Enterasys Networks X16-C Network Router User Manual

Enterasys Matrix™ X
Secure Core Router
X16-C Chassis Installation Guide
P/N 9034082-04
Electrical Hazard: Only qualified personnel should perform installation procedures.
Riesgo Electrico: Solamente personal calificado debe realizar procedimientos de instalacion.
Elektrischer Gefahrenhinweis: Installationen sollten nur durch ausgebildetes und qualifiziertes Personal
vorgenommen werden.
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Regulatory Compliance Information
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice
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.
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 uses, generates, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed in accordance with the operator’s manual, may cause harmful 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.
WARNING: Changes or modifications made to this device which are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Industry Canada Notice
This digital apparatus does not exceed the class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits radioélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux appareils numériques de la class A prescrites dans le Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le ministère des Communications du Canada.
Class A ITE Notice
WARNING: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Clase A. Aviso de ITE
ADVERTENCIA: Este es un producto de Clase A. En un ambiente doméstico este producto puede causar interferencia de radio en cuyo caso puede ser requerido tomar medidas adecuadas.
Klasse A ITE Anmerkung
WARNHINWEIS: Dieses Produkt zählt zur Klasse A (Industriebereich). In Wohnbereichen kann es hierdurch zu Funkstörungen kommen, daher sollten angemessene Vorkehrungen zum Schutz getroffen werden. Product Safety
This product complies with the following: UL 60950, CSA C22.2 No. 60950, 73/23/EEC, EN 60950, IEC 60950, EN 60825, 21 CFR 1040.10.
Seguridad del Producto
El producto de Enterasys cumple con lo siguiente: UL 60950, CSA C22.2 No. 60950, 73/23/EEC, EN 60950, IEC 60950, EN 60825, 21 CFR 1040.10.
Produktsicherheit
Dieses Produkt entspricht den folgenden Richtlinien: UL 60950, CSA C22.2 No. 60950, 73/23/EEC, EN 60950, IEC 60950, EN 60825, 21 CFR 1040.10. ii
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This product complies with the following: 47 CFR Parts 2 and 15, CSA C108.8, 89/336/EEC, EN 60825, EN 55022, EN 61000‐3‐2, EN 61000‐3‐3, EN 55024, AS/NZS CISPR 22, CFR 1040.10, VCCI V‐3. Compatibilidad Electromágnetica (EMC)
Este producto de Enterasys cumple con lo siguiente: 47 CFR Partes 2 y 15, CSA C108.8, 89/336/EEC, EN 60825, EN 55022, EN 55024, EN 61000‐3‐2, EN 61000‐3‐3, AS/NZS CISPR 22, CFR 1040.10, VCCI V‐3.
Elektro-magnetische Kompatibilität (EMC)
Dieses Produkt entspricht den folgenden Richtlinien: 47 CFR Parts 2 and 15, CSA C108.8, 89/336/EEC, EN 60825, EN 55022, EN 61000‐3‐2, EN 61000‐3‐3, EN 55024, AS/NZS CISPR 22, 21 CFR 1040.10, VCCI V‐3.
Hazardous Substances
This product complies with the requirements of European Directive, 2002/95/EC, Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Notice
In accordance with Directive 2002/96/EC of the European Parliament on waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE):
1.
The symbol above indicates that separate collection of electrical and electronic equipment is required and that this product was placed on the European market after August 13, 2005, the date of enforcement for Directive 2002/96/EC.
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When this product has reached the end of its serviceable life, it cannot be disposed of as unsorted municipal waste. It must be collected and treated separately.
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It has been determined by the European Parliament that there are potential negative effects on the environment and human health as a result of the presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
4.
It is the users’ responsibility to utilize the available collection system to ensure WEEE is properly treated.
For information about the available collection system, please go to http://www.enterasys.com/services/support/ or contact Enterasys Customer Support at 353 61 705586 (Ireland).
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This table shows where these substances may be found in the supply chain of Enterasys’ electronic
information products, as of the date of sale of the enclosed product. Note that some of the component types
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VCCI Notice
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.
BSMI EMC Statement — Taiwan
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
Safety Information
Class 1 Laser Transceivers
The single mode interface modules use Class 1 laser transceivers.
Read the following safety information before installing or operating these modules.
The Class 1 laser transceivers use an optical feedback loop to maintain Class 1 operation limits. This control loop eliminates the need for maintenance checks or adjustments. The output is factory set, and does not allow any user adjustment. Class 1 Laser transceivers comply with the following safety standards:
• 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (FDA).
• IEC Publication 825 (International Electrotechnical Commission).
• CENELEC EN 60825 (European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization).
When operating within their performance limitations, laser transceiver output meets the Class 1 accessible emission limit of all three standards. Class 1 levels of laser radiation are not considered hazardous.
When the connector is in place, all laser radiation remains within the fiber. The maximum amount of radiant power exiting the fiber (under normal conditions) is ‐12.6 dBm or 55 x 10‐6 watts.
Removing the optical connector from the transceiver allows laser radiation to emit directly from the optical port. The maximum radiance from the optical port (under worst case conditions) is 0.8 W cm‐2 or 8 x 103 W m2 sr‐1. Do not use optical instruments to view the laser output. The use of optical instruments to view laser output increases eye hazard. When viewing the output optical port, power must be removed from the network adapter.
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Declaration of Conformity
Application of Council Directive(s):
89/336/EEC
73/23/EEC
Manufacturer’s Name:
Enterasys Networks, Inc.
Manufacturer’s Address:
50 Minuteman Road
Andover, MA USA 01810
European Representative Address:
Conformance to Directive(s)/Product Standards:
Equipment Type/Environment:
Enterasys Networks, Ltd.
Nexus House, Newbury Business Park
London Road, Newbury
Berkshire RG14 2PZ, England
EC Directive 89/336/EEC
EN 55022
EN 61000‐3‐2
EN 61000‐3‐3
EN 55024
EC Directive 73/23/EEC
EN 60950
EN 60825
Networking Equipment, for use in a Commercial or Light Industrial Environment.
Enterasys Networks, Inc. declares that the equipment packaged with this notice conforms to the above directives.
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Contents
About This Guide
Who Should Use This Guide ........................................................................................................................... xv
Using This Guide ............................................................................................................................................. xv
Using the Matrix X Router Manual Set ............................................................................................................xvi
Conventions Used in This Guide .....................................................................................................................xvi
Commonly Used Acronyms ............................................................................................................................ xvii
Getting Help .................................................................................................................................................... xvii
Chapter 1: Overview
System Description ......................................................................................................................................... 1-1
Features ......................................................................................................................................................... 1-4
X16-C Input/Output Modules .................................................................................................................... 1-4
X16-C Control Module .............................................................................................................................. 1-4
Installing Redundant CMs into an Active Matrix X Router ................................................................. 1-5
X16-C Fabric Module ............................................................................................................................... 1-7
X16-C Redundant Power Supplies .......................................................................................................... 1-8
Power Supply LEDs ........................................................................................................................... 1-8
Auto-Ranging Power Supplies ........................................................................................................... 1-8
Power Supply Replacement .............................................................................................................. 1-8
X16-C Cooling System ............................................................................................................................. 1-8
Rack-Mountable Chassis ......................................................................................................................... 1-9
Chapter 2: Site and Configuration Guidelines
Site Guidelines ............................................................................................................................................... 2-1
Configuration Guidelines ................................................................................................................................ 2-2
Chapter 3: Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Required Tools ............................................................................................................................................... 3-1
Unpacking the Matrix X16-C Chassis ............................................................................................................. 3-2
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis ............................................................................................................. 3-5
Setup Order .............................................................................................................................................. 3-5
Installing the Matrix X16-C Chassis ......................................................................................................... 3-5
Installing Optional Rack Support Brackets ........................................................................................ 3-6
Installing Optional Mid-Mount Brackets ............................................................................................. 3-7
Rack Mounting the Matrix X16-C Chassis ............................................................................................... 3-9
Chassis Bonding and Grounding ..................................................................................................... 3-11
Attaching the Electrostatic Discharge Wrist Strap ........................................................................... 3-13
Installing and Removing a Power Supply ..................................................................................................... 3-13
Power Supply Planning .......................................................................................................................... 3-14
Installing a Power Supply ....................................................................................................................... 3-14
Removing a Power Supply ..................................................................................................................... 3-17
Installing and Removing a Fan Tray ............................................................................................................. 3-18
Installing a Fan Tray ............................................................................................................................... 3-18
Removing a Fan Tray ............................................................................................................................. 3-20
Installing and Removing Modules ................................................................................................................. 3-20
Installing and Removing IOMs ............................................................................................................... 3-20
Installing and Removing CMs ................................................................................................................ 3-23
Replacing the CM Battery ...................................................................................................................... 3-24
Installing and Removing FMs ................................................................................................................. 3-25
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Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit ................................................... 3-26
Installing an XFP/SFP Module ............................................................................................................... 3-26
Removing an XFP/SFP Module ............................................................................................................. 3-27
Connecting Fiber-Optic Cables .............................................................................................................. 3-28
Connecting to the CM COM Port ........................................................................................................... 3-29
Connecting the CM COM Port to an IBM PC or Compatible Device ...................................................... 3-29
Connecting the CM COM Port to a VT Series Terminal ......................................................................... 3-30
Connecting the CM COM Port to a Modem ........................................................................................... 3-31
Adapter Wiring and Signal Assignments ......................................................................................... 3-32
Connecting to the CM USB Port ............................................................................................................ 3-33
Installing a Compact Flash Card ............................................................................................................ 3-34
Installing the Memory Upgrade Kit ......................................................................................................... 3-35
Removing the DIMMs ...................................................................................................................... 3-35
Installing the DIMMs ........................................................................................................................ 3-36
Optional Cable Management Kit ................................................................................................................... 3-37
Installing the Optional Cable Management Kit ....................................................................................... 3-38
Powering Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis ....................................................................................................... 3-41
LEDs and Reset Button ................................................................................................................................ 3-42
Power Supply LEDs ............................................................................................................................... 3-42
Fan Tray LEDs ....................................................................................................................................... 3-43
Module LEDs and Reset Button ............................................................................................................. 3-44
Control and Fabric Module LEDs .................................................................................................... 3-44
IOM LEDs ........................................................................................................................................ 3-46
First-Time Quick Configuration ..................................................................................................................... 3-47
Assigning an IP Address to eth0 ............................................................................................................ 3-47
Configuring DHCP .................................................................................................................................. 3-47
Enabling NTP ......................................................................................................................................... 3-48
Naming the Matrix X16-C ....................................................................................................................... 3-48
Appendix A: Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
Chassis, Power Supply, and Fan Tray Specifications ....................................................................................A-1
Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options ..........................................................A-2
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (XFP) ...................................................................................A-4
1-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (SFP) .....................................................................................A-5
SFP Input/Output Specifications .....................................................................................................................A-6
MGBIC-LC01/MGBIC-MT01 Specifications (1000BASE-SX) ..................................................................A-6
MGBIC-LC03 Specifications (1000BASE-SX) .........................................................................................A-7
MGBIC-LC09 Specifications (1000BASE-LX) ..........................................................................................A-7
MGBIC-08 Specifications (1000BASE-ELX) ............................................................................................A-8
MGBIC-02 Specifications (1000BASE-T) .................................................................................................A-8
COM Port Pinout Assignments .......................................................................................................................A-9
Regulatory Compliance ..................................................................................................................................A-9
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A-1
Matrix X16-C Chassis as Shipped (Front View) ................................................................................. 1-2
Matrix X16-C Chassis as Shipped (Rear View) .................................................................................. 1-3
Disassembly Steps 1 and 2 ................................................................................................................ 3-2
Disassembly Steps 3 and 4 ................................................................................................................ 3-3
Disassembly Step 5 ............................................................................................................................ 3-3
Disassembly Steps 6 through 8.......................................................................................................... 3-4
Installing Rack Support Brackets........................................................................................................ 3-7
Fastening Mid-Mount Brackets ........................................................................................................... 3-8
Rack Mounting the Matrix X16-C Chassis ........................................................................................ 3-10
Rack Mounting the Mid-Mounted Chassis ........................................................................................ 3-11
Telcordia GR-1089 Grounding Hole Pattern and Cable ................................................................... 3-12
ESD Grounding Receptacle ............................................................................................................. 3-13
Power Supply Planning: N + 1 Method............................................................................................. 3-14
Power Supply Planning: 1 + 1 Method ............................................................................................. 3-14
Removing Power Supply Vent Plate................................................................................................. 3-15
Installing Power Supply Module ....................................................................................................... 3-16
Removing Blank Coverplate from Power Supply Slot ...................................................................... 3-16
Removing the AC Inlet Power Cord.................................................................................................. 3-17
Removing Bottom Bezel ................................................................................................................... 3-19
Installing Fan Tray ............................................................................................................................ 3-19
Installing IOMs.................................................................................................................................. 3-21
Engaging Ejector Handles ................................................................................................................ 3-22
Removing IOM Coverplate ............................................................................................................... 3-22
Installing Control Module .................................................................................................................. 3-23
Installing Fabric Module.................................................................................................................... 3-25
Installing XFP/SFP Optical Transceiver ........................................................................................... 3-27
Attaching LC or MT-RJ Cable Connector ......................................................................................... 3-28
Connecting an IBM PC or Compatible.............................................................................................. 3-30
Connecting a VT Series Terminal..................................................................................................... 3-31
Connecting to a Modem ................................................................................................................... 3-32
Attaching a USB Device to the CM................................................................................................... 3-34
Installing Flash Card ......................................................................................................................... 3-34
Locating the DIMMs on the CM ........................................................................................................ 3-35
Removing the Existing DIMM ........................................................................................................... 3-36
Installing the Bottom Cable Management Assembly ........................................................................ 3-39
Securing Cables Using Velcro Cable Straps .................................................................................... 3-40
Connecting 20 Amp AC Power Cord to the Power Supply ............................................................... 3-41
Power Supply LEDs.......................................................................................................................... 3-42
Fan Tray LED ................................................................................................................................... 3-43
Fan Tray LEDs on Bottom Chassis Bezel ........................................................................................ 3-43
Fan Tray LEDs on Bottom Cable Management Assembly Base Panel............................................ 3-44
Fabric and Control Module LEDs and Reset Button......................................................................... 3-45
COM Port Pin Assignments ................................................................................................................A-9
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DC/AC Power Supply (PS1-PS6) LED Definitions ........................................................................... 3-42
Fan Tray LED Definitions ................................................................................................................. 3-44
Control and Fabric Module LED Definitions ..................................................................................... 3-45
IOM LED Definitions ......................................................................................................................... 3-46
Matrix X-16C Specifications ...............................................................................................................A-1
AC Power Supply Requirements ........................................................................................................A-2
Module Power Specifications .............................................................................................................A-3
Redundancy Configurations for AC Line 100–120 Vac ......................................................................A-3
Redundancy Configurations for AC Line 200–240 Vac ......................................................................A-3
Twist Lock Power Cord Options .........................................................................................................A-4
XFP Port, Physical, and Environmental Specifications ......................................................................A-4
XFP Fiber-Optic Specifications...........................................................................................................A-4
Recommended Cable Types and Specifications ................................................................................A-5
Mini-GBIC Input/Output Port Specifications .......................................................................................A-6
MGBIC-LC01 / MGBIC-MT01 Optical Specifications .........................................................................A-6
MGBIC-LC01 / MGBIC-MT01 Operating Range ................................................................................A-6
MGBIC-LC03 Optical Specifications...................................................................................................A-7
MGBIC-LC03 Operating Range..........................................................................................................A-7
MGBIC-LC09 Optical Specifications...................................................................................................A-7
MGBIC-LC09 Operating Range..........................................................................................................A-7
MGBIC-08 Optical Specifications .......................................................................................................A-8
MGBIC-08 Operating Range ..............................................................................................................A-8
MGBIC-02 Specifications ...................................................................................................................A-8
COM Port Pin Assignments ................................................................................................................A-9
Regulatory Requirements ...................................................................................................................A-9
About This Guide
This guide describes the Enterasys Matrix™ X16‐C chassis features, options, specifications, and provides information to install the chassis in a standard 19‐inch (48.26‐centimeter) equipment rack or cabinet. This guide also explains how to interpret the system status LEDs to facilitate troubleshooting when necessary, and provides information on how to contact Enterasys Networks if you need help.
Who Should Use This Guide
This guide is intended for a network administrator who is responsible for installing and setting up the Matrix X Router system.
Electrical Hazard: Only qualified personnel should install or service this unit.
Riesgo Electrico: Nada mas personal capacitado debe de instalar o darle servicio a esta unida.
Elektrischer Gefahrenhinweis: Installationen oder Servicearbeiten sollten nur durch
ausgebildetes und qualifiziertes Personal vorgenommen werden.
Using This Guide
Read through this guide completely to familiarize yourself with its contents and to gain an understanding of the features and capabilities of the Matrix X16‐C chassis.
This chapter provides preliminary information to help you use this guide and a brief summary of each chapter. It also discusses the Matrix X16‐C manual set and defines conventions used throughout this document.
For information about ...
Refer to ...
Features and capabilities of the Matrix X16-C chassis
system, and how to get help
Chapter 1, Overview
Installation site requirements that must be met before
installing the Matrix X16-C in a cabinet or rack,
configuration guidelines, and operating specifications for
the X16-C enclosure and power supply modules
Chapter 2, Site and Configuration Guidelines
Rack-mounting the Matrix X16-C; using the optional
X16-C Cable Management Kit; installing the power
supply modules, fan trays, and DIMM Upgrade Kit;
powering up the chassis; and performing first-time
configuration
Chapter 3, Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Environmental, operating, and power budgeting
specifications for the Matrix X16-C, power supply
modules, fan trays, twist lock plugs, and 1- and 10Gigabit Ethernet transceivers; COM port pin
assignments; and regulatory compliances
Appendix A, Specifications and Regulatory
Compliance
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Using the Matrix X Router Manual Set
Using the Matrix X Router Manual Set
Additional documents are provided to explain installation of X Router Input/Output Modules (IOMs) in the X16‐C, configuration of CLI commands on the X16‐C and how to apply these commands with more in‐depth instructions, how to respond to error messages that may appear on the command line, and advise you on the latest Release Notes.
Each document in this set assumes that the qualified personnel installing the module has a general working knowledge of data communications networks and their physical layer components.
The following related Matrix X Router documentation is available:
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Matrix X Router Configuration Guide
•
Matrix X Router Command Line Interface Reference Guide
•
Matrix X Router Quick Reference Cards
•
Matrix X Router Release Notes
Documentation can be accessed on the World Wide Web, at the following URL:
http://www.enterasys.com/support/manuals/
Conventions Used in This Guide
The following conventions are used in this guide:
Note: Calls the reader’s attention to any item of information that may be of special importance.
Caution: Contains information essential to avoid damage to the equipment.
Precaución: Contiene información esencial para prevenir dañar el equipo.
Achtung: Verweißt auf wichtige Informationen zum Schutz gegen Beschädigungen.
Electrical Hazard: Warns against an action that could result in personal injury or death due to an
electrical hazard.
Riesgo Electrico: Advierte contra una acción que pudiera resultar en lesión corporal o la muerte
debido a un riesgo eléctrico.
Elektrischer Gefahrenhinweis: Warnung vor sämtlichen Handlungen, die zu Verletzung von
Personen oder Todesfällen – hervorgerufen durch elektrische Spannung – führen können!
Warning: Warns against an action that could result in personal injury or death.
Advertencia: Advierte contra una acción que pudiera resultar en lesión corporal o la muerte.
Warnhinweis: Warnung vor Handlungen, die zu Verletzung von Personen oder gar Todesfällen
führen können!
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Commonly Used Acronyms
Commonly Used Acronyms
The following acronyms are used extensively throughout this guide:
•
IOM – Input/Output Module
•
FM – Fabric Module
•
CM – Control Module
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LED – Light Emitting Diode
•
XFP – 10‐Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable fiber‐optic transceiver
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SFP – 1‐Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable fiber‐optic transceiver
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SMF – Single Mode Fiber
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MMF – Multimode Fiber
•
WWDM – Wide‐Wavelength‐Division Multiplexed
•
USB – Universal Serial Bus
•
ESD – Electrostatic Discharge
Getting Help
For additional support related to the X16‐C or this document, contact Enterasys Networks using one of the following methods:
World Wide Web
www.enterasys.com/services/support/
Phone
1-800-872-8440 (toll-free in U.S. and Canada)
or 1-978-684-1000
For the Enterasys Networks Support toll-free number in your country:
www.enterasys.com/services/support/contact/
Internet mail
support@enterasys.com
To expedite your message, please type [X-Series] in the subject line.
To send comments or suggestions concerning this document to the Technical Publications Department:
techpubs@enterasys.com
To expedite your message, include the document Part Number in the Email message.
Before contacting Enterasys Networks for technical support, have the following data ready:
•
Your Enterasys Networks service contract number
•
A description of the failure
•
A description of any action(s) already taken to resolve the problem (for example, changing mode switches or rebooting the unit)
•
The serial and revision numbers of all involved Enterasys Networks products in the network
•
A description of your network environment (such as layout, cable type, other relevant environmental information)
•
Network load and frame size at the time of trouble (if known)
•
The device history (for example, if you have returned the device before, or if this is a recurring problem)
•
Any previous Return Material Authorization (RMA) numbers
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About This Guide
1
Overview
This chapter describes the following:
For information about:
Refer to page ...
System Description
1-1
Features
1-4
System Description
The Matrix X16‐C design provides 20 slots to seat 16 Input/Output Modules (IOM), two Fabric Modules (FM), and two Control Modules (CM).
The Matrix X16‐C supports:
•
Terabit switching capacity
•
Hot swapping of modules
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Redundant power and cooling systems
•
Installation in a standard 19‐inch (48.26‐centimeter) wide rack. You can load two chassis into a standard 7‐foot (213.36‐centimeter) high rack
•
Protective earth grounding requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) UL 60950 and IEC 60950 standards
•
Telcordia GR‐1089 Section 9, Bonding and Grounding Requirements, when required
All chassis components (power supplies, fan tray, and modules) are installed from the front of the chassis for ease of maintenance. All LED indicators are observable from the front of the chassis to aid in monitoring network operational status and performing maintenance. Figure 1‐1 illustrates the Matrix X16‐C chassis (front view) as shipped from the factory with coverplates removed from all slots labeled 1 including CM1, FM1, PS1, the first IOM and fan tray slots. Figure 1‐2 illustrates the rear of the chassis showing AC power inlets 1 through 4 and earth grounding holes.
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System Description
Figure 1-1
Matrix X16-C Chassis as Shipped (Front View)
1
2
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
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Overview
GROUND
S/N:
1
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1
2
3
4
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
Top bezel
Top Fan Tray LEDs
Double-wide IOM coverplates (slots 7-16)
Fabric Module slots (2)
Single-wide IOM coverplates (slots 1-6)
6
7
8
9
10
Control Module slots (2)
Vent cover and Power Supply slots (6)
Ground strap receptacle
Bottom fan tray LEDs
Bottom bezel
System Description
Figure 1-2
Matrix X16-C Chassis as Shipped (Rear View)
AC INLET 6
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
AC INLET 5
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
AC INLET 4
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
1
CAUTION: THIS UNIT MAY HAVE MORE THAN ONE
POWER SUPPLY CORD. DISCONNECT SIX (6)
POWER SUPPLY CORDS BEFORE SERVICING TO
AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK.
VORSICHT: DIESES GERÄT HAT MEHR ALS EINEN
NETZANSSCHLUß. TRENNEN SIE VOR
WARTUNGSARBEITEN DIE 6 NETZANSCHLÜSSE VOM
NETZ, UM ELEKTRISCHE SCHLÄGE ZU VERMEIDEN.
AC INLET 3
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
AC INLET 2
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
AC INLET 1
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
2
1
AC power supply inlets (6) with cord lock brackets
2
Earth grounding holes
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Features
Features
The following sections provide an overview of the system features.
X16-C Input/Output Modules
The Matrix X16‐C supports Input/Output Modules (IOM) which perform all system packet forwarding. The X16‐C provides 16 slots to install the IOMs.
Physical connectors for these Ethernet IOMs include:
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Single and Multimode Fiber (SMF, MMF), 10‐Gigabit Form Factor Pluggables (XFP)
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SMF/MMF, 1‐Gigabit Form Factor Pluggables (SFP)
Supported transceivers for XFP and SFP connectors are:
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Serial MMF at 850 nm wavelength with a 65‐meter (213‐foot) reach
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WWDM (Wide‐Wavelength‐Division Multiplexed) and MMF at 1310 nm wavelength with a 300‐meter (984‐foot) reach
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WWDM and Serial SMF at 1310 nm wavelength with a 10‐kilometer (6‐mile) reach
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Serial SMF at 1550 nm wavelength with ranges up to 80 kilometers (49.7 miles)
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Copper, 1000BASE‐T 1.25 GBd at 1550 nm wavelength with a 100‐meter (328‐foot) reach
IOMs are equipped with the IBM PowerPC 440GX, 600 GHz processor and 512 MB of memory. Each module also provides 512 KB of FLASH which stores the POST diagnostics and system boot code. An EEPROM stores from 2 to 48 IEEE MAC addresses, depending on the number of physical interfaces per IOM, and manufacturing data.
X16-C Control Module
The X16‐C provides a Control Module (CM) to centrally control the system. This module hosts the management software and protocols for system operations. A second slot is available to install an optional CM for a redundant, high availability configuration. When in tandem, the CMs are set to either Active or Standby state, which is determined by the CMs themselves using an internal algorithm. The CMs communicate across two channels with one reserved as a high‐availability link.
CMs are equipped with the Pentium M 1.66 GHz processor and include 1 GB of memory upgradeable to 4 GB.
The CMs can be hardware reset—similar to a power recycle—using the RESET button on the front panel.
A 1‐GB Compact FLASH card is provided on the CM to store multiple system boot images and a minimum of two configuration files. For information about downloading firmware and software, refer to the Matrix X Router Configuration Guide. The chassis serial number and 4 MAC addresses are not stored in the CM, but on a Chassis PROM which is on the chassis backplane and not the control module. For redundancy, there are two Chassis PROMs per chassis.
The CM also provides one USB port, one serial COM (Console) port, and one Ethernet port for system management. The USB port is useful for fast downloading of configuration files, while the Ethernet port is useful as a network management interface, for example, on a chassis where all the interfaces are 10‐Gigabit Ethernet. The Ethernet interface also supports Access Control Lists 1-4
Overview
Features
(ACLs) and, by default, is associated with the VPN Routing/Forwarding (VRF) instance that all interfaces are assigned to. Be aware of the following caveats, however, when using this interface:
•
IGP and EGP routing protocols do not export routes
•
Bridging is not supported
The Console port is considered the primary CLI interface, and is also useful for reading startup and diagnostic messages, event logging, and many other tasks.
The CM supports up to 18 Telnet or SSH sessions which may be built on any module interface. Refer to the Matrix X Router Configuration Guide for more information.
Installing Redundant CMs into an Active Matrix X Router
Caution: Do not remove an active CM that is in the process of synchronizing with a standby CM.
This can potentially cause loss of the system’s startup configuration.
Precaución: No quite el CM activo que esté en el proceso de sincronizar con un CM redundante.
Esto puede causar una pérdida de la configuración del arranque de sistema.
To ensure redundant CM installation in an active system is performed correctly, perform the following steps:
1.
Verify that the active CM is up by entering the show system hardware command. For example, if the active CM is in slot 1, the following output (partial) will display:
matrix-x(switch-su)-> show system hardware cm 1
CM SLOT 1
Model:
State:
...
2.
CM Version 1.0
Active
Back up your existing configuration with the show config outfile command. For example, to copy the file Feb25.cfg you created that contains the current running configuration on your system, type the following:
matrix-x(switch-su)-> show config outfile public/Feb25.cfg
The configuration is saved in the file Feb25.cfg in the public/ directory on both the active and standby CMs.
3.
Optionally, copy the file you just created to the local/ directory on both the active and standby CMs. The local/ directory is a non‐replicated backup area that can be used to store files that you want to keep during a firmware upgrade or downgrade, since an upgrade or downgrade may wipe out the public directory. matrix-x(switch-su)-> copy public/feb25.cfg local/Feb25.cfg
matrix-x(switch-su)-> copy public/feb25.cfg standby:local/feb25.cfg
4.
Copy the backup configuration file to a remote location using the copy command. For example, to copy the Feb25.cfg file to a remote site using FTP, type the following:
matrix-x(switch-su)-> copy public/Feb25.cfg ftp://usergina@10.10.10.10/
scripts/Feb25.cfg
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Features
5.
Insert the standby CM into the system and wait until it is fully synchronized with the active CM before removing the active CM. Do not physically remove the active CM during the synchronization process. The following message will appear on your console screen:
MXS Standby: Synchronization monitoring system
MXS CM Standby: SYNCING DATA. Do not remove the Active CM
configuration data 124 MB
high-availability data256 MB
6.
Copying 10.4%(2006 KBPS)00m56s remain
Copy-Pending
To manually check the state of the synchronization process, enter the show system high‐
availability command which will display the following output:
matrix-x(switch-su)-> show system high-availability
SYSTEM HIGH-AVAILABILITY INFORMATION
-----------------------------------System Coldstart:
Current Time:
Total System Uptime:
HA-Channel:
Configuration:
Total Failovers Since Coldstart:
Early Repetitive Failure Protection:
Active Module:
Standby Module:
CONTROL MODULE INFORMATION
-------------------------------CM1
In-Service
Active
CM2
In-Service
Standby
Wed Mar 9 12:28:24 2005
Wed Mar 9 18:36:06 2005
0d06h07m42s
Primary - Online
Non-Redundant (Coldstart after Reboot)
0
10m00s, 00n45s remain
CM1
Synchronizing
Uptime:0d00h54m08s
1.3.2.N
Replication Status:
-------------------------------configuration data
124 MB Copying 10.4%(2006 KBPS)00m56s remain
high-availability data 256 MB Copy-Pending
The following conditions are preventing a Hot-Redundant configuration:
-------------------------------* Hot-Failover is disabled
* Early repetitive failure protection timer has not expired
* Synchronizing configuration data
* Synchronizing high-availability data
After a few minutes this message will appear on the Standby Control Module indicating synchronization is complete:
MXS Standby: Availability monitor
Wed Jan 10 10:26:00 2007
MXS CM Hot In-Service Standby: Waiting for failover
Total System Uptime: 23d14h08m12s
1-6
Overview
Features
7.
Again, you can enter the show system high‐availability command to verify synchronization is complete and the standby CM is up. Note in the output that the Standby Module status has changed from Synchronizing to In‐Service.
SYSTEM HIGH-AVAILABILITY INFORMATION
-----------------------------------System Coldstart:
Current Time:
Total System Uptime:
HA-Channel:
Configuration:
Total Failovers Since Coldstart:
Early Repetitive Failure Protection:
Wed Mar 9 12:28:24 2005
Wed Mar 9 18:36:06 2005
0d06h07m42s
Primary - Online
Warm-Redundant (Failover = Coldstart)
0
10m00s, Expired
CONTROL MODULE INFORMATION
-------------------------------CM1
In-Service
Active
CM2
In-Service
Standby
Uptime:0d00h54m08s
Uptime:0d00h05m36s
MONITOR VALUES
-------------------------------Scan Interval:
60s
In-use memory threshold:
85%
Memory change delta:
10240KB
Cpu Usage threshold:
80.0%
(default)
(default)
(default)
(default)
1.3.2.N
1.3.2.N
Be aware that if the active CM resets during the synchronization (for example, due to a software fault, operator command, power‐loss, or other system problem), you do not need to take action. The system will fully recover on its own during the next system restart, assuming that both CMs are left installed in the chassis. However, physically removing the active CM during the process may cause configuration data loss.
Proper CM Recovery
If you want to ensure that a certain configuration wins arbitration over another after a “physical loss,” the solution is to allow the CM it is stored on to become active first. This can be accomplished in one of two ways:
1.
Install only one CM in the chassis.
2.
Do not allow the other CM to boot until after the good CM has declared itself active.
For example, say the mistake you made was to reinsert an installed CM (CMa in an originally single CM chassis) back into the running system knowing that there was already an active CM (CMb) running. One solution would be to physically remove CMb, insert CMa, allow it to become active, then insert CMb. The configuration contained on CMa will then be restored.
X16-C Fabric Module
The Matrix X16‐C provides a Fabric Module (FM) which connects multiple IOMs to form an integrated system. Current IOMs require dual FMs to support line rate traffic. Both are in Active mode.
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Features
X16-C Redundant Power Supplies
The Matrix X16‐C supports up to six power supplies that install on the right side of the chassis, in slots labeled PS1 through PS6. While the chassis can operate with fewer than six power supplies installed depending upon the number of installed IOMs, FMs, and CMs, additional power supplies provide redundancy and load sharing.
Each power supply (X‐AC) requires a dedicated 100‐240 Vac, 20 Amp earth‐grounded circuit. Power cords shipped with this unit are country‐dependent. Each power cord must be plugged into an independent power circuit.
Each power supply has its own cooling fans to force air from the front and out the back of the chassis.
The power supplies are capable of load sharing (+/‐ 5%) of the Matrix X16‐C power load. If one power supply fails, the other power supplies support a minimally loaded chassis (1 IOM, 1 FM, and 1 CM) without interruption to network traffic. Refer to “Site Guidelines” on page 2‐1 and “Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options” on page A‐2 for power outlet requirements.
As an option, you can purchase twist lock power cords which securely attach the rear power inlets to the power outlets. Refer to Table A‐6 on page A‐4 to select the correct receptacle type required to utilize this cord for your chassis.
Power Supply LEDs
Each power supply comes equipped with two LEDs for at‐a‐glance diagnostics that indicate individual AC and DC power supply status. Refer to “Power Supply LEDs” on page 3‐42, for more information.
Auto-Ranging Power Supplies
The Matrix X16‐C power supplies automatically adjust to the input voltage and frequency, which allows for an input voltage of 100 to 240 Vac, and a frequency between 50 and 60 Hz. See the operating specifications in Appendix A, Specifications and Regulatory Compliance. No additional adjustments are necessary. For installations in North America, a 20 Amp power cord is required. See “Powering Up the Matrix X16‐C Chassis” on page 3‐41 for more details.
Power Supply Replacement
To limit network downtime, a power supply may be removed after it has been powered down without powering down the chassis. When more than one power supply is installed, this allows you to remove one power supply without interrupting network traffic.
X16-C Cooling System
The X16‐C features up to six (X‐FAN) removable fan trays accessible from the front of the unit. These units are hot swappable, so they can be replaced without powering down the chassis. The fan tray has one LED located on the front of the unit, indicating the status of the fan tray (normal/
fault/off). Refer to “Fan Tray LEDs” on page 3‐43 for a full description of the fan tray LED states.
On the X16‐C, cooling air enters the side, front, and rear of the chassis at the bottom, traveling up through the modules, then exhausts in the back and sides at the top of the chassis.
1-8
Overview
Features
Rack-Mountable Chassis
The Matrix X16‐C chassis is designed to be mounted in a standard 19‐inch wide (48.26‐centimeter) equipment rack. You can load two chassis into a standard 7‐foot high (213.36‐centimeter) rack. Optional bottom shelving and mid‐mount brackets are available for non‐standard circumstances.
Refer to “Site Guidelines” on page 2‐1 for requirements on ventilation and cooling.
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Features
1-10
Overview
2
Site and Configuration Guidelines
This chapter describes the following:
For information about:
Refer to page ...
Site Guidelines
2-1
Configuration Guidelines
2-2
Electrical Hazard: Only qualified personnel should install or service this unit.
Riesgo Eléctrico: Solamente personal capacitado debe de instalar o darle servicio a esta unida.
Elektrischer Gefahrenhinweis: Installationen oder Servicearbeiten sollten nur durch
ausgebildetes und qualifiziertes Personal vorgenommen werden.
Site Guidelines
The following guidelines must be followed when a site is selected for the Matrix X16‐C. If these guidelines are not followed, network performance may be unsatisfactory.
•
To allow proper cooling, allow 7.62 centimeters (3 inches) of clearance above the chassis and 5.08 centimeters (2 inches) of clearance on either side of it.
•
Either six or three fans may be installed in the X16‐C—any other number is not recommended. If you install three fans, insert them in the bottom of the rack only.
•
Ensure that the rack used to install the Matrix X16‐C can support the unit and that the rack remains stable.
•
The AC power supplies for the Matrix X Router chassis require three‐pronged power receptacles capable of delivering the current and voltage specified in “Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options” on page A‐2. One 20‐Amp, earth‐
grounded AC outlet on independently‐fused circuits is required for each power supply, and must be located within 182 centimeters (6 feet) from the site. Power cords and outlet types are country‐specific. In the United States, three power cords with NEMA 5‐20P plugs are provided separately.
•
Ambient temperature at the installation site must be maintained between 5° and 40°C (41° to 104°F). Temperature changes must be maintained within 10°C (18°F) per hour.
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Configuration Guidelines
Configuration Guidelines
The Matrix X16‐C provides 20 slots that accept modules. IOM (Input/Output Module) slots are numbered 1 through 8 beginning with the bottom left‐most slot and continuing from 9 through 16 beginning at the top left. Two Fabric Module slots, labeled FM1 and FM2, are located in the middle of the chassis, and beneath them, Control Module slots CM1 and CM2.
The three slots located at the very bottom of the chassis are reserved for fan trays. Three optional fan tray slots are located at the top of the chassis. Lastly, six Power Supply slots occupy the right side of the chassis.
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Site and Configuration Guidelines
3
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
This chapter describes the following:
For information about:
Refer to page ...
Required Tools
3-1
Unpacking the Matrix X16-C Chassis
3-2
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
3-5
Installing and Removing a Power Supply
3-13
Installing and Removing a Fan Tray
3-18
Installing and Removing Modules
3-20
Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
3-26
Installing the Optional Cable Management Kit
3-38
Powering Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
3-41
LEDs and Reset Button
3-42
First-Time Quick Configuration
3-47
Required Tools
Installation equipment needed includes:
•
Box cutter
•
Phillips screwdriver
•
Flat blade screwdriver
Electrical Hazard: Only qualified personnel should install or service this unit.
Riesgo Eléctrico: Solamente personal calificado debe realizar procedimientos de instalacion.
Elektrischer Gefahrenhinweis: Installationen sollten nur durch ausgebildetes und qualifiziertes
Personal vorgenommen werden.
A box cutter is required to cut the shipping straps. A Phillips screwdriver is needed to install the unit in a 19‐inch (48.26‐centimeter) equipment rack and to install the optional Cable Management Kit (refer to “Optional Cable Management Kit” on page 3‐37 for more information). A flat blade screwdriver is used to tighten and loosen captive screws. Refer to Chapter 2 for guidelines that must be followed to install the Matrix X16‐C chassis.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Installation Guide
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Unpacking the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Unpacking the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Note: Unpack the Matrix X16-C chassis components only as needed. Leave the components in
their respective shipping cartons until you are ready to install that component. Save all shipping
materials in the event you must repack the chassis.
The Matrix X16‐C chassis is packed and shipped on a skid. Before unpacking the chassis, examine the outside packaging for obvious damage. To unpack the Matrix X16‐C chassis, refer to the following figures which illustrate disassembly and include numbers that correspond to the steps below. Proceed as follows:
1.
With a box cutter, cut the two shipping straps fastening the corrugated box to the skid, as shown in Figure 3‐1.
2.
Lift and remove the shipping box from the skid.
Figure 3-1
Disassembly Steps 1 and 2
1
2
3
1
Shipping straps
3.
Remove and save the rack support brackets, accessory package, documents, cable, and other equipment from the top of the styrofoam cap, as shown in Figure 3‐2 on page 3‐3. Accessories and optional equipment include:
4.
3-2
2
Shipping box
–
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) wrist strap
–
Installation documentation
–
Screw assemblies
–
Rack support brackets
–
RJ45 management cable
3 Shipping skid
Lift and remove the styrofoam cap from the top of the chassis. Save for reshipping, if necessary.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Unpacking the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Figure 3-2
Disassembly Steps 3 and 4
7
1
2
3
4
6
5
1
2
3
4
5.
Accessory package
Screw assemblies packet
ESD wrist strap packet
Documentation
5 RJ45 management cable
6 Styrofoam cap
7 Rack support brackets
Open the top of the shipping bag covering the unit, then pull the bag down around the skid, as shown in Figure 3‐3.
Figure 3-3
Disassembly Step 5
1
2
1 Shipping bag
3
1
2 Shipping skid
3 Chassis
6.
Remove and save (for later use) the screws fastening left and right shipping brackets to the chassis and the skid, as shown in Figure 3‐4 on page 3‐4.
7.
Lift and remove the chassis from the skid.
8.
Save the plastic bag and skid for future reshipping, if necessary.
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Unpacking the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Figure 3-4
Disassembly Steps 6 through 8
1
3
4
4
3
2
1 Chassis
2 Shipping bag and skid
9.
3 Shipping screws (10)
4 Shipping brackets (4)
Be aware that the following peripherals ship separately:
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IOMs
–
CMs
–
FMs
–
Fan trays
–
Power supplies and 20‐Amp line (inlet) cords (one per power supply)
–
Power cords with twist lock plugs
–
Mid‐mount brackets (2)
Note: To reship the chassis, refer to the directions above and reverse each step. Ensure that all
shipping brackets are used including the ones that serve as the shelf (rear shipping bracket).
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
The following sections describe the procedures that must be followed to complete chassis installation. Chassis are shipped with all slots labeled “1” open. Coverplates over IOM slot 1, Fabric and Control Module slot 1, Fan Tray slot 1, and PS1 (power supply) are removed, and the slots are ready for module installation.
Setup Order
Once a suitable site has been chosen, proceed to install the Matrix X16‐C chassis in a rack. It is recommended that the Matrix X16‐C chassis installation proceed in this order:
1.
Mount the chassis to a 19‐inch wide (48.26‐centimeter) rack or other secure location. Refer to “Installing the Matrix X16‐C Chassis” on page 3‐5.
2.
Perform chassis bonding and grounding. Refer to “Chassis Bonding and Grounding” on page 3‐11.
3.
Attach the Electrostatic Discharge wrist strap. Refer to “Attaching the Electrostatic Discharge Wrist Strap” on page 3‐13.
4.
Install power supply module(s). Refer to “Installing and Removing a Power Supply” on page 3‐13.
5.
Install fan tray(s). Refer to “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 3‐18.
6.
Install IOMs, Fabric Modules, and Control Modules. Refer to “Installing and Removing Modules” on page 3‐20.
7.
Install XFP/SFP optical transceivers and connect cables. Refer to “Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit” on page 3‐26.
8.
Install optional Cable Management Kit, if purchased, and gather and wrap cables in the velcro cable straps. Refer to “Optional Cable Management Kit” on page 3‐37.
9.
Locate and learn the function of IOM, CM, and FM LEDs and the Reset button. Refer to “LEDs and Reset Button” on page 3‐42.
10. Minimally configure the X16‐C chassis to get it up and running and ready for more extensive software configuration. Refer to “First‐Time Quick Configuration” on page 3‐47.
Installing the Matrix X16-C Chassis
The Matrix X16‐C chassis is designed to be mounted in a standard 19‐inch wide (48.26‐centimeter) equipment rack or cabinet. Also, you can install two chassis in a standard 7‐foot high (213.36‐cm) rack. Use the following guidelines to mount the chassis:
•
Allow at least 60 centimeters (24 inches) of clearance in front of the rack for chassis installation
•
Install the following optional rack supports:
•
Rack support brackets are optional but recommended for four‐post cabinet installations
•
Mid‐mount brackets (optional support for shorter racks)
•
Attach the Matrix X16‐C chassis ears to the rack
•
Install grounding cables, as necessary
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Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Installing Optional Rack Support Brackets
Rack support brackets are shipped with the chassis to provide additional support underneath the chassis. Use of these brackets is recommended for installations with four‐post cabinets to augment standard rack support by the front ears on the chassis. To install the rack support brackets, proceed as follows:
Warning: If the rack is not secured to the floor, it is recommended that you install the chassis in the
bottom half of the rack. This helps prevent the rack from being top heavy.
Advertencia: Si el rack no esta asegurado al piso, es recomendable que instales el chasis en la
parte de abajo del rack. Esto ayuda a prevenir que el rack este demasiado pesado en la parte
superior.
Warnhinweis: Falls das Rack nicht mit Schrauben am Boden gesichert wird, sollte das Chassis in
der unteren Hälfte des Racks installiert werden, um ein kippen des Racks zu vermeiden.
Warning: Before rack-mounting the device, ensure that the rack can support it without
compromising stability. Otherwise, personal injury and/or equipment damage may result.
Advertencia: Antes de montar el equipo en el rack, asegurarse que el rack puede soportar su peso
sin comprometer su propia estabilidad, de otra forma, daño personal o del equipo puede ocurrir.
Warnhinweis: Überzeugen Sie sich vor dem Einbau des Gerätes in das Rack von dessen
Stabilität, ansonsten könnten Personenschäden oder Schäden am Gerät die Folge sein.
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1.
Keeping the above notes in mind, locate the position on the rack where you will install the brackets. The chassis requires 97.16 centimeters (38.25 inches) of vertical spacing.
2.
Align the holes in one bracket with those in the rack, as shown in Figure 3‐5, then fasten it to the rack from the inside of the bracket using eight of the screws supplied with the rack.
3.
Install the second bracket with eight more screws, attaching them from the inside of the rack, and proceed with optional mid‐mount bracketting below or “Rack Mounting the Matrix X16‐C Chassis” on page 3‐9.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Figure 3-5
Installing Rack Support Brackets
3
3
1
2
1 Rack
2 Rack support brackets (2)
2
1
3 Bracket screws (16)
Installing Optional Mid-Mount Brackets
You can purchase an optional mid‐mount bracket kit for a rack or cabinet where the standard front‐chassis ear attachment is unusable due to space concerns. To install the brackets, proceed as follows:
Warning: If the rack is not secured to the floor, it is recommended that you install the chassis in the
bottom half of the rack. This helps prevent the rack from being top heavy.
Advertencia: Si el rack no esta asegurado al piso, es recomendable que instales el chasis en la
parte de abajo del rack. Esto ayuda a prevenir que el rack este demasiado pesado en la parte
superior.
Warnhinweis: Falls das Rack nicht mit Schrauben am Boden gesichert wird, sollte das Chassis in
der unteren Hälfte des Racks installiert werden, um ein kippen des Racks zu vermeiden.
Warning: Before rack-mounting the device, ensure that the rack can support it without
compromising stability. Otherwise, personal injury and/or equipment damage may result.
Advertencia: Antes de montar el equipo en el rack, asegurarse que el rack puede soportar su peso
sin comprometer su propia estabilidad, de otra forma, daño personal o del equipo puede ocurrir.
Warnhinweis: Überzeugen Sie sich vor dem Einbau des Gerätes in das Rack von dessen
Stabilität, ansonsten könnten Personenschäden oder Schäden am Gerät die Folge sein.
1.
Keeping the above notes in mind, locate the position on the chassis where you will install the brackets. The chassis requires 97.16 centimeters (38.25 inches) of vertical spacing.
2.
Align the holes in one bracket with those in the chassis, as shown in Figure 3‐6, then fasten it to the chassis using 15 of the screws supplied with the bracket kit.
3.
Install the second bracket as described earlier, using the 15 remaining screws.
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Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Figure 3-6
Fastening Mid-Mount Brackets
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
9
10
11
FAN TRAY
12
13
FM1
14
15
16
FM2
2
2
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
1
2
3
4
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
7
8
1
1 Mid-mount brackets (2)
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
1
2 Bracket screws (30)
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Rack Mounting the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Note: Read Chapter 2, Site and Configuration Guidelines, before completing the following
procedure to ensure that all installation guidelines are met.
To rack‐mount the Matrix X16‐C chassis, proceed as follows:
Warning: We recommend you use a forklift or other mechanical device to lift and hold the chassis.
Advertencia: Para ayudar a prevenir alguna lesión personal, es recommendable que un elevador
de carga or algun otro dispositivo se utilice para levantar el chasis.
Warnhinweis: Zum Schutz vor körperlichen Schäden, es wird empfohlen, mittels Gabelstabler oder
anderen Hilfsmittein das Chassis anzuheben oder es zu halten.
1.
Lift the chassis onto the support brackets. Refer back to Figure 3‐5. If you installed the optional mid‐mount brackets, skip to Step 3.
2.
Use the 16 screws (8 per side) provided to secure the chassis to the rack, as shown in
Figure 3‐7, starting with the bottom holes and working toward the top of the chassis.
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Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Figure 3-7
Rack Mounting the Matrix X16-C Chassis
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
5
4
9
10
11
12
13
FM1
FM2
CM1
CM2
3
14
15
16
6
7
8
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
1
Á
2
3
4
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
Á
À
1 Rack
3-10
À
2 Rack-mounting screws (8 per side)
3.
Lift the chassis onto the rack support brackets (if installed).
4.
Using the 16 supplied screws, attach the chassis at the mid‐mounting position to the rack, as shown in Figure 3‐8.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Figure 3-8
Rack Mounting the Mid-Mounted Chassis
1
1
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
5
4
9
10
11
12
13
FM1
FM2
CM1
CM2
3
14
15
16
6
7
8
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
1
2
3
STRAP
4
MAC ADD.
5
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
2
1 Rack
5.
2 Rack-mounting screws (8 per side)
Chassis rack mounting is now complete.
Chassis Bonding and Grounding
Installing the chassis as described in this chapter meets the protective earth grounding requirements of the National Electrical Code (NEC) UL 60950 and IEC 60950 standards. However, in some cases it is necessary to use an alternative grounding method at installation sites that must meet the Telcordia GR‐1089 Section 9, Bonding and Grounding Requirements or national deviations.
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Setting Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
To meet these requirements, use the four tapped holes located on the rear‐center side of the chassis. These holes meet the hole grounding bolt pattern requirements, as shown in Figure 3‐9.
Figure 3-9
Telcordia GR-1089 Grounding Hole Pattern and Cable
3
2
5
2
4
1 12 AWG stranded copper wire
2 Rear of chassis, bolt pattern grounding site
1
3 Chassis
4 Two-hole connectors
4
5
1/4-20 ground screws (4)
To ground the chassis according to the Telcordia GR‐1089 Section 9, Bonding and Grounding Requirements, a connection is needed between the chassis and the enclosure metalwork or a nearby point on the Central Office (CO) Ground system. The connection is made using one or more grounding wires (as needed) fabricated from a 12 AWG stranded copper wire. To fabricate and install a grounding wire, proceed as follows:
1.
Cut a 12 AWG stranded‐copper wire to length, long enough to reach from the grounding location of the chassis to the selected grounding location on the CO Ground or enclosure metalwork.
2.
Install a listed two‐hole compression‐type connector on both ends of the grounding wire.
3.
Apply a suitable antioxidant to the chassis grounding location and unpainted surface grounding location on the CO Ground or enclosure metalwork.
4.
Connect one ground cable two‐hole connector to the chassis using two of the 1/4‐20 screws shipped with the chassis. Connect the two‐hole connector at the other end of the cable to the CO Ground or enclosure metalwork using user‐supplied screws.
5.
Torque screws to 67 in‐lbs (± 5%).
Notes: The hole pattern in the chassis allows you to use two differently-sized two-hole connectors.
The size is determined by the orientation of the connector. The vertical and the horizontal
orientations allow for two standard double-hole compression ground lug configurations.
IIn Norway, Sweden, and Finland, the same procedure can be used for a permanent protective
earth ground connection as required by their national deviation to IEC 60950, Section 5.1.7.
IIn Denmark, the chassis must be installed utilizing a Type B grounded plug.
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Installing and Removing a Power Supply
Attaching the Electrostatic Discharge Wrist Strap
The Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) wrist strap must be attached before handling the power supplies, fan tray, and modules used in the Matrix X16‐C chassis.
Place the ESD wrist strap on your wrist and plug the other end into the grounding receptacle, shown in Figure 3‐10, near the bottom of the chassis.
Figure 3-10
ESD Grounding Receptacle
CM1
CM2
GROUND
1
S/N:
STRAP
MAC ADD.
3
2
1 Grounding Receptacle
2 Plug
3 Wrist strap
Installing and Removing a Power Supply
Matrix X AC power supplies are supported in all Matrix X chassis models and provide two power output levels relative to the input power source. The power supplies support either 110 Vac 20A or 220 Vac 10A service, providing 1160 or 1500 Watts per power supply depending upon the electrical infrastructure of the site where the Matrix X chassis will be located.
Because system components consume varying amounts of electrical power, we recommend consulting the module power specifications in “Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options” on page A‐2 to guide you in installing the proper number of power supplies for your configuration.
As you add modules to the Matrix X16‐C chassis, you may be required to install more power supplies. Additional power supplies can be installed to provide redundancy. This would require incremental power be added to the base power requirements of the chassis and its components, depending on the power redundancy you want to support.
When at least two power supplies are installed, the power from each is evenly distributed. If one power supply fails, the second power supply assumes the load. Additional modules share the load as required.
Be aware that when you receive your Matrix X16‐C chassis, a coverplate will be in place over all power supply slots except PS1 in the lower right. This slot is left open for your convenience when installing the first power supply.
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Installing and Removing a Power Supply
Power Supply Planning
Although each power supply requires its own circuit, when planning the X16‐C power budget you have the option of drawing from one or more sources by either the N + 1 or 1 + 1 method, respectively.
Drawing power by the N + 1 method protects the X16‐C against the failure of a single power source although not against an outage by that source. In a scheme where four modules are installed, as shown in Figure 3‐11, you can assign all four modules to source “A.” This is the most common approach to power supply planning.
Figure 3-11
Power Supply Planning: N + 1 Method
N
+
1
4
3
2
1
Circuit A
Alternately, drawing power by the 1 + 1 method has the advantage of protecting the X16‐C against an outage by one of the power sources as well as the failure of one or as many as half of your power supplies. However, this method requires either a backup battery or another power source separate from the first power source. As shown in Figure 3‐12, six power supplies are installed with three assigned to source “A” and the other two to source “B.” Figure 3-12
Power Supply Planning: 1 + 1 Method
1
+
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
Circuit A
Circuit B
Installing a Power Supply
Power supplies are installed in slots located along the right side of the chassis, as shown in Figure 3‐13. If you intend to install only a single power supply, it can be installed in any of the slots labeled PS1 to PS6 in the chassis although the slot PS1 is left open for your convenience.
To install power supplies in the Matrix X16‐C chassis, refer to the following figures and proceed as follows:
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1.
Unpack the power supply by removing it from its shipping box and stripping the packing material. (Save the shipping box and materials in the event the unit must be reshipped.)
2.
Remove the power supply from its protective wrapping.
3.
Examine the power supply carefully, checking for damage. If any damage is noted, do not install the power supply. Contact Enterasys Networks for instructions.
4.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the bottom of the chassis as shown back in Figure 3‐10.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Installing and Removing a Power Supply
5.
Remove the vent plate covering all power supply slots by loosening the top and bottom captive screws, as shown in Figure 3‐13.
Figure 3-13
Removing Power Supply Vent Plate
2
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
10
11
4
FAN TRAY
5
4
9
12
13
FM1
FM2
CM1
CM2
3
14
15
16
6
7
8
3
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
1
2
3
4
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
1
4
1 Power supply slot (PS1)
2 Power supply coverplate
3 Vent plate
4 Captive screws (2)
6.
Locate the PS1 power supply slot, as shown in Figure 3‐14.
7.
Hold the power supply by placing one hand on the handle located on the front panel and using your other hand to support the power supply.
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Installing and Removing a Power Supply
8.
Position the power supply with the flange and captive screw pointing up and align with the slot opening.
Caution: Forcing a misaligned power supply into place can damage the power supply or chassis
backplane.
Precaución: Colocar de manera forzada una fuente de poder o no colocarla bien alineada podría
dañarla y/o maltratar el panel posterior del chasis.
9.
With the power supply properly inserted into the opening, carefully slide the module until it connects to the backplane, as shown in Figure 3‐14. The module’s handle should be nearly flush with the face of the Matrix X16‐C chassis. If significant resistance is encountered before the power supply is seated, remove and reinsert it. Do not force the module into place.
Figure 3-14
Installing Power Supply Module
3
CM1
4
CM2
5
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
2
3
STRAP
4
MAC ADD.
5
1
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
7
8
2
1
1 Power supply
2 Power supply handle
3 Power supply slot 1
4 Captive screw
5 Power supply flange
10. Secure the power supply to the chassis by tightening the captive screw.
11. If you are installing additional power supplies, remove the coverplates from their slots by loosening their captive screws, as shown in Figure 3‐15, (keep the blank coverplate in the event you need to remove the power supply) and repeat steps 7 through 10.
Figure 3-15
Removing Blank Coverplate from Power Supply Slot
1
3
2
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
1
1 Power supply slot
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
2
3
4
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
7
2 Power supply coverplate
8
3 Captive screw
Installing and Removing a Power Supply
12. Replace the power supply vent plate.
Note: Before you power up the Matrix X16-C chassis, you must complete installation of fan trays
and modules.
Removing a Power Supply
To remove a power supply, proceed as follows:
1.
Attach the anti‐static wrist strap as described in “Attaching the Electrostatic Discharge Wrist Strap” on page 3‐13 before handling the power supply module.
2.
Unplug the associated power cord from the 20A/100‐125 Vac (or 8A/200‐240 Vac) outlet.
3.
Unplug the power cord from the AC inlet (associated with the power supply you are removing) at the back of the chassis, as shown in Figure 3‐16. For example, inlet AC1 correlates with PS1.
Figure 3-16
Removing the AC Inlet Power Cord
AC INLET 2
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
2
AC INLET 1
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
1
1 Inlet power cord
2 AC inlet (AC1)
4.
Loosen screws securing the power supply vent plate to the chassis and remove the vent plate.
5.
Unscrew the captive screw to release the power supply from the chassis.
6.
Remove the power supply by grasping the handle and pulling it straight out of the chassis.
7.
Fasten a coverplate over the empty slot.
8.
Reinstall the vent plate.
Caution: If you plan to operate the chassis with only one power supply, be sure to install the
coverplate in place of the removed power supply to contain EMI radiation and ensure proper air
circulation.
Precaución: Si desea trabajar sólo con una fuente de poder, no olvide colocar la tapa en el
compartimiento de la fuente de poder que haya eliminado, para reducir la interferencia
electromagnética y para asegurar una buena ventilación.
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Installing and Removing a Fan Tray
Installing and Removing a Fan Tray
The Matrix X16‐C chassis is equipped with removable fan trays that allow for easy periodic replacement if a fan fails. To install and remove a fan tray, refer to “Installing a Fan Tray” on page 3‐18 and “Removing a Fan Tray” on page 3‐20.
Caution: A fan tray is hot-swappable. Do not run the chassis for an extended interval without an
operating fan tray, however, because the chassis will soon overheat and be damaged.
Precaución: El sistema de ventilación se puede reemplazar cuando la unidad está encendida.
Sin embargo, no utilice el chasis durante largos períodos sin contar con un sistema de ventilación
porque podría sobrecalentarse y dañarse.
Installing a Fan Tray
Note: Fan trays must be installed in the three lower fan tray slots. Optionally, for enhanced
redundancy, an additional three fan trays may be installed in the upper fan slots. Three or six fan
trays are the only supported configurations.
To install a fan tray, refer to the figures as indicated in the steps below and proceed as follows:
1.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the bottom of the chassis as shown in Figure 3‐10.
2.
Unpack the fan tray by taking it from its shipping box and removing any packaging materials. (Save the shipping box and materials in the event the unit must be reshipped.)
3.
Remove the fan tray from its protective plastic bag.
4.
Examine the fan tray carefully, checking for damage. If any damage is noted, do not install it. Contact Enterasys Networks for instructions.
5.
Unfasten two screws on the bottom bezel, as shown in Figure 3‐17. Pull the bezel down off the fan tray flanges and away from the chassis.
Note: If you are removing the top bezel, note that the fan tray flanges face up, so in removing the
bezel, lift it up and away from the chassis.
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Installing and Removing a Fan Tray
Figure 3-17
Removing Bottom Bezel
4
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
STRAP
MAC ADD.
1
2
1
FAN TRAY
2
3
4
5
6
FAN TRAY
1
7
8
FAN TRAY
2
3
3
1 Fan tray slot 1
2 Bottom bezel
6.
3
3 Captive screws (2)
4 Fan tray flanges (2)
Slowly slide the fan tray into the open slot at the bottom of the chassis, as shown in Figure 3‐18, until it engages with the connector on the backplane.
Figure 3-18
Installing Fan Tray
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
STRAP
MAC ADD.
1
2
STATUS
ALLOW FAN BLADES
TO STOP PRIOR TO
FAN TRAY REMOVAL
1 Fan tray slot 1
7.
2 Fan tray
Replace the bottom bezel by lifting it onto the fan tray flanges and re‐attaching the captive screws.
Note: If you are replacing the top bezel, note that the fan tray flanges face up, so in re-attaching the
bezel, pull it down over the flanges.
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Installing and Removing Modules
Removing a Fan Tray
To remove a fan tray, proceed as follows:
Warning: Allow fan blades to stop running prior to fan tray removal.
Advertencia: Espere a que los ventiladores se detengan completamente antes de remover el
sistema de ventilacion del chasis.
Warnhinweis: Warten sie mit dem Ausbau der Lüfter, bis diese zum Stehen gekommen sind.
1.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the upper right corner of the chassis, as shown in Figure 3‐10.
2.
Remove the bottom bezel, as shown in Figure 3‐17 on page 3‐19, by loosening the two captive screws securing it to the chassis and lifting it off the fan tray flanges.
Note: If you are removing the top bezel, note that the fan tray flanges face up, so in removing the
bezel, lift it up and away from the chassis.
3.
Pull the fan tray from the chassis.
4.
Install a new fan tray as described earlier.
5.
Replace the bottom bezel by lifting it onto the fan tray flanges and re‐attaching the captive screws.
Note: If you are replacing the top bezel, note that the fan tray flanges face up, so in re-attaching the
bezel, pull it down over the flanges.
Installing and Removing Modules
This section describes the installation of IOMs, and Fabric and Control Modules. Although you can populate any empty slot with its appropriate module, all chassis are delivered without coverplates on the IOM, and Fabric and Control Module slots labeled as 1. Slots accept modules that are sized appropriately for those slots only. That is, only IOMs can fit into IOM slots, Fabric Modules into FM slots, and Control Modules into CM slots.
Installing and Removing IOMs
To install an IOM module, refer to the figures as indicated in the steps below and proceed as follows:
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1.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the bottom of the chassis as shown in Figure 3‐10.
2.
Unpack the module by taking it from its shipping box, removing any packaging materials, and removing the module from its protective plastic bag. (Save the shipping box and materials in the event the unit must be reshipped.)
3.
Examine the module carefully, checking for damage. If any damage is found, do not install it. Contact Enterasys Networks for instructions.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Installing and Removing Modules
4.
Locate Slot #1 at the bottom left side of the chassis and insert the IOM in the guide rail of the slot, as shown in Figure 3‐19. Gently slide the module into the rack until the IOM engages the connector on the backplane.
Note: As you insert the IOM into the slot, be sure the ejector handles are in the open position, as
shown in Figure 3-20, to avoid damaging the IOM.
5.
Push the ejector handles toward the center of the module, as shown in Figure 3‐20, engaging the lip of the slot, until the module locks into place and is flush with adjoining coverplates.
6.
Tighten the two captive screws.
Figure 3-19
Installing IOMs
4
1
3
X-M2-00
10G ENET
STATUS
5
TX RX
TX
RX
2
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
FAN TRAY
2
2
3 3
4
4
TX
RX
1
STRAP
1
TX RX
1
MAC ADD.
5
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
7
8
4
5
S/N:
MAC ADD.
3
1 IOM slot 1
2 IOM
3 Captive screws (2)
4 IOM guide rails
5 Ejector handles (2)
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Installing and Removing Modules
Figure 3-20
Engaging Ejector Handles
2
3
2
4
1
1 Module
3
5
1
2 Slot
3 Chassis rail
4 Ejector handle (open)
5 Ejector handle (closed)
7.
To install additional modules, remove the coverplates from the slots, as shown in Figure 3‐21, and repeat earlier steps. Save coverplates for optional future use. Note that IOM slots 7 through 16 are protected by double‐wide coverplates.
8.
After completing all module installation, be sure that you leave no slots uncovered. Failure to seal any empty slots with the provided coverplates may hamper power cooling of the chassis and its components.
9.
To remove an installed IOM, first disconnect any cabling and perform installation steps in reverse.
Figure 3-21
Removing IOM Coverplate
1
3
X-M2-00
10G ENET
STATUS
TX RX
TX
RX
TX RX
TX
RX
CM1
S/N:
CM2
MAC ADD.
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
2
3 3
4
4
FAN TRAY
1
STRAP
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
1
2
MAC ADD.
5
6
7
8
FAN TRAY
2
3
2
3
1 IOM slot 2
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
2 IOM coverplate
3 Captive screws (2)
Installing and Removing Modules
Installing and Removing CMs
Note: If you ordered the Memory Upgrade Kit (X-4G-MEM), install the DIMMs first. For installation
instructions, refer to “Installing the Memory Upgrade Kit” on page 3-35.
1.
Locate the empty CM1 slot, and position the module in the guide rail at the left of the slot, as shown in Figure 3‐22. Gently insert the module until it engages with the backplane connectors. Be sure the ejector handles are open as shown in Figure 3‐20.
2.
Push the ejector handles toward the center of the module, as shown in Figure 3‐20, engaging the lip of the slot, until the module locks into place and is flush with adjoining coverplates.
3.
Tighten the two captive screws.
4.
After completing all module installation, be sure that you leave no slots uncovered. Failure to seal any empty slots with the provided coverplates may hamper power cooling of the chassis and its components.
5.
To remove an installed CM, first disconnect any cabling and perform the installation steps in reverse.
Figure 3-22
Installing Control Module
1
3
TX RX
TX
RX
4 5
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
RESET
USB
TX RX
TX
RX
2
ETHERNET
CM1
CM2
COM
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
2
3
4
1
3
1 Control Module slot 1
2 Control Module
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
5
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
4
3 Guide rails
4 Ejector handles (2)
7
8
5
5 Captive screws (2)
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Installing and Removing Modules
Replacing the CM Battery
If the Panasonic lithium battery on the CM is failing, the system will operate properly until a power cycle, then an error message displays (see example, below):
Enterasys Networks Copyright 1985-2002 Phoenix Technologies Ltd.
All Rights Reserved
* E7501 & Banias Rev #1.03 "PhoenixBIOS 2002 Q3" *
* *
********************************************************
CPU = Mobile Genuine Intel(R) processor 1600MHz
1023M System RAM Passed
1024K Cache SRAM Passed
System BIOS shadowed
Fixed Disk 0: SAMSUNG CF/ATA
ERROR
0271: Check date and time settings
WARNING
0251: System CMOS checksum bad - Default configuration used
Press <F1> to resume, <F2> to Setup
Enterasys recommends that you contact Technical Support at www.enterasys.com/services/
support/ for service. But, if you wish to replace the battery yourself, read the following caution and refer to the instructions below.
Caution: There is an explosion risk if you replace the battery with the incorrect type. Replace with
Panasonic model CR2032 only. A used battery may be safely disposed of in household waste.
Precaución: Hay riesgo de explosion si la bateria se reemplaza con el typo incorrecto.
Reemplace solo con el modelo Panasonic CR2032. Puede tirar la bateria usada en la basura.
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1.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the bottom of the chassis as shown in Figure 3‐10.
2.
Disconnect any cabling on the CM and remove from the chassis, placing the CM on a clean, dry surface.
3.
Remove the old battery by prying it from underneath, using an upward motion on the side of the battery opposite the positive terminal leads of the connector. When the battery releases from the connector, slide it out from under the positive connector leads and remove.
4.
To insert the new battery, hold and orient it in such a way that its positive terminal faces upward and its negative terminal faces downward. Find the positive and negative leads of the battery connector (the negative leads are located in the lower center of the connector and the positive leads are located on the upper connector edge).
5.
Now slightly tilt the battery, positive side up, and slide this side under the positive connector leads, pushing the battery down until it snaps into place. The positive leads should be flush with the positive side of the battery and the negative leads should be under the battery and not visible.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Installing and Removing Modules
Installing and Removing FMs
1.
Locate the empty FM1 slot and position the module in the guide rail at the left of the slot, as shown in Figure 3‐23. Gently insert the module until it engages with the connectors on the backplane, making sure the ejector handles are open, as shown in Figure 3‐20.
Figure 3-23
Installing Fabric Module
4
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
5
FAN TRAY
5
4
9
10
11
12
3
13
FM1
14
15
16
FM2
3
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
1
2
STATUS
TX
RX
TX RX
3
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
RESET
USB
ETHERNET
COM
TX RX
TX
RX
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
2
3
4
1
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
4
1 Fabric Module slot 1
2 Fabric Module
3 Guide rails
4 Ejector handles (2)
7
8
5
5 Captive screws (2)
2.
Push the ejector handles toward the center of the module, as shown earlier in Figure 3‐20, engaging the lip of the slot, until the module locks into place and is flush with adjoining coverplates.
3.
Tighten the two captive screws.
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Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
4.
After completing all module installation, be sure that you leave no slots uncovered. Failure to seal any empty slots with the provided coverplates may hamper power cooling of the chassis and its components.
5.
To remove an installed FM, first disconnect any cabling and perform the installation steps in reverse. Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card
and DIMM Upgrade Kit
Matrix X Router modules provide the following interfaces for cable and Flash card connections:
•
IOM: XFP or SFP optical ports
•
CM: Two serial RJ45 ports for Ethernet and Console (COM) connections
•
CM: USB port
•
CM: IDE port for connection to Type I Compact Flash card
Matrix X Router IOMs support XFP (10‐Gigabit Small Form‐Factor Pluggable) and SFP (Small Form‐Factor Pluggable) hot‐swappable optical transceivers for 10‐ and 1‐Gigabit and 10/100/1000 Ethernet connections.
Installing an XFP/SFP Module
This section describes how to install an XFP or SFP optical transceiver. For XFP/SFP specifications, refer to Appendix A, Specifications and Regulatory Compliance.
Caution: Carefully follow the instructions in this manual to avoid damaging the XFP/SPF and
IOM module.
The XFP/SPF and IOM module are sensitive to static discharges. Use an antistatic wrist strap and
observe all static precautions during this procedure. Failure to do so could result in damage to the
XFP/SPF and IOM module. Always leave the XFP/SPF and IOM module in the antistatic bag or an
equivalent antistatic container when not installed.
Precaución: Siga las instrucciones del manual para no dañar el XFP/SPF o la módulo IOM,
puesto que son muy sensible a las descargas de electricidad estática. Utilice la pulsera
antiestática y tome todas las precauciones necesarias durante este procedimiento. Si no lo hace,
podría dañar el XFP/SPF y la módulo IOM. Mientras no esté instalado, mantenga el XFP/SPF y la
módulo IOM en su bolsa antiestática o en cualquier otro recipiente antiestático.
Warning: Fiber-optic XFP/SFPs use Class 1 lasers. Do not use optical instruments to view the
laser output. The use of optical instruments to view laser output increases eye hazard. When
viewing the output optical port, power must be removed from the network adapter.
Advertencia: Los XFP/SFPs de fibra optica usan lasers de clase 1. No se debe usar
instrumentos opticos para ver la potencia laser. El uso de los instrumentos opticos para ver la
potencia laser incrementa el riesgo a los ojos. Cuando vean el puerto de la potencia optica, la
corriente debe ser removida del adaptador de la red.
Warnhinweis: XFP/SFPs mit Fiber-Optik Technologie benutzen Laser der Klasse 1. Benutzen sie
keinesfalls optische Hilfsmittel, um die Funktion des Lasers zu überprüfen. Solche Hilfsmittel
erhöhen die Gefahr von Sehschäden. Wenn sie den optischen Port überprüfen möchten stellen
Sie sicher, dass die Komponente von der Spannungsversorgung getrennt ist.
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
To install an XFP/SFP transceiver, refer to Figure 3‐24 and proceed as follows:
1.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the bottom of the chassis as shown in Figure 3‐10.
2.
Remove the transceiver from its packaging.
3.
Hold the transceiver so that the connector will seat properly.
4.
Carefully align the transceiver with the IOM port slot, as shown in Figure 3‐24.
5.
Push the transceiver into the IOM port until it seats with the connector at the back of the slot.
6.
Close the release handle.
Figure 3-24
Installing XFP/SFP Optical Transceiver
TX RX
2
2
3
TX
RX
3
1
1 XFP transceiver
2 Port slot
4
3 Release handle
4 SFP transceiver
Removing an XFP/SFP Module
Caution: Carefully follow the instructions in this manual to avoid damaging the XFP/SPF and IOM
module.
The XFP/SPF and IOM module are sensitive to static discharges. Use an antistatic wrist strap and
observe all static precautions during this procedure. Failure to do so could result in damage to the
XFP/SPF and IOM module. Always leave the XFP/SPF and IOM module in the antistatic bag or an
equivalent antistatic container when not installed.
Precaución: Siga las instrucciones del manual para no dañar el XFP/SPF o la módulo IOM,
puesto que son muy sensible a las descargas de electricidad estática. Utilice la pulsera
antiestática y tome todas las precauciones necesarias durante este procedimiento. Si no lo hace,
podría dañar el XFP/SPF y la módulo IOM. Mientras no esté instalado, mantenga el XFP/SPF y la
módulo IOM en su bolsa antiestática o en cualquier otro recipiente antiestático.
To remove a transceiver from an IOM, refer back to Figure 3‐24 and proceed as follows:
1.
Attach the antistatic wrist strap before removing the XFP/SFP module.
2.
Remove any network cable attached to the connector on the XFP/SFP module. To remove a connector from the transceiver interface port, grasp the handle and carefully pull the connector out of the port. It may need to be loosened by gently moving it from side to side to release the latching keys.
3.
Before storing or shipping the XFP/SFP module, place it into a static‐free container.
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Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
Connecting Fiber-Optic Cables
This section describes connecting 10‐ or 1‐Gigabit Ethernet fiber‐optic segments from the network or other devices to XFP or SFP port connectors (LC or MT‐RJ) on Matrix X16‐C IOMs.
Each fiber‐optic link consists of two fiber‐optic strands within the cable: Transmit (TX) and Receive (RX). The transmit strand from a module port connects to the receive port of a fiber‐optic 10‐/1‐
Gigabit Ethernet device at the other end of the segment. The receive strand of the applicable LC or MT‐RJ port on the module connects to the transmit port of the fiber‐optic 10‐/1‐Gigabit Ethernet device (shown in Figure 3‐25).
The procedure below describes how to connect an LC or MT‐RJ cable connector to an XFP or SFP port connector, respectively.
1.
Remove the protective covers (not shown) from the LC or MT‐RJ fiber‐optic port on the transceiver and from the connectors on each end of the cable.
Note: Leave the protective covers in place when the connectors are not in use to prevent
contamination.
Caution: Do not touch the ends of the fiber-optic strands, and do not let the ends contact dust, dirt,
or other contaminants. Contamination of cable ends causes problems in data transmissions. If the
ends of the fiber-optic strands become contaminated, use a canned duster to blow the surfaces
clean. A cleaning swab saturated with optical-grade isopropyl alcohol may also be used to clean the
ends.
Precaución: No toque los extremos de los cables de fibra óptica y evite su contacto con el polvo, la
suciedad o con cualquier otro contaminante. Si los extremos de los cables se ensucian, es posible
que la transmisión de datos se vea afectada. Si nota que los extremos de los cables de fibra óptica
se ensucian, utilice aire comprimido para limpiarlos. También puede limpiarlos con un estropajo
embebido en alcohol isopropílico.
2.
Insert the LC or MT‐RJ cable connector into the transceiver until it clicks into place.
Figure 3-25
Attaching LC or MT-RJ Cable Connector
4
3
1 Installed XFP/SFP
2 LC cable connector
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
RX
TX RX
2
4
TX
1
5
LC
3 Release tab
4 Transmit/Receive LED (TX/RX)
TX
RX
3
1
MT-RJ
5 MT-RJ cable connector
Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
3.
Plug the other end of the cable into the appropriate port on the other device. Some cables may be terminated at the other end with two separate connectors, one for each fiber‐optic strand. In this case, ensure that the transmit fiber‐optic strand is connected to the receive port and the receive fiber‐optic strand to the transmit port.
4.
To verify link exists, you must first configure the ports for switching or routing. Refer to the Matrix X Router Configuration Guide for more information.
After the chassis has been powered up, verify a link exists by checking that the port RX LED is on (flashing amber, blinking green, or solid green). If the RX LED is off, perform the following steps until it is on:
a.
Verify the device at the other end of the segment is ON and linked to the segment.
b.
If there are separate fiber‐optic connections on the other device, check the crossover of the cables. Swap cable connections if necessary.
c.
Check that the fiber‐optic connection meets prescribed dB loss and cable specifications.
5.
Repeat steps 1 through 3, above, until all connections have been made.
6.
To remove the LC or MT‐RJ cable connector, press its release tab and pull it out of the transceiver.
Connecting to the CM COM Port
This section describes how to install a UTP cable with RJ45 connectors and optional adapters to connect the CM COM port to a PC, VT series terminal, or modem to access local management. This section also details adapter pinout assignments.
The following parts may be needed, depending on the connection:
•
RJ45‐to‐DB9 female adapter (user‐supplied)
•
UTP cable with RJ45 connectors (user‐supplied)
•
RJ45‐to‐DB25 female adapter (user‐supplied)
•
RJ45‐to‐DB25 male adapter (user‐supplied)
Connecting the CM COM Port to an IBM PC or Compatible Device
To connect an IBM PC or compatible device, running the VT terminal emulation, to the CM COM port (Figure 3‐26), proceed as follows:
1.
Connect the RJ45 connector at one end of the cable to the communications COM (Console) port on the CM.
2.
Plug the RJ45 connector at the other end of the cable into a user‐supplied RJ45‐to‐DB9 adapter.
3.
Connect the RJ45‐to‐DB9 adapter to the communications port on the IBM PC.
4.
Turn on the PC and configure your VT emulation package with these parameters:
Parameter
Setting
Mode
7 Bit Control
Transmit
Transmit=19,200
Bits Parity
8 Bits, No Parity
Stop Bit
1 Stop Bit
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Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
5.
Connect the X16‐C’s power cords. Refer to “Powering Up the Matrix X16‐C Chassis” on page 3‐41.
Figure 3-26
Connecting an IBM PC or Compatible
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
RESET
USB
ETHERNET
2
4
1 UTP cable with RJ45 connectors
2 RJ45 COM port
3
COM
1
3 RJ45-to-DB9 PC adapter
4 IBM PC or compatible device
Connecting the CM COM Port to a VT Series Terminal
To connect a VT Series terminal to the CM COM port (Figure 3‐27), use a UTP cable with RJ45 connectors and a user‐supplied RJ45‐to‐DB25 female adapter. Proceed as follows:
1.
Connect the RJ45 connector at one end of the cable to the COM port on the CM.
2.
Plug the RJ45 connector at the other end of the cable into a user‐supplied RJ45‐to‐DB25 female adapter.
3.
Connect the RJ45‐to‐DB25 adapter to the port labeled COM on the VT terminal.
4.
Turn on the terminal and access the Setup Directory. Set the following parameters:
5.
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Parameter
Setting
Mode
7 Bit Control
Transmit
Transmit=19,200
Bits Parity
8 Bits, No Parity
Stop Bit
1 Stop Bit
Connect the X16‐C’s power cords. Refer to “Powering Up the Matrix X16‐C Chassis” on page 3‐41.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
Figure 3-27
Connecting a VT Series Terminal
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
RESET
USB
ETHERNET
2
4
1 UTP cable with RJ45 connectors
2 RJ45 COM port
3
COM
1
3 RJ45-to-DB25 VT adapter
4 VT series terminal
Connecting the CM COM Port to a Modem
To connect a modem to the CM COM port (Figure 3‐28), use a UTP cable with RJ45 connectors and a user‐supplied RJ45‐to‐DB25 male adapter, and proceed as follows:
1.
Connect the RJ45 connector at one end of the cable to the COM port of the CM.
2.
Plug the RJ45 connector at the other cable end into a user‐supplied, RJ45‐to‐DB25 modem adapter.
3.
Connect the RJ45‐to‐DB25 adapter to the communications port on the modem.
4.
Turn on the modem.
5.
With a PC connected to a remote modem, you can configure the switch remotely. To do so, you must configure your PC VT emulation package with these parameters.
6.
Parameter
Setting
Mode
7 Bit Control
Transmit
Transmit=19,200
Bits Parity
8 Bits, No Parity
Stop Bit
1 Stop Bit
Connect the X16‐C’s power cords. Refer to “Powering Up the Matrix X16‐C Chassis” on page 3‐41.
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Figure 3-28
Connecting to a Modem
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
RESET
USB
ETHERNET
2
6
5
4
1 UTP cable with RJ45 connectors
2 RJ45 COM port
3 RJ45-to-DB25 modem adapter
3
COM
1
4 Local modem
5 Remote modem
6 IBM PC or compatible device
Adapter Wiring and Signal Assignments
COM Port Adapter Wiring and Signal Diagram
RJ45
DB9
Pin
Conductor
Pin
Signal
1
Blue
2
Receive (RX)
4
Red
3
Transmit (TX)
5
Green
5
Ground (GRD)
2
Orange
7
Request to Send (RTS)
6
Yellow
8
Clear to Send (CTS)
1
Pins
8
RJ45 Connector (Female)
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5
9
Pins
1
6
DB9 Connector (Female)
Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
VT Series Port Adapter Wiring and Signal Diagram
RJ45
DB25
Pin
Conductor
Pin
Signal
4
Red
2
Transmit (TX)
1
Blue
3
Receive (RX)
6
Yellow
5
Clear to Send (CTS)
5
Green
7
Ground (GRD)
2
Orange
20
Data Terminal Ready
1
Pins
8
Pins
13
25
RJ45 Connector (Female)
1
14
DB25 Connector (Female)
Modem Port Adapter Wiring and Signal Diagram
RJ45
DB25
Pin
Conductor
Pin
Signal
1
Blue
2
Transmit (TX)
2
Orange
8
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
4
Red
3
Receive
5
Green
7
Ground (GRD)
6
Yellow
20
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
8
Gray
22
Ring Indicator
1
Pins
8
RJ45 Connector (Female)
Pins
1
14
13
25
DB25 Connector (Male)
Connecting to the CM USB Port
The X16‐C supports fast and easy configuration downloads using the CM USB port. Using either a USB storage device (as shown in Figure 3‐29) or USB cable to a PC, you can connect to a PC and download configuration files. Simply attach the memory card or a USB cable to the port and access the CM. Refer to the Matrix X Router Configuration Guide for configuration details.
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Figure 3-29
Attaching a USB Device to the CM
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
RESET
2
USB
3
1
1 USB device
2 Control Module
3 USB port
Installing a Compact Flash Card
The Control Module provides an IDE port housing a 1 GB Flash memory card, as shown in Figure 3‐30. If the factory‐installed card fails or you want to install a new Type I Compact Flash card, simply pull the old card from its connector and insert the new card.
Figure 3-30
Installing Flash Card
STATU
S
ACTIV
E/
STAND
BY
RESE
T
USB
ETHERN
ET
COM
2
3
1 Compact Flash card
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
2 Connector
1
3 Control Module
Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
Installing the Memory Upgrade Kit
Caution: Only qualified personnel should perform installation procedures.
Precaución: Solamente personal calificado debe realizar procedimientos de instalacion.
The following sections describe how to upgrade the Dual In‐line Memory Modules (DIMMs) on the X‐CM‐00 Control Module from 1 GB (two 512 MB DIMMs) to 4 GB using the two 2 GB SDRAM DIMMs included in the X‐4G‐MEM Memory Upgrade Kit. Both 2 GB DIMMs in the Memory Upgrade Kit must be installed at the same time. Removing the DIMMs
Caution: Observe all Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) precautions when handling sensitive
electronic equipment.
Precaución: Al trabajar con equipos electrónicos sensibles, tome todas las precauciones de
seguridad para evitar descargas de electricidad estática.
1.
Locate the ESD wrist strap shipped with the Matrix X16‐C chassis. Attach the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and plug the cable from the ESD wrist strap into the ESD grounding receptacle at the bottom of the chassis as shown in Figure 3‐10.
2.
Disconnect any cabling on the CM and remove the CM from the chassis, placing it on a clean, dry surface. Refer to “Installing and Removing CMs” on page 3‐23.
3.
Locate the DIMM connectors on the CM. Refer to Figure 3‐31 for the location of the DIMM.
Figure 3-31
Locating the DIMMs on the CM
1 DIMMs (Dual In-line Memory Modules)
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Attaching Cables, Installing Compact Flash Card and DIMM Upgrade Kit
4.
Push the connector arms away from the first DIMM, as shown in Figure 3‐32, and remove the DIMM.
Figure 3-32
Removing the Existing DIMM
1 DIMM
5.
2 Connector fingers
3
Connector arms
Repeat step 4 to remove the second DIMM. Installing the DIMMs
Caution: Observe all Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) precautions when handling sensitive
electronic equipment.
Precaución: Al trabajar con equipos electrónicos sensibles, tome todas las precauciones de
seguridad para evitar descargas de electricidad estática.
To install the DIMMs, proceed as follows:
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1.
Make sure connector arms are pushed out.
2.
Insert the first DIMM down between the connector fingers.
3.
Push down on the DIMM and push in on the connector arms until the arms lock into the top notch.
4.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 to install the second DIMM.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Optional Cable Management Kit
Optional Cable Management Kit
Cables can be kept neat and secure using the optional Cable Management Kit (X16‐CBLMG‐KIT). Using the Cable Management Kit ensures that cables are bundled close to the chassis and that cabling is not accidentally loosened or disconnected from the chassis during operation.
The Cable Management Kit (X16‐CBLMG‐KIT) can be ordered separately and includes the following:
•
•
1 top cable management assembly, which consists of
–
1 base panel (with 2 captive screws)
–
1 bar (with 2 captive screws)
–
8, 9‐in. (22.86 cm) velcro cable straps attached to the base panel
1 bottom cable management assembly, which consists of
–
1 base panel (with 2 captive screws)
–
1 bar (with 2 captive screws)
–
8, 9‐in. (22.86 cm) velcro cable straps attached to the base panel
The cable management assemblies replace existing chassis bezels (see Figure 3‐33 on page 3‐39, which shows bottom cable management assembly installation). Velcro cable straps are secured to the bezels to ensure that cabling is segregated per module, thus making module removal easier (see Figure 3‐34 on page 3‐40).
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Optional Cable Management Kit
Installing the Optional Cable Management Kit
Note: The cable management assemblies must be removed to install fan trays.
To install the Cable Management Kit, proceed as follows:
1.
Unpack the top and bottom cable management assemblies from the shipping box. Examine each assembly. If either assembly is damaged, contact Enterasys Networks for instructions.
2.
Remove one or both of the chassis bezels (panels with logo) by loosening the two captive screws attaching each bezel to the chassis. See Figure 3‐33, which shows the location of the two captive screws on the bottom chassis bezel.
Note: Removing both chassis bezels is not required. Installing only one of the cable management
assemblies may be sufficient to bundle and secure your cables.
3.
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Replace the removed chassis bezel or bezels with one or both cable management assemblies. Attach each assembly to the chassis by tightening the two captive screws on the base panel of the assembly.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Optional Cable Management Kit
Figure 3-33
Installing the Bottom Cable Management Assembly
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
6
7
8
3
X16
1
2
3
4
5
4.
Bottom chassis bezel
Captive screws (2) (on chassis bezel)
Bottom cable management assembly
Captive screws (2) (on cable management assembly base panel)
Cables
Remove the bar of the cable management assembly by loosening the two captive screws on the bar. See Figure 3‐34 on page 3‐40.
Note: Removing the bar from the cable management assembly is optional. You can thread the
cables through the opening between the bottom panel and the bar, if you desire.
5.
Gather the IOM cables you wish to bundle and wrap them in the velcro cable straps. Control Module cables may also be secured in this manner. See Figure 3‐34 on page 3‐40.
6.
Reattach the bar to the cable management assembly, as applicable, by tightening the two captive screws on the bar.
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Optional Cable Management Kit
Figure 3-34
Securing Cables Using Velcro Cable Straps
X16
1
2
3
4
5
6
3-40
Bottom cable management assembly base panel
Captive screws (2) on base panel
Velcro cable straps (8 attached to each cable management assembly base panel)
Cables
Bar (attaches to the cable management assembly base panel)
Captive screws (2) on bar
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
Powering Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
Powering Up the Matrix X16-C Chassis
To power up the Matrix X16‐C chassis, proceed as follows:
1.
Plug one end of each power cord (included with the power supply) into the AC power inlet on the chassis back panel and tighten the cord lock bracket screw, as shown in Figure 3‐35.
Figure 3-35
Connecting 20 Amp AC Power Cord to the Power Supply
AC INLET 2
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
2
AC INLET 1
100-125V-20A
200-240V-8A
50/60Hz
1
1 Power cord
2 AC inlet (AC1) and cord lock bracket
NOTE: Power cords shown are for North America.
Each power unit requires a 20 Amp circuit.
2.
Plug the other end of each power cord into a dedicated 20 A/110 Vac or 10 A/220 Vac receptacle. If you are using the optional twist lock power cord, plug it in and turn until it locks securely. Refer to Table A‐6 on page A‐4 for more information.
3.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for all power cords.
4.
Ensure that the Power LEDs on each power supply are green.
5.
Ensure that all fans in the fan tray unit are operating properly when power is received from the power supply modules (fan tray LED will be green). For more information on the power supply LEDs, refer to “Power Supply LEDs” on page 3‐42.
If you experience any problems with this installation, contact Enterasys Networks for assistance. The Matrix X16‐C is now ready to be configured.
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LEDs and Reset Button
LEDs and Reset Button
The following sections describe LED indications for the following:
•
Power supplies and fan trays
•
IOM, CM, and FMs (with CM Reset button)
Power Supply LEDs
Two LEDs are provided on the power supply module: a DC LED indicating the operational status of outgoing power and an AC LED indicating incoming AC line voltage is sufficient or has fallen below operational limits. Refer to Figure 3‐36 for their location and Table 3‐1 for a description of LED function. Power supplies are installed in chassis slots PS1 through PS6 along the right‐hand side of the chassis.
Figure 3-36
Power Supply LEDs
1
2
4
1 Intake cooling fans
Table 3-1
3
2 DC Power LED
3 Handle
4 AC Power LED
DC/AC Power Supply (PS1-PS6) LED Definitions
Function
LED Activity
DC Power LED
Power supply successfully providing 48 VDC to the system
Green
Power supply malfunctioning
Off
AC Power LED
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Sufficient AC power supply (influx)
Green
No AC power into the module
Off
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LEDs and Reset Button
Fan Tray LEDs
Each fan tray provides a status LED on its front panel. Fan tray LEDs are provided on the chassis bezels (only bottom LEDs shown) and on the optional cable management assemblies. Refer to Figure 3‐37 and Figure 3‐38 for LED locations and Table 3‐2 for their description.
Figure 3-37
Fan Tray LED
STATUS
ALLOW FAN BLADES
TO STOP PRIOR TO
FAN TRAY REMOVAL
1
1 Fan Tray Status LED
Figure 3-38
Fan Tray LEDs on Bottom Chassis Bezel
S/.
4.
4
FAN TRAY
2
1
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
1
FAN TRAY
2
3
4
1
STRAP
MAC ADD.
5
6
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
2
3
7
8
1 Fan Tray LEDs (bottom chassis bezel)
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LEDs and Reset Button
Figure 3-39
Fan Tray LEDs on Bottom Cable Management Assembly Base Panel
GROUND
S/N:
MAC ADD.
STRAP
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
1
2
3
1
CM1
CM2
GROUND
S/N:
1
2
3
4
STRAP
MAC ADD.
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
FAN TRAY
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
1 Fan Tray LEDs (bottom cable management assembly base panel)
Table 3-2
Fan Tray LED Definitions
Function
LED Activity
Fan tray functioning correctly
Green
Fan tray not powered
Off
Fan tray status during initialization and diagnostics
Blinking green
Unit’s fan failed or module overheated but still provides enough cooling
Amber
Unsupported configuration has been set from the CM
Blinking amber
Fan tray failed and requires attention
Red
The following additional conditions apply:
•
After power up, the fan tray LED remains red until diagnostics begin, then will blink green. When blinking amber, the fan controller will run a default configuration.
•
An overheating warning indicates fans are running at high speed. Fans operate at normal speed if no warning is received.
Caution: If the LED remains red, replace the fan tray immediately. Otherwise, the system may
overheat and damage chassis components.
Precaución: Si observa que la lucecita roja no se apaga, cambie inmediatamente el sistema de
ventilación. Si no lo hace, el sistema se sobrecalentará y los componentes del chasis se dañarán.
Module LEDs and Reset Button
Control and Fabric Module LEDs
Two LEDs are provided for CMs and FMs, STATUS and ACTIVE/STANDBY, as shown in Figure 3‐40. Additionally, Speed (10/100/1000 Mbps) and Status LEDs on the CM Ethernet RJ45 port indicate a 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps link. LED definitions are provided in Table 3‐3.
The CM also provides a Reset button which warm‐reboots the module, suspending service for the duration of the reboot. If two CMs are installed however, service is not interrupted.
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Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
LEDs and Reset Button
Figure 3-40
Fabric and Control Module LEDs and Reset Button
STATUS
1
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
2
3
RESET
1
2
STATUS
ACTIVE/
STANDBY
ETHERNET
4
5
Fabric Module
1 STATUS LEDs
2 ACTIVE/STANDBY LEDs
Table 3-3
Control Module
3 RESET button
4 10/100/1000 LED
5 Link LED
Control and Fabric Module LED Definitions
CM & FM LED
State
LED Activity
Status
Not powered
Off
Diagnostics failed, module requires attention, or state before
initialization is complete
Red
LED blinks during initialization and diagnostics
Blinking green
Diagnostics passed and software operational
Green
Both chassis PROMs failed
Amber
Not powered
Off
Power on but not configured, hardware not initialized
Red
Module is Active
Green
Module is on Standby
Amber
CM LEDs Only
State
LED Activity
Ethernet Status
(Link)
Link established
Green
Link established and traffic flowing
Blinking green
Unpowered, link or system failure, or administratively disabled
Off
1000 Mbps
Off
100 Mbps
Green
10 Mbps
Yellow
Active/Standby
Ethernet Speed
(10/100/1000)
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LEDs and Reset Button
The following additional conditions apply:
•
After module power up, the CM/FM STATUS LED will remain red until diagnostics begin then will blink green.
•
After module power up, the ACTIVE/STANDBY LED will initially indicate Standby state until it registers either the Active or Standby state.
•
When a link is not present, the Speed LED will be off.
IOM LEDs
All IOM cards include one Status LED for the card and Transmit and Receive or Link/Activity and Speed LEDs for each port. Refer to the Quick Reference card for your IOMs for more specific LED information.
LED definitions for the Status LED and the TX/RX LEDs for Ethernet ports are given in Table 3‐4.
Table 3-4
IOM LED Definitions
Status LED
LED Activity
Diagnostics failed, module requires attention, or state before hardware initializes
Red
LED blinks during initialization and diagnostics
Blinking green
Diagnostics passed and software operational
Green
Not powered
Off
Ethernet Port LED (RX/TX)
LED Activity
Link established
Green
Activity over link
Blinking green
No power, link failure, system failure or administratively disabled
Off
The following additional conditions apply:
•
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After IOM power up, the STATUS LED will remain red until diagnostics begin then will blink green.
Matrix X16-C Chassis Setup
First-Time Quick Configuration
First-Time Quick Configuration
This section describes the minimal configuration required to facilitate first‐time communications with the Matrix X16‐C. Consider the following:
•
Decide whether you will configure the Matrix X16‐C for switching (bridging) or routing:
•
If routing, assign an IP address to interface eth0 for management access. Refer to “Assigning an IP Address to eth0” on page 3‐47.
•
If switching, configure the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) for network IP address assignment. Refer to “Configuring DHCP” on page 3‐47.
Note: Be aware that a statically or DHCP-assigned IP address is accessible from within that subnet
by a host directly connected to the interface (via a switch) but if you need to connect to the console
from a host on a different subnet, you must configure a static route to that host. Refer to the Matrix X
Router Command Line Interface Reference Guide for more information.
•
Enable the Network Time Protocol (NTP) to configure proper chassis clocking. Refer to “Enabling NTP” on page 3‐48.
•
Designate a name, location, and contact for the Matrix X16‐C. Refer to “Naming the Matrix X16‐C” on page 3‐48.
For more detailed information about configuring the Matrix X16‐C, refer to the Matrix X Router Configuration Guide, which is available online at:
http://www.enterasys.com/support/manuals
Assigning an IP Address to eth0
To assign an IP address to the Matrix X16‐C’s management interface (eth0), enter the following commands at the CLI prompt:
1. matrix-x(switch-su) router
2. matrix-x(router-exec)# configure terminal
3. matrix-x(router-config) interface eth0
4. matrix-x(router-config-if-eth0) ip address {ip_address}(ip-mask)
5. matrix-x(router-config-if-eth0) no shutdown
6. matrix-x(router-config-if-eth0) exit
Configuring DHCP
To set up the Matrix X16‐C as a DHCP client on your network, enter the following commands at the CLI prompt. This example includes manually configuring a default gateway.
1. matrix-x(switch-su) router
2. matrix-x(router-exec)# configure terminal
3. matrix-x(router-config) ip route 0.0.0.0 {ip-address}
4. matrix-x(router-config) interface {port_type.slot.port}
5. matrix-x(router-config-if-xx.x.x) ip address dhcp
6. matrix-x(router-config-if-xx.x.x) exit
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First-Time Quick Configuration
Enabling NTP
To configure NTP for the Matrix X16‐C, enter the following commands at the CLI prompt. The following commands enable the Matrix X16‐C either as an NTP client or server. Specify set ntp client broadcast to accept time synchronization from any NTP server and set ntp client unicast to accept time from a particular server. Alternatively, configure the Matrix X16‐C to accept time synchronization from a particular NTP server (the system must be in unicast mode). You can define up to 10 NTP servers. Optionally, if using multiple NTP servers, use the keyword prefer to specify which NTP server is the preferred server.
1. matrix-x(switch-su) set ntp client {broadcast | unicast}
2. matrix-x(switch-su) set ntp server {ip-address [prefer]}
Set the round‐trip broadcast delay for NTP broadcast frames, ranging from 1 to 999999 microseconds. This delay is meant for NTP running on high‐speed LANs with many hosts and where the greatest accuracy is not required.
3. matrix-x(switch-su) set ntp broadcastdelay [1-999999]
Naming the Matrix X16-C
To specify a name, location and system contact for your Matrix X16‐C, enter the following commands at the CLI prompt:
1. matrix-x(switch-su) set system name [string]
2. matrix-x(switch-su) set system location [string]
3. matrix-x(switch-su) set system contact [string]
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A
Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
This appendix provides information about the following:
For information about:
Refer to page ...
Chassis, Power Supply, and Fan Tray Specifications
A-1
Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options
A-2
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (XFP)
A-4
1-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (SFP)
A-5
SFP Input/Output Specifications
A-6
COM Port Pinout Assignments
A-9
Regulatory Compliance
A-9
Enterasys Networks reserves the right to change specifications at any time without notice.
Chassis, Power Supply, and Fan Tray Specifications
Matrix X16‐C chassis, power supply, and fan tray module physical specifications are detailed in Table A‐1.
Table A-1
Matrix X-16C Specifications
Item
Specification
Matrix X-16C Chassis
Dimensions
97.28 H x 44.75 W x 59.69 D (cm)
38.30 H x 17.62 W x 23.50 D (in.)
Weight
33.57 kg (74.0 lb)
MTBF (Predicted)
302,042 hours
AC Power Supply Module
Dimensions
4.45 H x 12.7 W x 29.85 D (cm)
1.75 H x 5.0 W x 11.75 D (in.)
Weight
2.18 kg (4.8 lb)
MTBF (Predicted)
247,000 hours
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Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options
Table A-1
Matrix X-16C Specifications (continued)
Item
Specification
Fan Tray
Dimensions
4.13 cm H x 12.7 cm W x 56.52 cm D
1.625 in. H x 5.0 in. W x 22.25 in. D
Weight
3.31 kg (7.3 lb)
MTBF (Predicted)
381,219 hours
Environmental
Operating Temperature
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104 °F)
Storage Temperature
-30°C to 73°C (-22°F to 164°F)
Operating Relative Humidity
5% to 95% (non-condensing)
Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options
The requirements for Matrix X Router AC power supply modules are shown in Table A‐2:
Table A-2
AC Power Supply Requirements
Item
Specification
Input Frequency
50 to 60 Hz
Input (Voltage/Current)
100 to 125 Vac: 16 A
200 to 240 Vac: 8 A
Output Power
1160/1500 Watts
The power specifications for Matrix X Router modules, shown in Table A‐3, and redundancy configuration tables, shown in Table A‐4 and Table A‐5, are useful guides for power budget planning. To estimate a power budget, simply total the wattage of each installed module, making sure the combined wattage consumed is no greater than 100% of the output of the power supply(ies).
For example, if you install one CM and FM, three fan trays, and six IOMs (X‐G32‐00) at 1500 Watts/220 Vac, your total power required is 1735 watts. You would be required to install a minimum of two power supplies to support this configuration or three power supplies for N + 1 redundancy. A second example including two CMs and FMs, six fan trays, and sixteen IOMs (X‐G32‐00s) at 1160 Watts/110 Vac would yield 3040 watts, requiring a minimum of three power supplies for this configuration or four power supplies for N + 1 redundancy.
A-2
Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
Power Supply Requirements, Specifications, and Twist Lock Options
Table A-3
Module Power Specifications
@ 110 Vac / 220 Vac
Module
Power (Watts)
Thermal Output (BTU/HR)
CM
97 Watts
331.1 BTU/HR
Fan tray
85 Watts
290.1 BTU/HR
X4-FM
30 Watts
102.4 BTU/HR
X8-FM
62 Watts
211.6 BTU/HR
X16-FM
98 Watts
334.5 BTU/HR
X-G32-00
155 Watts
520.0 BTU/HR
X-GT16-00
105 Watts
358.3 BTU/HR
X-M2-00
155 Watts
520.0 BTU/HR
X-T32-00
155 Watts
520.0 BTU/HR
Table A-4
Redundancy Configurations for AC Line 100–120 Vac
No. of Power Supplies
Maximum Redundant System Load1
Redundancy Configuration
2
1160 Watts
1+1
3
2320 Watts
N+1
4
3480 Watts
1+1
4
3480 Watts
N+1
5
4640 Watts
N+1
6
5800 Watts
1+1
6
5800 Watts
N+1
1. The sum of individual power draws for all installed fan trays, control and fabric modules, and IOMs.
Table A-5
Redundancy Configurations for AC Line 200–240 Vac
No. of Power Supplies
Maximum Redundant System Load1
Redundancy Configuration
2
1500 Watts
1+1
3
3000 Watts
N+1
4
3000 Watts
1+1
4
4500 Watts
N+1
5
6000 Watts
N+1
6
4500 Watts
1+1
6
6000 Watts
N+1
1. The sum of individual power draws for all installed fan trays, control and fabric modules, and IOMs.
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A-3
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (XFP)
Matrix X16‐C twist lock power cord options are as follows:
Table A-6
Twist Lock Power Cord Options
Enterasys Part Number
Twist Lock Plug Type
Power Requirement
Receptacle Type
TL-20A-CORD
NEMA L5-20P
110V 20A
NEMA L5-20R
TL-L615P-USCORD
NEMA L6-15P
220V 15A
NEMA L6-15R
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (XFP)
The 10‐Gigabit XFP (10‐Gigabit Small Form Factor Pluggable) interface port slots on Matrix X Router IOMs can support various optional 10‐Gigabit Ethernet (10 GbE) standard type fiber‐optic modules. As of the printing of this guide, 10GBASE‐LR, ‐ER, ‐ZR, and ‐SR types are available. Table A‐7 through Table A‐9 provide specifications for each module.
Table A-7
XFP Port, Physical, and Environmental Specifications
Item
Specification
2-port 10 GigaBASE
Two slots support a full 10 Gbps using -LR, -ER, -ZR, and -SR compliant
XFPs.
Physical Dimensions
8.5 H x 18.35 W x 78.0 L (mm)
0.34 H x 0.72 W x 3.07 L (in.)
Approximate Weight
Net: 0.34 gm (1.2 oz)
Operating Temperature
5° to 40° C (41° to 104° F)
Storage Temperature
-30° to 73° C (-22° to 164° F)
Operating Relative Humidity
5% to 90% (non-condensing)
Table A‐8 provides the input/output specifications for each XFP version as specified in the IEEE 802.3ae‐2002 standard.
Table A-8
A-4
XFP Fiber-Optic Specifications
Module
Wavelength
Tx Power
Min/Max (avg.)
Rx Sensitivity
Min/Max (avg.)
Link Power
Budget
MTBF
(hours)
10GBASE-LR-XFP
1310 nm DFB
-8.2 / 0.5 dBm
-14.4 / 0.5 dBm
9.4 dB
2,631,579
10GBASE-ER-XFP
1550 nm EML
-4.7 / 4.0 dBm
-15.8 / -1.0 dBm
15 dB
2,000,000
10GBASE-ZR-XFP
1550 nm EML
0 / 4.0 dBm
-25 / -7.0 dBm
18 dB
1,164,047
10GBASE-SR-XFP
850 nm VCSEL
-7.3 / -1.0 dBm
-9.9 / -1.0 dBm
7.3 dB
4,081,633
Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
1-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (SFP)
The following XFP specifications in Table A‐9 meet or exceed the IEEE 802.3ae‐2002 standard.
Table A-9
Recommended Cable Types and Specifications
Item
Type
Max. Reach
Min. Reach1
Connector
10GBASE-LR-XFP
SMF (Single Mode Fiber)
10 km (6.21 mi)
2 m (6.6 ft)
LC
10GBASE-ER-XFP
SMF (Single Mode Fiber)
40 km (24.85 mi)2
2 m (6.6 ft) with
minimum of 5 dB
attenuation
LC
10GBASE-ZR-XFP
SMF (Single Mode Fiber)
80 km (49.7 mi)
2 m (6.6 ft) with
minimum of 11 dB
attenuation
LC
10GBASE-SR-XFP
MMF (Multimode Fiber)
300 m (984 ft)
2 m (6.6 ft)
LC
1. The limiting factor is saturation of the receiver by the transmitter. When presented with a signal at a strength
above the saturation point, the receiver cannot distinguish between pulses, though no hardware damage
occurs.
2. Links longer than 30 km for the same link power budget are considered engineered links. Attenuation for such
links needs to be less than the minimum
1-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Specifications (SFP)
The following Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) optical transceivers are supported on the Matrix X16‐C. Specifications for the following modules are described below.
•
MGBIC‐LC01
•
MGBIC‐LC03
•
MGBIC‐LC09
•
MGBIC‐MT01
•
MGBIC‐08
•
MGBIC‐02
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SFP Input/Output Specifications
SFP Input/Output Specifications
Matrix X Router Ethernet port interfaces accept 1000BASE‐SX short wavelength or 1000BASE‐LX long wavelength fiber SFPs (see Table A‐10) and are hot swappable.
Table A-10
Mini-GBIC Input/Output Port Specifications
Item
Specification
MGBIC-LC01
One LC fiber-optic multimode port compliant with 1000BASE-SX standard LC connector
MGBIC-LC03
One LC fiber-optic multimode port compliant with 1000BASE-SX standard LC duplex style
connector
MGBIC-LC09
One LC fiber-optic single-mode port compliant with 1000BASE-LX standard LC connector
MGBIC-MT01
One MT-RJ fiber-optic port compliant with 1000BASE-SX standard MT-RJ connector
MGBIC-08
One LC fiber-optic single-mode port compliant with 1000BASE-ELX standard LC
connector
MGBIC-02
One RJ45 copper connection compliant with 1000BASE-T standard RJ45 connector
MGBIC-LC01/MGBIC-MT01 Specifications (1000BASE-SX)
Table A-11
MGBIC-LC01 / MGBIC-MT01 Optical Specifications
Item
62.5 µm MMF
50 µm MMF
Transmit Power (minimum)
-9.5 dBm
-9.5 dBm
Receive Sensitivity
-17 dBm
-17 dBm
Link Power Budget
7.5 dBm
7.5 dBm
Table A-12
A-6
MGBIC-LC01 / MGBIC-MT01 Operating Range
Item
Modal Bandwidth @ 850 nm
Range
62.5 µm MMF
160 MHz/km
2-220 Meters
62.5 µm MMF
200 MHz/km
2-275 Meters
50 µm MMF
400 MHz/km
2-500 Meters
50 µm MMF
500 MHz/km
2-550 Meters
Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
SFP Input/Output Specifications
MGBIC-LC03 Specifications (1000BASE-SX)
Table A-13
MGBIC-LC03 Optical Specifications
Item
62.5/125 µm MMF
50/125 µm MMF
Transmit Power (minimum)
-9.5 dBm
-9.5 dBm
Transmit Power (maximum)
-3 dBm
-3 dBm
Receive Sensitivity
-20 dBm
-20 dBm
Link Power Budget1 (Multimode Only)
10.5 dBm
10.5 dBm
1. The maximum drive distance (up to 2 km) depends on the quality of the installed multimode fiber-optic cable
segment. Use the Link Power Budget to calculate the maximum cable length of the attached segment. The
Link Power Budget must not exceed those specified in this table. The MGBIC-LC03 input power must not
exceed -3 dBm. Otherwise, saturation could occur.
Table A-14
MGBIC-LC03 Operating Range
Item
Modal Bandwidth @ 1310 nm
Range
62.5 µm MMF
160 MHz/km
2,000 Meters
50 µm MMF
400 MHz/km
2,000 Meters
MGBIC-LC09 Specifications (1000BASE-LX)
Table A-15
MGBIC-LC09 Optical Specifications
Item
62.5 µm MMF
50 µm MMF
10 µm SMF
Transmit Power (minimum)
-11.5 dBm
-11.5 dBm
-9.5 dBm
Receive Sensitivity
-20 dBm
-20 dBm
-20 dBm
Link Power Budget
8.5 dBm
8.5 dBm
10.5 dBm
Table A-16
MGBIC-LC09 Operating Range
Item
Modal Bandwidth @ 1300 nm
Range
62.5 µm MMF
500 MHz/km
2-550 Meters
50 µm MMF
400 MHz/km
2-550 Meters
50 µm MMF
500 MHz/km
2-550 Meters
10 µm SMF
N/A
2-10,000 Meters
Matrix X16-C Chassis Installation Guide
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SFP Input/Output Specifications
MGBIC-08 Specifications (1000BASE-ELX)
Table A-17
MGBIC-08 Optical Specifications
Item
62.5 µm MMF
50 µm MMF
10 µm SMF
Transmit Power (minimum)
-0 dBm, min.
+2 dBm, typical
+5 dBm, max.
Receive Sensitivity
-24 dBm, min.
-26 dBm, typical
Maximum Input Power
-3 dBm
Link Power Budget1
(Full Duplex Only)
23 dB
28 dB, typical
1. The maximum drive distance (up to 70 km) depends on the quality of the installed single-mode fiber-optic
cable segment. Use the Link Power Budget to calculate the maximum cable length of the attached segment.
The Link Power Budget must not exceed those specified in this table. The MGBIC-08 input power must not
exceed -3 dBm. Otherwise, saturation could occur.
Table A-18
MGBIC-08 Operating Range
Item
1550 nm
Range
9 or 10 µm SMF
N/A
70,000 Meters
MGBIC-02 Specifications (1000BASE-T)
Table A-19
A-8
MGBIC-02 Specifications
Item
Specification
Supported Cable Type
Copper, Category 5 UTP
Maximum Length
Up to 100 meters
Connector
RJ45
Data Rate
1 Gbps, IEEE 802.3:2000 compatible
1000BASE-T operation only
Automatic crossover detection
TX Output impedance
100 ohms, typical at all frequencies between 1 MHz and 125 MHz
RX Input impedance
100 ohms, typical at all frequencies between 1 MHz and 125 MHz
Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
COM Port Pinout Assignments
COM Port Pinout Assignments
The COM port is a serial communications port for local access to Local Management, as shown in Figure A‐1. Refer to Table A‐20 for the COM port pin assignments.
Figure A-1
COM Port Pin Assignments
5
1
9
6
Pins 1 through 9 are numbered vertically from bottom to top, left to right.
Table A-20
COM Port Pin Assignments
Pin
Signal Name
Input/Output
1
Transmit Data (XMT)
Output
2
Clear to Send (CTS)
Input
3
Data Set Ready (DSR)
Input
4
Receive Data (RCV)
Input
5
Signal Ground (GND)
NA
6
Request to Send (RTS)
Output
7
Data Terminal Ready (DTR)
Output
8
Data Carrier Detect (DCD)
Input
Regulatory Compliance
The equipment meets the following safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements:
Table A-21
Regulatory Requirements
Item
Specification
Safety
UL 60950, CSA C22.2 No. 60950, EN 60950, IEC 60950. Modules
which support laser connections also meet the EN 60825 and
21 CFR 1040.10 standards.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
FCC: 47 CFR Parts 2 and 15, CSA C108.8, EN 55022,
EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3, EN 55024, AS/NZS CISPR 22,
VCCI V-3
Matrix X16-C Chassis Installation Guide
A-9
Regulatory Compliance
A-10
Specifications and Regulatory Compliance
Index
Numerics
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver
Specifications (XFP) A-4
1-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver
Specifications (SFP) A-5
A
AC Power LED
description of 3-42
location on power supply 3-42
AC1 inlet
link to PS1 3-17
view of 3-17, 3-41
ACTIVE/STANDBY LED
description of 3-45
for CM and FM 3-44
indication for 3-46
Assigning an IP Address to eth0
CLI configuration steps 3-47
Attaching cables
description of 3-26 to 3-33
Attaching LC or MT-RJ cable
connectors 3-28
Attaching the electrostatic discharge
wrist strap 3-13
B
Bezel
note on flange location 3-19, 3-20
removal for Cable Management Kit
installation 3-38
removal for fan tray installation 3-18,
3-20
replacement 3-20
BSMI EMC Statement v
C
Cable
Fiber budget A-6
Cable Management Kit 3-37
Installing 3-38
Chassis bonding and grounding
instructions 3-11 to 3-12
Chassis specifications A-1
Class 1 Laser Transceivers Notice v
Class A ITE Notice ii
CM battery
removing and installing 3-24
CM COM port
connection to a modem 3-31
connection to a PC 3-29
connection to a terminal 3-30
CM Memory Upgrade Kit 3-35
CM USB port
attaching a device to 3-34
connecting to 3-33
view of 3-34
CM1 slot
view of 3-23
without coverplate 3-23
COM port pinouts A-9
Commonly used acronyms xvii
Compact flash card
description of 3-34
function of 1-4
view of 3-34
Configuration
assigning an IP Address to
eth0 3-47
configuring DHCP 3-47
enabling NTP 3-48
minimal requirements 3-47
naming the X16-C 3-48
Configuring DHCP
CLI configuration of 3-47
Connecting fiber-optic cables to miniGBICs 3-28
Connecting to a modem
configuration of 3-31
Connecting to the CM USB port 3-33
Control and Fabric Module LEDs
description of 3-44 to 3-46
Control Module
installing and removing 3-23 to 3-24
view of 3-23
view of LEDs 3-45
Coverplates
chassis locations of 3-5
delivery without 3-20
double-wides in chassis 3-22
FM relation to 3-25
removal from power supply
slots 3-16
D
DC Power LED
description of 3-42
location on the power supply 3-42
Declaration of Conformity vi
DHCP
CLI configuration of 3-47
DIMMs
installing 3-36
locating 3-35
removing 3-35
Documentation URL i
E
Ejector handles
open and closed position views 3-22
use in CM installation 3-23
use in FM installation 3-25
use in module installation 3-21, 3-23
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Notice iii
Enabling NTP
CLI configuration of 3-48
Enterasys
Class 1 Laser notice v
Class A ITE Notice ii
contract number xvii
Declaration of Conformity vi
document part number i
documentation URL i
EMC Notice iii
EMSI Statement - Taiwan v
FCC Notice ii
Firmware License Agreement vii
how to get help xvii
Industry Canada Notice ii
Internet mail address xvii
Product Safety notice ii
removing and installing the CM
battery 3-24
RMA number xvii
serial, revision number xvii
support number xvii
toll-free number xvii
trademarks i
VCCI Notice v
World Wide Web xvii
Environmental requirements A-9
ESD wrist strap 3-3
directions for 3-13
on accessory list 3-2
use with power supply
installation 3-14
view of packet enclosure 3-3
with CM removal 3-24, 3-35
with fan tray installation 3-18
with fan tray removal 3-20
with module installation and
removal 3-20
with XFP/SFP installation 3-27
eth0
assigning an IP address to 3-47
European Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
Notice iii
F
Fabric Module
installing and removing 3-25 to 3-26
view of 3-25
view of LEDs 3-45
Fan tray
flanges 3-18, 3-19, 3-20
LEDs 3-43, 3-44
view of 3-19
Index-1
Fan tray slot 1
view of 3-19
FCC Notice ii
Fiber budget A-6
Firmware License Agreement vii
First-time quick
configuration 3-47 to 3-48
FM1 slot
view of 3-25
without coverplate 3-25
G
Getting help
Contract number for xvii
information for xvii
RMA number xvii
serial, revision numbers xvii
H
Hazardous Substances iii
How to attach cables 3-26 to 3-33
How to connect to the CM USB
Port 3-33
How to ground the
chassis 3-11 to 3-12
How to install a compact flash
card 3-34
How to install an XFP/SFP
module 3-26 to 3-27
How to install and remove a fan
tray 3-18 to 3-20
How to install and remove a power
supply 3-13 to 3-17
How to install mid-mount brackets 3-7
How to install rack support
brackets 3-6
How to manage cabling 3-38
How to power up the chassis 3-41
How to rack mount the chassis 3-9
How to unpack the chassis 3-2
I
Industry Canada Notice ii
Installing a compact flash card 3-34
Installing and removing a fan
tray 3-18 to 3-20
Installing and removing a power
supply 3-13 to 3-17
Installing and removing an XFP/SFP
module 3-26 to 3-27
Installing and removing
modules 3-20 to 3-26
Installing and removing the CM
battery 3-24
Installing mid-mount brackets 3-7
Installing rack support brackets 3-6
IOM LEDs
description of 3-46
Index-2
IOM slot 1
view of 3-21
IOMs
attaching and removing XFP/
SFPs 3-26 to 3-29
attaching cables 3-26 to 3-29
attaching IOM cables 3-39
installing and removing 3-20 to 3-22
L
LC
installation on IOM 3-28
view of cable connector 3-28
LEDs
amber LED activity 3-44, 3-45
blinking amber LED activity 3-44
blinking green LED activity 3-44,
3-45, 3-46
Control and Fabric Module
LEDs 3-44
description of 3-42 to 3-46
Fan tray LEDs 3-43
green LED activity 3-42, 3-44, 3-45
IOM LEDs 3-46
Link LED 3-45
overheating warning 3-44
Power Supply LEDs 3-42
red LED activity 3-44, 3-45, 3-46
yellow LED activity 3-45
Link LED
location on CM 3-45
Local Management
COM port connections 3-29
M
Manual conventions xvi
Manual set
list of documents xvi
Matrix X16-C
attaching cables to 3-26 to 3-33
chassis bonding and grounding
instructions 3-11 to 3-12
configuration guidelines 2-2
connecting to the CM USB port 3-33
Control Module
description of 1-4
cooling system
description of 1-8
coverplates 3-5, 3-16, 3-20, 3-22,
3-25
description of CM 1-4
description of cooling system 1-8
description of FM 1-7
description of IOMs 1-4
description of power supplies 1-8
Fabric Module
description of 1-7
features 1-4 to 1-9
front view 1-2
installing a compact flash card 3-34
Installing an XFP/SFP
module 3-26 to 3-27
installing and removing a fan
tray 3-18 to 3-20
installing and removing a power
supply 3-13 to 3-17
installing mid-mount brackets 3-7
installing rack support brackets 3-6
IOMs
description of 1-4
LC/MT-RJ release tab 3-27, 3-28
LEDs 3-42
MTBF
of chassis A-1
of fan trays A-2
of power supplies A-1
MTBF for XFPs A-4
performing cable management 3-37
power supplies 1-8
powering up the chassis 3-41
rack mounting the chassis 3-9
rear view 1-3
removing and installing the CM
battery 3-24
site guidelines 2-1
system description of 1-1
tools required for installation 3-1
twist lock power cord
specifications A-4
using ejector handles 3-22
XFP/SFP release handle 3-27
Memory Upgrade Kit
installing 3-35
MGBIC-02
specifications for A-8
MGBIC-08
specifications for A-8
MGBIC-LC01
specifications for A-6
MGBIC-LC03
specifications for A-7
MGBIC-LC09
specifications for A-7
MGBIC-MT01
specifications for A-6
Mid-mount brackets
installation steps 3-5, 3-7
location in shipping package 3-4
used with rack supports 3-9
MT-RJ
fiber-optic option 3-28
installation on IOM 3-28
view of cable connector 3-28
N
Naming the X16-C
CLI configuration of 3-48
Notices
BSMI EMC v
Class 1 Laser Transceiver v
Class A ITE ii
Declaration of Conformity vi
EMC iii
FCC ii
General ii
Industry Canada ii
Product Safety ii
VCCI v
NTP
enabling of 3-48
O
Optional cable management kit
description of 3-38
P
Physical properties
of chassis A-1
Power supply
description of 3-13
description of air flow 1-8
description of LEDs 3-42
installation of 3-14
location of vent plate 3-15
planning for 3-14
removal of 3-17
twist lock power cord for 1-8, 3-4,
3-41
twist lock power cord
specifications A-4
view of LEDs 3-42
view of vent plate 3-15
Power supply LEDs
description of 3-42
Power supply planning
description of 3-14
Powering up the chassis
description of 3-41
PS1 slot
view of 3-15, 3-16
R
Rack mounting the chassis
description of 3-9
Regulatory compliance
FCC Notice ii
Safety, EMC notices A-9
Regulatory requirements
Electromagnetic Compatibility
(EMC) A-9
list of A-9
Required tools for chassis setup 3-1
Reset button
function of 3-44
location on CM of 3-45
RJ45 management cable
location in package of 3-3
on accessory list 3-2
RX/TX LED
COM port pin for 3-32
location on IOMs 3-45, 3-46
pin assigned on DB25 for 3-33
Speed LED
description of 3-45
non-link indication for 3-46
STATUS LED
definition of 3-45
description of 3-44
red indication of 3-46
Supplement to Product Instructions iv
System overview 1-1
S
Trademarks
list of i
Twist lock power cord 1-8, 3-4, 3-41
TX/RX LED
location on cable connectors of 3-28
SFP
description of 3-26
removal 3-27
Shipping items
bag 3-3, 3-4
skid 3-3
view of box 3-2
view of skid 3-2
view of straps 3-2
Site guidelines
ambient temperature 2-1
cooling requirements 2-1
fan tray allotment 2-1
list of 2-1
power receptacles and cables 2-1
rack support 2-1
Site requirements 2-1
Specifications
10-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver
(XFP) A-4
1-Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver
(SFP) A-5
cables A-5
chassis A-1
environmental A-2
fan tray A-2
MGBIC-02 A-8
MGBIC-08 A-8
MGBIC-LC01
operating range of A-6
optical specifications of A-6, A-7,
A-8
MGBIC-LC03
operating range A-7
MGBIC-LC09
operating range of A-7, A-8
optical specifications of A-7, A-8
MGBIC-MT01
operating range of A-6
optical specifications of A-5, A-6
Mini-GBICs A-6
power supply A-1
twist lock plug option A-4
XFP A-4
T
U
USB port
connecting to 3-33
view of 3-34
Using ejector handles
view of 3-22
UTP cable
connector for modem 3-32
connector for PC 3-30
connector for terminal 3-31
V
VCCI Notice v
Velcro cable straps
use in cable management kit 3-37
X
X16-C
twist lock plug specifications A-4
twist lock power cord 1-8, 3-4, 3-41
XFP/SFP
description of 3-26
installation of 3-26
view on cable connectors on 3-28
view on IOMs 3-27
Index-3
Index-4