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SCALANCE X-200RNA
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Introduction
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Safety notices
SIMATIC NET
Industrial Ethernet switches
SCALANCE X-200RNA
Network topologies and
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redundancy
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Descriptions of the products
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Installation
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Connecting up
Operating Instructions
Functional description and
configuration using Web
based Management
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Approvals and marking
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Technical specifications
Accessories and compatible
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devices
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Dimension drawings
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Table of contents
1
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 7
2
Safety notices ....................................................................................................................................... 13
3
Network topologies and redundancy...................................................................................................... 17
4
3.1
PRP ..............................................................................................................................................17
3.2
HSR ..............................................................................................................................................19
Descriptions of the products .................................................................................................................. 23
4.1
Overview of the product characteristics .......................................................................................23
4.2
Unpacking and checking ..............................................................................................................25
4.3
Components of the product..........................................................................................................26
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.1.1
4.4.1.2
4.4.2
SCALANCE X204RNA .................................................................................................................27
Product characteristics .................................................................................................................27
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP) product characteristics.................................................................27
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR) product characteristics ................................................................28
SCALANCE X204RNA TP interfaces ..........................................................................................29
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.1.1
4.5.1.2
4.5.1.3
4.5.2
4.5.3
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC ........................................................................................................31
Product characteristics .................................................................................................................31
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP) product characteristics ........................................................31
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) product characteristics ...............................................32
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR) product characteristics ........................................................33
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC TP interfaces ..................................................................................34
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC SFP interface .................................................................................36
4.6
C-PLUG ........................................................................................................................................37
4.7
SELECT/SET button ....................................................................................................................39
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.1.1
4.8.1.2
4.8.1.3
4.8.1.4
4.8.1.5
4.8.2
4.8.2.1
4.8.2.2
4.8.2.3
4.8.2.4
4.8.2.5
LEDs ............................................................................................................................................41
SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP).....................................................................................................41
Fault LED .....................................................................................................................................41
Power LED ...................................................................................................................................41
Port LED .......................................................................................................................................42
LED displays during startup .........................................................................................................42
Mode LED (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)) ................................................................ 43
SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR) ....................................................................................................43
Fault LED .....................................................................................................................................43
Power LED ...................................................................................................................................44
Port LED .......................................................................................................................................44
LED displays during startup .........................................................................................................45
Mode LED (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)) ................................................................45
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6
7
Installation ............................................................................................................................................ 47
5.1
Types of installation .................................................................................................................... 47
5.2
Mounting on DIN rails .................................................................................................................. 49
5.3
Wall mounting ............................................................................................................................. 52
Connecting up....................................................................................................................................... 55
6.1
Power supply ............................................................................................................................... 55
6.2
Signaling contact ......................................................................................................................... 58
6.3
SFP transceiver ........................................................................................................................... 59
6.4
Grounding.................................................................................................................................... 60
Functional description and configuration using Web based Management .............................................. 61
7.1
Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 61
7.2
Prerequisite ................................................................................................................................. 62
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
Assignment of an IP address ...................................................................................................... 64
Introduction.................................................................................................................................. 64
Initial assignment of an IP address ............................................................................................. 66
7.4
Initializing the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) ............................................................. 67
7.5
LED simulation of the WBM ........................................................................................................ 69
7.6
Working with the WBM ................................................................................................................ 71
7.7
7.7.1
7.7.2
7.7.3
7.7.4
7.7.5
7.7.6
7.7.7
7.7.8
7.7.9
The "System" menu .................................................................................................................... 72
System Configuration .................................................................................................................. 72
System Identification & Maintenance .......................................................................................... 73
System Restart & Defaults .......................................................................................................... 74
System Save & Load ................................................................................................................... 75
System Version Numbers ........................................................................................................... 78
System Passwords ...................................................................................................................... 79
System SELECT/SET button ...................................................................................................... 80
System Event Log Table menu ................................................................................................... 81
"C-PLUG Information" menu ....................................................................................................... 82
7.8
7.8.1
7.8.2
7.8.3
7.8.4
The "X200" menu ........................................................................................................................ 84
X200 Status ................................................................................................................................. 84
PRP configuration ....................................................................................................................... 86
HSR Coupling Configuration ....................................................................................................... 87
Fault Mask ................................................................................................................................... 88
7.9
7.9.1
7.9.2
7.9.3
7.9.4
7.9.5
7.9.6
7.9.7
7.9.8
7.9.9
The "Agent" menu ....................................................................................................................... 92
Agent Configuration .................................................................................................................... 92
Agent Ping ................................................................................................................................... 94
Agent SNMP Configuration ......................................................................................................... 95
SNMP Trap Configuration ........................................................................................................... 97
SNMP v3 Groups ........................................................................................................................ 98
SNMP v3 User .......................................................................................................................... 100
Agent Timeout Configuration .................................................................................................... 102
Agent Event Configuration ........................................................................................................ 103
Agent E-Mail Configuration ....................................................................................................... 105
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7.9.10
7.9.11
7.9.12
Agent Syslog Configuration .......................................................................................................106
Agent DHCP Configuration ........................................................................................................107
Agent Time Configuration ..........................................................................................................108
7.10
7.10.1
7.10.2
7.10.3
7.10.4
7.10.5
7.10.6
7.10.7
7.10.8
7.10.9
7.10.10
The "Switch" menu .....................................................................................................................110
Introduction ................................................................................................................................110
Switch Config .............................................................................................................................111
Port status ..................................................................................................................................112
Switch Forwarding Database .....................................................................................................114
the Statistics menu .....................................................................................................................115
Packet Size Statistic ..................................................................................................................115
Packet Type Statistic .................................................................................................................118
Packet Error Statistic .................................................................................................................120
PRP Statistic ..............................................................................................................................122
Redundancy Statistic .................................................................................................................123
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Approvals and marking ....................................................................................................................... 125
9
Technical specifications ...................................................................................................................... 131
10
Accessories and compatible devices ................................................................................................... 135
11
10.1
Accessories ................................................................................................................................135
10.2
PRP-compatible devices ............................................................................................................137
Dimension drawings ............................................................................................................................ 141
Index................................................................................................................................................... 145
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Introduction
Overview of SCALANCE X-200RNA
The SCALANCE X-200RNA product family is part of the SCALANCE X product family.
Below, you will find a brief overview of this product family.
The SCALANCE X family comprises various product lines that complement each other and
that are carefully tuned to specific automation tasks.
What is possible?
The IE switches of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line allow the cost-effective setup of
IE structures with PRP or HSR functionality. You can also implement the transition between
a PRP and an HSR network with the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
Purpose of the Operating Instructions
These Operating Instructions support you when commissioning networks with the IE
switches of the SCALANCE X200RNA product line.
Validity of the Operating Instructions
These Operating Instructions are valid for the following IE switches of the SCALANCE X200RNA product line:
IE switch
MLFB
SCALANCE X204RNA
6GK5204-0BA00-2KB2 (PRP)
6GK5204-0BA00-2MB2 (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
6GK5204-0BS00-3LA3 (PRP)
6GK5204-0BS00-2NA3 (HSR)
6GK5204-0BS00-3PA3 (PRP/HSR)
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Product names of the devices in these operating instructions
The descriptions in these operating instructions always apply to the devices of the
SCALANCE X-200RNA product line listed under "Validity of the Operating Instructions" in
this document unless the description relates to a specific device of the product line.
Product name
Covers the following devices:
SCALANCE X-200RNA
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) in "PRP" mode
SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) in "HSR" mode
SCALANCE X204RNA
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP)
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
Note
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
This device can be configured either as a PRP device or as an HSR device.
If you configure the device as a PRP device, it behaves in exactly the same way as the
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP).
If you configure the device as an HSR device, it behaves in exactly the same way as the
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR).
Further documentation
The "SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks" manual and
the "Industrial Ethernet Network Manual" contain additional information on other SIMATIC
NET products that you can operate along with the devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA
product line in an Industrial Ethernet network. You will find further documentation on the
Siemens Automation Customer Support pages.
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Overview of the IE switches SCALANCE X-200RNA
The IE switches SCALANCE X-200RNA are available in different versions. These are listed
in the table below for a better overview:
IE switch
MLFB
Supported modes
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP)
6GK5204-0BA00-2KB2
PRP ↔ Standard Ethernet
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR)
6GK5204-0BA00-2MB2
HSR ↔ standard Ethernet;
HSR ↔ PRP link
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP)
6GK5204-0BS00-3LA3
PRP ↔ Standard Ethernet
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR)
6GK5204-0BS00-2NA3
HSR ↔ standard Ethernet;
HSR ↔ PRP link
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
6GK5204-0BS00-3PA3
PRP ↔ standard Ethernet
PRP ↔ HSR link
HSR ↔ standard Ethernet;
HSR ↔ PRP link
Finding information
To help you to find the information you require more quickly, the manual includes not only
the table of contents but also the following sections in the Appendix:
● Index
Audience
These Operating Instructions are intended for persons commissioning Ethernet networks
with the "Parallel Redundancy Protocol" (PRP) and/or "High-availability Seamless
Redundancy Protocol (HSR)".
Standards and approvals
The devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line meet the requirements for the CE
mark. For more detailed information, refer to the section "Approvals and marking
(Page 125)" in these Operating Instructions.
Note
The specified approvals apply only when the corresponding mark is printed on the product.
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Service & Support
In addition to the product documentation, the comprehensive online information platform of
Siemens Automation Customer Support supports at any time and at any location in the
world. You will find the Service & Support pages on the Internet at the following address:
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo2&aktprim=99&lang=
en)
Apart from news, you will also find the following information there:
● Product information, Product Support, Applications & Tools
● Technical Forum
● Technical Support - Ask the Siemens experts
● Our service offer:
– Technical Consulting, Engineering support
– Field Service
– Spare parts and repairs
– Maintenance, optimization, modernization and more
You will find contact data on the Internet at the following address:
(http://www.automation.siemens.com/partner/guiwelcome.asp?lang=en)
See also
(https://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo&lang=en&objid=38
718979&caller=view)
SITRAIN - Siemens training for automation and industrial solutions
With over 300 different courses, SITRAIN covers the entire Siemens product and system
spectrum in the field of automation and drive technology. Apart from the classic range of
courses, we also offer training tailored for individual needs and a combination of different
teaching media and sequences, for example self-learning programs on CD-ROM or on the
Internet.
You will find detailed information on the training curriculum and how to contact our customer
consultants at the following Internet address:
(www.siemens.com/sitrain)
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Security messages
Note
Siemens offers IT security mechanisms for its automation and drive product portfolio in order
to support the safe operation of the plant/machine. Our products are also continuously
developed further with regard to IT security. We therefore recommend that you regularly
check for updates of our products and that you only use the latest versions. You will find
information in:
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/llisapi.dll?func=cslib.csinfo2&aktprim=99&lang=
en)
Here, you can register for a product-specific newsletter.
For the safe operation of a plant/machine, however, it is also necessary to integrate the
automation components into an overall IT security concept for the entire plant/machine,
which corresponds to the state-of-the-art IT technology. You will find information on this in:
(http://www.siemens.com/industrialsecurity)
Products from other manufacturers that are being used must also be taken into account.
SIMATIC NET glossary
Explanations of many of the specialist terms used in this documentation can be found in the
SIMATIC NET glossary.
You will find the SIMATIC NET glossary here:
● SIMATIC NET Manual Collection or product DVD
The DVD ships with certain SIMATIC NET products.
● On the Internet under the following entry ID:
50305045 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/50305045)
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Safety notices on the use of the device
The following safety notices must be adhered to when setting up and operating the device
and during all associated work such as installation, connecting up, replacing devices or
opening the device.
General notices
WARNING
Safety extra low voltage
The SCALANCE X204RNA is designed for operation with Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV)
by a Limited Power Source (LPS). (This does not apply to the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC.)
This means that only SELV / LPS complying with IEC 60950 1 / EN 60950 1 / VDE 0805 1
must be connected to the power supply terminals. The power supply unit for the equipment
power supply must comply with NEC Class 2, as described by the National Electrical Code
(r) (ANSI / NFPA 70).
If the equipment is connected to a redundant power supply (two separate power supplies),
both must meet these requirements.
WARNING
Maximum current
The maximum current via the terminals is 10 A. You should therefore include a fuse that
trips at a current higher than 10 A. The fuse must meet the following requirements:
• Suitable for 300 VDC / 250 VAC / max. 10 A
• Breaking current at least 10 kA
• UL/CSA listed (UL 248-1 / CSA 22.2 No. 248.1)
As an alternative, the following requirements:
• Breaking current at least 10 kA
• Approved in compliance with IEC 60127-1 / EN 60127-1
• Breaking characteristics: B or C for a circuit breaker or slow-blow fuse
WARNING
Opening the device
WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD
DO NOT OPEN WHEN ENERGIZED.
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General notices on use in hazardous areas
WARNING
Risk of explosion when connecting or disconnecting the device
WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD
DO NOT CONNECT OR DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT WHEN A FLAMMABLE OR
COMBUSTIBLE ATMOSPHERE IS PRESENT.
WARNING
Replacing components
WARNING – EXPLOSION HAZARD
SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIR SUITABILITY FOR CLASS I, DIVISION
2 OR ZONE 2.
WARNING
Requirements for the cabinet/enclosure
When used in hazardous environments corresponding to Class I, Division 2 or Class I,
Zone 2, the device must be installed in a cabinet or a suitable enclosure.
General notices on use in hazardous areas according to ATEX (SCALANCE X204RNA only)
WARNING
Requirements for the cabinet/enclosure
To comply with EC Directive 94/9 (ATEX95), this enclosure must meet the requirements of
at least IP54 in compliance with EN 60529.
WARNING
Suitable cables for temperatures in excess of 70 °C
If the cable or conduit entry point exceeds 70°C or the branching point of conductors
exceeds 80°C, special precautions must be taken. If the equipment is operated in an air
ambient in excess of 50 °C to 70 °C, only use cables with admitted maximum operating
temperature of at least 80 °C.
WARNING
Protection against transient voltage surges
Take measures to prevent transient voltage surges of more than 40% of the rated voltage.
This is the case if you only operate devices with SELV (safety extra-low voltage).
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Safety requirements 100 .. 240 VAC (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC only)
Safety requirements for installation
According to the IEC 61131-2 standard and therefore in accordance with the EU directive
2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive), the devices are "open equipment" and in accordance
with UL/CSA certification, they are an "open type".
To fulfill requirements for safe operation with regard to mechanical stability, flame
retardation, stability, and shock-hazard protection, the following alternative types of
installation are specified:
● Installation in a suitable cabinet.
● Installation in a suitable enclosure.
● Installation in a suitably equipped, enclosed control room.
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Network topologies and redundancy
3.1
3
PRP
Parallel Redundancy Protocol
The "Parallel Redundancy Protocol" is a redundancy protocol for Ethernet networks. It is
defined in Part 3 of the IEC 62439 standard. The devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA
product line support the PRP method. The areas of application of PRP are distributed realtime applications with high reliability demands that depend on the high availability of the
network. Compared with classic fault-tolerant networks, PRP provides bumpless
redundancy. This redundancy procedure allows data communication to be maintained
without interruption if there are interruptions in the network. Other redundancy methods have
a reconfiguration time of the network of, for example 200 ms (MRP, 50 nodes in the ring) or
300 ms (High Speed Redundancy, 50 nodes in the ring) and cannot therefore be used for
substation applications or other applications that require high network availability.
The PRP method has the advantage that it uses parallel, separate networks made up of
standard network components. The end devices that use this method are connected to the
two networks via a preceding device or via two integrated device interfaces. This means that
the frame of the end device can be transferred at the same time via both networks. If a
transmission path is interrupted, the frame arrives at its destination via the second path.
The devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line are used to connect end devices
without integrated PRP interfaces to parallel networks.
Note
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If you initialize the device as a PRP device, it behaves in exactly the same way as the
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP).
Which topologies can be implemented?
With the devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP) product line, nodes or entire network
segments without PRP capability can be connected to a "Parallel Redundancy Protocol"
network.
The products with PRP capability of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line can be used to
implement an integrated solution for network components and protective devices for a
substation and also process application.
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3.1 PRP
The SCALANCE X-200RNA can manage a maximum of 1023 MAC addresses.
Note
Keep to the maximum permitted cable lengths of the devices you are using. You will find the
permitted cable lengths in the technical specifications.
Example
Figure 3-1
Schematic diagram of the "Parallel Redundancy Protocol"
With the "Parallel Redundancy Protocol" (PRP), each node must transmit Ethernet frames
on two independent, parallel networks. These are two physically separate networks with a
bus (linear), star or ring topology. The PRP destination device must also be connected to the
two networks. This then receives each frame twice. The first frame is forwarded to the
application. The second frame received is recognized and discarded. This achieves N-1
redundancy without reconfiguration (= bumpless switchover).
There are already end devices equipped with two Ethernet interfaces that are capable of
handling the "Parallel Redundancy Protocol" (Double Attached Nodes PRP = DANP).
On the other hand, there are many end devices starting with S7 controllers right through to
control computers that communicate using TCP/IP but do not support PRP, and some even
have only one Ethernet Interface. With all these devices, a SCALANCE X-200RNA can be
connected upstream from them. This allows access for Single Attached Nodes (SAN) to PRP
networks.
Industrial Ethernet bus (linear), star or ring structures with switching functionality can be
implemented cost-effectively with devices of the SCALANCE X product line. You will find a
list of usable network components in "Accessories and compatible devices (Page 135)".
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3.2 HSR
3.2
HSR
High-availability Seamless Redundancy Protocol (HSR)
The "High-availability Seamless Redundancy" protocol is a redundancy protocol for Ethernet
networks. It is defined in Part 3 of the IEC 62439 standard. The devices of the SCALANCE
X-200RNA product line support the HSR method. The areas of application of HSR are
distributed real-time applications with high reliability demands that depend on the high
availability of the network. Compared with classic fault-tolerant networks, HSR provides
bumpless redundancy. This redundancy procedure allows data communication to be
maintained without interruption if there are interruptions in the network. Other redundancy
procedures have a reconfiguration time of the network of, for example 200 ms (MRP, 50
nodes in the ring) or 300 ms (High Speed Redundancy, 50 nodes in the ring) and cannot
therefore be used for substation applications or other applications that require high network
availability.
The HSR method has the advantage that the communication redundancy is achieved by the
configuration as a ring. This means there is no need for other standard network components
(switches) within a network. The end devices that use this method are connected to the two
networks via a preceding device or via two integrated device interfaces. This means that the
frame of the end device can be transferred at the same time in both directions of the ring. If a
transmission path is interrupted, the frame arrives its destination via the other path.
The devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line are used to connect end devices
without integrated HSR interfaces to HSR networks.
Note
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If you initialize the device as an HSR device, it behaves in exactly the same way as the
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR).
Which topologies can be implemented?
With the devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR) product line, nodes or entire network
segments without HSR capability can be connected to a "High-availability Seamless
Redundancy Protocol" network.
The products with HSR capability of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line can be used to
implement an integrated solution for network components and protective devices for a
substation and also process application.
You also have the option for a redundant or non-redundant coupling to a PRP network.
The SCALANCE X-200RNA can manage a maximum of 1023 MAC addresses.
Note
Keep to the maximum permitted cable lengths of the devices you are using. You will find the
permitted cable lengths in the technical specifications.
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3.2 HSR
Example
Figure 3-2
Basic diagram of a single HSR ring
With the High-availability Seamless Redundancy Protocol (HSR), each node must feed the
Ethernet frames it wants to send in both directions of the ring. The HSR target device must
also be connected via two ports with the ring. It receives the same frames from both
directions, which means twice. The first frame is forwarded to the application. The second
frame received is recognized and discarded. This achieves N-1 redundancy without
reconfiguration (= bumpless switchover).
There are already end devices equipped with two Ethernet interfaces that are capable of
using the "High-availability Seamless Redundancy Protocol" (Double Attached Nodes HSR =
DANH).
On the other hand, there are many end devices starting with S7 controllers right through to
control computers that communicate using TCP/IP but do not support HSR and some even
have only one Ethernet interface. With all these devices, a SCALANCE X-200RNA can be
connected upstream from them.
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3.2 HSR
Transition between HSR and PRP (redundant)
Figure 3-3
Basic diagram of the redundant HSR-PRP link
The devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line allow a link with a PRP network. This
coupling is in redundant form, as described in standard IEC62439-3. Two SCALANCE X200RNA devices are required. One device is connected with the PRP network LAN A, the
other with LAN B.
This means complete communication is still ensured even if one transition point fails. SANs
connected without RedBox to the decoupled PRP network are an exception from this rule.
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3.2 HSR
Transition between HSR and PRP (non-redundant)
The coupling with a PRP network can also take place non-redundantly. In this case, only one
SCALANCE X-200RNA device is required. The device is connected to the PRP network LAN
A and to LAN B.
Note
This type of linking is not recommended because if the transition point fails, the
communication between HSR and PRP nodes is interrupted.
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4.1
Overview of the product characteristics
The SCALANCE X204RNA and the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC devices have the same
functionality and differ only in the environmental conditions, the input voltage ranges and the
option of using SFP modules with the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC.
Table 4- 1
Overview of the product characteristics
SCALANCE X204RNA
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
SIMATIC environment
●
●
Operating temperature
-40 ... +60 °C
-40 ... +70 °C (up to 85 °C/max. 16h)
Diagnostics LED
●
●
24 VDC
●
-
24 ... 250 VDC / 100 ... 240 VAC
-
●
Plastic
Metal
Housing
2 x 24 VDC
●
-
100 Base-T, full duplex
●
●
100 Base-T, half duplex
-
-
10 Base-T
-
-
SFF interface for SFP modules for
HSR ports
-
●
100 Base-FX for HSR ports
-
● (using optional SFP modules)
Signaling contact + on-site operation
(SELECT/SET button)
●
●
via Web Based Management (WBM)
●
●
via e-mail notification (SMTP)
●
●
via SNMP V1,V2,V3 incl. Traps V2
●
●
using SYSLOG server notification
●
●
C-PLUG
●
●
Diagnostics:
IRT capability
-
-
SNTP
●
●
Testing to IEC 61850-3
-
●
Testing to IEEE 1613
-
●
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4.1 Overview of the product characteristics
Note
PROFINET controllers can communicate with PROFINET devices via the HSR and PRP
network (PROFINET IO and RT). In this case all PROFINET devices (controllers and
devices) must either be capable of HSR or PRP themselves or must be connected to the
HSR ring or to the PRP network via a RedBox.
Within a PRP network (A or B), PROFINET controllers and devices can also communicate
with each other as SANs (PROFINET IO, RT and IRT). A direct PROFINET communication
relationship between DANPs and SANs or DANHs and SANs is not supported.
Table 4- 2
Overview of the connection options
Fast Ethernet 100 Mbps
SCALANCE X204RNA
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
TP (RJ-45)
4
2+2
Fiber
multimode
(duplex LC)
-
2 x SFP modules SFP991-1
multimode glass up to 3 km 6GK59911AD00-8AA0
Fiber
single mode
(duplex LC)
-
2 x SFP modules SFP991-1LD
monomode glass up to 26 km
6GK5991-1AF00-8AA0
Fiber
single mode
(duplex LC)
-
2 x SFP modules SFP991-1LH+
monomode glass up to 70 km
6GK5991-1AE00-8AA0
Standard Ethernet ports / PRP ports
HSR ports
P1/A, P2/B
P1/A, P2/B
HSR 1, HSR 2
HSR 1, HSR 2
Note
TP connectors of SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC has 2 RJ-45 ports to which you can connect two standard
Ethernet or PRP end devices/network structures without HSR capability.
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC also has 2 RJ-45 ports and 2 SFP slots. These connection
options communicate with each other; in other words only one connector is ever active. If an
SFP module is inserted, the corresponding RJ-45 jack is disabled.
With these connector options, you can connect the device to an HSR ring.
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4.2 Unpacking and checking
4.2
Unpacking and checking
Unpacking and checking
WARNING
Do not use any parts that show evidence of damage
If you use damaged parts, there is no guarantee that the device will function according to
the specification.
If you use damaged parts, this can lead to the following problems:
• Injury to persons
• Loss of the approvals
• Violation of the EMC regulations
• Damage to the device and other components
Use only undamaged parts.
1. Make sure that the package is complete.
2. Check all the parts for transport damage.
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4.3 Components of the product
4.3
Components of the product
SCALANCE X204RNA
The following components are supplied with the SCALANCE X204RNA:
● SCALANCE X204RNA device
● 2-pin plug-in terminal block (signaling contact)
● 4-pin plug-in terminal block (redundant power supply)
● Safety notices
● CD (Operating Instructions, Primary Setup Tool)
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
The following components are supplied with the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC:
● SCALANCE X204RNA EEC device
● 3-pin plug-in terminal block (signaling contact)
● 3-pin plug-in terminal block (power supply)
● Safety notices
● CD (Operating Instructions, Primary Setup Tool)
● Bracket for guiding the cable (mechanical protection)
Note
SFP modules are not supplied with the device.
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4.4 SCALANCE X204RNA
4.4
SCALANCE X204RNA
4.4.1
Product characteristics
4.4.1.1
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP) product characteristics
Possible attachments
The SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP) has two RJ-45 jacks for connection of end devices or
network segments without PRP capability (P1 and P2) and two RJ-45 jacks for connecting to
PRP networks LAN A and LAN B (PRP A and PRP B).
Figure 4-1
SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP)
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4.4 SCALANCE X204RNA
4.4.1.2
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR) product characteristics
Possible attachments
The SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR) has two RJ-45 jacks for connection of end devices or
network segments without HSR capability (P1/A and P2/B) and two RJ-45 jacks for
connecting to the "High-availability Seamless Redundancy Protocol" ring (HSR 1 and
HSR 2).
Figure 4-2
SCALANCE X204RNA (HSR)
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4.4 SCALANCE X204RNA
4.4.2
SCALANCE X204RNA TP interfaces
Connector pinout
On the SCALANCE X204RNA, the TP interfaces are implemented as RJ-45 jacks with the
MDI-X assignment (Medium Dependent Interface Autocrossover) of a network component.
Figure 4-3
RJ-45 jack
Table 4- 3
Pin assignment
Pin number
Assignment
Pin 8
n. c.
Pin 7
n. c.
Pin 6
TD-
Pin 5
n. c.
Pin 4
n. c.
Pin 3
TD+
Pin 2
RD-
Pin 1
RD+
Note
TP cords or TP-XP cords with a maximum length of 10 m can be connected to the RJ-45 TP
port.
With the IE FC cables and IE FC RJ-45 plug 180, an overall cable length of up to 100 m is
permitted between two devices depending on the cable type.
Note
The interfaces of the SCALANCE X204RNA meet the requirements for environment B
according to IEEE 802.3, section 33.4.1.1.
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4.4 SCALANCE X204RNA
Autonegotiation
With the autonegotiation mechanism, repeaters and end devices can automatically
determine the transmission speed and the transmission mode of the partner interface. This
makes it possible to configure different devices automatically. Two components connected to
a link segment can exchange information about the data transfer and can adapt their settings
to each other. The mode with the highest possible speed is set.
Note
The SCALANCE X204RNA operates permanently in autonegotiation mode and can
therefore be connected to other devices that either also use the autonegotiation mode or the
"100 Mbps mode FD (full duplex)".
Note
The SCALANCE X204RNA is a plug-and-play device that does not require settings to be
made for commissioning.
MDI / MDI-X autocrossover function
The advantage of the MDI /MDI-X autocrossover function is that straight-through cables can
be used throughout and crossover Ethernet cables are unnecessary. This prevents
malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This makes installation
much easier for the user.
The SCALANCE X204RNA supports the MDI / MDI-X autocrossover function.
Note
Please note that the direct connection of two ports on the switch or accidental connection
over several switches causes an illegal loop. Such a loop can lead to network overload and
network failures.
Transmission speed
The transmission speed of the Fast Ethernet ports is 100 Mbps full duplex.
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4.5 SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
4.5
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
4.5.1
Product characteristics
4.5.1.1
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP) product characteristics
Possible attachments
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP) has four RJ-45 jacks and two slots for SFP modules.
The SFP modules can be used as an alternative to the two RJ-45 jacks PRP A and PRP B
and are intended for the connection of the LAN A and LAN B networks. End devices or
network segments without PRP capability are connected to the RJ-45 jacks P1 and P2.
Figure 4-4
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP)
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4.5.1.2
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) product characteristics
Possible attachments
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) has four RJ-45 jacks and two slots for SFP
modules. The SFP modules can be used as alternatives to the two RJ-45 jacks A/H1 and
B/H2 and are intended to connect networks LAN A and LAN B or to connect to the "Highavailability Seamless Redundancy Protocol" ring.
End devices or network segments without PRP or HSR capability are connected to the RJ45 jacks 1|1/B and 2|2/B.
Figure 4-5
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
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4.5.1.3
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR) product characteristics
Possible attachments
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR) has four RJ-45 jacks and two slots for SFP modules.
The SFP modules can be used as an alternative to the two RJ-45 jacks HSR 1 and HSR 2
and are intended for connection to the "High-availability Seamless Redundancy Protocol"
ring. Standard Ethernet end devices or network segments that do not support HSR or
networks to be linked are connected to the RJ-45 jacks P1/A and P2/B.
Figure 4-6
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR)
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4.5 SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
4.5.2
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC TP interfaces
Connector pinout
On the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP and HSR), the TP interfaces are implemented as
RJ-45 jacks with the MDI-X assignment (Medium Dependent Interface Autocrossover) of a
network component.
Figure 4-7
RJ-45 jack
Table 4- 4
Pin assignment
Pin number
Assignment
Pin 8
n. c.
Pin 7
n. c.
Pin 6
TD-
Pin 5
n. c.
Pin 4
n. c.
Pin 3
TD+
Pin 2
RD-
Pin 1
RD+
Note
TP cords or TP-XP cords with a maximum length of 10 m can be connected to the RJ-45 TP
port.
With the IE FC cables and IE FC RJ-45 plug 180, an overall cable length of up to 100 m is
permitted between two devices depending on the cable type.
Note
The interfaces of the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP and HSR and PRP/HSR) meet the
requirements for environment B according to IEEE 802.3, section 33.4.1.1.
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4.5 SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
Autonegotiation
Autonegotiation means the automatic detection of the functionality of the port at the opposite
end. Using autonegotiation, repeaters or end devices can detect the functionality available at
the port of a partner device allowing automatic configuration of different types of device. With
autonegotiation, two components connected to a link segment can exchange parameters
and set themselves to match the supported communication functionality.
Note
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP and HSR and PRP/HSR) operates permanently in
autonegotiation mode and can therefore be connected to other devices that either also use
the autonegotiation mode or the "100 Mbps mode FD (full duplex)".
Note
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP and HSR) is a plug-and-play device that does not
require settings to be made for commissioning.
MDI / MDIX autocrossover function
The advantage of the MDI /MDIX autocrossover function is that straight-through cables can
be used throughout and crossover Ethernet cables are unnecessary. This prevents
malfunctions resulting from mismatching send and receive wires. This makes installation
much easier for the user.
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP and HSR) supports the MDI / MDIX autocrossover
function.
Note
Please note that the direct connection of two ports on the switch or accidental connection
over several switches causes an illegal loop. Such a loop can lead to network overload and
network failures.
Transmission speed
The transmission speed of the Fast Ethernet ports is 100 Mbps full duplex.
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4.5 SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
4.5.3
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC SFP interface
Transmission medium and range
Note
The SFF slots are intended for SFP transceivers with optical interface. SFP inserts with
electrical interface (RJ45) are not supported.
Table 4- 5
SFP transceiver - overview
SFP transceiver
SFP991-1
SFP991-1LD
SFP991-1LH+
Transmission medium
Multimode FO cable
Monomode FO cable
Monomode FO cable
1310 nm
1310 nm
1310 nm
50 or 62.5 µm
9 µm
9 µm
125 µm
125 µm
125 µm
Maximum range
3 km
26 km
70 km
Order number
6GK5991-1AD00-8AA0
6GK5991-1AF00-8AA0
6GK5991-1AE00-8AA0
•
Wavelength
•
Core diameter
•
Outer diameter
Note
The SFP modules do not ship with the product and must be ordered separately, if needed.
Connectors
● Electrical connection: SFP slot
● Optical connection: Duplex LC connector
Transmission speed
The transmission speed of the optical Fast Ethernet ports is 100 Mbps.
Transmission technique
The transmission mode for 100Base-FX is specified in the IEEE 802.3 standard.
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4.6 C-PLUG
4.6
C-PLUG
CPLUG (configuration plug)
The C-PLUG is an exchangeable medium for storage of the configuration and project
engineering data of the base device. This means that the configuration data remains
available if the basic device is replaced.
How it works
Power is supplied by the basic device. The C-PLUG retains all data permanently when the
power is turned off.
If an empty C-PLUG (factory settings) is inserted, all configuration data of the SCALANCE X200RNA is saved to it when the device starts up. Changes to the configuration during
operation are also saved on the C-PLUG without any operator intervention being necessary.
A basic device with an inserted C-PLUG automatically uses the configuration data of the CPLUG when it starts up. This is, however, only possible when the data was written by a
compatible device type.
This allows fast and simple replacement of the basic device. If a device needs to be
replaced, the C-PLUG is simply taken from the failed component and inserted in the
replacement device. The first time it is started up, the replacement device has the same
configuration as the failed device except for the MAC address set by the vendor.
Compatible devices
As a general rule, the data on the C-PLUG is only compatible with devices having an
identical order number and the same device name.
Over and above this, the data of the SCALANCE X204RNA and the SCALANCE X204RNA
is compatible.
Using a previously written C-PLUG
If you want to insert a C-PLUG that has already been used and has been written to in a
SCALANCE X-200RNA with a different configuration, the existing C-PLUG data must first be
deleted.
Note
The devices of the SCALANCE X200RNA product line normally start up with the
configuration of the C-PLUG, assuming this was written to by a compatible device type.
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4.6 C-PLUG
Diagnostics
Inserting a C-PLUG that does not contain the configuration of a compatible device type or
general malfunctions of the C-PLUG are signaled by the diagnostics mechanisms of the
devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line (LEDs, SNMP, WBM, etc.).
Inserting a C-PLUG
The C-PLUG is not supplied with the SCALANCE X-200RNA. It is available as an optional
accessory.
The slot for the C-PLUG is located as follows:
● With a SCALANCE X204RNA on the front of the device
● With the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC on the top of the device
See "SELECT/SET button (Page 39)"
Follow the steps below to insert the C-PLUG:
1. Turn off the power to the device.
2. Remove the protective cover.
3. Insert the C-PLUG in the intended compartment.
4. Close the protective cover.
Note
The C-PLUG may only be inserted or removed when the power is off!
Removing the C-PLUG
Follow the steps below to remove the C-PLUG:
1. Turn off the power to the device.
2. Remove the protective cover.
3. Remove the C-PLUG from the compartment using flat pliers, tweezers or a small
screwdriver.
4. Close the protective cover.
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4.7 SELECT/SET button
4.7
SELECT/SET button
Function of the SELECT/SET button
With the SELECT/SET button, you can change various settings of the device. Modified
settings are retained after device power off/on.
The SELECT/SET button is used to switch over the display mode and to make other
settings. After turning on the SCALANCE X-200RNA, it is in the display mode.
The SELECT/SET button has three functions:
● Triggering a device restart
● Reset to the factory defaults All settings made are overwritten by the factory defaults.
● Define the fault mask and the display at the LEDs. The current states of all ports and the
states of the power supplies L1 and L2 are included in the "X200 Fault Mask Power"
dialog box. The previous fault mask is then overwritten.
Different settings are made depending on how long you hold down the SELECT/SET button:
Figure 4-8
The five button phases
Time the button is pressed in seconds
Table 4- 6
Phase
1
Button phases
Description
The currently set fault mask is displayed. If no fault mask has been set, all ports flash one after the other.
If you release the SELECT/SET button in phase 1, this has no effect.
2
The LEDs of the ports at which there is currently a link flash at 2.5 Hz.
If you release the SELECT/SET button in phase 2, this has no effect.
3
The LEDs of the ports at which there is currently a link and the LEDs of the connected power supply are lit
permanently.
If you release the button in phase 3, the fault mask corresponding to the lit LEDs is adopted.
4
All port LEDs flash at 2.5 Hz.
Releasing the SELECT/SET button during this phase brings about a device restart (soft reset)
5
All port LEDs flash alternately yellow/green at 2.5 Hz.
The device is reset to the factory defaults.
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4.7 SELECT/SET button
Properties of the button on the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR):
● If the SELECT/SET button is pressed on the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR), the
mode LED goes off (display "PRP"). If the button is released within 5 seconds, the "PRP"
mode is programmed and the device goes through a restart. The SCALANCE X204RNA
(PRP/HSR) behaves in this way only with the factory settings.
● After 5 seconds, the mode LED goes on ("HSR"). If the SELECT/SET button is now
released, the "HSR" mode is programmed and the device goes through a restart.
● After 10 seconds, the mode LED returns to flashing mode (SELECT/SET button can be
released without setting a mode).
● If you have accidentally programmed the wrong mode (e.g. by releasing at the switchover
moment), you can trigger a "factory reset" after the normal startup with the normal
SELECT/SET button functionality (press for > 10 seconds) and reverse the programming.
Position of the SELECT/SET button and C-PLUG
Note
On the SCALANCE X204RNA, the SELECT/SET button is located below the C-PLUG
compartment.
On the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC, the SELECT/SET button is on the top of the device in a
recess next to the C-PLUG compartment.
①
②
C-PLUG
SELECT/SET button
Figure 4-9
Position of the C-PLUG and SELECT/SET button
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4.8 LEDs
4.8
LEDs
4.8.1
SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP)
4.8.1.1
Fault LED
If the LED is lit red, a SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP) has detected an error/fault.
At the same time, the signaling contact opens assuming that the response of the signaling
contact has not been configured differently.
The LED signals that the SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP) can adopt the following statuses:
Device type SCALANCE
LED lit red
LED lit yellow
LED not lit
X204RNA (PRP)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5
6
7
X204RNA EEC (PRP)
1, 3, 4, 5
6
7
X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If configured as PRP device.
1, 3, 4, 5
6
7
1. Link down event on a monitored port.
2. Failure of one of the two redundant power supplies.
3. C-PLUG error.
4. Device startup, the LED is lit for approx. 20 seconds.
5. Internal error.
6. A redundancy error was detected.
7. No problem has been detected by the SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP).
4.8.1.2
Power LED
The LEDs signal the following statuses of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP).
The status of the power supply is indicated by a green LED:
Device type SCALANCE
LED lit green
LED lit yellow
LED not lit
X204RNA (PRP)
1
2
3
X204RNA EEC (PRP)
4
-
5
X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If configured as PRP device.
4
-
5
1. Both L power supplies are connected (redundant supply).
2. One L power supply is connected (non-redundant supply).
3. Power supply L1 and L2 are not connected or supply voltages are <14 V.
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4. Power supply L is connected
5. Power supply L is not connected or the supply voltage is too low.
4.8.1.3
Port LED
The LEDs signal the following port statuses of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP).
The status of the ports is indicated by two-color LEDs:
Device type SCALANCE
LED lit green
LED lit yellow
LED flashes yellow
2 port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 PRP port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 PRP port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 PRP port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
Number of LEDs
X204RNA (PRP)
X204RNA EEC (PRP)
X204RNA EEC
(PRP/HSR)
If configured as
PRP device.
1. TP link exists, no data reception.
2. TP link, data received at TP port.
3. Device startup, the LED is lit for approx. 6 seconds.
4. Setting or display of the fault mask.
4.8.1.4
LED displays during startup
When the SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP) starts up, the following LED displays light up in the
order shown:
1. Power LEDs (green) light up immediately after turning on the power.
2. Port LEDs go off, the red error LED is lit for approx. 10 seconds.
3. Following startup, the correct link status is indicated by the port LEDs after approximately
5 seconds.
4. The SCALANCE X-200RNA (PRP) is now ready for operation.
Note
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If the device has not yet been configured, a device error is indicated (red fault LED lit
permanently). This means that no link can be established on the redundancy ports.
In this case, the mode LED also flashes since the operating mode is not defined.
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4.8 LEDs
4.8.1.5
Mode LED (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR))
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) has the labeling of both devices on its housing,
in other words, that of the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP) and the SCALANCE X204RNA
EEC (HSR). Depending on how you configure the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR),
the labeling is valid as described in the sections above.
The exception is the mode LED (third LED from the top):
● When the LED is lit, the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) is in HSR mode. This
means that the right-hand labeling of the LED displays applies. The device behaves like a
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR).
● When the LED is not lit, the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) is in PRP mode.
This means that the left-hand labeling of the LED displays applies. The device behaves
like a SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP).
4.8.2
SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR)
4.8.2.1
Fault LED
If the LED is lit red, a SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR) has detected an error/fault.
At the same time, the signaling contact opens assuming that the response of the signaling
contact has not been configured differently.
The LED signals that the SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR) can adopt the following statuses:
Device type SCALANCE
LED lit red
LED lit yellow
LED not lit
X204RNA (HSR)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
7
8
X204RNA EEC (HSR)
1, 3, 4, 5, 6
7
8
X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If configured as HSR device.
1, 3, 4, 5, 6
7
8
1. Link down event on a monitored port.
2. Failure of one of the two redundant power supplies.
3. C-PLUG error.
4. Device startup, the LED is lit for approx. 20 seconds.
5. Internal error.
6. A redundancy error has been detected (unexpected frames via HSR1, HSR2, P1/A or
P2/B ports).
7. Redundancy warning (incorrect LAN ID at P1/A or P2/B)
8. No problem has been detected by the SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR).
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4.8.2.2
Power LED
The LEDs signal the following statuses of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR).
The status of the power supply is indicated by a green LED:
Device type SCALANCE
LED lit green
LED lit yellow
LED not lit
X204RNA (HSR)
1
2
3
X204RNA EEC (HSR)
4
-
5
X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If configured as HSR device.
4
-
5
1. Both L power supplies are connected (redundant supply).
2. One L power supply is connected (non-redundant supply).
3. Power supply L1 and L2 are not connected or supply voltages are <14 V.
4. Power supply L is connected
5. Power supply L is not connected or the supply voltage is too low.
4.8.2.3
Port LED
The LEDs signal the following port statuses of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR).
The status of the ports is indicated by two-color LEDs:
Device type SCALANCE
LED lit green
LED lit yellow
LED flashes
yellow
2 port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 PRP port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 PRP port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
2 PRP port LEDs
1
2, 3
4
Number of LEDs
X204RNA (HSR)
X204RNA EEC (HSR)
X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If configured as HSR device.
1. TP link exists, no data reception.
2. TP link, data received at TP port.
3. Device startup, the LED is lit for approx. 6 seconds.
4. Setting or display of the fault mask.
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4.8.2.4
LED displays during startup
When the SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR) starts up, the following LED displays light up in the
order shown:
1. Power LEDs (green) light up immediately after turning on the power.
2. Port LEDs go off, the red error LED is lit for approx. 10 seconds.
3. Following startup, the correct link status is indicated by the port LEDs after approximately
5 seconds.
4. The SCALANCE X-200RNA (HSR) is now ready for operation.
Note
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
If the device has not yet been configured, a device error is indicated (red fault LED lit
permanently). This means that no link can be established on the redundancy ports.
In this case, the mode LED also flashes since the operating mode is not defined.
4.8.2.5
Mode LED (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR))
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) has the labeling of both devices on its housing,
in other words, that of the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP) and the SCALANCE X204RNA
EEC (HSR). Depending on how you configure the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR),
the labeling is valid as described in the sections above.
The exception is the mode LED (third LED from the top):
● When the LED is lit, the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) is in HSR mode. This
means that the right-hand labeling of the LED displays applies. The device behaves like a
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (HSR).
● When the LED is not lit, the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) is in PRP mode.
This means that the left-hand labeling of the LED displays applies. The device behaves
like a SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP).
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Installation
5.1
Types of installation
The SCALANCE X-200RNA devices can be mounted in the following ways:
● Installing on a 35 mm DIN rail
● Wall mounting
Note
Installation on a SIMATIC S7-300 standard rail is not possible
Note
When installing and operating the device, keep to the installation instructions and safetyrelated notices in this description and in the SIMATIC NET Industrial Ethernet network
manual.
Unless stated otherwise, the mounting options listed below apply to all devices of the type
SCALANCE X-200RNA.
Note
Provide suitable shade to protect SCALANCE X-200RNA devices against direct sunlight.
This avoids unwanted warming of devices of the type SCALANCE X-200RNA and prevents
premature aging of the device and cabling.
WARNING
Location for mounting a SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
If a SCALANCE X204RNA EEC is operated at ambient temperatures between 60 °C and
70 °C, the housing temperature may exceed 70 °C.
When installing the X204RNA EEC, select a location where only qualified service personnel
or trained users have access to it.
Operation of the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC at ambient temperatures of 60 °C - 70 °C is
only permitted under these conditions.
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WARNING
Ambient temperatures
If temperatures in excess of 70 °C occur on cables or at cable feed-in points, or the
temperature at the branching point of the cables exceeds 80 °C, special measures need to
be taken. If the equipment is operated at an ambient temperature of 50 °C - 60 °C, use
cables with a permitted ambient temperature of at least 80 °C.
NOTICE
Do not cover the ventilation grilles
During installation, select a mounting position so that the ventilation grilles are always free
to achieve adequate cooling. With normal orientation, the ventilation grilles are on the top,
bottom and sides (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC only) of the housing.
Minimum clearances
If you install the SCALANCE X-200RNA without forced ventilation or cooling, minimum
clearances must be maintained to neighboring devices or the wall of the housing. By keeping
to the minimum clearances, there is then an adequate stream of air for heat dissipation
during operation. Keep to the following minimum clearances to neighboring devices.
Table 5- 1
Minimum clearances when installing in cabinets
Minimum clearance to devices below the SCALANCE X-200RNA
100 mm
Minimum clearance to devices above the SCALANCE X-200RNA
100 mm
Minimum lateral clearance to devices (SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
only)
20 mm
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5.2 Mounting on DIN rails
5.2
Mounting on DIN rails
Installation
To install the devices on a 35 mm DIN rail complying with DIN EN 60715, follow the steps
below:
1. Fit the upper part of the locking mechanism of the device on to the DIN rail.
2. Press the device down against the DIN rail until it locks into place.
3. Fit the connectors for the power supply.
4. Fit the connectors for the signaling contact.
5. Insert the terminal blocks into the sockets on the device.
Figure 5-1
Mounting on a 35 mm DIN rail based on the example of a SCALANCE X204RNA
EEC
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Fitting the protective bracket
①
②
③
Hang onto rail at top
Lock in position below
Secure with the screw
Figure 5-2
Mounting the protective bracket on the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
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5.2 Mounting on DIN rails
Uninstalling
To remove devices from the DIN rail, follow the steps below:
1. First disconnect all connected cables.
2. Release the DIN rail catch on the bottom of the device using a screwdriver.
3. Then pull the lower part of the device away from the DIN rail.
Figure 5-3
Removing from a 35 mm DIN rail based on the example of the SCALANCE
X204RNA
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5.3
Wall mounting
Wall mounting of a SCALANCE X204RNA
Preparation for wall mounting
Wall mounting
To mount the device on a wall, you require the following:
● 2 wall plugs, 6 mm in diameter and 30 mm long
● 2 screws 3.5 mm in diameter and 40 mm long
To install a SCALANCE X204RNA on a standard rail, follow the steps below:
1. Prepare the drill holes for wall mounting. For the precise dimensions, refer to the section
"Dimension drawings".
2. Connect the electrical cable connecting cables.
3. Fit the connectors for the signaling contact.
4. Insert the terminal blocks into the sockets on the SCALANCE X204RNA.
5. Screw the device to the wall.
Note
The wall mounting must be capable of supporting at least four times the weight of the
SCALANCE X204RNA (see "Technical specifications (Page 131)").
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Wall mounting of a SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
To mount the device on a wall, you require the following:
● 2 wall plugs, 6 mm in diameter and 30 mm long
● 2 screws 3.5 mm in diameter and 40 mm long
To install a SCALANCE X204RNA on a standard rail, follow the steps below:
1. Secure an adequately long piece of DIN rail (35 mm) to the wall.
2. Now mount the SCALANCE X-204RNA on the DIN rail as described in the section "DIN
rail mounting".
See also
Dimension drawings (Page 141)
Mounting on DIN rails (Page 49)
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6.1
Power supply
Connecting the power supply
The power supply is connected using a 3- or 4-pin plug-in terminal block. Usable cable
cross-section 0.25 to 2.5 mm2. Permitted tightening torque 0.57 - 0.79 Nm (5 - 7 in.lb.).
The power supply is non-floating. The signal cables of the Ethernet TP ports are floating.
Note
Removing or inserting the power supply with the power on is not permitted.
Table 6- 1
Pin assignment
Pin number
Pin assignment of the SCALANCE X204RNA
(PRP and HSR)
Pin assignment of the SCALANCE X204RNA
EEC (PRP and HSR and PRP/HSR)
Pin 1
L1 +24 VDC
PE
Pin 2
M1
L1 +24 V … +250 VDC
L1 100 V … 240 VAC
Pin 3
M2
N1
Pin 4
L2 +24 VDC
-
Note
Since the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC does not have a redundant power supply, connect the
power supply between L1 and N1.
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6.1 Power supply
WARNING
The SCALANCE X204RNA is designed for operation with safety extra-low voltage (SELV).
This means that only safety extra-low voltages (SELV) complying with
IEC950/EN60950/VDE0805 can be connected to the power supply terminals.
Measures must be taken to prevent transient overvoltages of more than 40% of the rated
voltage. This is the case if the devices are operated exclusively with SELV (Safety Extra
Low Voltage).
The power supply unit for the SCALANCE X204RNA power supply must meet NEC Class
2, as described by the National Electrical Code(r) (ANSI/NFPA 70).
The power of all connected power supply units must total the equivalent of a power source
with limited power (LPS limited power source).
If the device is connected to a redundant power supply (two separate power supplies), both
must meet these requirements.
The signaling contact can be subjected to a maximum load of 100 mA (safety extra-low
voltage (SELV), 24 VDC).
Never operate the SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP and HSR) with AC voltage or DC voltage
higher than 28.8 V DC.
24 VDC power supply
NOTICE
If the SCALANCE X204RNA is supplied over long 24 V power supply lines or networks,
measures are necessary to prevent interference by strong electromagnetic pulses on the
supply lines. These can result, for example, due to lightning or switching of large inductive
loads.
One of the tests used to attest the immunity of the SCALANCE X204RNA to
electromagnetic interference is the "surge immunity test" according to EN61000-4-5. This
test requires overvoltage protection for the power supply lines. A suitable device is, for
example, the Dehn Blitzductor VT AD 24 V type no. 918 402 or comparable protective
element.
Vendor: DEHN+SÖHNE GmbH+Co.KG, Hans-Dehn-Str.1, Postfach 1640, D-92306
Neumarkt, Germany.
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6.1 Power supply
Power supply 100 to 240 VAC / 24 to 250 VDC
WARNING
Danger from line voltage
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC has a power supply of 100 to 240 VAC or 24 to 250 VDC.
This product can only function correctly and safely if it is transported, stored, set up, and
installed correctly, and operated and maintained as recommended.
Connecting and disconnecting may only be performed by an electrical specialist. Connect
or disconnect power supply cables only when the power is turned off.
WARNING
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC does not have an ATEX approval.
Devices with a 100 to 240 VAC or 24 to 250 VDC power supply are not approved for use in
hazardous areas according to EC-RL--94/9 (ATEX).
NOTICE
Securing cables with dangerous voltage
Make sure that the connector cannot be released accidentally by pulling on the connecting
cable. Lay the cables in cable ducts or cable channels and secure the cables, where
necessary, with cable ties.
Protective ground
WARNING
PE connector of SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
Simple grounding via the housing is inadequate. For reliable operation, the PE cable must
be connected via the ground bolt. On the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC, the grounding bolt is
on the bottom of the device.
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6.2 Signaling contact
6.2
Signaling contact
The signaling contact (relay contact) is a floating switch with which error/fault states can be
signaled by breaking the contact.
The signaling contact is connected to a 2- or 3-pin plug-in terminal block. Usable cable
cross-section 0.25 to 2.5 mm2. Permitted tightening torque 0.57 - 0.79 Nm (5 - 7 in.lb.).
Table 6- 2
Pin assignment
Pin number
Pin assignment of the SCALANCE X 204RNA
Pin assignment of the SCALANCE X 204RNA EEC
Pin 1
F1 (NO contact / NC contact if a fault occurs)
F1 (NC contact / NO contact if a fault occurs)
Pin 2
F2
F2 (pole terminal)
Pin 3
-
F3 (NO contact / NC contact if a fault occurs)
The following errors/faults can be signaled by the signaling contact:
● The failure of a link at a monitored port.
● The failure of one of the two redundant power supplies (SCALANCE X204RNA only).
● The loss of the entire power supply
● Internal error
● Incompatible C-PLUG was inserted.
The connection or disconnection of a communication node on an unmonitored port does not
lead to an error message.
The signaling contact remains activated until the error/fault is eliminated or until the current
status is applied as the new desired status using the SELECT/SET button.
When the SCALANCE X-200RNA is turned off, the signaling contact is always activated
(signals "error/fault").
Note
The signaling contact correlates with the red fault LED.
Exception: The absence of the power supply is signaled only by the signaling contact (no
display by the fault LEDs).
Note
During startup, the signaling contract is always active (signals "error/fault").
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6.3 SFP transceiver
6.3
SFP transceiver
The SFP modules are supplied with power via the SFP slot of the SCALANCE X204RNA
EEC.
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6.4 Grounding
6.4
Grounding
SCALANCE X204RNA
The housing is made of plastic. There is no need and no possibility of grounding.
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
The device is grounded over the DIN rail. There is also a grounding bolt on the underside of
the housing. Connect the grounding bolt of the device to the nearest grounding point using
the grounding cable. To do this use the same wire cross-section as the power supply cable,
however not smaller than 1.5 mm²/16 AWG.
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based Management
7.1
7
Introduction
To make the best possible use of the technical possibilities of the devices SCALANCE X200RNA of the product line, you can adapt the configuration of the device to the concrete
situation in which it is used.
Web Based Management (WBM) accesses the configuration of the SCALANCE X-200RNA
using a Web browser. An Ethernet connection to the device is necessary.
Note
To prevent unauthorized access to the SCALANCE X200RNA, there is an automatic logout
after 15 minutes or after the time configured in the "Agent Timeout Configuration" menu. A
manual logout is also possible with the appropriate button in the user interface. Exiting the
browser does not close the session. If the browser is started again within the timeout, the
session continues to be used.
Note
To use SNMP Management and traps, you require a network management station. This
does not ship with IE switches.
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7.2 Prerequisite
7.2
Prerequisite
Note
The dialog boxes described in this section apply to the SCALANCE X-200RNA devices. The
dialog boxes of the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC were chosen to illustrate the examples. Any
significant deviations from the dialog boxes of the SCALANCE X204RNA are pointed out or
shown.
Principle of Web Based Management
The devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line have an integrated HTTP server for
Web Based Management. If a SCALANCE X-200RNA is addressed using a Web browser, it
returns HTML pages to the client computer depending on the user input.
The user enters the configuration data in the HTML pages sent by the SCALANCE X200RNA. A SCALANCE X-200RNA evaluates this information and generates reply pages
dynamically. The great advantage of this method is that apart from a Web browser, no
special software is required on the client.
Requirements for Web Based Management
● A SCALANCE X-200RNA must have an IP address before you can use Web Based
Management, see section "Assignment of an IP address (Page 64)".
● To use Web Based Management, there must be an Ethernet connection between the
SCALANCE X-200RNA and the client computer.
● Use of a Microsoft Internet Explorer, version 8 or higher is recommended.
● All the pages of Web Based Management require JavaScript. You should therefore make
sure that Java Script is enabled in your browser settings.
Note
The browser must not be set so that it reloads the page from the server each time the
page is accessed. The updating of the dynamic content of the page is ensured by other
mechanisms. In the Internet Explorer, you can make the appropriate setting in the
"Options > Internet Options > General" menu in the section "Temporary Internet Files"
with the "Settings" button.
Below the text "Check for newer versions of stored pages", the "Automatically" check box
must be selected.
● Web Based Management is HTTP- or HTTPS-based, so you must also enable access to
port 80 or 443 if you have a firewall installed.
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7.2 Prerequisite
Starting Web Based Management and logging on
1. Enter the IP address in the address box of the Web browser. If there is a problem-free
connection to the SCALANCE X-200RNA, the Logon dialog box of Web Based
Management is displayed:
Figure 7-1
Logon dialog box of Web Based Management
2. In the "User name" drop-down list, select the "admin" entry if you want to change settings
of the SCALANCE X-200RNA (read and write access). If you select the "User" entry, you
only have read access to the configuration data of the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
3. Enter your password in the "Password" input box. If you have not yet set a password, the
default passwords as shipped apply: Enter "admin" if you selected "admin" as the user
name or user if you selected "user".
Note
For security reasons, make sure that you change the original factory-set passwords.
4. Click the "Log On" button to start the logon.
Note
By clicking on "Logon using a secure HTTPS connection", you select a secure connection
with SSL encryption.
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7.3 Assignment of an IP address
7.3
Assignment of an IP address
7.3.1
Introduction
Introduction
An IE switch provides a wide range of functions for settings and diagnostics. To access
these functions over the network, the Internet protocol is used.
The Internet protocol has its own address mechanism using IP addresses. As the protocol of
layer 3 of the ISO/OSI reference model, the IP protocol is independent of hardware allowing
flexible address assignment. In contrast to layer 2 communication (where the MAC address
is permanently assigned to a device), this makes it necessary to assign an address to a
device explicitly.
This section describes the structure of an IP address and the various options for assigning
the address with an IE switch.
Note
The initial assignment of an IP address for X-200 IE switches cannot be made with Web
Based Management because this configuration tool can only be used if an IP address
already exists.
Address classes to RFC 1518 and RFC 1519
An IP address consists of 4 bytes. Each byte is represented in decimal, with a dot separating
it from the previous one. This results in the following structure, where XXX stands for a
number between 0 and 255:
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
The IP address is made up of two parts, the network ID and the host ID. This allows different
subnets to be created. Depending on the bytes of the IP address used as the network ID and
those used for the host ID, the IP address can be assigned to a specific address class.
IP address range
1.x.x.x to 126.x.x.x
128.0.x.x to 191.255.x.x
192.0.0.x to 223.255.255.x
Max. number of
networks
Max. number of
hosts/network
Class
CIDR notation
126
16777214
A
/8
16383
2097151
65534
B
/16
254
C
/24
Multicast groups
D
Reserved for experiments
E
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7.3 Assignment of an IP address
Subnet mask
The bits of the host ID can be used to create subnets. The leading bits represent the address
of the subnet and the remaining bits the address of the host in the subnet.
A subnet is defined by the subnet mask. The structure of the subnet mask corresponds to
that of an IP address. If a "1" is used at a bit position in the subnet mask, the bit belongs to
the corresponding position in the IP address of the subnet address, otherwise to the address
of the computer.
Example of a class B network:
The standard subnet address for class B networks is 255.255.0.0; in other words, the last
two bytes are available for defining a subnet. If 16 subnets must be defined, the third byte of
the subnet address must be set to 11110000 (binary notation). In this case, this results in the
subnet mask 255.255.240.0.
To find out whether two IP addresses belong to the same subnet, the two IP addresses and
the subnet mask are ANDed bit by bit. If both logic operations have the save result, both IP
addresses belong to the same subnet, for example 141.120.246.210 and 141.120.252.108.
Outside the local network, the described division of the end node address has no
significance. For packet switching here, only the entire IP address is of interest.
Note
In the bit representation of the subnet mask, the "ones" must be set left-justified; there must
be no "zeros" between the "ones".
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7.3 Assignment of an IP address
7.3.2
Initial assignment of an IP address
Configuration options
An initial IP address for an IE switch cannot be assigned using Web Based Management or
the Command Line Interface because these configuration tools require that an IP address
already exists.
The following options are available to assign an IP address to an unconfigured device
currently without an IP address:
● By DHCP
● With the STEP 7 configuration tool
● With the NCM PC configuration tool
● With the Primary Setup Tool configuration tool
For more detailed information on using the configuration tools, refer to the relevant manuals.
Note
DHCP is the factory setting
When the devices ship and after resetting to factory defaults, DHCP is active. If a DHCP
server is available in the local area network, and this responds to the DHCP request of the IE
switch, the IP address, subnet mask and gateway are assigned automatically when the
module first starts up.
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7.4 Initializing the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
7.4
Initializing the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
Status as shipped
The SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) is always in the uninitialized status if it still has
the factory settings. You can return the device to the factory settings using the SELECT/SET
button (see section "SELECT/SET button (Page 39)"), using WBM and the CLI.
Initializing with WBM
You can initialize the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) using WBM. When doing this,
you can specify whether the device will be operated in the "PRP" or "HSR" mode using the
"Set PRP Mode and Restart" and "Set HSR Mode and Restart" buttons. The device is then
restarted and is in the selected operating mode.
Figure 7-2
Initializing the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) using WBM
Initializing with CLI
You can also initialize the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) using the CLI command
"setmode [PRP|HSR]".
/ (Go to top of menu tree)
.. (Go up in menu tree)
? (Show menus/commands)
exit (Exit from CLI/TELNET session)
restart (Shutdown and startup again)
setmode [PRP|HSR] (Set PRP-/HSR mode and restart)
info (Show identification data)
SYSTEM (Open SYSTEM menu)
X-200 (Open X-200 menu)
AGENT (Open AGENT menu)
SWITCH (Open SWITCH menu)
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7.4 Initializing the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR)
The device is then restarted and is in the selected operating mode.
Note
Once you have initialized the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) using the CLI, the CLI
command "setmode [PRP|HSR]" is no longer displayed.
After initializing
After you have initialized the SCALANCE X204RNA (PRP/HSR) and restarted the device,
the corresponding dialog box is displayed in WBM:
Figure 7-3
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) in "PRP" mode
Figure 7-4
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR) in "HSR" mode
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7.5 LED simulation of the WBM
7.5
LED simulation of the WBM
Display of the operating state
Each SCALANCE X-200RNA has several LEDs that provide information on the operating
state of the device. Depending on its location, direct access to the SCALANCE X-200RNA
may not always be possible. Web Based Management therefore displays simulated LEDs.
The top quarter of the screen shows a schematic representation of the SCALANCE X200RNA with the corresponding LEDs. The meaning of the LED displays is described in the
section "LEDs (Page 41)" in these Operating Instructions.
Figure 7-5
LED simulation of the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
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7.5 LED simulation of the WBM
Figure 7-6
LED simulation of the SCALANCE X204RNA
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7.6 Working with the WBM
7.6
Working with the WBM
Navigation bar
The upper menu bar of WBM contains the following links:
● Console
This link opens a TELNET connection to the module.
Note: With the Windows 7 operating systems or with Internet Explorer 8, access to the
devices via the console link in WEB management is no longer possible.
● Support
When you click this link, you open a SIEMENS AG support page. SIEMENS Support is,
however, only accessible when your PC has a connection to the Internet.
● Logout
By clicking on this link, you log out from the device.
Updating the display with "Refresh"
Web Based Management pages have a "Refresh" button at the lower edge of the page. Click
this button to request up-to-date information from the IE switch for the current page.
Storing entries with "Set Values"
Pages in which you can make configuration settings have a "Set Values" button at the lower
edge. Click this button to save the configuration data you have entered on the IE switch.
Note
Changing configuration data is possible only with the "Administrator" login.
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7.7 The "System" menu
7.7
The "System" menu
7.7.1
System Configuration
General device information
This dialog box appears if you click the "System" folder icon.
Figure 7-7
System Configuration
● "Current System Time" (read-only)
The system time is set either by the user or is synchronized by a time-of-day frame (either
SINEC H1 time frame or SNTP). You can also see when and how it was set:
– (m) The setting was made manually.
– (p) The setting was made by the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP).
● System Up Time (read-only)
The time since the last restart.
● "Device Type" (read-only)
The type designation of the device.
● "Device Description" (read-only)
The type description of the device.
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● "System Contact"
Enter the name of a contact person responsible for managing the device in this box.
● "System Location"
In this box, you enter a location for the device, for example a room number.
● "System Name"
Enter a description of the device in this box.
7.7.2
System Identification & Maintenance
The following dialog box contains information on device-specific vendor and maintenance
data such as the order number, serial number, version numbers.
Figure 7-8
System Identification & Maintenance
● "I&M 0"
Here, you can see the individual parameters for Identification & Maintenance.
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7.7.3
System Restart & Defaults
Resetting the settings
In this menu, you will find a button for restarting the SCALANCE X-200RNA as well as an
option for resetting the settings of the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
Figure 7-9
System Restart and Defaults
Note
Note the following points about restarting a SCALANCE X-200RNA:
• You can only restart the SCALANCE X-200RNA with administrator privileges.
• A SCALANCE X-200RNA should only be restarted with the buttons of this menu and not
by a power cycle on the device.
• The browser must not be set so that it reloads the page from the server each time the
page is accessed. The updating of the dynamic content of the page is ensured by other
mechanisms. In the Internet Explorer, you can make the appropriate setting in the
"Options > Internet Options > General" menu in the section "Temporary Internet Files"
with the "Settings" button.
• Below the text "Check for newer versions of stored pages", the "Automatically" check box
must be selected.
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Restart System
Click the "Restart System" button to restart the SCALANCE X-200RNA. You are prompted to
confirm the restart in a separate dialog box. During a restart, the SCALANCE X-200RNA is
reinitialized, the internal firmware is reloaded, and the device runs a self-test. The learned
entries in the address table are deleted. You can leave the browser window open while the
SCALANCE X-200RNA restarts.
Restore Factory Defaults and Restart
Click the "Restore Factory Defaults and Restart" button to restore the factory default
configuration settings. The protected defaults are also reset. An automatic restart is
triggered.
Note
By resetting all the defaults, the IP address is also lost. A SCALANCE X-200RNA can then
be accessed using the "Primary Setup Tool".
7.7.4
System Save & Load
System Save & Load via HTTP
The WBM allows you to store configuration information in an external file on your client PC
or to load such data from an external file from the PC to the SCALANCE X-200RNA. You
can also download both new firmware as well as a new FPGA configuration from suitable
files on your client PC.
Note
Following a firmware update, delete the cache of the Web browser.
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7.7 The "System" menu
Figure 7-10
System Save & Load via HTTP
● "Configuration File"
Name and directory path of the configuration file you want to load on the SCALANCE X200RNA.
● "Firmware File"
Name and directory path of the file from which you want to load the new firmware.
● "FPGA File"
Name and directory path of the file from which you want to load the new FPGA
configuration.
● "SSL Private Key File"
Name and directory path of the file from which you want to load the new SSL key.
● "SSL Certificate File"
Name and directory path of the file from which you want to load the new SSL certificate.
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How to download data using HTTP
1. In the relevant text box, enter a name and directory path for the file from which you want
to take the data.
2. Start the download of the relevant file by clicking one of the buttons "Load Configuration
and Restart", "Load Firmware and Restart" or "Load FPGA File and Restart", "Load
Private Key" or "Load Certificate and Restart". Following the download, there is an
automatic restart except with "Load Private Key" and the device starts up with the new
data. Please note the following:
Note
If a firmware version is loaded that is older than the current version, it is possible that the
current parameter record cannot be adopted. In this case the current IP address is
deleted and access using WBM, CLI or SNMP is no longer possible. This means that
after downloading the firmware and restarting the device, the IP address needs to be
assigned again with the Primary Setup Tool and the required parameters set again.
Note
If newer firmware and a newer FPGA version required on the device, it is advisable to
download the FPGA and then the firmware following the restart.
How to save data using HTTP
1. Start the save function by clicking either the "Save Configuration" or "Save Private MIB"
button.
2. You will be prompted to select a storage location and a name for the file or to accept the
proposed file name.
Reusing configuration data
Saving and reading in configuration data reduces the effort if several devices of the
SCALANCE X-200RNA product line have the same configuration and when IP addresses
are obtained using DHCP.
Save the configuration data on your computer after you have configured a SCALANCE X200RNA.
Download this file to all other devices of the SCALANCE X-200RNA product line you want to
configure.
If individual settings are necessary for specific devices, these must be made online.
The stored configuration data is coded and, as a result, these files cannot be edited with a
text editor.
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7.7 The "System" menu
7.7.5
System Version Numbers
Versions of hardware and software
This dialog box shows the versions of the hardware and software with which the SCALANCE
X-200RNA is being operated:
Figure 7-11
System Version Numbers
● "Hardware"
The version of the firmware is shown here. The hardware version (= product version) is
stored permanently on the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
● "FPGA Version"
The FPGA version is shown here.
● "Firmware"
The version of the firmware running on the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
● "FW Build"
The date on which the firmware running on the SCALANCE X-200RNA was created is
displayed here.
● "Order Number"
The order number of the device is shown here.
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7.7.6
System Passwords
Note
Default for the passwords when supplied
Admin password: admin
User password: user
In this dialog box, if you are the administrator, you can change the passwords for Admin and
User. The password can be up to a maximum of 16 characters (7-bit ASCII) long.
Figure 7-12
System Passwords
You apply your settings with "Set Values".
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7.7 The "System" menu
7.7.7
System SELECT/SET button
Configuring the SELECT/SET button
On the SCALANCE X-200RNA, the SELECT/SET button is used to
● Change the display mode
● Reset to the factory defaults
● Define the dialog box and the LED display
You will find a detailed description of the individual functions available with the button in the
section "SELECT/SET button (Page 39)".
On this page, the functionality of the SELECT/SET button can be restricted or fully disabled.
This is possible for the following three functionalities:
● "Restore Factory Defaults"
● "Enable/Disable Reset"
● "Set Fault Mask"
Figure 7-13
Select/Set button configuration
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Enable Select/Set Functions
You can enable or disable the individual functions of the button by selecting or deselecting
the relevant check box.
You apply your settings with "Set Values".
7.7.8
System Event Log Table menu
Logging events
A SCALANCE X-200RNA allows you to log events and to display them on the page of the
"Log Table" menu. This, for example, allows you to record when an SNMP authentication
attempt failed or when the connection status of a port has changed. You can specify which
events are logged in the "Agent Event Configuration" menu item.
Figure 7-14
System Event Log Table
The "Sys.Up Time" column shows the time since the SCALANCE X-200RNA was last
restarted in the format HH:MM:SS.
"Refresh"
Click this button to refresh the display.
"Clear"
With this button, you can delete the content of the log table.
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7.7 The "System" menu
7.7.9
"C-PLUG Information" menu
A SCALANCE X-200RNA allows configuration data to be stored on an external C-PLUG and
configuration data to be loaded from an external C-PLUG. The C-PLUG information menu
allows you to read out the inserted C-PLUG and to manage configuration data stored on it.
Figure 7-15
C-PLUG Information
● "C-PLUG State" (read-only)
The status of the C-PLUG.
● "C-PLUG Device Group" (read-only)
The module to which the C-PLUG belongs.
● "C-PLUG Device Type" (read-only)
The device type of the C-PLUG.
● "Configuration Revision" (readonly)
Configuration version of the C-PLUG.
● "File System" (readonly)
Data system of the C-PLUG.
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● "File System Size" (readonly)
Size of the available data system memory of the C-PLUG.
● "File System Usage" (readonly)
Size of the memory of the C-PLUG used by the data system.
● "C-PLUG Info String" (read-only)
Information line of the C-PLUG.
● "Modify C-PLUG"
Modification of the configuration stored on the C-PLUG.
– Copying the current configuration on the C-PLUG with associated restart
– Copying the factory configuration to the C-PLUG with associated restart
– Deleting the configuration stored on the C-PLUG
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7.8 The "X200" menu
7.8
The "X200" menu
7.8.1
X200 Status
Information on the operating status
This dialog box appears if you click the "X200" folder icon.
The dialog box shows information about the power supply and the error status.
Figure 7-16
X200 Status
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● "Power Line 1"
– "Up":
Power supply 1 (line 1) is applied.
– "Down":
Power supply 1 is not applied or is below the permitted voltage.
● "Power Line 2" (SCALANCE X204RNA only, not illustrated)
– "Up":
Power supply 2 (line 2) is applied.
– "Down":
Power supply 2 is not applied or is below the permitted voltage.
● "Fault Status"
The fault status of the SCALANCE X-200RNA is shown here. The following table
contains examples of possible error messages. If more than one problem has occurred,
they are listed in the text box one above the other.
Error messages
Meaning
Redundant power line down
The redundant power supply has failed.
Link down on monitored port
The connection to a monitored port is interrupted.
No Fault
The SCALANCE X-200RNA has not detected a
fault (the signaling contact has not responded
and the fault LED is not lit).
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7.8 The "X200" menu
7.8.2
PRP configuration
The PRP-specific parameters are entered in the "PRP Config" dialog box.
Figure 7-17
PRP configuration
● "PRP Mode"
The mode used is PRP (previously "PRP Mode 1"). This value cannot be changed.
● "Duplicate Aging Time"
The default value from the PRP standard is 400 ms. This value cannot be changed.
● "Limitation / Max Throughput"
By setting the check mark for "Limitation Enabled", the data throughput from the interlinks
to the PRP ports is limited to the set value. The limitation can be specified with "Max
Throughput". A limitation between 50 and 80% is possible. If the load on the interlinks is
greater than the value set, frames are discarded. This occurs regardless of Ethertypes
and any VLAN priorities.
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7.8 The "X200" menu
7.8.3
HSR Coupling Configuration
HSR Coupling Configuration
The HSR-specific parameters are entered in the "Coupling Configuration" dialog box.
Figure 7-18
X204 Coupling Configuration
"Coupling Mode"
Here you can set the coupling mode between HSR and the remaining network.
Coupling Mode
Meaning
HSR SAN Mode
The HSR ring is connected with Standard Ethernet end
devices or network segments (default).
Non Redundant HSR PRP coupling
Setting with non-redundant HSR<->PRP coupling. P1/A is
connected with LAN A, P2/B with LAN B of a PRP network.
Redundant HSR PRP coupling, LAN A
Setting with redundant HSR<->PRP coupling. P1/A is
connected with LAN A of a PRP network. P2/B is open and
may not be used.
Redundant HSR PRP coupling, LAN B
Setting with redundant HSR<->PRP coupling. P1/B is
connected with LAN B of a PRP network. P1/A is open and
may not be used.
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"NetID"
Here you can set the network ID of the connected PRP network. The valid value range is 1
to 6.
The NetID is used to distinguish between frames from different redundant PRP networks in
an HSR ring. It is not relevant in "HSR SAN Mode".
"Duplicate Aging Time"
The default value from the HSR standard is 400 ms. This value cannot be changed.
"Limitation" / "Max Throughput"
By selecting the "Limitation Enabled" check box, the data throughput from the interlinks to
the HSR ports is limited to the set value. The limitation can be specified with "Max
Throughput". A limitation between 50% and 80% is possible. If the load on the interlinks is
greater than the value set, frames are discarded. This occurs regardless of Ethertypes and
any VLAN priorities.
7.8.4
Fault Mask
Function of the "X200 Fault Mask Power" dialog box
With the "X200 Fault Mask Power" dialog box, you specify the fault/error states to be
monitored by the SCALANCE X-200RNA and that will trigger the signaling contact. Possible
fault/error states are the absence of the power supply, power supply too low, or an
interrupted connection or an unexpected connection established to a partner device. If the
signaling contact is triggered, this causes the fault LED on the device to light up and,
depending on the configuration of the event table, can trigger a trap or an entry in the log
table.
Device-related link monitoring of the ports
A SCALANCE X-200RNA provides device-related link monitoring. A link-up or link-down also
affects the message system if the SCALANCE X-200RNA was appropriately configured.
Setting of the "X200 Fault Mask Power" dialog box on the device
Optionally, the dialog box can be set using the SELECT/SET button on the SCALANCE X200RNA. For more detailed information, refer to the section "SELECT/SET button
(Page 39)".
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7.8 The "X200" menu
Settings in WBM
In WBM, you can set the monitoring of the power supply (SCALANCE X204RNA only) and
the device-related link monitoring. The settings are made in three separate dialog boxes:
Figure 7-19
SCALANCE X204RNA Fault Mask Power Monitoring
Enable Power Monitoring (SCALANCE X204RNA only)
Here, you specify which of the two power supplies of the SCALANCE X204RNA (line 1 and
line 2) is monitored. A fault is then indicated by the message system when there is no power
on one of the monitored lines (line 1 or line 2) or when the voltage is too low (less than 14 V).
Note
This dialog box is not displayed with the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC because it does not
have a redundant power supply.
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Figure 7-20
Fault Mask Link Down Monitoring
Enable Link Down Monitoring
Select the check boxes of the ports whose connection status you want to monitor. If link
monitoring is activated, an error is signaled when there is no valid link at this port because,
for example, the cable is not plugged in or the connected device is turned off.
An error/fault can be signaled in the following ways depending on the configuration of the
SCALANCE X-200RNA: Signaling contact, fault LED, SNMP trap, entry in the log table and
the syslog.
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Figure 7-21
Fault Mask Link Up Monitoring
Enable Link Up Monitoring
Select the check boxes of the ports whose connection status you want to monitor. If link
monitoring is activated, an error is signaled when there is a valid link at this port because, for
example, the cable should not be plugged in.
An error/fault can be signaled in the following ways depending on the configuration of the
SCALANCE X-200RNA: Signaling contact, fault LED, SNMP trap, entry in the log table and
the syslog.
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7.9 The "Agent" menu
7.9
The "Agent" menu
7.9.1
Agent Configuration
Introduction
The "Agent Configuration" dialog box appears if you click the "Agent" folder icon. This dialog
box provides you with options for the IP address. You can specify whether a SCALANCE X200RNA obtains the IP address dynamically or you can assign a fixed address.
Figure 7-22
Agent Configuration
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Agent Enabled Features
● "TELNET"
Here, you specify whether or not an unencrypted connection using TELNET can be
established.
● "SSH"
Here, you specify whether or not an encrypted connection using SSH can be established.
● "HTTPS only"
Here, you specify whether or not the WBM can only be reached via an SSL encrypted
connection.
● "E-Mail"
Here, you specify whether or not events are sent to an e-mail address.
● "Syslog"
Here, you specify whether or not events are sent to a Syslog server.
● "SNTP"
Enables / disables synchronization of the IE switch system time using an SNTP server in
the network.
● "DHCP"
Here, you specify whether or not the IP address can be obtained using the Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol.
● "BOOTP"
Here, you specify whether the IP address can be obtained using the Bootstrap Protocol.
● "DCP"
If you select this option, the device can be accessed and configured using DCP (PST
Tool and STEP 7).
● "DCP Read Only"
If you select this option, the configuration data can only be read via DCP (Primary Setup
Tool and STEP 7).
Agent IP Configuration
● "IP Address"
Enter the IP address of the SCALANCE X-200RNA here.
● "Subnet Mask"
Enter the subnet mask of the SCALANCE X-200RNA here.
● "Default Gateway"
If you require the IE switch to communicate with devices (diagnostics stations, E-mail
servers, etc.) in a different subnet, you will need to enter the IP address of the default
gateway here.
● "MAC Address"
The MAC address of the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
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Note
After changing the IP address, to be able to connect to the SCALANCE X-200RNA again,
the new address will need to be entered in the WEB browser manually.
7.9.2
Agent Ping
The "Ping" dialog box appears if you click the "Agent" folder icon. In this dialog box, you can
send a PING to another device in the network to check whether it can be reached.
Figure 7-23
Ping
● "IP Address"
Enter the IP address of the target device here.
● "Repeat"
Here, enter how often the ping should be sent.
● "Ping"
If you click the "Ping" button, you start the ping.
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7.9.3
Agent SNMP Configuration
How SNMP works
Using SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol), a network management station can
configure and monitor SNMP-compliant nodes, such as a SCALANCE X-200RNA. To allow
this, a management agent is installed on the SCALANCE X-200RNA with which the
management station exchanges data. There are three frame types:
● Read (management station fetches values from a SCALANCE X-200RNA)
● Write (management station writes values to a SCALANCE X-200RNA)
● Send events to registered nodes (traps). The agent sends messages to registered
management stations.
Access permissions with SNMP
When using the SNMP protocol, you specify access permissions by means of the community
string. A community string contains information about the user name and password in a
string. Different community strings are defined for read and write permissions. More complex
and more secure authentications are possible only in some SNMPv2 variants and in
SNMPv3.
Note
To preserve security, you should not use the default values "public" or "private".
Configuration of SNMP with a SCALANCE X-200RNA
The "Agent SNMP Configuration" dialog box appears if you click the "SNMP" folder icon.
In the "Agent SNMP Configuration" dialog box, you make the basic settings for SNMP.
Enable the check boxes according to the SNMP functionality you want to use. For detailed
settings (for example traps), there are separate menu items in WBM.
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Figure 7-24
Agent SNMP Configuration
● "SNMPv1/v2c/v3"
Here, you enable / disable SNMPv1/v2c/v3 for a SCALANCE X-200RNA.
● "SNMPv3 Only"
Here, you enable / disable SNMPv3 Only for a SCALANCE X-200RNA.
● "Read Only"
When this check box is selected, you can only read SNMP variables with SNMPv1/v2c.
● "Read Community String"
Here, you enter the read community string (maximum of 63 characters) for the SNMP
protocol.
● "Read/Write Community String"
Here, you enter the write community string (maximum of 63 characters) for the SNMP
protocol.
● "Traps"
This enables / disables the sending of SNMPv1/v2c traps.
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7.9.4
SNMP Trap Configuration
SNMP traps for alarm events
If an alarm event occurs, a SCALANCE X-200RNA can send traps (alarm frames) to up to
10 different (network management) stations at the same time. Traps are only sent when
events as specified in the "Agent Event Configuration" menu occur (see Section "Agent
Event Configuration (Page 103)").
Note
Traps are sent only when the "Traps" option was selected in "SNMP Configuration".
Figure 7-25
SNMPv1 Trap Configuration
● "IP Address"
Here, you enter the IP addresses of the stations to which a SCALANCE X-200RNA will
send traps.
● "Enable Trap"
Click on the check box next to the IP addresses to enable the sending of traps to the
corresponding stations.
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7.9.5
SNMP v3 Groups
SNMP v3 Groups
The "SNMPv3 Groups" dialog box appears if you click the "Groups" folder icon.
It shows all existing SNMPv3 groups. The access rights of these groups can also be found in
the table.
Figure 7-26
SNMPv3 Groups
By clicking the "New Entry" button or clicking on an entry, the "SNMPv3 Group
Configuration" dialog box is displayed.
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Figure 7-27
SNMPv3 Add Groups
● "Group Name"
Here, enter the name of a new group.
● "Security Level"
Here, enter the security level of the new group.
● "Access"
Here, enter the access rights of the new group.
● "Set Values"
By clicking the "Set Values" button, you create a group according to the parameters set
above.
● "Current Entries"
By clicking the "Current Entries" button, you exit the "SNMPv3 Group Configuration"
dialog box and return to the "SNMPv3 Groups" dialog box.
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7.9.6
SNMP v3 User
SNMP v3 User
The "SNMPv3 Users" dialog box appears if you click the "Users" folder icon.
It shows all existing SNMPv3 users. You can also see the groups to which the user belongs
and the security level of the user in the table.
Figure 7-28
SNMPv3 Users
By clicking the "New Entry" button or clicking on an entry, the "SNMPv3 Users Configuration"
dialog box is displayed.
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Figure 7-29
SNMPv3 Add Users
● "User Name"
Here, enter the name of a new user.
● "Group Name"
Here, specify the group to which the user will belong.
● "Set Values"
By clicking the "Set Values" button, you create a user according to the parameters set
above.
● "Current Entries"
By clicking the "Current Entries" button, you exit the "SNMPv3 Users Configuration"
dialog box and return to the "SNMPv3 Users" dialog box.
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7.9.7
Agent Timeout Configuration
Setting the timeout
Here, you can set the times after which there is an automatic logout in WBM.
Figure 7-30
Agent Timeout Configuration
● "Web Based Management (sec)"
Here, you specify the WBM timeout.
Permitted values for the WBM timeout: 0 ... 3600 (seconds)
0 means: There is no automatic logout.
● "CLI (TELNET, SSH, Serial) (sec)"
Here, you specify the CLI timeout.
Permitted values for the CLI timeout: 60 ... 600 (seconds)
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7.9.8
Agent Event Configuration
System events of the SCALANCE X-200RNA
On this page, you specify how a SCALANCE X-200RNA reacts to system events. By
enabling the appropriate check boxes, you specify which events trigger which reactions on
the SCALANCE X-200RNA. The following options are available:
● The SCALANCE X-200RNA sends an e-mail with the error message
● The SCALANCE X-200RNA triggers an SNMP trap.
● The SCALANCE X-200RNA writes an entry in the log file.
● The SCALANCE X-200RNA writes an entry to the Syslog server.
Figure 7-31
Agent Event Configuration with the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
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Figure 7-32
Agent Event Configuration with the SCALANCE X204 RNA
You can configure the reaction of the SCALANCE X-200RNA to the following events:
● "Cold / Warm Start"
The SCALANCE X-200RNA was turned on or restarted by the user.
● "Link Change"
A port has failed or data traffic is being handled again via a port that had previously failed.
● "Authentication Failure"
There was an SNMP access with a bad password or inadequate access rights.
● "Power Error" (SCALANCE X204RNA only)
This event occurs only when power supply line 1 and line 2 are monitored. It indicates
that there was a change to line 1 or line 2.
● "Fault State Change"
The fault status has changed. The fault status can relate to the activated port monitoring,
the response of the signaling contact or the power supply monitoring.
● "Redundancy Event"
There are two situations that are signaled as a redundancy error.
– If there is a difference in the number of PRP frames received from LAN A and B, the
error is set. It is reset if the difference in PRP frames received from LAN A and B
remains almost the same.
– If a PRP B frame is received at PRP A or vice versa, the error is set until no more
incorrect frames are received for approximately 30 seconds.
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7.9.9
Agent E-Mail Configuration
Setting the e-mail client
Here, you can set the recipient, sender and the SMTP server.
Figure 7-33
Agent E-Mail Configuration
● "E-Mail Address"
Here, you specify the e-mail address of the recipient.
● "SMTP Server IP Address"
Enter the IP address of the SMTP server.
● "SMTP Server Port"
Enter, the port of the SMTP server.
● ""From"-Field"
Here, enter the e-mail address of the sender.
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7.9.10
Agent Syslog Configuration
Setting the Syslog server
Here, you can specify the address of the Syslog server.
Figure 7-34
Agent Syslog Configuration
● "Syslog Server IP Address"
Enter, the IP address of the Syslog server.
● "Syslog Server Port"
Enter, the port of the Syslog server.
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7.9.11
Agent DHCP Configuration
Setting the DHCP mode
There are several ways of identifying the SCALANCE X-200RNA in the configuration of the
DHCP server:
● with the MAC address
● with a freely defined client ID
● with the system name
Figure 7-35
Agent DHCP Configuration
● "DHCP Mode"
Here, you set the DHCP mode.
Note
If DHCP is not enabled in the "Agent Configuration" menu item, no mode can be selected
and the text "disabled" is displayed.
● "DHCP Client ID"
For the DHCP mode "via Client ID", you can assign an identification string here that is
assigned to a SCALANCE X-200RNA and will be evaluated by the DHCP server.
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7.9.12
Agent Time Configuration
Time-of-day synchronization in the network
SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) is used for synchronizing the time in the network. The
appropriate frames are sent by an SNTP server in the network. A SCALANCE X-200RNA
logs on as client with this server as recipient of time-of-day frames.
Figure 7-36
Agent Time Configuration
● "System Time"
This box displays the current system time. If no time-of-day synchronization was possible,
the box displays "Date/time not set".
● You can also set the date and time manually, the required input format is MM/DD/YYYY
HH:MM:SS. In this case, the text box displays the data and time along with the suffix (m).
If the system time was set as a result of synchronization with a server, the suffix is (p).
● "Time Synchronization"
This box is read-only and shows when the last time-of-day synchronization took place.
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● "SNTP Mode"
The protocol type used is displayed here:
– "Poll"
If you choose this protocol type, you will need to define further settings:
Time Zone Offset, Time Server, Init Poll Interval, Poll Interval.
● "SNTP Server IP Address"
Here, you enter the IP address of the SNTP server whose frames will be used by a
SCALANCE X-200RNA to synchronize the time of day.
● "SNTP Server Port"
Here, enter the port via which the SNTP server is available.
● "Time Zone"
Select the time zone for the location of the SCALANCE X-200RNA because the SNTP
server always sends UTC time. This time is then recalculated and displayed as the local
time based on the time zone. There is no standard/daylight-saving time switchover on the
SCALANCE X-200RNA.
● "Init Poll Interval"
Here, you can enter the interval at which a SCALANCE X-200RNA repeats the poll when
the system time is initially set, if this was not successful the first time.
● "Poll Interval"
Once the system time has been adopted the first time from the time server, it is updated
cyclically with renewed polls to the time server. Here, you specify how often the updates
take place.
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7.10
The "Switch" menu
7.10.1
Introduction
In this menu, you set the parameters for the switch functionality (assign it to layer 2) of the
SCALANCE X-200RNA. This includes the following functions:
● General switch settings such as aging.
● Display of statistical data.
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7.10.2
Switch Config
Switch functionality
The "Switch Configuration" dialog box appears if you click the "Switch" folder icon. In this
dialog box, you specify the aging time of the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
Figure 7-37
Switch Configuration
● "Aging Enabled"
A SCALANCE X-200RNA automatically learns the source addresses of the nodes
connected to it. This information is used in the SCALANCE X-200RNA to forward data
frames to the nodes specifically involved. This reduces the network load for the other
nodes.
If a SCALANCE X-200RNA does not receive a frame whose source address matches a
learnt address within a certain time, it deletes the learnt address. This mechanism is
known as aging. Aging prevents frames being forwarded incorrectly, for example when an
end device (for example a programming device) is connected to a different switch port.
If the check box is not enabled, a SCALANCE X-200RNA does not delete learnt
addresses automatically.
● "Aging Time [sec]"
Here, you enter the time after which the SCALANCE X-200RNA deletes an address if it
has not received frames with the corresponding sender address.
Here, the aging time can be set as required within the range from 1 to 655 seconds.
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7.10.3
Port status
Overview of the configuration of the ports
The "Port Status" dialog box appears if you click the "Ports" folder icon.
The dialog box shows the configuration for data transfer for all ports of the SCALANCE X200RNA.
Figure 7-38
Port status
The five columns of the table display the following information:
● "Port"
This shows the port (with the SCALANCE X204RNA EEC also the SFP slot) to which the
following information relates.
● "Type"
Displays the type of port. This information is important because difference modules and
therefore different ports can be used in some slots. The following port types are possible:
– TP 100 TX
– FO 100 FX
● "Negotiation"
Indicates whether or not autonegotiation is enabled.
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Note
Since the SCALANCE X-200RNA supports only 100 Mbps Ethernet in full duplex mode,
autonegotiation is always enabled.
● "Active"
Indicates whether or not the port is turned on (true). Data traffic is possible only over an
enabled port.
Note
With the SCALANCE X-200RNA, the ports cannot be turned off.
● "Link"
Shows the connection status to the network. The available options are as follows:
– Up
The port has a valid link to the network, a link integrity signal is being received.
– Down
The link is down, for example because the connected device is turned off.
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7.10.4
Switch Forwarding Database
The "Switch Forwarding Database" dialog box appears if you click the "FDB" folder icon.
The dialog box shows the dynamically learnt MAC addresses in the FDB table for all ports. In
addition to this, to allow PRP diagnostics, the screen also shows whether the displayed MAC
addresses are listed in the duplicate filter or in the proxy node table.
Figure 7-39
Switch Forwarding Database
The five columns of the table display the following information:
● "Index"
Index of the entry
● "Mac Address"
Learnt MAC address
● "Destination Ports"
Specifies the destination port via which a frame with the learnt destination MAC address
must be output.
● "Duplicate Filter"
Shows whether the MAC address is listed as a source MAC address in the duplicate filter
table.
● "Proxy Node"
Shows whether the MAC address is listed as a source MAC address in the proxy node
table.
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7.10.5
the Statistics menu
Counting and evaluation of received frames
A SCALANCE X-204RNA has internal statistics counters with which it counts the number of
received frames for each port according to the following criteria:
● Frame length
● Message frame type
● Bad frames
This information provides you with an overview of the data traffic and any problems on the
network.
7.10.6
Packet Size Statistic
Received frames sorted by length
The "Packet Size Statistic" dialog box displays how many packets of which size were
received at each port.
If you click the "Reset Counters" button, you reset this counter for all ports.
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Figure 7-40
Packet Size Statistic
If you click on an entry in the "Port" column, the "Packet Size Statistic Graphic" dialog box is
displayed for the selected port. You then see a configurable graphical representation of the
counter value.
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Graphic representation of the statistics
This dialog box displays the number of frames received at each port graphically. The display
is dependent on the frame length. There is a separate element in the graphic for each of the
following ranges:
● 64 bytes
● 65 - 127 bytes
● 128 -255 bytes
● 256 - 511 bytes
● 512 - 1023 bytes
● 1024 - 1536 bytes
Figure 7-41
Packet Size Statistic Graphic
With the check box in the "Packet Size" column, you decide the content of the graphic. The
value in the "Packets" column in the graphic is only displayed for a certain range if the
appropriate check box is selected. The "Percentage" column shows the packets in a certain
length range as a percentage of the total packets for this port. When the percentage is
calculated, ranges are included only if their check boxes are selected.
With the "Previous Port" and "Next Port" buttons, you can change to the display of the
previous or next port.
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7.10.7
Packet Type Statistic
Received frames sorted by type
The "Packet Type Statistic" dialog box displays how many frames of the type unicast,
multicast, and broadcast were received and sent at each port.
If you click the "Reset Counters" button, you reset this counter for all ports.
Figure 7-42
Packet Type Statistic
If you click on an entry in the "Port" column, the "Packet Type Statistic Graphic" dialog box is
displayed for the selected port. You then see a configurable graphical representation of the
counter value.
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Graphic representation of the statistics
This dialog box displays the number of frames received at each port graphically. The display
depends on the packet type. There is a separate element in the graphic for each of the
following ranges:
● Unicast
● Multicast
● Broadcast
Figure 7-43
Packet Type Statistic Graphic
With the check box in the "Packet Type" column, you decide the content of the graphic. The
value in the "Packets" column in the graphic is only displayed for a certain packet type if the
appropriate check box is selected. The "Percentage" column shows the packets of a certain
type as a percentage of the total packets for this port. When the percentage is calculated,
packet types are included only if their check boxes are selected.
With the "Previous Port" and "Next Port" buttons, you can change to the display of the
previous or next port.
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7.10.8
Packet Error Statistic
Errors in received packets
The "Packet Error Statistic" dialog box shows how many bad frames were received per port.
The following error types are distinguished:
● "Bad Frames"
Total number of bad received frames.
● "CRC"
Number of frames whose content did not match the CRC checksum.
● "Undersize"
Number of frames with a length less than 64 bytes.
● "Oversize"
Number of frames with a length greater than 1536 bytes.
● "Dropped L2"
Number of frames that were discarded at the receiving port due to lack of resources on
the switch.
If you click the "Reset Counters" button, you reset this counter for all ports.
Figure 7-44
Packet Error Statistic
If you click on an entry in the "Port" column, the "Packet Error Statistic Graphic" is displayed
for the selected port. You then see a configurable graphical representation of the counter
value.
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Graphic representation of the statistics
This dialog box displays the number of bad frames graphically. The display is dependent on
the cause of the error. There is a separate element in the graphic for each of the following
causes of error:
● "Bad Frames"
● "CRC"
● "Undersize"
● "Oversize"
● "Dropped L2"
Figure 7-45
Packet Error Statistic Graphic
With the check box in the "Packet Error" column, you decide the content of the graphic. The
value in the "Packets" column in the graphic is only displayed for a certain packet type if the
appropriate check box is selected. The "Percentage" column shows the errors of a certain
type as a percentage of the total errors for this port. When the percentage is calculated, error
types are included only if their check boxes are selected.
With the "Previous Port" and "Next Port" buttons, you can change to the display of the
previous or next port.
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7.10.9
PRP Statistic
PRP Statistic
The "PRP Statistic" dialog box shows interesting statistical data for the PRP protocol. The
following events are distinguished:
● "Received A Frames at PRP A Port"
Number of valid A frames received at port PRP A.
● "Received B Frames at PRP B Port"
Number of valid B frames received at port PRP B.
● "Received B Frames at PRP A Port"
Number of B frames received at port PRP A (error).
● "Received A Frames at PRP B Port"
Number of A frames received at port PRP B (error).
If you click the "Reset Counters" button, you reset this counter for all ports.
Figure 7-46
PRP Statistic
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7.10.10
Redundancy Statistic
Redundancy Statistic
The "Redundancy Statistic" dialog box shows interesting statistical data for the HSR
protocol. The following events are distinguished:
● Received HSR Frames at HSR 1
Number of valid HSR frames that were received at port HSR 1.
● Received HSR Frames at HSR 2
Number of valid HSR frames that were received at port HSR 2.
● Received PRP A Frames at Port P1/A
Number of valid PRP A frames that were received at port P1/A.
● Received PRP B Frames at Port P2/B
Number of valid PRP B frames that were received at port P2/B.
● Received PRP B Frames at Port P1/A
Number of PRP B frames that were received at port P1/A (error).
● Received PRP A Frames at Port P2/B
Number of PRP A frames that were received at port P2/B (error).
● Received own Proxy Source MAC address
Number of received frames with their own source MAC address (error).
● Received PRP or Standard Frames at HSR 1
Number of valid PRP or Standard Ethernet frames that were received at HSR 1 (error).
● Received PRP or Standard Frames at HSR 2
Number of valid PRP or Standard Ethernet frames that were received at HSR 2 (error).
● Received HSR Frames at Port P1/A
Number of valid HSR frames that were received at port P1/A (error).
● Received HSR Frames at Port P2/B
Number of valid HSR frames that were received at port P2/B (error).
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If you click the "Reset Counters" button, you reset this counter for all ports.
Figure 7-47
Redundancy Statistic
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Note
The specified approvals apply only when the corresponding mark is printed on the product.
You can check which of the following approvals have been granted for your product by the
markings on the type plate.
EC directives
SIMATIC NET products meet the requirements and aims of the following EC directives.
Conformity certificates
You will find the EC Declaration of Conformity for this product on the Internet at the following
address:
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/de/52323714/133400)
→ Entry list
→ Entry type "Certificates"
→ Type of certificate "Declaration of conformity"
Example German: "EG Konformitätserklärung SCALANCE X204RNA",
Example English: "Declaration of Conformity SCALANCE X204RNA ".
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EMC directive (electromagnetic compatibility)
The devices of the type SCALANCE X-200RNA meet the requirements of the EC directive:
2004/108/EEC "Electromagnetic Compatibility"
The product is designed for use in the following areas:
Area of application
Industry
RF interference level
Immunity to interference
EN 61000 6 4: 2007
EN 61000 6 2: 2005
WARNING
Personal injury and damage to property may occur.
The installation of expansions that are not approved for SIMATIC NET products or their
target systems may violate the requirements and regulations for safety and electromagnetic
compatibility.
Only use expansions that are approved for the system.
● Keep to the installation guidelines
The product meets the requirements if you adhere to the installation and safety
instructions contained in this documentation and in the following documentation when
installing and operating the product.
● You can always find the latest documentation on the Internet!
The current descriptions of the currently available products can always be found on the
Internet under the specified Internet pages:
– SIMATIC NET Industrial Twisted Pair and Fiber Optic Networks
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/8763736/) , Manual
– EMC Installation Guideline
(http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/60612658), Configuration
manual
● Working on the product
To protect the product from electrostatic discharge, personnel must first discharge any
electrostatic charge from their body before touching the product.
Note
The product was tested with a device that also complies with the standards listed above.
When operating the product with a device that does not comply with these standards,
adherence to the corresponding values cannot be guaranteed.
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Explosion protection directive (ATEX)
The devices of the type SCALANCE X204RNA meet the requirements of the EC directive:
94/9/EC (ATEX95) "Equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially
explosive atmospheres"
Note
When using (installing) the SCALANCE X204RNA in hazardous area zone 2, make
absolutely sure that the associated conditions are adhered to.
You will find these conditions on the SIMATIC NET Manual Collection.
● "Approval of SIMATIC/ SIMATIC NET Products for Direct Installation in Ex-Zone 2"
ATEX classification:
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T4 Gc
KEMA 07ATEX0145 X
The product meets the requirements of the standards
● EN 60079-15 (electrical apparatus for potentially explosive atmospheres; Type of
protection "n")
● and EN 60079-0
FM approval
The devices of the type SCALANCE X204RNA meet the requirements of standards:
● Factory Mutual Approval Standard Class Number 3611
● FM Hazardous (Classified) Location Electrical Equipment:
Non Incendive / Class I / Division 2 / Groups A,B,C,D / T4 A and
Non Incendive / Class I / Zone 2 / Group IIC / T4
FDA and IEC approvals
The following products meet the FDA and IEC requirements listed below.
● SFP module SFP991-1LD
● SFP module SFP991-1LH+
Figure 8-1
FDA and IEC approvals
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Notice for Australia (C-Tick)
The product meets the requirements of the AS/NZS 2064 standard (Class A).
Notice for Korea (Kc)
The product meets the requirements of the Korea Certification.
UL Approval for Information Technology Equipment
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) complying with Standard UL 60950-1
UL Approval for Industrial Control Equipment
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) complying with Standard UL 508
CSA Approval for Information Technology Equipment
CSA Certification Mark
Canadian Standard Association CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
CSA Approval for Industrial Control Equipment
CSA Certification Mark
Canadian Standard Association CSA C22.2 No. 142-M1987
cULus Approval for Information Technology Equipment
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 60950-1 (Information Technology Equipment)
● CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
cULus Approval for Industrial Control Equipment
Underwriters Laboratories Inc. complying with
● UL 508
● CSA C22.2 No. 142-M1987
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Table 8- 1
Approvals
Device type
SCALANCE
cULus
FM
CE
C-Tick
Kc
ATEX95 Zone 2
E1
X204RNA
UL 60950 1
FM 3611
EN 61000-6-4,
CL.1, Div.2 GP. EN 61000-6-2
A.B.C.D T..
AS/NZS
2064
(Class A).
Korea
Certification
EN 60079-15,
EN 60079-0
-
CSA C22.2
No. 60950 1
II 3 G Ex nA IIC T..
Gc
CL.1, Zone 2,
GP. IIC, T..
KEMA 07 ATEX
0145X
Ta:..
X204RNA EEC
UL 508
FM 3611
CSA C22.2
CL.1, Div.2 GP. EN 61000-6-2
A.B.C.D T..
No. 142M1987
EN 61000-6-4,
AS/NZS
Korea
2064
Certification
(Class A).
-
-
CL.1, Zone 2,
GP. IIC, T..
Ta:..
FM-/ATEX approval: For temperature information "T.." or the maximum ambient temperature
"Ta:..", refer to the type plate.
Table 8- 2
Mechanical stability
Device type SCALANCE
IEC 60068-2-6 vibration
IEC 60068-2-27 shock
X204RNA
5 – 9 Hz: 3.5 mm
15 g , 6 ms duration
9 – 500 Hz: 1g
6 shocks per axis
1 octave/min, 20 sweeps
X204RNA EEC
5 – 9 Hz: 3.5 mm
15 g , 11 ms duration
9 – 150 Hz: 1 g
6 shocks per axis
10 cycles per axis
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Technical specifications
Table 9- 1
Construction
Device type
Dimensions (W x H x D) in
mm
SCALANCE
45 x 100 x 87
X204RNA EEC
230
+
70 x 147 x 123
780
+
(without protective bracket)
(without protective bracket)
Wall mounting with DIN rail
possible
70 x 189 x 123
800
(with protective bracket)
(with protective bracket)
Ports
Device type
SCALANCE
Connectors end
devices or network
components via
twisted pair
Connections for end
devices or network
components via FO
cable
RJ-45 jacks with MDI
X pinning 100 Mbps
full duplex
Duplex LC connector
(with SFP module)
X204RNA
X204RNA EEC
Table 9- 3
Installation options
- DIN rail
- Wall mounting
X204RNA
Table 9- 2
Weight in grams
Connectors for the
power supply
Connectors for the
signaling contact
Plug-in terminal block
Plug-in terminal block
4
-
1 x 4-pin
1 x 2-pin
2+2
max. 2
1 x 3-pin
1 x 3-pin
Electrical data
Device type
Supply voltage
[tolerance range]
Power loss
(typ.)
Current consumption
(typ.)
Overvoltage protection
at input
X204RNA
2 x 24 VDC SELV (Safety
Extra Low Voltage)
[19.2 .. 28.8 VDC]
3.5 W at 24 VDC
150 mA at 24 VDC
Fuse 2 A FF, can only
be replaced in factory
X204RNA EEC
1 x 24 VDC
(24 .. 250 VDC)
[19.2 .. 300 VDC]
6 W at 240 VAC
110 mA at 240 VAC
25 mA at 250 VDC
Fuse 1.25 A, can only
be replaced in factory
SCALANCE
or
150 mA at 100 VAC
250 mA at 24 VDC
1x 240 VDC
(50/60 Hz)
Overvoltage category II
(100 .. 240 VAC)
[85 .. 276 VAC]
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Table 9- 4
Signaling contact
Device type
Voltage for the
signaling contact
SCALANCE
Current through the
signaling contact
Contact type
Connectors for the
signaling contact
X204RNA
Max. 24 VDC
max. 100 mA
NC contact
1 x 2-pin
X204RNA EEC
max. 240 VAC
max. 100 mA
Changeover contact
1 x 3-pin
Table 9- 5
Permitted cable lengths (copper)
Device type
SCALANCE
0 - 55 m
IE TP torsion cable with IE
FC RJ-45 Plug 180 or
0 - 45 m IE TP torsion
cable with IE outlet
RJ-45 + 10 m TP cord
0 - 85 m
IE FC TP marine / trailing /
flexible / FRNC / festoon / food
cable with IE FC RJ-45 Plug
180
or
0 - 75 m IE FC TP marine /
trailing / flexible / FRNC /
festoon / food cable + 10 m TP
cord over IE FC outlet RJ-45
0 - 100 m
IE FC TP standard cable
with IE FC RJ-45 plug 180
or
over IE FC outlet RJ-45 with
0 90 m IE FC TP standard
cable + 10 m TP cord
X204RNA
+
+
+
X204RNA EEC
+
+
+
Table 9- 6
Permitted cable lengths (fiber-optic)
SFP modules only for
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
0 - 3,000 m
Glass FO cable
62.5/125 µm multimode
glass fiber
0 - 26,000 m
Glass FO cable 10/125 µm
single mode fiber
0 - 70,000 m
Glass FO cable 10/125 µm
single mode fiber
SFP module SFP991-1
+
-
-
SFP module SFP991-1LD
-
+
-
SFP module SFP991-1LH+
-
-
+
Table 9- 7
Degree of protection and MTBF
Device type
SCALANCE
Degree of protection
MTBF
X204RNA
IP20
92.45 years
X204RNA EEC
IP20
67.64 years
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Table 9- 8
Switching properties
Device type
SCALANCE
Max. number of
learnable addresses
Aging time
Switching technique
Latency
X204RNA
1023
30 seconds
"Store and forward"
15 - 135 µs
With HSR device:
With HSR device:
Cut-through between
the ring ports HSR 1
and HSR 2.
9 µs (regardless of
frame length)
"Store and forward"
15 - 135 µs
With HSR device:
With HSR device:
Cut-through between
the ring ports HSR 1
and HSR 2.
9 µs (regardless of
frame length)
X204RNA EEC
Table 9- 9
1023
30 seconds
Permitted ambient conditions
Device type
SCALANCE
Operating temperature
Storage/transportatio
n temperature
Relative humidity
in operation
Operating altitude at max. xx°C
ambient temperature
X204RNA
-40 ℃ to +60 °C
-40 ℃ to +70 °C
‹ 95 %
2000 m at max. 56 °C
(no condensation)
3000 m at max. 50 °C
‹ 95 %
2000 m at max. 56 °C
(no condensation)
3000 m at max. 50 °C
X204RNA EEC
-40 ℃ to +70 °C
-40 ℃ to +70 °C
(up to +85 °C / max. 16
h)
Note
Note the orientation of the installed SCALANCE X204RNA and X204RNA EEC
If a SCALANCE X204RNA or X204RNA EEC are mounted on a vertical rail, an ambient
temperature of maximum +40 °C is permitted.
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Accessories and compatible devices
10.1
Table 10- 1
Accessories
Accessories and order numbers
System manual "Industrial Ethernet
Network Manual"
Order number
Available for SCALANCE
6GK1970 1BA10 0AA0
All
Only available here:
(http://support.automation.siemens.com
/WW/view/en/27069465/)
IE cables and accessories
IE FC Stripping Tool
6GK1901-1GA00
All
IE FC blade cassettes
6GK1901-1GB00
All
IE FC TP standard cable GP
6XV1840-2AH10
All
IE FC TP trailing cable
6XV1840-3AH10
All
IE FC TP marine cable
6XV1840-4AH10
All
IE FC TP trailing cable GP
6XV1870-2D
All
IE FC TP flexible cable GP
6XV1870-2B
All
IE FC FRNC cable GP
6XV1871-2F
All
IE TP ground cable
6XV1871-2G
All
IE FC TP festoon cable GP
6XV1871-2S
All
IE TP train cable
6XV1871-2T
All
IE FC TP food cable
6XV1871-2L
All
IE TP torsion cable
6XV1870-2F
All
Energy cable 2 x 0.75
6XV1812-8A
All
IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180 pack of 1
6GK1901 1BB10 2AA0
All
IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180 pack of 10
6GK1901 1BB10 2AB0
All
IE FC RJ-45 Plug 180 pack of 50
6GK1901 1BB10 2AE0
All
IE FC outlet RJ-45
6GK1901-1FC00-0AA0
All
0.5 m
6XV1870-3QE30
All
1.0 m
6XV1870-3QH10
All
2.0 m
6XV1870-3QH20
All
6.0 m
6XV1870-3QH60
All
10 m
6XV1870-3QN10
All
TP cord RJ-45/RJ-45
SFP module
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Accessories and compatible devices
10.1 Accessories
Order number
Available for SCALANCE
SFP991-1 multimode glass up to 3 km
6GK5991-1AD00-8AA0
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
SFP991-1LD monomode glass up to
26 km
6GK5991-1AF00-8AA0
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
SFP991-1LH+ monomode glass up to
70 km
6GK5991-1AE00-8AA0
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
MM robust cable (50/125) (900 μm)
6XV1873-2R
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
SM robust cable (4x19/125) (900 µm)
6XV1843-2R
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
MM LC duplex plug
6GK1 901-0RB10-2AB0
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
SM LC duplex plug
6GK1 901-0SB10-2AB0
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
6GK1900-0AB00
X-200RNA
6GK1711-1EW12-0AA0
All
Glass fibers
Other hardware
C-PLUG
Software
SOFTNET-IE RNA
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10.2 PRP-compatible devices
10.2
PRP-compatible devices
PRP-compatible devices
The devices listed below are compatible for use in PRP networks. You can process frames
with excess length of up to 1532 bytes (oversize frames).
Table 10- 2
PRP-compatible devices
Product
Order number
As of version *
SCALANCE XB004-1, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5004-1BD00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB004-1LD, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5004-1BF00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB004-1G, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100/1000
Mbps
6GK5004-1GL00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB004-1LDG, unmanaged IE switch for
10/100/1000 Mbps
6GK5004-1GM00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE X005, IE Entry Level-Switch unmanaged
6GK5005-0BA00-1AA3
ES:07
SCALANCE XB005, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5005-0BA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE X005-TS, IE Entry Level-Switch unmanaged, -40 °C 6GK5005-0BA00-1CA3
+75 °C
ES:07
SCALANCE XB005G, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100/1000
Mbps
6GK5005-0GA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB008, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100 Mbps
6GK5008-0BA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE XB008G, unmanaged IE switch for 10/100/1000
Mbps
6GK5008-0GA00-1AB2
ES: 01
SCALANCE X104-2, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5104-2BB00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X106-1, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5106-1BB00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X108, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5108-0BA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X108POE, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5108-0PA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X112-2, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5112-2BB00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X116, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5116-0BA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X124, unmanaged IE switch
6GK5124-0BA00-2AA3
ES: 01
SCALANCE X200-4P IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5200-4AH00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X201-3P IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5201-3BH00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X201-3P IRT PRO, managed IE switch
6GK5201-3JR00-2BA6
V1.0
SCALANCE X202-2IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5202-2BB00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X202-2P IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5202-2BH00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE X202-2P IRT PRO
6GK5202-2JR00-2BA6
V1.0
SCALANCE XF204 managed IE switch
6GK5204-0BA00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X204IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5204-0BA00-2BA3
V1.0
SCALANCE XF204IRT, managed IE switch
6GK5204-0BA00-2BF2
V1.0
SCALANCE X204IRT PRO
6GK5204-0JA00-2BA6
V1.0
SCALANCE X204-2, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BB10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X204-2TS, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BB10-2CA2
V4.4
SCALANCE X204RNA
6GK5204-0BA00-2KB2
V1.0
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10.2 PRP-compatible devices
Product
Order number
As of version *
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC
6GK5204-0BS00-3LA3 / 6GK52040BS00-3PA3
V1.0
RUGGEDCOM RS950G, managed PRP Redundancy Box
6GK6095-0GS1-... ("..." means,
depending on combination)
V3.11.1
6GK6095-0GS2-...("..." means,
depending on combination)
RUGGEDCOM RNA Module, managed PRP Redundancy Box
6GK60302EM200AA0 /
6GK60302EM200AA1 /
6GK60302EM100AA0 /
6GK60302EM100AA1
V1.0
SCALANCE XF204-2, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BC00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X204-2LD, managed IE switch
6GK5204-2BC10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X206-1, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BB10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X206-2LD, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BC00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE XF206-1, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BC00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X206-2LD, managed IE switch
6GK5206-1BC10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE XF208, managed IE switch
6GK5208-0BA00-2AF2
V4.4
SCALANCE X208, managed IE switch
6GK5208-0BA10-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X208PRO, managed IE switch
6GK5208-0HA10-2AA6
V4.5
SCALANCE X212, managed IE switch
6GK5212-2BB00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X212-LD, managed IE switch
6GK5212-2BC00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X216, managed IE switch
6GK5216-0BA00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X224, managed IE switch
6GK5224-0BA00-2AA3
V4.4
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC
6GK5302-7GD00-1EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC redundant power supply unit
6GK5302-7GD00-2EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-1GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 24 VDC redundant power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-2GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit
6GK5302-7GD00-3EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant
power supply unit
6GK5302-7GD00-4EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-3GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X302-7EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant
power supply unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5302-7GD00-4GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 24 VDC power supply unit
6GK5307-2FD00-1EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 24 VDC redundant power supply unit
6GK5307-2FD00-2EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC,24 VDC power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-1GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC,24 VDC redundant power supply unit;
CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-2GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit
6GK5307-2FD00-3EA3
V3.7.0
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Product
Order number
As of version *
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC power supply
unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-3GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant
power supply unit
6GK5307-2FD00-4EA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-2EEC, 100 ... 240 VAC/VDC redundant
power supply unit; CONFORMAL COATING
6GK5307-2FD00-4GA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X304-2FE, managed IE switch
6GK5304-2BD00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X306-1LDFE , managed IE switch
6GK5306-1BF00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-3, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5307-3BL00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X307-3LD, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5307-3BM00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FL00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2LD, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FM00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2LH, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FN00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2LH+, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5308-2FP00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X310-FE, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5310-0BA00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X310, managed PLUS IE switch
6GK5310-0FA00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X320-1FE, managed IE switch
6GK5320-1BD00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X320-3LDFE, managed IE switch
6GK5320-3BF00-2AA3
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2M , managed IE switch
6GK5308-2GG00-2AA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2M TS, managed IE switch
6GK5308-2GG00-2CA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE X308-2M POE, managed IE switch
6GK5308-2QG00-2AA2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 24 VDC, cable
outlet front
6GK5324-0GG00-1AR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 24 VDC, cable
outlet rear
6GK5324-0GG00-1HR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 230 VAC, cable
outlet front
6GK5324-0GG00-3AR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-12M, managed IE switch, 230 VAC, cable
outlet rear
6GK5324-0GG00-3HR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 1 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet front
6GK5324-4GG00-1ER2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 2 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet front
6GK5324-4GG00-2ER2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 1 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet rear
6GK5324-4GG00-1JR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M EEC, managed IE switch, 2 X 24 VDC,
cable outlet rear
6GK5324-4GG00-2JR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M POE, managed IE switch, 24 VDC,
cable outlet front
6GK5324-4QG00-1AR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M POE, managed IE switch, 24 VDC,
cable outlet rear
6GK5324-4QG00-1HR2
V3.7.0
SCALANCE XR324-4M POE TS, managed IE switch, 24 VDC
6GK5324-4QG00-1CR2
V3.7.x
SCALANCE XR324-12M TS, managed IE switch, 24 VDC, cable 6GK5324-0GG00-1CR2
outlet front
V3.7.2
SCALANCE X408-2, modular IE switch
V3.7.0
6GK5408-2FD00-2AA2
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Accessories and compatible devices
10.2 PRP-compatible devices
Product
Order number
As of version *
SCALANCE X414-3E, modular IE switch
6GK5414-3FC00-2AA2
V3.7.0
COMPACT SWITCH MODULE CSM 1277
6GK7277-1AA10-0AA0
ES: 01
COMPACT SWITCH MODULE CSM 377
6GK7377-1AA00-0AA0
ES: 01
SCALANCE XR552-12M, managed IE-Switch
6GK5552-0AA00-2AR2
ES: 1.0
SCALANCE XR528-6M, managed IE-Switch
6GK5528-0AA00-2AR2
ES: 1.0
CP 343-1 Lean
6GK7343-1CX10-0XE0
V2.4
CP 343-1 Bacnet
6FL4 343-1CX10-0XE0
V1.1
CP 343-1
6GK7343-1EX30-0XE0
V2.4
CP 343-1 Advanced
6GK7343-1GX30-0XE0
V1.2
CP 343-1 Advanced
6GK7343-1GX31-0XE0
V3.0
CP 443-1 Advanced
6GK7443-1GX20-0XE0
V2.1
CP 443-1 Advanced
6GK7443-1GX30-0XE0
V3.0
CP 443-1
6GK7443-1EX20-0XE0
V2.1
CP 443-1
6GK7443-1EX30-0XE0
V3.0
CP 443-1 RNA
6GK7443-1RX00-0XE0
V1.0
CP 442-1 RNA
6GK7442-1RX00-0XE0
V1.0
* Information about the product version (ES) or the firmware version (V) as of which PRP is supported.
The devices listed above are not suitable for use in rings in which the "High-availability
Seamless Redundancy Protocol" (HSR) is used. Only devices equipped with HSR interfaces
can be used in HSR rings.. Devices without HSR capability, must be connected to the
HSR ring by an HSR version of the SCALANCE X-200RNA.
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SCALANCE X204RNA, front view
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SCALANCE X204RNA, side view
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SCALANCE X204RNA EEC, front view
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SCALANCE X204RNA EEC, side view
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Index
A
F
Approvals, 9
ATEX, 14, 127
Autonegotiation, 30, 35, 112
Factory Defaults, 75
Fault mask, 88
FM approval, 127
B
G
BOOTP, 93
Glossary, 11
Group Name, 99, 101
C
Connector pinout
SCALANCE X204RNA, 23, 29
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC, 34
Contact, 10
C-Tick approval, 128
C-Tick mark, 9
D
DCP, 93
Declaration of conformity, 125
Default gateway, 93
DHCP, 66, 93
Displays
Fault display, 41, 43
Port status indication, 42, 44
Power display, 41, 44
H
Hazardous (Ex) area, 14
HTTPS Only, 93
I
IP address, 66, 93
Configuration options, 66
K
Kc approval, 128
L
LED simulation, 69
E
M
E-mail, 93
E-mail address, 105
EMC directive, 126
Error
Bad Frames, 120
CRC, 120
Dropped L2, 120
Oversize, 120
Undersize, 120
MAC address, 93
MDI / MDIX autocrossover function, 30, 35
N
NCM PC, 66
Network topology, 17, 19
High-availability Redundancy Ring, 20
Parallel Redundancy Protocol, 18
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Index
P
U
Ping, 94
Port
Port configuration, 112
Possible attachments
SCALANCE X204RNA, 27
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC, 31
SCALANCE X204RNA EEC (PRP/HSR), 32
UL approval
to UL 508, 128
to UL 60950, 128
UL mark, 9
User Name, 101
UTC time, 109
R
Redundancy error, 41, 43
Refresh, 71
Repeat, 94
Restart, 75
RFC
RFC 1518, 64
RFC 1519, 64
W
Web Based Management, 62
S
Safety notices, 13
Security level, 99
Set Value, 71
SIMATIC NET glossary, 11
SMTP server IP address, 105
SMTP Server Port, 105
SNMP, 95
SNMP trap, 97
SNTP, 93
SSH, 93
Statistics, 115
STEP 7, 66
Subnet mask, 65, 93
Support, 10
Switch
Switch Forwarding Database, 114
Syslog, 93, 106
T
TELNET, 93
Time of day
SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol), 108
Time zone, 109
Time-of-day synchronization, 108
UTC time, 109
Time zone, 109
Timeout, 102
Training, 10
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