DG-CS7010 - Smartlink Network Systems Ltd

DG-CS7010 - Smartlink Network Systems Ltd
DG-CS7000 series User Manual
DG-CS7000 Series
Stallion Chassis Switch
Install guide
V1.0
2012-03-20
As our products undergo continuous development the specifications are subject to change without prior notice
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Content
1 PRODUCT OVERVIEW .............................................................. 6
1.1 PRODUCT BRIEF ........................................................................................6
1.2 INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................7
1.3 MAIN FEATURES ........................................................................................8
1.4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................9
1.5 PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................15
1.6 HARDWARE COMPONENTS .......................................................................16
1.6.1.1 DG-CS7004 Chassis...........................................................................................16
1.6.1.2 DG-CS7010 Chassis...........................................................................................21
1.6.1.3 DG-CS7010-MM-I................................................................................................29
1.6.1.4 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT and DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP ......................32
1.6.1.5 DG-CS7000-48GT...............................................................................................35
1.6.1.6 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP...................................................................36
1.6.1.7 DG-CS7000-4XFP...............................................................................................38
1.6.1.8 DG-CS7000-48GX...............................................................................................40
1.6.1.9 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP ..................................................................41
1.6.1.10 DG-CS7000-12GC12GX and DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP....................44
1.6.1.11 DG-CS7010-MM-II ............................................................................................46
1.6.1.12 DG-CS7000-12GT24GX and DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP ....................49
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1.6.1.13 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT (R2) and DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP (R2) ..52
1.6.1.14 DG-CS7000-48GX (R2)....................................................................................55
1.6.1.15 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) .......................................................56
1.6.1.16 DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2).....................................................................................59
Power supply............................................................................................................ 63
1.6.1.17 DG-SA-RPS-7004AC........................................................................................63
1.6.1.18 DG-SA-RPS-7004DC........................................................................................65
1.6.1.19 DG-SA-RPS-7010AC........................................................................................67
Power Distribution Box ............................................................................................. 69
1.6.1.20 DG-CS7004 Power Distribution Box...............................................................69
1.6.1.21 DG-CS7010 Power Distribution Box...............................................................70
System Backplane ................................................................................................... 71
Fan Tray................................................................................................................... 72
1.6.1.22 DG-CS7004 Fan Tray.......................................................................................72
1.6.1.23 DG-CS7010 Fan Tray.......................................................................................73
Dust Gauze .............................................................................................................. 75
1.6.1.24 DG-CS7004 Dust Gauze..................................................................................75
1.6.1.25 DG-CS7010 Dust Gauze..................................................................................76
Rear Panel ............................................................................................................... 76
1.6.1.26 DG-CS7004 Rear Panel...................................................................................76
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1.6.1.27 DG-CS7010 Rear Panel...................................................................................77
Side Panels .............................................................................................................. 79
1.6.1.28 DG-CS7004 Side Panels..................................................................................79
1.6.1.29 DG-CS7010 Side Panels..................................................................................80
1.7 SYSTEM FEATURES..................................................................................81
DG-CS7004 System Features.................................................................................. 81
DG-CS7010 System Features.................................................................................. 82
2 HARDWARE INSTALLATION ................................................... 83
1.8 INSTALLATION NOTICE ..............................................................................83
Basic Requirements ................................................................................................. 83
1.8.1.1 Site Requirements ...............................................................................................83
1.8.1.2 Temperature and Humidity Requirements.......................................................84
1.8.1.3 Dust and Particles ...............................................................................................86
1.8.1.4 Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage...................................................87
1.8.1.5 Anti-interference Requirements.........................................................................87
1.8.1.6 Rack Configuration ..............................................................................................88
1.8.1.7 Power Supply Requirements .............................................................................89
Safety Guidelines ..................................................................................................... 90
Safety Warning......................................................................................................... 91
Hot Line Work Safety Guidelines ............................................................................. 91
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1.9 PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION .................................................................93
Checking Switch Hardware Configuration and Accessories..................................... 93
Required Tools and Fixings...................................................................................... 93
1.10 HARDWARE INSTALLATION ......................................................................93
Switch Installation .................................................................................................... 94
1.10.1.1 Desktop installation ...........................................................................................94
1.10.1.2 Rack-mounting DG-CS7000 series ................................................................95
1.10.1.3 Wearing an ESD Wrist Strap .........................................................................100
Switch grounding.................................................................................................... 100
Card and module installation.................................................................................. 102
1.10.1.4 Removing and Installing the Cards...............................................................102
1.10.1.5 Removing and installing the Dust Gauze.....................................................103
1.10.1.6 Removing and Installing the Fan Tray .........................................................105
1.10.1.7 Removing and Installing Power Supply Modules .......................................109
Connecting to the Console ..................................................................................... 113
Connecting to the Management Port...................................................................... 113
SFP transceiver installation.................................................................................... 114
Copper Cable/Fiber Cable Connection................................................................... 115
Power supply connection ....................................................................................... 117
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1 Product Overview
RECOMMENDATION: Please read this manual first before using the switch,
following the instructions to avoid damaging the device.
1.1 Product Brief
FIG 1-1 DG-CS7004 Switch
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FIG 1-2 DG-CS7010 Switch
1.2 Introduction
DIGISOL DG-CS7000 series is a high performance routing switch that can be deployed
as a core layer device for campus and enterprise networks, or an aggregation device for IP
metropolitan area networks (MAN).
DG-CS7004 provides 4 slots. DG-CS7010 provides 10 slots, 8 of which are interface
module slots.
DG-CS7000 series supports various types of line cards, and can seamlessly support
network interfaces from 100Mb, 1000Mb to 10GB Ethernet. Featuring functions such as
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policy-based routing, IPv6, and load balance, it is capable of flexibly meeting the different
requirements of complex customer environments. Furthermore, DG-CS7000 series allows
redundancy for management modules, power supply. It supports both AC-input and DC-input*
power supplies, with hot-swapping support for cards, power supplies and fans. The working
temperature of all cards can be monitored in real-time, offering carrier-class reliability.
1.3 Main Features
 DG-CS7004 4 slots that can be configured in Primary controller-Primary Backup mode
with 2 management modules and 2 network modules, or Single controller mode with one
management module and 3 network modules.
 DG-CS7010 10 slots that can be configured in Primary controller-Primary Backup mode
with 2 management modules and 8 network modules, or Single controller mode with one
management module and 8 network modules.
 Store-and-forward switching, ensuring minimal latency.
 Auto MDI/MDI-X, enabled on all RJ-45 ports, allows connections to other switches using a
non-crossover twisted pair cable.
 Full-duplex IEEE802.3x flow control, half-duplex backpressure flow control.
 Console management port provided.
 Port working status and statistics available.
 Restart and reset to factory setting can be done both locally and remotely.
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 TFTP /FTP firmware upgrade available.
 Can be installed into standard 19-inch chassis.
1.4 Technical specifications
Item
Slot
Port
Backboard
bandwidth
DG-CS7004
4
10
10/100/1000BASE-T, 188 at best
10/100/1000BASE-T, 384 at best
1000Base-SX, 188 at best
1000Base-SX, 384 at best
1000Base-LX, 188 at best
1000Base-LX, 384 at best
10GBase, 13 at best
10GBase, 32 at best
1.2Tbps(can extend to 2.4Tbps)
2.4Tbps(can extend to 4.8Tbps)
1.28Tbps/2.4Tbps
Exchange capacity 640Gbps
Packet Forwarding
Speed
Forwarding Delay
Time among Ports
VLAN Item
DG-CS7010
(the
second
generation engine)
952Mpps/1785Mpps
476Mpps
generation engine)
<=6ms
<=6ms
4K
4K
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IEEE802.3(10Base-T), IEEE802.3u(100Base-TX), IEEE802.3z(1000BASE-X),
IEEE802.3ab(1000Base-T),
IEEE802.3ae(10GBase),
IEEE802.1Q(VLAN),
IEEE802.3ak(10GBASE-CX4), IEEEE802.1d(STP), IEEEE802.1W(RSTP),
Layer 2 Protocol
Specifications
IEEEE802.1S(MSTP),
IEEE802.1p(COS),
IEEE802.1x(Port
Control),
IEEE802.3x(Flow control), IEEE802.3ad(LACP), Port Mirror, RSPAN, ULDP ,
LLDP, IGMP Snooping, QinQ, GVRP,VLAN, PVLAN, VOICE VLAN, Protocol
Vlan, Multicast VLAN, Mac Vlan, Broadcast Storm Control
Support ARP, ARP Proxy, ARP Limiting Speed, ARP Repeat-Authentication,
Gratuitous ARP
Support DNS client
Support Static Routing, RIPv1/v2, OSPFv2, BGP4, GRE Unicast Routing
Layer 3 Protocol
Specifications
Protocol etc.
Support Routings for OSPF’s different process import each other
(IPv4)
Support LPM Routing, Policy-based Routing(PBR), ECMP
Support VRRP, URPF, Black Hole Routing
Support IGMP v1/2/3, DVMRP, PIM-DM, PIM-SM, PIM-SSM, IGMP Proxy,
anycast RP, MSDP, Static multicast Routing, boundary multicast Routing etc.
Strengthen Extend
Free-Resource
Support in-embed firewall, IDS, IPSce VPN, Content-exchange service, Network
Analysis hardware module etc.
Support
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Support ICMPv6, ND, DNSv6
Support IPv6 LPM Routing, IPv6 Policy-based Routing(PBR)
Support IPv6 VRRPv3, IPv6 URPF, IPv6 Black Hole Routing
Support RIPng, OSPFv3, BGP4+ Unicast Routing Protocol etc.
IPv6
Support 6to4 Tunnels, configured Tunnels, ISATAP etc.
Support MLD Snooping, IPv6 Muticast VLAN
Support MLDv1/v2, PIM-SM/DM for IPv6, IPv6 anycast RP, IPv6 Static multicast
Routing, IPv6 boundary multicast Routing, IPv6 multicast tunnel etc.
Support IPv6 ACL, IPv6 QOS
Strengthen
ARP/NDP
Safety Support ARP/NDP Spoofing Prevention, ARP/NDP Scanning Prevention
function
MPLS
MPLS, LDP, MPLS VPN, MPLS TE, Access public network technology
Carry out by hardware completely, have no effect for performance.
Each port has 8 queues. Support SP, WRR, SWRR queue scheduling algorithm.
Support traffic class base on 802.1p, ToS, port, DiffServ
Class traffic by ACL; configure the COS, TOS, DSCP bases class result. Class
QoS
traffic by high-layer content for ACL-X’s 80 bytes
Support SP, WRR, SWRR etc. Provide different service quality requested for
speech, data and video transmit at the same network.
Support Traffic Shaping
Support priority Mark/Remark
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Carry out by hardware completely, have no effect for forwarding performance.
Support Standard ACL and Extended ACL
Support IP ACL, base on IP-subnet ACL, MAC ACL, IP-MAC ACL,
ACL
Support IP or MAC based on source/destination, Layer 3 IP protocol type,
TCP/UDP layer 4 port number, IP priority (DSCP, ToS, Precedence), base on
VLAN, Tag/Untag, CoS etc.
Support REDIRECT based on ACL, Traffic statistic based on ACL
Support to transfer security policy automatically base on time.
ACL-X
ACL’s deepness content can be used for QoS sort standard, the deepness can
extend 80 bytes.
Support IPv4/IPv6 Multicast Source Controllable, Prevent lawless Multicast
Source
DCSCMv4/v6
Support IPv4/IPv6 multicast user Controllable
Support IPv4/IPv6 policy multicast
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Support MAC+ port binding, IP+ MAC+ port binding, IP+ port binding
Support MAC filter
Support Port Limit(bandwidth management)
Support Port Loopback Detection
Support Port Mirror(CPU Port Mirror, ingress or egress unilateralism/
Port Function
bidirectional, one-to-one, many-to-one, stride board, stride equipment),
Support Flow Control: HOL prevent head-packet block, half-duplex back
pressure, full-duplex IEEE802.3x
Support Port aggregation IEEE802.3ad(LACP), port-to-port GEC/FEC, each
trunk can up to 8 ports, support load equipoise
Support IPv4/IPv6 DHCP Client, IPv4/IPv6 DHCP Relay, IPv4/IPv6 DHCP
DHCPv4/v6
Snooping
Inside-install IPv4/IPv6 DHCP Server, DHCP Option82
Security Access
AAA
Authentication
Support IEEE 802.1x, DCSM
Support IPv4/IPv6 RADIUS
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Support IPv4/IPv6 syslog
Support the unite for IPv4/IPv6 HTTP and SSL
Support the user IP security inspection for IPv4/IPv6 SNMP
Support MIB and TRAP
Support IPv4/IPv6 FTP/TFTP
Security
Function
Configuration
Support IPv4/IPv6 NTP
Support RMOM 1, 2, 3, 9 four group
Support the RADIUS authentication for IPv4/IPv6 telnet user name and
password
Support IPv4/IPv6 SSHs
The right configuration for users can adopt radius server’s shell management
Support the function for timing-reset bases needs
Support network flow analysis,Support RFC3176,can realize the flow
sFlow Function
monitoring and statistic based on protocol or address
IPFIX
A standard protocol can measure the flow information of the IETE network
Exception
Monitoring the Task exception, Memory exception, CPU utilance, Stack
monitoring
and exception, Switching-chip exception, board temperature exception etc. And
fault check-up
Centralized
Management
Software
giving an alarm
Web
It is adopted the DIGISOL centralized web management software ‘LinkManager’
for unified management.
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1.5 Physical Specifications
 Management Port
□
One RJ-45 serial port for each management module
 AC Power Input
□
Input: 90~264V, 50 ~ 60Hz
□
Built-in Universal Power Supply
 DC Power Input
□
Input: -36V~ -72VDC
□
Built-in Universal Power Supply
 Power Consumption
□
DG-CS7004: 400W Max
□
DG-CS7010: 1200W Max
 Operating Temperature
□
0 C ~ 45 C
 Storage Temperature
□
-40 C ~ 70 C
 Relative humidity
□
10% ~ 90% with no condensate
 Dimension
□
DG-CS7004
440mm×266mm×421mm (W x H x D)
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□
DG-CS7010
436mm×797mm×478mm (W x H x D)
 Weight
□
DG-CS7004: 30kg (max. full configuration weight)
□
DG-CS7010: 65kg (max. full configuration weight)
 Mean Time Before Failure
□
Min. 80,000 Hours MTBF
1.6 Hardware Components
DG-CS7004 consists of the chassis, power supply system, ventilation system, system
board, etc.
1.6.1.1 DG-CS7004 Chassis
The DG-CS7004 uses a 19-inch Rack Mountable Chassis, with the standard dimensions
of 440mm (W) x 266mm (H) x 421mm (D). The chassis consists of functional block and power
supply block. The function module block is a board rack, which is the supporting structure for
DG-CS7004 system boards (4 boards max). The fan block is located on the left side of the
board rack, allowing one fan tray (4 axial fans for each fan tray). Dust gauze is provided on
the right of the board rack for filtering air circulation through the rack. The power block upper
the dust gauze provides power to the system, supporting up to two power modules. The
power modules insert into the power slots from the front, with the distribution box at the back
of the rack for maintenance.
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In addition, there is an ESD Wrist Strap Connectors on the board rack, located on the left
side of the upper.
Fig 1-3 DG-CS7004 Module Outlook
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Fig 1-4 DG-CS7004 Front Panel View
① Management slot: It supports two management slots. DG-CS7004-MM12GC12GX1XFP can be inserted in to the Management slots. The second
slot can also be used as I/O slot for configuring various I/O modules.
② Network slot: 2 network slots are provided. Various network modules can
be added to the network slots. Such as DG-CS7000-4XFP and DGCS7000-12GC12GT etc.
③ Power slot: Used for system power supply modules. Support up to two
400W AC/DC modules.
④ Fan tray slot: Supports up to one system fan assemblies, each assembly
consists of four axial fans.
⑤ Dust gauze slot: Exterior air inlet for the ventilation subsystem.
⑥ Distribution box slot: For system distribution box use, works in AC mode
based on the power modules.
1.6.1.1.1 Board Rack
The board rack consists of board slots and a system board.
The boards are inserted vertically into the DG-CS7004 4 unit boards are provided. There are
four slots in DG-CS7004 from number 1 to number 4 in order of top to down. The first slot is
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used to install management module; the second slot is used to management module under
1+1 redundant backup mode or install various I/O interface modules.
A reset button (printed on the panel as Reset), hot swap button (printed on the panel as
SWAP), board power indicator (printed on the panel as PWR) and board running status
indicator (printed on the panel as RUN) are provided for each board. On the Main Control
cards there is Master-Slave indicator (printed on the panel as M/S) There is also a power
module status indicator (printed on the panel as Power), fan assembly status indicator
(printed on the panel as Fan), and interface status indicators for corresponding management
interfaces and network interfaces (printed on the panel as Link and Act).
The DG-CS7004 system board is an essential part of the switch, located inside the
switch and providing interconnectivity between the management switch modules (short for
management card) and network interface modules (line card), and for all management and
control signals.
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1.6.1.1.2 Power Supply
When using A.C. power supply, we shall adopt power supply of 110V/220V and
corresponding A.C. distribution box. The permissible range of power supply is 90~264VAC,
50~60Hz. The maximum output power of single power supply module is 400W.
When using D.C. power supply, we shall adopt power supply of -48V and corresponding
D.C. distribution box. The permissible range of power supply is -36V~-72VDC. The
maximum output power of single power supply module is 400W.
1.6.1.1.3 Ventilation and Cooling System
The operating ambient temperature of the DG-CS7004 is 0 ~ 45 C, the thermal design
of the equipment can ensure that the surface temperature of the device will not exceed 5080% of the highest temperature allowable.
The switch uses fan assemblies to disperse heat, with the air flow being drawn in through
the right section and out through the left section to facilitate air circulation, so that the switch
can maintain normal operation under specified environmental conditions. The fan tray is
attached to the fan tray slots left the board rack, and ventilation is provided via 4 axial fans
that pump out air. Fan trays are hot swappable for maintenance, their status are indicated by
the FAN indicators on the main switch panel. In addition, dust gauze is provided on the right
of the board rack for filtering the air circulating through the rack. The dust gauze can be
unplugged and removed through the back for maintenance.
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1.6.1.2 DG-CS7010 Chassis
The DG-CS7010 uses a 19-inch Rack Mountable Chassis, with the standard dimensions
of 436mm (W) x 797mm (H) x 478mm (D). The chassis consists of functional block, thermal
block, and power supply block. The function module block is a board rack, which is the
supporting structure for DG-CS7010 system boards (10 boards max). Ten wiring clips are
provided in the upper and lower parts of the board rack respectively, for the positioning of all
kinds of cables. In addition, there are two ESD Wrist Strap Connectors on the board rack,
located on the left side of the upper and lower rack respectively. The thermal block is located
on the upper part of the board rack, allowing three fan trays (2 axial fans for each fan tray).
Dust gauze is provided under the board rack for filtering air circulation through the rack. The
power block under the dust gauze provides power to the system, supporting up to three
power modules. The power modules insert into the power slots from the front, with the
distribution box at the back of the rack for maintenance. Closely beside the distribution box, a
grounding post has been provided on each side of the rack for grounding connections.
In addition, on both sides of the lower section of the chassis, a handler is provided for
easier transport.
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Fig 1-5 DG-CS7010 Module Outlook
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Fig 1-6 DG-CS7010 Front Panel view
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Management slot: 2 management slots are provided. One or two management
switching modules DG-CS7010-MM-I can be inserted in to the Management
slots.
② Network slot: 8 network slots are provided. Various network modules can be
added to the network slots, such as DG-CS7000-48GX, DG-CS7000-4XFP,
etc.
③ Power slot: Used for system power supply modules. Supports up to three
600W AC modules or three 600W DC modules.
④ Fan tray slot: Supports up to three system fan assemblies, each assembly
consists of two axial fans.
⑤ Dust gauze slot: exterior air inlet for the ventilation subsystem.
⑥ Distribution box slot: For system distribution box use, works in AC/DC mode
based on the power modules.
1.6.1.2.1 Board Rack
The board rack consists of board slots and a system board.
The boards are inserted vertically into the DG-CS7010 10 unit boards are provided.
These include 2 management slots in the middle for management switch modules, marked
specially in red as M1 and M2. The other eight board slots are network slots for various
network interface modules, sequenced as 1 to 8 from left to right.
A reset button (printed on the panel as Reset), hot swap button (printed on the panel as
SWAP), board power indicator (printed on the panel as PWR) and board running status
indicator (printed on the panel as RUN) are provided for each board. On the Main Control
cards there is Master-Slave indicator (printed on the panel as M/S) There is also a power
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module status indicator (printed on the panel as Power: Fail/OK), fan assembly status
indicator (printed on the panel as Fan: Alarm/OK), and interface status indicators for
corresponding management interfaces and network interfaces (printed on the panel as Link
and Act).
The DG-CS7010 system board is an essential part of the switch, located inside the
switch and providing interconnectivity between the management switch modules (short for
management card) and network interface modules (line card), and for all management and
control signals.
1.6.1.2.2 Power Supply
When powered by AC sources, the 110V/220 VAC input power supplies and
corresponding AC distribution box should be used. The acceptable input power ranges from
90 ~ 264 VAC at 50 ~ 60 Hz. The maximum output power of each power module is 600W.
When powered by DC sources, the -48 VDC input power supply and corresponding DC
distribution box should be used. The acceptable input power ranges from -36 V ~ 72 VDC.
The maximum output power of each power module is 600W.
1.6.1.2.3 Ventilation and Cooling System
The operating ambient temperature of the DG-CS7010 is 0 ~ 45 C, the thermal design
of the equipment can ensure that the surface temperature of the device will not exceed 5080% of the highest temperature allowable.
The switch uses fan assemblies to disperse heat, with the air flow being drawn in through
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the bottom section and out through the upper section to facilitate air circulation, so that the
switch can maintain normal operation under specified environmental conditions. Three fan
trays are attached to the fan tray slots above the board rack, and ventilation is provided via 6
axial fans that pump out air. Fan trays are hot swappable for maintenance, their status are
indicated by the FAN indicators on the main switch panel. In addition, dust gauze is provided
under the board rack for filtering the air circulating through the rack. The dust gauze can be
unplugged and removed through the front for maintenance.
Introduction to DG-CS7000 Series Cards
The following eleven cards for the DG-CS7000 series are currently available:
 Main control card (DG-CS7010-MM-I): The central switching and controlling module
for the DG-CS7010. System status control, switch management, user access control
and administration, and network operation maintenance are performed here.
 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12 copper GT ports (DG-CS7000-12GC12GT):
supporting 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12 copper GT ports for layer 2 and layer 3
switching and routing and ipv6 wire speed forward.
 Dual 10G XFP ports, 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12 copper Gb ports (DG-CS700012GC12GT2XFP): supporting dual 10G XFP ports, 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12
copper GT ports for layer 2 and layer 3 switching , routing and IPv6 wire speed
forward.
 48 copper GT ports line card (DG-CS7000-48GT): supporting 48 1000Base-T
copper ports for layer 2 and layer 3 switching and routing and IPv6 wire speed
forward.
 Main control card (DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP): The central switching and
controlling module for the DG-CS7004, System status control, switch management,
user access control and administration, and network operation maintenance are
performed here. The board can be inserted into first or second slots of the chassis
for Master-Slave redundancy, and supports IPv6 wire speed transmission function.
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12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12-port 1G electronic and 1-port 10G XFP
interface.
 40G XFP interface line card (DG-CS7000-4XFP): implements 2-layer and 3-layer
wire-speed switching and routing function of 4 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces and IPv6
wire-speed transmission.
 48 SFP GT ports line card (DG-CS7000-48GX): implements 2-layer and 3-layer
wire-speed switching and routing function of 48 1000Mbps optical interfaces and
IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
 Main control card (DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP): is switching module for the
DG-CS7004. System status control, switch management, user access control and
management, and network maintenances are performed here. The board can be
inserted into first or second slots of the chassis for Master-Slave redundancy. It
supports 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing function of 12
1000Mbps optical-electronic combos, 12 1000Mbps opticals and 1 10,000Mbps XFP
interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
 12 1000Mbps optical-electronic combo, 12 1000Mbps optical interfaces line
card(DG-CS7000-12GC12GX): The switching module of the 76 series switch and
implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing function of 12
1000Mbps optical-electronic combo, 12 1000Mbps optical interfaces, IPv6 wirespeed transmission.
 12 1000Mbps optical-electronic combo, 12 1000Mbps optical and 2 10,000Mbps
XFP interfaces line card (DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP): The switching module of
the 76 series switch and implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and
routing function of 12 1000Mbps optical-electronic combo, 12 1000Mbps optical and
2 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
 Main control card (DG-CS7010-MM-II): The second generation central switching
and controlling module for the DG-CS7010. System status control, switch
management, user access control and administration, and network operation
maintenance are performed here.
 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 24 1000Mbps optical interfaces line card (DGCS7000-12GT24GX): The switching module for the 7600E series switch, which
supports MPLS VPN function and implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed
switching and routing function of 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 24 1000Mbps
optical interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
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 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 12 1000Mbps optical and 2 10,000Mbps XFP
interfaces line card (DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP): The switching module for the
7600E series switch , which supports MPLS VPN function and implements 2-layer
and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing function of 12 1000Mbps electronic
interfaces, 12 1000Mbps optical and 2 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed
transmission.
 Dual 10G XFP ports , 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12 copper Gb ports (DGCS7000-12GC12GT2XFP(R2)): The switching module for the DG-CS7004(R2),
supporting dual 10G XFP ports, 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12 copper GT ports for
layer 2 and layer 3 switching , routing and IPv6 wire speed forward.
 12 Gigabit Combo ports and 12 copper Gb ports (DG-CS7000-12GC12GT(R2)):
The switching module for the DG-CS7004(R2), supporting 12 Gigabit Combo ports
and 12 copper GT ports for layer 2 and layer 3 switching , routing and IPv6 wire
speed forward.
 48 copper GT ports line card (DG-CS7000-48GX (R2)): The switching module for
the DG-CS7004 (R2), implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and
routing function of 48 1000Mbps optical interfaces and IPv6 wire-speed
transmission.
 Main control card (DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2)): The central switching
and controlling module for the DG-CS7004 (R2), System status control, switch
management, user access control and administration, and network operation
maintenance are performed here. The board can be inserted into first or second
slots of the chassis for Master-Slave redundancy, and supports IPv6 wire speed
transmission function. 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12-port 1G electronic
and 1-port 10G XFP interface.
 Main control card (DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2)): The central switching and controlling
module for the DG-CS7010 (R2). System status control, switch management, user
access control and administration, and network operation maintenance are
performed here.
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1.6.1.3 DG-CS7010-MM-I
The DG-CS7010-MM-I is switching module for the DG-CS7010. System status control,
switch management, user access control and management, and network maintenances are
performed here. The board can be inserted into M1 or M2 slots of the chassis for MasterSlave redundancy.
1.6.1.3.1 Front Panel
The DG-CS7010-MM-I comes with 1 Console port (control console) and 1 10/100BaseTx Ethernet port (management port).
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-7 DG-CS7010-MM-I Front Panel view
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1.6.1.3.2 Front Panel - Indicator
The following table describes the front panel indicators of DG-CS7010-MM-I:
Table 1-1 DG-CS7010-MM-I indicators description
LED
Power
Indicator
Panel Symbol
PWR
Status
On (Green)
Card powered
Off
Card powered off
On (Green, blink at 1
Hz)
On (Green, blink at 8
Operation
indicator
Hz)
RUN
On (Yellow, blink at 8
Hz)
On (Red, blink at 8 Hz)
Slave
M/S
indicator
Power
Supply
Module
System is loading
System is shutting down
Cards malfunction
removed
On (Green)
Master
Off
Slave
On (Green)
OK
Power Supply Module operating
normally
Power
Off
supply
module
malfunctioning or not present (with
Status
Fail off)
On (Yellow)
indicator:
POWER
Cards operating normally
Cards are powered off and can be
Off
Master-
Description
Fail
Power Supply Module malfunction
Power supply module operating
normally or not present (with OK
Off
off)
Fan
Assembly
On (Green)
OK
Status
Alarm
Fan operating normally
Fan malfunctioning or not present
Off
(with Alarm off)
On (Yellow)
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indicator:
Fan operating normally or not
Off
present (with OK off)
FAN
1.6.1.3.3 Front Panel – Console Port
The DG-CS7010-MM-I provides a RJ-45 (receptacle) Console serial port. Users can
connect to hosts via this port to perform system debugging, configuration, maintenance,
management and host software loading.
Table 1-2 DG-CS7010-MM-I Console description
Property
Connector
Connector type
Baud rate
Supporting service
Specification
RJ-45 (receptacle)
RS-232
9600bps (default)

Connects to character terminals

Connects to PC serial port and running terminal emulator
on PC.
1.6.1.3.4 Front Panel – Management Port
The DG-CS7010-MM-I provides a RJ-45 (receptacle) Ethernet port. Users can connect
through this management port to hosts for program loading or to connect to remote devices
for remote management (e.g., a managing workstation). Note: when connecting to the host, a
cross-over cable should be used.
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Table 1-3 DG-CS7010-MM-I management port description
Property
Connector
Connector type
Specification
RJ-45 (Receptacle)

10/100Mbps auto sensing

Cat 5 UTP: 300 m
1.6.1.3.5 Front Panel – Reset Button
DG-CS7010-MM-I provides a RESET button for resetting the board.
1.6.1.4 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT and DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP
12-port optical-electronic combo and 12-port electronic interface line card (DG-CS700012GC12GT): to implement the layer2 and layer3 wire speed exchange and routing function of
12-port 1G optical-electronic combo and 12-port 1G electronic interface and IPv6 wire speed
transmission function.
Double 10G and 12-port optical-electronic combo and 12-port electronic interface line
card (DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP): to implement the layer2 and layer3 wire speed
exchange and routing function of 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12-port 1G electronic
and 2-port 10G XFP interface, and IPv6 wire speed transmission function.
1.6.1.4.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT provides twelve 1G SFP ports, twenty four 1G electronic ports,
where the twelve 1G optical ports and the last twelve 1G electronic ports are combo ports.
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Fig 1-8 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT front panel view
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP provides two 10G XFP ports, twelve 1G optical SFP ports,
twenty four 1G electronic SFP ports, where the twelve 1G optical ports and the last twelve 1G
electronic ports are combo ports.
Fig 1-9 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP front panel view
1.6.1.4.2 Front Panel Indicator
The description of front panel indicator of DG-CS7000-12GC12GT and DG-CS700012GC12GT2XFP is as follows:
Table 1-4 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT and DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP indicator description
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
Power
Indicator
Running
Indicator
PWR
RUN
Status
Meanings
On (Green)
Network Interface Card power on
Off
Network Interface Card power off
On
(Green
1Hz
flash)
On
status
(Green
8Hz
flash)
On
Network Interface Card running in normal
(Yellow
System loading (Network Interface Card
Booting after hot plug in)
8Hz
flash)
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On
(Red
8Hz
flash)
Running status is in failure
Network Interface Card is off and can be
Off
pulled out
RJ-45 Interface indicator
Status
Indicator
RJ-45 Interface Network Connection is
On (Green)
Shared
Transmissio
normal
There is not network connection at RJ-45
Off
interface
On (Yellow)
n Indicator
Sending or receiving data
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
Transmissio
“Right
n Indicator
Light”
SFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
There is not network connection at SFP
Off
interface
Flashes (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP interface Indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmissio
n Indicator
XFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
Link
There is not network connection at XFP
Off
Act
transceiver
Flashes (Green)
Sending or receiving data
1.6.1.4.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT and DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP provide twelve SFP 1G
optical fiber transceivers and twenty four RJ-45 1G electronic port slots.
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP provides two XFP 10G optical ports.
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1.6.1.5 DG-CS7000-48GT
48GT electronic interface line card (DG-CS7000-48GT): to implement the layer2 and
layer3 wire speed exchange and routing function of 48GT electronic interface and IPv6 wire
speed transmission function.
1.6.1.5.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7000-48GT provides 48-Port 10/100/1000M Ethernet electronic ports,
Fig 1-10 DG-CS7000-48GT front panel view
1.6.1.5.2 Front Panel Indicator
The description of front panel indicator of DG-CS7000-48GT as follows:
Table 1-5 DG-CS7000-48GT indicator description
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
Status
Meanings
RJ-45 Interface indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmissio
n Indicator
RJ-45 Interface Network Connection is
On (Green)
Shared
normal
There is not network connection at RJ-45
Off
interface
On (Yellow)
Sending or receiving data
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1.6.1.5.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7000-48GT provides 48-port 10/100/1000M RJ-45 electronic port.
1.6.1.6 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP
The DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP is switching module for the DG-CS7004. System
status control, switch management, user access control and management, and network
maintenances are performed here. The board can be inserted into first or second slots of the
chassis for Master-Slave redundancy. 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12-port 1G
electronic and 2-port 10G XFP interface, and IPv6 wire speed transmission function.
1.6.1.6.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP provides 2-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12-port
1G electronic and 1-port 10G XFP interface. It implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed
switching, routing function and IPv6 transmission. The front 12 ports are 1000M electronic
ports and the last 12 ports are combo ports.
Fig 1-11 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP front panel view
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1.6.1.6.2 Front Panel Indicator
The description of front panel indicator of DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP as follows:
Table 1-6 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP indicator description
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
Power
Indicator
PWR
MasterSlave
M/S
indicator
FAN
indicator
FAN
Status
On (Green)
Network Interface Card power on
Off
Network Interface Card power off
On (Green)
Master
Off
Slave
On(Green)
Fan present and operating normally
On(Red)
Fan not present or operating abnormally
Off
Fan not present
On
Running
Indicator
Meanings
(Green
1Hz
flash)
RUN
Network Interface Card running in normal
status
System loading (Network Interface Card
On (Green)
Booting after hot plug in)
Off
Network Interface Card running abnormally
RJ-45 Interface indicator
RJ-45 Interface Network Connection is
On (Green)
normal
Status
There is not network connection at RJ-45
Off
Indicator
interface
On (Orange)
Sending or receiving data
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
SFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
There is not network connection at SFP
Off
interface
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Transmissio
“Right
n Indicator
Light”
Flashes (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP interface Indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmissio
n Indicator
XFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
Link
There is not network connection at XFP
Off
Act
transceiver
Flashes (Green)
Sending or receiving data
1.6.1.6.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP provides 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 24-port
1G electronic and 1-port 10G XFP interface.
1.6.1.7 DG-CS7000-4XFP
DG-CS7000-4XFP implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing
function of 4 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces and IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
1.6.1.7.1 Front Panel Diagram
The following is the sketch map of its front panel:
Fig 1-12 the Sketch Map of the Front Panel of DG-CS7000-4XFP
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1.6.1.7.2 Front Panel Indicator
The following is the instruction of the indicator lamps on the front panel of DG-CS70004XFP.
Table 1-7 the Instruction of Indicator Lamps of DG-CS7000-4XFP
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
Power
Indicator
PWR
Lamp
State
Explanation
On(green)
The boardcard is power-on
Off
The boardcard is power-off
On(green,
glittering
the
The boardcard is operating normally
frequency of 1 HZ)
Run
Operating
at
RUN
On(green,
glittering
Indicator
at
the
frequency of 8 HZ)
Off
The system is booting(Booting after the
boardcard is hot-plugged in)
The boardcard is operating abnormally
XFP Interface Indicator Lamps
State
Indicator
The network connection of XFP Transceiver
On(green)
is normal.
Link
Lamp
There is no network connection on XFP
Off
Transceiver
Transmissio
n
Indicator
Act
On(green)
Receiving or sending data.
Lamp
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1.6.1.7.3 Front Panel Interfaces Description
DG-CS7000-4XFP provides 4 10,000Mbps XFP electric interfaces.
1.6.1.8 DG-CS7000-48GX
48-port 1000Mbps optical line card (DG-CS7000-48GX): Implements 2-layer and 3-layer
wire-speed switching and routing function of 48 1000Mbps optical interfaces, and IPv6 wirespeed transmission.
1.6.1.8.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7000-48GX provides 48 1000Mbps optical interfaces.
The following is the sketch map of its front panel:
Fig 1-13 the Sketch Map of the Front Panel of DG-CS7000-48GX
The ports in the above chart are port GB1 - GB48 from the bottom-left corner to the topright corner. The indicator lamps of ports having odd index number are on the left side of the
port array, while the indicator lamps of ports having even index number are on the right side.
The lamps are green indicator lamps.
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1.6.1.8.2 Front Panel Indicator
The following is the instruction of the indicator lamps on the front panel of DG-CS700048GX.
Table 1-8 the Instruction of Indicator Lamps of DG-CS7000-48GX
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
State
Explanation
SFP Interface Indicator Lamps
State
The network connection of SFP interface is
On(green)
normal.
Indicator
Lamp
There is no network connection on SFP
Off
interface
Transmissio
n
Indicator
On(green)
SFP is receiving or sending data.
Lamp
1.6.1.8.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7000-48GX provides 48 SFP 1000Mbps optical transceiver interfaces.
1.6.1.9 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP
The DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP is switching module for the DG-CS7004. System
status control, switch management, user access control and management, and network
maintenances are performed here. The board can be inserted into first or second slots of the
chassis for Master-Slave redundancy. DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP supports 2-layer
and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing function of 12 1000Mbps optical-electronic
combos, 12 1000Mbps opticals and 1 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed
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transmission.
1.6.1.9.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP provides 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12-port
1G optical and 1-port 10G XFP interface. 12-port 1G optical-electronic are combo at the front,
12-port are 1G optical interface at the back.
The following is the sketch map of its front panel:
Fig 1-14 the Sketch Map of the Front Panel of DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP
1.6.1.9.2 Front Panel Indicator
The following is the instruction of the indicator lamps on the front panel of DG-CS7004MM-12GC12GX1XFP.
Table1-9 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP indicator description
LED
Panel
Power
Indicaor
Master-Slave
Indicator
PWR
M/S
Fan
Indicator
Operation
Status
Symbol
FAN
RUN
Description
On(Green)
Card Powered
Off
Card Powered off
On(Green)
Master
Off
Slave
On(Green)
Fan operating normally
Fan not present or operating
Off
abnormally
On(Green, blink at 1 Hz)
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System is loading (Booting
Indicator
On(Green, blink at 8 Hz)
after the
boardcard is hot-
plugged in)
Off
Operating malfunctioning
RJ-45 Interface Indicator
The network connection of RJ-
On(Green)
Port
Indicator
45 interface is normal
There is no network connection
Off
on RJ-45 interface
On(Orange)
Receiving or sending data
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
Transmission
“Right
Indicator
Light”
On (Green)
SFP
network
connection is normal
There
Off
transceiver
is
not
network
connection at SFP interface
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP Interface Indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmission
Indicator
On (Green)
Link
transceiver
network
connection is normal
There
Off
Act
XFP
is
not
network
connection at XFP transceiver
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
1.6.1.9.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GX1XFP provides 24 SFP 1000Mbps optical fibre transceivers,
12 RJ-45 1000Mbps electronic port slots and 1 XFP 10,000Mbps electronic port.
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1.6.1.10 DG-CS7000-12GC12GX and DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP
The DG-CS7000-12GC12GX is switching module for the 76 series switch and
implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing function of 12 1000Mbps
optical-electronic combo, 12 1000Mbps optical interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
The DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP is switching module for the 76 series switch and
implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing function of 12 1000Mbps
optical-electronic combo, 12 1000Mbps optical and 2 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces, IPv6 wirespeed transmission.
1.6.1.10.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7000-12GC12GX provides 12 1000Mbps optical-electronic combo and 12
1000Mbps optical interfaces. 12 1000Mbps electronic ports are combo ports at the front, 12
ports are 1000Mbps optical port at the back.
The following is the sketch map of its front panel:
Fig 1-15 the Sketch Map of the Front Panel of DG-CS7000-12GC12GX
The DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP provides 12 1000Mbps optical-electronic combo, 12
1000Mbps optical interfaces and 2 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces. 12 1000Mbps electronic ports
are combo ports at the front, 12 ports are 1000Mbps optical ports at the back.
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The following is the sketch map of its front panel:
Fig 1-16 the Sketch Map of the Front Panel of DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP
1.6.1.10.2 Front Panel Indicator
The following is the instruction of the indicator lamps on the front panel of DG-CS700012GC12GX and DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP.
Table1-10 DG-CS7000-12GC12GX and DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP indicator description
LED
Panel
Power
Indicaor
Status
Symbol
PWR
On(Green)
Card Powered
Off
Card Powered off
On(Green, blink at 1
Operation
Indicator
Hz)
RUN
Description
Cards operating normally
On(Green, blink at 8
System is loading (Booting after the
Hz)
boardcard is hot-plugged in)
Off
Operating malfunctioning
RJ-45 Interface Indicator
The network connection of RJ-45
On(Green)
Port
Indicator
interface is normal
There is no network connection on
Off
RJ-45 interface
On(Orange)
Receiving or sending data
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
On (Green)
Off
SFP
transceiver
network
connection is normal
There is not network connection at
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SFP interface
Transmission
“Right
Indicator
Light”
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP Interface Indicator
Status
Act
network
There is not network connection at
Off
Transmission
transceiver
connection is normal
Link
Indicator
Indicator
XFP
On (Green)
XFP transceiver
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
1.6.1.10.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7000-12GC12GX and DG-CS7000-12GC12GX2XFP provides 24 SFP 1000Mbps
optical fibre transceivers, 12 RJ-45 1000Mbps electronic port slots.
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP provides 2 XFP 10,000Mbps optical ports.
1.6.1.11 DG-CS7010-MM-II
The DG-CS7010-MM-II is main switching module for the DG-CS7010, the important
functions such as system status control, route management, user access control and
management, network maintenances are performed here. The board can be inserted into M1
or M2 slots of the chassis switch and support Master-Slave redundancy.
1.6.1.11.1 Front Panel Diagram
The
DG-CS7010-MM-II
provide
1
Console
10/100/1000Base-Tx Ethernet port (management port).
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The Front Panel is shown as below:
Fig 1-17 DG-CS7010-MM-II Front Panel
1.6.1.11.2 Front Panel Indicator
The following table describes the front panel indicators of DG-CS7010-MM-II:
Table1-11 DG-CS7010-MM-II indicator description
LED
Panel
Power
Indicaor
Status
Symbol
PWR
On(Green)
Card Powered
Off
Card Powered off
On(Green, blink at 1
Hz)
Operation
Indicator
RUN
System is loading when the card is
Hz)
hot plugged
On(Yellow, blink at 8
Hz)
Hz)
indicator
Power
Supply
Module
System is shutting down
Cards malfunction
Cards are powered off and can be
Off
M/S
Cards operating normally
On(Green, blink at 8
On(Red, blink at 8
Master-Slave
Description
removed
On(Green)
Master
Off
Slave
Power Supply Module operating
On(Green)
normally
OK
Power
Off
supply
module
malfunctioning or not present (with
Fail off)
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On(Yellow)
Status
Fail
indicator:
Power Supply Module malfunction
Power supply module operating
normally or not present (with OK
Off
off)
POWER
Fan Assembly
OK
Status
indicator
FAN
Fan operating normally
On(Green)
Fan malfunctioning or not present
Off
(with Alarm off)
On(Yellow)
Alarm
Fan malfunction
Fan
Off
operating
normally
or
not
present (with OK off)
1.6.1.11.3 Front Panel Console
The DG-CS7010-MM-II provides a RJ-45 (receptacle) Console serial port. Users can
connect to background terminal computers via this port to perform system debugging,
configuration, maintenance, management and host software loading.
Table1-12DG-CS7010-MM-II Console Port Description
Property
Specification
Connector
RJ-45(receptacle)
Connector type
RS-232
Baud rate
9600bps(default)
Supporting Service

Connects to character terminals

Connects to PC serial port and running terminal
emulator on PC
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1.6.1.11.4 Front Panel Management Port
The DG-CS7010-MM-II provides a RJ-45 (receptacle) Ethernet port. Users can connect
through this management port to background terminal computer for program loading or to
connect to remote devices for remote management (e.g., a managing workstation). Note:
when connecting to the host, a cross-over cable should be used.
Table1-13 DG-CS7010-MM-II Management Port description
Property
Specification
Connector
RJ-45(receptacle)
Connector type

10/100/1000Mbps adapting

Cat 5(UTP): 300m
1.6.1.12 DG-CS7000-12GT24GX and DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP
The DG-CS7000-12GT24GX is switching module for the 7600E series switch, which
supports MPLS VPN function and implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and
routing function of 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 24 1000Mbps optical interfaces, IPv6
wire-speed transmission.
The DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP is switching module for the 7600E series switch,
which supports MPLS VPN function and implements 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching
and routing function of 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 12 1000Mbps optical and 2
10,000Mbps XFP interfaces, IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
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1.6.1.12.1 Front Panel
The DG-CS7000-12GT24GX provides 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces and 24
1000Mbps optical interfaces.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-18 DG-CS7000-12GT24GX Front Panel View
DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP provides 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 24 1000Mbps
optical and 2 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-19 DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP Front Panel View
1.6.1.12.2 Front Panel - Indicator
The following is the instruction of the indicator lamps on the front panel of DG-CS700012GT24GX and DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP.
Table1-14 DG-CS7000-12GT24GX and DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP indicator description
LED
Panel
Power
Indicaor
Status
Symbol
PWR
Description
On(Green)
Card Powered
Off
Card Powered off
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On(Green, blink at
Operation
Indicator
1 Hz)
RUN
Cards operating normally
On(Green, blink at
System
is
loading
(Booting
8 Hz)
boardcard is hot-plugged in)
Off
Operating malfunctioning
after
the
RJ-45 Interface Indicator
The network connection of RJ-45 interface
On(Green)
is normal
Port
There is no network connection on RJ-45
Off
Indicator
interface
Receiving or sending data
On(Orange)
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
Transmissio
“Right
n Indicator
Light”
SFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
There is not network connection at SFP
Off
interface
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP Interface Indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmissio
n Indicator
XFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
Link
There is not network connection at XFP
Off
Act
transceiver
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
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1.6.1.12.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7000-12GT24GX provides 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces and 24 1000Mbps
optical interfaces.
DG-CS7000-12GT24GX2XFP provides 12 1000Mbps electronic interfaces, 24 1000Mbps
optical and 2 10,000Mbps XFP interfaces.
1.6.1.13 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT (R2) and DG-CS700012GC12GT2XFP (R2)
12-port optical-electronic combo and 12-port electronic interface line card (DG-CS700012GC12GT(R2)): The switching module for the DG-CS7004(R2), to implement the layer2 and
layer3 wire speed exchange and routing function of 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo and
12-port 1G electronic interface and IPv6 wire speed transmission function.
Double 10G and 12-port optical-electronic combo and 12-port electronic interface line
card (DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP(R2)): The switching module for the DG-CS7004(R2),
implement the layer2 and layer3 wire speed exchange and routing function of 12-port 1G
optical-electronic combo, 12-port 1G electronic and 2-port 10G XFP interface, and IPv6 wire
speed transmission function.
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1.6.1.13.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT (R2) provides twelve 1G optical combo ports, twelve 1G
electronic ports, where the twelve 1G optical ports and the last twelve 1G electronic ports are
combo ports.
Fig 1-20 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT (R2) front panel view
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP (R2) provides two 10G XFP ports, twelve 1G optical SFP
ports, twelve 1G electronic SFP ports, where the twelve 1G optical ports and the last twelve
1G electronic ports are combo ports.
Fig 1-21 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP (R2) front panel view
1.6.1.13.2 Front Panel Indicator
The description of front panel indicator of DG-CS7000-12GC12GT (R2) and DG-CS700012GC12GT2XFP (R2) is as follows:
Table 1-15 DG-CS7000-12GC12GT (R2) and DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP (R2) indicator
description
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
Power
Indicator
PWR
Status
Meanings
On (Green)
Network Interface Card power on
Off
Network Interface Card power off
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On
Running
Indicator
(Green
1Hz
flash)
RUN
On
Network Interface Card running in normal
status
(Green
8Hz
System loading (Network Interface Card
flash)
Booting after hot plug in)
Off
Running status is in failure
RJ-45 Interface indicator
RJ-45 Interface Network Connection is
On (Green)
normal
Interface
There is not network connection at RJ-45
Off
Indicator
interface
On (Orange)
Sending or receiving data
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
Transmissio
“Right
n Indicator
Light”
SFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
There is not network connection at SFP
Off
interface
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP interface Indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmissio
n Indicator
XFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
Link
There is not network connection at XFP
Off
Act
transceiver
On (Green)
Sending or receiving data
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1.6.1.13.3 Front Panel Interface Description
1G optical fibre transceivers and 12 RJ-45 1G electronic port slots.
DG-CS7000-12GC12GT2XFP (R2) provides two XFP 10G optical ports.
1.6.1.14 DG-CS7000-48GX (R2)
48-port 1000Mbps optical line card (DG-CS7000-48GX (R2)): The switching module for
the DG-CS7004 (R2), implement 2-layer and 3-layer wire-speed switching and routing
function of 48 1000Mbps optical interfaces, and IPv6 wire-speed transmission.
1.6.1.14.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7000-48GX (R2) provides 48 1000Mbps optical interfaces.
The following is the sketch map of its front panel:
Fig 1-22 the Sketch Map of the Front Panel of DG-CS7000-48GX(R2)
The ports in the above chart are port GB1-GB48 from the bottom-left corner to the topright corner. The indicator lamps of ports having odd index number are on the left side of the
port array, while the indicator lamps of ports having even index number are on the right side.
The lamps are green indicator lamps.
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1.6.1.14.2 Front Panel Indicator
The following is the instruction of the indicator lamps on the front panel of DG-CS700048GX (R2).
Table 1-16 the Instruction of Indicator Lamps of DG-CS7000-48GX(R2)
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
State
Explanation
SFP Interface Indicator Lamps
State
The network connection of SFP interface is
On(green)
normal.
Indicator
Lamp
There is no network connection on SFP
Off
interface
Transmissio
n
Indicator
On(green)
SFP is receiving or sending data.
Lamp
1.6.1.14.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7000-48GX (R2) provides 48 SFP 1000Mbps optical transceiver interfaces.
1.6.1.15 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2)
The DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) is switching module for the DG-CS7004
(R2). System status control, switch management, user access control and management, and
network maintenances are performed here. The board can be inserted into first or second
slots of the chassis for Master-Slave redundancy. 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo, 12port 1G electronic and 2-port 10G XFP interface, and IPv6 wire speed transmission function.
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1.6.1.15.1 Front Panel Diagram
DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) provides 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo,
12-port 1G electronic and 1-port 10G XFP interface.
Fig 1-23 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) front panel view
1.6.1.15.2 Front Panel Indicator
The description of front panel indicator of DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) as
follows:
Table 1-17 DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) indicator description
LED
Panel
Indicator
Sign
Power
Indicator
PWR
MasterSlave
M/S
indicator
Fan
Indicator
FAN
Status
On (Green)
Network Interface Card power on
Off
Network Interface Card power off
On(Green)
Master
Off
Slave
On(Green)
Fan operating normally
On(Red)
Fan operating abnormally
Off
Fan not present
On
Running
Indicator
Meanings
(Green
1Hz
flash)
RUN
Network Interface Card running in normal
status
System loading (Network Interface Card
On (Green)
Booting after hot plug in)
Off
Running status is in failure
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RJ-45 Interface indicator
Status
Indicator
RJ-45 Interface Network Connection is
On (Green)
Shared
Transmissio
normal
There is not network connection at RJ-45
Off
interface
On (Yellow)
n Indicator
Sending or receiving data
SFP Interface Indicator
Status
“Left
Indicator
Light”
Transmissio
“Right
n Indicator
Light”
SFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
There is not network connection at SFP
Off
interface
Flashes (Green)
Sending or receiving data
XFP interface Indicator
Status
Indicator
Transmissio
n Indicator
XFP transceiver network connection is
On (Green)
normal
Link
There is not network connection at XFP
Off
Act
transceiver
Flashes (Green)
Sending or receiving data
1.6.1.15.3 Front Panel Interface Description
DG-CS7004-MM-12GC12GT1XFP (R2) provides 12-port 1G optical-electronic combo,
12-port 1G electronic and 2-port 10G XFP interface.
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1.6.1.16 DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2)
The DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) is switching module for the DG-CS7010(R2). System status
control, switch management, user access control and management, and network
maintenances are performed here. The board can be inserted into M1 or M2 slots of the
chassis for Master-Slave redundancy.
1.6.1.16.1 Front Panel
The DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) comes with 1 Console port (control console), 1 10/100BaseTx Ethernet port (management port) and 1 CF card port.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-24 DG-CS7010-MM-I(R2) Front Panel view
1.6.1.16.2 Front Panel - Indicator
The following table describes the front panel indicators of DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2):
Table 1-18 DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) indicators description
LED
Power
Indicator
Operation
indicator
Panel Symbol
PWR
RUN
Status
Description
On (Green)
Card powered
Off
Card powered off
On (Green, blink at 1
Hz)
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On (Green, blink at 8
Hz)
MasterSlave
M/S
indicator
Power
Supply
Module
indicator:
Assembly
On (Green)
Master
Off
Slave
FAN_OK
FAN_ALARM
ACT
port
LINK
CF card
status
indicator
CF-STATUS
Power Supply Module alarm
On (Green)
Fan operating normally
Off
Fan malfunctioning or not present
On (Yellow)
Fan alarm
Fan operating not alarm or not
Off
present
On (Green)
Ethernet port Sending or receiving
data
Ethernet port Sending or receiving
Off
indicator
module
not present
manageme
nt
supply
Power supply module not alarm or
Off
FAN
Ethernet
normally
malfunctioning or not present
On (Yellow)
POWER_Fail
Power Supply Module operating
Power
Off
Status
indicator:
Cards malfunction
POWER _OK
POWER
Fan
Off
On (Green)
Status
System is loading
no data
On (Green)
Ethernet port link successfully
Off
Ethernet port link unsuccessfully
On (Green)
Off
CF card is in position and can
work
CF card not present
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1.6.1.16.3 Front Panel – Console Port
The DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) provides a RJ-45 (receptacle) Console serial port. Users can
connect to hosts via this port to perform system debugging, configuration, maintenance,
management and host software loading.
Table 1-19 DG-CS7010-MM-I(R2) Console description
Property
Connector
Connector type
Baud rate
Supporting service
Specification
RJ-45 (receptacle)
RS-232
9600bps (default)

Connects to character terminals

Connects to PC serial port and running terminal emulator
on PC.
1.6.1.16.4 Front Panel – Management Port
The DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) provides a RJ-45 (receptacle) Ethernet port. Users can
connect through this management port to hosts for program loading or to connect to remote
devices for remote management (e.g., a managing workstation). Note: when connecting to
the host, a cross-over cable should be used.
Table 1-20 DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) management port description
Property
Connector
Connector type
Specification
RJ-45 (Receptacle)

10/100Mbps auto sensing

Cat 5 UTP: 100 m
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1.6.1.16.5 Front Panel – CF Card Interface
DG-CS7010-MM-I (R2) provides a standard CF card slot, and supports hot-swapping. CF
card content supports 256MB/512MB/1GB, it can be save edition, configuration files and so
on, so as to conveniency switch software update. Notice: It is suggested to ues DIGISOL CF
card, it is not assure the compatibility with other CF card.
Interface description
DG-CS7000 series provide 1000Mbps SFP electric interfaces, RJ-45 (receptacle)
Console serial ports and 10,000Mbps XFP electric interfaces.
Interface description as follow:
Table 1-21 DG-CS7000 series interface description
Interface Format
RJ-45 port
Specs

10/100/1000Mbps self-adapting

MDI/MDI-X network wire type self-adapting

5 kinds of Unshielded Twisted Pair(UTP): 100 metres

SFP-SX-L transceiver
1000Base-SX SFP(850nm,MMF,550m)

SFP-LX-L transceiver
1000Base-LX SFP(1310nm, SMF, 10km or MMF, 550m)
SFP

SFP-LX-20-L transcever
1310nm lightwave, 9/125um single-mode fiber: 20km

SFP-LX-40 transceiver
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9/125um single-mode fiber: 40km

SFP-LH-70-L transceiver
9/125um single-mode fiber: 70km

SFP-LH-120-L transceiver
9/125um single-mode fiber: 120km

SFP-GT
SFP-GT module:
1000Base-T SFP interface card module, RJ-45 interface

XFP-SR transceiver
10GBase-SR XFP (850nm, 62.5μm MMF 32m, 50μm
500MHz/km MMF 85m, 50μm 2000MHz/km MMF 300m)

XFP-LR transceiver
10GBase-LR XFP (1310nm, SMF,10km)
XFP

XFP-ER transceiver
1550nm SMF, 40km

XFP-ER-70 transceiver
1550nm SMF, 70km
Power supply
1.6.1.17 DG-SA-RPS-7004AC
DG-CS7004 uses 1 +1 redundant power supplies, and supplies agile power supply
weave, to realize high reliability for users by least cost.
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1.6.1.17.1 DG-SA-RPS-7004AC (Alternating Current Power Module for 400W)
DG-SA-RPS-7004AC is an Alternating Current Power module for 400W, which support
hot plug and redundance backup.
1.6.1.17.2 Power module Front Panel
The front panel of DG-SA-RPS-7004AC is equipped with power supply switches, power
supply indicators as well as ventilating and cooling port and a handle for inserting and pulling
out the modules.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-25 DG-SA-RPS-7004AC Front Panel View
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1.6.1.17.3 LED
The LED description of DG-SA-RPS-7004AC is as follows
Table 1-22 The Description of DG-SA-RPS-7004AC LED
LED
Panel
Status
Description
Label
Output
Output LED
Abort LED
Good
On Green
Power Module Output Status is okay
Off
Power Module has no output
On Yellow
Faulty Power Module /Not turning-on
Fault
The Output Switch
Off
Power Module Working Fine
1.6.1.17.4 Switch of power supply for front panel
DG-SA-RPS-7004AC provides a power supply switch for controlling the power output of
control module. Under normal operation conditions, the switches for power supply modules
shall be turned on currently. When the switch of one power supply module is turned on and
another is turned off, the FAULT indicator of the module will be on to suggest the users to turn
on the switch so as to utilize 1+1 redundant backup.
1.6.1.18 DG-SA-RPS-7004DC
DG-CS7004 uses 1 +1 redundant DC power supplies. But not suggest that the AC power
and DC power be used mixed.
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1.6.1.18.1 DG-SA-RPS-7004DC (Direct Current Power Module for 400W)
DG-SA-RPS-7004DC is a Direct Current Power module for 400W, which support hot plug
and redundance backup.
1.6.1.18.2 Power module Front Panel
The front panel of DG-SA-RPS-7004DC is equipped with power supply switches, power
supply indicators as well as ventilating and cooling port and a handle for inserting and pulling
out the modules. On panel’s right hand is DC connector, supports -48VDC input. The power
supply DC connector has three input terminal, they are RTN, -48V and PG from the top down,
and the meanings are shown below:
RTN: power supply reflow
-48V: -48V input
PG: plane ground
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-26 DG-SA-RPS-7004DC Front Panel View
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1.6.1.18.3 LED
The LED description of DG-SA-RPS-7004DC is as follows:
Table 1-23 the Description of DG-SA-RPS-7004DC LED
LED
Panel
Status
Description
Label
Output
Output LED
Abort LED
Good
On Green
Power Module Output Status is okay
Off
Power Module has no output
On Yellow
Faulty Power Module /Not turning-on
Fault
The Output Switch
Off
Power Module Working Fine
1.6.1.18.4 Switch of power supply for front panel
DG-SA-RPS-7004DC provides a power supply switch for controlling the power output of
control module. Under normal operation conditions, the switches for power supply modules
shall be turned on simultaneous. When the switch of one power supply module is turned on
and another is turned off, the FAULT indicator of the module will be on to suggest the users to
turn on the switch so as to utilize 1+1 redundant backup.
1.6.1.19 DG-SA-RPS-7010AC
DG-CS7010 uses 2 +1 redundant power supplies, three power modules can act as
backups for each other. During normal operation, all three power modules each take one third
of the load. If one of the modules fails or is not present, the other two power modules will
supply power for the whole switch, and the corresponding POWER/Fail warning indicator for
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the failed/missing module will illuminate, prompting the replacement of the failed module. The
warning indicator will turn off after the failed module is replaced or recovers.
The DG-CS7010 power module is installed in the lower section of the chassis, and
connects to the power board of the switch. All the power modules attach to the chassis with 2
screws, respectively. When replacing the power modules, the chassis need not to be opened,
just remove the 2 fastening screws to take out the power module requiring replacement.
1.6.1.19.1 DG-SA-RPS-7010AC
When powered by AC inputs, the AC power module DG-SA-RPS-7010AC and
corresponding AC distribution box should be used in the DG-CS7010. The input voltage of the
DG-SA-RPS-7010AC is 110V/220 VAC, with ranges between 90 ~ 264 VAC and frequency
between 50 ~ 60 Hz, the maximum output power is 600W.
1.6.1.19.2 Power module Front Panel
There are vents (with dust gauzes), 2 fastening screws and handle for replacing the
modules on the front panels of DG-SA-RPS-7010AC.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
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Fig 1-27 DG-SA-RPS-7010AC Front Panel view
Power Distribution Box
1.6.1.20 DG-CS7004 Power Distribution Box
There is a special A.C. distribution box on the backboard of DG-CS7004 switch.
In generally, the enterprises users usually ask for the 220VAC access. The panel of A.C.
distribution box is equipped with two 220VAC socket for provide power supply to the
equipment. At the same time, it provides power supply to the two power supply modules. After
the D.C. output is disposed on the backplane, it provides power supply to the modules and
fan tray. The lower part of the power supply socket is equipped with a locking ring, which is
used to fix the power supply lines to prevent unexpected disconnection and make the wiring
more convenient. The distribution box is equipped with a grounding terminal at its lower right
part, which is used for grounding the switch.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
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Fig 1-28 DG-CS7004 Power Distribution Box Panel view
1.6.1.21 DG-CS7010 Power Distribution Box
There is a dedicated AC distribution box or DC distribution box in the lower section of
DG-CS7010 backplane, distributing power supply for the corresponding AC or DC power
module. A grounding post is provided on the chassis on both sides of the distribution box for
switch grounding. There is also an extraction handle, which is intended for the installation and
removal of the distribution box only. Never lift or move the switch with this handle!
1.6.1.21.1 AC Power Distribution Box
Enterprise network users usually require equipment to have 220 VAC input, the AC
power modules and AC distribution box can satisfy this application. Three 220V/110 VAC
power input sockets are provided on the panel of the DG-CS7010 AC distribution box. Input
AC power will first pass through protective circuits, such as the AC filter, lightning protection
tube, and then provide power for the three AC power modules. The other modules and fan
trays are powered only after the DC output from the power modules are equalized and
coupled. A wiring clip is provided above each 220V/110 VAC input socket for the positioning
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of power cords and easier wiring. In addition, on the left side of the AC distribution panel is a
power supply switch used to control the modules’ power output . Please turn this power
supply switch on during normal operation of the DG-CS7010.
The Front Panel view is shown below:
Fig 1-29 DG-CS7010 AC Power Distribution Box
System Backplane
The system board of DG-CS7004 serial switch is located inside the switch, providing
interconnectivity in the high speed data links between management switching modules,
network interface modules and between all management and control signals of various cards.
A backplane has been installed in the unit chassis. The backplane provides the following
functions:

Provides communication channel for cards to achieve interconnectivity of various
signals

The backplane is powerless

Supports the hot-swapping of various cards

Supports Mainboard Master-Slave swap
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
Auto identification of all slots

Distributed power supplies

Introduction of monitoring signals for fans and power supplies
Fan Tray
1.6.1.22 DG-CS7004 Fan Tray
Three fan assemblies (MRS-7604E-FAN) can be configured in the DG-CS7004, and
installed in a horizontal configuration into the fan module slots in the switch’s upper front
panel. The three fan assemblies cover the entire board area, ensuring sufficient ventilation for
the devices, hence enhancing the stability of devices even under high temperature
environments. Each fan assembly consists of 2 axial fans, which are protected by the fan tray
to prevent bodily injury. Please note that the fan blades still spin at a high speed when
disconnected from the device during operation, to avoid bodily injury do not touch the
spinning blades.
Fig 1-30 MRS-7604E-FAN Outlook
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Fig 1-31 MRS-7604E-FAN Front Panel View
1.6.1.23 DG-CS7010 Fan Tray
Three fan assemblies (MRS-7608E-FAN) can be configured in the DG-CS7010, and
installed in a horizontal configuration into the fan module slots in the switch’s upper front
panel. The three fan assemblies cover the entire board area, ensuring sufficient ventilation for
the devices, hence enhancing the stability of devices even under high temperature
environments. Each fan assembly consists of 2 axial fans, which are protected by the fan tray
to prevent bodily injury. Please note that the fan blades still spin at a high speed when
disconnected from the device during operation, to avoid bodily injury do not touch the
spinning blades.
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Fig 1-32 MRS-7608E-FAN Outlook
Fig 1-33 MRS-7608E-FAN Front Panel View
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Dust Gauze
1.6.1.24 DG-CS7004 Dust Gauze
The DG-CS7004’s dust gauze lies under the board rack and prevents large particles in
the air from entering the switch. The dust gauze should be inserted from the front of the DGCS7004 in a horizontal position.
Fig 1-34 DG-CS7004 Dust Gauze Outlook
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1.6.1.25 DG-CS7010 Dust Gauze
The DG-CS7010’s dust gauze lies under the board rack and prevents large particles in
the air from entering the switch. The dust gauze should be inserted from the front of the DGCS7010 in a horizontal position.
Fig 1-35 DG-CS7010 Dust Gauze Outlook
Rear Panel
1.6.1.26 DG-CS7004 Rear Panel
The rear panel of the DG-CS7004 covers the switch backplane. To ensure safe operation
of the switch, please do not open the rear panel. There are two reversible handles on the rear
panel; they are used only for the installation and removal of the rear panel. Never lift or move
the switch with these handles! The rear panel is shown below:
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FIG 1-36 DG-CS7004 Rear Panel View
1.6.1.27 DG-CS7010 Rear Panel
The rear panel of the DG-CS7010 covers the switch backplane. To ensure safe operation
of the switch, please do not open the rear panel. There are two reversible handles on the rear
panel; they are used only for the installation and removal of the rear panel. Never lift or move
the switch with these handles! The rear panel is shown below:
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FIG 1-37 DG-CS7010 Rear Panel View
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Side Panels
1.6.1.28 DG-CS7004 Side Panels
There are several rows of ventilation openings in the left and right sides of the switch, as
shown above.
FIG 1-38 DG-CS7004 Side Panels View
Please do not block the ventilation openings and ensure that enough clearance is left on
both sides of the switch for air circulation. Failure to do so can cause the chassis to overheat
and the system to fail, or damage to components.
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1.6.1.29 DG-CS7010 Side Panels
There are several rows of ventilation openings in the left and right sides of the switch, as
shown below.
FIG 1-39 DG-CS7010 Side Panels View
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Please do not block the ventilation openings and ensure that enough clearance is left on
both sides of the switch for air circulation. Failure to do so can cause the chassis to overheat
and the system to fail, or damage to components.
1.7 System Features
DG-CS7004 System Features
Table 1-24 DG-CS7004 System Features
Basic Configuration
Hot swap
Failover design
4 slots
Yes
Core part redundant hot swapping
Power supplies redundant hot swapping
Port: Traffic, LINK
Status indicator
Weight
General: Power status, system status, hot-swap indicator
30KG (Max full configuration weight)
Physical Dimensions 440mm x266mm x421mm (W x H x D)
Relative humidity
Operating
Temperature
10% ~ 90% with no condensing
0 C ~ 45 C
Nominal Input Voltage
AC: 90 ~ 264 VAC, 50 ~ 60Hz
Power Supplies
DC: -36~-72VDC
(supporting 1+1 redundant backup of power modules)
Power Consumption
≤ 400 W
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DG-CS7010 System Features
Table 1-25 DG-CS7010 System Features
Basic Configuration
Hot swap
Failover design
10 slots
Yes
Core part redundant hot swapping
Power supplies redundant hot swappable
Port: Traffic, LINK
Status indicator
General: Power status, system status, hot-swap
indicator
Weight
65KG (Max full configuration weight)
Physical Dimensions 436mm x 797mm x 478mm (W x H x D)
Relative humidity
Operating
Temperature
10% ~ 90% with no condensing
0 C ~ 45 C
Nominal Input Voltage
Power Supplies
AC: 90 ~ 264 VAC, 50 ~ 60Hz
(supporting 2+1 redundant backup of power modules)
Power Consumption
≤ 1200 W
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2 Hardware Installation
1.8 Installation Notice
During the installation and use of the DG-CS7000 Switch, please follow the safety
guidelines listed below.
Basic Requirements
1.8.1.1 Site Requirements
The DG-CS7000 series Switch must be used indoors, and have the following
requirements: Ambient temperature: 0 ~ 40°C
Humidity: 10% ~ 90%, non-condensing
The DG-CS7000 series is equipped with a fan assembly for providing the switch with
an appropriate level of cooling; you can place the switch on a workbench or rack. Ensure
the following:

The rack or workbench should be well ventilated. For sufficient air circulation,
it is recommended to mount the switch on a 19″ standard rack with sufficient
spacing. Air conditioning is recommended in areas with high temperatures in
the summer.
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To cool the internal circuits, the switch comes with internal fan assemblies. To
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maintain proper air circulation through the switch chassis, we recommend that
you maintain a minimum 100mm separation between the chassis air intake or
the chassis air exhaust and any walls. Make sure that all air intakes and
exhausts on the system remain unobstructed. Do not stack heavy items on the
switch.

Make sure the rack or workbench is strong enough to support the weight of a
fully configured switch.

Make sure the rack or workbench is well grounded; if the workbench is not
grounded, it should be placed near a grounding conductor to provide easy
ground connection for the switch.
1.8.1.2 Temperature and Humidity Requirements
To maximize the switch’s performance and lifespan, the site should maintain a
desirable temperature and humidity. High-humidity conditions can cause electrical
resistance degradation or even electric leakage, degradation of mechanical properties
and corrosion of internal components. Extreme low relative humidity may cause the
insulation spacer to contract, making the fastening screw insecure. Furthermore, in dry
environments, static electricity is liable to be produced and cause harm to internal
circuits. Temperature extremes can cause reduced reliability and premature aging of
insulation materials, thus reducing the switch’s working lifespan. The recommended
temperature and humidity are shown below:
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Temperature:
Long term condition
Relative humidity
Short term condition
Long term condition
Short
term
condition
15 ~ 30°C
0 ~ 40°C
40~65%
10~90%
Notice
A sample of ambient temperature and humidity should be taken at 1.5m above the
floor and 0.4m in front of the switch rack, with no protective panel covering the front and
rear of the rack.
Short term working conditions refer to a maximum of 48 hours of continued operation
and an annual cumulative total of less than 15 days.
Formidable operation conditions refers to the ambient temperature and relative
humidity value that may occur during an air-conditioning system failure, and normal
operation conditions should be recovered within 5 hours.
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1.8.1.3 Dust and Particles
Dust is harmful to the safe operation of the DG-CS7000 series. Dust can lead to
electrostatic adherence, especially likely under low relative humidity, causing poor
contact of metal connectors or contacts. Electrostatic adherence will result in not only
reduced product lifespan, but also increased chance of communication failures. The
recommended values for dust content and particle diameter in the site are shown below:
Max. Diameter (µm)
Max. Density
(particles/m³)
0.5
1
3
5
1.4×107
7×105
2.4×105
1.3×105
In addition, salt, acid and sulfide in the air are also harmful to the switch. Such
harmful gases will aggravate metal corrosion and the aging of some parts. The chosen
site should avoid harmful gases, such as SO2, H2S, NO2, NH3 and Cl2, etc. The table
below details the threshold values.
Gas
Average (mg/m³)
Max (mg/m³)
SO2
0.2
1.5
H2S
0.006
0.03
NO2
0.04
0.15
NH3
0.05
0.15
Cl2
0.01
0.3
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1.8.1.4 Preventing Electrostatic Discharge Damage
Static electric discharges can cause damage to internal circuits, even the entire
switch. Follow these guidelines for preventing ESD damage:
1.
Ensure proper earth grounding of the device
2.
Perform regular cleaning to reduce dust
3.
Maintain proper temperature and humidity
4.
Always wear an ESD wrist strap and antistatic uniform when in contact with circuit
boards
1.8.1.5 Anti-interference Requirements
All sources of interference, whether from the device/system itself or the outside
environment, will affect operations in various ways, such as capacitive coupling, inductive
coupling, electromagnetic radiation, common impedance (including the grounding
system) and cables/lines (power cables, signal lines, and output lines). The following
should be noted:
1.
Precautions should be taken to prevent power source interruptions
2.
Provide the system with a dedicated grounding, rather than sharing the grounding
with electronic equipment or lightning protection devices
3.
Keep away from high power radio transmitters, radar transmitters, and high
frequency strong circuit devices
4.
Provide electromagnetic shielding if necessary
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1.8.1.6 Rack Configuration
The dimensions of the DG-CS7000 are designed to be mounted on a standard 19’’
rack, DG-CS7004’s dimensions are 440mm x 266mm x 421mm (W x H x D). DGCS7010’s dimensions are 436mm x 797mm x 478mm (W x H x D). Please ensure good
ventilation for the rack.

Every device in the rack will generate heat during operation, therefore vent and fans
must be provided for an enclosed rack, and devices should not be stacked closely,.

When mounting devices in an open rack, care should be taken to prevent the rack
frame from obstructing the switch ventilation openings. Be sure to check the
positioning of the switch after installation to avoid the aforementioned.
Notice
If a standard 19’’ rack is not available, the DG-CS7000 series can be placed on a
clean level desktop, leave a clearance of 100mm around the switch for ventilation, and
do not place anything on top of the switch.
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1.8.1.7 Power Supply Requirements
The DG-CS7000 is designed to use modular switching power supplies. The power
input specification is shown below:
Nominal Input Voltage:
AC: 90 ~ 264 VAC, 50 ~ 60Hz
DC: -36 ~ -72VDC
DCR-7604E total power consumption: ≤400W
DCR-7608E total power consumption: ≤1200W
Before installing the power modules, please check the power input to ensure proper
grounding of the power supply system. The input source for the switch should be reliable
and security, a voltage adaptor can be used if necessary. The building’s circuit protection
system should include in a fuse or circuit-breaker of no greater than 240V, 10A. It is
recommended to use a UPS for more reliable power supply.
Notice
Improper power supply system grounding, extreme fluctuation of the input source,
and transients (or spikes) can result in larger error rate, or even hardware damage.
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Safety Guidelines
1. Disconnect power supplies from the chassis before disassembly or moving the
switch.
2. Install the switch in a clean area, ensuring proper temperature and humidity
conditions.
3. Keep the device accessories in a safe place.
4. When handling modules, always handle the modules by the edge, avoid contact
with integrated components and printed circuits. Prevent electrostatic discharge
damage to the integrated components and printed circuits.
5. Keep maintenance tools in a safe place.
6. Do not wear loose clothing that may catch on devices, also remember to fasten
ties or scarves and roll up your sleeves.
7. If the environment may cause harm to eyes, be sure to wear a pair of protective
goggles.
8. Do not perform any operation that may result in bodily injury or damage to the
device.
9. When cleaning the switch, do not use a damp cloth to wipe the switch and never
wash the switch with liquids.
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Safety Warning
1. Safety warnings appear throughout this publication, referring to operations that
may harm you if performed incorrectly.
2. Read through the installation instruction carefully before operating the system.
3. Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to install, replace, or
service the switch.
4. Disconnect power supplies from the chassis before disassembly or moving the
switch.
5. The final configuration of the product must abide by all national laws and codes.
6. The final configuration of the product must abide by in point national laws and
codes.
Hot Line Work Safety Guidelines
1. Before working on equipment that is connected to power lines, remove jewelry
(including rings, necklaces, watches and bracelets). Metal objects will cause
short circuits and damage the device when in contact with both powered items
and the ground.
2. An improper connection between the device and power sockets may be
hazardous.
3. Only trained and qualified personnel should be allowed to operate and maintain
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the device.
4. Reading through the installation guidelines before powering on the system.
Notice:
! Watch out for potential dangers, e.g. wet floors, ungrounded power lines, and worn
power lines;
! Have an emergency switch installed inside the workshop, so that power can be cut off
promptly should an accident occur;
! Do not work alone if potential dangers are present;
! On the event of an accident, take the following measures.
Measure1: Power down the system;
Measure2: Make emergency calls if required;
Measure3: Determine whether the victim requires immediate treatment and take
appropriate action;
Measure4: If possible, send someone for medical help; otherwise, consider the damage
and seek help.
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1.9 Preparing for Installation
After verifying site requirements, please check the contents of the switch container
and accessory kit. (If you are concerned that any item is missing or an incorrect item has
been supplied, please contact your dealer as soon as possible.)
Checking Switch Hardware Configuration and Accessories
Unpack the container to verify the accessory by incasement bill.
Required Tools and Fixings

cross screwdrivers
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Flat-blade screwdriver

ESD-preventive wrist strap

Serial port cable
Connection

Multi-mode fiber cable
cables

Single-mode fiber cable

Category 5 cable with RJ-45 connector
Required tools
1.10 Hardware Installation
The installation of the DG-CS7000 includes the following:


Switch mounting

Desktop installation

Rack-mounting the switch
Switch grounding
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
Cards and modules installation

Connecting to the Console


Connecting to the Management Port



Connecting to the Ethernet port
SFP transceiver installation


Connecting to the Console port
Install the SFP transceiver in the SFP slot
XENPAK transceiver installation

Install the XENPAK transceiver in the XENPAK slot

Copper Cable/Fiber cable connection

Ethernet cable connection

Fiber cable connection
Power supply connection
Switch Installation
1.10.1.1 Desktop installation

Note:
● Choose a smooth level workbench
● Verify that the workbench is strong enough to support the DG-CS7004’s fully
configured weight
● Plan a good position for your DG-CS7004 that is easy to operate and has an
appropriate power source and grounding point.
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● Place the DG-CS7004 safely on the workbench, avoid obstructions on any side of
the switch.
Notice
To avoid damage, do not place any weight on the switch.
1.10.1.2 Rack-mounting DG-CS7000 series

Note:
Before mounting the DG-CS7000 series into the rack, verify that the mounting
positions of the rack are correct. Preposition of the mounting points may result in
inadequate spacing between the switch front panel and the rack front door, and the
rack front door may be unable to be closed with cables and fiber cables connected.
Please keep a 10 mm spacing between the switch front panel and the rack front
door.
Verify the following before installation: the rack is stably positioned; all modules
inside the chassis are fully installed; no obstructions are present inside or around the
rack; the switch is situated near the rack for ease of installation.

Installation Steps
Step 1: Attach the 2 hangers on the DG-CS7000 series with screws provided in the
accessory kit.
Be sure to attach the hangers in the correct direction, otherwise the switch
will not be able to mount into a standard rack.
Note that the hangers are not weight bearing. They are used to fasten the
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switch. The mounting Shelf or sliding rails (bolt to the rack) will support the
switch. The figure below shows the steps for mounting the hangers:
Fig 2-1 Installing DG-CS7004 Switch Hangers
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Fig 2-2 Installing DG-CS7010 Switch Hangers
Step 2: Put the hanger-mounted switch smoothly into a standard 19’’ rack.
Because of the size and weight of a DG-CS7000 series, 2 people are
required to complete the installation. With a person standing on each side
of the chassis, grasp the chassis handle in the lower side panel with one
hand, and use the other hand near the top of the chassis for balance.
Slowly lift the chassis in unison and carry it to the rack. Lift the DG-CS7000
series to a position a little higher than the mounting shelf or sliding rails,
resting the chassis on the shelf/rails, and then carefully slide the chassis
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into the rack. Be sure to align the hangers and mounting holes in the rack
column.
Step 3: Fasten the DG-CS7000 series to the rack with the screws provided.
Bolt the hangers to the matching holes in the rack column with the screws
provided. Be sure to tighten the screws smoothly. The DG-CS7000 series
should now be securely attached to the equipment rack.
The procedure is shown below:
Fig2-3 Rack-mounting DG-CS7004
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Fig2-4 Rack-mounting DG-CS7010
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1.10.1.3 Wearing an ESD Wrist Strap
An ESD Wrist Strap must be worn during the installation of the switch. To prevent
any damage occurring to the device, avoid contact between the printed circuit boards and
your clothing. Avoid bodily contact with components on the circuit boards if possible.
To wear an ESD Wrist Strap:
Step 1: place your hand into the ESD wrist strap.
Step 2: tighten the fastener and ensure that it makes maximum contact with the skin.
Step 3: Insert the equipment end of the strap into the antistatic socket (indicated by an
ESD symbol) in the switch front panel.
Switch grounding
A good grounding system is the groundwork for the smooth and safe operation of the
DG-CS7000 series, and an excellent way to prevent lightning strikes and resistance
interference. Please follow the switch grounding specification instructions, verify the
installation site’s grounding condition and ensure proper grounding accordingly.

Proper grounding
When using an AC power source, the device must be grounded with the green
and yellow ground cables; otherwise, shock hazards may occur when insulation
resistance between the internal power supply and the chassis degrades.
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
Lightning protection grounding
The lightning protection system is an independent system consisting of a
lightning rod, conductor and connection joint with the grounding system. The
grounding system usually is shared with the power reference grounding and green
and yellow ground cable grounding. Lightning protection grounding is a building
requirement, not a specific requirement of the switch.

Electromagnetic compliance grounding
This refers to the grounding to comply with switch electromagnetic compatibility
requirements, including shielded grounding, filter grounds, noise, and interference
control and level reference. The overall grounding requirements are the sum total of
the above. Ground resistance value should be less than 1 ohm.
The DG-CS7000 series provides chassis grounding post in the lower rear
chassis, marked as “GND”. Chassis protection grounding should be properly
connected to the rack grounding connector
The ground cabling procedures are listed below:
Step 1: remove the nuts from the rear chassis grounding posts
Step 2: wrap one end of the green and yellow grounding cable to the grounding
posts
Step 3: attach the grounding post nut and tighten well
Step 4: attach the other end of the grounding cable to the rack grounding connector
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Note:
 The grounding cable should be made of a good conductor, and the diameter
should be determined by the possible maximum current that may pass through.
 Bare conductor cabling is forbidden.
 Ground resistance value: the combined grounding resistance should be less than
1 ohm.
Card and module installation
The DG-CS7000 series is a rack-mounting device, various cards and modules are
available.
Basic configuration: chassis, power supply modules (optional 1 +1 redundant), system
backplane, fan tray, dust gauze, distribution box. The above parts have been mounted
upon shipment; please verify they are properly locked before installation.
1.10.1.4 Removing and Installing the Cards
The installation procedure is the same for all cards, as shown below:
Step 1: Power down the switch (Hot-swapping is supported by optional cards for the
switch. However, for better convenience, it is recommended to power down the
switch before installing the cards, if no module in the switch is running.)
Step 2: Ensure proper grounding of the switch
Step 3: Put on an ESD wrist strap before contact with the switch circuit, and make sure
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the ESD wrist strap is connected securely to the ESD connector in the switch’s
front panel.
Step 4: Loosen the panel fasteners locking back plate counterclockwise and remove the
back plate.
Step 5: Insert the optional module into the slot, you can use the metal handle on the
front plate of the module to ensure good contact. Then lock the module with
panel fasteners in the front plate.
1.10.1.5 Removing and installing the Dust Gauze
Dust gauze is provided in the right section of the DG-CS7000 series, which can be
installed and removed from the back of the switch. The dust gauze is meant to prevent
large debris or particles in the air from being ingested into the switch. Please perform
cleaning on a regular basis according to the site conditions.

Loosen the 2 panel fasteners in the dust gauze

Draw the dust gauze out smoothly by holding the 2 screws

Clean the dust gauze with a brush (never wash with any liquid)

Insert the gauze back to its original position in the switch

Tighten the panel fasteners.
Note: The dust gauze is installed on switch chassis shipment.
The installation and removal of the dust gauze is shown below:
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Fig2-5 Installation and removal of the DG-CS7004 dust gauze
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Fig2-6 Installation and removal of the DG-CS7010 dust gauze
1.10.1.6 Removing and Installing the Fan Tray
1.10.1.6.1 Removing and Installing the DG-CS7004 Fan Tray
The DG-CS7004 has two fan trays in the left section of the switch, and can be
serviced from the front. The installation and removal of the fan tray is relatively simple. To
install, just hold the fan tray in the correct direction, align with the corresponding slot and
push to secure. Tighten the panel fasteners in the font panel. Upon removal, first loosen
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the 2 screws in the front panel of the fan tray, hold the handle in the front panel of fan
tray with your middle and ring fingers, press the locker slightly down, and the fan tray can
be drawn out smoothly.
Note: The fan trays are installed on switch chassis shipment.
The installation and removal of a fan tray is shown below:
Fig2-7 The installation and removal of DG-CS7004 fan tray
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1.10.1.6.2 Removing and Installing the DG-CS7010 Fan Tray
The DG-CS7010 has three fan trays in the upper section of the switch, and can be
serviced from the front. The installation and removal of the fan tray is relatively simple. To
install, just hold the fan tray in the correct direction, align with the corresponding slot and
push to secure. The locker in the front panel of the fan tray will lock automatically. Upon
removal, hold the handle in the front panel of fan tray with your middle and ring fingers,
press the locker slightly down, and the fan tray can be drawn out smoothly.
Note: The fan trays are installed on switch chassis shipment.
The installation and removal of a fan tray is shown below:
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Fig2-8 The installation and removal of DG-CS7010 fan tray
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1.10.1.7 Removing and Installing Power Supply Modules
1.10.1.7.1 Removing and Installing DG-CS7004 Power Supply Modules
The DG-CS7004 employs a 1 +1 redundant power supply module combination; all
two modules will work during normal operation. In case one module fails, it can be
replaced while the system is operating without presenting an electrical hazard or damage
to the system. The procedures are provided below:
Step 1: First, turn off the switch in the front panel of the power supply module to be
replaced
Step 2: Loosen the 2 panel fasteners in the front panel of the power supply module
to be replaced by turning the screwdriver counter clockwise
Step 3: Hold the handle in the upper front panel of the power supply module, and
draw out the power supply module firmly and smoothly
Step 4: Turn off the switch in the front panel of the new power supply module, use
the new power supply module and replace the failed module. Tighten the
panel fasteners in the font panel
Step 5: Turn on the switch in the front panel of the power supply module, successful
replacement will be indicated by the green OUTPUT GOOD indicator on the
front panel of the power supply module being illuminated and by the yellow
Fail indicator not illuminating.
Installation of a power supply module is shown below:
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Fig 2-9 The installation and removal of DG-CS7004 power supply modules
1.10.1.7.2 Removing and Installing DG-CS7010 Power Supply Modules
The DG-CS7010 employs a 2 +1 redundant power supply module combinations, all
three modules will work during normal operation. In case one module fails, it can be
replaced while the system is operating without presenting an electrical hazard or damage
to the system. The procedures are provided below:
Step 1: Loosen the 2 panel fasteners in the front panel of the power supply module
to be replaced by turning the screwdriver counter clockwise
Step 2: hold the handle in the upper front panel of the power supply module, and
draw out the power supply module firmly and smoothly
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Step 3: Use a new power supply module and replace the failed module
Step 4: Tighten the panel fasteners in the font panel
Step 5: Successful replacement will be indicated by the green Power OK indicator
being illuminated and by the yellow Fail indicator not illuminating.
Installation of a power supply module is shown below:
FIG 2-10 The installation and removal of DG-CS7010 power supply modules
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
Clean power module dust gauze:
Power module dust gauze is provided in the front panel of the DG-SA-RPS-7010AC
and DG-SA-RPS-7010AC power modules, which can be removed and installed easily. It
can prevent large debris or particles in the air from being ingested into the power supply
module. Please perform cleaning on a regular basis according to the site conditions.

Pulling the lower dust gauze front panel, draw the dust gauze and front
panel out

Clean the dust gauze with a brush (never wash with any liquid)

Insert the gauze back to its original position in the power supply module

Push dust gauze and front panel back to power module

Press the lower dust gauze front panel and lock it
The installation and removal of the dust gauze is shown below:
FIG 2-11 The installation and removal of Power module dust gauze
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Connecting to the Console
The DG-CS7000 provides a RS-232 port as the local console. Users can configure
the switch through a character terminal (usually a PC) with RS-232 ports. The connection
procedures are listed below:
Step 1: Find a character terminal or a PC with a RS-232 serial port.
Step 2: Connect the RS-232 serial port of character terminal to the configuration port of
the switch, ensuring at least one of them is powered down.
Notice
Upon connection, please verify the sign above the port to avoid using the wrong port.
Connecting to the Management Port
Each main control card provides a RJ-45 (female) Ethernet port. Users can connect
to this administration port through a backend host with Ethernet interface for program
loading, or use this port to connect to remote devices (e.g., an administrative workstation)
for remote administration. The connection procedure is listed below:

Connecting to a back-end PC
Step 1: Find a PC with Ethernet Interface.
Step 2: Connect the PC to the RJ-45 Ethernet port of the switch with a twisted-pair
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crossover cable.

Remote Administration of the device
Step 1: Connect the administrative Ethernet port in the main controlling board to a
HUB with a standard network cable.
Step 2: Connect the Hub to an administrative workstation in the local area network.
Or:
Step 1: Connect the administrative Ethernet port in the main controlling board to a
Router with a crossover network cable.
Step 2:
Connect the router to an administrative workstation in the wide area
network.
SFP transceiver installation
In the DG-CS7000, each line card with a 1000BASE fiber interface provides several
SFP 1000BASE transceiver slots.
The procedure for installing the SFP 1000BASE fiber transceiver is shown below:
Step 1: Put on a ESD wrist strap (or antistatic gloves)
Step 2:
Insert the SFP transceiver onto the guide rail inside the 1000BASE fiber
interface line card Do not put the SFP transceiver up-side-down.
Step 3: Push the SFP transceiver along the guide rail gently until you feel the transceiver
snap into place at the bottom of the line card.
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Note: the SFP 1000BASE fiber transceiver is hot swappable.
Notice
Do not stare directly at the 2 fiber bore in the SFP 1000Base fiber transceiver when
the switch is in operation. The laser may hurt your eyes.
Copper Cable/Fiber Cable Connection
Ethernet cable connection:
Step 1:
Insert one end of the Ethernet cable into the RJ-45 Ethernet port in the switch
copper cable line card;
Step 2:
Insert the other end of the Ethernet cable into the RJ-45 Ethernet port of the
other device;
Step 3: Check all status indicators for the corresponding ports, a lighted LINK indicates
the link has been established, otherwise the link is not ready and the cable
should be examined;
Notice
Upon connection, please verify the sign above the port to avoid use of other ports,
which might damage to the modules or the switch.
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The connection procedure for fibers is listed below:
Step 1: Remove the protective dust plug from the SFP/XENPAK fiber transceiver bore;
take out the fiber cable and remove the protective cap from one end of the fiber cable.
Keep the fiber end clean and neat.
Step 2: Immediately attach the end of the fiber cable to the SFP/XENPAK transceiver,
and the other end to the transceiver of the corresponding device. Note: Upon connection,
the SFP/XENPAK transceiver’s TX port should be connected to the RX port of the
corresponding device, and vice versa.
Step 3: Check the fiber port status indicator, a lighted LINK indicates that the link has
been established, otherwise the link is not ready and should be examined.
Notice
Upon connection, please verify the sign above the port to avoid using other ports,
which might damage the transceiver or the other ports.
When connecting the other device through fiber cable to the switch, the output power of
the fiber must not exceed the maximum received power of the corresponding modules,
otherwise, it will damage the switch. Do not stare at the fiber bore when the switch is in
operation to avoid harm.
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Power supply connection
Connection procedures for the AC power supply module are described below:
Step 1: Insert one end of electrical line into the power supply socket and another end
into the corresponding socket of the switch; when connecting electrical lines, it
shall be confirmed that the power supply modules are power off.
Step 2:
It shall be examined whether or not the fan on the power supply module
operates normally. If the fan fails to operate, please examine whether the power
supply socket is power on and whether the power supply module are inserted
and locked properly.
Step 3: Turn on the power supply modules (if there are two power supply modules, both
of them shall be turned on.), and examine whether or not the indicator of the
indicator of the front panel is normal. If the OUTPUT GOOD indicator fails to be
on, please turn off the power supply without delay and examine the status of
power supply and each inserting plate.
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Notice
If the Power OK indicator does not illuminate after repeating the above steps, please
contact the dealer. Do not open the switch chassis by yourself. Please contact the dealer
in the case of any failure.
This product comes with One Year warranty. For further details about warranty policy and
Product Registration, please visit support section of www.digisol.com
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