Operating instructions 3COM LS-3100-8TP-PWR-EI-H3

Operating instructions 3COM LS-3100-8TP-PWR-EI-H3
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Related Documentation In addition to this manual, each H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches documentation set includes the following: Manual H3C S3100
Series Ethernet Switches Operation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Command Manual Description It is used for assisting the users in data
configurations and typical applications. It is used for assisting the users in using various commands. Organization H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches
Installation Manual is organized as follows: Chapter 1 Product Introduction Contents Introduces the characteristics and technical specifications of S3100
Series Ethernet Switches. Introduces the installation preparation and precaution of S3100 Series Ethernet Switches. Introduces the procedures to install an
S3100 Series Ethernet Switch, including the setup of the mainframe, cards and cables.
Introduces the booting process of an S3100 Series Ethernet Switch, including the power-on booting of the switch and the system initialization. Introduces how
to load Boot ROM and host software for an S3100 Series Ethernet Switch. Introduces the problems that might occur during the installation and the booting of
an S3100 Series Ethernet Switch and the related solution. 2 Installation Preparation 3 Installation 4 First Power-on 5 Boot ROM and Host Software Loading
6 Maintenance and Troubleshooting Chapter 7 Appendix Lightning Protection of the Switch Contents Introduces lightning protection of S3100 Series
Ethernet Switches. Conventions The manual uses the following conventions: I.
GUI conventions Convention <> Description Button names are inside angle brackets. For example, click <OK>. Window names, menu items, data table and
field names are inside square brackets. For example, pop up the [New User] window. Multi-level menus are separated by forward slashes.
For example, [File/Create/Folder]. [] / II. Symbols Convention Warning Caution Note Description Means reader be extremely careful. Improper operation
may cause bodily injury. Means reader be careful. Improper operation may cause data loss or damage to equipment. Means a complementary description.
Environmental Protection This product has been designed to comply with the requirements on environmental protection. For the proper storage, use and
disposal of this product, national laws and regulations must be observed. Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Table of Contents Table of
Contents Chapter 1 Product Introduction .
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...ont panel of an S3100-26T-SI Ethernet switch Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the
S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". 1-3 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction II.
Rear panel Figure 1-2 shows the rear panel of an S3100-26T-SI Ethernet switch. (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-2 Rear panel of an
S3100-26T-SI Ethernet switch III. Power system S3100-26T-SI Ethernet switches support AC input.
Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz IV. Cooling system The S3100-26T-SI
cools off naturally. 1.2.2 S3100-16T-SI I.
Front panel S3100-16T-SI Ethernet switches each provide sixteen auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, one 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port, and one
console port. Figure 1-3 shows the front panel of an S3100-16T-SI Ethernet switch. (1) Power LED (3) D/S LED (5) Port status LED, right (green) (7)
10/100/1000 Base-T port (9) LINK LED (green) (11) Mode button (2) A/L LED (4) Port status LED, left (yellow) (6) 10/100 Base-TX port (8) Console port
(10) ACT LED (yellow) Figure 1-3 Front panel of an S3100-16T-SI Ethernet switch 1-4 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1
Product Introduction Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-CEPON-EI Series".
II. Rear panel Figure 1-4 shows the rear panel of an S3100-16T-SI Ethernet switch. (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-4 Rear panel of an
S3100-16T-SI Ethernet switch III.
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Power system S3100-16T-SI Ethernet switches support AC input. Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to
264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz IV. Cooling system The S3100-16T-SI cools off naturally. 1.2.3 S3100-8T-SI I. Front panel S3100-8T-SI Ethernet switches each
provide eight auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, one 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port, and one console port.
Figure 1-5 shows the front panel of an S3100-8T-SI Ethernet switch. 1-5 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product
Introduction (1) Power LED (3) D/S LED (5) Port status LED, right (green) (7) 10/100/1000 Base-T port (9) LINK LED (green) (11) Mode button (2) A/L
LED (4) Port status LED, left (yellow) (6) 10/100 Base-TX port (8) Console port (10) ACT LED (yellow) Figure 1-5 Front panel of an S3100-8T-SI Ethernet
switch Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI
Series". II. Rear panel Figure 1-6 shows the rear panel of an S3100-8T-SI Ethernet switch. (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-6 Rear panel
of an S3100-8T-SI Ethernet switch III. Power system S3100-8T-SI Ethernet switches support AC input. Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60
Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz IV. Cooling system The S3100-8T-SI cools off naturally.
1-6 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction 1.2.4 S3100-26C-SI Both AC-powered switches and DCpowered switches are available to this model. I. Front panel S3100-26C-SI Ethernet switches each provide twenty-four auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet
ports, two expansion slots, and one console port.
S3100-26C-SI Ethernet switches have the same front panel, as shown in Figure 1-7. (1) Power LED (3) D/S LED (5) Port status LED, right (green) (7)
Expansion slot (9) Mode button (2) A/L LED (4) Port status LED, left (yellow) (6) 10/100Base- TX port (8) Console port Figure 1-7 Front panel of an
S3100-26C-SI Ethernet switch Note: With a PoE card inserted in one expansion slot, an S3100-26C-SI Ethernet switch will be a powered device (PD). In this
case, the other expansion slot becomes unavailable. For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.
1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". II. Rear panel Figure 1-8 shows the rear panel of an S3100-26C-SI ACpowered Ethernet switch. (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-8 Rear panel of an S3100-26C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switch 1-7 Installation
Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Figure 1-9 shows the rear panel of an S3100-26C-SI DC-powered Ethernet
switch. (1) DC input terminal block (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-9 Rear panel of an S3100-26C-SI DC-powered Ethernet switch III. Power system 1)
S3100-26C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63
Hz 2) S3100-26C-SI DC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC IV. Cooling system
The S3100-26C-SI cools off naturally. 1.2.5 S3100-16C-SI Both AC-powered switches and DC-powered switches are available to this model.
I. Front panel S3100-16C-SI Ethernet switches each provide sixteen auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, two expansion slots, and one console port.
S3100-16C-SI Ethernet switches have the same front panel, as shown in Figure 1-10. (1) Power LED (3) D/S LED (5) Port status LED, right (green) (7)
Expansion slot (9) Mode button (2) A/L LED (4) Port status LED, left (yellow) (6) 10/100Base- TX port (8) Console port Figure 1-10 Front panel of an
S3100-16C-SI Ethernet switch 1-8 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Note: With a PoE card inserted
in one expansion slot, an S3100-16C-SI Ethernet switch will be a powered device (PD). In this case, the other expansion slot becomes unavailable. For details
about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". II. Rear panel Figure
1-11 shows the rear panel of an S3100-16C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switch.
(1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-11 Rear panel of an S3100-16C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switch Figure 1-12 shows the rear panel of an
S3100-16C-SI DC-powered Ethernet switch. (1) DC input terminal block (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-12 Rear panel of an S3100-16C-SI DC-powered
Ethernet switch III. Power system 1) S3100-16C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage
range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz 2) S3100-16C-SI DC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC IV. Cooling system The S3100-16C-SI cools off naturally. 1-9 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1
Product Introduction 1.
2.6 S3100-8C-SI Both AC-powered switches and DC-powered switches are available to this model. I. Front panel S3100-8C-SI Ethernet switches each
provide eight auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, one expansion slot, and one console port. S3100-8C-SI Ethernet switches have the same front
panel, as shown in Figure 1-13.
(1) Power LED (3) D/S LED (5) Port status LED, right (green) (7) Expansion slot (9) Mode button (2) A/L LED (4) Port status LED, left (yellow) (6)
10/100Base- TX port (8) Console port Figure 1-13 Front panel of an S3100-8C-SI Ethernet switch Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to
section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". II. Rear panel Figure 1-14 shows the rear panel of an
S3100-8C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switch. (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-14 Rear panel of an S3100-8C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switch
1-10 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Figure 1-15 shows the rear panel of an S3100-8C-SI DCpowered Ethernet switch. (1) DC input terminal block (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-15 Rear panel of an S3100-8C-SI DC-powered Ethernet switch III.
Power system 1) S3100-8C-SI AC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264
VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz 2) S3100-8C-SI DC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC IV.
Cooling system The S3100-8C-SI cools off naturally. 1.
3 Introduction to S3100-EI Series Ethernet Switches 1.3.1 S3100-26TP-EI Both AC-powered switches and DC-powered switches are available to this model.
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I. Front panel S3100-26TP-EI Ethernet switches each provide twenty-four auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, two auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base-T
Ethernet ports, two 100/1000Base-X SFP ports, and one console port. Each SFP port and the corresponding auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port
form a Combo port. For each Combo port, either the SFP port or the corresponding 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port can be used at a time. S3100-26TP-EI
Ethernet switches have the same front panel, as shown in Figure 1-16. 1-11 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product
Introduction (1) (2) (3) (4) (8) (7) (7) (6) (5) (1) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port Speed LED (green) (2) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port (3) Combo port
Speed LED (green) (4) Auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base-T port (5) Console port (6) 100/1000Base-X SFP port (7) LINK/ACT LED (green) (8) Power LED
(PWR) Figure 1-16 Front panel of an S3100-26TP-EI Ethernet switch Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.
2 Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-TP-EI Series . II. Rear panel Figure 1-17 shows the rear panel of an S3100-26TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switch. (1) (1)
Grounding screw (2) AC input terminal block (2) Figure 1-17 Rear panel of an S3100-26TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switch Figure 1-18 shows the rear
panel of an S3100-26TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet switch. (1) (1) Grounding screw (2) DC input terminal block (2) Figure 1-18 Rear panel of an S3100-26TPEI DC-powered Ethernet switch III.
Power system 1) S3100-26TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switches: 1-12 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product
Introduction Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz 2) S3100-26TP-EI DCpowered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC IV. Cooling system The S3100-26TP-EI cools
off naturally. 1.3.2 S3100-16TP-EI Both AC-powered switches and DC-powered switches are available to this model.
I. Front panel S3100-16TP-EI Ethernet switches each provide sixteen auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, two auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base-T
Ethernet ports, two 100/1000Base-X SFP ports, and one console port. Each SFP port and the corresponding auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port
form a Combo port. For each Combo port, either the SFP port or the corresponding 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port can be used at a time. S3100-16TP-EI
Ethernet switches have the same front panel, as shown in Figure 1-19. (1) (2) (3) (4) (8) (7) (7) (6) (5) (1) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port Speed LED
(green) (2) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port (3) Combo port Speed LED (green) (4) Auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base-T port (5) Console port (6)
100/1000Base-X SFP port (7) LINK/ACT LED (green) (8) Power LED (PWR) Figure 1-19 Front panel of an S3100-16TP-EI Ethernet switch Note: For
details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.2 Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-TP-EI Series 1-13 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series
Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction II. Rear panel Figure 1-20 shows the rear panel of an S3100-16TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switch. (1) (1)
Grounding screw (2) AC input terminal block (2) Figure 1-20 Rear panel of an S3100-16TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switch Figure 1-21 shows the rear
panel of an S3100-16TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet switch.
(1) (1) Grounding screw (2) DC input terminal block (2) Figure 1-21 Rear panel of an S3100-16TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet switch III. Power system 1)
S3100-16TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to
63 Hz 2) S3100-16TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC IV. Cooling
system The S3100-16TP-EI cools off naturally. 1.3.3 S3100-8TP-EI Both AC-powered switches and DC-powered switches are available to this model. I. Front
panel S3100-8TP-EI Ethernet switches each provide eight auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, one auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports,
one 100/1000Base-X SFP ports, and one console port. The SFP port and the auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port form a Combo port. For the
Combo port, either the SFP port or the 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port can be used at a time.
1-14 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction S3100-8TP-EI Ethernet switches have the same front panel, as
shown in Figure 1-22. (1) (2) (3) (4) (8) (7) (7) (6) (5) (1) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port Speed LED (green) (2) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port (3)
Combo port Speed LED (green) (4) Auto-sensing 10/100/1000Base-T port (5) Console port (6) 100/1000Base-X SFP port (7) LINK/ACT LED (green) (8)
Power LED (PWR) Figure 1-22 Front panel of an S3100-8TP-EI Ethernet switch Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.2 Front
Panel LEDs of the S3100-TP-EI Series . II.
Rear panel Figure 1-23 shows the rear panel of an S3100-8TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switch. (1) (1) Grounding screw (2) AC input terminal block (2)
Figure 1-23 Rear panel of an S3100-8TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switch Figure 1-24 shows the rear panel of an S3100-8TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet
switch. 1-15 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction (1) (1) Grounding screw (2) DC input terminal block
(2) Figure 1-24 Rear panel of an S3100-8TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet switch III. Power system 1) S3100-8TP-EI AC-powered Ethernet switches: Rated
voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz 2) S3100-8TP-EI DC-powered Ethernet
switches: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC IV. Cooling system The S3100-8TP-EI cools off naturally.
1.3.4 S3100-26TP-PWR-EI I. Front panel S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches each provide twenty-four auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, two
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports, two 100/1000Base SFP ports, and one console port. Each SFP port and the corresponding 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet
port form a Combo port. For each Combo port, either the SFP port or the corresponding 10/100/1000Base- T Ethernet port can be used at a time. Figure
1-25 shows the front panel of an S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch. 1-16 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches (1) (2) (3) (4) Chapter
1 Product Introduction (8) (7) (6) (5) (1) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port status LED (2) LINK LED for Combo port (3) Console port (4) Power
LED (PWR) (5) A/L LED (6) D/S LED (7) Mode button (8) ACT LED for Combo port Figure 1-25 Front panel of an S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch
Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.
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4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series".
II. Rear panel (1) (2) (3) (1) AC power socket (3) Grounding screw (2) DC power socket Figure 1-26 Rear panel of an S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch
III. Power system S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches support AC input or DC input. 1) AC input Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60
Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz 2) DC input Rated voltage range: 52 VDC to 56 VDC 1-17 Installation Manual H3C S3100
Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Note: Only the recommended RPS can be used for S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches. The 48
VDC in the equipment room cannot be used directly. Otherwise, the device may be damaged. IV. Cooling system The S3100-26TP-PWR-EI has four fans for
heat dissipation. 1.3.
5 S3100-16TP-PWR-EI I. Front panel S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches each provide sixteen auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, two
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports, two 100/1000Base SFP ports, and one console port. Each SFP port and the corresponding 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet
port form a Combo port. For each Combo port, either the SFP port or the corresponding 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port can be used at a time. Figure 1-27
shows the front panel of an S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch.
(1) (2) (3) (4) (8) (7) (6) (5) (1) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port status LED (2) LINK LED for Combo port (3) Console port (4) Power LED (PWR)
(5) A/L LED (6) D/S LED (7) Mode button (8) ACT LED for Combo port Figure 1-27 Front panel of an S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch 1-18
Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Note: For details about LEDs on the front panel, refer to section
1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". II. Rear panel (1) (2) (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw
Figure 1-28 Rear panel of an S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch III.
Side panel Each S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch provides a security slot, through which you can lock the device together with an irremovable object to
prevent theft. The security slot is located at the rear end of the left side panel, as shown in Figure 1-29. (1) (1) Security slot Figure 1-29 Security slot on left
side panel of an S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch Note: If the left screw hole above the security slot is used, the security slot cannot be used. 1-19
Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction IV. Power system S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches support
AC input. Rate voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz V. Cooling system The
S3100-16TP-PWR-EI has two fans for heat dissipation. 1.3.6 S3100-8TP-PWR-EI I.
Front panel S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches each provide eight auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, one 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port,
one 100/1000Base SFP ports, and one console port. The SFP port and the 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port form a Combo port. Either the SFP port or the
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port can be used at a time. Figure 1-30 shows the front panel of an S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch. (1) (2) (3) (4) (8) (7)
(6) (5) (1) Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port status LED (2) LINK LED for Combo port (3) Console port (4) Power LED (PWR) (5) A/L LED (6) D/S
LED (7) Mode button (8) ACT LED for Combo port Figure 1-30 Front panel of an S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch Note: For details about LEDs on the
front panel, refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". 1-20 Installation Manual H3C S3100
Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction II. Rear panel (1) (2) (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-31 Rear panel of an
S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch III. Side panel Each S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switch provides a security slot, through which you can lock the device
together with an irremovable object to prevent theft.
The security slot is located at the rear end of the left side panel, as shown in Figure 1-29. Note: If the left screw hole above the security slot is used, the
security slot cannot be used. IV. Power system S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches support AC input. Rate voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60
Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 HZ to 63 Hz V.
Cooling system The S3100-8TP-PWR-EI has two fans for heat dissipation. 1.3.7 S3100-26C-EPON-EI I. Front panel The S3100-26C-EPON-EI provides 24 x
10/100Base-TX ports, one Gigabit uplink PON port, one expansion slot, and one console port.
Figure 1-32 shows the front view of the S3100-26C-EPON-EI. 1-21 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction
(1): Power Led (PWR) (3): D/S LED (5): Port status LED, right (green) (7): ONU module (9): LINK LED for the uplink PON port (11): 1000 Mbps uplink
PON port (13): MODE button (2): A/L LED (4): Port status LED, left (yellow) (6): 10/100 Base-TX port (8): Console port (10): ACT LED for the uplink PON
port (12): Expansion slot Figure 1-32 Front panel of the S3100-26C-EPON-EI Note: The S3100-26C-EPON-EI provides one expansion slot. You can order
one more ONU module (1000Base- PX20) as needed. For more information about ONU modules, refer to section 1.7 "ONU Modules". For details about the
LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". II. Rear panel (1) AC
power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-33 Rear panel of an S3100-26C-EPON-EI Ethernet switch III.
Power system S3100-26C-EPON-EI Ethernet switches support AC input. Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90
VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz IV. Cooling system The S3100-26C-EPON-EI has one fan for heat dissipation. 1-22 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series
Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction 1.3.8 S3100-16C-EPON-EI I. Front panel The S3100-16C-EPON-EI provides 16 x 10/100Base-TX
Ethernet ports, one 1000 Mbps uplink PON port, and one console port. Figure 1-34 shows the front panel of the S3100-16C-EPON-EI. (1): Power Led (PWR)
(3): D/S LED (5): Port status LED, right (green) (7): ONU module (9): LINK LED for the uplink PON port (11): 1000 Mbps uplink PON port (13): MODE
button (2): A/L LED (4): Port status LED, left (yellow) (6): 10/100 Base-TX port (8): Console port (10): ACT LED for the uplink PON port (12): Expansion
slot (disabled) Figure 1-34 Front panel of the S3100-16C-EPON-EI Note: The S3100-16C-EPON-EI supports only one ONU module (required). For details
about the LEDs on the front panel, refer to section 1.
4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series".
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II. Rear panel (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding screw Figure 1-35 Rear panel of an S3100-16C-EPON-EI Ethernet switch III. Power system S3100-16CEPON-EI Ethernet switches support AC input.
Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz 1-23 Installation Manual H3C S3100
Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction IV. Cooling system The S3100-16C-EPON-EI cools off naturally. 1.3.9 S3100-8C-EPON-EI I.
Front panel The S3100-8C-SI provides 8 x 10/100Base-TX Ethernet ports, one 1000 Mbps uplink PON port, and one console port. Figure 1-36 shows the
front panel of the S3100-8C-EPON-EI. (1): Power LED (PWR) (3): D/S LED (5): Port status LED, right (green) (7): ONU module (9): Link LED for the
uplink PON port (11): 1000 Mbps uplink PON port (2): A/L LED (4): Port status LED, left (yellow) (6): 10/100 Base-TX port (8): Console port (10): ACT
LED for the uplink PON port (12): MODE button Figure 1-36 Front panel of the S3100-8C-EPON-EI Note: For details about the LEDs on the front panel,
refer to section 1.4.1 "Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series". II. Rear panel (1) AC power socket (2) Grounding
screw Figure 1-37 Rear panel of an S3100-8C-EPON-EI Ethernet switch III. Power system S3100-8C-EPON-EI Ethernet switches support AC input. 1-24
Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input
voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz IV. Cooling system The S3100-8C-EPON-EI cool off naturally.
1.4 Introduction to Front Panel LEDs 1.4.1 Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-SI/S3100-TP-PWR-EI/S3100-C-EPON-EI Series I. Power LED Table 1-6
Description of the power LED on S3100-SI, S3100-TP-PWR-EI and S3100-C-EPON-EI series Ethernet switches LED Power LED Mark on the panel PWR
OFF The switch is powered off. Status ON Description The switch is powered on. II. Auto-sensing 10/100Base- TX Ethernet port status LED There are two
port status LEDs on both sides (yellow LED on the left and green LED on the right) of each 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port of S3100-SI, S3100-TP-PWR-EI
and S3100-C-EPON-EI series. They indicate the active, link, duplex, and speed statuses of the port. In addition, there are an A/L LED and a D/S LED on each
model of S3100-SI, S3100-TP-PWR-EI and S3100-C-EPON-EI series.
These two LEDs indicate the mode of the port status LEDs. When the A/L LED is on, the port status LEDs respectively indicate the active status and link
status of ports. When the D/S LED is on, the port status LEDs respectively indicate the duplex status and speed status of ports. Either the A/L LED or the D/S
LED is on at a specific time. For details, see Table 1-7.
1-25 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Table 1-7 Description of port status LEDs on S3100-SI,
S3100-TP-PWR-EI, and S3100-C-EPON-EI series Ethernet switches Port status mode LED Port status LED Blinking Yellow LED (left) The A/L LED is on
Green LED (right) OFF ON OFF ON The D/S LED is on Yellow LED (left) OFF Green LED (right) ON OFF Description The port is in the active state and
there is traffic on the port. The port is in the active state but there is no traffic on the port. The port is connected properly. The port is not connected or is
incorrectly connected. The port operates in the full duplex mode.
The port operates in the half duplex mode. The port rate is 100 Mbps. The port rate is 10 Mbps. You can switch the mode of the port status LEDs by pressing
the Mode button. After a switch is powered on, the A/L LED is on initially. If you press the Mode button, the D/S LED will be on. After that, if you press the
Mode button again within 45 seconds, the A/L LED will be on again. Otherwise, the A/L LED will automatically be on 45 seconds later. III. 1000 Mbps
Uplink Port Status LED Table 1-8 Description of 1000 Mbps uplink port status LED on S3100-SI, S3100-TP-PWR-EI and S3100-C-EPON-EI series Ethernet
switches LED Mark on the panel Status ON 1000 Mbps uplink port link LED LINK OFF Description The port is connected properly.
The port is not connected or is incorrectly connected. The port is in the active state and there is traffic on the port. The port is in the active state but there is
no traffic on the port. Blinking 1000 Mbps uplink port active LED ACT OFF 1-26 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1
Product Introduction 1.4.2 Front Panel LEDs of the S3100-TP-EI Series I. Power LED Table 1-9 Description of the power LED on the S3100-TP-EI series
LED Power LED Mark on the panel Power OFF The switch is powered off. Status ON Description The switch is powered on. II. Port LED Table 1-10
describes the Link/Act LED of the auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX port.
Table 1-10 Description of the Link/Act LED on the S3100-TP-EI series LED Status ON Link/Act LED (green) Blinking OFF Description The port is connected
properly. The port is in the active state and there is traffic on the port. The port is not connected or is incorrectly connected. Table 1-11 describes the Speed
LED of the 10/100Base-TX port. Table 1-11 Description of the 10/100Base-TX port Speed LED of the S3100-TP-EI series LED Auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX
port speed LED (green) Status ON OFF Description The port is operating at 100 Mbps.
The port is operating at 10 Mbps. For the description of the Link/Act LED of the Combo port, see Table 1-10. When the port is connected correctly, the Speed
LED indicates the operating speeds of the Combo port, as shown in Table 1-12. 1-27 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1
Product Introduction Table 1-12 Description of the Combo port Speed LED of the S3100-TP-EI series LED Operating port Connected to a 1000 Mbps optical
module Connected to a 100 Mbps optical module Status ON Description The port is operating at 1000 Mbps. The port is operating at 100 Mbps.
The port is operating at 1000 Mbps. The port is operating at 10/100 Mbps. 100/1000Base -X SFP port Combo port Speed LED (green) OFF ON Auto-sensing
10/100/1000Base-T port OFF 1.5 Technical Specifications 1.5.1 S3100-SI Series Ethernet Switch I. S3100-T-SI Table 1-13 Technical specifications for the
S3100-T-SI series Item Physical dimensions (H × W × D) Weight S3100-26T-SI 42 × 436 × 240 mm (1.65 × 17.2 × 9.4 in.
) 3.2 kg (7.1 lb.) 24 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 2× 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet port 1 × console port Only AC input is supported. Power
system Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz PoE (as powered device) System
power consumption (full load) Fan Not supported Not supported Not supported 16 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 1× 10/100/1000BaseT
Ethernet port 8 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 1× 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet port S3100-16T-SI 42 × 436 × 200 mm (1.
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65 × 17.2 × 7.9 in.) S3100-8T-SI 42 × 326 × 200 mm (1.65 × 12.
8 × 7.9 in.) Number of fixed ports Number of management ports 20 W None 12 W None 10 W None 1-28 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet
Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Item Operating temperature Relative humidity (noncondensing) S3100-26T-SI S3100-16T-SI S3100-8T-SI 0°C to
45°C (30°F to 113°F) 10% to 90% II. S3100-C-SI Table 1-14 Technical specifications for the S3100-C-SI series Item Physical dimensions (H × W × D)
Weight Number of fixed ports Number of expansion slots Number of management ports S3100-26C-SI 42 × 436 × 240 mm (1.65 × 17.
2 × 9.4 in.) 3.2 kg (7.1 lb.
) 24 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 2 1 × console port 10/100/1000Base- T interface module with max transmission distance of 100 m (328.1
feet) 100Base- SX (SC, 2 km (1.2 mi)) 100Base- LX (SC, 15 km (9.3 mi)) 100Base- LH40 (SC, 40 km (24.9 mi)) 1000Base- SX (SC, 0.5 km (0.3 mi)) 1000BaseLX (SC, 10 km (6.2 mi)) Supported expansion interface module type 1000Base- LH40 (LC, 40 km (24.9 mi)) 1000Base- LH70 (LC, 70 km (43.5 mi))
1000Base- STACK (not supported by S3100-8C-SI) 100Base- TX PD (powered device) interface module (only supported by S3100-16C-SI DC-powered
switch and S3100-8C-SI DC-powered switch) 1000Base- PX10 (SC, 10 km (6.
2 mi)) 1000Base- PX20 (SC, 20 km (12.4 mi)) 100Base-LX-SM1310-BIDI (SC, 15 km (9.3 mi)) 100Base-LX-SM1550-BIDI (SC, 15 km (9.3 mi)) 16 × autosensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 2 8 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 1 S3100-16C-SI 42 × 436 × 200 mm (1.65 × 17.2 × 7.9 in.) S3100-8CSI 42 × 326 × 200 mm (165 × 12.8 × 7.9 in.
) 1-29 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Item S3100-26C-SI S3100-16C-SI S3100-8C-SI Both DCpowered switch and AC-powered switch are available to each model. The AC-powered switch supports only AC input, and the DC-powered switch supports
only DC input. AC input: Power system Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz
DC input: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC PoE (as powered device) System power consumption (full load)
Fan Operating temperature Relative humidity (noncondensing) Not supported Supported by DC-powered switch 12 W None Supported by DC-powered switch
10 W None 20 W None 0°C to 45°C (30°F to 113°F) 10% to 90% Note: Only S3100-16C-SI DC-powered switch or S3100-8C-SI DC-powered switch supports
100Base- TX PD interface module. Notice that S3100-16C-SI DC-powered switch can accommodate only one PD interface module. The PoE configuration is
on the remote power source device, on the powered device (S3100-16C-SI DC-powered switch or S3100-8C-SI DC-powered switch), you only need to insert
the cable into the interface of 100Base- TX PD.
BIDI interface card must be used in couple; that is, if the local end uses 100Base-LX-SM1310-BIDI, 100Base-LX-SM1550-BIDI. An S3100-16C-SI or
S3100-26C-SI switch can accommodate only one ONU module (1000Base-PX10/20). For details about ONU modules, refer to section 1.7 "ONU Modules".
the remote end needs to use 1-30 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction 1.
5.2 S3100-EI Series Ethernet Switch I. S3100-TP-EI Table 1-15 Technical specifications for the S3100-TP-EI series Item Physical dimensions (H × W × D)
Weight S3100-26TP-EI 43.6 × 440 × 160 mm (1.7 × 17.3 × 6.3 in.) 3 kg (6.6 lb.) 24 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 2 × 1000 Mbps Combo
port 1 × console port Both DC-powered switch and AC-powered switch are available to each model.
The AC-powered switch supports only AC input, and the DC-powered switch supports only DC input. AC input: Power system Rated voltage range: 100 VAC
to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz DC input: Rated voltage range: 48 VDC to 60 VDC Input voltage range: 36 VDC to 72 VDC PoE (as powered device) System power consumption (full load) Fan Operating temperature Relative humidity (noncondensing) Not
supported Not supported Not supported 16 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX Ethernet port 2 × 1000 Mbps Combo port 8 × auto-sensing 10/100Base-TX
Ethernet port 1 × 1000 Mbps Combo port S3100-16TP-EI 43.6 × 360 × 160 mm (1.7 × 14.2 × 6.3 in.) S3100-8TP-EI 43.6 × 230 × 160 mm (1.7 × 9.1 × 6.
3 in.) Number of fixed ports Number of management ports 17W None 15W None 12W None 0°C to 45°C (30°F to 113°F) 10% to 90% 1-31 Installation
Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction II. S3100-TP-PWR-EI Table 1-16 Technical specifications for the S3100-TPPWR-EI series Item Physical dimensions (H × W × D) Weight S3100-26TP-PW R-EI 43.6 × 440 × 420 mm (1.7 × 17.
2 × 10.2 in.) < 6.5 kg (14.3 lb.
) 24 × auto-sensing 10/100Base- TX Ethernet port 2 × 1000 Mbps Combo port Number of management ports 1 × console port S3100-26TP-PWR-EI Ethernet
switches support AC input and DC input. S3100-16TP-PWR-EI/S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches support only AC input. AC input: Power system Rated
voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz DC input: Rated voltage range: 52 VDC to 56
VDC System power consumpt ion (full load) PoE power maximum Number of fans Operating temperature Relative humidity (noncondensing) AC input: 465
W DC input: 400 W S3100-16TP-PW R-EI 43.6 × 300 × 260 mm (11.8 × 8.7 × 1.7 in.) < 3.5 kg (7.7 lb.
) 16 × auto-sensing 10/100Base- TX Ethernet port 2 × 1000 Mbps Combo port S3100-8TP-PW R-EI 43.6 × 300 × 220 mm (1.7 × 9.1 × 7.9 in.) < 3.0 kg (6.6
lb.) 8 × auto-sensing 10/100Base- TX Ethernet port 1 × 1000 Mbps Combo port Number of fixed ports 160 W 95 W All ports serve as PoE ports 15.4 W × 24
4 15.
4 W × 8 2 15.4 W × 4 2 0°C to 45°C (30°F to 113°F) 10% to 90% 1-32 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product
Introduction Note: S3100-26TP-PWR-EI, S3100-16TP-PWR-EI, and S3100-8TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches provide an over-temperature protection
mechanism. When the internal temperature exceeds 65°C (149°F), they will stop providing power from all ports. When the temperature is below 60°C
(140°F), they will continue to provide power from all ports. III.
S3100-C-EPON-EI Table 1-17 Technical specifications for the S3100-C-EPON-EI series Item Physical dimensions (H × W × D) Weight S3100-26C-EPONEI
42 × 436 × 240 mm (1.
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65 × 17.17 × 9.45 in.) 3.
2 kg (7.05 lb.) 24 × 10/100Base-TX ports 1 × 1000 Mbps PON port 1 ONU module (1000Base-PX20) 1 console port AC input: Power system PoE (as
powered device) System power consumption (full load) Number of fans Operating temperature Rated voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 Hz/60 Hz Input
voltage range: 90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 Hz to 63 Hz Not supported Not supported Not supported S3100-16C-EPONEI 42 × 436 × 200 mm (1.65 × 17.17 ×
7.87 in.) 3.2 kg (7.05 lb.) 16 × 10/100Base-TX ports 1 × 1000 Mbps PON port Disabled -- S3100-8C-EPON-E I 42 × 326 × 200 mm (1.
65 × 12.83 × 7.87 in.) 3.2 kg (7.05 lb.) 8 × 10/100Base-TX ports 1 × 1000 Mbps PON port -- -- Number of fixed ports Number of expansion slots Optional
module Number of management ports 20 W 1 13 W None 11 W None 0°C to 45°C (30°F to 113°F) 1-33 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet
Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Item Relative humidity (non-condensin g) S3100-26C-EPONEI S3100-16C-EPONEI S3100-8C-EPON-E I 10% to
90% 1.6 SFP Modules Supported by S3100-EI Ethernet Switches The front panel of S3100-TP-EI and S3100-TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches provides one or
two 1000 Mbps SFP ports in which you can select the required small form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules to insert. For the models of SFP modules, see
Table 1-18. Table 1-18 SFP modules supported by S3100-TP-EI and S3100-TP-PWR-EI Ethernet switches Type 100 Mbps SFP module 1000 Mbps SFP
module SFP module SFP stack module 100 Mbps bidirectional (BIDI) module 1000 Mbps BIDI module Model SFP-FE-SX-MM1310-A SFP-FE-LXSM1310-A SFP-GE-SX-MM850-A SFP-GE-LX-SM1310-A SFP-STACK-Kit SFP-FE-LX-SM1310-BIDI SFP-FE-LX-SM1550-BIDI SFP-GE-LX-SM1310-BIDI
SFP-GE-LX-SM1490-BIDI Note: The types of SFP modules may vary over time.
Consult H3C marketing personnel or technical support personnel to obtain the latest information about SFP modules. For specifications of SFP modules,
refer to H3C Low End Series Ethernet Switches Pluggable Module Manual. 1.7 ONU Modules When equipped with one or two ONU modules, the S3100-C-SI
and S3100-C-EPON-EI series can serve as ONU devices. Table 1-19 shows the ONU module support of the S3100 series.
1-34 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Table 1-19 ONU module support of the S3100 series Switch
model S3100-8C-SI S3100-16C-SI S3100-26C-SI S3100-8C-EPON-EI S3100-16C-EPON-EI S3100-26C-EPON-EI Number of ONU modules 1 1 1 1 1 2
Required or optional Optional Optional Optional Required Required 1 required 1 optional 1000Base-PX20 (LS6M2PU1SB) ONU module model 1000BasePX10 (LS6M1PU1SA) 1000Base-PX20 (LS6M1PU1SB) All models of ONU modules look alike. Figure 1-38 and Figure 1-39 depict the LS6M2PU1SB.
Figure 1-38 Appearance of the LS6M2PU1SB (1): Fastening screws (3): ACT LED of the PON port (2): 1000 Mbps PON port (4): LINK LED for the PON
port Figure 1-39 Front panel of the LS6M2PU1SB The ONU module provides one 1000 Mbps uplink PON port. Table 1-20 lists the technical specifications
for the PON port. 1-35 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 1 Product Introduction Table 1-20 Technical specifications for the
ONU port Item Connector type Number of interfaces Interface speed Medium Maximum transmission distance SC 1 1000 Mbps 9/125 µm single-mode fiber
1000Base- PX10: 10 km (6.
21 miles) 1000Base- PX20: 20 km (12.43 miles) Specifications For how to install and remove an ONU module, refer to section 3.2 Installing an Expansion
Interface Module. Table 1-21 describes the LED indications. Table 1-21 Description of ONU module LEDs LED ON LINK OFF Blinking ACT OFF The port
is in active state but there is no traffic on it. Status Meaning The port is connected properly. The port has no connectivity or is incorrectly connected. The port
is in active state and there is traffic on it. 1-36 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 2 Installation Preparation Chapter 2
Installation Preparation 2.1 Precautions To avoid any device impairment and body injury resulting from improper use, please take the following precautions:
Before cleaning the switch, disconnect the power.
Do not clean the switch with wet cloth or liquid. Keep the switch away from water or dampness. Prevent water or moisture from entering the switch chassis.
Do not place the switch on an unstable case or desk, because the switch might be damaged severely in case of a fall. @@The switch can operate normally
only under correct voltage input. @@@@@@@@@@@@The cabinet or the desk is well grounded. @@@@@@High temperature may cause even greater
damage to the switch. @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@Adopt electromagnetic shielding measure if necessary. For example, you can adopt
shielded interface cable. Wire interface cables indoors.
@@You will have to prepare them beforehand. 2-4 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Chapter 3 Installation
Caution: On a mounting screw of the chassis of the H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches, there is a seal labeled with H3C. You must keep it intact before
asking the agent to maintain the switch. You must get the permission of the local agent before you can open the chassis. Otherwise, you will be responsible for
irreversible damages caused by your operations.
3.1 Installing a Switch 3.1.1 Cabinet Mounting You can install a switch into a 19-inch standard cabinet in one of the following four ways: Use front mounting
ears Use front mounting ears and a tray Use front mounting ears and rear mounting ears Use front mounting ears and guide rails The installation methods of
a switch depend on the depth and width of the switch. For the specific installation methods, see Table 3-1 and Table 3-2.
Table 3-1 Installation methods for a switch with a width of 440 mm or 436 mm (17.3 in. or 17.2 in.) Method Depth 300 mm (11.8 in.) 360 mm (14.2 in.) 420
mm (16.5 in.
) -- -- Use front mounting ears Use front and rear mounting ears -- Use front mounting ears and a tray Use front mounting ears and guide rails 3-1
Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Table 3-2 Installation method for a switch with a width less than 436 mm
(17.2 in.) Method Depth 300 mm (11.8 in.) 360 mm (14.2 in.) 420 mm (16.5 in.) -- -- Use front mounting ears Use front and rear mounting ears -- -- -- Use
front mounting ears and a tray Use front mounting ears and guide rails -- -- -- Note: When the depth of a switch is greater than 300 mm (11.8 in.
), the front mounting ears only secure the switch rather than bear its weight. Guide rails purchased from H3C apply only to standard cabinets 1,000 mm (39.4
in.) deep. Use other supports to substitute for guide rails in the case of other cabinet depths.
I. Introduction to mounting ear Figure 3-1 shows the appearance of a front mounting ear.
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(1) (2) L1 L2 (1) Screw hole used to fix the mounting ear to the cabinet (Use one M6 screw) (2) Screw hole used to fix the switch to the mounting ear Figure
3-1 Appearance of a standard front mounting ear Figure 3-2 shows the appearance of a rear mounting ear. 3-2 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series
Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation (1) Screw hole used to fix the mounting ear to the cabinet (Use one M6 screw) Figure 3-2 Appearance of a rear
mounting ear When you install S3100 Series Ethernet Switches into 19-inch standard cabinets, you should select front mounting ears with a proper length (L1
as shown in Figure 3-1) according to the physical dimensions of switches. For the selection of front and rear mounting ears, see Table 3-3.
Table 3-3 Selection of mounting ear for S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Model S3100-26T-SI S3100-26C-SI S3100-26C-EPON-EI S3100-16T-SI S3100-16CSI S3100-16C-EPON-EI S3100-8T-SI S3100-8C-SI S3100-8C-EPON-EI S3100-2 6TP-EI S3100-TP -EI S3100-1 6TP-EI S3100-8 TP-EI Physical dimensions
(H × W × D) 42 × 436 × 240 mm (1.65 × 17.2 × 9.4 in.) Configuration type of front mounting ear Configuration type of rear mounting ear Standard 42 ×
436 × 200 mm (1.65 × 17.2 × 7.9 in.) Standard -- 42 × 326 × 200 mm (1.65 × 12.
8 × 7.9 in.) 43.6 × 440 × 160 mm (1.7 × 17.3 × 6.3 in.) 43.6 × 360 × 160 mm (1.7 × 14.
2 × 6.3 in.) 43.6 × 230 × 160 mm (1.7 × 9.
1 × 6.3 in.) Optional Standard Optional Optional -- 3-3 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Model S3100-2 6TPPW R-EI S3100-TP -PWR-EI S3100-1 6TP-PW R-EI S3100-8 TP-PWREI Physical dimensions (H × W × D) 43.6 × 440 × 420 mm (1.7 × 17.
3 × 16.5 in.) 43.6 × 300 × 260 mm (1.7 × 11.8 × 10.2 in.) 43.6 × 300 × 220 mm (1.7 × 11.
8 × 8.7 in.) Configuration type of front mounting ear Standard Configuration type of rear mounting ear Standard Optional -- Optional -- II. Use front
mounting ears to install a switch Follow these steps to mount a switch into a 19-inch standard cabinet: 1) 2) Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap to check the
grounding and stability of the cabinet. Take out the screws which are packed together with the front mounting ears, and fix one end of mounting ears to the
switch, as shown in Figure 3-3. Front panel Figure 3-3 Fix front mounting ears (1) 3) Place the switch horizontally in a proper position, and fix the other end
of mounting ears to the front brackets with screws and captive nuts, as shown in Figure 3-4. 3-4 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches
Chapter 3 Installation Front square-holed bracket Front mounting ear Front panel Front mounting ear Figure 3-4 Fix front mounting ears (2) III. Use front
mounting ears and a tray Follow these steps to install a switch into a 19-inch standard cabinet: 1) 2) 3) 4) Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap to check the
grounding and stability of the cabinet. Fix the delivered tray horizontally in a proper position. Take out the screws which are packed together with the front
mounting ears, and fix one end of the front mounting ears to the switch, as shown in Figure 3-3.
Place the switch on the tray horizontally, slide the tray into the cabinet, and fix the other end of mounting ears to the front brackets with crews and captive
nuts, as shown in Figure 3-4. IV. Use front and rear mounting ears Follow these steps to install a switch into a 19-inch standard cabinet: 1) 2) 3) Wear an
ESD-preventive wrist strap to check the grounding and stability of the cabinet. Take out the screws which are packed together with the front mounting ears,
and fix one end of the front mounting ears to the switch, as shown in Figure 3-3. Take out the load-bearing screws (packed together with the rear mounting
ears) and place them in a proper position on the sides of the switch, as shown in Figure 3-5.
3-5 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Three installation locations for screw 1 (select one according to the
actual requirement) Screw 1 Screw 1 Front panel Front mounting ear Front mounting ear Screw 1: Load-bearing screw Figure 3-5 Fix front mounting ears
and load-bearing screws Note: There are three positions to mount a load-bearing screw on both sides of a switch. You should select a proper position
according to the actual requirements. The rear mounting ears tightly contacted with the load-bearing screws can support the switch. 4) Select a position to
install the switch and fix the rear mounting ears to the rear brackets with screws and captive nuts, as shown in Figure 3-6. Rear square-holed rack Figure 3-6
Fix rear mounting ears 3-6 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation 5) Hold the bottom of the switch with one hand
and the front part of the switch with the other hand, and push the switch into the cabinet gently, as shown in Figure 3-7.
Rear mounting ear Front square -holed bracket Screw 2 Rear square-holed bracket Screw 1 Front mounting ear Rear panel Screw 1: Used to bear the weight
Screw 2: Used to fix rear mounting ears to rear brackets Figure 3-7 Fix front and rear mounting ears After the switch is pushed into the cabinet, ensure that
the upper edge of rear mounting ears is tightly contacted with the load-bearing screw, as shown in Figure 3-8. Rear panel Rear squareholed bracket Screw 1
Rear mounting ear Screw 1: Load-bearing screw Figure 3-8 Effect diagram of front and rear mounting ear installation (1) 3-7 Installation Manual H3C
S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation 6) Fix the other end of the front mounting ears to the front brackets with screws and captive nuts and
ensure that front and rear mounting ears have fixed the switch in the cabinet securely, as shown in Figure 3-9. Screw 1 Rear mounting ear Front panel Front
mounting ear Front square-holed bracket Screw 1: Load-bearing screw Figure 3-9 Effect diagram of front and rear mounting ear installation (2) V. Use front
mounting ears and guide rails Introduction to guide rail Figure 3-10 shows the appearance of a guide rail. Slotted hole 1 Cooling hole Slotted hole 2 Slotted
hole 1: Used to fix the guide rail to the rear bracket. You can adjust the screw hole position according to the position of the switch. Cooling hole: Used for
heat dissipation between switch and cabinet Slotted hole 2: Used to fix the guide rail to the front bracket Figure 3-10 Appearance of a guide rail 3-8
Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Note: Guide rails purchased from H3C apply only to standard cabinets 1,000
mm (39.
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4 in.) deep. Use other supports to substitute for guide rails in the case of other cabinet depths.
Installation procedure Follow these steps to install a switch into a 19-inch standard cabinet: 2) 3) 4) Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap to check the
grounding and stability of the cabinet. Take out the screws packed together with the front mounting ears and fix one end of the front mounting ears to the
switch, as shown in Figure 3-3. Install guide rails on the brackets on both sides of the cabinet with M5 self-tapping screws. Figure 3-11 is for reference only.
Figure 3-11 Install guide rails 5) Hold the two sides of the switch and slide it gently along the guide rails into the cabinet until it is located in a proper
position, as shown in Figure 3-12. Ensure that the bottom side of the guide rails and the switch are in close contact. 3-9 Installation Manual H3C S3100
Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Front panel Figure 3-12 Install front mounting ears and guide rails 6) Fix the other end of front mounting
ears to the front brackets of the cabinet with M6 screws and captive nuts and ensure that the front mounting ears and guide rails have fixed the switch in the
cabinet securely, as shown in Figure 3-13. Rear panel Guide rail Figure 3-13 Effect diagram of front mounting ear and guide rail installation 3-10
Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Note: No guide rails are delivered with the device. Ensure a clearance of 1U
(44.45 mm, namely, 1.
75 inches) between devices for the purpose of heat dissipation. 3.1.2 Desk Mounting When a 19-inch standard cabinet is not available, you can simply place
the switch on a clean desk. When doing so, you should ensure that: The desk is stable and well grounded.
A clearance about 10 cm (3.9 in.) is reserved around the switch for heat dissipation. No heavy object is placed on the switch. S3100-SI and S3100-TP-EI
Series Ethernet Switches are designed with no fan.
Therefore, you should install them in a drafty environment, and keep at least a vertical distance of 1.5 cm (0.6 in.) between devices if you need to stack
switches one upon another. 3.1.3 Wall Mounting You can mount some models of S3100 Series Ethernet Switches on concrete walls or wood walls. Table 3-4
lists the models that support wall mounting. Table 3-4 Models supporting wall mounting Subseries S3100-SI Ethernet switches S3100-EI Ethernet switches
Models supporting wall mounting S3100-8T-SI 169 mm (6.65 in.
) S3100-8C-SI S3100-8TP-PWR-EI 170 mm (6.69 in.) S3100-16TP-PWR-EI Hole distance (mm) I. Introduction to screw and anchor kit Figure 3-14 and
Figure 3-15 show the recommended sizes (in mm) of screws and anchor kits used for mounting: 3-11 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet
Switches Chapter 3 Installation Figure 3-14 Screw (1) (1) Outside edge of anchor kit Figure 3-15 Anchor kit II. Installation procedure The wall-mounting
procedure is as follows: 1) As shown in Figure 3-16, drill two holes 5 mm across in the wall on the same horizontal line, with a distance of X mm. Note: The
distance X between holes varies with devices. For specific distances, see Table 3-4. Drill two holes according to the sizes of anchor kits and screws so that
anchor kits could go into the holes, only the edges could remain outside the wall, and the screws could be fixed on the wall tightly. 2) 3) Insert anchor kits into
the holes and keep only the edges outside the wall. Drive screws into the anchor kits, keeping the inside of screw head at least 1.
5 mm (0.06 in.) away from the edge of the anchor kit so that the switch could hang on the screws securely. 3-12 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series
Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation X mm 1.5 mm(Min) Figure 3-16 Wall mounting 4) Align the two installation holes at the bottom of the switch with
these two screws to hang the switch.
Caution: When mounting the switch, keep the Ethernet ports of the switch facing downwards and the two sides with ventilation holes vertical to the ground.
3.1.4 Magnet Mounting The following two models support magnet mounting: S3100-8TP-PWR-EI S3100-16TP-PWR-EI I. Introduction to magnetic mounting
accessories A set of magnetic mounting accessories consists of one permanent magnets and one M3*6 countersunk head screws, as shown in Figure 3-17.
Four sets of magnetic mounting accessories are needed for each S3100 switch. 3-13 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3
Installation (1) (2) (1) Permanent magnet (2) M3*6 countersunk head screw Figure 3-17 Magnet and countersunk head screw II. Installation procedure
Follow these steps to complete magnet mounting: 1) As shown in Figure 3-18, use a Phillips screwdriver to pass the countersunk head screw through the
round hole at the center of the permanent magnet, fasten it to a blind nut in the dent of the switch bottom, and ensure that the permanent magnet and the
switch are fastened reliably. Note: Remove the cushion, if any, from the dent before installation. To ensure the firmness of installation, be sure to use four
permanent magnets to secure each S3100 switch. 2) Attach the magnet-mounted device to the specified location. Take care not to get your fingers stuck
between because the magnetism is very huge. (1) (3) (2) (1) Blind nut in the dent of the switch bottom (3) M3*6 countersunk head screw (2) Permanent
magnet Figure 3-18 Magnet mounting 3-14 Installation Manual H3C S3100 Series Ethernet Switches Chapter 3 Installation Caution: Apply magnet mounting
to only the above two models. Otherwise, a falloff or mis-operation may occur. Select the installation location carefully.
In the case of poor surface, magnet mounting may not be reliable. Put the device at a stable place free from vibrations or shocks. Otherwise, personal injuries
or equipment damage may occur. Avoid installing the device at a high place because personal injuries or equipment damage may occur in case of a falloff.
Avoid frequently moving the desk-mounted device because such movements may damage the surface coating. Keep the front panel of the device facing
downwards and the two sides with ventilation holes vertical to the ground, if you want to install the device vertically. Pay attention that the weight of external
cables should not bring about a falloff, which may result in personal injuries or equipment damage. Keep floppy disks and magnetic cards away from magnets
to avoid erasure of any information. Keep computers and monitors that are easily influenced by magnetic fields away from magnets. Otherwise, faults may
occur to these electronic devices.
3.2 Installing an Expansion Interface Module I. Installation procedure Step 1: Put on an ESD-preventive wrist strap and make sure that the ESD-preventive
wrist strap is properly grounded. Then take the expansion interface module out of the package. Step 2: Unscrew the mounting screws on the filler panel
installed on the expansion module slot of the switch, and then remove the filler panel.
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