S5800 Series Installation Guide

S5800 Series Installation Guide
Fiberstore S5800 Series Routing
Switch Installation Guide
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Contents
Chapter 1 Product Introduction.......................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Product Model................................................................................................................................ 2
1.2 Front Panel (S5800-24/48T)............................................................................................................ 2
1.3 Front Panel (S5800-24/48F)............................................................................................................ 3
1.4 Rear Panel (S5800-24T/48T/24F/48F)............................................................................................ 3
1.5 FS S5800 Network Uplink Module Introduction............................................................................ 4
1.6 FS S5800 Series Switch LED Introduction.....................................................................................4
Chapter 2 Switch Installation.............................................................................................................................. 7
2.1 Preparation for Installation............................................................................................................. 7
2.1.1 Safety Precaution.........................................................................................................................7
2.1.2 Installation Site.............................................................................................................................7
2.1.3 Installation Tools.......................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 Installation....................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2.1 Introduction of Front and Rear Mounting Brackets................................................................... 9
2.2.2 Install the Switch with Front Mounting Brackets and a Rack Tray............................................ 10
2.2.3 Install the Switch with Front and Rear Mounting Brackets........................................................11
2.2.4 Install the Switch on a Workbench..............................................................................................13
2.2.5 Installing Uplink Network Module............................................................................................... 13
2.2.6 Installation and Removal of Power Module................................................................................ 14
2.2.7 Installation of Fan Module........................................................................................................... 15
2.3 Grounding Connection.................................................................................................................... 15
2.4 Power Wire Connection.................................................................................................................. 16
2.4.1 AC Power Wire Connection......................................................................................................... 16
2.4.2 DC Power Wire Connection......................................................................................................... 16
Chapter 3 Interface Module and Cable Connection Description......................................................... 18
3.1 Interface Module Description......................................................................................................... 18
3.1.1 Ethernet Port................................................................................................................................ 18
3.1.2 Console Port................................................................................................................................ 18
Chapter 4 Initial Power-on and Start-up of Switch............................................................................................ 19
4.1 Building Configuration Platform and Connecting Cable............................................................... 19
4.2 Setting Terminal Parameter (Windows Super Terminal)............................................................... 19
4.3 Setting Terminal Parameter (SecureCRT from VanDyke Software).............................................. 22
4.4 Switch Power-on............................................................................................................................. 24
Chapter 5 Switch Software Loading................................................................................................................... 25
Chapter 6 Upgrade of Operating System........................................................................................................... 26
Chapter 7 Maintenance and Troubleshooting.................................................................................................... 27
7.1 Loading Failure Processing............................................................................................................ 27
7.2 User Password Lost....................................................................................................................... 27
7.3 Power System Troubleshooting..................................................................................................... 27
7.4 Configuration System Troubleshooting......................................................................................... 27
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List of Tables
Table 1-1 FS S5800 Series of Routing Switch Models...................................................................................... 2
Table 2-1 Temperature/Humidity Requirements................................................................................................ 7
Table 2-2 Dust Content Requirements in Switch Room.................................................................................... 8
Table 2-3 Harmful Gas Threshold in the Equipment Room............................................................................... 8
Table 3-1 RJ-45 to DB-9 Cable Sequence......................................................................................................... 18
List of Figures
Figure 1-1 FS S5800 Series Switch.................................................................................................................. 1
Figure 1-2 Front Panel Sketch Map of S5800-24/48T...................................................................................... 2
Figure 1-3 Front Panel Sketch Map of S5800-24/48F...................................................................................... 3
Figure 1-4 Rear Panel Sketch Map of S5800-24T/48T/24F/48F...................................................................... 3
Figure 2-1 Appearance Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets.................................................................. 9
Figure 2-2 Appearance Sketch Map of Rear Mounting Brackets................................................................... 10
Figure 2-3 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets.................................................................... 10
Figure 2-4 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets with Tray..................................................... 10
Figure 2-5 Installation Sketch Map of Rear Mounting Brackets..................................................................... 11
Figure 2-6 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets.................................................................... 11
Figure 2-7 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets(To the Rack).............................................. 12
Figure 2-8 Installation Sketch Map of the Rear Mounting Brackets............................................................... 12
Figure 2-9 Installation Sketch Map of the Foot Pads...................................................................................... 13
Figure 2-10 Installation Sketch Map of AC Power Module............................................................................. 14
Figure 2-11 Grounding Installation Sketch When a Grounding Bar is in Switch Room................................. 15
Figure 2-12 Sketch Map of the AC Power Wire Connection........................................................................... 16
Figure 2-13 Install the DC Power Wire to the Connector................................................................................. 16
Figure 2-14 Insert the DC Connector to Switch............................................................................................... 17
Figure 2-15 Connect the DC Power Wire to Power Source............................................................................ 17
Figure 3-1 DB-9 to RJ-45 Console Cable......................................................................................................... 18
Figure 4-1 Building Local Configuration Platform Through Console Port...................................................... 19
Figure 4-2 New Connection.............................................................................................................................. 19
Figure 4-3 Connection Port Setting.................................................................................................................. 20
Figure 4-4 Port Communication Parameter Setting........................................................................................ 20
Figure 4-5 HyperTerminal Window.................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 4-6 Terminal Emulation Setting............................................................................................................. 21
Figure 4-7 Create a New Quick Connect.......................................................................................................... 22
Figure 4-8 Serial Parameters Setting Interface (Protocol)............................................................................... 22
Figure 4-9 Serial Parameters Setting Interface (Port)...................................................................................... 23
Figure 4-10 Serial Parameters Setting Interface (Baud Rate/Data Bits/Parity/Stop Bits/Flow Control)....... 23
Figure 4-11 Serial Display Interface................................................................................................................. 24
Figure 6-1 Upgrade Operating System............................................................................................................. 26
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Chapter 1 Product Introduction
FS S5800 series of routing switch, layer 3 multi-protocols Gigabit and 10 Gigabit Ethernet switching product is a new
generation of intelligent routing switch designed to meet the requirements for high performance and high reliability. FS S5800
series of routing switch is mainly targeted at customers’ needs for enterprise or carrier network aggregation or access layer.
Hardware support for IPv4 & IPv6 dual stack and rich MPLS features and enhanced multicast and QoS capabilities can provide
customers with a wealth of business features and routing functions, as well as hardware-based security features.
The FS S5800 Series switch provides high port density with 48GE fixed port and adopts flexible modular design to support
maximum 4 x 10G uplinks.
The FS S5800 Series Switch (Figure 1-1) includes four base configurations: FS S5800-48T/S5800-24T/S5800-48F/ FS S5800-24F,
and provides three uplink modules NM-4SFP+/NM-2SFP+/NM-4SFP (Only for S5800-48T & S5800-24T).
Figure 1-1 FS S5800 Series Switch
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1.1 Product Model
Table 1-1 FS S5800 Series of Routing Switch Models
Model
Description
S5800-48T
 Standard 1U 19’’ rack mountable
 48x10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet Port
 Modular Uplink
S5800-24T
 Standard 1U 19’’ rack mountable
 24x10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet Port
 Modular Uplink
S5800-48F
 Standard 1U 19’’ rack mountable
 48x100/1000Base-X SFP Ethernet Port
 Modular Uplink
S5800-24F
 Standard 1U 19’’ rack mountable
 48x100/1000Base-X SFP Ethernet Port
 Modular Uplink
S5800-NM-4SFP+
 Uplink Module for S5800 Series
 4 x 10G SFP+ Ethernet Port (S5800-48T&S5800-24T support
1GE SFP optical module, combo with last RJ45 ports)
S5800-NM-2SFP+
 Uplink Module for S5800 Series
 2 x 10G SFP+ Ethernet Port (S5800-48T&S5800-24T support
1GE SFP optical module, combo with last RJ45 ports)
S5800-NM-4SFP
 Uplink Module for FS S5800 Series
 4x1000Base-X SFP Ethernet Port (Only for S5800-48T&S5800-24T)
1.2 Front Panel (FS S5800-24/48T)
Figure 1-2 Front Panel Sketch Map of S5800-24/48T
1: 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet Ports
2: 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet Ports Status LED
3: SFP or SFP+ Network Uplink Card
4: SFP or SFP+ Network Uplink Ports Status LED
5: SFP or SFP+ Network Uplink Ports
6: Airflow Input Holes
7: Management Ethernet Interface
8: RJ-45 Console Port
9: USB Interface (Extend Flash Memory)
10: System Status LED (SYS)
11: Fan LED (FAN)
12: Power Supply 1 LED (PWR1)
13: Power Supply 2 LED (PWR2)
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1.3 Front Panel (FS S5800-24/48F)
7
6
1
2
8
3
Figure 1-3 Rear Panel Sketch Map of S5800-24/48F
1: 100/1000Base-X SFP Ethernet Ports
2: 100/1000Base-X SFP Ethernet Ports Status LED
3: SFP+ Network Uplink Card
4: SFP+ Network Uplink Ports Status LED
5: SFP+ Network Uplink Ports
6: Airflow Input Holes
7: Management Ethernet Interface
8: RJ-45 Console Port
9: USB Interface (Extend Flash Memory)
10: System Status LED (SYS)
11: Fan LED (FAN)
12: Power Supply 1 LED (PWR1)
13: Power Supply 2 LED (PWR2)
1.4 Rear Panel (S5800-24T/48T/24F/48F)
Figure 1-4 Rear Panel Sketch Map of S5800-24T/48T/24F/48F
1: Grounding Screw
2: Fan Module
3: Fan Module Handle
4: AC or DC Power Supply Module (FRU)
5: Fan of Power Supply Module (FRU)
6: Power Supply Module Handle
7: Blank Panel
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1.5 FS S5800 Network Uplink Module Introduction
Picture
Network Uplink Module
Description
NM-4SFP+
4 x 10G SFP+ Ethernet Port
(S5800-48T&S5800-24T support 1GE
SFP optical module, combo with last 4
RJ45 ports)
NM-2SFP+
2 x 10G SFP+ Ethernet Port
(S5800-48T&S5800-24T support 1GE
SFP optical module, combo with last 2
RJ45 ports)
NM-4SFP
4 x 1000Base-X SFP Ethernet Port (Only
for S5800-48T&S5800-24T)
FS S5800 switch uplink network module does not support hot swappable. If you need to install
or remove the network module, please turn off power of the switch, and then complete the
related operation.
1.6 FS S5800 Series Switch LED Introduction
1.6.1System LED Indicator
Indicator
Status
Green
SYS
Amber
Description
On
System is abnormality.
Blinking Quickly (2Hz)
The system is power on but CPU is not
running.
Blinking Slowly (0.5Hz)
The system is normal running.
Blinking Quickly (2Hz)
The system is in u-boot initiation.
Blinking Slowly (0.5Hz)
The system is in system initiation.
On
The system occurs alarm or error.
Off
No power or system is not running or
abnormality.
-
1.6.2 FAN LED Indicator
Indicator
FAN
Status
Description
Green
On
The fans/fan trays are ok.
Amber
On
Fans are bad.
-
Off
No power or fan trays are absent.
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1.6.3 Power Supply LED Indicator
Indicator
PWR1
PWR2
Status
Description
Green
On
Power supply is ok.
Amber
On
Power supply is abnormality.
-
Off
Power supply is absent or single power
supply is abnormality.
Green
On
Power supply is ok.
Amber
On
Power supply is abnormality.
-
Off
Power supply is absent or single power
supply is supply abnormality.
1.6.4 Ethernet Management Interface LED Indicator
Status
Indicator
On
10/100M port link.
Off
Port not link.
On
Port link.
Blinking
10/100M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
Green(Left)
ETH
Green(Right)
Description
1.6.5 10/100/1000Base-T Indicator(S5800-24/48T)
Status
Indicator
Green
1-24 /1-48
Amber
Description
On
1000M port link.
Blinking
1000M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
On
10/100M port link.
Blinking
10/100M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
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1.6.6 100/1000Base-X SFP Indicator (S5800-24/48F)
Status
Indicator
Green
1-24 /1-48
Amber
Description
On
1000M port link.
Blinking
1000M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
On
100M port link.
Blinking
100M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
1.6.7 100/1000Base-X Indicator (NM-4SFP for S5800-24/48T)
Indicator
Green
1/4
Status
Description
On
1000M port link.
Blinking
1000M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
Status
On
Amber
100M port link.
Blinking
100M packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
1.6.8 10G Base-X SFP+ Indicator (NM-2SFP+/NM-4SFP+)
Indicator
1-2/1-4
Status
Green
Description
On
10G port link.
Blinking
10G packets are receiving or transmitting.
Off
Port not link.
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Chapter 2 Switch Installation
2.1 Preparation for Installation
2.1.1 Safety Precaution
The following precautions should be followed to avoid equipment damage and personal injury caused by improper use.
• Power source should be removed before cleaning switches. Do not use wet rags to wipe switches and clean switches
with liquid.
• Do not place switches near water or in a wet environment, and prevent water or moisture from entering switch chassis.
• Do not place switches on an unstable case or table, since the dropping would cause serious harm to switches.
• Maintain good indoor ventilation and clear air holes of switches.
• Switches shall work normally under correct voltage, so make sure the operating voltage agrees with the voltage marked
on switches.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove its enclosure when a switch is working, and don’t do so at will even if it
is not powered.
• Anti-static gloves must be worn when replacing interface board to prevent static electricity from damaging veneer.
2.1.2 Installation Site
To ensure a normal work environment, FS S5800 series routing switch should have the following requirements for workplace.
• Ensure that there are some spaces at the inlet and outlet of switch for heat dispersion of switch chassis.
• Ensure that rack and working platform have good ventilation and heat dispersion systems.
• Ensure that rack and working platform are firm enough to support the weight of a switch and its accessories for installation
• Ensure rack and working platform are well earthed.
To ensure switches maintain a long-term stable work, the installation workplace should also meet the following requirements.
Temperature Humidity Requirements
To ensure the normal work and service life of switches, certain temperature and humidity should be maintained inside switch
rooms. Longtime higher humidity inside switch rooms may easily lead to poor insulation or even electric leakage of dielectrics
and sometimes cause material changes in mechanical features and corrosion of metal parts; if the relative humidity is lower,
insulation pads could dry shrink to make fastening screws loose. Meanwhile, in the dry climate, lower relative humidity could
easily cause static electricity which will impose harms to the circuit of switch; higher temperature would be even more
harmful, longtime high temperature would accelerate aging process of insulation materials to greatly reduce the reliability of
switches and severely affect their service life.
Table 2-1 Temperature/Humidity Requirements
Item
FS S5850 Series
Temperature
0~45℃
Humidity
10%~95%
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Cleanliness Requirements
Dust is a big hazard to the safe operation of switches. Indoor dust falling on the switch body can cause electrostatic
adsorption to make poor contact of metal connectors or metal contacts. Especially when the indoor relative humidity is lower,
electrostatic adsorption is easily formed, which will not only affect equipment service life, but also easily lead to communication
failure.
Table 2-2 Dust Content Requirements in Switch Room
Substance
Unit
Concentration Limit
Dust
Particle/m3
≤ 3 X 104 (No visible dust on the table top for three days)
Note: The dust particle size is ≥5 μm
Besides dust, there are rigorous limits on the content of harmful substances that can accelerate the corrosion and aging of
metals, such as salts, acids, and sulfides in the air in the equipment room, and the equipment room must be protected against
ingression of harmful gases such as SO2, H2S, NH3, and CI2. For the specific requirement, see the following table.
Table 2-3 Harmful Gas Threshold in the Equipment Room
Gas
Maximum Concentration (mg/m3)
SO2
0.2
H2S
0.006
NH3
0.05
Cl2
0.01
Electromagnetic Susceptibility
Switches may be affected by the interferences from outside the system, which will have an effect on devices through
conduction of capacitance coupling, inductive coupling, electromagnetic wave radiation, common impedance (including
ground system) coupling and wires (power wire, signal wire and output signal wire, etc.). The following attentions should be
paid to:
−AC power supply system is TN system, and AC power socket should be single-phase 3-wire outlet with protective earth (PE)
so that filter circuit on devices can effectively filter interference from electric grid.
−Places where switches work should be kept away from strong-power radio transmitting station, radar transmitting station,
high-frequency high-current devices.
−Electromagnetic shielding should be adopted when necessary, i.e. interface cables use shielded cables.
−Interface cables are required to be arranged indoors instead of outdoors to prevent signal ports of devices from being
damaged by over voltage and over current generated from lightning.
Laser Use Safety
−FS S5800 series of routing switch is Class 1 laser devices.
−Do not stare at the optical interfaces directly when the optional optical interfaces of FS S5800 series of routing switch is
in operating mode, since light beam emitting from fiber has high energy which may be harmful to retina.
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2.1.3 Installation Tools
Prepare the following tools before installation:
• Flathead screwdriver
• Phillips screwdriver
• ESD-preventive wrist strap
The installation tools are not provided with FS S5800 Series Routing Switch.
2.2 Installation
FS S5800 series of switch can be installed in a 19” standard rack in the following 3 ways:
• Install the switch with Front Mounting Brackets and a Rack Tray
• Install the switch with Front and Rear Mounting Brackets
• Install the Switch on a Workbench
2.2.1 Introduction of Mounting Brackets
Front Mounting Brackets
Figure 2-1 Appearance Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets
Description:
(1) Screw hole for fixing Front Mounting Brackets and rack
(2) Screw hole for fixing Front Mounting Brackets and switch
Front Mounting Brackets are only used to fix switches, but unable to bear the weight.
Rear Mounting Brackets
The Rear Mounting Brackets are optional components, and can be used together with Rear Mounting Brackets to bear the
weight of the switch.
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Figure 2-2 Appearance Sketch Map of Rear Mounting Brackets
Description:
(1) Screw hole for fixing Rear Mounting Brackets and rack
(2) Screw guide groove for fixing Rear Mounting Brackets and switch
2.2.2 Install the Switch with Front Mounting Brackets and a Rack Tray
Installation Process
Step 1 Wear ESD-preventive wrist strap, and check the grounding and stability of rack.
Step 2 Fix the tray to a proper position of rack horizontally.
Step 3 Take out screw (complete package with front hangers), and install one end of the Front Mounting Brackets on
switch, as shown in Figure 2-3
.
Figure 2-3 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets
Step 4 Place switch on the tray horizontally, push it slightly into the rack along the tray, and fix the other end of Front
Mounting Brackets upon the front hold strip of rack using screw and its matching floating nut.
Figure 2-4 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets with Tray
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2.2.3 Install the Switch with Front and Rear Mounting Brackets
Installation Process
Step 1 Wear ESD-preventive wrist strap, and check the grounding and stability of rack.
Step 2 Install the Rear Mounting Brackets to the rear of the Rack.
Figure 2-5 Installation Sketch Map of Rear Mounting Brackets
Step 3 Take out screw (complete package with front hangers), and install one end of the Front Mounting Brackets on
switch, as shown in Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-6 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets
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Step 4 To hold and insert the switch to the rack horizontally. Use the screws and its matching floating nut to fix the
Front Mounting Brackets upon the front of rack.
Figure 2-7 Installation Sketch Map of Front Mounting Brackets( To the Rack)
Step 5 In the two sides of the back end of the switch, use the screws to fix the switch by the screw guide groove of the
Rear Mounting Brackets. (Depending on the depth of the switch, use four or six screws.)
Figure 2-8 Installation Sketch Map of the Rear Mounting Brackets
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2.2.4 Install the Switch on a Workbench
In many cases, users do not have a standard 19” rack, so people often place switches on a cleaning working platform.
Such operation is relatively simple, and the only following aspects should be concerned during operation.
Ensure the working platform is stable and well earthed.
A 10 cm space around switch is left for heat dissipation.
Do not place heavy objects on switches.
There are 4 foot pads that come with the device. Paste them onto the bottom near the corners of the switch, as shown below.
Figure 2-9 Installation Sketch Map of the Foot Pads
2.2.5 Installing Uplink Network Module
FS S5800 Series switch supports Extend Uplink Network slot. S5800-24/48T supports 3 uplink modules:
NM-4SFP+/ NM-2SFP+/ NM-4SFP. S5800-24/48F supports 2 uplink modules: NM-4SFP+/ NM-2SFP+.
Network module installation process is as follows.
• Wear the ESD wrist strap, and confirm the anti-static wrist good grounding.
• Disconnect all power connection with switch.
• Network control module is slowly inserted into the network expansion slot, then the thumb of two hands
respectively hold left and right ends of the frame of Network Uplink Module, and push to the switch. The Uplink
Network module is aligned with the front panel switch.
• With a crosshead screwdriver, tighten the fastening screws at the left and right of the Uplink Network Module.
FS S5800 switch uplink network module does not support hot swappable. If you need to
install or remove the network module, please turn off power of the switch, and then
complete the related operation.
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2.2.6 Installation and Removal of Power Module
Installation Process
The power module for FS S5800 series of routing switch is pluggable. Installation process of power module is as follows:
• Wear ESD-preventive wrist strap, and confirm that the anti-static wrist strap is well earthed.
• Maintain correct up-down direction of power module (in line with the positive direction of characters, if turned upside down,
the power module can not be inserted to the end due to structural limit specially designed inside chassis),grip the handle on
the front end of power module to be installed with one hand and support the bottom of power module with another hand,
and insert the power module by smoothly sliding along the power slot until the plug of power module comes into full contact
with the socket inside chassis.
• Tighten up the fastening screws on the left and right sides of power module with a cross-head screwdriver. The following are
the complete installation sketch map of the AC power module. The installation for DC power module is similar with AC.
Figure 2-10 Installation Sketch Map of AC Power Module
Removal Process
The power module for FS S5800 series of routing switch is pluggable. Removal process of power module is as follows:
• Wearing anti-static wrist strap, and confirm that the anti-static wrist strap is well earthed.
• Disconnect all power connectors of the switch.
• Undo the fastening screws on the left and right sides of power module with a cross-head screwdriver.
• Grip the handle on the front end of power module to be installed with one hand and press on the top switch with another
hand, and pull out the power module by smoothly sliding along the power slot until the plug of power module is completely
separated from the socket inside chassis.
The FS S5800 switch can be installed with two power supply modules as hot backup. When
one of the two power modules fail, user can replace the bad power module on line (without
interruption for switch power supply).
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2.2.7 Installation of Fan Module
The fan module of FS S5800 is pluggable, so it’s easy to be installed, but users should ensure that the interval between removing
the old fan module and inserting a new one is not more than 1 minute during the replacement of fan,otherwise higher temperature
in switch will cause damage to switch.
• Undo the fastening screws on the left and right sides of power module with a cross-head screwdriver.
• Hold the handle of fan module, and gently pull out the fan module.
• Insert a new fan module; fix it with a little force. The fan module will be firmly inserted into the backplane of the switch and
integrated with it closely.
• Tighten the fastening screws on both sides of power module with a screwdriver to fix the power module.
The fan module of FS S5800 switch supports hot plug function, it is convenient for maintenance
and replacement online.The fan module provides cooling function for the switch. If you need to
replace a failed fan module, it is recommended to complete the operating within three minutes
(Prevent the temperature inside the switch is too high).
2.3 Grounding Connection
A noise filter is connected on the power input of switch, whose central earthing is connected directly to the cabinet, which is
called enclosure earthing (that is PE). This cabinet must be well grounded to enable the safe flow of influence electricity and
leakage into the earth and increase the anti-electromagnetic interference of switch.
Correct way of grounding is as follows:
Connect one end of the yellow and green PE cable of switch to the terminal of grounding bar and screw up the fastening nut
when there is a grounding bar in the installation environment of Ethernet switches.
Note: It is an incorrect option to be grounded with fire mains and a lightning rod in a building, so the ground wires of Ethernet
switches should be connected to the work in switch room and grounded.
Figure 2-11 Grounding Installation Sketch When a Grounding Bar is in Switch Room
Description:
(1) Power Input of Switch
(2) Ground Terminal of Switch
(3) Protective Grounding Cable
(4) Grounding Bar of Switch Room
The ground connection of switch is very important for lightning and anti-interference protection, so
please user must connect the grounding wire correctly.
The grounding connection figure provided in this guide is for reference only, please following the
real installation situation to connect the grounding wire of the Switch correctly.
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2.4 Power Wire Connection
2.4.1 AC Power Wire Connection
• Connect one end of the earth wire on enclosure included in a switch to the earthing screw on back panel of the switch,
and the other end is earthed handily.
• Insert one end of the power wire of the switch into the outlet on back panel of the cabinet, and the other end into an
AC power outlet.
Figure 2-12 Sketch Map of the AC Power Wire Connection
• Turn on the power switch, and check if the power indicator on front panel of the switch is bright, which indicates that power
connection is correct.
The earth wire must be connected before switch is powered on.
2.4.2 DC Power Wire Connection
• Connect one end of the earth wire on enclosure included in a switch to the earthing screw on back panel of the switch,
and the other end is earthed handily.
• Red cable is connected to positive pole, and Black cable is connected to negative pole. Fasten the screws on top of the
connector.
Figure 2-13 Install the DC Power Wire to the Connector
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• Insert the connector to DC PSU, and then fasten the screws on both sides.
Figure 2-14 Insert the DC Connector to Switch
• Connection style for the 48V DC power source side: Red cable is connected to positive pole, and Black cable is
connected to negative pole.
Figure 2-15 Connect the DC Power Wire to Power Source
The earth wire must be connected before switch is powered on.
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Chapter 3 Interface Module and Cable Connection Description
3.1 Interface Module Description
3.1.1Ethernet Port
FS S5800 series of routing switch is integrated with out-of-band Ethernet ports whose interfaces are 100Base-TX
or 10Base-T. It is recommended to use the net line included.
3.1.2 Console Port
Console port uses an 8-pin RJ-45 connector. When connecting the console port of switch to a computer, we need an
RJ-45 to DB-9 adapter cable. It is recommended to use the serial line enclosed in the installation package.
Figure 3-1 DB-9 to RJ-45 Console Cable
Specific pin information can be found in the table below.
Table 3-1 RJ-45 to DB-9 Cable Sequence
RJ-45
Signal
Direction
DB-9
1
CTS (Clear To Send)
→
8
2
DSR (Data Set Ready)
→
6
3
RXD (Receive Data)
→
2
4
GND
---
5
5
GND
---
5
6
TXD (Transmit Data)
←
3
7
DTR (Data Terminal Ready)
←
4
8
RTS (Request To Send)
←
7
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Chapter 4 Initial Power-on and Start-up of Switch
4.1 Building Configuration Platform and Connecting Cable
Figure 4-1 Building Local Configuration Platform Through Console Port
Connect DB-9 hole-type plug of configuration cable to the serial port for configuring switch.
Connect RJ-45 end of configuration cable to the console port of switch.
Please use the DB-9 to RJ-45 Console cable which we provide together with this device.
Use the DB-9 to RJ-45 Console cable from other vendors maybe can’t access this device.
4.2 Setting Terminal Parameter (Windows Super Terminal)
Turn on PC and run emulator program (eg. Windows system has its own Super Terminal) on PC.
Set terminal parameters (take the Super Terminal setting of Windows XP as an example).
1. Click "Start → Program → Attachment → Communication → Super Terminal" to enter the Super Terminal window and
establish a new connection, then a connection description interface will pop up as the following figure show.
Figure 4-2 New Connection
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2. Type the name of the new connection in the Name text box (For example: Network) and click “OK”. The following dialog
box appears. Select the serial port to be used from the Connect using drop-down lists.
Figure 4-3 Connection Port Setting
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3. When the Network Properties dialog box is displayed as shown in following figure. Set Bits per second to 9600, Data
bits to 8, Parity to None, Stop bits to 1, and Flow control to None. (In other Windows operating systems, bits per
second may be described as baud rate and data stream control may be described as traffic control.)
Figure 4-4
Figure 4-4 Port Communication Parameter Setting
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4. Click “OK” after setting the serial port parameters and the system enters the HyperTerminal window.
Figure 4-5 HyperTerminal Window
5. Click “Properties” in the HyperTerminal window to enter the Network Properties dialog box. Click the Settings tab, set
the emulation to VT100, and then Click “OK”.
,
Figure 4-6 Terminal Emulation Setting
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Please use the DB-9 to RJ-45 Console cable which we provide together with this device.
Use the DB-9 to RJ-45 Console cable from other vendors maybe can’t access this device.
4.3 Setting Terminal Parameter (SecureCRT from VanDyke Software)
Install the SecureCRT software on PC.
Set SecureCRT Serial terminal parameters.
1. Click "Quick Connect" button to enter the SecureCRT quick connection window.
Figure 4-7 Create a New Quick Connection
2. Choose the “Serial” as the Protocol.
Figure 4-8 Serial Parameters Setting Interface (Protocol)
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3. In the Port item, please choose specified COM port that the PC is using. (Here we take COM4 as an example.)
Figure 4-9 Serial Parameters Setting Interface (Port)
4. Set Baud rate to 9600, Data bits to 8, Parity to None, Stop bits to 1, and Flow control to XON/XOFF. Then click “Connect”
button to enter the Serial display interface.
Figure 4-10 Serial Parameters Setting Interface (Baud rate/Data bits/Parity/Stop bits/Flow Control)
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5. If the network advice is connected with PC via Serial cable, you could see the command line interface (CLI) when you push
down the “Enter” button of the PC.
Figure 4-11 Serial Display Interface
Please use the DB-9 to RJ-45 Console cable which we provide together with this device.
Use the DB-9 to RJ-45 Console cable from other vendors maybe can’t access this device.
4.4 Switch Power-on
After the switch is powered on and starts up, self-check information on equipment will display on the terminal. Users are prompted
to type Enter after self-check, then command line DOS prompts (such as (Switch)) will appear. Type a command, configure
Ethernet switches or view the running state of Ethernet switches. Enter "?" whenever you need a help. See the subsequent
chapters of this manual for specific configuration commands.
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Chapter 5 Switch Software Loading
The traditional switch software loading is serial loading, but it is slow and time-consuming, and it cannot realize remote
loading and is inconvenient for operation. To address these problems, TFTP module is introduced to switch to facilitate
software loading and file download via Ethernet. Specific operations are as follows:
Enter uBoot operation mode
To enter uBoot operation mode, press the combined key Ctrl + b during the switch startup when Press Ctrl + b to stop
autoboot: is prompted; startup information is as follows.
Restarting system.
U-Boot 3.0.2 (Development build) (Build time: May 10 2011 - 17:14:19)
CN5010_CTC board revision major:1, minor:0, serial #:
OCTEON CN5020-SCP pass 1.1, Core clock: 500 MHz, DDR clock: 265 MHz (530 Mhz data rate)
Board descriptor tuple not found in eeprom, using defaults
DRAM: 256 MB
Clearing DRAM...... done
Flash: 64 MB
BIST check passed.
Net: octeth0, octeth1
Press ctrl+b to stop autoboot: 3 – Press Ctrl + b to enter uBoot operation mode
Identify a PC as loading server, connect the administration port of switch and the PC with net line; set IP address of
the PC and administration IP address of the switch for the same network segment; specific operations are as follows:
• Use the command help open_all to open all commands.
• Use the command setenv ipaddr address to set the administration IP address of the switch; the switch will copy image
files to the switch from TFTP server using this address.
• Use the command setenv serverip address to set the IP address of TFTP server; the switch will copy image files from
this TFTP server.
Use the command ping to check if the switch communicates with the loading server.
Can use the command printenv to view the current environment variables of switch.
Can use the command saveenv to save the current environment variables of switch to EPROM.
Can use the command reenv to restore the environment variables of switch to default value.
Run TFTP Server program on PC as a server, and set the directory where loading files are located; uBoot file supposed to
be upgraded is u_boot_v1.0.bin.
Run the command upgrade_uboot u_boot_v1.0.bin to upgrade uBoot; here the filename is u_boot_v1.0.bin.
Run the command reset to complete the upgrade of uBoot.
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Chapter 6 Upgrade of Operating System
FS S5800 Series Ethernet Switch can support new features and enhance system performance without replacing hardware
by upgrading the operating system.
Figure 6-1 Upgrade Operating System
Copy the Upgrading Mirror to Switch
1.In the privilege mode of switch, use the command COPY to copy the mirror files on TFTP server to the boot directory of
switch flash.
Switch# copy mgmt-if tftp://10.10.29.160/SwitchOS-ma-v3.1.12.it.r.bin flash:/boot/ SwitchOS-ma-v3.1.12.it.r.bin
2.When copying, check if the switch has enough space; if the space is not enough, you can delete redundant mirror.
Set the mirror that will be loaded when switch starts next time.
3.After copying the mirror to a relevant directory of switch, you can use the command boot to set the mirror that will be loaded
when switch starts next time.
Switch(config)# boot system flash:/boot/SwitchOS-ma-v3.1.12.it.r.bin
View the mirror that will be loaded when switch starts next time
After setting the mirror that will be loaded when switch starts next time, you can use the command SHOW to check if the setting
is valid.
Switch# show boot images.
System image files list:
Current boot image version: 3.1.12
Create Time
Version
File name
======================================================================
2011-01-01 15:03:30
3.1.11
SwitchOS-ma-v3.1.11.it.r.bin
* 2011-05-28 10:08:38
3.1.12
SwitchOS-ma-v3.1.12.it.r.bin
Among them, the files marked with * are image files that will be loaded when switch starts next time.
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Chapter 7 Maintenance and Troubleshooting
7.1 Loading Failure Processing
After loading fails, the system will keep running in the original version. At this time, users should re-check if physical port connections are good firstly. If some ports are not connected, then re-connect them to ensure that physical connections are correct,
and begin re-loading. If physical connections are correct, then check the loading process information displayed on the super
terminal to verify if there are input errors. If there are input errors, correct them and re-load. For example, when using TFTP
protocol, we enter incorrect IP addresses of Server and Switch, name of loading software, do not specify the correct working
path of correct TFTP server and so on; if physical connections are good, and there are no input errors in the loading process but
the loading fails finally, please contact agents for help.
7.2 User Password Lost
If system password is lost or forgotten, the following methods can be used to reset password.
• Enter uBoot operation mode; see Chapter 5 for how to enter.
• Input boot_flash_nopass command to start system in uBoot mode.
After using boot_flash_nopass command, system will clear up the startup-config files; before
starting this operation, the startup-config files will be stored in flash:/startup-config.conf.old file.
7.3 Power System Troubleshooting
Switch can judge if its power system is faulty according to the PWR indicator on the front panel, when power system works
normally, the PWR indicator shall always keep lighting; when the PWR indicator is off please check if the power line of switch
is connected correctly or EPS of switch matches the power required by switch.
7.4 Configuration System Troubleshooting
After the switch is powered on, if system is normal, the startup information will be displayed on the configuration terminal; If the
configuration system is faulty, the configuration terminal may display no information or hashes.
No Information on the Terminal
After power-on, if no display information on configuration terminal appears, please check whether the power is normal or the
cable of configuration port (Console) is properly connected.
If no problems have been found after the above checks, it is possible that configuration cable is faulty or the parameter
setting of terminal (such as super terminal) are incorrect, please check accordingly.
Troubleshooting for the terminal displaying hashes.
If the configuration terminal displays hashes, it is probable that the parameter setting of terminal (such as super terminal)
is incorrect .Please confirm the parameter setting of terminal (such as super terminal): baud rate: 9600, data bit: 8,
parity: no, stop bit: 1, flow control: NA, selecting terminal emulation: VT100.
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