S320 Photonic Switch Quick Start Guide

S320 Photonic Switch Quick Start Guide
S320 Photonic Switch Quick Start Guide
Before installing a CALIENT Photonic Switch for the first time, be sure to look for the latest
software releases and documentation. All documents are available at library.calient.net. For
support, go to http://support.calient.net or email support@calient.net or call +1.877.682.1160.
1: RACK
REQUIREMENTS:
7 RU: in a 19”, 23” or ETSI rack
Shelf or support bracket set
Screws - included
Phillips #1 and #2 screwdrivers
Two people - to lift and steady the
47 lb/21.5 kg S320 Switch
Save the baseplate, bag, and box as
well as all other packaging and
documents
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2: CABLE
Connect cables to each of the
power supplies
Connect both power supplies to the
power outlets
Allow 3-4 minutes for the process
Observe the LED status indicators:
REQUIREMENTS:
Login: root
Configure the network parameter
on the S320 using
gxc-config-network.
See reverse page for a sample.
PROCESS:
Connect to the S320 for
provisioning using the following
steps:
Open PuTTY and enter
hostname/IP Address;port 22
REQUIREMENTS:
Click Open
At Login: type root (no password)
Type #pl
The process status will display
If all processes are running, you are
ready to provision using either TL1
or the Web
Input and output fiber optical cables
with LC-UPC connectors
PROCESS:
Green lights are good; for red lights,
refer to the Start and Alarm Guides
One craft serial cable - included
Two Ethernet cables with grounded
shields - included
PROCESS:
Locate the CRAFT PORT on the front
of the Switch:
Connect the craft serial cable
Locate the NMS LAN ports on the
front of the Switch, circled above
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3: BOOT
Together, lift the S320 on to shelf or
brackets
One person holds the switch in place
while the other secures the S320 to
the rack by attaching screws through
the front perimeter holes
A computer with browser to access
the S320 web application
Ethernet cables connected to Ports
A and B and to your network
5: FIBER
Failure to follow safety instructions
may lead to bodily injury.
Attach shelf or support brackets to
the rack, one hole below desired
S320 location
Working together, lift the 320 from
the box, place it on a bench, remove
bag.
To remove the shipping baseplate,
one person presses baseplate firmly
down while the other lifts the S320.
Separated shipping baseplate:
Note: the first time you connect you will see
PUTTY SECURITY ALERT window The servers’s host key
is not cached…Click Yes to see the login prompt:
REQUIREMENTS:
Two power cables – included
Time zone
PROCESS:
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4: CONFIGURE
REQUIREMENTS:
Details about your network
o Host name
IP, Netmask and Gateway addresses
o DNS and NTP server names or IPs
Com port number of the computer
connecting to the S320
PuTTY application
PROCESS:
Note: The default IP address is: 192.168.0.2
Open PuTTY and select Serial
Serial line: com port
Speed: 115200
Click Open
PROCESS:
Connect fiber cables from
equipment and outside plant fibers
to the LC-UPC connectors.
Connectors with un-circled port
numbers are inputs.
Connectors with circled port b are
outputs.
TL1
Open a new PuTTY session,
Select Telnet
Enter
hostname; port 3083
or enter
IP Address;port 3083
Agent>act-user::admin:::pxc***
Refer to the S320 TL1 Reference Guide
for more information
Web
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6: MANAGE
REQUIREMENTS:
PuTTY or another secure shell (SSH)
application
Open any browser, then enter
http://<switch-ip-address>/
At the Login prompt enter:
admin, password: pxc***
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RESETTING SYSTEM NETWORK DEFAULTS
It may be necessary to change the network default settings before logging into the
CALIENT S320 Photonic Switch for the first time. CALIENT provides a script to access and
change these default settings as needed. The system settings that can be changed include
Host name, IP, Netmask and Gateway addresses, DNS servers, NTP server and Time Zone
There are two IP interfaces eth0, eth2 and each of them has its own identity:
-------------------------- Configuring Hostname -----------------------Enter system hostname
Interface State
: enabled
IP Address
: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Network Subnet Mask
: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway Address
: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
eth2  interface A on front panel
Both interfaces are circled here.
Select a time zone from the following list:
1. Alaska Time
…
30. Pacific Time
--------------------- Configuring IP Interface 'ethA' -----------------Interface State
eth0  interface B on front panel
Enter country [48] :<Select the Country from above>
: sw111
--------------------- Configuring IP Interface 'ethB' ------------------
Enter zone [30] :< Select the Time zone from above>
: disabled
------------------------- Configuring DNS Servers ----------------------
Selected Time Zone:
Enter DNS servers one at a time.
-------------------------- CONFIGURATION SUMMARY -----------------------
When done, enter 0.0.0.0 to stop.
Hostname:
sw111
Primary DNS Server
IP Interfaces:
Gateway
Device
: 0.0.0.0
----------------------- Configuring DNS Search Path -------------------Press Enter to leave the current path unchanged, or specify
255.255.255.0
a new search path, with spaces separating each entry.
America/Los_Angeles
IP Address
Network Mask
Default
ethB
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
ethA
(interface is not configured)
ethA
(Link is down)
DNS Search Path : calient-s320
-------------------- Configuring Network Time Protocol ----------------Enter NTP servers one at a time. When done, enter a blank value or
0.0.0.0.
Below is the complete block diagram explaining the mapping
DNS Servers:
No DNS servers currently defined.
Search Domains: calient-s320
NTP Servers:
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
public NTP servers provided by pool.ntp.org; see http://www.pool.ntp.org
Time Zone:
America/Los_Angeles
for more information.
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If your organization or ISP does not have an NTP server, consider using
the
Is all of the above information correct? [yes] :
The network configuration script is available to modify the system settings by connecting
to the serial interface, logging in as root and entering: TARGET# GXC-CONFIG-NETWORK
SAMPLE NETWORK CONFIGURATION SCRIPT
When done, enter a blank entry or 0.0.0.0 to stop.
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<If not sure of NTP Server, give 0.0.0.0 or blank entry to Skip>
Wait while the wizard completes.
< You can configure this anytime later>
Saving configuration...Done.
Primary NTP Server
: 192.168.120.13
Restarting network services to apply changes...
Secondary NTP Server
:
Shutting down interface eth0:
Stopping Switch-ctrl:
Shutting down loopback interface: [
OK
]
Bringing up loopback interface:
[
OK
]
Bringing up interface eth0:
[
OK
]
[
OK
]
use a local time zone.
//Command given on command line in SSH session.
Will this system use UTC? [no] :<if not UTC, press enter>
gxc-config-network
Select a geographic location from the following list:
Bringing up interface eth1:
------------------- GXCP Network Configuration Utility --------------------
1. Africa
2. Americas
……
--------------------------------------------------------------------------10. Pacific Ocean
Running in interactive mode. Type 'help' for commands.
Enter continent [2] : <Select the Location from above>
gxc-conifg-network> setup
Bonding, also called Link Aggregation, allows multiple Ethernet
interfacesto be combined into a single logical link. Various modes are
available, allof which provide redundancy; some modes also allow load
balancing.
Select a country or region from the following list:
1. Antigua & Barbuda
2. Anguilla
]
Starting Switch-ctrl:
[
OK
]
Shutting down ntpd:
[
OK
]
Synchronizing with time server:
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
]
The S320 Switch can be set to use Coordinated Universal Time (UTC,
sometimes
Most S320
OK
OK
-------------------------- Configuring Time Zone -----------------------
called Greenwich Mean Time or GMT) or to a local timezone.
Switches
[
[
[
OK /FAILED ]
< this may appear as failed , if NTP server is not specified or not
reachable>
< confirm whether the NTP server is reachable/available>
Syncing hardware clock to system time
Starting ntpd:
[
OK
[
OK
]
]
You must stop and start services on the switch in order for the changes to take effect.
The stop/start service script is available by connecting to the serial interface and entering:
Target# gxc-stop
Target# gxc-start
Note: This is an example of a script. Values may be different in your network.
…
Ethernet Bonding (Type yes to Enable no to Disable) [no] :
no
48. United States…
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