These ports are
twisted-pair and are individually
configurable as 10BaseT or
100BaseTX. The ports use RJ-45
connectors.
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The OS6602-24 front panel provides one serial port for console
connections. Serial console connections are used by network
administrators for switch management. This female RJ-45 connector provides a DCE console
connection.
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Status and Slot Indicator LEDs
For information on the OS6602-24’s
status and slot indicator LEDs, refer
to page 2-18.
Slot Selector Button
The slot selector button, located to
the right of the slot indicator LED,
is used to manually assign slot
numbers to switches in stacked
configurations. Refer to Chapter 4,
“Managing OmniSwitch 6600
Family Stacks,” for detailed information.
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Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Ports
Stacking Ports
The OS6602-24 provides two MiniGBIC
Gigabit Ethernet slots. Refer to page 2-45 for
information on MiniGBIC types.
The OS6602-24 provides two built-in stacking
ports.
Refer
to
Chapter 4,
“Managing
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks,” for detailed
information on using these ports to stack switches
in a stack.
OmniSwitch 6602-24 Front Panel
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September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6602-24
OS6602-24 Specifications
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per switch
24
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per switch
2
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per stack
192 (stack of eight switches)
Total number of Gigabit
Ethernet ports per stack
16 (stack of eight switches)
Fabric capacity
7.0 Gbps full duplex; 14 Gbps aggregate
Current draw
Approximately 0.3 Amps @ 115VAC
Power
Approximately 34 Watts @ 25C
Total available power supplies
2 (one factory-installed power supply and one optional backup power
supply)
Flash memory size
64 MB
RAM memory size
128 MB
Overall Width (rack-mount
flanges included)
18.95 inches
Chassis Width (rack-mount
flanges not included)
17.25 inches
Height
1.75 inches
Height (rack units)
1 RU
Chassis Depth
16.95 inches
Chassis Weight
Approximately 11.9 lbs
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3 km)
10/100 Ethernet Port Specifications
Connector type
RJ-45
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894
Data rate
10 or 100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Maximum frame size
1518 Bytes; 1522 Bytes with IEEE 802.1Q tags
Connections supported
10BaseT hub or device; 100BaseTX hub or device
Cable supported
10BaseT: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP)
100BaseTX: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Category 5, EIA/TIA 568
or shielded twisted-pair (STP), Category 5, 100 ohm
Maximum cable distance
100 meters
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September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6602-48
OmniSwitch 6602-48
The OS6602-48 is a stackable edge/workgroup switch offering 48 10/100 Ethernet ports. The OS6602-48
has Gigabit Ethernet ports for connections to a high speed backbone or server and two ports for stacking
switches.
The front panel of the OS6602-48 chassis contains the following major components:
• Console (RJ-45) port
• Stack indicator LED
• 48 10/100 Ethernet ports
• Two MiniGBIC Gigabit Ethernet uplink ports
• Two stacking ports
Refer to the illustration below for more front panel information. For detailed LED descriptions, refer to
page 2-18. For information on the chassis rear panel, refer to page 2-20.
10/100 Ethernet Ports
The OS6602-48 provides 48 10/100
Ethernet ports. These ports are
twisted-pair and are individually
configurable as 10BaseT or
100BaseTX. The ports use RJ-45
connectors.
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For information on the OS6602-48’s
status and slot indicator LEDs, refer
to page 2-18.
Console Port
The OS6602-48 front panel provides one serial port for console
connections. Serial console connections are used by network
administrators for switch management. This female RJ-45 connector provides a DCE console
connection.
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Slot Selector Button
The slot selector button, located to
the right of the slot indicator LED,
is used to manually assign slot
numbers to switches in stacked
configurations. Refer to Chapter 4,
“Managing OmniSwitch 6600
Family Stacks,” for detailed information.
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Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Ports
Stacking Ports
The OS6602-48 provides two MiniGBIC
Gigabit Ethernet slots. Refer to page 2-45 for
information on MiniGBIC types.
The OS6602-48 provides two built-in stacking
ports.
Refer
to
Chapter 4,
“Managing
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks,” for detailed
information on using these ports to stack switches
in a stack.
OmniSwitch 6602-48 Front Panel
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September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
OmniSwitch 6602-48
OS6602-48 Specifications
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per switch
48
Total number of Gigabit Ethernet ports per switch
2
Total number of 10/100 Mbps
ports per stack
384 (stack of eight switches)
Total number of Gigabit Ethernet ports per stack
16 (stack of eight switches)
Fabric capacity
10.0 Gbps full duplex; 20.0 Gbps aggregate
Current draw
Approximately 0.4 Amps @ 115VAC
Power
Approximately 46 Watts @ 25C
Total power supplies
2 (one factory-installed power supply and
one optional backup power supply)
Flash memory size
64 MB
RAM memory size
128 MB
Overall Width (rack-mount
flanges included)
18.95 inches
Chassis Width (rack-mount
flanges not included)
17.25 inches
Height
1.75 inches
Height (rack units)
1 RU
Chassis Depth
16.95 inches
Chassis Weight
Approximately 12.0 lbs
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
Sea level to 10,000 feet (3 km)
10/100 Ethernet Port Specifications
Connector type
RJ-45
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894
Data rate
10 or 100 Mbps (full or half duplex)
Maximum frame size
1518 Bytes; 1522 Bytes with IEEE 802.1Q tags
Connections supported
10BaseT hub or device; 100BaseTX hub or device
Cable supported
10BaseT: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP)
100BaseTX: unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Category 5, EIA/TIA 568
or shielded twisted-pair (STP), Category 5, 100 ohm
Maximum cable distance
100 meters
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Status LEDs
Status LEDs
LEDs provide visual status information. These “status lights” are used to indicate conditions such as
hardware and software status, primary and backup power supply status, primary and secondary status
(stacked configurations), temperature and fan errors, slot number information, link integrity, and data
flow. Refer to the diagram below for detailed information on OmniSwitch 6600 Family LED states.
Ethernet Port LEDs
Each Ethernet port has a built-in corresponding status LED
on the lefthand side (OS6624, OS6648, OS6600-P24),
below the port OS6600-U24), or above the port (OS660224 and OS6602-48). This LED indicates the link and activity status for each Ethernet port. The LED displays green
when a valid Ethernet cable connection exists. Flashes
green as data is transmitted or received on the port.
The OS6600-P24 only has a right-hand PoE LED. This
LED displays solid green when power is properly supplied
to the port. Flashes green when there is an overload or short.
And this LED is off if there is a power failure.
Slot Indicator LED
The slot indicator LED is manually configurable
and displays the switch’s current slot number in a
stacked configuration (i.e., 1 – 8). For detailed
information on manually setting the switch’s slot
number, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
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Hardware and Software
Status LEDs
OK1. Hardware Status. Displays solid green when powered on and the switch has
passed hardware diagnostic
tests. Displays solid amber
when powered on and the
switch has failed hardware
diagnostic tests.
OK2. Software Status. Blinks
green when the switch’s system management software is
operational. Displays solid
amber when a system software failure occurs. Blinks
amber when the software is in
a transitional state (e.g., when
software is being downloaded
to the switch).
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Power Supply LEDs
PS1. Displays solid green
when the primary (i.e., factoryinstalled) power supply status
is OK and the power supply is
operating normally. Displays
solid amber in the unlikely
event of a power supply failure.
Stack LEDs
PRI. Displays solid green
when if the switch is either a
stand-alone switch or the primary switch in a stack; otherwise, if the switch status is
secondary or idle, this LED is
off.
SEC. Displays solid green if
PS2. Displays solid green the switch is the secondary
when the optional redundant switch in a stack; otherwise,
power supply status is OK and this LED is off.
the power supply is operating
normally. Displays solid amber
if no redundant power supply
is installed or in the unlikely
event of a redundant power
supply failure.
LINK/ACT
Temperature Management
LEDs
TEMP. Displays solid green
when the switch is operating
within the allowed temperature
range; displays solid amber if a
temperature error occurs (i.e.,
the switch is operating outside
the temperature range).
FAN. Displays solid green
when all fans in the fan tray
are running at normal speed.
Displays solid amber if a fan
error occurs (i.e., one or more
fans are not running at normal
speed).
Front Panel LED Descriptions (OS6648 Shown)
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September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Status LEDs
Note. For information on uplink module LEDs, refer to page 2-36. For information on stacking module
LEDs, refer to page 2-39.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Rear Panel
Rear Panel
The rear panel of OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches contains the following major components:
Note. Arrangement and location of components vary depending on chassis type.
• Factory-installed power supply (all OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches)
• Backup power supply bay for optional OS6600-BPS (OS6624, OS6648, OS6600-U24), OS6602-BPS
(OS6602-24 and OS6602-48), or OS6602-BPS-DC (OS6602-24 and OS6602-48) power supply
• Connector for OS6600-BPS-P PoE backup power supply (OS6600-P24 only)
• Power switch (OS6624, OS6648, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24)
• Grounding block for type LCD8-10A-L grounding lug (all OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches)
Power Switch
indicates on position;
indicates off position.
Ground Lug Connection
Unpainted area for Type
LCD copper lug attachment. Refer to page 2-25
for more information.
Product, Safety, and Compliance Information
Refer to the “Regulatory Compliance and Safety
Information” chapter for detailed information.
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MODEL NO: OS-6648
RATING: 100-240V
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY BE EQUIPPED
WITH TWO POWER CONNECTIONS. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT
BOTH POWER CONNECTIONS BEFORE
SERVICING UNIT.
PLUS D'UN CORDON D'ALIMENTATION. AFIN DE
PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, DEBRANCHE
LES DEUX CORDONS D'ALIMENTATION AVANTE DE
FAIRE LA REPARATION.
U.S. PATENT NO. 5,394,402
50-60Hz, 1.02A
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION
IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
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CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE LA CLASSE A RESPECTE TOUTS LES
EXIGENCES DU REGLEMENT SUR LE MATÉRIEL BROUILLEUR DU CANADA.
Assembled in the US of US and Non-US Components
Redundant Power Supply Bay
Slot for optional user-installable OS6600-BPS (OS6624,
OS6648, OS6600-U24) or OS6602-BPS (OS6602-24 and
OS6602-48) backup power supply. For more information on
the backup power supply, including technical specifications
and installation instructions, refer to “Backup Power Supply”
on page 2-26.
Note: The OS6600-P24 does not have a backup power supply
bay. Instead, it has a connector for the OS6600-BPS-P PoE
backup power supply.
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Power Connector Socket
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one 10 amp power cord.
It is recommended that you use
only Alcatel-provided power
cords.
PoE Power Connector
Reserved for use with the
PoE backup power supply
on the OS6600-P24. See
Chapter 3, “Installing and
Managing Power over
Ethernet (PoE).”
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Rear Panel
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Mounting the Switch
Mounting the Switch
Note. If you are relocating the switch, be sure to power it down and remove all network, stacking, and
power cables before moving.
Airflow Considerations
Be sure that your switch is placed in a well-ventilated, static-free environment. Always allow adequate
clearance at the front, rear, and sides of the switch.
The following diagram shows recommended minimum clearances for adequate chassis airflow and access
to components at the rear of the chassis—e.g., backup power supply and power switch(es).
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Rear Recommended 5 inches
minimum at rear of chassis for
access to power switch(es) and
power cord(s).
Sides 2 inches minimum at left
and right sides for adequate airflow. For detailed information on
chassis airflow, refer to page 2-58.
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Front Recommended 6 inches
minimum at front of chassis for
access to LEDs and network
cables.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis Top View
Note. Never obstruct the air intake vents located at the sides of the chassis. Obstructing these vents can
cause switch failure. Clearance is not required at the top and bottom of the chassis. For detailed chassis
airflow diagrams, refer to “Chassis Airflow” on page 2-58.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Mounting the Switch
Installation Options
There are two ways in which the OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can be installed:
• Tabletop installation
• Rack-mount installation
Installing the Switch on a Tabletop or Bench
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can be installed freestanding as tabletop units. Place your switch in a
stable, flat, static-free surface.
Note. OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches must be placed “right side up.” Never attempt to operate a
switch positioned on its side.
To install the switch as a tabletop unit, follow the steps below:
1 Position the chassis on the table or bench where it is to be installed.
2 Be sure that adequate clearance has been provided for chassis airflow and access to the front, back, and
sides of the switch. For recommended clearances, refer to page 2-21. Also, be sure that you have placed
the chassis within reach of all required AC power sources.
3 If you are placing multiple switches in a stacked configuration, carefully stack the remaining switches,
one on top of the other. Up to eight switches may be stacked to form a single virtual chassis. Be sure to
maintain adequate clearance at the front, rear, left, and right side of all switches. Also, be sure that you
have placed all switches in the stack within reach of required AC power sources.
Rack-Mounting the Switch
Refer to the important guidelines below before installing the OmniSwitch chassis in a rack.
• It is recommended that two people install the switch in the rack—one person to hold the chassis and
position it in the rack, and a second person to secure the chassis to the rack using attachment screws
(not supplied).
• Alcatel provides two rack-mount flanges with each OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch. These flanges
support standard 19-inch rack mount installations. These flanges must be attached to the chassis before
the switch can be rack mounted.
Note. If you are installing the switch in a 23-inch wide rack, Alcatel offers optional 23-inch rack-mounting hardware. For more information, contact your Alcatel representative.
• Alcatel does not provide rack-mount screws. Use the screws supplied by the rack vendor.
• To prevent a rack from becoming top heavy, it is recommended that you install heavier equipment at
the bottom of the rack whenever possible.
• If you are installing the switch in a relay rack, be sure to install and secure the rack per the rack manu-
facturer’s specifications.
• Review page 2-21 for important chassis airflow and access recommendations before installing.
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September 2006
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Mounting the Switch
To rack-mount the switch, follow the steps below:
1 Align the holes in the provided rack-mount flanges with the four threaded holes in the OmniSwitch
chassis. These threaded holes are located in the left and right sides of the chassis, near the front panel.
2 Attach the flanges to the chassis using the provided Phillips-head screws. Be sure to tighten each of the
screws firmly using a Phillips screwdriver.
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3 After the rack-mount flanges are secured to the chassis, mark the holes on the rack where the switch is
to be installed.
4 Lift and position the switch until the rack-mount flanges are flush with the rack post.
5 Align the holes in the flanges with the rack holes that were marked in step 3.
6 Once the holes are aligned, insert a rack mount screw (not provided) through the bottom hole of each
flange. Tighten both screws until they are secure.
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Note. Be sure to install the screws in the bottom hole of each flange, as shown, before proceeding.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Mounting the Switch
7 Once the screws at the bottom of each flange are secure, install the remaining two rack mount screws.
Be sure that all screws are securely tightened.
Note. If you are installing multiple switches in a rack to form a stacked configuration, refer to the “Rack
Mounting Stacked Configurations” section below.
Rack Mounting Stacked Configurations
If you are rack mounting multiple switches in a stacked configuration, be sure to place all switches in
vertically-adjacent rack positions. This will ensure that all required stacking cables will have adequate
length for the installation. For additional instructions on rack mounting a stacked configuration, follow the
steps below:
1 Install the rack mount flanges for all switches that are to be included in the stacked configuration, as
described on page 2-23. Up to eight switches may be stacked to form a single virtual chassis.
2 Place the next switch in the stack directly on top of the previously installed switch.
3 Align the holes in the flanges with the holes in the rack’s vertical posts.
4 Once the holes are aligned, insert a rack mount screw through the bottom hole of each flange. Tighten
both screws until they are secure. Once the screws at the bottom of each flange are secure, install the
remaining two rack mount screws. Be sure that all screws are securely tightened.
5 Repeat steps 1 through 4 above for all remaining switches.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Power Cords
Power Cords
Since the power cord is the power supply’s main disconnect device, it should be plugged into an easily
accessible outlet. In the event that your power cord is lost or damaged, refer to the specifications below.
Specifications
The power cord to be used with 115-Volt configuration is a minimum type SJT (SVT) 18/3, rated at 250
Volts AC, 10 Amps with a maximum length of 15 feet. One end terminates in an IEC 320 attachment plug
and the other end terminates in a NEMA 5-15P plug.
The power cord to be used with 230-Volt configuration is minimum type SJT (SVT) 18/3, rated 250 Volts
AC, 10 Amps with a maximum length of 15 feet. One end terminates in an IEC 320 attachment plug and
the other end terminates as required by the country where it will be installed.
European cords must be Harmonized (HAR) type. Refer to the information below for power plug types by
region:
Power Cord Types
North America
NEMA 5-15-P (US), C22.2, No. 42 (Canada)
United Kingdom / Ireland
BS 1,363
Europe
CEE 7/7
Japan
JIS 8,303
Australia
AS 3,112
India
BS 546
Italy
CIE 2,316
Switzerland / Liechtenstein
SEV 1011
Denmark / Greenland
SRAF 1,962 / D816 / 87
Argentina
AR1-10P
Grounding the Chassis
The switch has two threaded holes for grounding screws located on the back of the chassis. These holes
use 10-32 screws and are approximately one inch apart. These holes are surrounded by a small paint-free
rectangular area, which provides metal-to-metal contact for a ground connection.
Use this connector to supplement the ground provided by the AC power cord. To do so, install a Panduit
Grounding Lug (type LCD8-10A-L) using 8AWG copper conductors to the paint-free rectangular area. Be
sure to use a crimping tool.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
Backup Power Supply
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches provide one factory-installed power supply per chassis. OmniSwitch
6624, 6600-U24, and 6648 switches provide one bay for the optional OS6600-BPS backup power supply
while OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches provide one bay for the optional OS6602-BPS or
OS6602-BPS-DC backup power supplies. This backup power supply bay is located on the chassis rear
panel (see page 2-20 for details).
Power Connector Socket. Type IEC-320-C13
(OS6600-BPS and OS6602-BPS). Supports one
10 amp power cord.
Product, Safety, and Compliance Information.
Refer to the “Regulatory Compliance and Safety
Information” chapter for detailed information.
It is recommended that you use Alcatelprovided power cords.
!
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY BE EQUIPPED
WITH TWO POWER CONNECTIONS. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT
BOTH POWER CONNECTIONS BEFORE
SERVICING UNIT.
ATTENTION: CET APPAREIL COMPORTE
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FAIRE LA REPARATION.
100/115/230 V
50/60 Hz, 2/2/1 A
Power Switch.
indicates on position;
indicates off position.
Backup Power Supply Front Panel (OS6600-BPS Shown)
OmniSwitch 6600-P24 switches use the external OS6600-BPS-P backup power supply, which provides
backup electrical current used for switch functions and PoE ports. The OS6600-BPS-P contains two builtin power supplies—one supplying 55 Watts (100 Watts maximum) for switch functions and the other
supplying 210 watts for PoE functions. For information on setting up the OS6600-BPS-P, refer to
Chapter 3, “Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE).”
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-26
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
OS6600-P24 Connectors
Two attachment locations on
each side of the BPS to connect
to the OS6600-P24.
BPS Power Connector
Reserved for use with the
OS6600-BPS backup
power supply on the
OS6600-P24.
OS6600-BPS-P Backup Power Supply Front Panel
Assembled in the US of US and Non-US Components
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(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
OPERATION IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES.
RATING:
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-27
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
OS6602-BPS Backup Power Supply Front Panel
OS6602-BPS-DC Backup Power Supply Back Panel
For information on installing a backup power supply, refer to page 2-31. For information on removing a
backup power supply, refer to page 2-33.
Power Supply Specifications
The tables below list the specifications for OmniSwitch 6600 Family backup power supplies:
OS6600-BPS Backup Power Supply Specifications
Input Voltage
85 to 250 VAC
Input Frequency
47 to 63 Hz
Efficiency
75% measured at 115 VAC
Temperature
Operating: 0 to +50 Celsius
Non-Operating: - 40 to +85 Celsius
Relative Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
10,000 feet @ +32 Celsius
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-28
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
OS6602-BPS Backup Power Supply Specifications
Input Voltage
85 to 150 VAC
Input Frequency
47 to 63 Hz
Efficiency
75% measured at 115 VAC
Temperature
Operating: 0 to +50 Celsius
Non-Operating: - 40 to +85 Celsius
Relative Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
10,000 feet @ +32 Celsius
OS6602-BPS-DC Backup Power Supply Specifications
Input Voltage
36 to 72 VAC
Input Frequency
N/A
Efficiency
75% measured at 115 VAC
Temperature
Operating: 0 to +50 Celsius
Non-Operating: - 20 to +85 Celsius
Relative Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
10,000 feet @ +32 Celsius
OS6600-BPS-P PoE Backup Power Supply Specifications
Width
15.50 inches, approx.
Height
2.61 inches, approx.
Height (rack units)
1.5 RU
Depth
4.53 inches, approx.
Ambient Temperature
0 to +70 deg C, operating;
-40 to +85 deg C, non-operating
Humidity
5% to 90% Relative Humidity (Operating)
0% to 95% Relative Humidity (Storage)
Altitude
10000 feet at +32 deg C, operating; 50000 feet, non-operating
Power Supply Redundancy
After a backup power supply is installed, the primary (factory-installed) power supply continues to take on
the full power load for switch operations. Meanwhile, the backup power supply operates in active standby
mode. If the primary power supply fails unexpectedly, the backup power supply automatically takes up the
full power load without disrupting the switch.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-29
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
Redundant AC Circuit Recommendation
When a backup power supply is installed, it is recommended that the AC source connected to the backup
power supply resides on a separate circuit from the primary power supply. With redundant AC, if a single
circuit fails, the switch’s backup power supply (on a separate circuit) will likely be unaffected and the
switch can continue operating.
Note. The switch must have a backup power supply installed for the redundant AC circuit recommendation to be applicable.
The diagram below shows a simple redundant AC circuit scenario for OS6600 Family switches.
AC Circuit 1
Backup
Power Supply
Factory-Installed (Primary)
Power Supply
!
MODEL NO: OS-6648
RATING: 100-240V
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY BE EQUIPPED
!
WITH TWO POWER CONNECTIONS. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT
BOTH POWER CONNECTIONS BEFORE
SERVICING UNIT.
100/115/230 V
50/60 Hz, 2/2/1 A
PLUS D'UN CORDON D'ALIMENTATION. AFIN DE
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LES DEUX CORDONS D'ALIMENTATION AVANTE DE
FAIRE LA REPARATION.
PLUS D'UN CORDON D'ALIMENTATION. AFIN DE
PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, DEBRANCHE
LES DEUX CORDONS D'ALIMENTATION AVANTE DE
FAIRE LA REPARATION.
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THIS CLASS A DIGITAL APPARATUS MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS OF THE
CANADIAN INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS.
Both the primary and redundant
power supplies are installed in the
chassis, providing power supply
redundancy.
ATTENTION: CET APPAREIL COMPORTE
50-60Hz, 1.02A
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION
IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
WITH TWO POWER CONNECTIONS. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT
BOTH POWER CONNECTIONS BEFORE
SERVICING UNIT.
ATTENTION: CET APPAREIL COMPORTE
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY BE EQUIPPED
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Each power supply is connected to
an AC source on a separate circuit.
AC Circuit 2
AC Circuit 1
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Factory-Installed (Primary)
Power Supply
!
MODEL NO: OS-6648
RATING: 100-240V
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY BE EQUIPPED
!
PLUS D'UN CORDON D'ALIMENTATION. AFIN DE
PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, DEBRANCHE
LES DEUX CORDONS D'ALIMENTATION AVANTE DE
FAIRE LA REPARATION.
WITH TWO POWER CONNECTIONS. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT
BOTH POWER CONNECTIONS BEFORE
SERVICING UNIT.
100/115/230 V
50/60 Hz, 2/2/1 A
ATTENTION: CET APPAREIL COMPORTE
PLUS D'UN CORDON D'ALIMENTATION. AFIN DE
PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, DEBRANCHE
LES DEUX CORDONS D'ALIMENTATION AVANTE DE
FAIRE LA REPARATION.
U.S. PATENT NO. 5,394,402
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION
IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO CONDITIONS:
(1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED OPERATION.
WITH TWO POWER CONNECTIONS. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DISCONNECT
BOTH POWER CONNECTIONS BEFORE
SERVICING UNIT.
ATTENTION: CET APPAREIL COMPORTE
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY BE EQUIPPED
50-60Hz, 1.02A
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In the event of a failure at circuit 1
(for example, a tripped circuit
breaker), the redundant power
supply plugged into the grounded
AC outlet on circuit 2 allows
switch operations to continue.
AC Circuit 2
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Redundant AC Circuit Example
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-30
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
Installing a Backup Power Supply
You can add a backup power supply to the chassis at any time without disturbing the switch’s network
functions. You are not required to power down the switch.
Note. This section only applies to OmniSwitch 6624, 6648, and 6600-U24 switches.
Hot Swapping
Hot swapping a backup power supply refers to the action of replacing the unit while the switch is operating. Again, because it is a backup (i.e., redundant component), you are not required to power off the
switch’s primary power source.
To add the optional backup power supply to the chassis, follow the steps below:
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the switch and the backup power
supply.
1 Locate the backup power supply bay. The backup power supply bay is located at the switch’s rear
panel. Refer to page 2-20 for a view of the chassis rear panel.
2 If there is a blank cover panel installed at the backup power supply bay, uninstall it by removing the
two Phillips attachment screws. After the attachment screws have been removed, carefully pry the blank
cover panel out and away from the chassis. Set the cover panel and attachment screws aside.
3 To avoid attempting to install the backup power supply upside down, orient the unit as shown in the
diagram below.
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-31
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
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5 Continue sliding the power supply back until the front panel is flush with the rear panel of the chassis.
Do not force the power supply into the bay. Otherwise you can damage the connectors.
6 Tighten the two captive screws, located at the left and right sides of the power supply’s front panel. Be
sure not to overtighten the captive screws. If you use a screwdriver, the torque used to tighten the screws
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7 Verify that the power supply’s on/off switch is in the off ( O ) position.
8 Connect the power supply cord (provided) into an easily accessible power source.
Note. If you are installing backup power supplies in a multi-chassis, stacked configuration, install all
remaining units by repeating steps 1 through 8 for each chassis.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-32
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
Removing a Backup Power Supply
1 Before removing the backup power supply, make sure that the power switch is in the off ( O ) position.
2 Unplug the power cord from the AC power source, as well as from the socket located on the power
supply’s front panel.
3 Loosen the two captive screws, located at the left and right sides of the power supply’s front panel. If
necessary, use a flat-blade screwdriver to loosen the screws.
Note. Be sure that both captive screws are completely disengaged from the threaded holes in the chassis
before continuing.
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5 Store the power supply in a secure, static-free location. Placing the unit in an anti-static bag is
recommended.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
September 2006
page 2-33
OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Backup Power Supply
Blank Cover Panel Requirement
If you are not replacing the backup power supply being removed, be sure to install a blank cover panel
(supplied with your switch) over the empty power supply bay. To install a blank cover panel, follow the
steps below.
1 Place the blank cover panel over the empty power supply bay and insert two Phillips screws (also
supplied with the switch) through the panel and into the threaded holes in the chassis.
2 Once the screws are inserted, fasten the panel to the chassis by tightening the screws. Be sure not to
overtighten the screws.
Viewing Primary and Backup Power Supply Status
The switch constantly monitors primary and backup power supply operation. If either power supply unexpectedly shuts down, the switch sends out a trap to the user and the PS1 and/or PS2 LEDs on the chassis
front panel turn amber.
Note. For detailed LED information, including the PS1 and PS2 LEDs, refer to “Status LEDs” on
page 2-18.
To check the number of power supplies currently operating, and the status of each power supply, use the
show power command. For example:
-> show power
Power Supplies in chassis 8
PS
Operational Status
-----+------------------PS-1
UP
PS-2
NOT PRESENT
The primary (i.e., factory-installed) power supply is listed as PS-1 in the show power command output.
The backup power supply is listed as PS-2. In the example above, there is no backup power supply
installed in the chassis.
Note. For information on viewing primary and backup power supply status in a stacked configuration,
refer to page 2-35.
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Backup Power Supply
Viewing Power Supply Status for Stacked Configurations
When entering the show power command on the primary switch in a stacked configuration, you can either
enter only the show power syntax or you can specify a specific slot number. For more information, refer
to the examples below:
A Slot Number is Specified
If you specify a slot number after the command syntax, power supply information for only the corresponding switch displays. For example:
-> show power 2
Power Supplies in chassis 2
PS
Operational Status
-----+------------------PS-1
UP
PS-2
NOT PRESENT
In the example above, power supply status for the switch operating in slot 2 displays. No backup power
supply is installed in the slot 2 chassis (or the backup power supply is powered off).
No Slot Number is Specified
If you do not enter a slot number, power supply information for all switches in the stack displays. For
example:
-> show power
Power Supplies in chassis 1
PS
Operational Status
-----+------------------PS-1
UP
PS-2
UP
Power Supplies in chassis 2
PS
Operational Status
-----+------------------PS-1
UP
PS-2
NOT PRESENT
The example above shows the power supply status for a stack consisting of two switches. A backup power
supply is present and running in the switch operating in slot 1; no backup power supply is installed in the
switch operating in slot 2 (or the unit is powered off).
More Information on Stacked Configurations. For detailed information on stacked OmniSwitch 6600
Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
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Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Modules
Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Modules
OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 switches support the following Gigabit Ethernet uplink
modules:
• OS6600-GNI-C2 Copper Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Module
• OS6600-GNI-U2 Fiber Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Module
Note. OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches have built-in Gigabit Ethernet MiniGBIC ports.
OS6600-GNI-U2
The OS6600-GNI-U2 Gigabit Ethernet uplink module provides two MiniGBIC bays that support
1000BASE-X MiniGBIC transceivers. Cable options include multimode, single mode, and long-reach
single mode fiber. The OS6600-GNI-U2 supports bi-directional wire speed switching on all ports simultaneously. Also, because it supports any combination of the three MiniGBIC options, this module offers a
flexible solution for various customer requirements.
This uplink module may be used to support multiple uplinks from the wiring closet switch to the Gigabit
Ethernet backbone links in the core. With the two MiniGBIC ports provided by the OS6600-GNI-U2, upto
16 Gigabit Ethernet ports can be supported in a fully-loaded stacked configuration.
Note. For detailed information on MiniGBICs, including technical specifications and installation instructions, refer to “Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs)” on page 2-44.
MiniGBIC Slots
The OS6600-GNI-U2 provides two universal MiniGBIC
ports for hot-pluggable MiniGBIC fiber transceivers.
MiniGBIC options include multimode, single mode, and
long-reach single mode fiber. Refer to “Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs)” on page 2-44 for more information.
LINK/ACT
LINK/ACT
LINK/ACT LEDs
Each MiniGBIC port has a built-in corresponding LED. This LED
indicates the link and activity status for each MiniGBIC installed. The
LED displays green when a valid cable connection exists. Flashes
green as data is transmitted or received on the interface.
OS6600-GNI-U2 Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Front Panel
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Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Modules
OS6600-GNI-U2 Uplink Module Specifications
Number of ports
2 (hot-pluggable)
Power
Approximately 5 Watts
Connector type
MiniGBIC
Standards supported
802.3z; 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX
Data rate
1 Gigabit per second (full duplex)
Note. Because specifications vary depending on the type(s) of MiniGBIC installed in the OS6600-GNI-U2
uplink module, refer to “MiniGBIC Specifications” on page 2-45 for additional specifications.
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Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Modules
OS6600-GNI-C2
The OS6600-GNI-C2 Gigabit Ethernet uplink module provides two fixed 1000BASE-T (copper) connections. This uplink module supports bi-directional wire speed switching on all ports simultaneously and
offers a flexible solution for Gigabit Ethernet-over-copper applications.
The OS6600-GNI-C2 uplink module supports multiple uplinks from the wiring closet to Gigabit Ethernet
backbone links in the core. With the two RJ-45 ports on this uplink module, upto 16 Gigabit Ethernet ports
can be supported in a fully loaded stackable configuration.
Copper Gigabit Ethernet Ports
TheOS6600-GNI-C2 provides two fixed
1000BASE-T (copper) connections. The port type is
RJ-45.
LINK/ACT
LINK/ACT
LINK/ACT LEDs
Each RJ-45 port has a built-in corresponding LED. This LED indicates the link and activity status for each Gigabit Ethernet copper
port. The LED displays green when a valid cable connection exists.
Flashes green as data is transmitted or received on the interface.
OS6600-GNI-C2 Ethernet Uplink Front Panel
OS6600-GNI-C2 Uplink Module Specifications
Number of ports
2 twisted-pair
Power
Approximately 9 Watts
Connector type
RJ-45
Standards supported
802.3z, 802.3ab; 1000Base-T
Data rate
1 Gigabit per second (full duplex)
Connections supported
1000BaseT connection to backbone or server
Cable supported
1000BaseT unshielded twisted-pair (UTP), Category 5e
Maximum cable distance
100 meters, Category 5
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Gigabit Ethernet Uplink Modules
Stacking Module
Stacking modules are used to connect OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, and 6648 switches in a stack.
(OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches have built-in stacking ports.) The stack acts as a virtual chassis, with switches serving as primary and secondary management modules and Network Interface (NI)
modules. For detailed information, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
For information on installing stacking modules, refer to page 2-40. For information on removing stacking
modules, refer to page 2-42. For important installation restrictions, refer to the chassis front panel information on pages 2-2 and 2-12, as well as “Installing Uplink and Stacking Modules” on page 2-40.
Note. Stacking modules cannot be hot swapped at any time. For more information on hot swapping, refer
to Chapter 1, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family.”
HSSDC Stacking Connectors
The stacking module provides two dedicated High Speed Serial Data
Connectors (HSSDCs). These connectors are used to connect OS6624/
OS6600-U24/OS6648 switches in a stack. For detailed information on
stacks, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
LINK/ACT
LINK/ACT
LINK/ACT LEDs
Each stacking connector has a built-in corresponding LED. This LED
indicates the link and activity status for each connector. The LED displays green when a valid cable connection exists. Flashes green as data is
being transmitted to, or received from, the adjacent switch in the stack.
Stacking Module Front Panel
Stacking Module Specifications
Number of ports
2
Power
Approximately 8 Watts
Data Speed
1 Gigabit per second per stacking cable installed
Connector type
High Speed Serial Data Connector (HSSDC)
Chassis port locations
27 and 28 (OS6624, OS6600-U24, and OS6600P24);
51 and 52 (OS6648)
Hot-swappable with other module types?
No
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Installing Uplink and Stacking Modules
Installing Uplink and Stacking Modules
Before installing uplink or stacking modules, refer to the important guidelines listed below:
Note. These steps only apply to OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 switches and not to
OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches.
• Stacking modules can only be installed in the far-right module slot. This slot is labeled EXPANSION/
STACKING and contains port positions 27 and 28 (OS6624/6600-U24) or 51 and 52 (OS6648).
• Do not attempt to install stacking modules at the EXPANSION slot at port positions 25 and 26
(OS6624/OS6600-U24) or 49 and 50 (OS6648).
• OS6600-GNI-C2 and OS6600-GNI-U2 uplink modules can be installed in either slot location.
However, if you install a Gigabit Ethernet uplink module in the EXPANSION/STACKING slot, the
switch must be used as a stand-alone unit.
• Port numbers are clearly marked on the OS6624, OS6600-U24, and OS6648 chassis front panels.
• Stacking modules cannot be hot swapped at any time.
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the switch and the uplink or stacking module.
1 If there is a blank cover panel installed over the uplink or stacking module slot position, uninstall it by
removing the two Phillips attachment screws. After the attachment screws have been removed, carefully
pry the blank cover panel out and away from the chassis. Set the cover panel and attachment screws aside.
2 Holding the uplink or stacking module by the front panel, carefully slide the circuit board into the card
guide located in the chassis slot.
G
KIN
AC
ST 5 2
N/
IO
S
AN
XP
E
51
CT
K/A
LIN
CT
K/A
LIN
Inserting the Uplink or Stacking Module
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Installing Uplink and Stacking Modules
Note. The module should slide in easily. Do not force the module into the slot. If any resistance is encountered, ensure that the module is aligned properly in the card guide and try again.
3 Slide the module back until the backplane connector is inserted in the chassis backplane; the module’s
front panel should be flush with the front of the chassis. Do not force the module into the slot. Otherwise
you can damage the connectors.
4 Once the module is firmly seated and flush with the chassis front panel, secure the module by tighten-
ing the two captive screws. Be sure not to overtighten the captive screws. If you use a screwdriver, the
torque used to tighten the screws must not exceed 2.3 inch pounds.
G
KIN
AC
ST 5 2
/
N
IO
NS
PA
EX
CT
K/A
LIN
51
CT
K/A
LIN
Tightening the Captive Screws
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Removing Uplink and Stacking Modules
Removing Uplink and Stacking Modules
To remove an uplink or stacking module from the chassis, follow the steps below:
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the switch and the uplink or stacking module.
1 Loosen the two captive screws, located at the left and right sides of the module’s front panel. If neces-
sary, use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the screws.
Note. Be sure that both captive screws are completely disengaged from the threaded holes in the chassis
before continuing.
EX
N
PA
SI
/
ON
KIN
AC
ST 5 2
G
CT
K/A
LIN
51
CT
K/A
LIN
Loosening the Captive Screws
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Removing Uplink and Stacking Modules
2 Once the captive screws are completely disengaged, grasp both captive screws and slowly pull the
module out of the slot.
SIO
AN
XP
G
KIN
AC
ST 5 2
N/
E
51
CT
K/A
LIN
CT
K/A
LIN
NG
CKI
/STA 5 2
ON
NSI
EXPA
51
50
47
49
45
ACT
LINK/
ON
NSI
EXPA
ACT
LINK/
43
41
48
23
39
46
21
37
44
19
35
42
17
33
40
15
31
niS
wi
tch
66
18
16
14
30
5
24
22
20
36
11
34
9
32
7
Om
TM
24
38
13
29
27
25
28
3
12
26
1
10
8
E
SOL
CON
6
4
2
PRI
PS1
OK1
PS2
SEC
TEMP
SEL
FAN
OK2
Removing the Module
3 Store the module in a secure, static-free location. Placing the module in an anti-static bag is recom-
mended.
Blank Cover Panel Requirement
If you are not replacing the uplink or stacking module being removed, be sure to install a blank cover
panel (supplied with your switch) over the empty module slot. To install a blank cover panel, follow the
steps below.
1 Place the blank cover panel over the empty slot and insert two Phillips screws (also supplied with the
switch) through the panel and into the threaded holes in the chassis.
2 Once the screws are inserted, fasten the panel to the chassis by tightening the screws. Be sure not to
overtighten the screws.
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Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs)
Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs)
Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs) are fiber-based Gigabit Ethernet transceivers for use with
OS6600-GNI-U2 uplink modules on OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 switches and the
built-in MiniGBIC ports on OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches. MiniGBICs are interchangeable
and hot-swappable, thus providing users an easy, flexible solution for adapting OS6600 Family switches
to different physical interfaces types.
Alcatel offers three MiniGBIC options:
• MiniGBIC-SX: 1000BASE-SX short-haul
• MiniGBIC-LX: 1000BASE-LX long-haul
• MiniGBIC-LH-70: 1000BASE-LH extra long-haul
All MiniGBIC types support bi-directional wire-speed switching. For additional technical specifications
on all three MiniGBIC types, refer to page 2-45. For information on installing MiniGBICs, refer to
page 2-46.
TX
RX
Mini Gigabit Interface Converter (MiniGBIC)
Note. For OS6624, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24, and OS6648 switches, MiniGBICs can be used on
OS6600-GNI-U2 uplink modules only. For detailed information on OS6600-GNI-U2 uplink modules,
refer to page 2-36.
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Mini Gigabit Interface Converters (MiniGBICs)
MiniGBIC Specifications
MiniGBIC-SX Technical Specifications
Connector type
LC
Standards supported
802.3z, 1000Base-SX
Connections supported
1000Base-SX connection to backbone or server
Fiber optic cable supported
Multimode
Source type
850 nm
Output optical power
-9.5 to 0 dBm
Input optical power
-17 to 0 dBm
Cable distance
≈ 220 m
MiniGBIC-LX Technical Specifications
Connector types
LC
Standards supported
802.3z, 1000Base-LX
Connections supported
1000Base-LX connection to backbone or server
Fiber optic cable supported
Single mode
Source type
1310 nm
Output optical power
-11 to -3 dBm
Input optical power
-19 to -3 dBm (intermediate reach single mode)
Cable distance
≈10 km
MiniGBIC-LH-70 Technical Specifications
Connector types
LC
Standards supported
802.3z, 1000Base-LH70
Connections supported
1000Base-LH70 connection to backbone or server
Fiber optic cable supported
Single mode
Source type
1550 nm
Output optical power
0 to +5 dBm
Input optical power
-23 to -3 dBm
Cable distance
Long reach single mode fiber ≈ 70 km (up to 100 km using premium
single mode fiber or dispersion-shifted single mode fiber)
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Installing MiniGBICs
Installing MiniGBICs
Each OS6600-GNI-U2 uplink module supports up to two MiniGBICs on OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24,
6600-P24, and 6648 switches. On OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 there are two built-in MiniGBIC
ports for MiniGBICs. These MiniGBICs are packaged separately and therefore are not factory-installed.
You can install the MiniGBIC(s) by following the steps below:
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the MiniGBIC, as well as the switch
and uplink module.
1 Holding the MiniGBIC by its sides, carefully slide it into the desired MiniGBIC slot in the OS6600-
GNI-U2 module on OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 switches or the built-in MiniGBIC ports on OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches, as shown.
G
IN
S
N/
IO
NS
PA
EX
CK
TA 5 2
51
G
KIN
TAC
52
N/S
SIO
AN
EXP
51
50
47
49
45
N
SIO
AN
EXP
43
41
48
23
39
46
21
37
44
19
35
42
17
33
40
15
31
wi
tch
66
22
18
16
14
30
5
24
20
36
11
34
9
32
7
niS
24
38
13
29
27
25
Om
TM
28
3
12
26
1
10
8
E
SOL
CON
6
4
2
PRI
PS1
OK1
PS2
SEC
TEMP
SEL
FAN
OK2
Inserting the MiniGBIC (OS6648 Shown)
Note. The MiniGBIC should slide in easily. Do not force the MiniGBIC into the slot. Otherwise you can
damage the connectors. If any resistance is encountered, ensure the MiniGBIC is aligned and oriented
properly, as shown in the diagram above.
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Removing MiniGBICs
2 Push the MiniGBIC into the slot until it is completely inserted and securely seated in the
OS6600-GNI-U2 module on OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 or the built-in MiniGBIC
ports on OmniSwitch 6602-24 and 6602-48 switches, as shown.
G
KIN
AC
ST 5 2
/
ON
SI
N
PA
EX
51
Installed MiniGBIC (OS6648 Shown)
Removing MiniGBICs
MiniGBICs modules can be hot swapped. You are not required to power off the switch before removing a
MiniGBIC from the uplink module. To remove a MiniGBIC from the uplink module, follow the steps
below:
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the MiniGBIC, as well as the switch
and uplink module.
1 On OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 switches only, make sure that the captive
screws on the OS6600-GNI-U2 are tightened and the module is securely installed in the chassis.
2 There is a small removal handle at the front of the MiniGBIC transceiver. Carefully lift this handle;
then, grasp the handle and carefully pull the MiniGBIC from the module.
3 Store the MiniGBIC in a secure, static-free location. Placing the MiniGBIC in an anti-static bag is
recommended.
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100 Mbps SFPs (OS6600-U24)
100 Mbps SFPs (OS6600-U24)
Small Form Pluggable (SFP) modules are fiber-based 100 Mbps Ethernet transceivers for use with ports 1
through 24 on OmniSwitch 6600-U24. SFPs are interchangeable and hot-swappable, thus providing users
an easy, flexible solution for adapting OS6600-U24 switches to different physical interfaces types.
Alcatel offers four SFP options:
• SFP-100-LC-MM: 100BaseFM short haul, LC connector
• SFP-100-LC-SM15: 100BaseFS intermediate haul, LC connector
• SFP-100-LC-SM40: 100BaseFS long haul, LC connector
• SFP-100-MTRJ-MM: 100BaseFM short haul, MTRJ connector
All SFP types support bi-directional wire-speed switching. For additional technical specifications on all
four SFP types, refer to page 2-49. For information on installing SFPs, refer to page 2-51.
SFP Module
Note. SFPs can be used on ports 1 through 24 on OmniSwitch 6600-U24 switches only.
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100 Mbps SFPs (OS6600-U24)
100 Mbps SFP Specifications
SFP-100-LC-MM Technical Specifications
Connector type
LC
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894 (see data sheet for more information)
Connections supported
100BaseFM
Fiber optic cable supported
multimode fiber
Source type
62.5/125 and 50/125 micron
Output optical power
-19 to -14 dBm (62.5/125); -22.5 to -14 dBm (50/125)
Input optical power
(Receiver sensitivity)
-31 to -14 dBm
Cable distance
2 km
SFP-100-LC-SM15 Technical Specifications
Connector types
LC
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894 (see data sheet for more information)
Connections supported
100BaseFS
Fiber optic cable supported
single mode fiber
Source type
9/125 micron
Output optical power
-15 to -8 dBm
Input optical power
(Receiver sensitivity)
-31 to 0 dBm
Cable distance
15 km
SFP-100-LC-SM40 Technical Specifications
Connector types
LC
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894 (see data sheet for more information)
Connections supported
100BaseFS
Fiber optic cable supported
single mode fiber
Source type
9/125 micron
Output optical power
-5 to 0 dBm
Input optical power
(Receiver sensitivity)
-34 to 0 dBm
Cable distance
40 km
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100 Mbps SFPs (OS6600-U24)
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM Technical Specifications
Connector types
MTRJ
Standards supported
IEEE 802.3u, IAB RFCs 826, 894 (see data sheet for more information)
Connections supported
100BaseFM
Fiber optic cable supported
multimode fiber
Source type
62.5/125 and 50/125 micron
Output optical power
-20 to -14 dBm (multimode)
Input optical power
(Receiver sensitivity)
-31 to -14 dBm
Cable distance
2 km
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Installing SFPs (OS6600-U24)
Installing SFPs (OS6600-U24)
OmniSwitch 6600-U24 switches support upto twenty-four 100 Mbps Small Form Pluggable (SFP)
modules. These SFPs are packaged separately and therefore are not factory-installed. You can install the
SFP(s) by following the steps below:
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the SFP, as well as the switch and
uplink module.
1 Align the transceiver with the transceiver slot on the OS6600-U24 as shown.
Inserting the SFP
Note. The SFP should slide in easily. Do not force the SFP into the slot. Otherwise you can damage the
connectors. If any resistance is encountered, ensure the SFP is aligned and oriented properly, as shown in
the diagram above.
2 Holding the SFP by its sides, carefully slide it into the desired SFP slot (ports 1–24) until it clicks into
place; this is an indication that the connectors are firmly seated.
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Removing SFPs (OS6600-U24)
Removing SFPs (OS6600-U24)
SFPs modules can be hot swapped. You are not required to power off the switch before removing a SFP
from the uplink module. To remove a SFP from the uplink module, follow the steps below:
Anti-Static Warning. Before handling any component, free yourself of static by wearing a grounding
strap, or by grounding yourself properly. Static discharge can damage the SFP, as well as the switch and
uplink module.
1 On some SFPs there is a small removal handle at the front of the SFP transceiver. Carefully lift this
handle.
On other SFPs there is an ejector button located just below the transceiver port. Push this button to
disengage the SFP.
2 Grasp the SFP and carefully pull it from the OS6600-U24.
3 Store the SFP in a secure, static-free location. Placing the SFP in an anti-static bag is recommended.
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Temperature Management
Temperature Management
The operating temperature of your switch is an important factor in its overall health. In order to avoid a
temperature-related system failure, your switch must always run at an operating temperature between
0 and 45 degrees Celsius (32 to 113 degrees Fahrenheit).
To avoid chassis over-temperature conditions, follow these important guidelines:
1 Be sure that your switch is installed in a well-ventilated environment. To ensure adequate airflow,
leave at least two inches of clearance at the left and right sides.
2 If your switch chassis is not fully populated with uplink or stacking modules, be sure that blank cover
panels are installed at empty slot positions at all times. Blank cover panels help regulate airflow and thus
regulate the overall operating temperature in the switch. Refer to page 2-59 for more information.
Viewing Chassis Temperature Status
As with power supply status, the switch constantly monitors the chassis temperature. If a temperature error
has occurred, the switch sends out a trap to the user and the TEMP LED on the chassis front panel
displays amber.
Note. For detailed LED information, including the TEMP LED, refer to “Status LEDs” on page 2-18.
To check the current chassis temperature status, use the show temperature command. For example:
-> show temperature
Temperature for chassis 1
Hardware Board Temperature (deg C)
= 39,
Hardware Cpu Temperature (deg C)
= N/A,
Temperature Upper Threshold Range (deg C) = 30 to 77,
Temperature Upper Threshold (deg C)
= 57,
Temperature Range
= UNDER THRESHOLD,
Temperature Danger Threshold (deg C)
= 77
In the example above, the switch’s current temperature is 39 degrees Celsius. The switch is operating
under the upper temperature threshold, which is 57 degrees Celsius.
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Temperature Management
Viewing Temperature Status for Stacked Configurations
When entering the show temperature command on the primary switch in a stacked configuration, you
can either enter only the show temperature syntax or you can specify a specific slot number. For more
information, refer to the examples below:
A Slot Number is Specified
If you specify a slot number after the command syntax, chassis temperature information for only the corresponding switch displays. For example:
-> show temperature 3
Temperature for chassis 3
Hardware Board Temperature (deg C)
= 43,
Hardware Cpu Temperature (deg C)
= N/A,
Temperature Upper Threshold Range (deg C) = 30 to 77,
Temperature Upper Threshold (deg C)
= 57,
Temperature Range
= UNDER THRESHOLD,
Temperature Danger Threshold (deg C)
= 77
The example above shows chassis temperature information for the switch operating in slot position 3 only.
The current temperature is 43 degrees Celsius. The switch is operating under the upper temperature threshold.
No Slot Number is Specified
If you do not enter a slot number, fan status information for all switches in the stack displays.
For example:
-> show temperature
Temperature for chassis 1
Hardware Board Temperature (deg C)
= 40,
Hardware Cpu Temperature (deg C)
= N/A,
Temperature Upper Threshold Range (deg C) = 30 to 77,
Temperature Upper Threshold (deg C)
= 57,
Temperature Range
= UNDER THRESHOLD,
Temperature Danger Threshold (deg C)
= 77
Temperature for chassis 2
Hardware Board Temperature (deg C)
= 31,
Hardware Cpu Temperature (deg C)
= N/A,
Temperature Upper Threshold Range (deg C) = 30 to 77,
Temperature Upper Threshold (deg C)
= 57,
Temperature Range
= UNDER THRESHOLD,
Temperature Danger Threshold (deg C)
= 77
The example above shows chassis temperature information for a stack consisting of two switches. The
current temperature of the switch operating in slot position 1 is 40 degrees Celsius; the current temperature of the switch operating in slot 2 is 31 degrees Celsius. Both switches are operating under the upper
temperature threshold.
More Information on Stacked Configurations. For detailed information on stacked OmniSwitch 6600
Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
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Temperature Management
Temperature Errors
The switch monitors the chassis ambient air temperature at all times via an onboard sensor. If an overtemperature condition occurs, there are two different levels of error severity:
• Warning threshold has been exceeded
• Danger threshold has been exceeded
Warning Threshold
If the temperature exceeds the switch’s user-configurable warning threshold, the switch sends out a trap.
Traps are printed to the console in the form of text error messages. The chassis TEMP LED also displays
amber, indicating an error. (Refer to page 2-18 for status LED locations and descriptions.)
When the warning threshold has been exceeded, switch operations remain active. However, it is recommended that immediate steps be taken to address the over-temperature condition.
Addressing warning threshold temperature conditions may include:
• Checking for a chassis air flow obstruction
• Checking the ambient room temperature
• Checking the fan status using the show fan command. See page 2-56 for more information.
• Verifying that the warning threshold has not been manually set to an otherwise common or acceptable
ambient temperature—for example, 31 degrees Centigrade. (The default warning threshold is 57
degrees Celsius. This value may be configured using the temp-threshold command. The current warning threshold may be viewed using the show temperature command.)
Note. Once the ambient air temperature is reduced to below the warning threshold, the switch’s
TEMP LED automatically resets to green.
Danger Threshold
If the chassis ambient air temperature rises above the switch’s danger threshold of 80 degrees Centigrade,
the switch will power off. The danger threshold is factory-set and cannot be configured by the user.
Addressing danger threshold temperature conditions may include:
• Checking for a chassis air flow obstruction
• Checking the ambient room temperature
• Checking the fan status using the show fan command. See page page 2-56 for more information.
Note. When the danger threshold has been exceeded, the switch’s TEMP LED will not reset from amber
to green until after a system boot.
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Temperature Management
Viewing Fan Status
The switch also constantly monitors fan operation. If any of the three fans unexpectedly shuts down, the
switch sends out a trap to the user and the FAN LED on the chassis front panel displays amber.
Note. For detailed LED information, including the FAN LED, refer to “Status LEDs” on page 2-18.
To check the current fan status, use the show fan command. For example:
-> show fan
Chassis Fan Status
-------+---+----------1
1
Running
1
2
Running
1
3
Running
In the example above, all three fans are operating normally.
Viewing Fan Status for Stacked Configurations
When entering the show fan command on the primary switch in a stacked configuration, you can either
enter only the show fan syntax or you can specify a specific slot number. For more information, refer to
the examples below:
A Slot Number is Specified
If you specify a slot number after the command syntax, fan status information for only the corresponding
switch displays. For example:
-> show fan
Chassis Fan Status
-------+---+----------1
1
Running
1
2
Running
1
3
Running
In the example above, fan status displays only for the switch operating in slot 3.
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No Slot Number is Specified
If you do not enter a slot number, fan status information for all switches in the stack displays.
For example:
-> show fan
Chassis Fan Status
-------+---+----------1
1
Running
1
2
Running
1
3
Running
2
1
Running
2
2
Running
2
3
Running
3
1
Running
3
2
Running
3
3
Running
The example above shows the fan status for a stack consisting of three switches. All fans for those
switches—operating in slots 1, 2, and 3—are operating normally.
More Information on Stacked Configurations. For detailed information on stacked OmniSwitch 6600
Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
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Temperature Management
Chassis Airflow
The fans pull air from the air intake vent located at the right-hand side of the chassis. The air is directed
horizontally through the chassis and past the circuit board and uplink and stacking modules (if installed).
Airflow is then exhausted through the fan vents at the left-hand side of the chassis. Refer to the illustrations below for more information.
1. Air Intake. The three
chassis fans pull air from the
main air intake vent located
at the right-hand side of the
chassis.
Front of Chassis
Air Intake Vent
Uplink and Stacking Submodules
Right Side Air Intake Vent
2. Airflow. The air from the
intake vent is directed
through the chassis past the
main circuit board and submodule daughtercards. This
airflow provides required
cooling for these chassis components.
Uplink and Stacking Submodules
3. Air Exhaust. The airflow
is exhausted through the fan
exhaust vents at the left-hand
side of the chassis.
Front of Chassis
Fan Exhaust Vents
Left Side Fan Exhaust Vents
Important. Maintain a clearance of at least two inches at the left and right sides. Otherwise, airflow may
become restricted. Restricted airflow can cause your switch to overheat; overheating can lead to switch
failure.
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Temperature Management
Blank Cover Panels
Blank cover panels are provided with your switch and are used to cover empty uplink and stacking module
slots, as well as empty backup power supply bays (if applicable). These cover panels play an important
role in chassis airflow and temperature management. They also protect the switch’s processor board and
other sensitive internal switch components from physical damage by closing off a chassis that is not fully
populated.
If your switch is not fully populated with submodules and a redundant power supply, and blank cover
panels are not installed over empty slot locations, airflow is adversely affected.
When blank cover panels are missing, air does not take the direct route from the air intake vent, through
the chassis, and then out through the fan exhaust vents. Instead, a portion of the airflow is allowed to be
drawn in through the front and rear of the chassis. As a result, normal airflow is disrupted and an extra
task is placed on the fans to cool the chassis.
Cover panels also provide protection for module processor boards and other sensitive internal switch
components by closing off a chassis that is not fully populated.
Because they regulate airflow and help protect internal chassis components, blank cover panels should
remain installed over empty module slots and power supply bays at all times.
Missing Cover Panels.
Missing cover panels affect
airflow by allowing air to be
drawn in through the front
submodule bays or rear
redundant power supply bay.
As a result, the direct route
from the air intake vent to the
fan exhaust vents is disrupted.
For optimal airflow and
chassis component protection, always install blank
cover panels over empty
slots and power supply bays.
Air leakage due to
missing redundant
power supply panel
Air Intake Vent
Air leakage due to
missing submodule
cover panels
Effects of Missing Blank Panels on Chassis Airflow
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Pinouts
Pinouts
10/100 Ethernet Port – RJ-45 Pinout
Pin Number
Description
1
RX+
2
RX-
3
TX+
4
not used
5
not used
6
TX-
7
not used
8
not used
Copper Gigabit Ethernet Port – RJ-45 Pinout
Pin Number
Description
1
BI_DB+
2
BI_DB-
3
BI_DA+
4
BI_DD+
5
BI_DD-
6
BI_DA-
7
BI_DC+
8
BI_DC-
10/100 Mbps Power over Ethernet Port – RJ-45 Pinout (OS6600-P24)
Pin Number
Description
1
RX+ (-VDC)
2
RX- (-VDC)
3
TX+ (+VDC)
4
5
6
TX- (+VDC)
7
8
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Pinouts
RS232 Console Port – Female DB9 Connector Pinout
Pin Number
Signals as DCE Console Port
1
Not used
2
RXD (from the switch)
3
TXD (to the switch)
4
Not used
5
Ground
6
Not used
7
Not used
8
Not used
9
Not used
Shell
Chassis ground
RJ-45 Console Port – Connector Pinout
Pin Number
Signals as DCE Console Port
1
CTS
2
NC
3
RXD
4
Ground
5
Ground
6
TXD
7
NC
8
RTS (Request To Send)
Shell
Chassis Ground
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Console Port
Console Port
The console port, located on the chassis front panel, provides a serial connection to the switch and is
required when logging into the switch for the first time (refer to the OmniSwitch 6600 Family Getting
Started Guide for more information). By default, this connector (a female DB-9 on OmniSwitch 6624 and
6648 switches and an RJ-45 port on OmniSwitch 6600-U24, 6600-P24, 6602-24, and 6602-48 switches)
provides a DCE console connection.
Serial Connection Default Settings
The factory default settings for the serial connection are as follows:
baud rate
9600
parity
none
data bits (word size)
8
stop bits
1
X-ON/X-OFF
enabled
Modifying the Serial Connection Settings
If you wish to modify the default serial connection settings (i.e., baud rate, parity, data bits, and stop bits),
refer to the following steps.
Note. You must be connected to the switch via the console port before attempting to change serial connection settings. Otherwise, an error message will display. In addition, if you are changing console port
settings for switches in a stack, console port settings must be identical on all switches. Before configuring
the console port settings for a stack, make sure each switch is operating in either primary or secondary
status (you may be required to disconnect switches within the stack before beginning).
1 Enter modify boot parameters at the CLI prompt. The boot prompt displays:
Boot >
2 To change the baud rate, enter boot serialbaudrate, followed by the desired baud rate value. Options
include 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600 (default), 19200, 38400, 57600, 76800, and 115200. For example:
Boot > boot serialbaudrate 19200
Note. Setting the console port to speeds above 9600 baud can cause problems with Zmodem uploads.
3 To change the parity value, enter boot serialparity, followed by the desired parity value. Options
include none (default), even, and odd. For example:
Boot > boot serialparity even
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Console Port
4 To change the data bits (i.e., word size) value, enter boot serialwordsize, followed by the number of
data bits. Options include 7 and 8 (default). For example:
Boot > boot serialwordsize 7
5 To change the stop bits value, enter boot serialstopbits, followed by the number of stop bits. Options
include 1 (default) and 2. For example:
Boot > boot serialstopbits 2
6 Verify your current changes by entering show at the boot prompt:
Boot > show
Edit buffer contents:
Serial (console) baud
Serial (console) parity
Serial (console) stopbits
Serial (console) wordsize
:
:
:
:
19200
even
2
7
(additional table output not shown)
7 You can save your changes to the boot.params file by entering commit file at the boot prompt:
Boot > commit file
Note. When the commit file command is used, changes will not be enabled until after the next switch
reboot.
8 You can also save your changes in real time to the switch’s running memory by entering commit
system at the boot prompt:
Boot > commit system
Caution. There are two important things to consider when using the commit system command to save
serial connection changes:
• Output to the terminal may become illegible due to incompatible serial connection settings between the
switch and the terminal emulation software.
• If you use the commit system command only, changes will not be saved to the switch’s boot.params
file and will be lost if the switch is rebooted. To save changes to the boot.params file, refer to step 7.
9 Return to the CLI prompt by entering exit at the boot prompt.
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Console Port
Configuring X-ON/X-OFF Protocol
By default, X-ON/X-OFF protocol is enabled on the console port. To enable and disable the X-ON/X-OFF
protocol on a console port that you are logged into use the session xon-xoff command by entering session
xon-xoff followed by either enable or disable.
For example, to disable X-ON/X-OFF on a console port enter:
-> session xon-xoff disable
Note. To enable or disable the X-ON/X-OFF protocol on secondary or idle switches in a stack you must
log into those switches and then execute the session xon-xoff command.
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Viewing Basic Chassis Information
Viewing Basic Chassis Information
This section covers the following basic chassis information and monitoring commands:
show hardware info
show module
show module long (and show ni)
show chassis
show cmm
show session xon-xoff
Important Hardware Status Commands. Additional commands, used to view important hardware status
information, are described earlier in this chapter:
• For information on viewing primary and backup power supply status, refer to page 2-34.
• For information on viewing chassis temperature status, refer to page 2-53.
• For information on viewing chassis fan status, refer to page 2-56.
Hardware Information
To view basic hardware information about the switch, enter the show hardware info command at the CLI
prompt. This command displays the following information:
• CPU type
• Flash and RAM memory information
• NVRAM battery status
• Jumper settings
• BootROM and Miniboot versions
For example:
-> show hardware info
CPU Type
Flash Manufacturer
Flash size
RAM Manufacturer
RAM size
NVRAM Battery OK
Interrupt Boot Jumper
Force UART Defaults Jumper
Run Extended Memory Diags Jumper
Spare Jumper
BootROM Version
Backup Miniboot Version
Default Miniboot Version
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:
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:
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PowerPC 8245,
SanDisk SDCFB-64
64094208 bytes (61 MB),
Kingston,
134217728 bytes (128 MB),
YES,
OFF,
ON,
OFF,
ON,
5.1.5.115.R02,
5.1.5.115.R02,
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Viewing Basic Chassis Information
Stacked Configurations. For remote sessions (e.g., Telnet and WebView) the show hardware info
command displays information for only the primary switch. The command may also be used while
connected directly to the primary or secondary switch via the console port. For detailed information on
stacked OS6600 Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
Slot and Component Information
To view basic slot position and component information, enter the show module command at the CLI
prompt. This command displays the following information:
• Current slot position
• Alcatel part number
• Serial number
• Hardware revision level
• Manufacture date(s)
• Model name, also referred to as chassis type
For example:
-> show module
HW
Mfg
Slot
Part-Number
Serial # Rev
Date
Model Name
-------+--------------+------------+---+-----------+---------------------------CMM-1
902098-10
2313283p
210 FEB 05 2106€ OS6648
NI-1
902098-10
2313283p
210 FEB 05 2106€ OS6648
The Slot column lists both the main PCB (CMM) and 10/100 Ethernet bay (NI), along with the switch’s
current slot position. CMM-1 and NI-1 indicates that the switch and its corresponding 10/100 Ethernet bay
(a virtual Network Interface card) have been assigned to slot position 1.
For complete descriptions of the command output, refer to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
Stacked Configurations. You can use the show module command to display information for all switches
in a stack, or for a specified switch only. When the show module syntax is entered with no specified slot
number, information for all switches displays. When a slot position is specified in the command line
(e.g., 3), information displays for the corresponding switch only. For detailed information on stacked
OS6600 Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
Detailed Slot and Component Information
To view more detailed slot and component information, including information on installed uplink and
stacking modules, use the show module long command.
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Viewing Basic Chassis Information
Note. Because OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can also be thought of as Network Interface modules in
a virtual chassis, the show ni command displays the same information as the show module long
command.
This command displays the following information:
• Model name, also referred to as chassis type
• Chassis description
• Alcatel part number
• Hardware revision level
• Serial number
• Manufacture date(s)
• Current power and operational status
• Base chassis MAC address (for more information on the base chassis MAC address, see page 2-71)
• ASIC and firmware information
• Detailed information on all installed uplink and stacking modules
• Information on all installed MiniGBICs
For example:
-> show module long
CMM in slot 1
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Firmware Version:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
Power Consumption:
Power Control Checksum:
MAC Address:
ASIC - Physical:
OS6648 ,
48PT 10/100 Stack,
902098-10,
210,
2313283p,
FEB 05 2106€,
N/A,
POWER ON,
UP,
40,
0x0,
00:d0:95:12:ed:00,
(Screen output continued on next page.)
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Module in slot 1
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Firmware Version:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
Power Consumption:
Power Control Checksum:
MAC Address:
ASIC - Physical:
Daughter Board in port 1
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Firmware Version:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
GBIC 1
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Firmware Version:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
Daughter Board in port 2
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Firmware Version:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
Viewing Basic Chassis Information
OS6648 ,
48PT 10/100 Stack,
902098-10,
210,
2313283p,
FEB 05 2106€,
N/A,
POWER ON,
UP,
40,
0x0,
00:d0:95:12:ed:02,
OS66MINIGBIC2 ,
2pt Giga Fiber,
902084-10,
201,
2263006P,
FEB 05 2106€,
,
POWER ON,
UP
IBM,
IBM,
IBM42P12SNY,
AA10,
21P704213Z49IBM,
01040101,
,
POWER ON,
UP
OS66-STK-MOD ,
2pt Giga Stack,
902086-10,
201,
2243041P,
FEB 05 2106€,
,
POWER ON,
UP
For complete descriptions of the command output, refer to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
Stacked Configurations. You can use the show module long command to display information for all
switches in a stack, or for a specified switch only. When the show module long syntax is entered with no
specified slot number, information for all switches displays. When a slot position is specified in the
command line (e.g., 3), information displays for the corresponding switch only. For detailed information
on stacked OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Stacks.”
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Viewing Basic Chassis Information
Basic Primary Slot and Component Information
To view basic slot and component information for the base chassis only (i.e., no installed uplink or stacking modules), enter the show cmm command at the CLI prompt. This command displays the following
information:
• Model name, also referred to as chassis type
• Chassis description
• Alcatel part number
• Hardware revision level
• Serial number
• Manufacture date(s)
• Current power and operational status
• Base chassis MAC address
• ASIC and firmware information
For example:
-> show cmm
CMM in slot 1
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Firmware Version:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
Power Consumption:
Power Control Checksum:
MAC Address:
ASIC - Physical:
OS6648 ,
48PT 10/100 Stack,
902098-10,
210,
2313283p,
FEB 05 2106€,
N/A,
POWER ON,
UP,
40,
0x0,
00:d0:95:12:ed:00,
For complete descriptions of the command output, refer to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
Stacked Configurations. You can use the show cmm command to display information for all switches in
a stack, or for a specified switch only. When the show cmm syntax is entered with no specified slot
number, information for all switches displays. When a slot position is specified in the command line
(e.g., 3), information displays for the corresponding switch only. For detailed information on stacked
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
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Viewing Basic Chassis Information
Basic Chassis Information
To view basic chassis information (i.e., no installed uplink or stacking modules), enter the show chassis
command at the CLI prompt. This command displays the following information:
• Model name, also referred to as chassis type
• Chassis description
• Alcatel part number
• Hardware revision level
• Serial number
• Manufacture date(s)
• Current power and operational status
• Number of times the switch has been reset (i.e., rebooted) since it was last powered up
For example:
-> show chassis
Chassis 1
Model Name:
Description:
Part Number:
Hardware Revision:
Serial Number:
Manufacture Date:
Admin Status:
Operational Status:
Number Of Resets:
OS6648 ,
48PT 10/100 Stack,
902098-10,
210,
2313283p,
FEB 05 2106€,
POWER ON,
UP,
271
For complete descriptions of the command output, refer to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
Stacked Configurations. You can use the show chassis command to display information for all switches
in a stack, or for a specified switch only. When the show chassis syntax is entered with no specified slot
number, information for all switches displays. When a slot position is specified in the command line
(e.g., 3), information displays for the corresponding switch only. For detailed information on stacked
OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks.”
X-ON/X-OFF Protocol Status
To view the administrative status of the X-ON/X-OFF protocol on a console port, enter the show session
xon-xoff command at the CLI prompt. This command displays the following information:
XON-XOFF Enabled
Note. To view the administrative status of the X-ON/X-OFF protocol on secondary or idle switches in a
stack you must log into those switches and then execute the session xon-xoff command.
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Managing MAC Addresses on the Switch
Managing MAC Addresses on the Switch
Your OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch is shipped with thirty-two factory-installed MAC addresses. These
MAC addresses, which are stored on an EEPROM card in the chassis, are used by the switch as unique
identifiers for the following functions:
• Base chassis MAC address
• 802.1X authentication
• VLAN router ports
Similar to IP addresses, MAC addresses are assigned by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)
and distributed to users in sequential blocks. A sequential block of MAC addresses is referred to as a
MAC address range.
The switch’s EEPROM contains two factory-installed MAC address ranges:
MAC Range 1
Reserved for the first two MAC addresses in the factory installed range of 32
MAC addresses. The first—or start—MAC address in this range is always
allocated as the base chassis MAC address. The second MAC address is
allocated for 802.1X authentication.
MAC Range 3
Contains MAC addresses used for each port in the system.
MAC Range Guidelines
• You cannot edit or delete MAC range 1 or MAC range 3 at any time.
• The factory-installed 32 MAC addresses are sufficient for most network configurations. However, if
you require additional MAC addresses for your network, you may purchase additional MAC addresses
from Alcatel. Contact your Alcatel representative for more information.
OmniSwitch 6600 Family MAC Range Specifications
Number of Factory-installed MAC Ranges
2 (MAC Range 1; MAC Range 3)
Number of MAC Addresses in Default Range 1
2
Number of MAC Addresses in Default Range 3
30
Maximum MAC Ranges on Switch
2 (MAC Range 1; MAC Range 3)
Base chassis MAC address
Unique to each switch. The base
chassis MAC address is always the
first MAC address listed in the
switch’s default MAC range 1.
Supported MAC Router Mode
Single
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components
Managing MAC Addresses on the Switch
Base Chassis MAC Address as Unique Identifier
The switch chassis requires a unique identifier in order to be recognized by other devices in the network.
The base chassis MAC address, which is automatically allocated by the switch, serves as this identifier.
The base chassis MAC address is always the start MAC address listed in the switch’s default
MAC range 1.
Viewing the Base Chassis MAC Address
To display the switch’s base chassis MAC address, use the show mac-range command to display the
default MAC range 1. Be sure to specify the MAC range number ( 1 ), as shown below:
-> show mac-range 1
The following information displays:
Mac
Local/
Range Row Status
Global
Start Mac Addr
End Mac Addr
-----+----------------+--------+------------------+-----------------01
ACTIVE
GLOBAL
00:d0:95:6a:79:6e 00:d0:95:6a:79:8d
Because MAC address 00:d0:95:6a:79:6e is the first address in default MAC range 1, it is automatically
allocated as the base chassis MAC address and, therefore, serves as a unique identifier for the switch as a
whole.
Determining Current MAC Address Allocation on the Switch
To quickly view all allocated MAC addresses, use the show mac-range alloc command. For example:
-> show mac-range
Mac
Local/
Range Row Status
Global
Start Mac Addr
End Mac Addr
-----+----------------+--------+------------------+-----------------01
ACTIVE
GLOBAL
00:d0:95:12:db:60 00:d0:95:12:db:61
03
ACTIVE
GLOBAL
00:d0:95:12:db:62 00:d0:95:12:db:7d
Base Chassis MAC Address in Stacked Configurations
In stacked configurations of two or more OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches, the base MAC address for
the stack (also referred to as the virtual chassis) is always provided by the primary switch.
If a failover occurs and another switch assumes the primary role, the stack’s base MAC address changes to
the address provided by the new primary switch.
For detailed information on stacked configurations, refer to Chapter 4, “Managing OmniSwitch 6600
Family Stacks.”
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3
Installing and Managing
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is supported on OmniSwitch 6600-P24 switches and provides inline power
directly from the switch’s Ethernet ports. Powered Devices (PDs) such as IP phones, wireless LAN
stations, Ethernet hubs, and other access points can be plugged directly into the Ethernet ports. From these
RJ-45 ports the devices receive both electrical power and data flow.
Because the feature reduces devices’ dependence on conventional power sources, PoE eliminates many
restrictions that traditional electrical considerations have imposed on networks.
In a PoE configuration, power source equipment (PSE) detects the presence of a PD and provides an electrical current that is conducted along the data cable. The PD operates using the power received via the
Ethernet data cable; no connection to an additional power source (e.g., an AC wall socket) is required.
Note on Terminology. There are several general terms used to describe this feature. The terms Power
over Ethernet (PoE), Power over LAN (PoL), Power on LAN (PoL), and Inline Power are synonymous
terms used to describe the powering of attached devices via Ethernet ports. For consistency, this chapter
and the CLI Command Reference Guide refer to the feature as Power over Ethernet (PoE).
Additional terms, such as Powered Device (PD) and Power Source Equipment (PSE) are terms that are not
synonymous with PoE, but are directly related to the feature:
• PD refers to any attached device that uses a PoE data cable as its only source of power. Examples
include access points such as IP telephones, Ethernet hubs, wireless LAN stations, etc.
• PSE refers to power sourcing equipment which provides power to a single link section. PSE main func-
tions include searching the PD, optionally classifying the PD, supplying power to the link section only
if the PD is detected, monitoring the power on the link section, and scaling power back to detect level
when power is no longer requested or required.
Because OmniSwitch 6600-P24 switches fully support 10/100 Ethernet connectivity, you may also attach
non-PD equipment—such as computer workstations, printers, servers, etc.—to the PoE ports. See
Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components,” for more information on the
OmniSwitch 6600-P24 chassis.
Important. Alcatel recommends that PoE-enabled switches with attached IP telephones should have operational power supply redundancy at all times for 911 emergency requirements. In addition, both the
OS6600-P24 and the OS6600-BPS-P should be plugged into an Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS).
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In This Chapter
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
In This Chapter
This chapter provides specifications and descriptions of hardware and software used to provide PoE for
attached devices.
The chapter also provides information on configuring PoE settings on the switch through the Command
Line Interface (CLI). CLI commands are used in the configuration examples; for more details about the
syntax of commands, see the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide. Topics and configuration procedures
described in this chapter include:
• Power over Ethernet Specifications on page 3-3
• Slot Numbering on page 3-4
• Viewing Power Status on page 3-4
• Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters on page 3-5
• Understanding Priority Disconnect on page 3-9
• Monitoring Power over Ethernet via the CLI on page 3-11
• Power over Ethernet Tutorial on page 3-12
Note. You can also monitor all chassis components and manage many chassis features, including Power
over Ethernet, with WebView, Alcatel’s embedded web-based device management application. WebView
is an interactive and easy-to-use GUI that can be launched from OmniVista or a web browser. Please refer
to WebView’s online documentation for more information.
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Power over Ethernet Specifications
Power over Ethernet Specifications
The table below lists general specifications for Alcatel’s Power over Ethernet support. For more detailed
power supply and Power Source Equipment (PSE) specifications, refer to Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600
Family Chassis and Hardware Components.”
IEEE Standards supported
IEEE 802.3af DTE Power via MDI
Default PoE administrative status
Enabled
Default PoE operational status
Disabled (PoE must be activated on a switchby-switch basis via the lanpower start command.)
OmniSwitch 6600 Family platforms supporting PoE
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
Backup power supply for the OS6600-P24
OS6600-BPS-P
Cable distances supported
100 meters (approx.)
Total number of PoE-capable ports per OmniSwitch
6600-P24
24
Maximum number of PoE-capable ports per stack
192
Default amount of inline power allocated for each port
15400 milliwatts
Range of inline power allowed for each port
3000–20000 milliwatts
PoE Current draw
Approximately 4.3 Amps
PoE Power
Approximately 210 watts
Range of inline power allowed for each switch in a stack 37–210 watts
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Viewing OS6600-BPS-P Status
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Viewing OS6600-BPS-P Status
To view the current status of power supplies installed in the backup power supply, use the show power
command as shown below.
-> show power 2
Power Supplies in chassis 2
PS
Operational Status
-----+------------------PS-1
UP
PS-2
UP
The OS6600-BPS-P will always display as “PS-2”. For detailed information on show power command
output, refer to the CLI Command Reference Guide.
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Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters
Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters
Power over Ethernet Defaults
The following table lists the defaults for PoE configuration:
Parameter Description
Command(s)
Default Value/Comments
PoE operational status
lanpower start or lanpower stop
Disabled
Total power allocated to a port
lanpower power
15.4 Watts
Total power allocated to an
entire OS6600-P24 chassis
lanpower maxpower
210 Watts
Power priority level for a port
lanpower priority
low
The capacitor detection method
lanpower capacitor-detection
Disabled
Priority disconnect status
lanpower priority-disconnect
Enabled
Understanding and Modifying the Default Settings
The sections below provide information on each of the key components within the Power over Ethernet
software. They include information on PoE-related CLI commands. For detailed information on PoErelated commands, refer to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
Setting the PoE Operational Status
Enabling PoE
By default, Power over Ethernet is administratively enabled in the switch’s system software. However, in
order to physically activate PoE, you must issue the lanpower start command on a slot-by-slot basis
before any connected PDs will receive inline power.
To activate power to PoE-capable ports in a switch, enter the corresponding slot number only. For example:
-> lanpower start 3
Note. You cannot activate PoE for more than one switch in a stack at a time. Also, an OmniSwitch 6600P24 must have the corresponding slot number.
If power to a particular port has been disconnected via the lanpower stop command, you can reactivate
power to the port by specifying both the slot and port in the command line. For example:
-> lanpower start 3/11
Note. You cannot use the slot/port syntax to initially activate PoE on a port. This syntax is intended only
to reactivate power to those ports that have been disconnected via the lanpower stop command. To
initially activate PoE, you must use the lanpower start slot syntax only, as described above.
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Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Disabling PoE
To disable PoE on a particular slot or port, use the lanpower stop command.
To disable PoE on a specific PoE-capable port, enter a slot/port number. For example:
-> lanpower stop 8/22
To disable PoE for all PoE-capable ports in a slot, enter the corresponding slot number only.
For example:
-> lanpower stop 8
Configuring the Total Power Allocated to a Port
By default, PoE automatically allocates 15400 milliwatts for each port on the OmniSwitch 6600-P24
switch. In other words, each port is authorized by the system software to use up to 15400 milliwatts to
power any attached device.
You can either increase or decrease this value. Values may range from 3000 to 20000 milliwatts.
Increasing the total power allocated to an individual port may provide a more demanding Powered Device
(PD) with additional power required for operation. Decreasing the total power allocated to a port helps
preserve inline power and assists in the overall management of the switch’s power budget.
To increase or decrease the total power allocated to an individual port, use the lanpower power command.
Because you are setting the power allowance for an individual port, you must specify a
slot/port number in the command line. For example, the syntax
-> lanpower 3/12 power 3000
reduces the power allowance on port 12 of the OmniSwitch 6600-P24 switch 3 to 3000 milliwatts. This
new value is now the maximum amount of power the port can use to power any attached device (until the
value is modified by the user).
Configuring the Total Power Allocated to a Switch
Like the maximum port power allowance, the system software also provides a maximum slot-wide power
allowance. By default, the switch allocates 210 watts for each OmniSwitch 6600-P24 installed in a stack.
In other words, each slot is authorized by the system software to use up to 210 watts to power all devices
connected to its ports.
As with the maximum port power allowance, the user can either increase or decrease this value. Values
may range from 37 to 210 watts.
Increasing the total power allocated to a slot may provide more demanding Powered Devices (PDs) with
additional power required for operation. Decreasing the total power allocated to a slot helps preserve inline
power and assists in the overall management of the switch’s power budget.
Important. Before changing the maximum slot-wide power allowance, you must disable PoE for the slot
via the lanpower stop command. Once the new value is assigned, re-enable PoE for the slot via the
lanpower start command.
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Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters
To increase or decrease the total power allocated to a slot, use the lanpower maxpower command.
Because you are setting the power allowance for an individual slot, you must specify a slot number in the
command line. For example, the syntax
-> lanpower 3 maxpower 80
reduces the power allowance of OmniSwitch 6600-P24 slot 3 to 80 watts. This value is now the maximum amount of power the slot can use to power all attached devices (until the value is modified by the
user).
Setting Port Priority Levels
Because not all Powered Devices (PDs) connected to the switch have the same priority within a customer
network setting, OmniSwitch 6600-P24 switches allow the user to specify priority levels on a port-by-port
basis. Priority levels include low, high, and critical. The default priority level for a port is low.
• Low. This default value is used for port(s) that have low-priority devices attached. In the event of a
power management issue, inline power to low-priority ports is interrupted first (i.e., before critical and
high-priority ports).
• High. This value is used for port(s) that have important, but not mission-critical, devices attached. If
other ports in the chassis have been configured as critical, inline power to high-priority ports is given
second priority.
• Critical. This value is used for port(s) that have mission-critical devices attached, and therefore require
top (i.e., critical) priority. In the event of a power management issue, inline power to critical ports is
maintained as long as possible.
To change the priority level for a particular port, use the lanpower priority command. Because the switch
allows you to set priority levels on a port-by-port basis, be sure to specify slot/port information in the
command line. For example, the syntax
-> lanpower 8/22 priority critical
changes the priority value of port 22 of OmniSwitch 6600-P24 slot 8 to the highest priority level of critical. Now that the default value has been reconfigured, this port should be reserved for those PDs that are
mission critical for network operations.
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Configuring Power over Ethernet Parameters
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Setting the Capacitor Detection Method
By default, the PowerDsine capacitor detection method is disabled on the OmniSwitch 6600-P24. To
enable it use the lanpower capacitor-detection command by entering lanpower capacitor-detection
followed by the slot number of the OmniSwitch 6600-P24 and enable.
For example, to enable the capacitor detection method on the OS6600-P24 with slot number 2 enter:
-> lanpower capacitor-detection 2 enable
To disable it use the lanpower capacitor-detection command by entering lanpower capacitor-detection
followed by the slot number of the OS6600-P24 and disable.
For example, to disable the capacitor detection method on the OS6600-P24 with slot number 2 enter:
-> lanpower capacitor-detection 2 disable
Note. The capacitive detection method should only be enabled support legacy IP phones only—this feature
is not compatible with IEEE specification 802.3af. Please contact your Alcatel sales engineer or Customer
Support representative to find out which Alcatel IP phones models need capacitive detection enabled.
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Understanding Priority Disconnect
Understanding Priority Disconnect
The priority disconnect function differs from the port priority function described on page 3-7 in that it
applies only to the addition of powered devices (PDs) in tight power budget conditions. Priority disconnect is used by the system software in determining whether an incoming PD will be granted or denied
power when there are too few watts remaining in the PoE power budget for an additional device. For
example, if there are only 2 watts available in the current PoE power budget and a user plugs a 3.5W
powered device into a PoE port, the system software must determine whether the device will be powered
on. Based on priority disconnect rules, in some cases one or more existing devices may be powered down
in order to accommodate the incoming device. In other cases, the incoming device will be denied power.
Priority disconnect rules involve the port priority status of an incoming device (i.e., low, high, and critical), as well as the port’s physical port number (i.e., 1–24). Understanding priority disconnect rules is
especially helpful in avoiding power budget deficits and the unintentional shutdown of mission-critical
devices when PDs are being added in tight power budget conditions. For detailed information on how
priority disconnect uses port priority and port number criteria for determining the power status of incoming PDs, refer to the illustrated examples on pages 3-10 through 3-11.
Reminder. Priority disconnect only applies when there is inadequate power remaining in the power
budget for an incoming device.
For information setting the priority disconnect status, refer to the section below. For information on setting
the port priority status (a separate function from priority disconnect), refer to “Setting Port Priority
Levels” on page 3-7.
Setting Priority Disconnect Status
By default, priority disconnect is enabled in the switch’s system software. For information on changing
the priority disconnect status, refer to the information below.
Disabling Priority Disconnect
When priority disconnect is disabled and there is inadequate power in the budget for an additional device,
power will be denied to any incoming PD, regardless of its port priority status (i.e., low, high, and critical) or physical port number (i.e., 1–24).
To disable priority disconnect, use the lanpower priority-disconnect command. Because the switch
allows you to set priority disconnect status on a slot-by-slot basis, be sure to specify the slot number in the
command line. For example, the syntax
-> lanpower 2 priority-disconnect disable
disables the priority disconnect function on OmniSwitch 6600-P24 slot 2.
Enabling Priority Disconnect
To enable priority disconnect, use the lanpower priority-disconnect command. Be sure to specify the slot
number in the command line. For example, the syntax
-> lanpower 8 priority-disconnect enable
enables priority disconnect on OmniSwitch 6600-P24 slot 8.
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Understanding Priority Disconnect
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Priority Disconnect is Enabled; Same Priority Level on All PD Ports
Reminder. Priority disconnect examples are only applicable when there is inadequate power remaining to
power an incoming device.
When a PD is being connected to a port with the same priority level as all other ports in the slot, the physical port number is used to determine whether the incoming PD will be granted or denied power. Lowernumbered ports receive higher priority than higher-numbered ports. In other words, a PD connected to
Port 1 will have a higher power priority than a PD connected to Port 2; a PD connected to Port 23 will
have a higher power priority than a PD connected to Port 24. In order to avoid a power budget deficit,
another port in the slot is disconnected. In determining which port to power off, the system software
disconnects the port with the highest physical port number.
Priority Disconnect is Enabled; Incoming PD Port has Highest Priority Level
Reminder. Priority disconnect examples are only applicable when there is inadequate power remaining to
power an incoming device.
When a PD is being connected to a port with a higher priority level than all other ports in the slot, the
incoming PD will automatically be granted power over the other devices, regardless of its physical port
number.
In order to avoid a power budget deficit, another port in the slot is disconnected. In determining which port
to power off, the system software first selects the port with the lowest configured priority level. For example, if a critical priority device is being added to a slot in which five existing devices are attached to high
priority ports and one device is attached to a low priority port, the low priority port is automatically
disconnected, regardless of its physical port number.
If all existing devices are attached to ports with the same lower priority level, the system software disconnects the port with both the lowest priority level and the highest physical port number. For example, if a
critical priority device is being added to a slot in which six existing devices are attached to high priority
ports, the high priority port with the highest physical port number is automatically disconnected.
Priority Disconnect is Enabled; Incoming PD Port has Lowest Priority Level
Reminder. Priority disconnect examples are only applicable when there is inadequate power remaining to
power an incoming device.
When a PD is being connected to a port with a lower priority level than all other ports in the slot, the
incoming PD will be denied power, regardless of its physical port number. Devices connected to other
higher-priority ports will continue operating without interruption.
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Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Monitoring Power over Ethernet via the CLI
Priority Disconnect is Disabled
Reminder. Priority disconnect examples are only applicable when there is inadequate power remaining to
power an incoming device.
When priority disconnect is disabled, power will be denied to any incoming PD, regardless of its port
priority status (i.e., low, high, and critical) or physical port number (i.e., 1–24).
Monitoring Power over Ethernet via the CLI
To monitor current PoE statistics and settings, use the show lanpower command. The command output
displays a list of all current PoE-capable ports, along with the following information for each port:
• Maximum power allocated to the port, in milliwatts
• Actual power used by the port
• Current port status
• Power priority status
• Power on/off status
Aggregate slot and chassis management information also displays. This information includes:
• Maximum watts allocated to the corresponding slot
• Amount of power budget remaining that can be allocated for PoE modules
• Total amount of power remaining that can be allocated for additional switch functions
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Monitoring Power over Ethernet via the CLI
Installing and Managing Power over Ethernet (PoE)
When entering the show lanpower command, you must include a valid slot number in the command line
syntax. For example:
-> show lanpower 1
Port Maximum(mW) Actual Used(mW)
Status
Priority On/Off
----+-----------+---------------+-----------+---------+-----1
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
2
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
3
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
4
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
5
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
6
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
7
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
8
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
9
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
10
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
11
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
12
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
13
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
14
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
15
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
16
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
17
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
18
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
19
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
20
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
21
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
22
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
23
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
24
15400
0
Powered Off
Low
ON
Slot 1 Max Watts 210
0 Watts Total Power Budget Remaining
210 Watts Total Power Budget Available
1 Power Supplies Available
Note. For detailed information on show lanpower command output, refer to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
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4
Managing OmniSwitch
6600 Family Stacks
In addition to working as individual stand-alone switches, OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches can also be
linked together to work as a single virtual switch known as a stack. With stacks you can easily expand
your switching capacity simply by adding additional switches. In addition, stacks provide enhanced resiliency and redundancy features.
Note. See Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components,” for information on
managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches in a stand-alone configuration.
In This Chapter
The chapter describes basic steps to configure up to eight (8) OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches into a
stack. In addition, procedures using Command Line Interface (CLI) commands to monitor the status of
stacks are also provided.
Procedures described in this chapter include:
• Setting up a stacked configuration on page 4-8.
• Managing switches on a stack on page 4-16.
• Monitoring stacks with CLI commands on page 4-19.
Note. You can also monitor the status and configuration of stacks with WebView, Alcatel’s embedded
web-based device management application. WebView is an interactive and easy-to-use GUI that can be
launched from OmniVista or a web browser. Please refer to WebView’s online documentation for more
information.
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Specifications and Default Values
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Specifications and Default Values
The table below lists specifications for OmniSwitch 6600 Family stacks.
Minimum number of switches in a stack.
2
Maximum number of switches in a stack.
8
Stacking module kits (which include stacking
module and cables) model number
(OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and
6648 only)
OS66-STK-KIT (30 cm cable) and OS66-RST-KIT (1
meter cable)
Stacking port locations on an OmniSwitch 6624,
6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6602-24
Ports 25 and 26
Stacking port locations on an OmniSwitch 6648
and 6602-48
Ports 51 and 52
The table below lists default values for OmniSwitch 6600 Family stacks.
Parameter Description
Configuration Steps
Default Value
Switch slot number
See “Assigning Slot Numbers” on
page 4-8.
8
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Stack Overview
Stack Overview
By default, OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches operate in stand-alone mode. You can also configure two
to eight OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches (in any combination of OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600P24, 6648, 6602-24, and 6602-48 switches) into one large virtual chassis known as a stack. With stacks,
you can easily expand your switching capacity simply by adding additional switches. For example, you
can start with a stack composed of two switches and add switches (up to eight) as network demands
increase.
Note on Terminology. In the user guides provided with your OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch, the terms
switch, slot and NI (Network Interface) refer to individual OmniSwitch 6600 Family units in stand-alone
mode or within a stack. The term CMM (Chassis Management Module) refers to OmniSwitch 6600
Family units operating in a stack in a primary or secondary CMM role. (OmniSwitch 6600 Family
switches operating in an idle CMM role would normally be referred to as a switch, slot, or, NI.)
Stacks also provide enhanced resiliency and redundancy features. If a switch in a stack goes down or is
offline, the stack will continue to operate without user intervention. In addition, when a switch autosynchronizes at boot-up or if you manually synchronize the switches (see “Synchronizing Switches in a
Stack” on page 4-17 for more information) switch operating software and configuration parameters are
backed up on all switches in the stack. Therefore if software is corrupted or damaged the original operating software and parameters can be recovered.
Switches are connected to each other in a stack with stacking modules. (See Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600
Family Chassis and Hardware Components,” in this manual for more information.) These stacking
modules provide high-speed, dual-redundant links between switches in a stack. The figure below shows an
example of a stack composed of four switches. Every switch in a stack is connected to other switches in a
stack in a dual-redundant “daisy-chain” manner.
This stack is composed of four OmniSwitch
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OmniSwitch 6600 Family Hardware Users Guide
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Stack Overview
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Stacking Resiliency and Redundancy
The figure on page 4-3 shows a sample way to connect switches in a four-switch stack to ensure dualredundant connections. Except for the bottommost switch in the stack, Port 52 is connected to Port 51 on
the switch below it with a 30 centimeter stacking cable. On the bottommost switch Port 52 is connected to
Port 51 on the topmost switch in the stack with a 1 meter redundant stacking cable. If a stacking connection goes down data can still flow between all the switches in the stack. In addition, if a switch goes down
traffic can still flow between the switches that are still operating.
Note. See “Redundant Stack Connection” on page 4-13 for more information.
Slot Numbers within a Stack
By default, the slot number for OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches is 8. In a stand-alone configuration you
would enter 8 when a Command Line Interface (CLI) command requires a slot number. For example, to
create VLAN 10 on port 1 on an OmniSwitch 6600 Family with the default slot number you would enter
-> vlan 10 port default 8/1
In a stack, each switch must have a unique slot number, which is configured by the user. (See “Managing
Switches in a Stack” on page 4-16 for more information.) This slot number can be any whole number
between 1 and 8.
For example, if you have assigned slot number 2 to a switch you would enter
-> vlan 10 port default 2/1
The slot number for each switch is stored in the root /flash directory in the boot.slot.cfg file. This file must
exist on every switch in a stack or the stack will not be able to operate correctly. If you accidently delete
this file the switch will revert to the default slot number of 8 and will operate in standby mode. To restore
the slot number and rejoin the switch to the stack you must physically change the slot by following the
steps described in Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components,” and reboot
the switch.
Note. In a stack consisting of three or more switches a switch that had a primary or secondary CMM role
will rejoin the stack in an idle mode.
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Stack Overview
CMM Roles in a Stack
When OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches operate in a stack, one switch in the stack will always have a
primary CMM (Chassis Management Module) software role within the stack. This switch will be responsible for functions such as software and configuration management, web-based management (i.e.,
WebView), SNMP management, switch diagnostics, and software rollback.
Another switch will have a secondary CMM role. This switch acts as a backup, which is always ready to
assume the primary CMM role in the stack if the switch with the primary CMM role fails or goes offline.
Any additional switches will have an idle CMM role in the stack. These switches operate similarly to
Network Interfaces (NIs) in a chassis-based switch.
By default, the primary—or management—role will be given to the switch with the lowest chassis MAC
address. All other switches in the stack will be in non-operational status until slot numbers are assigned by
the user and the stack is manually rebooted.
Once unique slot numbers are assigned to switches in a stack, the switch with the lowest slot number will
assume the primary CMM role while the switch with the next lowest slot number will assume the secondary CMM role when the stack firsts boots up. Any other switches in the stack will assume an idle CMM
role. For example, in a stack with switches numbered 2, 5, 7, and 8, Switch 2 will assume the primary role,
Switch 5 will assume the secondary role while switches 7 and 8 will assume idle roles.
In a stack, if the switch with the primary CMM role fails or goes offline for any reason, all the other
switches in the stack are instantly notified. The switch with the secondary CMM role automatically
assumes the primary role. In a stack consisting of two switches, the switch that had the primary role will
assume the secondary role if it comes back online. In a stack consisting of three or more switches the
switch with the next lowest slot number will be assigned the secondary CMM role while the switch that
was originally primary will have an idle CMM role if it comes back online.
Note. If a primary switch goes down in a stack consisting of three or more switches and then comes back
online again, it will assume an idle CMM role, not the secondary role. If you want a switch with an idle
role and the lowest slot number in a stack to regain the primary CMM role you must reboot all the
switches in the stack. (See “Resetting All Switches in a Stack” on page 4-18 for more information.)
CMM Role Redundancy
CMM role redundancy is one of the stack’s most important failover features. The switch with the primary
CMM role manages the current switch operations, the switch with the secondary CMM role provides
backup (also referred to as “failover”), and any remaining switches in the stack are in an idle CMM role.
For CMM redundancy, the software on all the switches in the stack must be synchronized. (Refer to
“Synchronizing Switches in a Stack” on page 4-17 for more information.)
The figure on the following page illustrates the CMM failover sequence:
1 Switch 1 is operating in the primary CMM mode. Switch 2 is operating in the secondary mode—i.e., it
is functioning with the standby CMM role and is ready to take over chassis management functions in the
event of a failure of the switch with the primary CMM role.
2 Switch 1 fails or is taken offline (e.g., the switch is physically removed from the stack).
3 Switch 2 automatically assumes the primary CMM role.
4 Switch 3 automatically assumes the secondary CMM role.
5 Switch 4 remains in the Idle CMM role.
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Stack Overview
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Please note that in this example Switch 1 will assume an idle CMM role if it comes back on line.
Switch 1
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CLI Commands Supported
on Both the Primary and Secondary Role Switches
Although most CLI commands are executed when logged into the switch with primary CMM role, there is
a group of commands that is supported when logged in to either the switch with primary role or the switch
with the secondary CMM role. For a list of these commands, refer to the tables below. The tables are
grouped by chapter according to the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide.
CMM Commands
reload
takeover
install
debug chassis auto-reboot
show running-directory
show reload
show microcode
show stack topology
Chassis Management and Monitoring Commands
show system
show hardware info
show chassis
show module
show module long
show module status
show cmm
show ni
delete
cp
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install
File Management Commands
cd
pwd
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ls
dir
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rm
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Stack Overview
Switch Logging and Monitoring Commands
swlog
swlog appid level
swlog output
show log swlog
show swlog
debug ktrace
debug ktrace appid level
debug ktrace show
debug systrace
debug systrace appid level
debug systrace show
debug systrace show log
debug memory monitor
debug memory monitor show log
Memory Monitoring Commands
show log pmd
Session Management Commands
session timeout
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September 2006
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Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
In order to set up a new stacked OmniSwitch 6600 Family configuration, you must complete the following steps, in the order they are listed:
1 Individually assign slot numbers to all switches
2 Attach all required stacking cables
3 Boot the newly-configured stack
For OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches, the term “slot” refers to the priority status of the switch within the
stacked configuration. Slot numbers may range from 1 to 8. For detailed instructions on setting up a stack,
refer to the sections below.
Assigning Slot Numbers
Before assigning slot numbers to switches in a stacked configuration, note the following important
guidelines:
• The slot number is displayed by the slot indicator LED located on the left side of the chassis front panel
(refer to “Status LEDs” on page 2-18 for more information).
• Slot numbers do not need to be sequential. However, each switch in a stack must have a unique slot
number. If duplicate slot numbers are encountered, an error will occur and the stack will be disabled.
• The top switch in the stack does not have to be designated as slot 1.
• By default, the primary—or management—role will be given to the switch with the lowest chassis
MAC address. All other switches in the stack will be in non-operational status until slot numbers are
assigned by the user and the stack is manually rebooted.
• After manually assigning the slot assignments for all switches and rebooting the stack, the primary role
will be given to the switch with the lowest slot number. The secondary role will be given to the switch
with the next-lowest number. All additional switches with higher numbers will be given idle status.
• Changing the slot number of a chassis does not immediately change its management role (i.e., primary,
secondary, or idle). You must reboot all the switches in the stack before these changes will take effect.
• Refer to the illustration on page 4-10 for one of many valid slot numbering possibilities.
To assign a new slot number to one or more switches in a stack, follow the steps below:
1 To change the slot number, gently insert a pointed item, such as the open, pointed end of a paper clip,
into the small hole (labeled SEL) below the slot number LED on the switch’s front panel. The LED
display will begin to flash. You can manually change the slot number as long as the LED continues to
flash.
Note. The LED may also advance by one number when the SEL button is initially pressed.
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
2 Change the slot number by gently pressing the pointed item into the SEL hole again. Each time the
SEL button is pressed, the LED display increases or decreases in increments of one.
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desired slot number, then hold in the SEL button until the LED decreases one increment (to your desired
number) and stops flashing.
4 Power off the switch.
5 Continue steps 1 through 4 for any additional switches that are being assigned new slot numbers.
6 Continue to “Connecting Cables to Stacking Ports” on page 4-11.
Note. Refer to the illustration on page 4-10 for one of many valid slot numbering possibilities.
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Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Connecting Cables to Stacking Ports
On OmniSwitch 6624, 6600-U24, 6600-P24, and 6648 switches only, note the following important guidelines before connecting stacking cables to stacking modules:
• Before attempting to connect OS6624, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24, and OS6648 switches in a stacked
configuration, be sure that stacking modules are installed in the EXPANSION/STACKING slots of all
switches. The stacking module provides two dedicated High Speed Serial Data Connectors (HSSDCs)
at ports 27 and 28 (OS6624, OS6600-U24, and 6600-P24) or 51 and 52 (OS6648). For detailed information on installing stacking modules, refer to “Installing Uplink and Stacking Modules” on
page 2-40.
• Stacking modules can only be installed in the far-right module slot. This slot is labeled EXPANSION/
STACKING and contains port positions 27 and 28 (OS6624, OS6600-U24, and 6600-P24) or 51 and
52 (OS6648).
• Do not attempt to install the stacking module at the EXPANSION slot at port positions 25 and 26
(OS6624, OS6600-U24, and 6600-P24) or 49 and 50 (OS6648).
On all OmniSwitch 6600 Family switches, note the following important guidelines before connecting
stacking cables to stacking modules:
• If you have not already individually assigned slot numbers and powered off each switch, do not
connect stacking cables to the stacking ports. Instead, refer to “Assigning Slot Numbers” on page 4-8
and follow the instructions for assigning slot numbers to each switch.
• Port numbers are clearly marked on the chassis front panel.
• For information on setting up stack redundancy, refer to “Redundant Stack Connection” on page 4-13.
To connect stacking cables to stacking modules and link your OmniSwitch 6600 Family switch into a
virtual chassis, follow the steps below:
1 Starting from the top of the stack, attach one end of a 30 cm stacking cable to a High Speed Serial Data
Connector (HSSDC) port, as shown.
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Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
2 Next, attach the other end of the cable to a HSSDC connector on the switch immediately below. Repeat
this procedure until all switches in the stack are connected (see illustrations a, b, and c below).
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Note. There are no restrictions on which HSSDC stacking ports must be connected. For example, a stacking cable connected to port 51 on an OS6648 may be connected to either port 51 or port 52 on the OS6648
immediately below. However, for easier management, it is recommended that you keep a consistent
pattern for all switches in the stack.
3 To provide added resiliency and redundancy, it is strongly recommended that you install the optional
one-meter stacking cable to connect the top switch in the stack to the bottom switch in the stack. Use the
unused HSSDC stacking connectors located at ports 27 and 28 (OS6624, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24, and
OS6602-24) or 51 and 52 (OS6648 and OS6602-48) of each switch, as shown. For more information on
stack redundancy and the one-meter stacking cable, refer to “Redundant Stack Connection” on page 4-13.
Note. The one-meter stacking cable is available with Alcatel’s optional Redundant Stacking Kit.
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Redundant Stack Connection
The figure below shows how the redundant connection (provided by the OS66STK-CBL1M cable)
between the top and bottom switches in the stack ensures that data will continue to flow throughout the
stack, even in the unlikely event of a connection failure between two switches.
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In this example, there is a VLAN with an
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between switches 1 and 2.
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Stacking Cable Redundancy Example
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Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Booting the Stack
In order for the switches in the stack to operate using their newly-assigned slot numbers, all switches in the
stack must be manually booted.
Important. Whenever booting a stacked configuration, note that the primary switch will automatically
distribute its system and configuration software to all switches in the stack whenever the virtual chassis
boots. During this automatic software synchronization, system and configuration software on the secondary and idle switches is overwritten. Because the primary switch’s “last known good” software is propagated to all switches, the synchronization process helps ensure effective redundancy across the stack.
To manually boot the stack, follow the steps below.
1 Power on all switches by moving the on/off switch for each switch to the on ( | ) position.
Important. Be sure to power on all switches in the stack in rapid succession. If you do not power up all
switches within approximately three seconds, switches may take unintended stack management roles.
2 If back up power supplies are installed in one or more switches in the stack, power on all back up
power supplies at this time.
Verifying Slot Number Assignments
After the stack is completely booted, all switches in the stack operate using the user-assigned slot
numbers. To verify the slot numbers for each switch, refer to the slot indicator LED on the front panel of
each switch. For more information, refer to “Status LEDs” on page 2-18.
Verifying Primary and Secondary Status for the Stack
Primary, Secondary and Idle switch status is indicated by the PRI and SEC LEDs. The PRI and SEC LEDs
on the switch’s front panel are the most accurate and reliable method for determining the current role of a
switch within a stacked configuration.
PRI LED
Now that the stack has been configured and booted, the primary—or management—role should be
assigned to the switch with the lowest assigned slot number. In other words, if you assigned a switch in the
stack as slot 1, this switch should have the primary role.
To verify this, check the PRI LED on the front panel of the switch with the lowest assigned slot number.
The PRI LED should be illuminated solid green.
SEC LED
The secondary role is given to the switch with the next-lowest number.
To verify this, check the SEC LED on the front panel of the switch with the next-lowest assigned slot
number. The SEC LED should be illuminated solid green.
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Setting Up a Stacked Configuration
Idle Status
All additional switches with higher numbers will be given idle status. The PRI and SEC LEDs for these
switches will be off.
Additional LED Descriptions. For complete descriptions of OmniSwitch 6600 Family LED states, see
“Status LEDs” on page 2-18.
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Managing Switches in a Stack
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Managing Switches in a Stack
Most Command Line Interface (CLI) commands can be used to configure OmniSwitch 6600 Family
switches operating in either stand-alone or stack configuration. This section describes how to use CLI
commands to manage switches operating in a stack.
Note. You must be logged into a switch in a stack with either the primary Chassis Management Module
(CMM) or secondary CMM role to use CLI commands. You cannot log into a switch in an idle role.
These functions include reloading switches with a primary or secondary CMM role (see “Reloading a
Switch with a Primary or Secondary CMM Role” on page 4-16), synchronizing flash memory in the stack
(see “Synchronizing Switches in a Stack” on page 4-17), managing the Chassis Management Module
(CMM) roles in a stack (“Changing the Secondary CMM Role to Primary” on page 4-17), and resetting all
switches in a stack (“Resetting All Switches in a Stack” on page 4-18).
Note. See Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components,” chapter in this
manual for more information on managing individual switches.
Reloading a Switch with a Primary or Secondary CMM Role
You can reload a switch with either the primary or secondary CMM role using the CLI’s reload
command. For information on using this command, refer to the “Managing CMM Directory Content”
chapter in the OmniSwitch 6600 Family Switch Management Guide. A CMM reload is essentially a soft
boot of the switch. Note that you can reload only one switch at a time with this command.
Note. See “Resetting All Switches in a Stack” on page 4-18 for information on reloading all switches in a
stack.
Reloading the Switch with the Primary CMM Role
If the switch with the primary CMM role is reloaded, the switch with the secondary CMM role automatically takes over primary management functions. In other words, the switch with the secondary CMM role
assumes the primary CMM role as soon as the reload is initiated.
If there are only two switches in the stack then the reloaded switch will assume the secondary—or redundant—CMM role. If there are three or more switches in the stack then the reloaded switch will assume an
idle role when the reload sequence is complete. The idle switch with the lowest slot number will assume
the secondary CMM role.
Reloading the Switch with the Secondary CMM Role
If the switch with secondary CMM role is reloaded, then the idle switch with the lowest slot number will
become secondary. The reloaded switch (i.e., the former secondary) will assume an idle role. The switch
with the primary CMM role continues all operations without interruption.
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Managing Switches in a Stack
Synchronizing Switches in a Stack
“CMM” synchronization refers to the process of copying all files in the /flash/working and /flash/
certified directories of the switch with the primary Chassis Management Module (CMM) role to the
/flash/working and /flash/certified directories of all the other switches in the stack. (This includes the
switch with the secondary CMM role and all the switches with an idle CMM role.)
This synchronization process ensures that these directories match exactly for all switches in the stack.
Synchronization prevents any switch in the stack from assuming the primary role with incorrect or
outdated software or configuration files.
Important. In order to have effective redundancy, switches in the stack must be synchronized at all times.
To synchronize the switches in the stack, enter the following command at the CLI prompt:
-> copy working certified flash-syncro
For more information on CMM synchronization and managing the /flash/working and /flash/certified
directories, refer to the “Managing CMM Directory Content” chapter in the OmniSwitch 6600 Family
Switch Management Guide.
Changing the Secondary CMM Role to Primary
To change a switch with a secondary role to primary use the takeover command. For example, while
logged into either the primary or secondary switch enter:
-> takeover
at the CLI prompt. In a stack consisting of two switches the primary switch will become secondary. In a
stack consisting of three or more switches the secondary switch will become primary, the idle switch with
lowest slot number will become secondary, and the switch that was primary will become idle.
You can determine the current CMM role of a switch by examining the PRI and SEC LEDs on the
switch’s front panel. Refer to Chapter 2, “OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components,”
for more information. You can also use the show running-directory command to display whether the
switch into which you are currently logged is primary or secondary. For example:
-> show running-directory
CONFIGURATION STATUS
Running CMM
:
CMM Mode
:
Current CMM Slot
:
Running configuration
:
Certify/Restore Status
:
SYNCHRONIZATION STATUS
Flash Between CMMs
:
Running Configuration
:
Stacks Reload on Takeover:
PRIMARY,
DUAL CMMs,
1,
WORKING,
CERTIFY NEEDED
SYNCHRONIZED,
NOT AVAILABLE,
ALL STACKs (SW Activation)
In this example, the user is currently logged in to the switch with the primary CMM role.
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Managing Switches in a Stack
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Note. Before using the takeover command, verify that the switches in the stack are synchronized. Otherwise, data flow and switch management functions may be interrupted due to incorrect or outdated software when a switch takes over the primary CMM role. For more information, refer to “Synchronizing
Switches in a Stack” on page 4-17.
Stack Behavior During Takeover
If there are no unsaved configuration changes and the flash directories on both the primary and secondary
switches in a stack have been synchronized via the copy flash-synchro command, no modules will be
reloaded if a takeover occurs. As a result, data flow is not interrupted on the modules during the takeover.
If a configuration change is made to one or more modules (e.g., a VLAN is configured on several different interfaces), and the changes are not saved via the write memory command, the corresponding modules
will automatically reload if a takeover occurs. Data flow on the affected modules will be interrupted until
the reload is complete. Note that the modules will reload whether or not the flash synchronization status
shows SYNCHRONIZED. This is because the unsaved changes have occurred in the running configuration (i.e., RAM), and have not been written to the flash directory’s configuration file. In this case, a list of
only the affected modules displays in the table output (e.g., 1 6).
If the flash directories on the primary and secondary management modules are not synchronized (e.g., a
copy flash-synchro command has not been issued recently), all modules will be reloaded automatically if
a management module takeover occurs. Data flow will be interrupted on all modules until the reload is
complete.
Resetting All Switches in a Stack
To reset all switches in a stack you use the reload all command by entering
-> reload all
at the CLI prompt. This command can be helpful in restoring the original CMM roles in a stack (see
“CMM Role Redundancy” on page 4-5).
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Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Monitoring Stacks
Monitoring Stacks
As shown in the figure below, OmniSwitch 6600 Family stacks can be managed and monitored with
Command Line Interface (CLI) commands, WebView, SNMP, and OmniVista. See “Monitoring Stack
Topology” on page 4-19 for information on monitoring stack configurations and see Chapter 2,
“OmniSwitch 6600 Family Chassis and Hardware Components,” for information on monitoring and monitoring stack temperature and chassis configurations.
OmniSwitch 6624 Stack
OmniSwitch
6624
OmniSwitch
6624
OmniSwitch
6624
Stacks can be managed
and monitored through the
console port with CLI
commands.
Stacks can be managed
and monitored through
Ethernet ports with CLI
commands, WebView,
SNMP, and OmniVista.
Managing and Monitoring OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
Note. See the OmniSwitch CLI Reference Guide for complete descriptions of CLI commands.
Monitoring Stack Topology
To monitor the topology of individual switches within a stack or all switches within a stack use the show
stack topology command by entering
-> show stack topology
at the CLI prompt. A screen similar to the following will be displayed:
Link A
Link A
Link A
Link B
Link B
Link B
NI
Role
State
RemoteNI RemoteLink State
RemoteNI RemoteLink
---+-----------+---------+---------+-----------+---------+---------+---------1 PRIMARY
ACTIVE
2
27
ACTIVE
2
28
2 SECONDARY
ACTIVE
1
51
ACTIVE
1
52
The Role field displays the Chassis Management Module (CMM) role of the switch. The “RemoteNI and
“RemoteLink” fields display how the stacking ports are connected to each other within this stack. “Link
A” refers to the left-hand stacking port (Port 27 on OS6624, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24, and OS6602-24
switches and Port 51 on OS6648 and 6602-48 switches) and “Link B” refers to the right-hand stacking
port (Port 28 on OS6624, OS6600-U24, OS6600-P24, and OS6602-24 switches and Port 52 on OS6648
and OS6602-48 switches).
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Monitoring Stacks
Managing OmniSwitch 6600 Family Stacks
In the example on the previous page there are two switches in this stack. Switch 1, which is an OS6648,
has the primary CMM role and Switch 2, which is an OS6624, has the secondary CMM role. Switch 1’s
left-hand stacking port (Port 51) is connected to Switch 2’s left-hand stacking port (Port 27). Switch 1’s
right-hand stacking port (Port 52) is connected to Switch 2’s right-hand stacking port (Port 28). The Link
A State and Link B State fields indicate that the links between the switches are currently active and
running.
As an option you can display the topology of a single switch in a stack by entering show stack topology
followed by the slot number of the switch. For example, to display the topology of switch (slot) you would
enter
-> show stack topology 2
at the prompt. A screen similar to the following would be display:
Link A
Link A
Link A
Link B
Link B
Link B
NI
Role
State
RemoteNI RemoteLink State
RemoteNI RemoteLink
---+-----------+---------+---------+-----------+---------+---------+---------2 SECONDARY
ACTIVE
1
51
ACTIVE
1
52
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A
Regulatory Compliance
and Safety Information
This appendix provides information on regulatory agency compliance and safety for the OmniSwitch 6600
Family.
Declaration of Conformity: CE Mark
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other provisions of Directive
73/23/EEC and 89/336/EEC as amended by Directive 93/68/EEC.
Français: Ce matériel est conformément aux conditions essentielles et à d'autres dispositions de
73/23/EEC et de 89/336/EEC directifs comme modifié par Directive 93/68/EEC.
Deutsch: Konformitätserklärung: CE Kennzeichnung
Diese Anlage ist gemäß den wesentlichen Anforderungen und anderen Bestimmungen richtungweisenden
73/23/EEC und des 89/336/EEC, wie von Directive 93/68/EEC geändert.
Español: Este directivo equipo está en conformidad con los requisitos esenciales y otras provisiones
73/23/EEC y 89/336/EEC según la enmienda prevista por Directive 93/68/EEC.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Statement
The product at end of life is subject to separate collection and treatment in the EU Member States, Norway
and Switzerland and therefore marked with the symbol:
Treatment applied at end of life of the product in these countries shall comply with the applicable national
laws implementing directive 2002/96EC on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
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Standards Compliance
Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information
Standards Compliance
The product bears the CE mark. In addition it is in compliance with the following other safety and EMC
standards:
Safety Standards
• UL 60950
• CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-00
• EN 60950
• IEC 60950
• TS 001
• AS/NZS 3260
• CB Certification PBR IEC 950
EMC Standards
• FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) Class A/Class B
• ICES-003 Class A/Class B
• EN 55022 Class A/Class B
• CISPR 22 Class A/Class B
• AS/NZS 3548 Class A/Class B
• VCCI Class A/Class B
• EN 55024
• EN 50082-1
• EN 61000-3-2
• EN 61000-3-3
• EN 61000-4-2
• EN 61000-4-3
• EN 61000-4-4
• EN 61000-4-5
• EN 61000-4-6
• EN 61000-4-8
• ENC 1000-4-11
Safety and Environmental Standards
• ETS 300 019 Storage Class 1.1
• ETS 300 019 Transportation Class 2.3
• ETS 300 019 Stationary Use Class 3.1
OmniSwitch 6624, OmniSwitch 6648, OmniSwitch 6600-U24, and OmniSwitch 6600-P24 switches
comply with Class A and Class B standards for digital devices per the FCC Part 15, ICES-003, EN 55022,
CISPR 22, AS/NZS 3548, and VCCI standards. Modules with copper connectors meet Class A requirements using unshielded (UTP) cables, but meet Class B requirements using shielded (STP) cables.
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Standards Compliance
OmniSwitch 6602-24 and OmniSwitch 6602-48 witches comply with Class A standards for digital devices
per the FCC Part 15, ICES-003, EN 55022, CISPR 22, AS/NZS 3548, and VCCI standards.
FCC Class A, Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class A digital device pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions in this
guide, may cause interference to radio communications.Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
The user is cautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment without approval of the
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.It is suggested that the user use
only shielded and grounded cables to ensure compliance with FCC Rules.
If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient the receiving antenna.
• Relocate the equipment with respect to the receiver.
• Move the equipment away from the receiver.
• Plug the equipment into a different outlet so that equipment and receiver are on different branch
circuits.
If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions.
Canada Class A Statement
This equipment does not exceed Class A limits per radio noise emissions for digital apparatus, set out in
the Radio Interference Regulation of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Avis de conformitè aux normes du ministère des Communications du Canada
Cet èquipement ne dèpasse pas les limites de Classe A d íèmission de bruits radioèlectriques pour les
appareils numèriques,telles que prescrites par le RÈglement sur le brouillage radioèlectrique ètabli par le
ministère des Communications du Canada.
JATE
This equipment meets the requirements of the Japan Approvals Institute of Telecommunications Equipment (JATE).
CISPR22 Class A warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference. Under
such circumstances, the user may be requested to take appropriate countermeasures.
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Standards Compliance
Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information
VCCI
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by
Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio
disturbance may arise. When such trouble occurs, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
Class A Warning for Taiwan and Other Chinese Markets
This is a Class A Information Product. When used in a residential environment, it may cause radio
frequency interference. Under such circumstances, the user may be requested to take appropriate countermeasure.
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Translated Safety Warnings
Translated Safety Warnings
Chassis Lifting Warning
Two people are required when lifting the chassis. Due to its weight, lifting the chassis unassisted can
cause personal injury. Also be sure to bend your knees and keep your back straight when assisting with the
lifting of the chassis.
Français: Le châssis doit être soulevé par deux personnes au minimum. Pour éviter tout risque d'accident,
maintenez le dos droit et poussez sur vos jambes. Ne soulevez pas l'unité avec votre dos.
Deutsch: Sicherheitshinweise
Hinweise zur Anhebung des Chassis
Zum Anheben des Chassis werden zwei Personen benötigt. Aufgrund des Gewichts kann das Anheben
ohne Unterstützung zu Personenschäden führen. Heben Sie das Chassis aus den Knien und halten Sie den
Rücken gerade wenn Sie beim Anheben des Chassis assistieren.
Español: Se requieren dos personas para elevar el chasis. Para evitar lesiones, mantenga su espalda en
posición recta y levante con sus piernas, no con su espalda.
Blank Panels Warning
Because they regulate airflow and help protect internal chassis components, blank cover plates should
remain installed at empty module slots and power supply bays at all times.
Français: Les caches blancs remplissent trois fonctions importantes : ils évitent tout risque de choc électrique à l'intérieur du châssis, ils font barrage aux interférences électromagnétiques susceptibles d'altérer le
fonctionnement des autres équipements et ils dirigent le flux d'air de refroidissement dans le châssis. Il est
vivement recommandé de vérifier que tous les caches, modules d'alimentation et plaques de protection
sont en place avant d'utiliser le système.
Deutsch: Hinweise zu Abdeckungen
Die leeren Modulblenden schützen interne Komponenten und leiten den Luftstrom. Deshalb müssen in
allen unbelegten Slots die Modulblenden immer installiert bleiben.
Español: Las tapaderas blancas regulan la circulación de aire y ayudan a proteger componentes internos
del chasis y siempre deben estar instaladas en las ranuras vacías del chasis y fuentes de alimentación.
Electrical Storm Warning
To avoid a shock hazard, do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform installation, maintenance, or
reconfiguration of this product during an electrical storm.
Français: Ne pas travailler sur le système ni brancher ou débrancher les câbles pendant un orage.
Deutsch: Hinweise bei Unwetter
Um elektrische Schläge zu vermeiden dürfen während eines Gewitters and diesem Gerät keine Kabel
angeschlossen oder gelöst werden, sowie keinerlei Installationen, Wartungen oder Konfigurationen
vorgenommen werden.
Español: Para evitar peligro de descargas, no conecte o desconecte ningun cable, ni realice ninguna instalación, maintenimiento o reconfiguración de este producto durante una tormenta eléctrica.
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Installation Warning
Only personnel knowledgeable in basic electrical and mechanical procedures should install or maintain
this equipment.
Français: Toute installation ou remplacement de l'appareil doit être réalisée par du personnel qualifié et
compétent.
Deutsch: Installationshinweise
Dieses Gerät soll nur von Personal installiert oder gewartet werden, welches in elektrischen und mechanischen Grundlagen ausgebildet ist.
Español: Estos equipos deben ser instalados y atendidos exclusivamente por personal adecuadamente
formado y capacitado en técnicas eléctricas y mecánicas.
Invisible Laser Radiation Warning
Lasers emit invisible radiation from the aperture opening when no fiber-optic cable is connected. When
removing cables do not stare into the open apertures. In addition, install protective aperture covers to fiber
ports with no cable connected.
Français: Des radiations invisibles à l'œil nu pouvant traverser l'ouverture du port lorsque aucun câble en
fibre optique n'y est connecté, il est recommandé de ne pas regarder fixement l'intérieur de ces ouvertures.
Installez les caches connecteurs prévus à cet effet.
Deutsch: Hinweise zur unsichtbaren Laserstrahlung
Die Laser strahlen an der Blendenöffnung unsichtbares Licht ab, wenn keine Glasfaserkabel angeschlossen sind. Blicken Sie nicht in die Öffnungen und installieren Sie unverzüglich die Abdeckungen über den
Glasfaseranschlüssen.
Español: Debido a que la apertura del puerto puede emitir radiación invisible cuando no hay un cable de
fibra conectado, procurar no mirar directamente a las aperturas para no exponerse a la radiación.
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Translated Safety Warnings
Lithium Battery Warning
There is a danger of explosion if the Lithium battery in your chassis is incorrectly replaced. Replace the
battery only with the same or equivalent type of battery recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of
used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The manufacturer’s instructions are as follows:
Return the module with the Lithium battery to Alcatel. The Lithium battery will be replaced at Alcatel’s
factory.
Français: Il y a un danger d'explosion si la batterie de lithium dans votre châssis est remplacée avec une
autre ne correspondant pas aux préconisations constructeur. Il faut donc renvoyer le module en réparation
chez Alcatel qui se chargera de remplacer la batterie.
Deutsch: Hinweise zur Lithium Batterie
Bei falschem Einsetzen der Lithiumbatterie in das Gerät besteht die Gefahr der Explosion. Bitte ersetzen
Sie die Batterie nur durch den gleichen bzw. gleichwertigen Typ, empfohlen durch den Hersteller.
Benutzte Batterien entsorgen sie bitte wie folgt: Bitte senden Sie das Modul zurück zu Alcatel. Dort wird
die gebrauchte Batterie ersetzt.
Español: Si substituye las pilas de litio en su chasis, siempre utilice el mismo modelo o el tipo equivalente de pila recomendada por el fabricante. Deshágase de las pilas usadas según las instrucciones del
fabricante. Devuelva el módulo con la pila de litio a Alcatel. La pila de litio será substituida en la fábrica
de Alcatel.
Dansk: ADVARSEL! Lithiumbatteri--Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig handtering. Udskiftning ma kun ske
batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Lever det brugte batteri tilbage tilleverandoren.
Operating Voltage Warning
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, keep your hands and fingers out of power supply bays and do not
touch the backplane while the switch is operating.
Français: Pour réduire tout risque électrique, gardez vos mains et doigts hors des alimentations et ne
touchez pas au fond de panier pendant que le commutateur fonctionne.
Deutsch: Hinweise gegen elektrischen Schlag
Um die Gefahr des elektrischen Schlages zu verringern, greifen sie bitte nicht in die Spannungsversorgung und berühren sie nicht die Rückwandplatine während das Gerät arbeitet.
Español: Para reducir el riesgo de descargas eléctricas, no meta sus manos y dedos dentro del chasis de la
fuente de alimentación y no toque componentes internos mientras que el interruptor está conectado.
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Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information
Power Disconnection Warning
Your switch is equipped with multiple power supplies. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, be sure to
disconnect all power connections before servicing or moving the unit.
Français: Il se peut que cette unité soit équipée de plusieurs raccordements d'alimentation. Pour
supprimer tout courant électrique de l'unité, tous les cordons d'alimentation doivent être débranchés.
Deutsch: Hinweise zur Spannungsfreischaltung
Ihr Gerät ist mit mehreren Netzteilen ausgerüstet. Um die Gefahr des elektrischen Schlages zu verringern,
stellen sie sicher, daß alle Netzverbindungen getrennt sind bevor das Gerät gewartet oder bewegt wird.
Español: Antes de empezar a trabajar con un sistema, asegurese que el interruptor está cerrado y el cable
eléctrico desconectado.
Proper Earthing Requirement Warning
To avoid shock hazard:
• The power cord must be connected to a properly wired and earth receptacle.
• Any equipment to which this product will attached must also be connected to properly wired recep-
tacles.
Français:
Pour éviter tout risque de choc électrique:
• Ne jamais rendre inopérant le conducteur de masse ni utiliser l'équipement sans un conducteur de
masse adéquatement installé.
• En cas de doute sur la mise à la masse appropriée disponible, s'adresser à l'organisme responsable de
la sécurité électrique ou à un électricien.
Deutsch: Hinweise zur geforderten Erdung des Gerätes
Aus Sicherheitsgründen:
• darf das Netzkabel nur an eine Schutzkontaktsteckdose angeschloossen werden.
• dürfen für den Anschluß anderer Geräte, welche mit diesem Gerät verbunden sind, auch nur Schutz-
kontaktsteckdosen verwendet werden.
Español:
Para evitar peligro de descargas:
• Para evitar peligro de descargas asegurese de que el cable de alimentación está conectado a una
toma de alimentación adecuadamente cableada y con toma de tierra.
• Cualquier otro equipo a cual se conecte este producto también debe estar conectado a tomas de
alimentación adecuadamente cableadas.
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Translated Safety Warnings
Read Important Safety Information Warning
The Getting Started Guide that accompanied this equipment contains important safety information about
which you should be aware when working with hardware components in this system. You should read this
guide before installing, using, or servicing this equipment.
Français: Avant de brancher le système sur la source d'alimentation, consultez les directives d'installation
disponibles dans le “Getting Started Guide”.
Deutsch: Bitte lesen - Sicherheitshinweise
Der Getting Started Guide, welcher diese Anlage beiliegt, enthält wichtige Sicherheitsinformationen, über
die sie sich beim Arbeiten mit den Hardwareeinheiten bewußt sein sollten. Sie sollten diese Hinweise
lesen, bevor sie installieren, reparieren oder die Anlage verwenden.
Español: La 'Getting Started Guide' que acompañó este equipo contiene información importante de seguridad sobre la cual usted debe estar enterado al trabajar con los componentes de dotación física en este
sistema. Usted debe leer esta guía antes de instalar, usar o mantener este equipo.
Restricted Access Location Warning
This equipment should be installed in a location that restricts access. A restricted access location is one
where access is secure and limited to service personnel who have a special key, or other means of security.
Français: Le matériel doit être installé dans un local avec accès limité ou seules les personnes habilitées
peuvent entrer.
Deutsch: Hinweis zu Umgebungen mit beschränktem Zutritt
Die Anlage sollte an einem Standort mit beschränktem Zutritt installiert sein. Ein Standort mit beschränktem Zutritt stellt sicher, daß dort nur Servicepersonal mit Hilfe eines Schlüssels oder eines anderen Sicherheitssystems Zugang hat.
Español: Este equipo se debe instalar en un sitio con acceso restrinjido. Un sitio con el acceso restrinjido
es uno seguro y con acceso limitado al personal de servicio que tiene una clave especial u otros medios de
seguridad.
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Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information
Wrist Strap Warning
Because electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage switch components, you must ground yourself properly before continuing with the hardware installation. For this purpose, Alcatel provides a grounding wrist
strap and a grounding lug located near the top-right of the chassis. For the grounding wrist strap to be
effective in eliminating ESD, the power supplies must be installed in the chassis and plugged into
grounded AC outlets.
Français: L'électricité statique (ESD) peut endommager les composants du commutateur. Pour cette
raison Alcatel joint à l'envoi du châssis un bracelet antistatique à brancher sur la prise mise à la terre située
en bas à droite du commutateur. Vous devrez mettre ce bracelet avant toute intervention hardware.
Deutsch: Hinweise zur ESD (Elektrostatischen Aufladung)
Weil elektrostatische Aufladung (ESD) Teile der Anlage beschädigen könnten, müssen sie sich selbst
erden, bevor sie mit der Hardware Installation beginnen. Zu diesem Zweck stellt Alcatel ein Erdungsarmband und eine Erdungsöse an der oberen rechten Seite des Chassis zur Verfügung. Um eine sichere
Erdungsfunktion des Erdungsarmbandes sicherzustellen, müssen die Netzteile installiert und mit dem
Schutzleiter des Versorgungsstromkreises verbunden sein.
Español: La descarga electrostática (ESD) puede dañar componentes eletrónicos. Usted debe asegurarse
que está en contacto con tierra antes de hacer la instalación del equipo. Con este fin, Alcatel proporciona
una pulsera de muñeca para conectar al chasis en la toma de tierra situada en la parte superior derecha del
chasis. Para que la correa de muñeca sea eficaz en la eliminación de ESD, las fuentes de alimentación
deben estar instaladas en el chasis y conectadas a enchufes CA con tierra adecuada.
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Instrucciones de seguridad en español
Instrucciones de seguridad en español
Advertencia sobre el levantamiento del chasis
Se requieren dos personas para levantar el chasis. Debido a su peso, la elevación del chasis sin ayuda
puede causar daños corporales. También es seguro doblar sus rodillas y guardar su espalda derecho al
ayudar a levantar el chasis.
Advertencia de las tapaderas en blanco
Porque regulan la circulación de aire y ayudan a proteger componentes internos del chasis, las tapaderas
en blanco deben seguir instaladas en las ranuras vacías del módulo y la fuente de alimentación siempre.
Advertencia en caso de tormenta eléctrica
Para evitar peligro de descargas, no conecte o desconecte ningun cable, ni realice ninguna instalación,
maintenimiento o reconfiguratión de este producto durante una tormenta eléctrica.
Advertencia de instalación
Solamente el personal bien informado en procedimientos eléctricos y mecánicos básicos debe instalar o
mantener este equipo.
Advertencia de radiación láser invisible
Los lasers emiten radiación invisible de la apertura abierta cuando no se conecta ningún cable de fibra
óptica. Al quitar los cables no mire fijamente en las aberturas abiertas. Además, instale las cubiertas
protectoras de la abertura a las salidas de la fibra sin el cable conectado.
Advertencia de la batería de litio
Hay un peligro de la explosión si la batería del litio en su chasis se substituye incorrectamente. Substituya
la batería solamente por el mismo o el equivalente de tipo de batería recomendado por el fabricante.
Deseche las baterías usadas según las instrucciones del fabricante. Las instrucciones del fabricante son
como sigue: Devuelva el módulo con la batería del litio a Alcatel. La batería del litio será substituida en la
fábrica de Alcatel.
Advertencia sobre la tensión de operación
Para reducir el riesgo del choque eléctrico, matenga sus manos y dedos fuera de la fuente de alimentación
y no toque la placa madre mientras que el interruptor está funcionando.
Advertencia sobre la desconexión de la fuente
Su interruptor esta equipado por fuentes de alimentación múltiples. Para reducir el riesgo de choque eléctrico, asegúrese desconectar todas las conexiones de alimentación antes de mantener o de mover la unidad.
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Instrucciones de seguridad en español
Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information
Advertencia sobre una apropiada conexión a tierra
Para evitar peligro de descargas:
• El cable de alimentación debe estar conectado a una toma de alimentación adecuadamente cableada
y con toma de tierra.
Cualquier equipo al cual se conecte este producto debe estar también conectado a tomas de alimentación
adecuadamente cableadas.
Leer “información importante de seguridad”
La Guía de “Comenzando a Usar” que acompaña este equipo contiene información importante de seguridad sobre la cual usted debe saber al trabajar con los componentes de dotación física en este sistema.
Usted debe leer esta guía antes de instalar, de usar, o de mantener este equipo.
Advertencia de acceso restringido
Este equipo se debe instalar en una ubicación que restrinja el acceso. Una ubicación con acceso restringido es una donde está seguro y limitado el acceso al personal de servicio que tiene un clave especial, u
otros medios de la seguridad.
Advertencia de pulsera antiestática
Debido a que la descarga electrostática (ESD) puede dañar componentes del interruptor, usted debe conectarse a tierra correctamente antes de continuar con la instalación del equipo. Para este propósito, Alcatel
proporciona una pulsera antiestática y un terminal que pone a tierra situados cerca de la parte superior
derecha del chasis. Para que la pulsera antiestática sea eficaz en la eliminación de ESD, las fuentes de
alimentación se deben instalar en el chasis y enchufar en las salidas de CA con descarga a tierra.
Clase de seguridad
Cumple con 21CFR 1040.10 y 1040.11 ó sus equivalentes.
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Index
Numerics
10/100 Ethernet ports
technical specifications
10/100 PoE ports
technical specifications
100 Ethernet SFP ports
technical specifications
2-3, 2-13, 2-15, 2-17
2-11
2-7
A
airflow
chassis 2-58
availability 1-3
hardware monitoring 1-5
hot swapping 1-4
Smart Continuous Switching
software rollback 1-4
CMM roles
changing the secondary to primary 4-17
commands supported on secondary 4-6
failover 4-5
primary 4-5
redundancy 4-5
reloading 4-16
resetting a stack 4-18
secondary 4-5
synchronizing primary and secondary 4-17
commit file command 2-63
commit system command 2-63
console port 2-61, 2-62
default settings 2-62
modifying 2-62, 2-64
copy flash-synchro command 4-17
D
defaults
PoE
3-5
F
1-3
fans
monitoring
2-56
B
H
backup power supply
removing 2-33
technical specifications 2-28, 2-29
blank cover panels 2-53, 2-59
airflow and 2-59
boot.slot.cfg file 4-4
hardware monitoring 1-5
automatic 1-5
LEDs 1-5
user-driven 1-5
hot swapping 1-4
back up power supply 1-4
MiniGBICs 1-4
stacking modules 1-4
uplink modules 1-4
C
chassis
airflow 2-58
dimensions 2-3, 2-6, 2-10, 2-13, 2-15, 2-17
freestanding 2-22
installing 2-21
rack-mounting 2-22
stacked configurations 1-2
stand-alone 1-2
supplemental ground 2-25
temperature management 2-53
chassis temperature
monitoring 2-53
chassis types
OS6600-P24 2-8
OS6600-U24 2-4
OS6602-24 2-14
OS6602-48 2-16
OS6624 2-2
OS6648 2-12
CLI commands
supported on secondary switch 4-6
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I
image rollback
see software rollback
Inline Power
see PoE
L
lanpower capacitor-detection command
lanpower maxpower command 3-7
lanpower power command 3-6
lanpower priority command 3-7
lanpower priority-disconnect command
lanpower start command 3-5
lanpower stop command 3-6
LEDs
see hardware monitoring
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3-9
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M
MiniGBICs 2-45
MiniGBIC-LH70 2-45
MiniGBIC-LX 2-45
MiniGBIC-SX 2-45
technical specifications 2-45
O
OmniSwitch 6600 Family
application examples 1-6
OmniSwitch 6600-24
see OmniSwitch 6624
OmniSwitch 6600-48
see OmniSwitch 6648
OmniSwitch 6600-P24
dimensions 2-10
technical specifications 2-10
OmniSwitch 6600-U24
dimensions 2-6
technical specifications 2-6
OmniSwitch 6602-24
dimensions 2-15
technical specifications 2-15
OmniSwitch 6602-48
dimensions 2-17
technical specifications 2-17
OmniSwitch 6624
dimensions 2-3
technical specifications 2-3
OmniSwitch 6648
dimensions 2-13
technical specifications 2-13
OS6600-GNI-C2 2-38
technical specifications 2-38
OS6600-GNI-U2 2-36
technical specifications 2-37
OS6600-P24
see OmniSwitch 6600-P24
OS6600-U24
see OmniSwitch 6600-U24
OS6602-24
see OmniSwitch 6602-24
OS6602-48
see OmniSwitch 6602-48
OS6624
see OmniSwitch 6624
OS6648
see OmniSwitch 6648
P
pinouts 2-60
PoE 3-1
defaults 3-5
monitoring 3-4, 3-11
priority disconnect 3-9
specifications 2-29, 3-3
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PoE Power Shelf
monitoring 3-4
power cords 2-25
Power on LAN
see PoE
Power over Ethernet
see PoE
Power over LAN
see PoE
power supplies 2-26
backup power supply 2-26
power cords 2-25
redundant AC circuits and 2-30
R
redundancy
AC circuit 2-30
backup power supply 2-26
CMM roles 4-5
commands supported on secondary switch
reload all command 4-18
reload command 4-16
4-6
S
session xon-xoff command 2-64
SFPs 2-49
SFP-100-LC-MM 2-49
SFP-100-LC-SM15 2-49
SFP-100-LC-SM40 2-49
SFP-100-MTRJ-MM 2-50
technical specifications 2-49
show chassis command 2-70
show cmm command 2-69
show fan command 2-55, 2-56
show hardware info command 2-65
show lanpower command 3-11
show mac-range command 2-72
show module command 2-66
show module long command 2-66
show ni command 2-67
show power command 2-34
show running-directory command 4-17
show session xon-xoff command 2-70
show stack topology command 4-19
show temperature command 2-53
Smart Continuous Switching 1-3
software rollback 1-4
stacking module
technical specifications 2-39
stacks 4-1
behavior during takeover 4-18
boot.slot.cfg file 4-4
CMM roles 4-5
default values 4-2
managing 4-16
monitoring 4-19
overview 4-3
resiliency and redundancy 4-4
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Index
slot numbers 4-4
specifications 4-2
topology 4-19
T
takeover command 4-17
technical specifications
10/100 Ethernet ports 2-3, 2-13, 2-15, 2-17
10/100 PoE ports 2-11
100 Ethernet SFP ports 2-7
backup power supply 2-28, 2-29
console port 2-61, 2-62
MiniGBICs 2-45
OmniSwitch 6600-P24 2-10
OmniSwitch 6600-U24 2-6
OmniSwitch 6602-24 2-15
OmniSwitch 6602-48 2-17
OmniSwitch 6624 2-3
OmniSwitch 6648 2-13
OS6600-GNI-C2 2-38
OS6600-GNI-U2 2-37
pinouts 2-60
SFPs 2-49
stacking module 2-39
temperature management 2-53
danger threshold 2-55
errors 2-55
fan status 2-56
monitoring chassis temperature 2-53
warning threshold 2-55
temp-threshold command 2-55
U
uplink modules
OS6600-GNI-C2
OS6600-GNI-U2
2-38
2-36
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Index
Index-4
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