3Com 4005 Switch User Manual

Switch 4005
Key Information Guide
Unpacking Instructions and Cautions
Documentation Summary and Included Services
Software License Agreement
Product Compliance
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Part No. 150568-105
Published Semptember 2002
3Com Corporation
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CONTENTS
ABOUT THIS GUIDE
Audience Definition 5
Conventions 6
Related Documentation
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UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
Unpacking a Chassis 8
Unpacking a Module 11
Unpacking a Power Supply
Unpacking a Fan Tray 14
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DOCUMENTATION AND INCLUDED SERVICES
Key Information Guide 15
Printed Copies 15
Electronic Copies 15
Installation and Maintenance Guide 16
Printed Copies 16
Electronic Copies 16
Software Configuration Guide 17
Printed Copies 17
Electronic Copies 17
Release Notes 18
Electronic Copies Only 18
3Com Network Supervisor 19
Included Services 20
Telephone Support 20
3Com Web Site and Bulletin Board Services
Software Bug Fix Releases 20
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END USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
License 21
Assignment; No Reverse Engineering 22
Export Restrictions 22
Trade Secrets; Title 23
United States Government Legends 23
Term and Termination 23
Limited Warranties and Limitation of Liability
Governing Law 24
Severability 24
Entire Agreement 24
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PRODUCT COMPLIANCE
Emissions Compliance Statements for Class A Products
Federal Communications Commission Notice 25
Canadian Emissions Requirements 25
VCCI Class A Compliance 26
EMC Directive Statement 27
Low Voltage Directive Statement 27
General Approval Statement for UK 27
Australian EMC Frameworks Statement 27
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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
This Switch 4005 Key Information Guide provides instructions on how to
unpack the Switch 4005 chassis and other components, describes the
documentation set, and provides information on included services, the
software license agreement, and compliance to country and regional
standards for electrical emissions and safety.
If the information in the Switch 4005 Release Notes differs from the
information in this guide, follow the instructions in the release notes.
Release notes are not included in the product shipping boxes. To obtain
them, visit the 3Com Web site. Begin from the “Find Documentation” link
on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
Audience Definition
This guide is intended for the network administrator who is responsible
for unpacking and installing the network hardware. This guide assumes
that the network administrator has a working knowledge of local area
network (LAN) operations, but it does not assume prior knowledge of
Switch 4005 high performance networking equipment. Furthermore, this
guide assumes that the network administrator has obtained the
appropriate technical training and experience to perform tasks in service
access areas of network equipment, to be aware of electrical hazards or
other hazards that exist in performing these tasks, and to take steps that
minimize the danger to themselves or other persons.
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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
Conventions
Table 1 and Table 2 list conventions that are used throughout this guide.
Table 1 Notice Icons
Icon
Notice Type
Description
Information note
Information that describes important features or
instructions.
Caution
Information that alerts you to potential loss of data or
potential damage to an application, system, or device.
Warning
Information that alerts you to potential personal
injury.
Table 2 Text Conventions
Convention
Description
Words in italics
Italics are used to:
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■
Related
Documentation
Emphasize a point
Denote a new term at the place where it is defined in the
text
The Switch 4005 documentation set includes the following documents:
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Switch 4005 Key Information Guide (this guide)
■
Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide
■
Switch 4005 Software Configuration Guide
■
Switch 4005 Release Notes
To read a brief description of each document, to understand how each
document is distributed in paper or electronic format, or to learn how to
order additional paper copies or to download electronic copies, see
Chapter 2 in this guide.
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UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
This chapter contains important instructions and information about the
shipping box that you have opened.
Because this guide is included in the shipping box of every item in the
Switch 4005 product set, this guide may contain more information than
you need. However, you should be able to easily locate the information
that applies to the box that you have opened.
This chapter includes the following sections:
■
Unpacking a Chassis — see page 8
■
Unpacking a Module — see page 11
■
Unpacking a Power Supply — see page 13
■
Unpacking a Fan Tray — see page 14
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CHAPTER 1: UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
Unpacking a
Chassis
Your chassis will have the following preinstalled components:
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One power supply
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Two fan trays
■
Either of the following:
■
A Switch Fabric Management Module
OR
■
A Switch Fabric Management Module plus a specified set of
interface modules. This configuration may be labeled as a starter
kit on your sales paperwork.
To unpack your Switch 4005 chassis, follow these steps:
1 Before you continue to unpack the shipping box or install the product,
carefully examine the box for signs of external damage. If the shipping
box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that you have already
removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your network supplier (the
company from which you purchased the product) immediately.
If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:
■
If you are located in the United States or Canada, call
1-800-NET-3COM (1-800-638-3266) and select the numeric option to
reach customer service and the product repair departments.
■
If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone
number from the 3Com Web site:
http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html
2 If there is no or superficial external damage, use a sufficient number of
people to move the heavy shipping box. Place it near the rack, table, or
shelf where you plan to install the chassis.
WARNING: To minimize the risk of personal injury or equipment
damage, have at least two people transport the shipping box.
WARNING: Safety regulations require that the rack, table, or shelf must
be able to support at least three times the weight of a fully loaded
chassis. A fully loaded Switch 4005 chassis weighs approximately 20.6 kg
(45.5 lb) fully loaded. Therefore, the selected rack, table, or shelf must
support at least 61.8 kg (136.5 lb).
Unpacking a Chassis
9
3 By the time you read these instructions, you will have already opened the
shipping box. If you followed the instructions that are printed on the
outside of the shipping box, you turned the box 90 degrees from its
shipment position before you opened it. This position allows you to easily
pull and slide the contents out of the box laterally, rather than to lift them
vertically out of the box.
4 When you first opened the box, you should have seen:
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The chassis wrapped in a plastic bag.
The chassis is held securely in place by foam supports on two sides
and it is protected from dust and scratches by a plastic bag. One side
of the chassis will be facing you.
■
The cardboard accessories tray located on top of the chassis.
5 Pull the accessories tray out of the shipping box.
6 Verify that the following items are included in the accessories tray:
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One power cord that is appropriate for your country.
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One hardware kit in a plastic bag that contains:
■
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Two rack-mount flanges
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Fourteen screws
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Four rubber feet
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One cable management device
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Fourteen plastic ties
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One standard null modem RS-232 console cable
Three printed manuals:
■
Switch 4005 Key Information Guide (this guide)
■
Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide
■
Switch 4005 Software Configuration Guide
7 Grasp the top and bottom of the chassis and slide it laterally out of the
box. The foam supports should stay attached to the chassis.
8 Remove the foam supports and unwrap the plastic bag from the chassis,
taking care not to damage any components (such as modules) that are
preinstalled in the chassis.
CAUTION: Do not grasp any part of the preinstalled modules when you
remove the foam supports or plastic bag from the chassis, because you
may damage them.
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9 Save the foam supports and plastic bag in case you need to pack up and
move the chassis to a different site, or in case you need to return the
chassis to your network supplier or to 3Com.
10 Inspect the chassis and verify that it contains:
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One power supply (rear, bottom left or right)
■
Two fan trays (rear, top left and right)
■
One Switch Fabric Management Module in slot M1 or M2 (front)
■
(Starter kits only) The correct type and number of interface modules:
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■
■
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Model Number 3C16830 holds five 8-port 10/100BASE-TX
Interface Modules (3C16828) in slots 1 through 5.
Model Number 3C16831 holds two 8-port 10/100BASE-TX
Interface Modules (3C16828) in slots 1 and 2, and two 8-port
100BASE-FX MT-RJ Interface Modules (3C16829) in slots 3 and 4.
Model Number 3C16832 holds five 2-port 1000BASE-T Interface
Modules (3C16841) in slots 1 through 5.
Model Number 3C16833 holds five 2-port 1000BASE-SX Interface
Modules (3C16842) in slots 1 through 5.
If your starter kit is not described here, consult your sales paperwork for
the interface modules that should be preinstalled.
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All unoccupied module slots and the second power bay should be
covered with blank faceplates.
If the shipping box does not contain the correct components (including
the accessories listed in step 6), follow the instructions in step 1.
11 If you are not prepared to install the chassis, replace it in the shipping box
with the plastic bag and foam supports in their original positions to
prevent damage to the chassis.
12 Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide to verify that
you have met prerequisite installation conditions, to acknowledge
important safety information, and to follow the installation procedures.
A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes.
Alternatively, you can download a copy of this guide from the 3Com Web
site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
Unpacking a Module
Unpacking a
Module
11
3Com offers individual Switch 4005 modules for purchase so that you
can:
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Add modules to the empty slots in a chassis.
■
Have spare modules in storage at your site to meet service
requirements or network expansion.
See the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide for slot
restrictions for Switch Fabric Management Modules, Fast Ethernet
Interface Modules, or Gigabit Ethernet Interface Modules.
This section contains basic instructions and cautions to follow when
unpacking a module shipping box.
1 Before you remove the module from its shipping box, carefully examine
the shipping box for signs of damage.
If the shipping box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that
you have already removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your
network supplier (the company from which you purchased the product)
immediately.
If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:
■
If you are located in the United States or Canada, call
1-800-NET-3COM (1-800-638-3266) and select the numeric option to
reach the customer service and product repair departments.
■
If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone
number from the 3Com Web site:
http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html
2 Attach a wrist strap to yourself and a proper ground.
CAUTION: When you handle a module, 3Com recommends that you
always use a wrist strap that is connected to a proper ground. This
precaution helps prevent electrostatic discharge from damaging the
module.
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3 As shown in Figure 1, remove the module from its antistatic bag by
grasping it on the faceplate. Do not touch traces, chips, or other
components on the circuit board at any time.
Figure 1 Unpacking a Module Carefully
4 Examine the module for obvious signs of damage.
If damage is apparent, follow the instructions in step 1.
If no damage is apparent, replace the module in its antistatic bag.
5 Leave the module in its antistatic bag until you are ready to install it.
6 Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide for important
safety information and instructions for installing and removing modules.
A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes.
Alternatively, you can download a copy of this guide from the 3Com Web
site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
Unpacking a Power Supply
Unpacking a Power
Supply
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The Switch 4005 can hold two power supplies. Only one power supply is
required for operation. If installed, a second power supply provides
complete redundancy if the other power supply fails.
If the power source to the Switch 4005 fails, the power supplies in the
switch do not function as battery backups.
All Switch 4005 chassis ship from the manufacturing center with one
power supply preinstalled. However, you can purchase a second power
supply separately and install it at your site.
This section contains instructions and cautions to be aware of when
unpacking an individual power supply (Model Number 3C16822).
1 Before you continue to unpack the shipping box, carefully examine it for
signs of damage.
If the shipping box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that
you have already removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your
network supplier (the company from which you purchased the product)
immediately.
If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:
■
If you are located in the United States or Canada, call
1-800-NET-3COM (1-800-638-3266) and select the numeric option to
reach customer service and the product repair departments.
■
If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone
number from the 3Com Web site:
http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html
2 Remove the protective wrap and inspect the power supply for damage. If
damage exists, follow the instructions in step 1.
3 Replace the protective wrap and return the power supply to its shipping
box until you are ready to install it.
4 Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide for important
safety information and instructions for removing and installing power
supplies.
A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes.
Alternatively, you can download a copy from the 3Com Web site. Click
the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
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CHAPTER 1: UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
Unpacking a
Fan Tray
The Switch 4005 chassis houses two fan trays. Each fan tray contains two
fans. All four fans are required for normal operation.
All Switch 4005 chassis and starter kits ship from the manufacturing
center with two fan trays preinstalled. You do not have to order or install
a fan tray in a Switch 4005 chassis unless one or both fans in a fan tray
fail.
This section contains instructions and cautions when unpacking an
individual fan tray (order number 3C16823).
1 Before you continue to unpack the shipping box, carefully examine it for
signs of damage.
If the shipping box shows any signs of damage, replace any items that
you have already removed, reseal the shipping box, and contact your
network supplier (the company from which you purchased the product)
immediately.
If you cannot contact your supplier, contact 3Com Customer Service:
■
If you are located in the United States or Canada, call
1-800-NET-3COM (1-800-638-3266) and select the numeric option to
reach customer service and the product repair departments.
■
If you are located in another country, find the appropriate telephone
number from the 3Com Web site:
http://www.3com.com/util/enterprise.html
2 Remove the protective wrap and inspect the fan tray supply for damage.
If damage exists, follow the instructions in step 1.
3 Replace the protective wrap and return the fan tray to its shipping box
until you are ready to install it.
4 Read the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide for important
safety information and instructions for removing and installing fan trays.
A printed copy of this guide is included in all chassis shipping boxes.
Alternatively, you can download a copy from the 3Com Web site. Click
the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
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DOCUMENTATION AND
INCLUDED SERVICES
This chapter provides brief descriptions of the following documentation
titles and how you can obtain them:
■
Switch 4005 Key Information Guide (this document)
■
Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide
■
Switch 4005 Software Configuration Guide
■
Switch 4005 Release Notes
In addition, this chapter describes the 3Com Network Supervisor software
that can be obtained from 3Com’s Web site, as well as the support
services that are included with the purchase of your Switch 4005.
Key Information
Guide
Printed Copies
This guide that you are reading contains a variety of important
information, as shown in the Table of Contents.
A printed copy of this guide is included with every item in the
Switch 4005 product set.
After you unpack shipping boxes, keep this guide in a safe place for
future reference, along with your sales paperwork. For example, you may
need to review the warranty terms at some point.
Electronic Copies
You can download an electronic copy of this guide from the 3Com Web
site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
The 3Com Web site contains the most updated version of this guide, or it
may contain “addendums” (additional information) to the version that
you received in your shipping box. We recommend that you consult the
Web site for the latest documentation. Corrections to this guide are
noted in Switch 4005 Release Notes.
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CHAPTER 2: DOCUMENTATION AND INCLUDED SERVICES
Installation and
Maintenance Guide
Printed Copies
The Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide provides the
information you need to install or replace a chassis, module, power
supply, or fan tray. It includes site requirements, product specifications,
important safety information, and installation and removal procedures.
A printed copy of this guide is included with all Switch 4005 chassis. For
your convenience, a wired binding allows the document to lay flat from
any page.
After you install a new chassis, keep this guide in a safe place for future
reference when you install or replace components such as modules, fan
trays, and power supplies.
You can order a printed copy of this guide as well as a copy of the
Switch 4005 Software Configuration Guide (as a packaged set) with
order number 3C16839.
Electronic Copies
You can download an electronic copy of this guide from the 3Com Web
site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
The 3Com Web site contains the most updated version of this guide, or it
may contain “addendums” (additional information) to the version that
you received in your shipping box. We recommend that you consult the
Web site for the latest documentation. Corrections to this guide are
noted in Switch 4005 Release Notes.
Software Configuration Guide
Software
Configuration
Guide
Printed Copies
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The Switch 4005 Software Configuration Guide provides information
about the switch architecture, the management interfaces, the default
software configuration that exists when you first power up the system,
and how to customize the software features.
A printed copy of this guide is included with all Switch 4005 chassis. For
your convenience, a wired binding allows the document to lay flat from
any page.
You can order a printed copy of this guide as well as a copy of the
Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide (as a packaged set) with
order number 3C16839.
Electronic Copies
You can download an electronic copy of this guide from the 3Com Web
site. Click the “Find Documentation” link on this page:
http://support.3com.com/index.htm
The 3Com Web site contains the most updated version of this guide, or it
may contain “addendums” (additional information) to the version that
you received in your shipping box. We recommend that you consult the
Web site for the latest documentation. Corrections to this guide are
noted in Switch 4005 Release Notes.
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CHAPTER 2: DOCUMENTATION AND INCLUDED SERVICES
Release Notes
Every major release and minor release is described in the Switch 4005
Release Notes.
Patch releases that fix one or two specific problems may be accompanied
by a “Read-Me” document to describe the nature of the release. If no
Read-Me document exists, contact 3Com technical support for
information about the patch before you download and install it on your
Switch 4005.
The Switch 4005 Release Notes normally contain a summary of release
features, brief descriptions of known problems or operational issues,
documentation corrections, and software installation and upgrade
procedures.
Electronic Copies
Only
Software and Switch 4005 Release Notes are available only from the
3Com Web site.
For the first release of the Switch 4005, software is preinstalled on the
product at the factory. Be sure to download and read the release
notes before you begin to customize the software.
For any future software release, be sure to download and read the release
notes before you install the software on the Switch 4005 because there
may be specific procedures that you must follow.
To download electronic copies of the Switch 4005 Release Notes, enter
http://support.3com.com/ as the URL, click the “Find
Documentation” link, then click the “Switches” link, and continue
clicking appropriate links for this product and the software release
number.
3Com Network Supervisor
3Com Network
Supervisor
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Download your free copy of 3Com Network Supervisor from
http:\\www.3com.com\tns. 3Com Network Supervisor provides powerful
yet easy-to-use network management tuned to the needs of small to
medium enterprises. Automated operations and intelligent defaults assist
network managers while advanced features are also available.
An intuitive user interface focuses on the tasks and information all
managers need in order to take control of their network. A discovery
wizard finds IP devices and links on the network including the 3Com
Switch 4005 and NBX telephones providing true converged network
management. It will discover up to 1500 devices excluding phones. 3NS
version 3 automatically detects network misconfgurations and
optimization opportunities.
After discovery the network structure is automatically mapped to provide
a graphical display of devices and connections. Working from the map
the network manager can quickly monitor stress, set thresholds and
alerts, view network events, generate reports and launch device
configuration tools. 3NS version 3 introduces key “Smart Event Engine”
functionality enabling users to automatically spot recurring and correlated
events.
To provide fast notification of problems 3Com Network Supervisor alerts
announce network problems via audio/visual alarms such as pagers or
SMS messages as well as email.
Network event tracking and reporting of network capacity, inventory and
topology as well as the ability to generate custom reports facilitate
proactive network management.
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Included Services
The purchase of this Switch 4005 includes the following services:
■
Telephone Support
■
3Com Web and Bulletin Board Services
■
Software Bug Fix Releases
These services are not part of the product warranty. 3Com reserves the
right to modify or cancel these included services at any time without
advance notice. These services are not available where prohibited or
restricted by law.
Telephone Support
Telephone technical support, with coverage for basic troubleshooting
only, is provided for 90 days from the date of purchase, on a commercially
reasonable efforts basis. Telephone support is available from 3Com only if
you purchased this product directly from 3Com, or if the your reseller is
unable to provide telephone support.
For 3Com technical support contact numbers around the world, see the
Technical Support appendix in the Switch 4005 Installation and
Maintenance Guide or Switch 4005 Software Configuration Guide, or
visit the 3Com Web site.
3Com Web Site and
Bulletin Board
Services
Information from the 3Com Web site or bulletin board services around
the world is available at no charge. These resources provide electronic
manuals, technical tips, and other information about 3Com products.
From the 3Com Web site, you can search the 3Com Knowledgebase for
information on particular problems or questions.
If you have a technical support case open with 3Com, you can access the
latest information about your case from the 3Com Web site.
Software Bug Fix
Releases
Access to bug fix releases of the version of software purchased and
registered by original Customer, as available and posted on 3Com.com;
some restrictions may apply.
CAUTION: When you download software, 3Com strongly recommends
that you also download the corresponding Release Notes or Read-Me
documentation that accompanies it. If no documentation exists for the
release, contact 3Com technical support before you install the software.
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import the Technical Data. In addition to the above, the Product may not
be used, exported or re-exported (i) into or to a national or resident of
any country to which the U.S. has embargoed; or (ii) to any one on the
U.S. Commerce Department's Table of Denial Orders or the U.S. Treasury
Department's list of Specially Designated Nationals.
Trade Secrets; Title
You acknowledge and agree that the structure, sequence and
organization of the Software are the valuable trade secrets of 3Com and
its suppliers. You agree to hold such trade secrets in confidence. You
further acknowledge and agree that ownership of, and title to, the
Software and Documentation and all subsequent copies thereof
regardless of the form or media are held by 3Com and its suppliers.
United States
Government Legends
The Software, Documentation and any other technical data provided
hereunder is commercial in nature and developed solely at private
expense. The Software is delivered as “Commercial Computer Software”
as defined in DFARS 252.227-7014 (June 1995) or as a commercial item
as defined in FAR 2.101(a) and as such is provided with only such rights
as are provided in this Agreement, which is 3Com's standard commercial
license for the Software. Technical data is provided with limited rights
only as provided in DFAR 252.227-7015 (Nov. 1995) or FAR 52.227-14
(June 1987), whichever is applicable.
Term and Termination
The licenses granted hereunder are perpetual unless terminated earlier as
specified below. You may terminate the licenses and this Agreement at
any time by destroying the Software and Documentation together with
all copies and merged portions in any form. The licenses and this
Agreement will also terminate immediately if you fail to comply with any
term or condition of this Agreement. Upon such termination you agree to
destroy the Software and Documentation, together with all copies and
merged portions in any form.
Limited Warranties
and Limitation of
Liability
All warranties and limitations of liability applicable to the Software are as
stated on the Limited Warranty Card or in the product manual, whether
in paper or electronic form, accompanying the Software. Such warranties
and limitations of liability are incorporated herein in their entirety by this
reference.
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Governing Law
This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California,
U.S.A. excluding its conflicts of laws principles and excluding the United
Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
Severability
In the event any provision of this Agreement is found to be invalid, illegal
or unenforceable, the validity, legality and enforceability of any of the
remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired and a
valid, legal and enforceable provision of similar intent and economic
impact shall be substituted therefor.
Entire Agreement
This Agreement sets forth the entire understanding and agreement
between you and 3Com and supersedes all prior agreements, whether
written or oral, with respect to the Software and Documentation, and
may be amended only in a writing signed by both parties.
Should you have any questions concerning this Agreement or if you
desire to contact 3Com for any reason, please contact the 3Com
subsidiary serving your country, or write:
3Com Corporation
Customer Support Information
5400 Bayfront Plaza
P.O. Box 58145
Santa Clara, CA 95052-8145
Copyright © 2002 3Com Corporation. All rights reserved. 3Com is a
registered trademark of 3Com Corporation.
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PRODUCT COMPLIANCE
Country or regional standards exist for certain physical and safety issues.
The Switch 4005 complies with the standards noted in this chapter.
Product specifications and additional standards compliance information
are noted in the Switch 4005 Installation and Maintenance Guide.
Emissions
Compliance
Statements for
Class A Products
Federal
Communications
Commission Notice
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 or her own expense.
Canadian Emissions
Requirements
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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VCCI Class A
Compliance
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.
EMC Directive Statement
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EMC Directive
Statement
EMC Directive Compliance
This equipment was tested and found to conform to the Council Directive
89/336/EEC for electromagnetic compatibility. Conformity with this
Directive is based upon compliance with the following harmonized
standards:
EN 55022
Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference
EN 50082-1
Electromagnetic Compatibility Generic Immunity Standard:
Residential, Commercial, and Light Industry
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this
product may cause radio interference, in which case you may be required
to take adequate measures.
Low Voltage
Directive Statement
Low Voltage Directive Compliance
This equipment was tested and found to conform to the Council Directive
72/23/EEC for safety of electrical equipment. Conformity with this
Directive is based upon compliance with the following harmonized
standard:
EN 60950
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
General Approval
Statement for UK
UK General Approval Statement
This equipment is manufactured to the international Safety Standard
EN60950 and is approved in the UK under the General Approval Number
NS/G/12345/J/100003 for indirect connection to the public
telecommunication network.
Australian EMC
Frameworks
Statement
Australian EMC Frameworks
Compliance
This product conforms to the EMC Frameworks and meets the Class A
limits of AS3548.
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