Installation Guide
VDSL
Ethernet
Extender
AT-MC605
Installation Guide
613-001153 Rev. C
Copyright 2009 Allied Telesis, Inc.
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Electrical Safety and Emissions Standards
This product meets the following standards.
U.S. Federal Communications Commission
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer Name: Allied Telesis, Inc.
Declares that the product: VDSL Ethernet Extender
Model Number: AT-MC605
This product complies with FCC Part 15B, Class B Limits:
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device
must not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Radiated Energy
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device pursuant to Part 15
of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on. The user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures:
-
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes and modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer or registrant of this equipment can void your
authority to operate this equipment under Federal Communications Commission rules.
Industry Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
European Union Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances
(RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment
This Allied Telesis RoHS-compliant product conforms to the European Union Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous
Substances (RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Allied Telesis ensures RoHS conformance by requiring
supplier Declarations of Conformity, monitoring incoming materials, and maintaining manufacturing process controls.
RFI Emissions
FCC Class B, EN55022 Class B, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, VCCI
Class B, C-TICK, CE
Immunity
EN55024
Electrical Safety
EN60950 (TUV), UL 60950 (CULUS)
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Translated Safety Statements
Important: The indicates that a translation of the safety statement is available in a PDF
document titled “Translated Safety Statements” (613-000990) posted on the Allied Telesis website at
www.alliedtelesis.com and on this product CD.
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Contents
Preface ................................................................................................................................................................................11
Safety Symbols Used in this Document................................................................................................................................12
Where to Find Web-based Guides .......................................................................................................................................13
Contacting Allied Telesis ......................................................................................................................................................14
Online Support ..............................................................................................................................................................14
Email and Telephone Support .......................................................................................................................................14
Returning Products........................................................................................................................................................14
For Sales or Corporate Information ...............................................................................................................................14
Warranty ........................................................................................................................................................................14
Chapter 1: Overview ..........................................................................................................................................................15
Summary of Features ...........................................................................................................................................................16
AT-MC605 Port Descriptions ................................................................................................................................................18
VDSL Line Port..............................................................................................................................................................18
Phone Port ....................................................................................................................................................................18
10Base-T/100Base-Tx Ethernet Port ............................................................................................................................19
Status LEDs..........................................................................................................................................................................22
VDSL Configuration DIP Switches........................................................................................................................................24
VDSL Switch Definitions................................................................................................................................................24
VDSL Configuration DIP Switch Descriptions ...............................................................................................................25
External AC/DC Power Adapter............................................................................................................................................27
Multiple Dwelling Unit (MDU) Topology ................................................................................................................................28
Chapter 2: Installation .......................................................................................................................................................30
Reviewing Safety Precautions ..............................................................................................................................................31
Selecting a Site for the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender .........................................................................................................32
Required Cabling ..................................................................................................................................................................33
Unpacking the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender ......................................................................................................................34
Installing the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Subscriber Unit .....................................................................................35
Using the Subscriber Unit on a Desktop........................................................................................................................35
Wall-Mounting the Subscriber Unit ................................................................................................................................36
Cabling the Subscriber Unit...........................................................................................................................................36
Powering On the Subscriber Unit ..................................................................................................................................38
Installing the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender Provider Unit ...................................................................................................39
Using the Provider Unit on a Desktop ...........................................................................................................................39
Wall-Mounting the Provider Unit....................................................................................................................................40
Rack-Mounting the Provider Unit...................................................................................................................................41
Cabling the Provider Unit ..............................................................................................................................................42
Powering On the Provider Unit ......................................................................................................................................44
Chapter 3: Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................................................45
LEDs..............................................................................................................................................................................45
Appendix A: Technical Specifications .............................................................................................................................47
Physical Specifications .........................................................................................................................................................47
Environmental Specifications................................................................................................................................................47
Power Specifications ............................................................................................................................................................47
Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility Certifications ......................................................................................................48
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Contents
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List of Figures
Figure 1. AT- MC605 Front Panel........................................................................................................................................16
Figure 2. AT-MC605 Rear Panel .........................................................................................................................................17
Figure 3. RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX Connector Pin Assignments .................................................................................21
Figure 4. VDSL Configuration DIP Switches .......................................................................................................................25
Figure 5. University Dormitory (MDU) Point-to-Point Topology ...........................................................................................28
Figure 6. Attaching Protective Feet to the Subscriber Unit..................................................................................................35
Figure 7. Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender for Subscriber Mode .........................................................................35
Figure 8. Connecting AT-MC605 Ethernet Port to Computer ..............................................................................................36
Figure 9. Connecting AT-MC605 Phone Port to Telephone ................................................................................................37
Figure 10. VDSL Line to Wall/Interior Phone Line ...............................................................................................................37
Figure 11. Power On The Subscriber Unit...........................................................................................................................38
Figure 12. Attaching Protective Feet to the Provider Unit....................................................................................................39
Figure 13. Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender for Provider Mode ...........................................................................40
Figure 14. Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender for Provider Mode ...........................................................................41
Figure 15. Rack Mount - Set on Slider.................................................................................................................................41
Figure 16. Rack Mount - Set in Rack...................................................................................................................................42
Figure 17. Connecting AT-MC605 Ethernet Port to an Internet Service Provider ...............................................................42
Figure 18. Connecting AT-MC605 Phone Port to PBX Connection.....................................................................................43
Figure 19. VDSL Line to Wall/Interior Phone Line. ..............................................................................................................43
Figure 20. Power On The Subscriber Unit...........................................................................................................................44
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Figures
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List of Tables
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.
Safety Symbols .....................................................................................................................................................12
RJ-11 VDSL Line Port Pinouts .............................................................................................................................18
RJ-11 Phone Port Pinouts ....................................................................................................................................18
RJ-45 Port Pinouts ...............................................................................................................................................21
Front Panel Status LEDs ......................................................................................................................................22
VDSL Configuration DIP Switches ........................................................................................................................24
AT-MC605 Cables ................................................................................................................................................33
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Tables
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Preface
This guide contains instructions on how to install the AT-MC605 VDSL
Ethernet Extender and contains the following sections:
ˆ
“Safety Symbols Used in this Document” on page 12
ˆ
“Where to Find Web-based Guides” on page 13
ˆ
“Contacting Allied Telesis” on page 14
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Preface
Safety Symbols Used in this Document
This document uses the safety symbols defined in Table 1.
Table 1. Safety Symbols
Symbol
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Meaning
Description
Caution
Performing or omitting a specific action may
result in equipment damage or loss of data.
Warning
Performing or omitting a specific action may
result in electrical shock.
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Where to Find Web-based Guides
The installation and user guides for all Allied Telesis products are available
in portable document format (PDF) on our web site at
www.alliedtelesis.com. You can view the documents online or download
them onto a local workstation or server.
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Contacting Allied Telesis
This section provides Allied Telesis contact information for technical
support as well as sales or corporate information.
Online Support
You can request technical support online by accessing the Allied Telesis
Knowledge Base: www.alliedtelesis.com/support/kb.aspx. You can use
the Knowledge Base to submit questions to our technical support staff and
review answers to previously asked questions.
Email and
Telephone
Support
For Technical Support via email or telephone, refer to the Support section
of the Allied Telesis web site: www.alliedtelesis.com/support.
Returning
Products
Products for return or repair must first be assigned a return materials
authorization (RMA) number. A product sent to Allied Telesis without an
RMA number will be returned to the sender at the sender’s expense. For
instructions on how to obtain an RMA number, go to the Support section
on our web site at www.alliedtelesis.com/support/rma.aspx.
For Sales or
Corporate
Information
You can contact Allied Telesis for sales or corporate information through
our web site at http://www.alliedtelesis.com/purchase.
Warranty
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For warranty information on the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender, go
to www.alliedtelesis.com/warranty for the specific terms and conditions
of the warranty and for warranty registration.
Chapter 1
Overview
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extended product is designed to transmit
and receive data at very high speeds over unshielded pairs of copper
wires using VDSL technology on your existing private telephone line.
This chapter contains the following sections:
ˆ
“Summary of Features” on page 16
ˆ
“AT-MC605 Port Descriptions” on page 18
ˆ
“Status LEDs” on page 22
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“VDSL Configuration DIP Switches” on page 24
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“External AC/DC Power Adapter” on page 27
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“Multiple Dwelling Unit (MDU) Topology” on page 28
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Summary of Features
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender provides the following features:
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VDSL (Very high-bit-rate Digital Subscriber) protocol over existing
private telephone lines.
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Phone port with an RJ-11 connector
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10Base-T/100Base-TX ethernet port with an RJ-45 connector
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Auto MDI/MDI-X
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Auto-Negotiation for speed and duplex mode (IEEE 803.3u-compliant)
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Status LEDs for both 10Base-T/100Base-TX and VDSL Line ports
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12V DC external power supply input port
ˆ
Installation on desktop, wall, DINRAIL, or rack mounting in an ATMCR12 rackmount chassis
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Fully EU RoHS and China RoHS compliant
Figure 1. illustrates the front panel of the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet
Extender.
Ethernet
Status
LEDs
VDSL Configuration
VDSL Line
LEDs
Switches
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL CONFIG
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
PHONE
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
100M
PWR
RATE
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
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Ethernet Port
Phone Port
VDSL Line Port
Figure 1. AT- MC605 Front Panel
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Figure 2. illustrates the rear panels of the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet
Extender.
12VDC
1563
12 VDC Power Supply Port
Figure 2. AT-MC605 Rear Panel
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AT-MC605 Port Descriptions
VDSL Line Port
The VDSL Line port features an RJ-11 connector. It allows you to connect
two AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender units together using existing
internal building telephone copper pairs. By using this equipment, both
ethernet data and analog phone service are made accessible within a
building without installing additional wiring for the ethernet connections.
One AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender is configured as a Provider unit and the
other as a Subscriber unit. The two units need to be within 3,000 meters
(9842 feet) of each other in order for the port to operate properly.
Table 2 lists the RJ-11 VDSL Line Port pinouts and their assignments.
Table 2. RJ-11 VDSL Line Port Pinouts
Pin
Phone Port
Assignment
1
N/C
2
N/C
3
VDSL and phone ring
4
VDSL and phone tip
5
N/C
6
N/C1
The Phone Port which allows you to connect one AT-MC605 Ethernet
Extender configured as a Subscriber unit to a telephone and a second ATMC605 Ethernet Extender configured as a Provider unit to your private
telephone equipment in the building equipment room. This port features
an RJ-11 connector.
Table 3 lists the RJ-11 Phone Port pinouts and their assignments.
Table 3. RJ-11 Phone Port Pinouts
Pin
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Assignment
1
N/C
2
N/C
3
phone ring
4
phone tip
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Table 3. RJ-11 Phone Port Pinouts
Pin
10Base-T/
100Base-Tx
Ethernet Port
Assignment
5
N/C
6
N/C
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender has one 10Base-T/100Base-Tx
ethernet port which allows you to connect one AT-MC605 Ethernet
Extender configured as a Subscriber unit to a computer and a second
AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender configured as a Provider unit to an Internet
Service Provider connection in the building equipment room. This twisted
pair port features an RJ-45 connector with a maximum operating distance
of 100 meters (328 feet). For the port pinout details, refer to “RJ-45 Port
Pinouts” on page 21.
Type of Cabling
The 10Base-T/100Base-TX ethernet port is designed to operate with
unshielded twisted pair cables. For 10 Mbps operation, Category 3 or
better 100 ohm unshielded twisted pair cabling is required. For 100 Mbps
operation, Category 5 and Enhanced Category 5 (5E) 100 ohm unshielded
twisted pair cabling is recommended.
Auto MDI/MDI-X
A 10Base-T/100Base-TX ethernet port on a network device can have one
of two possible wiring configurations: MDI or MDI-X. The ethernet port on
a PC, router, or bridge is typically wired as MDI, while the twisted pair port
on a switch or hub is usually MDI-X.
The AT-MC605 ethernet port features automatic MDI/MDI-X. The port
automatically determines the configuration of its end-node and then
configures itself appropriately. For example, if the AT-MC605 ethernet port
is connected to a port on a bridge, which is typically wired as MDI, the
AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender automatically configures the ethernet port to
MDI-X. This feature allows you to use either straight-through or crossover
cables when connecting the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender to other
ethernet devices.
Auto-Negotiation
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Auto-Negotiates the speed and
duplex mode of the ethernet link, so that the link comes up in the highest
performance configuration supported by both ends. For example, if an end
node is capable of only 10 Mbps, the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender sets
its ethernet port to 10 Mbps or if an end node is capable of 100 Mbps, the
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ethernet port is set to 100 Mbps.
Half- and Full-duplex Mode
Duplex mode refers to the way an end-node sends and receives data on
the network. An end-node can operate in either half- or full-duplex mode,
depending on its capabilities. In half-duplex mode, data can be either sent
or received, but not at the same time. In full-duplex mode, data can be
sent and received simultaneously. The best network performance is
achieved when an end-node can operate at full-duplex, since the
end-node is able to send and receive data simultaneously.
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender can Auto-Negotiate to either
half- or full-duplex mode, but cannot be manually configured to either
mode. As a consequence, the end node must also be operating in the
Auto-Negotiation mode for proper operation.
Note
For Auto-Negotiation to operate properly, the end-nodes connected
to the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender should also use AutoNegotiation. If an end-node does not have this feature and has a
fixed duplex mode of full-duplex, the result will be a duplex mode
mismatch with the end-node. The AT-MC605 ethernet port ends up
in the half-duplex mode if it is connected to an end-node with a fixed
full-duplex mode. This configuration can produce network
performance problems. Should you encounter this situation, you
must configure the port on the end-node to use Auto-Negotiation or,
if it lacks that feature, to half-duplex.
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RJ-45 Port Pinouts
The pin assignments of an RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX connector and
port are illustrated in Figure 3.
1
8
8
1
Figure 3. RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX Connector Pin Assignments
Table 4 lists the RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX connector pins and their
signals when the port is operating in either MDI or MDI-X configuration.
Table 4. RJ-45 Port Pinouts
Pin
MDI
Signal
MDI-X
Signal
1
TX+
RX+
2
TX-
RX-
3
RX+
TX+
6
RX-
TX-
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Status LEDs
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender features the status LEDs and are
defined in Table 5.
Table 5. Front Panel Status LEDs
LED
PWR
Color
Description
GREEN
Power is applied to the unit.
OFF
Power is not applied to the unit.
10/100Base-TX Port
LINK/
ACT
100M
Solid GREEN
A link has been established on the port.
Blinking
GREEN
Network traffic is being transmitted and/or
received.
OFF
A link has not been established.
Solid GREEN
Port is linked at 100 Mbps.
OFF
Port is linked at 10 Mbps when LINK/ACT
LED is solid or blinking GREEN.
VDSL LINE Port
SCBR/
PROV
Solid GREEN
Unit is configured as a Subscriber Unit
(SCBR)
OFF
Unit is configured as a Provider Unit
(PROV)
Slow Blinking
GREEN
VDSL is idle when blinking occurs
approximately 1 time/sec.
Fast Blinking
GREEN
VDSL is in the training or handshake
mode when the blinking occurs
approximately 3 times/sec.
Solid GREEN
VDSL has established a connection with
its link partner.
Rapid Blinking
GREEN
VDSL activity is occurring when the
blinking occurs approximately 6 times/
sec.
OFF
VDSL link is not established.
LINK
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Table 5. Front Panel Status LEDs
LED
RATE
Color
Blinking
GREEN/
Description
After a VDSL link is established, the Rate
LED will continuously blink a set number
of times in a set time interval. Each “blink”
represents approximately 10 Mbps of
VDSL line rate (e.g., six “blinks represents
a VDSL line rate of 60 Mbps).
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VDSL Configuration DIP Switches
VDSL Switch
Definitions
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender features the four VDSL
Configuration DIP switches on the front panel. The UP/DOWN positions of
each switch are shown in “VDSL Configuration DIP Switches” on page 25
and defined in Table 6 below.
Table 6. VDSL Configuration DIP Switches
Switch
Position
Switch
Function
UP
SCBR
Unit is configured for the Subscriber
Mode.
DOWN
PROV
Unit is configured for the Provider
Mode.
UP
FAST
FAST mode guarantees a minimum
end to end latency less than 1 ms.
DOWN
INTL
UP
NO
LIMIT
NO LIMIT mode is an asymmetrical
mode which provides line rates of up
to 100 Mbps for the downlink and 60
Mbps for the uplink.
DOWN
RATE
LIMIT
RATE LIMIT mode limits the downlink
and uplink line rates to a symmetrical
mode where the line rates in both
directions are approximately the
same.
UP
6 dB
The unit provides optimum Signal to
Noise Ratio (SNR) for VDSL line
length of less than 305 meters (1000
feet).
DOWN
9 dB
The unit provides optimum Signal to
Noise Ratio (SNR) for VDSL line
length between 305 meters (1000
feet) and 3000 meters (9842 feet).
Left
Left
Center
Right
Center
Right
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Description
INTL (Interleaved) mode protects
from impulse noises with a duration
less than 250 ms This results in a
maximum end to end latency of less
than 6 ms.
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The front panel VDSL Configuration DIP switches are shown in Figure 4
VDSL CONFIG
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
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Figure 4. VDSL Configuration DIP Switches
VDSL
Configuration
DIP Switch
Descriptions
SCBR/PROV VDSL Configuration Switch
The SCBR/PROV (Left) switch defines the function of the AT-MC605
Ethernet Extender as either a Subscriber or a Provider unit. The
Subscriber (SCBR) position is selected when the AT-MC605 Ethernet
Extender is used at the end point of the VDSL line where the ethernet and
phone lines are distributed to the end-user. The Provider (PROV) position
is selected when the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender is used as the source
for the VDSL line. Normally, two AT-MC605 Ethernet Extenders work
together in tandem - one as a Subscriber unit and the other as a Provider
unit.
FAST/INTL VDSL Configuration Switch
The FAST/INTL (Left Center) switch is used when noise compensation is
required. If the VDSL line is operating in a relatively low noise
environment, the data link and data transmission are usually reliable. The
FAST position is recommended in this case. This operating mode has the
advantage of short latency times - usually less than 1 ms.
You will want to select the INTL (Interleaved) position if you notice that the
VDSL link is being repeatedly dropped or data is being lost, excessive
noise bursts on the line may be the cause. With the Interleaved selection,
the transmitted data is combined or interleaved with data correction code.
This combination reduces the data errors, packet losses and loss of sync
caused by a noisy environment. However, because the additional data
correction code is added to the data stream, the overall transmission
latency will increase and is usually less than 6 ms. The overall effect of this
setting is more reliable data transmissions in a noisy environment.
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NO LIMIT/RATE LIMIT VDSL Configuration Switch
The NO LIMIT/RATE LIMIT (Right Center) switch selects the maximum
data rate for the VDSL line. The NO LIMIT position is the factory default for
this switch, which allows a maximum downstream data rate of 100 Mbps
and and a maximum upstream data rate of 60 Mbps. The RATE LIMIT
position limits the downlink and uplink line rates to a symmetrical mode
where the line rates in both directions are approximately the same.
6 dB/9 dB VDSL Configuration Switch
The 6 dB/9 dB (Right) switch selects the optimum signal to noise ratio
(SNR) for your VDSL line which is dependent on the VDSL line length.
The factory default setting for this switch is 6 dB SNR and assumes that
your VDSL line is less than 305 meters (1000 feet) in length. Select the 9
dB SNR setting if your VDSL line is between 305 meters and 3000 meters
(9842 feet) or if a more stable link and more noise protection is needed.
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External AC/DC Power Adapter
An external, energy efficient, AC/DC power adapter is included with the
AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender for desktop or wall-mount operation.
The power adapter supplies 12V DC to the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender.
Allied Telesis supplies an approved safety compliant AC power adapter
specifically designed for each region where the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet
Extender is sold. Each type of power adapter has an unregulated output of
12V DC at 1A.
The AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender has a single DC power supply socket
on the back panel. The unit does not have a power switch. To turn the unit
ON or OFF, you must connect or disconnect the DC power cord.
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Multiple Dwelling Unit (MDU) Topology
The AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender can be used in multi-dwelling units
(MDU), multi-tenant buildings (MTU), and in the hospitality industry, such
as airports, hotels, and convention centers.
When configured as a subscriber unit, the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender
can be used as a desktop or wallmount device. If the AT-MC605 Ethernet
Extender is configured as a provider unit in a wiring closet or
telecommunications room, it may be mounted on the wall, on a DINRAIL,
or in an AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis in an equipment rack. Refer to
“Installing the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender Provider Unit” on page 39 for
installation details. These units are manually configured as a
subscriber/provider unit when installed.
ADSL
AT-AR440
Internet
PSTN
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21R
23R
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22R
24R
AT-9424T
Gigabit Ethernet Switch
PORT ACTIVITY
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
L/A
D/C
1000 LINK /
FDX
ACT
10/100 LINK /
HDX /
COL
SFP
ACT
L/A
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19 21R 23R
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20 22R 24R
L/A
SFP
D/C
In-House
PBX
22
23
TERMINAL
PORT
STATUS
21
FAULT
22
MASTER
23
L/A
24
D/C
21
POWER
24
POWER
MCR12
12 AT-MC605
Provider Units
mounted in an
AT-MCR12 Chassis
Building Equipment Room
Existing Telephone
Wiring in Building
Dorm Room
Subscriber Unit
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL CONFIG
PHONE
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
100M
PWR
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RATE
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
AT-MC605
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
Dorm Room
Subscriber Unit
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL CONFIG
PHONE
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
100M
PWR
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RATE
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
AT-MC605
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
Dorm Room
Subscriber Unit
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL CONFIG
PHONE
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
100M
PWR
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RATE
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
AT-MC605
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
Dorm Room
Subscriber Unit
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL CONFIG
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
100M
PWR
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RATE
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
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VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
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Figure 5. University Dormitory (MDU) Point-to-Point Topology
For example, Figure 5 illustrates a point-to-point topology for a university
dormitory (MDU) where both the phone and internet services are delivered
to each room using VDSL via the building’s existing telephone wiring. An
AT-MC605 Subscriber unit is installed in each dorm room. The AT-MC605
Provider units are located in the building’s central equipment room and are
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AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
individually assigned to each dorm room. The Provider units are rack
mounted together in AT-MCR12 chassis where they are connected to the
building’s telephone switch and internet service.
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Chapter 2
Installation
This chapter contains the installation procedures for the AT-MC605 VDSL
Ethernet Extender in the following sections:
ˆ
“Reviewing Safety Precautions” on page 31
ˆ
“Selecting a Site for the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender” on page 32
ˆ
“Required Cabling” on page 33
ˆ
“Unpacking the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender” on page 34
ˆ
“Installing the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Subscriber Unit” on
page 35
ˆ
“Installing the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender Provider Unit” on page 39
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AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
Reviewing Safety Precautions
Please review the following safety precautions before you begin to install
the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender.
Only use the power adapter supplied when the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet
Extender is installed as a stand alone unit. No power adapter is required if
the unit is inserted in the AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis.
Warning
Lightning Danger: Do not work on this equipment or cables during
periods of lightning activity. E2
Caution
Power cord is used as a disconnection device: To de-energize
equipment, disconnect the power cord. E3
Caution
Air vents: The air vents must not be blocked on the unit and must
have free access to the room’s ambient air for cooling. E6
Warning
Operating Temperature: This product is designed for a maximum
ambient temperature of 40°C. E7
All Countries: Install this product in accordance with local and national
electric codes. E8
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Selecting a Site for the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender
Observe the following requirements when choosing a site for your
AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender:
ˆ
If you plan to install a AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender into an ATMCR12 rackmount chassis and equipment rack, check to be sure that
the rack is safely secured and that it will not tip over. Devices in a rack
should be installed starting at the bottom, with the heavier devices
near the bottom of the rack.
ˆ
The AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender may be wall mounted either on a
DINRAIL using a DINRAIL bracket or using an AT-WLMT bracket.
Both brackets are provide separately. Select a place on the wall that
provides the best cabling and power access.
Note
Both the DINRAIL bracket and the AT-WLMT wall mount bracket are
sold separately. Contact your Allied Telesis Sales representative to
purchase these items.
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ˆ
If you are installing the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender on a table, be
sure that the table is level and secure.
ˆ
The power outlet for the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender should be
located near the unit and should be easily accessible.
ˆ
The site should provide for easy access to the ports on the front of the
AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender. This makes it easy for you to connect
and disconnect cables, as well as view the LEDs.
ˆ
To allow proper cooling of the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender, air flow
around the unit and through its vents on the side should not be
restricted.
ˆ
Do not place objects on top of the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender.
ˆ
Do not expose the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender to moisture or water.
ˆ
Make sure that the site is a dust-free environment.
ˆ
You should use dedicated power circuits or power conditioners to
supply reliable electrical power to the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender.
AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
Required Cabling
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender requires two or more of the three
cables described in Table 7 below. These cables are not shipped with the
AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender.
Table 7. AT-MC605 Cables
Port
Cable
Connector
Ethernet
Category 3 or better
100-ohm unshielded
straight-through or
crossover twisted pair
cable
RJ-45
Phone
standard telephone
cable
RJ-11
VDSL Line
standard telephone
cable
RJ-11
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Unpacking the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender
To unpack the AT-MC605 product:
1. Remove all components from the shipping package and store the
packaging material in a safe location.
Note
You must use the original shipping material if you need to return the
unit to Allied Telesis.
2. Make sure the following hardware components are included in your ATMC605 package. If any item is missing or damaged, contact your Allied
Telesis sales representative for assistance.
ˆ One AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender
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ˆ
Four protective feet
ˆ
One universal energy efficient power adapter
AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
Installing the AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Subscriber Unit
The AT-MC605 Subscriber unit is normally used as a stand-alone device,
or can be used as a desktop device, or mounted to a wall.
To use the Subscriber unit on a desktop, perform the following procedure:
1. Remove all equipment from the package and store the packaging
material in a safe place.
2. Attach the four protective feet (provided) to each corner of the bottom
of the unit, as illustrated in Figure 6 , ”Attaching Protective Feet to the
Subscriber Unit”.
AT-MC605
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
RATE
PWR
LINK
100M
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
VDSL CONFIG
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
Using the
Subscriber Unit
on a Desktop
1592
Figure 6. Attaching Protective Feet to the Subscriber Unit
3. Position the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender on the desktop.
4. Configure the right VDSL CONFIG switch (SCBR/PROV) to the SCBR
position as shown in Figure 7.
VDSL CONFIG
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
1589
Figure 7. Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender for Subscriber Mode
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5. Go to “Cabling the Subscriber Unit” on page 36 to connect the cables
and to “Powering On the Subscriber Unit” on page 38 for powering the
unit.
Wall-Mounting
the Subscriber
Unit
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender may be wall mounted directly to
the wall with an AT-WLMT Wall Mount Bracket or by using an Allied
Telesis DINRAIL Bracket (both supplied separately) in conjunction with a
previously mounted DINRAIL.
1. Configure the right VDSL CONFIG switch (SCBR/PROV) to the SCBR
position as shown in Figure 7, ”Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet
Extender for Subscriber Mode” on page 35.
2. Follow the installation instructions supplied with the wall mounting
bracket.
3. Go to “Cabling the Subscriber Unit” on page 36 to connect the cables
and to “Powering On the Subscriber Unit” on page 38 for powering the
unit.
Cabling the
Subscriber Unit
To cable the Subscriber unit to a computer or telephone, perform the
following steps:
1. To connect a computer to the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender, connect
the ethernet cable from the AT-MC605 ethernet port to the ethernet
port on your computer, as shown in Figure 8 , ”Connecting AT-MC605
Ethernet Port to Computer”.
10
100BBase-T/
ase-T
X
LNK/A
CT
100M
VDSL
SCBR
PWR
FAST
CONF
NO LIM
IG
IT 6dB
PHON
E
AT-M
C6
05
PROV
INTL
VDSL
EXTE
NDED
RATE
LIMIT
9dB
VDSL
ETH
ERN
ET
LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RATE
1558
Figure 8. Connecting AT-MC605 Ethernet Port to Computer
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2. To connect a telephone to the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender, connect
a telephone line cable from the Phone port to the telephone, as shown
in Figure 9.
10Base
100Bas
-T/
e-T
LNK/AC X
T
100M
VD
SL CO
SCBR
NFIG
FAST
NO LIM
IT 6dB
PWR
PHON
AT-M
C60
5
PROV
INTL
VDSL
EXTE
NDED
RATE
LIMIT
E
VDSL
9dB
ETHE
LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RNET
RATE
1561
Figure 9. Connecting AT-MC605 Phone Port to Telephone
3. Next, connect a telephone line cable from the VDSL Line port to the
wall/interior telephone line, as shown in Figure 10, so that the
Subscriber unit can communicate with the Provider unit.
RATE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
MCR12
10Base
100Bas
-T/
e-TX
LNK
PHONE
/ACT
100M
VDSL
CON
SCBR
VDSL CONFIG
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
FAST
FIG
NO LIMIT
6dB
PHONE
05
PROV
VDSL
EX
TEND
INTL
RATE
LIMIT
9dB
ED ET
HERN
ET
VDSL
LIN
LINK
E
SCBR
PROV
RATE
AT-MC605
PWR
100M
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PWR
AT-M
C6
Subscriber Unit
1560
Provider Unit
Wall/Interior Phone Line
Used as VDSL Line
Figure 10. VDSL Line to Wall/Interior Phone Line
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Overview
Powering On the
Subscriber Unit
Power on the Subscriber unit using the power adapter provided, as shown
in Figure 11.
12 V D
C
Figure 11. Power On The Subscriber Unit
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AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
Installing the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender Provider Unit
The AT-MC605 Provider unit can either be installed in an AT-MCR12
rackmount chassis, or used as a desktop device, or mounted onto a wall.
Warning
To prevent exposure to electric shock, the AT-MC605 Provider Unit
must be installed in a RESTRICTED ACCESS LOCATION and
performed by QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Note
For Finland, Norway, and Sweden – When the AT-MC605
Ethernet Extender and the AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis are used,
a permanent ground conductor must be installed on the AT-MCR12
rackmount chassis. For installation instructions of this ground
conductor, the AT-MCR12 Media Converter Rackmount Chassis
Installation Manual is available in portable document format (PDF)
on our web site at www.alliedtelesis.com.
To use the Provider unit on a desktop, perform the following procedure:
1. Remove all equipment from the package and store the packaging
material in a safe place.
2. Attach the four protective feet (provided) to each corner of the bottom
of the unit, as illustrated in Figure 12.
.
AT-MC605
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
RATE
PWR
LINK
100M
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
VDSL CONFIG
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
Using the
Provider Unit on
a Desktop
1557
Figure 12. Attaching Protective Feet to the Provider Unit
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3. Configure the right VDSL CONFIG switch (SCBR/PROV) to the SCBR
position as shown in Figure 13.
VDSL CONFIG
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
1590
Figure 13. Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender for Provider Mode
4. Go to “Cabling the Provider Unit” on page 42 to connect the cables
and to “Powering On the Provider Unit” on page 44 for powering the
unit.
Wall-Mounting
the Provider Unit
The AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender may be wall mounted directly to
the wall with an AT-WLMT Wall Mount Bracket or by using an Allied
Telesis DINRAIL Bracket in conjunction with a previously mounted
DINRAIL. Both of these brackets may be ordered separately from the
AT-MC605. Please contact your local Allied Telesis representative.
1. Configure the right VDSL CONFIG switch (SCBR/PROV) to the SCBR
position as shown in Figure 13.
2. Follow the installation instructions supplied with the wall mounting
bracket or DINRAIL bracket.
3. To connect the cables, see “Cabling the Provider Unit” on page 42.
4. To apply power to the unit, see “Powering On the Provider Unit” on
page 44.
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AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
To install the Provider unit in an AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis, perform
the following steps:
1. Configure the right VDSL CONFIG switch (SCBR/PROV) to the SCBR
position as shown in Figure 14 , ”Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet
Extender for Provider Mode”.
VDSL CONFIG
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
1589
Figure 14. Configuring AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender for Provider Mode
RATE
AT-MC605
VDSL CONFIG
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PWR
100M
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
2. Attach the unit to one of the sliders that holds the unit in the chassis, as
shown in Figure 15.
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
Rack-Mounting
the Provider Unit
1636
Figure 15. Rack Mount - Set on Slider
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Overview
3. Position the slider, as shown in Figure 16 and push into the chassis.
R
POWE
RATE
AT-MC605
VDSL CONFIG
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PWR
100M
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
MCR12
1637
Figure 16. Rack Mount - Set in Rack
4. To connect the cables, see “Cabling the Provider Unit” on page 42.
Cabling the
Provider Unit
To cable the Provider unit, perform the following steps:
1. Connect the ethernet cable from the ethernet port to the Service
Provider box (ISP) in your wiring closet, as shown in Figure 17.
Internet
RATE
AT-MC605
VDSL CONFIG
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PWR
100M
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
MCR12
1591
Figure 17. Connecting AT-MC605 Ethernet Port to an Internet Service
Provider
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AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender Installation Guide
2. Connect a telephone line cable from the Phone port to the building
PBX connection as shown in Figure 18.
Telco
PBX
Line
RATE
AT-MC605
VDSL CONFIG
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
PWR
100M
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
MCR12
1562
Figure 18. Connecting AT-MC605 Phone Port to PBX Connection
3. Connect a telephone line cable from the VDSL Line port to the wall/
interior telephone line, as shown in Figure 19, so that the Provider unit
can communicate with the Subscriber unit.
Provider Unit
10Base-T
100Base/
TX
LNK/ACT
VDSL
100M
SCBR
FAST
PWR
CONFIG
NO LIMIT
6dB
PHONE
VDSL
LIMIT
9dB
LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
RATE
MCR12
VDSL CONFIG
RATE
PROV INTL RATE LIMIT 9dB
PHONE
VDSL LINE
SCBR
PROV
LINK
Subscriber Unit
SCBR FAST NO LIMIT 6dB
NET
VDSL EXTENDED ETHERNET
ETHER
AT-MC605
INTL RATE
DED
PWR
EXTEN
100M
PROV
VDSL
10Base-T/
100Base-TX
LNK/ACT
AT-MC6
05
1635
Wall/Interior Phone Line
Figure 19. VDSL Line to Wall/Interior Phone Line.
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Overview
Powering On the
Provider Unit
If you have rack mounted the AT-MC605 Provider unit, the host
equipment, AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis, is must be powered on as
well.
Warning
The QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL must verify that the
AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis power cord is connected to the
socket provided with the ground conductor.
If the power cord is not connected, the QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL must install a permanent ground connection using the
bond stud on the rear panel of the AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis.
For detailed information on how to power on the AT-MCR12 rackmount
chassis, refer to the AT-MCR12 Media Converter Rackmount Chassis
Installation Manual.
If you have installed a stand alone AT-MC605 Provider unit, power on the
unit using the power adapter provided, as shown in Figure 20.
12 V D
C
Figure 20. Power On The Subscriber Unit
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Chapter 3
Troubleshooting
This chapter contains information on how to troubleshoot the
AT-MC605 VDSL Ethernet Extender in the event a problem occurs.
Note
If after following the instructions in this chapter you are unable to
resolve the problem, contact Allied Telesis Technical Support for
assistance. Refer to “Contacting Allied Telesis” on page 14 for
information on how to contact our Technical Support Department.
LEDs
Check the PWR LED on the front of the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender. If
the LED is OFF, indicating that the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender is not
receiving power, do the following:
ˆ
If the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender is inserted in the AT-MCR12
rackmount chassis, make sure that the power cord is securely
connected to the power source and to the power connector on the
back panel of the
AT-MCR12 rackmount chassis.
ˆ
If the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender is in a stand-alone configuration,
make sure that the AC/DC power adapter is securely connected to
both the power source and the DC power connector on the back panel
of the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender.
ˆ
Verify that the AC power outlet has power by connecting another
device to it.
ˆ
Try connecting the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender to another AC power
source.
ˆ
Try using a different power cord or a different AC/DC power adapter.
ˆ
Check that the voltage from the power source is within the required
levels for your region.
Verify that the ACT LED for each twisted pair port is ON. If a ACT LED is
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Overview
OFF, do the following:
46
ˆ
Verify that the end node connected to the port is powered ON and is
operating properly.
ˆ
Check that the twisted pair cable is securely connected to the port on
the AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender and to the port on the end node.
ˆ
Make sure that the twisted pair cable does not exceed 100 meters
(328 feet).
ˆ
Verify that you are using the appropriate category of twisted pair cable:
Category 3 or better for 10 Mbps operation, Category 5 and Category
5E for 100 Mbps operation.
ˆ
Make sure that the operating parameters of the port on the
AT-MC605 Ethernet Extender are compatible with the end node to
which the port is connected.
Appendix A
Technical Specifications
Physical Specifications
Dimensions:
(W x D x H)
109 mm x 95 mm x 25 mm
(4.29 in. x 3.74 in. x 0.98 in.)
Weight:
.3 kg (0.66 lbs)
Recommended Minimum
Clearance on All Sides:
5.08 cm (2.0 in.)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature:
0° C to 40° C
Storage Temperature:
-25° C to 70° C
Operating Humidity:
5% to 90% (noncondensing)
Storage Humidity:
5% to 95% (noncondensing)
Operating Altitude:
3,000 m
Non-operating Altitude:
4,000 m
Power Specifications
Power Consumption:
4 Watts
Input Supply Current:
350 mA
Input Supply Voltage:
12V DC
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Appendix A: Technical Specifications
Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibility Certifications
48
Emission:
EN55022 Class B, FCC Part 15 Class B
Immunity:
EN55024
Safety:
EN60950, UL60950
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