Avaya C360 Quick Start Guide

Avaya C360 Quick Start Guide
Quick Start for Hardware Installation
Avaya C360 Converged Stackable Switches
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Issue 1
May 2004
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Contents
1 Before you Start
Gathering Information
Preparing Installation Files
Preparing Needed Tools
Choosing the Installation Site
2 Unpack the Device
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Equipment
Documentation
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3 Mount the Device
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Rack Mounting (Optional)
Wall Mounting (Optional)
4 Power Up
Connecting to an AC Power Supply
Connecting a BUPS
Post-Installation
5 Prepare for Configuration
Establishing a Console Connection
Assigning C360 IP Stack Address
Establishing a Telnet Connection
Configuring the Switch
6 Device Manager
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Overview
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System Requirements
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Configuring the Device Manager
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Running the Device Manager
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Installing the Java Plug-in
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Installing the On-Line Help and Java Plug-In on your Web Site
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Documentation
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Before you Start
Gathering Information
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Before you Start
Before you install your Avaya C360 Converged Stackable Switch, prepare all the information,
resources, and tools that you need during the installation process. Good preparation ensures a
smooth installation with the least amount of interruption.
Gathering Information
Defining the Installation
The C360 can be installed in several different configurations. Before you start the installation,
find out what configuration is needed for your site.
Preparing Contacts you might need
Ensure that you have the names and phone numbers of any people you might need to contact at
the installation site. This list might include the people responsible for:
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Network architecture
System administration
Site security
Site deliveries
Preparing Installation Files
Ensure that you load the latest versions of the firmware file for the C360. You can download the
firmware file needed for your installation from the Avaya Support Web site, at
http://support.avaya.com.
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Before you Start
Preparing Needed Tools
Preparing Needed Tools
Prepare the tools you need to mount the C360, according to the following table:
Table 1: Mounting Tools
If you need to mount on...
Prepare these tools
Rack or wall
Phillips head screwdriver
Flat wall
screws to fasten C360 to the wall
Uneven wall
• 415 x 465 mm plywood board 20 mm thick
wood screws
• screws to fasten the C360 to the wall
You might also need wire cutters to attach the grounding conductors, if your site uses a ground
block.
Choosing the Installation Site
Ensure that the location where you install your C360 fulfills the following requirements:
• Cables are away from sources of electrical noise such as:
• radio transmitters
• broadcast amplifiers
• power lines
• fluorescent light fixtures
• Water or moisture cannot enter the chassis.
• Air can flow freely around all sides of the chassis.
• The vents on the sides of the chassis are not blocked.
• The installation is no more than 50 feet (15 m) from an approved ground.
NOTE:
If the C360 is more than 50 feet away from an approved ground, you must contact
a licensed electrician to install a Supplementary Ground Conductor.
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Choosing the Installation Site
• The environmental conditions match the requirements listed in Table 2.
Table 2. Environmental Requirements
Condition
Acceptable values
Ambient temperature
32o to 104oF (0o to 40oC)
Relative humidity
5-95% non-condensing
Weight support
10.8-15 lbs (4.9-6.8 kg)
See the Avaya C360 Installation and Maintenance Guide for additional information on
environmental requirements.
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Before you Start
Choosing the Installation Site
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Unpack the Device
Equipment
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Unpack the Device
CAUTION:
Wear an anti-static wrist ground strap whenever you handle components of a
C360. Connect the strap to an approved ground, such as an unpainted metal
surface.
Equipment
Open the box that contains the C360, and ensure that it contains the following components and
accessories:
• One Avaya C360 Switch.
• One Accessory Kit that contains:
One 115V 3 Wire
Power Cable
One RJ45 to RJ45 Flat
Cable
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Unpack the Device
Equipment
One RJ45 to DB9F
Adapter
One DB25M Adapter
Two (2) 19"
Rackmount Brackets
Nine (9) M4 Flat Head
Screws
Four (4) 5/16" Round
Head Screws
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Documentation
Four (4) Washers
Four (4) stand-off feet
Documentation
• Documentation and Utilities CD
• Release Notes
• Quick Start Guide (this document)
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Unpack the Device
Documentation
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Mount the Device
Rack Mounting (Optional)
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Mount the Device
You can mount the C360 in a rack or on the wall.
Rack Mounting (Optional)
The C360 chassis fits in most standard 19-inch racks. It is 1U (44.45 mm, 1.75”) high.
You can mount the Avaya C360 in a standard 19" rack either in “front-mount” or “mid-mount”
positions using the brackets supplied with the chassis.
The brackets are symmetric: you can fix either bracket on either side.
Figure 1 shows the two available rack mounting positions:
Figure 1: Front and Mid-Mount Positions
7.9"
(200 mm)
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2
3
Key
1
Equipment rack
2
Mid-mount position
3
Front mount position
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Mount the Device
Rack Mounting (Optional)
Before you Install the C360 in a Rack
• When installing C360 in a rack, ensure that the equipment is positioned such that it will not cause
the rack to become unstable or tip over.
• Ensure that the combination of equipment in the rack will not cause an overload or overcurrent
condition on the power strip being used and/or the customer's branch circuit.
• The C360 units weigh a maximum of 15 pounds (6.8 kg). Be careful when installing or removing
the C360 product from the rack.
• If a power strip is being used in the rack, ensure that it has a reliable earth connection. If the C360
equipment will be plugged directly into a wall outlet, ensure that there is a reliable ground
connection at the outlet.
• Ensure that the internal rack ambient temperature is within the operating specification limits of
the C360.
• Ventilation for the C360 is from side to side. Ensure that there is adequate space on each side of
the C360 equipment when installed in the rack to allow sufficient airflow.
Place the C360 in the rack as follows:
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Position the brackets on the C360 as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: C360 Rack Mounting
C363T
In
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Key
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Front mount position
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Mid-mount position
2
Firmly attach the brackets to the chassis with the screws provided. Use four screws to
attach each bracket to the switch.
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4
Position the switch in the rack.
Fasten the switch in the rack with the screws provided.
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Mount the Device
Wall Mounting (Optional)
Wall Mounting (Optional)
You can fix the C360 to the wall as follows:
CAUTION:
Ensure that the wall and screws can support the weight of the C360 and any installed
modules. The maximum weight of a C360 switch is 15 lb. (6.8 kg)
CAUTION:
You must mount the C360 with the ventilation holes facing left and right.
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Attach the brackets to the C360 as shown in Figure 3.You can attach the brackets to face
either the top or the bottom of the unit, depending whether you want the top panel or
bottom panel of the unit to face the wall.
Figure 3: C360 Wall Mounting
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Place the unit on the wall.
Secure the unit to the wall using two screws on each side. Do not overtighten the screws.
CAUTION:
Ensure that ventilation holes are not obstructed.
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Mount the Device
Wall Mounting (Optional)
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Power Up
Connecting to an AC Power Supply
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Power Up
Connecting the C360 to the main electrical supply provides power to the switch and for Power over
Ethernet (PoE).
! WARNING:
To isolate the switch completely, you must disconnect all power connections (AC
plug and DC BUPS power).
Figure 4: Avaya C360 Back Panel
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2
Key
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AC Input
2
DC Input
Connecting to an AC Power Supply
AC Power Cable
The C360 switch is supplied with a North American power cordset. Below are guidelines that should be
used when obtaining and/or defining a different cordset to be used with the C360. The cordsets should be
further verified for safety requirements of the particular application by a safety and regulatory
professional:
The cord must be VDE Certified or Harmonized (HAR), rated 250V, 3-conductor (3rd wire ground), 1.0
mm2 minimum conductor size. The cord is to be terminated at one end to a VDE Certified/CE Marked
IEC 60320, sheet C13 type connector rated 10A, 250V and the other end to a 3-conductor grounding type
attachment plug rated at a minimum of 10A, 250V and a configuration specific for the region/country in
which it will be used. The attachment plug must bear the safety agency certifications mark(s) for the
region/country of installation.
A UL Listed and CSA Certified 15A branch circuit protective device must be provided in the building
AC mains wiring installation for branch circuit protection.
Tip:
You may order certain cordsets from Avaya.
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Power Up
Connecting a BUPS
The C360 is rated 100-240 V~, 50-60 Hz. The maximum input current depends on the specific C360
model
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2
Insert the AC power cord into the power inlet in the back of the unit.
Insert the AC plug into the AC power supply.
• The unit powers up.
• The Avaya C360 performs a self test procedure.
3
Connect the external DC power supply (if available).
Connecting a BUPS
If you deploy a BUPS with the C360, the APC (Advanced Power Conversion PLC) Front End
AC-DC Power Shelf (model APC-R2400A111) with APC 800W PSUs (models APC-A0800085-545-CA1) are to be used.The applied voltage at the C360 BUPS DC terminal block should
be above 52V.
The Isolation must be 1500V RMS with respect to protective ground
Figure 5: Avaya C360 BUPS DC Input Terminal Block
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Key
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Protective plastic cover
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BUPS DC input terminals
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Earthing post
• The terminals are marked “+” and “-“.
• The size of the two screws in the terminal block is M4.
• The pitch between each screw is 9.5mm.
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Remove the protective plastic cover over the DC inputs by unscrewing the two Phillips
screws.
! WARNING:
The conductors to be used for connecting the BUPS to the C360 must be UL
Recognized and CSA Certified and be a minimum of 16 AWG or have a
cross-sectional area of 1.0mm2.
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Power Up
Post-Installation
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Connect the power cable to the terminals on the C360 and to the external DC power
supply.
! WARNING:
Make sure that you connect the cables between the C360-PWR and the external
power supply correctly:
• Positive (“+”) to positive (“+”)
• Negative (“-“) to negative (“-“)
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Replace the plastic cover by aligning the holes with the screw receptacles and replacing
the two Phillips screws.
Supplemental Earthing of the C360 (Optional)
When connecting a BUPS to the C360, you must also connect a ground wire to the ground stud
provided on the rear of the unit. This ground conductor must be green/yellow, a minimum of 16
AWG and be terminated with a lug that is suitable for the M4 stud provided. The other end of
the ground conductor is to be terminated to a suitable building ground point such as a cold water
pipe.
Post-Installation
The following indicate that you have performed the installation procedure correctly:
Table 3: Post-Installation Indications
Procedure
Powering the C360
Indication
• All front panel function LEDs illuminate briefly.
— If the PWR LED blinks once every 1
second, then the BUPS is active and the
main PSU is down.
• The LINK, SYS and PWR LEDs light
• The port LEDs flash
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Power Up
Post-Installation
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Prepare for Configuration
Establishing a Console Connection
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Prepare for Configuration
This chapter provides information on preparing the C360 for configuration, and discusses the
following topics:
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Establishing a Console Connection
Assigning C360 IP Stack Address
Establishing a Telnet Connection
Configuring the Switch
Establishing a Console Connection
This section describes the procedure for establishing switch access between a terminal and the
Avaya C360 switch over the serial port provided on the front panel of the C360 (RJ-45
connector labeled “Console”). For information on the console port pin assignments, refer to the
Avaya C360 Installation and Maintenance User Guide.
Figure 6: Avaya C360 Console Port
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Key
1
Console port
1
Use the serial cable supplied to attach the RJ-45 console connector to the Console port of
the active C360 switch. Connect the DB-9 connector to the serial (COM) port on your
PC/terminal.
— The master C360 is indicated by the SYS LED being ON.
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Assigning C360 IP Stack Address
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Ensure that the serial port settings on the terminal are:
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9600 baud
8 bits
1 stop bit
no parity.
— If you reset or powered up the switch after connecting and configuring the terminal,
Welcome to C360 appears followed by the Login Name prompt.
— If the login prompt does not appear, press a key on the terminal.
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Enter the default login: root.
— The Password prompt appears
4
Enter the user level password: root.
— You can now establish a connection to the Router or the Master switch (indicated when the
SYS front panel LED is ON) using the Session commands and begin the configuration of
module, stack, or router parameters.
Assigning C360 IP Stack Address
NOTE:
All C360 switches are shipped with the same default IP address. You must change
the IP address of the master C360 switch in a stack in order to guarantee that the
stack has its own unique IP address in the network.
The network management station or a workstation running a Telnet client can establish
communications with the stack once this address had been assigned and the stack has been
inserted into the network. Use the CLI to assign the C360 stack an IP address and net mask.
To assign a C360 IP stack address:
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Establish a serial connection by connecting a terminal to the master C360 switch of the
stack.
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3
When prompted for a Login Name, enter the default name root
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At the prompt, type:
When you are prompted for a password, enter the password root. You are now in
Supervisor Level.
set interface inband <vlan> <ip_address> <netmask>
Replace <vlan>, <ip_address> and <netmask> with the VLAN,
IP address, and net mask of the stack.
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Press Enter to save the IP address and net mask.
At the prompt, type reset. Type y and press Enter to reset the stack. After the Reset, log
in again as described above.
— At the prompt, type set ip route <dest> <gateway> and replace <dest> and
<gateway> with the destination and gateway IP addresses.
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Establishing a Telnet Connection
Establishing a Telnet Connection
Perform the following steps to establish a Telnet connection to the C360 for configuration of
Stack or Router parameters. You can Telnet the Stack Master IP address:
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2
Connect your station to the network.
Verify that you can communicate with the Avaya C360 by pinging the IP of the Avaya
C360. If there is no response using ping, check the IP address and default gateway of
both the Avaya C360 and the station.
Tip:
The Avaya C360 default IP address is 149.49.32.134 and the default subnet mask is
255.255.255.0.
3
From the Microsoft Windows taskbar of your PC click Start and then Run (or from the
DOS prompt of your PC), then start the Telnet session by typing: telnet
<C360_IP_address>
For example: telnet 149.49.32.134
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If the IP Address in the Telnet command is the IP address of the stack, then connection is
established with the Switch CLI entity of the Master module.
• The “Welcome to C360” screen appears
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6
Enter the default name root at the Login name prompt.
Enter the User Level password root in lower case letters (do not use uppercase letters) at
the Password prompt.
• The User level prompt will appear when you have established communications
with the Avaya C360.
You can now configure the Avaya C360 stack and change its IP address.
Configuring the Switch
This section describes the procedures for the first-time configuration of the Avaya C360. The
factory defaults are set out in detail in the tables included in this chapter.
You may configure the Avaya C360 using the text-based Command Line Interface (CLI), the
built-in Avaya C360 Device Manager or Avaya Integrated Management.
For instructions on the CLI, see the Avaya C360 Reference Guide.
For instructions on the use of the graphical user interfaces, refer to the C360 Device Manager
User Guide on the Avaya C360 Documentation and Utilities CD.
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Prepare for Configuration
Configuring the Switch
Avaya C360 Default Settings
The default settings for the Avaya C360 switch and its ports are determined by the Avaya C360
firmware. These default settings are subject to change in newer versions of the Avaya C360
firmware. See the C360 Release Notes for the most up-to-date settings.
Table 4: Default Switch Settings
Function
Default Setting
IP address
149.49.32.134
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Default gateway
0.0.0.0
Management VLAN ID
1
Spanning tree
Enabled
Bridge priority for Spanning Tree
32768
Spanning tree version
Common spanning tree
MAC aging
Enabled
MAC aging time
5 minutes
Keep alive frame transmission
Enabled
Network time acquisition
Enabled, Time protocol
IP multicast filtering
Disabled
802.1X system-auth-control
Disabled
802.1X port-control
Auto
RADIUS server
Disabled
Time server IP address
0.0.0.0
Timezone offset
0 hours
SNMPv1 communities:
Read-only
Public
Read-write
Public
Trap SNMP
Public
SNMP authentication trap
Disabled
CLI timeout
15 Minutes
System logging
Disabled
1 of 2
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Configuring the Switch
Table 4: Default Switch Settings
Function
Default Setting
Allowed protocols:
SNMP
Enabled
Telnet
Enabled
HTTP
Enabled
Telnet
Enabled
ICMP redirect
Enabled
SSH
Disabled
Telnet client
Disabled
Recovery password
Enabled
User Name/Password
root/root
2 of 2
Tip:
Functions operate in their default settings unless configured otherwise.
Table 5: Default Port Settings
Function
Default Setting
Ports 1 to 24 or 48
Ports 51 and 52
Duplex mode
Half/Full duplex depending on
auto-negotiation results
Full duplex only
Port speed
10/100 Mbps
1000 Mbps
Depending on auto- negotiation
results
Auto-negotiation*
Enable
Enable
Flow control
Disabled (no pause)
Disabled (no pause)
Flow control auto-negotiation
advertisement
Not applicable
Disabled (no pause)
Administrative state
Enable
Enable
Port VLAN ID
1
1
Tagging mode
Clear
Clear
Port priority
0
0
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Prepare for Configuration
Configuring the Switch
Table 5: Default Port Settings
Function
Default Setting
Ports 1 to 24 or 48
Ports 51 and 52
Spanning Tree cost
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4
Spanning Tree port priority
128
128
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* Ensure that the other side is also set to Autonegotiation Enabled.
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Device Manager
Overview
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Device Manager
This chapter describes the installation procedures for the Device Manager of the Avaya C360.
Overview
The Device Manager provides the following:
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Managing and monitoring Power over Ethernet.
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Port Mirroring - Setting up port mirroring for ports in a C360 Switch.
Device Configuration - Viewing and modifying the different device configurations.
Virtual LANs - Viewing and editing Virtual LAN information.
Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) - Viewing and editing LAG information.
Port Redundancy - Setting port redundancy for ports in a C360 Switch.
Trap Managers Configuration - Viewing and modifying the Trap Managers Table.
Switch Connected Addresses - View devices connected to selected ports. Port Security.
Intermodule Redundancy
• One pair per stack.
• Also operates as a result of a module fault, for example, power failure.
System Requirements
Minimum hardware and operating system requirements are:
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Pentium II 400 Mhz-based computer with 128 Mb of RAM.
Screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or higher.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Workstation or Windows XP.
Sun Microsystems Java plug-in (supplied on the “Documentation and Utilities” CD).
Refer to the Release Notes for the exact version of the Java plug-in.
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Device Manager
Configuring the Device Manager
Configuring the Device Manager
You can configure several Device Manager parameters using the CLI. These parameters include
the time-out and retries parameters, the location of the Web server that provides the help files
for the Device Manager, and the Java plug-in required for running the Device Manager.
Device Manager Commands
The following Device Manager commands are available.
In order to...
Use the following command...
Set the SNMP retries parameter
set snmp retries
Set the SNMP time-out parameter
set snmp time-out
Set the location of the Web server with
the help files and the Java plug-in
set web aux-files-url
Display the SNMP retries parameter
show snmp retries
Display the SNMP time-out parameter
show snmp time-out
Display the URL of the Web server
with the help files and the Java plug-in
show web aux-files-url
Running the Device Manager
NOTE:
You should assign an inband or out-of-band interface IP address to the switch
before beginning this procedure.
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Open your browser.
Enter the URL of the switch in the format http://aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd where
aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd is the inband or outband interface IP address of the switch.
— The user name is “root”.
— The default password for read-only access is “root”.
— The default passwords for read-write access is “root”.
NOTE:
The C360 Device Manager passwords are the same as those of the CLI. If you
change the passwords of the CLI then those passwords become active for the
Device Manager as well. For further information on the passwords, refer to the
Avaya C360 Installation and Configuration User Guide.
The welcome page is displayed.
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Figure 7: The Welcome Page
If you have the Java plug-in installed, the Device Manager automatically opens in a new window,
shown in Figure 8.
Figure 8: Device Manager
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If you do not have the Java plug-in installed, follow the instructions on the Welcome
page for a variety of options to install the plug-in (see Installing the Java Plug-in).
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Installing the Java Plug-in
Installing the Java Plug-in
If the network manager has configured the system, the plug-in should be installed automatically.
NOTE:
Ensure that Java or JavaScript is enabled on your Web browser. Please refer to
your browser on-line help or documentation for further information.
If the plug-in is not installed automatically, then you have three options for installing it
manually:
• Installing from the C360 Documentation and Utilities CD
• Install from the Avaya Web Site
• Install from your Local Web Site
Installing from the C360 Documentation and
Utilities CD
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Close all unnecessary applications on your PC.
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Double-click plugin_a_b_c.exe (a, b and c are the version numbers of the plug-in).
Insert the Avaya C360 Documentation and Utilities CD in the CD drive.
Open Windows Explorer.
Browse to the embweb-aux-files\ folder on the CD.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Install from the Avaya Web Site
Click the link in the Welcome page labelled “Retrieve it from here”.
Install from your Local Web Site
Click the appropriate link in the Welcome page.
NOTE:
This option is only available if the network manager has placed the files on the
local Web server.
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Installing the On-Line Help and Java Plug-In on your Web Site
Installing the On-Line Help and Java Plug-In on your
Web Site
Tip:
This procedure is optional.
Copying the help files and Java plug-in to a local Web server allows users to access the on-line
help for the Device Manager and enables automatic installation and maintenance of the Java
plug-in the first time the user tries to manage the device.
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Copy the emweb-aux-files directory from the “Avaya C360 Documentation and
Utilities” CD to your local Web server. Refer to your Web server documentation for full
instructions.
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Define the URL in the C360 using the following CLI command:
set web aux-files-url //IP address/directory name
where //IP address/directory name is the location of the directory from the
previous step.
Documentation
The Device Manager comes with a detailed User’s Guide including a Glossary of Terms and an
overview of Data Communications concepts.
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