3Com 3CNJ90 Switch User Manual

NJ90
Network Jack
User Guide
3CNJ90
User Guide
NJ90 Network Jack
3CNJ90
4-port 10/100 Mbps Unmanaged
Ethernet Switch
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150000038600A R01
Published February 2003
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Table of Contents
Contents
1. NJ90 Package Contents
2. NJ90 Description
3. NJ90 Installation
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Appendix
A: NJ90 Specifications
B: Wall Outlet Dimensions
C: Setting up the Power Supply
D: Setting up the Network Cabling at Your Site
E: Troubleshooting the NJ90
F: Contacting Technical Support
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List of Illustrations
Fig.1
Fig.2
Fig.3
Fig.4
Fig.5
Fig.6
Fig.7
Fig.8
NJ90 Feature Description
NJ90 Installation
NJ90 Dimensions
Wall Outlet (NEMA-WD6) Dimensions
Using an Integrated Switch with Power over Ethernet
Using a Multi-port Ethernet Power Supply
Using a Single-port Ethernet Power Supply
Using the 3Com Local Power Supply
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The 3Com Network Jack is a platform that provides connectivity at
the edge of the network infrastructure. The NJ90 Network Jack, is a
member of this family of products.
The NJ90 Network Jack is a 4-port, un-managed Fast Ethernet switch
that fits into most standard data port openings.
The NJ90 Network Jack quadruples port connections where a single
port (and cable) already exists in the wall. Expanding port connections with the 3Com Network Jack is a less expensive and less disruptive alternative to running additional cabling. Also, the 3Com
Network Jack is installed in the wall, making it more secure and out
of the way than deploying a remote desktop switch.
The NJ90 Network Jack allows up to four networking devices, such as
computers, printers, Voice over IP (VoIP) telephones, and scanners,
each to be connected to the network via its own Ethernet port.
The NJ90 needs no software to operate and no configuration. All
ports feature 10/100 Mbps auto-negotiation, which configures the
NJ90 Network Jack for 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps connections automatically.
Before you begin installation, register your product at:
www.3com.com/support
1. NJ90 Package Contents
- Single Pack & Multi Pack
The NJ90 Network Jack is available in single and 20-packs. Before
you begin the installation, make sure you familiarize yourself with
the following items, which are included with the NJ90:
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•
•
•
NJ90 Unit
6x32 screws (2 per NJ90) for mounting the NJ90 to the wall or
office cubicle
RJ-45 Male-to-Male coupler cable (1 per NJ90) for connecting
the NJ90 unit to the Network Ethernet cable (required only in
case your network cable is terminated with a female RJ-45 connector)
User Guide (1 per package)
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2. NJ90 Description
The following diagram shows the front view and the rear view of the
NJ90 (see descriptions below)
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1
4
5
6
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Figure 1 - NJ90 Feature Description
1
Four Switching Ports
2
LED’s
3
4
Uplink Port
Hook
5
Power socket
6
Strain Relief Channel
2
Allow up to four devices to be
connected to the network.
Indicates network connection
and activity status.
Indicates NJ90 power status.
Connects NJ90 to the Network cable
Secure the Coupler Cable with a tiewrap
NJ90 can be powered from a local
power supply (available for purchase
separately from 3Com)
Strain Relief Channel for the Local
Power Cord
3. NJ90 Installation
3. NJ90 Installation
3.1 Install the NJ90 Network Jack.
3.2 Set up the power supply
3.1 - Install the NJ90 Network Jack
Wall
Wall
To wiring
closet
To wiring
closet
Network
cable
Network
cable
RJ-45
coupler cable
Figure 2 - NJ90 Installation
Step 1:
If the end of the network cable from the wiring closet is terminated
with a female RJ-45 connector, use the RJ-45 coupler cable included
in the package to connect the Network jack to the network cable
(recommended installation).
or
If the end of the network cable from the wiring closet is terminated
with a male RJ-45 connector, connect the network cable directly into
the NJ90 uplink port.
Step 2: (Optional)
Thread a tie-wrap around the hook at the back and secure the RJ-45
coupler cable/Network cable.
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Step 3:
Mount the NJ90 Unit to the Wall or Cubicle Outlet with the screws
provided.
3.2 - Set up the power supply :
Selecting the power scheme and installing it:
See Appendix C: Setting up the Power Supply (p.8).
You can verify the NJ90 Network Jack Installation by checking the
LED’s.
LED
Description
•On - The NJ90 is connected to the network and a
link has been established.
(Lan)
(Power)
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•Blinking - Network Activity.
•Off - There is no connection to the network.
•On - The NJ90 is receiving power (local or via the
network).
•Off - The NJ90 is not receiving power.
Appendix A: NJ90 Specifications
Appendix A: NJ90 Specifications
The NJ90 is a 4-port, un-managed Fast Ethernet switch that fits into
most standard data port openings. The NJ90 allows up to four networking devices, such as computers, printers, Voice over IP (VoIP)
telephones, and scanners, to be connected to the network via one
Ethernet port.
The NJ90 needs no software to operate and requires no configuration. All ports feature 10/100 Mbps auto-negotiation, which configures the NJ90 for 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps connections automatically.
.91"
.90"
4.50"
2.75"
1.81"
Figure 3 - NJ90 Dimension
Hardware
NJ90 Power consumption
5 watts (max.)
10 Mbps Ethernet 10BASE-T
Ethernet IEEE 802.3 industry
standard for a 10 Mbps baseband
CSMA/CD local area network
Ethernet IEEE 802.3u industry
standard for a 100 Mbps baseband
CSMA/CD local area network
Network Interface
100 Mbps Ethernet 100BASETX
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Performance
Auto-negotiation
Environment
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Operating humidity
Storage humidity
Operating Altitude
Storage Altitude
Standards Conformance
Communication speed (10 Mbps
or 100 Mbps) and duplex mode
(full or half) is determined through
auto-negotiation with the
attached devices. The NJ90
attempts to negotiate the fastest
connection possible (100 Mbps
full-duplex).
32º to 95º F (0º to 35º C)
-22º to 194º F (-3º- to 90º C)
10-90% non-condensing
10-90% non-condensing
8,000 ft
20,000 ft
IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and auto-negotiation
Power Over Ethernet: IEEE 802.3af
Packet Prioritization: 802.1p (QoS)
Features
Power Over Ethernet
Local power supply
Voice Over IP (VoIP)
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Compatible with IEEE 802.3af
Required for networks that do not
support Power Over Ethernet
Compatible with VoIP standard.
Appendix B: Wall Outlet Dimensions
Appendix B: Wall Outlet Dimensions
Make sure the wall or cubicle opening where the NJ90 is being
installed complies with the NEMA-WD6 standard, as described
below.
1.750"
(44.45 mm)
2.8125"
(71.44 mm)
3.28125"
(83.31 mm)
reference
Screw holes
Figure 4 - Wall Outlet (NEMA-WD6) Dimensions
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Appendix C: Setting up the Power Supply
Power to the NJ90 can be supplied one of the following ways:
1. Over the network via an integrated switch that supports Power
over Ethernet.
2. Over the network via a multi-port Ethernet power supply.
3. Over the network via a single-port Ethernet power supply.
4. Locally via a 3Com local power supply.
Before you begin the installation, determine which type of power
supply the NJ90 will use.
NOTE: For a list of power supplies that support the NJ90, go to
www.3com.com
CAUTION: ONLY use the local power supply available from
3Com. Failure to do so may result in damage to the NJ90 Network Jack, or may result in a hazardous situation.
1) Using an Integrated Switch with Power over Ethernet
You must have a switch on the network that provides Power over
Ethernet, compliant to the IEEE 802.3af standard.
Wiring closet
To
Network
Jack
Figure 5 - Using an Integrated Switch with Power over Ethernet
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Appendix C: Setting up the Power Supply
2) Using a Multi-port Ethernet Power Supply
To use a multi-port Ethernet power supply, you must connect the
power supply to your network, as shown in figure 6 on page 9.
The multi-port Ethernet power supply from 3Com connects to an
existing Ethernet or Fast Ethernet infrastructure with standard Category 5 or Category 5e UTP cabling, and powers up to 24 NJ90 Network Jacks.
Network
switch
Wiring closet
To network
hub/switch
To
Network
Jack
Multi-port Ethernet
power supply
Figure 6 - Using a Multi-port Ethernet Power Supply
3) Using a Single-port Ethernet Power Supply
To use a single-port Ethernet power supply, connect the power
supply to the network hub or switch and to the NJ90, as shown in
figure 7.
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Network
switch
Wiring closet
To electrical
outlet
To network
hub/switch
To
Network
Jack
Figure 7 - Using a Single-port Ethernet Power Supply
4) Using the 3Com Local Power Supply
If your network does not support Power over Ethernet, or if you are
not using a single-port or multi-port Ethernet power supply, you
must purchase a local power supply from 3Com. To use the local
power supply, make sure you have an electrical outlet near the site
where the NJ90 will be installed.
Figure 8 - Using the 3Com Local Power Supply
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Appendix C: Setting up the Power Supply
Installation Instructions:
1.
Plug the power cable into the Network Jack.
2.
Route the power cable through the stain relief fixture.
3.
Secure the local power supply and cable to the wall.
4.
Plug the Local Power Supply into the power source.
NOTE: Completing these procedures in sequence will reduce
issues during the installation process.
The NJ90 works with the following Power Supplies. Updated information is available online at www.3com.com/products
Component
Integrated Switch
with Power over
Ethernet
Multi-port Ethernet
power supply
(Uses Spare Pairs)
Single-port Ethernet
power supply
(Uses Spare Pairs)
Local power supply
Purpose
3C Number(s)
For providing Power over
Ethernet to power up to
24 NJ90's
For providing Power Over
Ethernet to power up to
24 NJ90s.
3C17205
For providing Power over
Ethernet to power a single
NJ90.
3CNJPSE
For locally powering a
single NJ90; required if
your network does not
support Power Over
Ethernet.
3CNJPSL
3CNJPSE24
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Appendix D: Setting up the Network Cabling at
Your Site
The network cabling at your site (from the wiring closet to the wall
or cubicle opening) may already be installed. If it is not, install the
cabling following these general guidelines.
CAUTION: It is recommended that a professional cable installer
perform these procedures. Be sure to adhere to local safety and
regulatory codes during the cable installation.
1.
Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to your network. Usually,
this connection is done in the Network wiring closet, via the patch
panel.
2.
Terminate the other end of the cable at the location where the
NJ90 is being installed using a female RJ-45 connector. Refer to
the connector manufacturer’s instructions for terminating the
cable. Be sure to test the connector and verify it is working.
To ensure proper horizontal cabling functionality, adhere to the following network cabling standards during installation:
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ANSI/TIA/EIA-568 Commercial Building Telecommunications
•
ANSI/TIA/EIA-569 Commercial Building Standard for Telecom-
Cabling Standard
munications Pathways and Spaces
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Appendix E: Troubleshooting the NJ90
Appendix E: Troubleshooting the NJ90
If you encounter problems with the NJ90:
1.
Verify the NJ90 is receiving power by viewing the Power LED (it
should be lit). If the Power LED is not lit, make sure:
• The other end of the network cable is plugged into a system
that provides Power over Ethernet according to IEEE 802.3af,
if using Power over Ethernet.
• The Local Power Supply is plugged into the NJ90 and into a
working electrical outlet, if using Local power supply.
2.
Verify the NJ90 is connected to the network properly by viewing
the Link LED (it should be lit). If the Link LED is not lit, make sure
the network cable:
• Is terminated properly. Refer to the connector manufacturer’s instructions for terminating the cable. Be sure to test
the connector and verify it is working.
• Has a valid connection to the network.
• Adheres to proper length and cabling specifications for your
network.
3.
Make sure the port on the switch to which the NJ90 is connected is
configured as a standard MDI-X port. Make sure all cables connecting the NJ90 to the patch panel are straight-through cables
(not crossover cables).
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Appendix F: Contacting Technical Support
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through a variety of services. This section describes these services.
Information contained in this section is correct at time of publication. For the most recent information, 3Com recommends that you
access the 3Com Corporation World Wide Web site: www.3com.com.
90 Day Free Installation Support
3Com provides free installation and troubleshooting telephone support for this product for 90 days from the date of purchase. Hours
of operation are subject to change. See “Support from 3Com” on
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Online Technical Services
3Com offers worldwide product support 24 hours a day, 7 days a
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This service provides access to online support information, such
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support options that range from technical education to maintenance and professional services.
3Com Knowledgebase Web Services
This interactive tool contains technical product information
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Located on the World Wide Web at http:// knowledgebase.
3com.com, this service gives all 3Com customers and partners
complementary, around-the-clock access to technical information on most 3Com products.
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Support from Your Network Supplier
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Many suppliers are authorized 3Com service partners who are qualified to provide a variety of services, including network planning,
installation, hardware maintenance, application training, and support services.
When you contact your network supplier for assistance, have the
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Product model name, part number, and serial number
A list of system hardware and software, including revision levels
Diagnostic error messages
Details about recent configuration changes, if applicable
If you are unable to consult your network supplier, see the following
section on how to contact 3Com.
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If you are unable to obtain assistance from the 3Com online technical resources or from your network supplier, 3Com offers technical
telephone support services. To find out more about your support
options, call the 3Com technical telephone support phone number:
847 262 0070
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