Global Console Manager Switch

Global Console Manager Switch
Global Console Manager Switch
Quick Installation Guide
NOTE: Before installing this product, read the
Safety Information and the Important Notices
Global Console Manager Configuration
and Warranty Information document on the
Documentation CD.
Conversion
Option
1 Connecting the local port
Target devices
Connect your VGA monitor and USB
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keyboard and mouse cables into the
appropriately labeled GCM16 or GCM32
switch ports.
2 Connecting a Conversion Option
cable to the GCM16 or GCM32 switch
Connect one end of a CAT 5 cable (4-pair, up
to 150 ft/45 m) into an available numbered
Ethernet
port on the rear of your GCM16 or GCM32
switch. Connect the other end into the RJ-45
connector of the Conversion Option cable.
Telephone
network
3 Connecting a target device to a
Conversion Option cable
Connect a Conversion Option cable into the
Modem
appropriate port on the back of a target
device. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for all target
devices you want to connect.
4 Connecting network and remote
users
Connect a customer supplied CAT 5 cable
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5
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2
from the Ethernet network into a LAN port
on the back of the GCM16 or GCM32 switch.
Network users will access the GCM16 or
GCM32 switch through this port.
5 Connecting to an external modem
(optional)
The GCM16 or GCM32 switch may also be
accessed using an ITU V.92, V.90 or V.24compatible modem. Connect one end of a
Local USB
connection
CAT 5 cable into the MODEM port on the
GCM16 or GCM32 switch. Connect the other
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end into the CAT 5 to DB-9 (male) adapter,
which then connects into the appropriate
Global Console Manager Configuration
port on the back of the modem.
6 Connecting a supported PDU to the
GCM16 or GCM32 switch (optional)
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Connect one end of the RJ-45 cable supplied
Target devices
with the Power Distribution Unit (PDU) into
the PDU1 port on the GCM16 or GCM32
switch. Using the supplied RJ-45 adapter,
connect the other end into the PDU. Connect
the power cords from the target devices
into the PDU. Connect the PDU into an
appropriate AC wall outlet. Repeat this
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External
media
device
PDU
procedure for the PDU2 port to connect a
second PDU, if desired.
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7 Connecting local virtual media or
smart cards (optional)
Connect virtual media devices or smart
card readers to any of the USB ports on the
GCM16 or GCM32 switch. To open a virtual
media session with a target device, the target
device must first be connected to the GCM16
Local USB
connection
or GCM32 switch using a virtual media
GCM16 or GCM32 switch
(GCM32 shown)
capable VCO or Virtual Media Conversion
Option G2 cable. To map a smart card with a
target device, the target device must first be
connected to the GCM16 or GCM32 switch
using a smart card capable Virtual Media
Conversion Option G2 cable.
8 Turning on target devices and
connecting power to the GCM16 or
GCM32 switch
Turn on each target device, then locate the
power cords that came with the GCM16 or
GCM32 switch. Connect one end into the
power socket on the rear of the GCM16 or
GCM32 switch and connect the other end
this step for the second power cord to
provide redundant internal power supplies.
NOTE: Plugging the redundant power
supplies into separate branch circuits provides
additional redundancy in the event one
external AC power source loses power.
NOTE: The network settings can be configured
via the local port using the local user interface
or from a VT100 terminal emulator connected
to the serial setup port.
into an appropriate AC wall outlet. Repeat
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NOTE: For important rack mounting safety
information, see the safety sheet provided
with this product.
5.The mounting holes on the upper
and lower side braces in a rack side
rack mounting flange of the rack so that
compartment must be between 50.8-cm
the nut is positioned on the inside of the
(20.0-in.) and 57.3-cm (22.6-in.) apart. If
rack.
the rack has movable side braces, refer to
the rack documentation for information
about relocating side braces if they are not
already spaced for this installation.
Installing the switch horizontally in the
1-U rack mounting space
NOTE: The filler panel must be placed in front
of the rack when the switch is mounted in the
Installing the switch vertically in the
side of a rack
4.Attach four cage nuts or clip nuts to the
5.Mount the switch assembly to the rack
by matching the holes in the short side
of each mounting bracket to a set of
matching holes on the rack. Insert the
combination hex-head screws through
the slots in the mounting bracket and the
holes in the mounting rail, then into the
cage nuts or clip nuts.
horizontal 1-U orientation.
1.Remove the screws on each side of the
switch.
2.Line up the small holes of the L-shaped
brackets with the screw holes in the switch.
3.With a Phillips screwdriver, fasten the
mounting brackets to the switch using two
8/32-inch x 1/2-inch pan-head screws on
each side.
4.Mount the switch assembly to the rack by
matching the long slots on each bracket
to a set of holes on the rack. Next, insert a
combination hex-head screw through the
slots in the bracket and the holes in the
rack. Cap the screw with a hex serrated
flange nut and tighten.
1.Remove the screws on each side of the
switch.
2.Line up the small holes in the long side of
each mounting bracket.
3.With a Phillips screwdriver, fasten the
mounting brackets to the switch using two
8/32-inch x 1/2-inch pan-head screws on
each side.
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