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Avaya
Installation Guide
Avaya P114F
STACKABLE SWITCH
Preface
Important information
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK AND FIRE
1. All servicing should be undertaken ONLY by qualified personnel. The parts inside the unit
CANNOT be serviced or repaired by the end user. Please call your service representative
for assistance.
2. Do NOT plug in, turn on or attempt to operate a damaged unit.
3. Ensure that the chassis ventilation slots in the unit are NOT BLOCKED.
4. Replace a “blown” fuse only with the same type and rating as is marked on the safety label
adjacent to the power inlet housing the fuse.
5. DO NOT operate the unit in a location where the maximum ambient temperature exceeds
50ºC.
6. Be sure to unplug the power supply cord from the wall socket BEFORE attempting to
remove and/or check the main power fuse.
PRECAUTIONS DE SECURITÉ
AVERTISSEMENT – POUR RÉDUIRE LE RISQUE DE CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE ET D’INCENDIE
1. Tout entretien doit être fait UNIQUEMENT par un personnel de service qualifié. Aucun
élément ne peut être réparé par un particulier.
2. NE PAS brancher, allumer ou essayer de faire fonctionner une unité sur laquelle un doute
existe quant à son bon fonctionnement.
3. S’assurer que les ouvertures d’aération du châssis dans l’appareil NE SONT PAS
OBSTRUEES..
4. Remplacer un fusible défaillant UNIQUEMENT par un modèle du même type suivant les
recommandations indiquées sur l’étiquette de securité posée dans le logement du fusible.
5. NE PAS faire fonctionner l’appareil dans un endroit où la temperature dépasse les 50ºC.
6. S’assurer de débrancher l’alimentation électrique AVANT toute manipulation sur le fusible
principal.
SICHERHEITSVORKEHRUNG
ACHTUNG – ZUR VERHINDERUNG DES RISIKOS VON ELEKTRISCHEM SCHLAG UND FEUER
1. Die Geräte enthalten keine Bauteile, die außerhalb des Avaya Servicezentrums gewartet
oder repariert werden können. Die Wartung darf NUR von qualifiziertem, technischem
Personal durchgeführt werden.
2. NIEMALS ein beschädigtes Gerät einschalten, oder versuchen es zu bedienen.
3. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die Chassis Ventilationsöffnungen des Gerätes NICHT
BLOCKIERT sind.
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Preface
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Safety Instructions
Austauschen einer durchgebrannten Sicherung NUR mit der gleichen Sorte und
Belastbarkeit wie sie auf der Sicherheitsaufschrift markiert ist. Die Aufschrift befindet sich
neben der Stromzufuhr wo sich auch der Sicherungskasten befindet.
Bedienen Sie das Gerät NICHT an einer Stelle an der die Umgebungstemperatur 50ºC
übersteigt.
Ziehen Sie das Netzkabel raus, BEVOR Sie versuchen die Hauptsicherung zu kontrollieren
oder auszutauschen.
P114F Stackable Switch Installation Guide
Chapter 1
Overview
This guide is divided into two sections:
• Overview: A general description of the features of the Avaya P114F Stackable
Switch.
• Installation: Instructions for getting the P114F Stackable Switch and P110 stack
up and running, rack mounting, and a description of its front panel indicators.
Description
The P114F is part of the P110 Switching System family of switches. The P110
family is composed of high-performance switches which may be used singly or
stacked in any combination to make up a multi-protocol, non-blocking, scaleable
switch.
The P114F is a backbone switch with 8 Fast Ethernet (100BASE-FX) ports. The
switch can be used as a collapsed backbone, to link to P113F units in workgroup
P110 stacks. The 100 Mbps ports can also be used for server connections in noisy
environments, remote high performance workstations (2 km link lengths are
possible in Full Duplex), or to link to another P114F.
The P114F can operate standalone or as part of a stack. A stack requires a
P110 NMA to link the switches. The units are physically linked using the P110
Exoplane, which makes up a multi-gigabit, non-blocking backplane. Any
combination of two, three or four P110 switches can be stacked, and up to 32,000
MAC addresses per stack are supported.
All ports can run at full or half duplex. The P114F ports can use Avaya’s flow
control mechanism to eliminate packet loss. An automatic fairness mechanism
ensures that all ports gain fair access to the P110 Exoplane even at very high
network utilization. Congestion management works both on full and half duplex
ports, and ensures no packet loss should the buffers become saturated during peak
load conditions.
An enhanced link status indication may be obtained via Far End Fault Indication
(FEFI). A redundant power supply (P110 BUPS) may be used for additional fault
tolerance.
P110 switches are fully manageable using CajunView or MSNM, and may be
monitored using the SMON Manager Switch Monitoring Application.
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Chapter 2
Installation
The procedure for getting the P114F up and running depends on whether the
switch is to operate standalone or as part of a stack.
First, attach the adhesive rubber feet to the base of the P110 switch. If the switch is
to be rack mounted, do not attach the feet.
Standalone Operation - Plug ‘n’ Play
Getting the P110 switch working is quick and easy:
1. Connect the power cable to the switch.
2. Connect the cables to the front panel ports.
The switch is now fully operational. By default, all ports will operate in half
duplex mode.
To ensure proper ventilation, ensure that the P110 NMA slot is closed.
Stacking Operation
To make the P114F work as part of a stack (and to give SNMP management
capabilities to a single P114F), a P110 NMA with the correct software version is
required. See the P114F Stackable Switch Release Notes for the required version.
You should make sure the P110 NMA has the latest agent software. To check what
software version you have, see the agent configuration window in CajunView,
MSNM, or see the setup main menu of the P110 NMA.
1. Before adding a switch to the P110 stack, turn off the main power to the stack,
by individually switching off each switch
2. Place the P110 NMA in the top switch of the stack.
3. If the P110 NMA contains the latest software version, go to step 4.
If the P110 NMA does not contain the latest agent software, you should
perform a software download of the latest version The latest software is in
always shipped with the P110 NMA. See the P110 NMA Read Me First
document for details.
Download is performed via TFTP using a Terminal console or via the timed
Download application from your management station– details can be found in
the P110 NMA installation Guide.
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4.
Before you download the new P110 NMA software, please note that when
upgrading from P110 NMA version 8.0 or below to 8.1 or higher, all port
configuration parameter settings will be lost. The following parameters will be
set back to the factory defaults:
In the P114T the Port Speed (10/100 Mbps) parameter will be set to 100 Mbps.
The Port Mode (Half/Full Duplex) parameter, will be set to Half Duplex.
Redundancy in the P113F will be set to OFF.
The Auto Sense (Auto-negotiation) process, where available, will be set to
Disabled.
All ports will lose their VLAN assignment and will be reassigned to Generic
VLAN.
The Administration Status of all P110 switches will be Enabled. In order to
avoid any possible loops, any port that you disabled using the management
software must be physically disconnected before software download. Once
you have downloaded the new software, set the port to disabled again and
then reconnect the cable.
Place the P114F in the stack. The P110 NMA must be in the top switch of the
stack.
To ensure proper ventilation, ensure that all empty P110 NMA slots in the stack
are closed.
5. Connect P110 switches using the supplied P110 Exoplane cables, as shown in
Figure 1. A switch connects to its upper neighbor through two Exoplane cable,
and to its lower neighbor through another two Exoplane cables.
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Preliminary Settings
Make sure that the P110 Exoplane cables are correctly seated by gently
exerting pressure on the back of the connector.
Cabling Requirements:
• For correct operation, the P110 Exoplane must be fully connected, with all
units powered up. In case units are stacked, the P110 NMA must be installed
and connected to the P110 Exoplane.
Failure to observe this requirement will cause the units to block all traffic on
attached stations and segments.
• When using the P114T or P114F in the stack, make sure all switches in the
stack are connected using P110 Exoplane cables with white connectors and
marked C/S:B (part number 108362203). Extra cables can be ordered from
your local Avaya representative.
Figure 1
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Rear view of a P110 switch stack, showing how the switches are linked via
the P110 Exoplane cables. A P110 NMA resides in the uppermost switch.
Two terminators are supplied with the P110 NMA. Insert the two terminators
into the lowest two connectors at the bottom of the stack, as shown in Figure 1.
Turn on the mains power to the stack, by individually switching on each
switch.
Connect the fiber-optic cables to the front panel ports.
Notes:
• If the P110 NMA in the stack contains the correct software version (as specified
in the P114F Stackable Switch Release Note) or higher, the stack is now fully
operational.
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When a new version of the P110 NMA software becomes available, you should
perform software download to benefit from the extra capabilities provided.
See the P110 NMA Installation Guide for details.
Rack Mounting
P110 switches slot into a standard 19-inch rack.
Remove the rubber feet from the base of any switch that is to be rack mounted.
Place the switches in the rack, and then connect the P110 Exoplane, as follows:
1. Snap open the ends of the front panel to reveal the fixing holes.
2. Slot the switch into the rack. Insert the switches into the rack so that the
switches in a logical stack lie directly on top of each other. Ensure that the P110
screw holes are aligned with the rack hole positions exactly as shown in Figure
3. Stacking them in this way will allow the switches to be easily connected
using the P110 Exoplane cables.
3. Secure the switch in the rack using the screws. Use one screw on each side. Do
not overtighten the screws to avoid damaging the plastic.
4. Connect the P110 Exoplane cables, as described above, and as illustrated in
Figure 1.
5. Snap closed the hinged ends of the front panel.
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Figure 2
Preliminary Settings
P110 rack mounting arrangement
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Diagnostics
Table 1 and Table 2 explain the meaning of the P114F Stackable Switch diagnostic
LED indicators.
Figure 3
The P114F Stackable Switch Front Panel LEDs and Buttons
1
PWR NMA RED
2
LNK COL Tx
3
4
Rx
5
6
7
8
FDX FC 100 M
NMA
Table 1
Button
Meaning of the P114F Stackable Switch Front Panel Buttons
Function
Meaning
Select
The buttons determine what function will be displayed by the 8
Port LEDs (the top row of LEDs).
The seven Function LEDs (above the Select buttons) show which
function is currently displayed by the Port LEDs. The Port LEDs can
display either Link, Collision, Transmit, Receive, Full Duplex, Flow
Control or 100 M status.
If, for example, the Link (LNK) LED is lit then LEDs 1 to 8 will
display the Link status of every port.
Press the left or right button to toggle the Port LED display between
functions.
Reset
Press Reset to return a malfunctioning switch to proper operation.
Press and hold both buttons simultaneously for a second or more to
reset the entire P110 stack. Upon Reset, all LED indicators turn on.
Pressing Reset does not affect configuration settings.
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Table 2
Preliminary Settings
Meaning of the P114F Stackable Switch front panel LEDs
LED Indicator
Function
Status
Meaning
PWR
Power
OFF
ON
Blink
Mains power not connected
Mains power connected
Working on back-up power supply
NMA
Agent
OFF
ON
No agent in switch
Switch contains an active agent
RED NMA
Reserved for future use
Port
LEDs
1 to 8
Each LED can display one of the following functions: Link, Collision,
Transmit, Receive, Full Duplex, Flow Control or 100 M states,
depending on what has been selected using the Select buttons.
Function LED
Port LED
LNK
Link status
OFF
ON
Blink once
Blink
twice
Port Disabled
Port is enabled and link is OK
Link Test Fail.
Partition.
COL
Collision
OFF
ON
No Collision
Collision occurred on line
Tx
Transmit to
line
OFF
ON
No activity
Data transmitted
Rx
Receive
from line
OFF
ON
No activity
Data Received
FDX
Half/Full
duplex*
OFF
ON
Port in Half Duplex mode
Port in Full Duplex mode
FC
Flow
control*
OFF
ON
Flow Control Inactive
Flow Control Active
100 M
Port speed
OFF
ON
(Not applicable)
100 Mbps
*Half/Full duplex and Flow control are set via management.
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Document number: 130006 Rev. A
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