Install Guide - Network

Install Guide - Network
Quick Install Guide
1 Gigabit iBypass Switch™
10 Gigabit iBypass Switch™
10/100/1000 iBypass Switch™
Threshold
Bypass
LEDs
ON/OFF LED
2
2
BYPASS
ON
1
1
OFF
B
2
A
1
B
A
LINK
Link
LEDs
Front Panel Display
iBypass Only
Connecting to Network
A
Network
B
Monitor
1
Do the following to connect the iBypass Switch to your network:
2
RESET
Reset
Button
Network
Ports
Monitoring
Ports
1. Connect Network port A to the appropriate network device
using the cables supplied with your iBypass switch.
2. Connect Network port B to the appropriate network device
using the cables supplied with your iBypass switch.
SFP/XFP Modules
Required on Certain Models
Not Included
Unpacking
An IBypass switch ships with the following:
2
2
BYPASS
ON
1
1
OFF
B
B
2
A
1
A
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
iBypass switch
Two power supply cords
Access Products User Guides (on CD)
Network and monitor cables
RJ45-to-RS232 DB9 console cable
3-meter RJ45, CAT 5e 4-pair
Maintenance plan, if purchased
Rack unit panel for rack mounting the switch, if purchased
Carefully check the packing slip against parts received. If any part
is missing or damaged, contact Net Optics’ customer service.
Mounting the iBypass Switch
Do the following to rack mount the iBypass Switch:
1. Attach the two-slot panel to your rack and secure by tightening the four thumbscrews.
2. Slide the iBypass switch into one of the slots and secure with
the thumbscrews.
3. Make sure that the rack is properly grounded.
LINK
A
Network
B
1
Monitor
2
RESET
To network device
To network device
Connecting to Monitoring Devices
Do the following to connect the iBypass Switch to your monitoring devices:
1. Connect Monitor port 1 to the appropriate NIC using the
cable supplied with your iBypass switch.
2. Connect Monitor port 2 to the appropriate NIC using the
cable supplied with your iBypass switch.
2
2
BYPASS
ON
1
1
OFF
B
B
2
A
A
1
LINK
Connecting power to the iBypass Switch
A
Network
B
1
Monitor
2
RESET
To NIC
To NIC
Do the following to connect and apply power to the switch:
1. Plug one of the supplied power cords to a power connector
located at the rear of the chassis.
2. Plug the other end of the power cord to a power source.
3. For redundancy, plug a power cord to the iBypass switch.
4. Plug the other end to a power source independent from the
first power source.
The Power LED on the front illuminates.
Management
Port
RS232
Checking the Installation
After you have connected the iBypass switch, do the following to
verify that the iBypass switch is functioning correctly.
• Check that the power LEDs are illuminated.
• Check the link status and activity LEDs located on the front
panel to verify that the links are connected and traffic is
passing through the iBypass switch.
• Check the LCD for traffic and peak information.
• Ensure that the monitoring device is receiving traffic from the
iBypass switch.
© 2013 by Net Optics, Inc. Net Optics® is a registered trademarks of Net Optics, Inc. iBypass Switch™ is a trademark of Net Optics, Inc. 800-0191-001 Rev B
Planning Configuration
Connecting the Management Port
To enable the remote features of the iBypass switch, you must
assign an IP address to the switch. If you are installing multiple
iBypass switches, determine the IP address range, netmask, and
gateway, if required, before beginning the installation.
To use the remote interfaces, you must connect the
Management Port to the network.
To connect the iBypass Switch Management Port:
Configuring the iBypass Switch
All configuration options, status, and statistics are accessible
from the Command Line Interface (CLI). To get started with the
iBypass switch, you must set an IP address with the CLI.
1. Connect a CAT5e cable to the Management Port.
2. Connect the other end to a network switch or hub.
Management
Port
RS232
Do the following to configure the IP addresses of the iBypass
switch using the CLI:
1. Connect a PC to the iBypass switch using the RS232 DB-9
cable. Ensure that the PC has a terminal emulation software
already installed.
2. Launch terminal emulation software such as HyperTerminal
and set communication parameters to:
19200 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit
Management
Port
Using Web Manager
You can manage and monitor the iBypass switch from any
computer with an Internet browser and access to the iBypass
switchs’ IP address. To access Web Manager, type the IP address
in the URL text box and press Enter.
RS232
For more information
To computer with
terminal emulation software
3. Connect power to the iBypass switch.
4. At the login prompt, type netoptics and at the password
prompt, type netoptics.
5. Use the set username and set password commands to
change the username and password.
If you have questions while your product is under warranty
or you are enrolled in a support plan, please contact the
Net Optics Technical Assurance Center (TAC) via e-mail
at [email protected] or by calling +1.408.737.7777,
Monday through Friday, between the following hours in
your region:
7:00 - 17:30 Americas (Pacific Time)
9:00 - 17:00 EMEA (Frankfurt)
9:00 - 17:00 APAC (Hong Kong Time)
You can also find more information on our website at www.
netoptics.com.
6. Set the iBypass switch IP address by typing:
set ip <ip address>
where <ip address> is the IP address of the iBypass.
7. Set the iBypass switch gateway by typing:
set gateway <ip address>
where <ip address> is the gateway address.
8. Set the iBypass switch netmask by typing:
set netmask <ip address>
where <ip address> is the netmask.
For more information on the CLI, type Help to display command
information or see the CLI User Guide.
© 2013 by Net Optics, Inc. Net Optics® is a registered trademarks of Net Optics, Inc. iBypass Switch™ is a trademark of Net Optics, Inc. 800-0191-001 Rev B
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