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Installation Instructions
DNE4500-P-6-AC and DNE4500-P-6-DC
6-Port DS3 Network Extender Provider Units: AC and DC Versions
CAUTION Net to Net Technologies strongly recommends the use of proper electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions when handling
this equipment.
1.0
INSTALLATION
1.1
Unpack and Inspect the Equipment
The following components should be included:
1
4
1
2
DNE4500-P-6
Rubber Bumpers
Power Cord (AC Versions only)
Rack Mount Brackets
10 #6 Phillips Rack Mount Bracket Screws
4 #12 Phillips Rack Screws
4 #10 Phillips Rack Screws
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1.2
Select the Installation Site
The maximum recommended ambient temperature for the DNE4500-P-6 is 50° Celsius (122° Farenheit).
1.2.1
Tabletop Use
Affix the (4) provided rubber bumpers to the bottom corners of the unit to provide surface grip.
Ensure that the DNE4500-P-6 is placed such that the cables will not become a tripping hazard or
pull loose from the unit.
1.2.2
Rack Installation
Using a Phillips Screwdriver, attach the (2) rack mount brackets to the sides of the DNE4500-P-6
with the (10) bracket screws provided. Mount the chassis to the rack using one of the two provided
sets of (4) rack mount screws (whichever size fits the rack being utilized). Check the rack for
stability, ensuring that installation of the DNE4500-P-6 has not caused the rack to become topheavy.
CAUTION Do not block power supply vents or otherwise restrict airflow around the DNE4500-P-6.
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1.3
Power up the DNE4500-P-6
Upon start up of the DNE4500-P-6, the Ethernet link for each port will remain disabled until the
corresponding DS3 network link has been established.
1.3.1
AC Power
Plug the AC Power Supply Cord into the back of the DNE4500-P-6-AC and connect it to the power
source. Turn the power switch ON (ON="|", OFF="O") and verify that the PWR (Power) LED on the
front of the unit is illuminated.
1.3.2
DC Power
Attach the DC power leads and ground connection to one of the two terminal blocks on the back of
the DNE4500-P-6-DC; either terminal block may be used or both may be used for redundancy (when
backup power is desired). Be sure to attach the positive lead (+) to the positive terminal (+) and the
negative lead (-) to the negative terminal (-) as indicated on the terminal block labels. Turn the power
source ON and verify that the PWR LED on the front of the unit is illuminated.
CAUTION Do not overload the electrical branch circuit of the power source for the DNE4500-P-6.
1.4
Configure Port Switches
Configure the switches on the front of the DNE4500-P-6, for each port being connected, according to the
clock source and line buildout for that connection. Each port, labeled from left to right (1-12), has two
switches: switch #1 is on the left and switch #2 is on the right.
1.4.1
Tx Clock Source
The transmit (Tx) clock provides a timing reference, through generation of periodic synchronization
signals, to coordinate both the timing of certain procedures and communication with remote
network devices. When the DNE4500-P-6 Tx Clock Source is set to LOCAL, it generates
synchronization signals internally. A Tx Clock Source set to LOOP generates synchronization signals
from incoming pulses on the DS3 line.
SWITCH #1 SOURCE
1.4.2
Down
Local
Up
Loop
Tx Line Buildout
Tx Line Buildout allows for adjustment of signal attenuation in order to accommodate distance
variance between the DNE4500-P-6 and the transport equipment to which it's connected.
SWITCH #2
DISTANCE
Down
0-225 feet
Up
225-450 feet 69-137 meters
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0-69 meters
1.5
Connect the DS3 Cable(s)
NOTE The DNE4500-P-6 may be connected via DS3 line to either a DS3 network extender subscriber unit (DNE4500-S) or
another DS3 network extender provider unit (DNE4500-P, DNE4500-P-6).
EXCEPTION: a provider to provider connection will not work if both units are configured with loop timing.
Plug the DS3 Tx and Rx cables into the corresponding BNC ports on the front of the DNE4500-P-6 for each
port being connected to a remote DS3 modem. The DS3 cables should be connected to the same ports for
which you applied the switch configurations in Section 1.4. Verify the connections; the Lnk/Alm LED for
each port being connected will pulse green (once per second) to indicate the DS3 link is established and
operational.
1.6
Connect the Ethernet Cable(s)
NOTE The Ethernet link for each port is programmed to remain disabled unless, or until, the corresponding DS3 network link
has been established.
The 10/100 Fast Ethernet connection for each port will auto-negotiate speed and duplex mode; these
Ethernet configurations cannot be hard set on the DNE4500-P-6. For the best connection results, the
remote device (PC, hub, switch, etc.) should be set to auto-negotiate speed and duplex mode as well. If the
remote device cannot be configured to auto-negotiate, speed may be hard set at either 10Mbps or
100Mbps but duplex mode must be hard set to Half Duplex; a 10/100 Ethernet connection cannot be
established if the remote device is hard set to Full Duplex.
Plug the Ethernet cables into the 10/100 Fast Ethernet RJ45 ports on the front of the DNE4500-P-6 for
each port being connected. Make sure to connect the cables to the corresponding ports for which you
applied the switch configurations in Section 1.4 and connected the DS3 lines in Section 1.5. Verify the
connections; solid illumination of the Fast Ethernet Lnk LED indicates an Ethernet link has been
established for that port. If the LNK LED for a port is illuminated but not the 100 LED then a 10 Mbps link
has been established. If the 100 LED is illuminated in addition to the Lnk LED, then a 100 Mbps link has
been established.
For most applications, the Ethernet RJ45 ports on the DNE4500-P-6 connect to a PC using a STRAIGHT
THROUGH ETHERNET CABLE and to a hub or a switch using a CROSSOVER ETHERNET CABLE. For any
other connection combination you must verify the pinout of the Ethernet device to which the port is being
connected in order to determine which type of cable is required for that connection.
10/100 Ethernet RJ45 Port Pinout
Pin 1
Rx+
Pin 5
not used
Pin 2
Rx-
Pin 6
Tx-
Pin 3
Tx+
Pin 7
not used
Pin 4
not used
Pin 8
not used
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2.0
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
2.1
LED Indicators
LED
State
Indication
Additional Information
Power
solid green
unit is operational
If the Power LED is not illuminated, it is likely that
the DNE4500-P-6 is not receiving power and
therefore none of the LEDs will be illuminated.
Lnk/Alm
pulsing
green
DS3 connection is established The port is receiving valid data or status packets from
and operational
the remote DNE4500.
solid green
DS3 connection is established A connection exists but there is indication of a
problem with the DS3 line.
no
illumination
Red Alarm
The incoming connection to
the port has been lost; no
data is being received.
solid amber
Yellow Alarm
The remote DNE4500 has lost its incoming connection
The outgoing connection from and is in Red Alarm.
the port has been lost; no
(see NOTE below)
data is being transmitted.
pulsing
amber
Blue Alarm
An indirect connection has
been lost; the port may no
longer be receiving data from
the remote DNE4500.
Fast
Ethernet
100
solid green
Fast Ethernet connection (100 If the Fast Ethernet 100 LED is illuminated, the Fast
Mbps) is established
Ethernet Lnk LED will also be illuminated.
no
illumination
no Fast Ethernet connection
If the Fast Ethernet 100 LED remains unlit but the
Fast Ethernet Lnk LED is illuminated then a
connection has been established at 10 Mbps rather
than 100 Mbps.
Fast
Ethernet
Act
pulsing
amber
typical Ethernet activity
The port is transmitting or receiving data across the
Ethernet.
solid amber
heavy traffic
The port is transmitting or receiving large amounts of
data across the Ethernet.
no
illumination
no Ethernet activity
Either there is no Ethernet link or a link exists but
there is no activity.
solid green
Ethernet connection is
established and operational
If the Fast Ethernet Lnk LED is illuminated but not the
Fast Ethernet 100 LED then a 10 Mbps connection
has been established. If the Fast Ethernet 100 LED is
also illuminated, then a 100 Mbps connection has
been established.
no
illumination
no Ethernet connection
The Fast Ethernet Act and 100 LEDs will remain unlit
by default.
Fast
Ethernet
Lnk
If the outgoing connection from the port has also
been lost then the remote DNE4500 will be in Red
Alarm as well.
(see NOTE below)
The remote DNE4500 has lost a connection with an
intermediate device and is in Red or Yellow Alarm.
(see NOTE below)
(A pulsing LED blinks steadily at a rate of once per second. A flashing LED blinks at a more
rapid, less constant rate.)
NOTE When a port is in a state of DS3 alarm, that port's Ethernet link will be disabled.
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2.2
Regulatory Compliance for Class A Equipment
2.2.1
US Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
2.2.2
Industry Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
2.2.3
Europe
This Class A product complies with European Norm EN55022.
Warning: In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the
user may be required to take adequate measures to correct the situation.
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