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a. (Optional) Prepare the rack
1. Provide the equivalent of one rack of vertical space for each switch in an EIA or
IEC-standard 19-inch (48.2-centimeter) equipment rack.
2. Ensure that the equipment rack is stable and securely attached to a
permanent structure.
3. Ground the rack to the same grounding electrode used by the power service in the
area. The ground path must be permanent and must not exceed 1 Ohm of
resistance from the rack to the grounding electrode. AVAYA recommends using a
filter or surge suppressor.
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b. When you install the switch into a network, ensure to use
the following cables:
• Category 5E or higher specification cabling must be used for 1 Gbps/1000
Mbps operation.
• RJ-45 and DB-9 console port cables and adaptors are as follows:
Ethernet Routing
Switch 4000 Series
PEC Code
Name
Short Description
AL2011022-E6
Avaya RJ-45/DB-9
CONSOLE CABLE
1.8m cable with DB-9 Female for terminal/PC on one
end and RJ-45 for device console port connectivity on
the other.
AL2011020-E6
AVAYA RED DB-9
FEMALE TO
RJ-45 ADAPTOR
Converts DB-9 MALE to RJ-45 serial port. The adaptor
can be used for PC or device with DB-9 MALE console
port. Also, can be used with Category 5 RJ-45 straight
cable to provide console connection.
Quick Installation for Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 4000 Series
You can download all documents referenced in this Quick Installation Guide at
www.avaya.com. You do not require a support contract to download documents.
When downloading documentation, select the specific software version.
Depending on your hardware model, your switch can appear different than the
figures shown in this guide.
c. Stacking cables
Note: The ERS 4800 model is delivered with 5.8.0 or higher agent software.
Release 5.8 is not compatible with the ERS 4500 series products.
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Before you start
Confirm that you have the following tools and package contents:
Tools Required:
• Phillips #2 screwdriver
• Console cable to match the console connector on the switch (RJ-45)
• Console cable or Ethernet cable (if using the default IP address to access the
device for configuration)
3
2
4
1
PWR
USB
3
5
RPS
7
9
Up
11
Down
Speed
Link/Act
13
Base
15
17
2
19
4
21
6
23
8
10
Speed
Link/Act
25
12
27
29
14
31
16
33
18
35
20
22
Speed
Link/Act
37
24
39
41
26
43
28
45
30
47
32
45
34
36
In Use
Link/Act
47
4548G
38
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AL4518001-E6
4000-SSC HiStack Stacking Cable 46cmm (1.5ft) for Ethernet Routing
Switch 4500 or 4800 series (for use as spare).
AL4518002-E6
4000-SSC HiStack Stacking Cable 1.5m (5ft) for Ethernet Routing Switch
4500 or 4800 series (spare or for use as return cable for resiliency).
AL4518003-E6
4000-SSC HiStack Stacking Cable 3m (10ft) for Ethernet Routing Switch
4500 or 4800 series (spare or for use as return cable for resiliency).
AL4518004-E6
4000-SSC HiStack Stacking Cable 5m (16.4ft) for Ethernet Routing Switch
4500 or 4800 series (spare or for use as return cable for resiliency).
Mounting options
Set the device on a flat surface near an AC power source, making sure there is at least
2 inches (5.1 cm) of space on all sides for proper air flow, and at least 5 inches
(12.7 cm) at the back for power cord clearance.
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1
Status
Description (all are RoHS compliant)
Table or shelf mounting
If you are mounting the ERS 4800 switch on a table or shelf, attach the rubber feet on
the underside of the switch by placing a pad near each corner.
Package Contents:
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PEC Code
T
40
42
44
46
48
46
48
Console
Rack mounting
1. Attach a bracket to each side of the switch.
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1. Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 4800 Series.
2. Rack-mounting hardware that includes:
• Rack-mount brackets (2)
• Screws to attach brackets to the switch (8)
• Screws to attach the switch to the equipment rack (2x4)
3. Rubber footpads.
4. AC power cord. (Note: A power cord is not included for the A variant of
the switch)
5. Standard 1.5 foot (46 cm) stacking cable.
6. Documentation includes the Base software license kit, Quick Install poster,
and Regulatory documents.
7. Field replaceable power supply already installed in the switch.
Note: Two field replaceable power supplies are supported for models ERS
4826GTS, ERS 4826GTS-PWR+, ERS 4850GTS, and ERS 4850GTS-PWR+.
One power supply is already installed.
2. Slide the switch into the rack.
Note: Be sure to order Direct Attach cables and SFP or SFP+ Transceivers
if required.
Model
Primary PSU
Optional Secondary PSU
ERS 4826GTS,
ERS 4850GTS
300w AC power supply
(replacement order code:
AL1905?03-E5)
300w AC power supply
(order code: AL1905?03-E5)
ERS 4826GTS-PWR+,
ERS 4850GTS-PWR+
1000w AC supply
(replacement order code:
AL1905?21-E6)
1000w AC power supply
(order code: AL1905?21-E6)
3. Insert and tighten the rack-mount screws.
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Stacking
Setting IP parameters using the console port and CLI quick start
The Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch 4800 Series provides fail-safe stackability. You can
connect up to eight 4800 Series devices in a stack to provide uninterrupted connectivity
for up to 400 ports. The stack is managed as single unit, using the IP address of the
base unit.
ERS4800 series rear panel
The switch back panel provides a Base Unit Select switch, Cascade Down connector,
and Cascade Up connector for stacking purposes as shown below:
1
2
Cascade Down
Cascade Up
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To set IP parameters using the console port and CLI Quickstart, perform the
following tasks:
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Connect the console cable to the ERS 4800
The console port uses the RJ-45 port outlined with a blue border. Use an RJ-45 to DB-9
cable, or a DB-9 to DB-9 serial cable to connect the switch console port to your
management terminal. Adapters are available to provide different connection options. The
maximum length of a console cable is 25 feet (8.3 meters). The following table describes
the RJ-45 console port pin-out information. You can use the pin-out information to verify
or create a console cable for use with your maintenance terminal.
Base
Unit Select
1= Cascade down connector
2= Cascade up connector
3= Base Unit Select switch
RJ–45 Console port pin assignments
Base Unit Select switch – used to designate the base unit in a stack. When set to the
RIGHT position, this unit acts as the Base Unit for the stack
Connector
Cascade Down and Cascade Up connectors – used connect a switch to the next unit
in the stack through a cascade cable. Connect one end of the Cascade Down cable to
the Cascade Up connector of the next switch in the stack (shown in the simple
two-switch stack connection block diagram below):
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Pin Number
Signal
1
Ready to send (RTS) — optional, can swap or link with pin 8
2
Data terminal ready (DTR)
3
Transmit data (TXD) — mandatory
4
Carrier detect (DCD) — optional
5
Ground (GND) — mandatory
6
Receive data (RXD) — mandatory
7
Data set ready (DSR) — optional
8
Clear to send (CTS) — optional, can swap or link with pin 1
Unit 1
Unit 2
2
Unit 3
3
Simplified Stacking diagram
1= Base unit
2= Last unit
3= Cascade/Stack Cable
To create a stack connection, order the appropriate Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch
4000 Series cascade cables to ensure fail-safe stacking. For stacking three or more
units (maximum eight units per stack), order the 5 ft, 10 ft, 14 ft or 16.4 ft cables as
applicable (see “Before You Start” – step 4 for Order Codes).
1. Ensure that all switches for the stack are rack mounted.
2. Slide the Base Unit Select switches on the back of the units to the appropriate
position, depending on whether they are a base unit or non-base unit:
• Base Unit (Unit 1) - Slide the Base Unit Select switch to the RIGHT
• Non-Base Unit (Units 2-8) - Slide the Base Unit Select switch to the LEFT
Because stack parameters are associated with the base unit, the physical stack
order depends on the base unit position and whether you configure the stack
cascade up (stack up) or cascade down (stack down). This designation depends
on the stack cabling arrangement.
IMPORTANT: Avaya recommends you to use a Cascade Down configuration.
3. Connect stacking cables as required for a Cascade Up (stack up) or Cascade Down
(stack down) configuration as shown below:
1
2
Unit 1
Unit 2
Unit 7
Unit 3
Unit 6
Unit 4
Unit 5
Unit 5
Unit 4
Unit 6
Unit 3
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Please
Please
Please
Please
Please
Please
Please
Please
Base unit
Last unit
Cascade/Stack Cable
Cascade/Stack Cable (Return cable to make
stack resilient. Use longer stack cable if required.)
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the
Quick Start VLAN <1-4094> [1]:
in-band IP Address[172.16.120.20]:
in-band sub-net mask[255.255.255.0]:
Default Gateway[172.16.120.1]:
Read-Only Community String[**********]:
Read-Write Community String[**********]:
in-band IPV6 Address/Prefix_length[::/0]:
in-band IPV6 Default Gateway[::]:
###############################################################################
Basic switch parameters have now been configured and saved.
###############################################################################
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3
Cascade Up (Stack Up) configuration
1=
2=
3=
4=
provide
provide
provide
provide
provide
provide
provide
provide
Unit 1
4
Cascade Down (Stack Down) configuration
1=
2=
3=
4=
Once the basic connectivity settings are applied, additional configuration
can be done using the available management interfaces.
Use Ctrl+C to abort the configuration at any time.
###############################################################################
Unit 2
1
Unit 8
3
###############################################################################
Welcome to the 4850GTS-PWR+ setup utility.
You will be requested to provide the switch basic connectivity settings.
After entering the requested info, the configuration will be applied and
stored into the switch NVRAM.
Unit 8
Unit 7
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1. Connect the console cable from the terminal to the console port of the switch to allow
initial configuration. Any terminal or PC with the appropriate terminal emulator can be
used as the management station.
Terminal emulation settings
2. Set the terminal protocol on the terminal
Property
Value
or terminal emulation program to
Baud Rate
9600 bps
VT100 or VT100/ANSI.
Data Bits
8
Stop Bits
1
3. Connect to the switch using the terminal
Parity
None
or terminal emulation application.
Flow Control
None
4. The Avaya switch banner appears when
you connect to the switch through the
Console port. There is no default password for the switch for CLI console access.
Enter Ctrl+Y and type the following CLI commands:
• enable
• install
5. The CLI Quickstart welcome screen helps you enter the information requested at
each prompt.
Note: The ERS 4800 uses the default IP address of 192.168.1.1/24 if the switch does
not get its IP address from another source.
Base unit
Last unit
Cascade/Stack Cable
Cascade/Stack Cable (Return cable to make
stack resilient. Use longer stack cable if required.)
Powering Up
Connect the AC power cord to the back of the switch, and then plug the other end
of the cord into an AC power outlet.
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Connecting to the ERS 4800 embedded Web UI
1. Connect a Laptop/PC to any Ethernet port and ensure that the PC has an IP address
configured within the same IP subnet as the switch management IP address.
2. Start your web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox.
3. Enter switch management IP address in the URL field and press Enter
(for example; 192.168.1.1).
4. The switch summary screen appears on your browser. Use the navigation tree on the
left to select switch configuration options.
Note: You do not need login credentials.
ACLI boot and factory-default commands:
Warning: You must use a power cord set approved for the 4800 Series switch and the
power receptacle type in your country.
Check the front-panel LEDs as the device powers on to be sure the PWR LED is
lit. If not, check if the power cord is plugged in correctly.
The switch will power on immediately when it is connected to a suitable AC
power source.
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Installing SFP and SFP+ transceivers
Before installing SFP and SFP+ transceivers, ensure the switch is up, fully booted, and
operating normally. Verify that the SFP or SFP+ transceivers and network cabling
support your network configuration.
Install SFP transceivers by performing this procedure.
1. Remove the transceiver from the protective packaging.
2. Verify that the transceiver is the correct model for the
network configuration.
3. Grasp the transceiver between your thumb and forefinger.
4. Insert the transceiver into the proper module on the switch.
Apply a light pressure to the transceiver until it clicks and
locks into position in the module.
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3
4
PoE
2
boot - reboot the switch
boot default - reboot and use the factory default configuration
boot partial-default - reboot and use the partial factory default configuration
restore factory-default - reset the switch to factory default configuration
Recommended reading
For more information, go to http://support.avaya.com and
download the following ERS 4000 guides:
• Locating Documentation (NN47205-106)
• Regulatory Reference (NN47205-100)
• Documentation Reference for Avaya Ethernet Routing
Switch 4000 Series (NN47205-101)
• Installing Avaya Ethernet Routing Switch
4000 Series (NN47205-300)
• Quick Start Configuration (NN47205–104)
• Configuring Systems (NN47205–500)
• Release Notes (NN47205-400)
http://support.avaya.com
1-800-242-2121 (U.S.A.)
1-866 GO-AVAYA
1-866-462-8292 (US Sales)
© 2014 Avaya Inc.
Poster part number: 700507446 Rev. 03
NN47205-304, 01.03
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