GigaCore Range
Gigabit Managed AV Ethernet Switch
User Manual
V 2.4.0
Rev 2
English
Safety Instructions
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
L’éclair avec une flèche à l’intérieur d’un triangle
équilatéral est destiné à attirer l’attention de
l’utilisateur sur la présence d’une « tension
dangereuse » non isolée à l’intérieur de l’appareil,
pouvant être suffisamment élevée pour
constituer un risque d’électrocution.
CAUTION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
AVERTISSEMENT
POUR RÉDUIRE LES RISQUES D’INCENDIE OU DE
DÉCHARGE ÉLECTRIQUE, N’EXPOSEZ PAS CET APPAREIL À
LA PLUIE OU À L’HUMIDITÉ.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Le point d’exclamation à l’intérieur d’un triangle
équilatéral est destiné à attirer l’attention
de l’utilisateur sur la présence d’instructions
importantes sur l’emploi ou la maintenance
(réparation) de l’appareil dans la documentation
fournie.
CAUTION
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONEL.
AVERTISSEMENT
AUCUNE PIÈCE CONTENUE A L’INTÉRIEUR NE PEUT ETRE
RÉPARÉE PAR L’UTILISATEUR, VEUILLEZ CONFIER TOUTE
RÉPARATION À UN PERSONNEL QUALIFIÉ.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PRÉCAUTIONS CONCERNANT LA SÉCURITÉ
■■ Read these instructions.
■■ Keep these instructions.
■■ Heed all warnings.
■■ Follow all instructions.
■■ Do not use this apparatus near water.
■■ Clean only with dry cloth.
■■ Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
■■ Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
■■ Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
■■ Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
■■ Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
■■ Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug
is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen
into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been
dropped.
■■ Lire ces instructions.
■■ Conserver ces instructions.
■■ Tenir compte de tous les avertissements.
■■ Suivre toutes les instructions.
■■ Ne pas utiliser ce produit à proximité d’eau.
■■ Nettoyer uniquement avec un chiffon propre et sec.
■■ Ne pas bloquer les orifices de ventilation. Installer
l’appareil conformément aux instructions du fabricant.
■■ Ne pas installer l’appareil à proximité d’une source de
chaleur comme un radiateur, une bouche de chaleur, un
poêle ou tout autre appareil (y compris un amplificateur)
produisant de la chaleur.
■■ Acheminer les cordons d’alimentation de sorte qu’ils ne
soient pas piétinés ni coincés, en faisant tout spécialement
attention aux fiches, prises de courant et au point de
sortie de l’appareil.
■■ Utiliser exclusivement les fixations et accessoires
spécifiés par le fabricant.
■■ Débrancher l’appareil en cas d’orage ou lorsqu’il doit
rester hors service pendant une période prolongée.
■■ Confier toute réparation à un personnel qualifié. Faire
réparer l’appareil s’il a subi tout dommage, par exemple
si la fiche ou le cordon d’alimentation est endommagé, si
du liquide a coulé ou des objets sont tombés à l’intérieur
de l’appareil, si l’appareil a été exposé à la pluie ou à de
l’humidité, si l’appareil ne fonctionne pas normalement ou
est tombé.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
WARNING: Avoid electric shock and fire
hazard! Do not defeat the safety purpose
of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider
than the other. A grounding type plug has
two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wide blade or the third prong are provided
for your safety. If the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
CET APPAREIL DOIT ÊTRE RELIÉ À LA TERRE
AVERTISSEMENT: Evitez les décharges
éléctriques et les risques d’incendie.
Ne pas modifier le système de sécurité de la
fiche polarisée ou de la fiche de terre. Une fiche
polarisée dispose de deux broches dont une est
plus large que l’autre. Une fiche de terre dispose
de deux broches et d’une troisième pour le
raccordement à la terre. Cette broche plus large
ou cette troisième broche est destinée à assurer
la sécurité de l’utilisateur. Si la fiche équipant
l’appareil n’est pas compatible avec les prises de
courant disponibles, faire remplacer les prises
par un électricien.
THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
SWEDEN: Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag
NORWAY: Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt
FINLAND: Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimillavarustettuun pistorasiaan
DENMARK: Apparatets stikprop skal tilsluttes en stikkontakt med jord, som giver forbindelse til stikproppens jord
VENTILATION OPENINGS:
The system heat vents located on each side dissipate heat. Do not block these openings. Leave at least 5 inches of
space at the rear and 2 inches of space at the sides of the switch for proper ventilation. Be reminded that without
proper heat dissipation and air circulation, system components might overheat, which could lead to system failure or
even severely damage components.
WARNING: To prevent the Gigacore switch from overheating, do not operate it in an area that exceeds the maximum
recommended ambient temperature of 50°C.
POWER CABLE:
Use only approved power cables. If you have not been provided with a power cable for your system or for any AC
powered option intended for your system, purchase a power cable that is approved for use in your country. The power
cable must be rated for the product and for the voltage and current marked on the product’s electrical ratings label.
The voltage and current rating of the cable should be greater than the ratings marked on the product.
DISCONNECT DEVICE:
The plug- IEC socket or the Powercon TrueONe Male-female combinations must be accessible at all times, because it
serves as the main disconnecting device.
Compliance information
Disposal of Waste Equipment by users in the European Union
This symbol on the product or its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of
with other waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it
over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment.
The separate collection
and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help conserve natural resources
and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For
more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please
contact your local city recycling office or the dealer from whom you purchased the product.
EMC (Electromagnetic Compliance)
The models GigaCore 12, GigaCore 14R and GigaCore 16Xt comply with the following standards
regulating interference and EMC:
• EN 55103-1, environment E2
• EN 55103-2, environment E2
CE Compliance (EMC and Safety)
Luminex is authorized to apply the CE mark on this compliant equipment thereby declaring
conformity to EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
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Warranty information
Limited warranty
Unless otherwise stated, your product is covered by a two (2) years parts and labor limited warranty. It is the owner’s
responsibility to furnish receipts or invoices for verification of purchase, date, and dealer or distributor. If purchase date
cannot be provided, date of manufacture will be used to determine warranty period.
Returning under warranty
Any Product unit or parts returned to Luminex LCE must be packaged in a suitable manner to ensure the protection
of such product unit or parts, and such package shall be clearly and prominently marked to indicate that the package
contains returned product units or parts. Accompany all returned product units or parts with a written explanation of
the alleged problem or malfunction.
Freight
All shipping will be paid by the purchaser. Items under warranty shall have return shipping paid by the manufacturer
only in the European Union.
Under no circumstances will freight collect shipments be accepted. Prepaid shipping does not include rush expediting
such as air freight. Air freight can be sent customer collect in the European Union.
Warranty is void if the product is misused, damaged, modified in any way, or for unauthorized repairs or parts.
Registration
Use your favorite web browser, and visit http://www.luminex.be/support.php?show=registration
to register your product online.
By registering, you become eligible to receive the following:
■■ Technical support information
■■ Software update and upgrade notices
■■ Hardware warranty information
In the box
1 x GigaCore Ethernet switch
1 x Quick Start Guide ( including warranty information and safety instructions).
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Table of Content
■■
Safety Instructions
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■■
Compliance information
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■■
■■ Disposal of Waste Equipment by users in the European Union
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■■ EMC (Electromagnetic Compliance)
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■■ CE Compliance (EMC and Safety)
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Warranty information
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■■ Limited warranty
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■■ Returning under warranty
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■■ Freight5
■■
Registration5
■■
In the box
■■ FCC Compliance for the United States of America
■■
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Description8
■■ Front panel (GigaCore 12)
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■■ Rear panel (GigaCore 12)
9
■■ Front panel (GigaCore 14R)
10
■■ Rear panel (GigaCore 14R)
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■■ Front panel (GigaCore 16Xt)
12
■■ Rear panel (GigaCore 16Xt)
13
■■ Front panel (GigaCore 16RFO)
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■■ Rear panel (GigaCore 16RFO)
15
■■ Led indicators
16
■■
Power16
■■
Installing Mini GBIC (SFP) transceivers (14R and 16Xt only)
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■■
Connecting the Redundant Power Supply Unit (14R and 16xt only)
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■■
GigaCore features explained
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■■ RLinkX19
■■ Groups20
■■ MultiLinkX21
■■
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Front end display (16Xt and RFO only)
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■■
Starting24
■■ Connection to the web interface
24
■■ Status Page
25
■■ Global Page
26
■■ RLinkX30
■■ Groups31
■■ MultiLinkX33
■■ PoE34
■■
■■ Profile Manager
36
Reset the unit
40
■■ Reset40
■■ Reload Default
41
■■ Factory Reset
41
■■
Specifications42
■■
Additional documentation
44
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Description
Front panel (GigaCore 12)
LED indication of switch status :
- OK LED
- PoE sourcing
- RlinkX
- Power
Front port status :
- PoE
- RlinkX
- Link speed
Rear port status :
- RlinkX
- Link speed
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port
■■ 10 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 4 x LED for switch status
■■ 3 x LED per port for Ethercon front port status
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon rear port status
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Rear panel (GigaCore 12)
- IEC inlet
- Fuse holder
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port with
RLinkX and Link/Speed
LED.
Reset button
(Clip hole)
Fan: The fan will run at a
minimum of 30% (noiseless)
■■ 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon port status
■■ 1 x Fan
■■ 1 x IEC inlet + Fuse holder
■■ 1 x Reset button (clip hole)
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Front panel (GigaCore 14R)
LED indication of switch status :
- OK
- PoE sourcing
- RlinkX
- Power
Front port status :
- PoE
- RlinkX
- Link speed
Rear port status :
- RlinkX
- Link speed
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port
■■ 10 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 4 x LED for switch status
■■ 3 x LED per port for Ethercon front port status
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon and fiber rear port status
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Rear panel (GigaCore 14R)
- IEC inlet
- Fuse holder
SFP cages for
Mini-GBIC (SFP)
compliant transceiver
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port with
RLinkX and Link/Speed
LED.
Console port (serial)
Redundant fans : In the unlikely
of a fan failure, the other fan
will switch to 100%, so one fan
can manage the cooling of the
unit. Fans run at a minimum of
30% (Noiseless)
Reset button
(Clip hole)
Backup power inputs :
- Main Power
- PoE Supply
■■ 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon port status
■■ 2 x SFP cage for Mini-Gbic compliant transceiver
■■ 1 x Serial console port on RJ45
■■ 1 x Mollex Micro-fit 6 pin connector for backup power supply input
■■ 1 x Mollex Micro-fit 6 pin connector for backup PoE supply input
■■ 2 x Redundant fan
■■ 1 x IEC inlet + Fuse holder
■■ 1 x Reset button (clip hole)
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Front panel (GigaCore 16Xt)
LED indication of switch status :
- OK LED
- PoE sourcing
- RLinkX
- Power
Display + jog
(16Xt only)
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port
■■ 10 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 4 x LED for switch status
■■ 3 x LED per port for Ethercon front port status
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon rear port status
■■ 1 x display (16Xt only)
■■ 1 x Jog (16Xt only)
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Front port status :
- PoE
- RLinkX
- Link speed
Rear port status :
- RlinkX
- Link speed
Rear panel (GigaCore 16Xt)
- IEC inlet
- Fuse holder
SFP cages for
Mini-GBIC (SFP)
compliant transceiver
(14R and 16Xt only)
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port with
RLinkX and Link/Speed
LED.
- Serial console port (14R and
16Xt only)
- Extension port (16Xt only)
Redundant fans : both fans will
run at 50% when processor
reaches 100°C. If one fails, the
other will switch to 100%,
so one fan can manage the
cooling of the unit (14R and
16Xt only).
Reset button
(Clip hole)
Backup power inputs
(14R and 16Xt only):
- Main Power
- PoE Supply
■■ 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon port status
■■ 2 x SFP cage for Mini-Gbic compliant transceiver (14R only)
■■ 4 x SFP cage for Mini-Gbic compliant transceiver (16Xt only)
■■ 1 x Serial console port on RJ45 (14R and 16Xt only)
■■ 1 x I2C Extension port on RJ45 (16Xt only)
■■ 1 x Mollex Micro-fit 6 pin connector for backup power supply input (14R and 16Xt only)
■■ 1 x Mollex Micro-fit 6 pin connector for backup PoE supply input (14R and 16Xt only)
■■ 2 x Redundant fan (14R and 16Xt only)
■■ 1 x IEC inlet + Fuse holder
■■ 1 x Reset button (clip hole)
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Front panel (GigaCore 16RFO)
The GigaCore 16RFO offers several different fibre port configuration. Your configuration may differs from the one detailed
below. This configuration is used as a reference only.
LED indication of switch status :
- OK LED
- PoE sourcing
- RlinkX
- Power
Rugged fibre connector
Rear port status :
- RlinkX
- Link speed
Display + jog
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port
■■ 10 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 4 x slots for D type rugged fibre connectors
■■ 4 x LED for switch status
■■ 3 x LED per port for Ethercon front port status
■■ 2 x LED per port for Ethercon and fiber port status
■■ 1 x display
■■ 1 x Jog
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Front port status :
- PoE
- RlinkX
- Link speed
Rear panel (GigaCore 16RFO)
PowerCon True1 for
redundant power supply
Slots for rugged Type
fibre connector
10/100/1000Mbps
shielded Neutrik
Ethercon port
RS232 port
■■ 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded Neutrik Ethercon connector
■■ 4 x slots for D type rugged fibre connectors
■■ 1 x Serial console port on RJ45
■■ 2 x Redundant fan (on the side of the unit). In the unlikely of a fan failure, the other fan will switch to 100%, so one fan
can manage the cooling of the unit. Fans run at a minimum of 30%
■■ 2 x Neutrik PowerCon True1 IN/OUT connector
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Led indicators
The LED indicators of the GigaCore switch include status, Poe, RlinkX, power, link/speed.
The following shows the LED indicators for the GigaCore switch along with an explanation of each indicator.
Switch LED
Status
Meaning
OK (General status LED)
Green
Green blink
Orange
Red blink
Red/Green blink
All Ok
Unit is writing to the flash. Do not disconnect power
Temperature warning
Temperature or fan error
The unit is flashing new firmware. Do not disconnect power
PoE LED
Off
No PoE
Green
Internal PoE supply OK and RPSU connected. PoE
functionality OK
Orange
Internal PoE supply OK (no RPSU connected) - PoE
functionality OK
Red blink
PoE supply or PoE functionality error
RlinkX LED
Green
RLinkX is active
Power LED
Green
Orange
Red blink
Internal Power supply OK and RPSU connected
Internal power supply OK (no RPSU connected)
Power error
Port LED
PoE LED
Status
Meaning
Orange
Sourcing
Off
Not sourcing
RlinkX LED
Blue
Redundant port / link
Link
Off
No link
Green
Gigabit connection
Orange
10/100 Mbps connection
Blink
Activity
Power
The device operates with an AC voltage between 100V and 240VAC within a frequency range of 50Hz to 60Hz.
An IEC socket (GigaCore 12, 14R and 16Xt) is located at the rear of the unit. Please use an IEC plug compliant cable to feed
power to the unit.
Luminex recommends the use of a power cable, fitted with a locking mechanism to ensure a reliable connection to the
device. Luminex also recommends to use power cable in accordance with the standards and the relevant authorities of
your country.
The GigaCore 16RFO comes with a Neutrik PowerCon TrueOne connector for both main and backup power supply.
!!! WARNING: TO ENSURE A TOTAL PROTECTION, THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE EARTHED !!!
Connect the power cable to the device, and connect the other side of the cable to the mains. It will take around 20
seconds for the switch to boot up. You can then use the apparatus.
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Installing Mini GBIC (SFP) transceivers (14R and 16Xt only)
The GigaCore 14R and 16Xt comes with up to four SFP cages at the rear of the unit. These cages accept mini GBIC
transceivers. Check our web site for more information about available transceivers.
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Insert the transceiver into the SFP cage.
Once properly engaged,
the transceiver can’t be removed
Bail wire delatch
Device shown with
dust cap and bail
wire delatch
Dust cap
Bail wire delatch
2
Be aware of the insertion direction:
- Port 13 & 15 must have the bail wire
delatch on the top
- Port 14 & 16 must have the mini-GBIC
transceiver upside-down
Bail wire delatch
3
Open the bail wire delatch to disengage
and remove the mini-GBIC transceiver.
Bail wire delatch
For any other model of mini-GBIC transceiver, please refer to the transceiver manual.
Recommended transceivers
In order to get best the performances, Luminex recommends the use of the following transceivers:
LU 90 00871
GigaCore 1.25Gd Multi-Mode fiber transceiver
LU 90 00872 GigaCore 1.25Gd Single Mode fiber transceiver
LU 90 00874
GigaCore 1.25Gd copper RJ45 transceiver
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Connecting the Redundant Power Supply Unit
(14R and 16xt only)
The GigaCore 14R and 16Xt provide a connector to an optional Luminex Redundant Power Supply Unit, providing
redundancy on power level for both the mains as the PoE power.
Attach only the following RPSU to the RPSU connector: LU 01 00054 GigaCore RPSU.
Please only use the Luminex cable to connect the RPSU to the GigaCore switch.
THIS UNIT HAS MORE THAN ONE POWER SUPPLY. DISCONNECT ALL POWER SUPPLIES BEFORE
SERVICING TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK.
Connect the power cable to the device, and connect the other side of the cable to the mains. It will take approximately
20 seconds for the switch to boot up. You’ll then be able to use it.
6 5 4
3 2 1
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6 5 4
3 2 1
Pin
15VDC / 2A
48VDC / 2.1A
1
Ground
Ground
2
N.C
+48VDC
3
+15VDC
N.C
4
Ground
Ground
5
N.C
+48VDC
6
+15VDC
N.C
GigaCore features explained
The GigaCore range of switches offers a bunch of unique features which greatly simplify your everyday job.
These features will be explained in the following pages :
RLinkX
RLinkX, which stands for Redundant Link by LumineX, is an automated system to easily create redundant paths between
your GigaCore switches. Switches automatically create active and backup paths, providing an effortless methode to
create safe networks.
If one of the active paths fails, the switches will enable a backup path, in a seamless manner.
By default, all GigaCore ports have RLinkX enabled, which means you can interconnect any GigaCore switch between
each other. All redundant paths will be created automatically by the switches, no need for configuration.
Active path
Backup path
To create redundant paths with RLinkX, simply connect a minimum of two links between to GigaCore switches. The blue
RLinkX LEDs of the connected ports will turn on, indicating the redundancy is active and available.
If you port’s RLinkX LED turns off, this means you lost one of your redundant path.
Step 1
Active link
Step 2
Backup link
RlinkX
User connect two
switches with two links.
The switches
automatically create a
backup link.
Faulty link
Step 3
Backup link
Faulty link
Active link
RlinkX
RlinkX
Active link becomes
unavailable (cable or
fibre issue)
Backup link becomes
active automatically
20 to 40ms
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Groups
Groups function allows the user to segment the network into several subnets. The main benefit of this function is that no
subnet will affect the other ones, on protocol side.
The user can create several groups on the network, and each device included in a group will be able to communicate
with devices of this group only. This will result in a better bandwidth usage, and no protocol conflict.
Light Over IP Converter
Sound Over IP processor
Video over IP OUT
Inter Switch Links
(ISL)
Sound Over IP Console
Video over IP IN
Light Over IP Console
Three groups have been created in the above illustration: Red, Green and Blue groups. Each device included in each
group can communicate with devices from the same group. Thus, the sound console and the sound processor can talk
to each other, without being flooded by packets streamed by the two other groups.
The GigaCore switches offer 20 groups, to which the user can assign any of the ports. Two devices must be part of the
same group to communicate.
When more than one switch is used in a group based network, the Inter Switch Link group (ISL Group 0) must be used to
forward the group’s packets between switches.
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MultiLinkX
Most of the time, a redundant link set with RLinkX between two GigaCore switches will fit for every day event. A
1000Mbps link is more than enough for most of the current applications. However, it can happen that you’ll need to
transfer a larger amount of data between the switches.
Below is an example where four video transmitters will needs to transmit four streams to each dedicated receiver. Each
stream requires a throughput of 400Mbps, which represents 1600Mbps in total.
Rx:
400Mbps
Rx:
400Mbps
Rx:
400Mbps
Rx:
400Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
1000Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
However, one link only is active between the switches, as the other link is used in case of link failure. So a maximum
of 1000Mbps data transfer can be achieved on this link. In the above example, we need 1600Mbps of throughput to
transfer all four video streams between the switches. This is not enough, the link between the switches will create a
bottleneck, resulting in data loss or data delay. The video streams won’t be delivered in time., and will create lag in the
video output.
The solution? MultiLinkX !
Rx:
400Mbps
Rx:
400Mbps
Rx:
400Mbps
Rx:
400Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
1000Mbps
Tx:
400Mbps
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MultiLinkX enables you to gather several links together, and turn them into one virtual link. This provides you with more
bandwidth available between the switches, and thus more throughput. MultiLinkX can accept as many ports as you
want into an aggregation, and up to 8 aggregations can be created on a switch.
Working with PtP
When working with PtP (Precision Time Protocol), you’ll notice an inverted PTP icon to indicates the PTP enabled port in
an aggregation. You must always link the lowest ports of the active aggregation to each other to avoid problems with
PTP. Best is to never create a cross link between ports in a different order.
1+1 is not 2 !
By adding an additional link into the aggregation, we can easily think we’ll have the addition of all bandwidth available
per cable.
However, MultiLinkX relies on LACP (Link Aggregation Control Protocol). The algorythm used by the protocol requires
several parameters of the Ethernet frame to decide to which port of the aggregation the frame will be forwarded to.
The protocol uses the following parameters:
Source Mac Address
Source IP Address
Source Port (TCP/UDP)
Destinatation IP address
Destination Port (TCP/UDP)
The ports included in the aggregation
In some circumstances, it might happen that several data streams will be forwarded to the same port. To know where
the data stream will be forwarded to, you can have a look at our aggregation planning web page.
Simply type the following link into the address bar of your favorite web browser:
http://IPOFMYSWITCH/aggregation_code.html
According to the parameters of your Ethernet frame, the page will show you wich port will be in use. This allows you to
predict, but also to solve some problems. In the unlikely event of an overloaded link in an aggregation, user can solve the
problem simply by changing the appropriate IP address for the source for instance.
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MultiLinkX technology is available on the ISL ports only !
It is also a good habit to allocate the specific number of link in an aggregation to fullfil your throughput
requirement, plus one link. If one link fails, you’ll still have the minimum number of necessary link to tranfer all
your data !
Front end display (16Xt and RFO only)
The front end display offers basic information and configuration of the GigaCore 16Xt, such as network settings, ports
info and groups assignation. Please find below the flowchart of the menu:
<> left & right navigation
Press
Press & Hold, turn left
Press & Hold
Press & Hold, turn right
< Port info >
Root menu sequence :
Device info, Device IP
Exit
< Contrast setting >
Enable / disable backlight
Save
Groups
Cancel
< Group selection >
<Port Assignation> >>Ok
Cancel / Confirm
RLinkX
<Port Assignation> >>Ok
Cancel / Confirm
PoE
<Port Assignation> >>Ok
Cancel / Confirm
Network
<Manual
DHCP>
<Set IP Address >
<Set Backup IP Address >
<Set Netmask >
<Set Backup Netmask >
Cancel / Confirm
Profiles
<Recall
Cancel / Confirm
Store>
<Profile Selection>
<All
<Profile Selection>
No IP >
Cancel / Confirm
Version
Cancel / Confirm
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Starting
Connection to the web interface
Every GigaCore switch embeds a built-in web server, which excludes the need of a dedicated application to configure
the unit. Browsers such as Chrome, Internet Explorer (IE 9 minimum), Firefox or Safari can be used to reach the web
server.
Every unit comes with a default IP address, visible at the rear of the unit. Set your computer with an IP address within the
same subnet (do not use the same IP address!)
■■ Example 1: Switch IP address: 192.168.1.1, Netmask: 255.255.255.0 Computer IP address: 192.168.1.2, Netmask 255.255.255.0
■■ Example 2: Switch IP address: 192.168.2.112, Netmask: 255.255.0.0 Computer IP address: 192.168.2.113, Netmask 255.255.0.0
Connect your computer to the switch with a Cat5E network cable at least, and launch your favorite web browser. Type
the IP address of the switch in the address field, and press enter. You’ll be prompted to enter a login:
Use admin in the login field, and leave the password filed blank. You reach the status page of the GigaCore switch.
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Status Page
The status page is split into several panes that will be described below:
Switch image :
The top image gives you a quick overview of the switch port status (front and rear). Actives ports are filled with the
following colours:
■■ Orange: 100Mbps link
■■ Green: 1000Mbps (1Gbps) link
RPSU connectors:
On the right hand side of the switch’s image, two squares indicates the status of the RPSU connectors (PSU and PoE).
Three differents status colors are available:
RPSU CONNECTED
POWER ERROR
NO RPSU CONNECTED
Wink:
The feature allows you to easily identify a GigaCore switch in a stack of device. Click on the Luminex Logo on the switch
image, all four status LEDs on the left hand side of the switch will start blinking three times.
Main menu :
On the left hand side, you can find the main menu. Click on any tab to reach the corresponding menu.
Port status :
This table gives you a quick overview of the switch’s ports settings. Parameters such as port speed and legend can be
modified in the following menu: Global > Port Settings (see “Port settings” on page 27)
IP Settings :
Find here all the network settings of the switch. These parameters can be modified in the following menu: Global >
Device Settings (see “Device setttings” on page 26)
System Info :
Find here all the device’s info such as serial number, device name, system identifier, MAC address, system description, and
if a configuration profile is currently in use. These information can be modified in the following menu:
Global > Device Settings (see “Device setttings” on page 26)
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Global Page
The global page contains four sub menus that are described below:
Device setttings
This menu allows you to change IP and ID settings of the unit, and also the brightness of the front panel’s LEDs.
IP settings: Assign here the IP address of your switch. This IP address will be used to reach the switch’s web interface.
If your network is equipped with a DHCP server, you can enable the DHCP client of the switch, for it to receive
automatically an IP address from the DHCP server.
However, mind that if DHCP is enable, you can still assign an IP address to the switch. This IP address will be used if there
is no DHCP server available at boot up.
Enter your default gateway IP address if your switch needs to be reached from a routed network.
ID settings: Set here the name of your switch, and add a description to easily identify your switch in your network.
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Port settings
This menu allows you to change the port’s speed, and add a legend to each port.
Port speed drop down menu offers the folowing speed :
■■ Disabled : Disable the port. Port will appeared grayed out on the top switch image
■■ Auto : The port detects automatically the speed of the connected device (default)
■■ 10Mbps HDX : 10Mbps Half Duplex
■■ 10Mbps FDX : 10Mbps Full Duplex
■■ 100Mbps HDX : 100Mbps Half Duplex
■■ 100Mbps FDX : 100Mbps Full Duplex
■■ 1Gbps FDX : 1000Mbps Full Duplex
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Utilities
This page brings you the tool to reset your unit in different ways, and to set some default security parameters.
Reset
This menu allows the user to bring the switch into different levels of reset.
Preserve IP settings
Tick the upper check box if you wish to bring the unit back to the default settings, and keep the actual IP parameters set
on the switch.
If you leave this checkbox unticked, the unit’s IP address will be set back as the one printed at the back of the unit.
Reset the unit with this box unticked is equal to a Reset through the reset button (see “Reset” on page 40).
Preserve all user profiles
Tick the lower check box if you wish to bring the unit back to the default settings, and keep the profiles stored in the
profile manager.
Press the Apply Reset button once you’ve selected the appropriate options for your reset. Reset the units with the two
unticked checkboxes will bring the unit back to its factory settings. This is equivalent from a Factory Reset with the reset
button (see “Factory Reset” on page 41).
Reboot
Press the “Reboot Now” button to reboot the unit. All your parameters will be preserved
Security
User can set here a password to protect the web interface’s access.
Default login of the web interface is admin, there is no default password. Click on Change Password to apply your new
settings.
Default Profile
By clicking on the checkbox, the user can protect the profile stored in slot 1 from being deleted or overwritten.
When the user performes a Reload Default from the front panel’s mode button (see “Reload Default” on page 41 ),
the unit will be reloaded with profile 1. This makes a handy tool to easily recall your favorite profile.
Once the first profile is protected and set as default profile, a lock will appear on the profile’s tab.
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Locked Profile
Firmware
This menu allows you to upload a new firmware to the switch. Please visit the support section of our web site to get the
latest firmware available for your GigaCore switch.
To upgrade the switch, simply click on the Upload Firmware button, and select the firmware on your computer. The
upgrade procedure takes about 4 minutes to complete.
!! WARNING : DO NOT DISCONNECT POWER DURING FIRMWARE UPGRADE !!
Alternate image
If you’re not satisfied with your recently uploaded firmware, you can always reload the previous firmware that was
installed on the switch. Press the Activate alternate firmware button to reload the previous firmware. The downgrade
process takes about 1 minute.
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RLinkX
1
2
3
RLinkX Settings
RLinkX is meant to provide a trully plug and play redundant system (see “RLinkX” on page 30)
This menu allows you to enable / disable RLinkX on each port of the switch. An enabled RLinkX port is represented by a
blue ring around the port.
To enable / disable a port, follow this procedure:
■■ 1- Click on the port(s) you wish to select. Selected ports will be highlighted.
■■ 2- Enable / Disable the port(s)
■■ 3- Click Apply to submit the changes
It is sometimes useful to disable RLinkX on some of the GigaCore switch’s port. As an example, Ethersound devices do no
comply with the RLinkX packet the switch sends out periodically, to maintain its redundant link.
The best practice is thus to disable RLinkX on the ports where end devices such as Ethersound or REAC need to be
connected.
Once a minimum of two links are connected between two switches, blue LEDs on these ports will light up, indicating
the redundancy is active and operational.
Advanced
MultiLinkX, our aggregation protocol , has been designed to work flawlessly with RLinkX, our redundancy protocol.
To provide users with a more advanced and efficient method to recover topology in case of link failure, Luminex has
developped a new method for best link cost calculation in an aggregated network, based on the available bandwidth
per link.
This calculation method is the default one when using MultiLinkX.
However, in the case you’d have to connect your aggregated links to an exisiting IT network, best is to select the usual
path cost calculation, based on RSTP.
To select this method, simply click on the Advanced button, and select the RSTP method, and press apply.
Indication
When a user connect a minimum of two aggregated links between two switches, it is easy to think these are redundant
links. However, this is seen as a unique link between the switches. This is why the RLinkX LED won’t lit up in this case. This
is a normal behaviour.
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Groups
Groups :
Groups is a technology which offers the user to easily segment its network into several subnets (see “Groups” on page
31). This menu allows you to assign ports into the 20 embedded groups of the switch. A group is a combination of
port, and user can assign as many port as wanted into a group. The GigaCore range offers three types of groups :
■■ Group 0 (ISL) : This group is dedicated to the Inter Switch Links. This is the name given to the interconnection links
between GigaCore switches in a network. The ISL links are meant to forward the groups based packets. In most case,
the ISL links will be the redundant links (RLinkX). If you already have connected your redundant links, simply click on
the advanced button, and press “Retrieve from RLinkX). The switch will automatically assign the redundant ports as ISL
ports.
■■ Group 1 (Management). This group is dedicated to the management of the switch (web interface). You need to
have at least one port of the switch assigned to that group, to be able to reach the web interface. In a star, ring or mesh
network topology composed of GigaCore switches, you need to have at least one port of one switch set in this group,
to be able to reach the web interface of all switches.
■■ Groupe 2 to 20 : These are the generic groups to be used for any purpose, such as sound, light, intercom, video....
To assign ports into a group, follow this procedure :
■■ 1- Select the group you wish to assign ports to. Use the colored index of the jog, and rotate the jog to change the
group. If you wish to change the name of the group, simply click on the Name button
■■ 2- Select the ports you wish to assign to the group. Selected ports will be highlighted.
■■ 3- Click on the Assign button to assign ports to the group. If you’re not satisfied with the selection of ports, and wish
to restart your selection, simply click on the Clear button to reset the selection.
■■ 3- Click Assign to submit the changes. Ports colour will match the selected group index colour.
2
3
1
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PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THE WEB INTERFACE OF A SWITCH CAN ONLY BE REACHED THROUGH A
PORT ASSIGNED IN THE MANAGEMENT GROUP (FROM THE SWITCH YOU’RE CONNECTED TO, OR
FROM ANOTHER SWITCH THROUGH AN ISL PORT). YOU NEED AT LEAST ONE PORT ASSIGNED IN
THE MANAGMENT GROUP IN YOUR ENTIRE NETWORK, TO REACH ALL YOUR GIGACORE’S WEB
INTERFACES.
Advanced :
The advanced pane offers the user to access extended parameters such as :
VID : Luminex groups technology relies on the 802.1Q VLAN protocol. By default, Luminex groups have a default VLAN
ID. If required, user can change the VID of the group. Mind that if you wish to change this VID, you’ll need to change it on
each switch using this group.
■■ Snooping : This button activates IGMP snooping. IGMP snooping is a smart way to manage multicast packets, and
forward them to the registered ports. The main advantage of the IGMP snooping is to avoid ports to be flooded with
unrequested packets.
■■ Querier : IGMP snooping requires at least one switch in a group to act as a querier. Querier register the multicast
packets to the corresponding ports. If more than one querier is activated per group, the switch with the lowest IP
address will be elected as querier. This election process is automated.
PTP V2 : The Luminex GigaCore series supports Precision Time Protocol Version 2
PtP is a protocol used to synchronize devices within a network, especially in audio over IP application.
With PtP V2, the GigaCore can be part of the clock domain, which is necessary for protocols such as AES67.
User can enable / disable PTP communications within the selected group, by validating the tick box, and by selecting the
mode that better fits for the setup.
■■ E2E - End to End
■■ P2P - Peer to Peer
Domain : Please enter here a vale for your PtP domain
Press Apply to submit your changes. Mind you can have only one PtP setup per switch, so in one group only.
In the status page, a stopwatch will be displayed for every port set in the group associated to a PtP domain.
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MultiLinkX
MultiLinkX allows you to gather several links together, in order to increase the available bandwidth between switches.
MultiLinkX is available for ISL ports only.
To enabled MultiLinkX, sinply select group zero (ISL) in the group page, and tick the box to enable MultiLinkX. Press
Apply to submit the changes.
Once MultiLinkX is enabled on the ISL ports, a Magenta bar will appear below the selected ports.
Once MultiLinkX is active on the ISL ports, a White bar will appear below the selected ports.
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PoE
PoE (Power over Ethernet) is a convenient way to transport both data and power over the same network cable, and thus
powering a device with its data cable. Your GigaCore switch can then be a data connection box and power source for
your end devices.
PoE supply will provide PoE enabled port as a default configuration (see illustration above).
A PoE enable port is displayed with a yellow latch above. When the switch is currently sourcing a PoE device through a
port, the latch will turn orange, as the port’s PoE LED on the front.
The PoE status page will offer the following info per port :
■■ The Powered Device Class (0,1,2...)
■■ The power consumption (Watts)
■■ The current consumption (mA)
■■ The priority (low, high, critical)
■■ The port status
On the right hand side of the page, a bargraph is here to display the current power consumption of the switch. The
switch can deliver a total of 160W to share on the ten front ports, with a maximum of 30W per port (PoE+ compliant).
Two arrows will indicate the following values :
- Allocated power: based on the classes of the connected PoE devices, the switch will allocate the necessary power to
the PoE supply. This value is represented with a gray index.
- Actual usage: A green index will show the current power delivered by the PoE supply.
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Settings
The setting page allows you to assign the following PoE parameters to the ten front ports :
■■ Enable / Disable PoE per port
■■ Assign a priority on the port
To change the PoE parameters of one or several ports, please apply the following procedure :
1
2
3
4
■■ 1- Select the port(s) you wish to modify
■■ 2- Enable or disable these port(s)
■■ 3- Select a priority for the port(s)
■■ 4 -Apply your new parameters
The priority of a port is used when the switch reaches the limit of its maximum output power.
In the unlikely situation of PoE devices requiring too much power to the switch, the switch will first disable the port(s)
with the lowest priority.
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Profile Manager
The profile manager allows the user to easily save / recall / export / import a configuration.
A profile will contain the following parameters :
■■ Device settings
■■ Port settings
■■ RLinkX settings
■■ Groups settings
■■ PoE settings.
In this way, user can create a comprehensive configuration of a switch, save it as a profile, and recall it later when needed.
A maximum of ten profiles can be saved on a GigaCore switch.
The switch also offers to export / import a profile through a computer, providing user an easy way to exchange profile
between switches.
From one switch, user will select a profile to export in a computer. Then, from the same computer, user will be able to
load this profile into the empty slot of a secondary switch.
Exchanging profiles between switches can be a time saving process; User may start with one base configuration, and
export it to the other switches for minor changes. These newly created profiles will then be saved locally.
■■ Save a profile
If you wish to save the actual configuration of your switch, first select an empty slot amongst the 10 available slots.
Press the Save button. A small window will pop-up, to enter the name of the profile.
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Click on Ok. Your profile is now saved in the switch
It is a good habit to always create a default configuration for your switch!
■■ Recall a profile
To recall a profile, select it amongst the ten available profiles in upper tab. Here, you can preview the content of this
profile.
Click on the Recall button. A window will pop-up to let you select either to reload the entire profile settings (Recall all),
including the network settings, or just the switch configuration (No Network Settings). This very useful feature makes the
exchange of profile between switches possible. You can thus avoid to get twice the same IP address on the network, by
using the same profile.
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Once you’ve selected the profile you wish to recall, the switch will reboot, and will reload the requested profile.
The recall process can take a minimum of 30 seconds, to a maximum of 2 minutes.
If you intend to reload a profile with a different IP address, you can try to reach the newly loaded IP address after about
50 seconds, manually from the switche’s web interface.
Otherwise, the web interface of the switch will be automatically reloaded after a maximum of 2 minutes. Your
computer’s IP address needs to be set in the same subnet as the loaded profile’s IP address.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THE WEB INTERFACE OF A SWITCH CAN ONLY BE REACHED THROUGH A
PORT ASSIGNED IN THE MANAGEMENT GROUP (FROM THE SWITCH YOU’RE CONNECTED TO, OR
FROM ANOTHER SWITCH THROUGH AN ISL PORT). PAY ATTENTION THE PROFILE YOU’RE GOING
TO RECALL IS NOT CHANGING YOUR LINK TO THE WEB INTERFACE OF THE SWITCH YOU’RE
WORKING WITH.
ALSO PAY ATTENTION TO THE IP ADDRESS THAT WILL BE RELOADED WITH THE PROFILE WILL
NOT CONFLICT WITH ANOTHER IP ON THE NETWORK. SWITCH’S WEB INTERFACE MAY BECOME
UNRESPONSIVE IN CASE OF IP CONFLICT.
■■ Export a profile
To export a profile, select it amongst the ten available slots. Once selected, click on Export to download the profile to
your computer. You’ll be asked to select the download location of the profile on your computer.
■■ Import a profile
To import a profile, select an empty slot in the profile manager tab. Once selected, click on Import to select the profile
on your computer. Once the file is selected, validate to import the profile in the empty slot.
A message will confirm the successful import process.
■■ Delete a profile
To delete a profile, simply select it amongst the ten available slots. Click on Delete. The profile will automatically be
erased, and the preview window will display a blank space.
WHEN USER SAVE A PROFILE, THE OK LED WILL BLINK GREEN FOR ABOUT 5 SECONDS, TO INDICATE
THE WRITING PROCESS TO THE FLASH MEMORY;
PLEASE DO NOT SWITCH THE UNIT OFF WHILE THE OK LED IS BLINKING GREEN ! YOUR SWITCH
CONFIGURATION MIGHT BE ERASED DURING THE NEXT BOOT UP.
■■ Delete a profile
To delete a profile, simply select it amongst the ten available slots. Click on Delete. The profile will automatically be
erased, and the preview window will display a blank space.
■■ About the default profile
As detailed on page 28, the first slot of the profile
manager can be locked. This will be indicated by a padlock
on the profile itself. This profile can’t be erased nor
overwriten, unless you unlock it. To unlock the profile,
untick the checkbox in the global>utilities page (see page
28) ).
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■■ Profile import policy
Please bear in mind the import policy between different models is available in the following conditions only :
GigaCore 12
GigaCore 14R
GigaCore 16Xt
GigaCore 16 RFO
GigaCore 12
YES
NO
NO
NO
GigaCore 14R
YES
YES
NO
NO
GigaCore 16Xt
YES
YES
YES
YES
GigaCore 16 RFO
YES
YES
YES
YES
WHEN USER SAVE A PROFILE, THE OK LED WILL BLINK FOR ABOUT 5 SECONDS, TO INDICATE THE
WRITING PROCESS TO THE FLASH MEMORY;
PLEASE DO NOT SWITCH THE UNIT OFF WHILE THE OK LED IS BLINKING GREEN ! YOUR SWITCH
CONFIGURATION MIGHT BE ERASED DURING THE NEXT BOOT UP.
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Reset the unit
In the case you need to reset the unit without the web interface, the GigaCore range of Ethernet switch offer different
levels of reset, based on the ones you can find through the web interface.
■■ Reset: The unit is brought back to its default configuration, with the default IP address printed at the back of the unit.
Profiles stored in the unit are preserved.
Default login: admin
Password: No password
■■ Reload Default: Profile stored in slot 1 is reloaded. The “Reload Default” is available only if the profile stored in slot 1
has been locked through the utility menu (see “Default Profile” on page 28). If this profile is set with a password, the
user will need to enter it through the web interface to access the switch’s menus.
Default login: admin
Password: The one set for the profile (if there is one)
■■ Factory Reset: Unit is fully reset, profiles stored in the unit are deleted.
Default login: admin
Password: No password
THE FOLLOWING RESET PROCEDURES CAN BE ALSO BE ACHIEVED WITH THE FRONT END PANEL’S
JOG (GIGACORE 16XT AND 16RFO ONLY)
Reset
Condition 1: Unit is currently running
Condition 2: There is no profile set as default profile (see “Default Profile” on page 28).
Hold the reset button at the rear of the unit for at least five seconds to see the four status’ LEDs blinking red. Releasing
the reset button while the LEDs are blinking red will reset the unit.
Be aware that releasing the reset button during the first 5seconds before LEDS blink red will cancel operation.
Be aware that releasing the reset button during the 5seconds after LEDS blink red will cancel operation.
Hold the
reset button
5s
Release the button =
Reset
Release the button =
Cancel
Function
5s
5s
Timing
RED Blink
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Reload Default
Condition 1: Unit is currently running
Condition 2: Profile stored in slot 1 needs to be locked through the utility menu (see “Default Profile” on page 17)
Hold the reset button at the rear of the unit for at least five seconds to see the four status’ LED blinking green. If you
release the button while the status’ LED are blinking green, the unit will reload the profile stored in slot 1.
If you wait an addtional 5 seconds, the status’ LEDs will blink red, to provide you with a reset.
Releasing the reset button while the LEDs are blinking red will reset the unit.
Be aware that releasing the reset button during the first 5seconds before LEDS blink green will cancel operation.
Be aware that releasing the reset button during the 5seconds after LEDS blink red will cancel operation.
Hold the
reset button
5s
Release the button =
Reload default
Release the button =
Reset
Function
5s
5s
Timing
GREEN Blink
RED Blink
Factory Reset
Condition 1: Unit is off
Hold the reset button while connecting the unit to mains. After few seconds, the four status’ LEDs will start blinking red.
Releasing the reset button while the LEDs are blinking red will factory reset the unit.
Be aware that releasing the reset button before LEDs blink red will cancel operation.
Be aware that releasing the reset button after LEDs blink red will cancel operation.
Release the button =
Factory Reset
Hold the reset button
while powering the unit
18s
5s
Release the button =
Cancel
Function
Timing
RED Blink
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Specifications
Sheet 1/2
■■ GigaCore 14R
■■ GigaCore 16Xt
■■
12 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded
Neutrik Ethercon connectors
■■
10 on the front, 2 at the rear
■■ GigaCore 12
■■
12 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded
Neutrik Ethercon connectors
■■
10 on the front, 2 at the rear
■■
2 x SFP cages, compliant with
10/100/1000Mbps Mini GBIC transceiver
■■
1 x serial RJ45 console port
■■
12 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded
Neutrik Ethercon connectors
■■
10 on the front, 2 at the rear
■■
4 x SFP cages, compliant with
10/100/1000Mbps Mini GBIC transceiver
■■
1 x serial RJ45 console port
■■
1 x RJ45 expansion port
■■
12 x 10/100/1000Mbps shielded
Neutrik Ethercon connectors
■■
10 on the front, 2 at the rear
■■
4 x slots for D type compliant
rugged fibre connector
■■
4 on the front , 4 at the rear
■■
1 x serial RJ45 console port
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■
Connectivity
■■ Network
1 x IEC inlet with fuse holder
■■ Power
1 x IEC inlet with fuse holder
1 x redundant power input on
Molex Micro-Fit 6 pins connector
1 x redundant PoE input on
Molex Micro-Fit 6 pins connector
1 x IEC inlet with fuse holder
1 x redundant power input on
Molex Micro-Fit 6 pins connector
1 x redundant PoE input on
Molex Micro-Fit 6 pins connector
■■ GigaCore 16RFO
2 x Neutrik PowerCon True1 In/Out
Switch Features
■■ RLinkX
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ Groups
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ PoE Supply on the front
ports
■■
Optional (Requires LU 01 00051GC12 PoE supply)
■■
Up to 160W spread on the ten
front ports
■■
Optional (Requires LU 01 00051GC14/16 PoE supply)
■■
Up to 160W spread on the ten
front ports
■■
Optional (Requires LU 01 00051GC14/16 PoE supply)
■■
Up to 160W spread on the ten
front ports
■■
Optional (Requires LU 01 00051GC16 RFO PoE supply)
■■
Up to 160W spread on the ten
front ports
■■ Fan
■■
1
■■
2
■■
2
■■
2
■■ Ethernet Compliance
■■
■■
■■
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u,
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control,
IEEE 802.3ab Gigabit Ethernet
■■
■■
■■
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u,
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control,
IEEE 802.3ab Gigabit Ethernet
■■
■■
■■
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u,
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control,
IEEE 802.3ab Gigabit Ethernet
■■
■■
■■
IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u,
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control,
IEEE 802.3ab Gigabit Ethernet
■■ Supported Protocols
■■
Dante©, Ethersound©,REAC©,
sACN, ArtNet, MANet2, Q-Lan and
many more !
■■
IEEE 802.1p CoS (Class of Service)
■■
DiffServ (DSCP)
■■
PoE (802.3af) & PoE (802.3at)
through optional module
■■
IEEE 1588 PTP V2
■■
Dante©, Ethersound©,REAC©,
sACN, ArtNet, MANet2, Q-Lan and
many more !
■■
IEEE 802.1p CoS (Class of Service)
■■
DiffServ (DSCP)
■■
PoE (802.3af) & PoE (802.3at)
through optional module
■■
IEEE 1588 PTP V2
■■
Dante©, Ethersound©,REAC©,
sACN, ArtNet, MANet2, Q-Lan and
many more !
■■
IEEE 802.1p CoS (Class of Service)
■■
DiffServ (DSCP)
■■
PoE (802.3af) & PoE (802.3at)
through optional module
■■
IEEE 1588 PTP V2
■■
Dante©, Ethersound©,REAC©,
sACN, ArtNet, MANet2, Q-Lan and many
more !
■■
IEEE 802.1p CoS (Class of Service)
■■
DiffServ (DSCP)
■■
PoE (802.3af) & PoE (802.3at)
through optional module
■■
IEEE 1588 PTP V2
■■ Sound protocol compliance
■■
■■
■■
■■
■■ Ethernet Switch Type
■■
Full non blocking wire-speed
switching performance
■■
Full non blocking wire-speed
switching performance
■■
Full non blocking wire-speed
switching performance
■■
Full non blocking wire-speed
switching performance
■■ Memory
■■
4Mb
■■
4Mb
■■
4Mb
■■
4Mb
■■ MAC Address Table
■■
8192 Entries
■■
8192 Entries
■■
8192 Entries
■■
8192 Entries
■■ Address Learning / Aging
■■
Self learning, Auto aging
■■
Self learning, Auto aging
■■
Self learning, Auto aging
■■
Self learning, Auto aging
■■ Switching Throughput
■■
32Gbps
■■
32Gbps
■■
32Gbps
■■
32Gbps
■■ IGMP support
■■
Yes (V1/V2/V3)
■■
Yes (V1/V2/V3)
■■
Yes (V1/V2/V3)
■■
Yes (V1/V2/V3)
■■ IGMP Snooping
■■
Yes, enabled by default
■■
Yes, enabled by default
■■
Yes, enabled by default
■■
Yes, enabled by default
■■ Port Sensing
■■
Auto negotiation
■■
Auto negotiation
■■
Auto negotiation
■■
Auto negotiation
■■ Auto Crossover
■■
MDI / MDIX (allow to use straight
or cross wired cable)
■■
MDI / MDIX (allow to use straight
or cross wired cable)
■■
MDI / MDIX (allow to use straight
or cross wired cable)
■■
MDI / MDIX (allow to use straight
or cross wired cable)
■■ Auto Sensing
■■
Full or Half Duplex (Gigabit is Full
Duplex)
■■
Full or Half Duplex (Gigabit is Full
Duplex)
■■
Full or Half Duplex (Gigabit is Full
Duplex)
■■
Full or Half Duplex (Gigabit is Full
Duplex)
■■ Front End Display
■■ O
■■ O
■■ 
■■ 
■■ Ethernet Port Connection
■■
PoE (Orange LED), RlinkX (Blue
LED), Link / Speed (Green/Orange LED)
■■
PoE (Orange LED), RlinkX (Blue
LED), Link / Speed (Green/Orange LED)
■■
PoE (Orange LED), RlinkX (Blue
LED), Link / Speed (Green/Orange LED)
■■
PoE (Orange LED), RlinkX (Blue
LED), Link / Speed (Green/Orange LED)
■■ Ethernet Port Speed
■■
100/1000Mbps LED
■■
100/1000Mbps LED
■■
100/1000Mbps LED
■■
100/1000Mbps LED
■■ Device
■■
Status LED (Green / Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Red LED)
■■ Power
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■ PoE (Supply)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■
Status LED (Green / Orange /
Red LED)
■■ RLinkX
■■
■■
■■
■■
Yes. Low jitter
Yes. Low jitter
Yes. Low jitter
Yes. Low jitter
Port Features
Status Report
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Status LED (Green)
Status LED (Green)
Status LED (Green)
Status LED (Green)
Sheet 2/2
■■ GigaCore 12
Management
■■ GigaCore 14R
■■ GigaCore 16Xt
■■ GigaCore 16RFO
■■
Through the built-in web server
■■
Through the built-in web server
■■
Through the built-in web server or
with the front end display menu
■■
Through the built-in web server or
with the front end display menu
■■ Power Input
■■
■■
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
■■
■■
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
■■
■■
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
■■
■■
■■ Backup Power Input
■■ O
■■
■■
15VDC / 2A on Molex Micro-Fit
6 pin connector
■■
■■
15VDC / 2A on Molex Micro-Fit
6 pin connector
■■
100 - 240VAC on Neutrik PowerCon
True1 connector
■■ Backup PoE Input
■■ O
■■
■■
48VDC / 2.1A on Molex Micro-Fit
6 pin connector
■■
■■
48VDC / 2.1A on Molex Micro-Fit
6 pin connector
■■
100 - 240VAC on Neutrik PowerCon
True1 connector
■■ Power Consumption
■■
Maximum 30W
■■
Maximum 180W with PoE Supply
Unit
■■
Maximum 30W
■■
Maximum 180W with PoE Supply
Unit
■■
Maximum 30W
■■
Maximum 180W with PoE Supply
Unit
■■
Maximum 30W
■■
Maximum 180W with PoE Supply
Unit
■■ Fuse
■■
3.15A 250V Slow Blow
■■
3.15A 250V Slow Blow
■■
3.15A 250V Slow Blow
■■ O
■■ Operating Temperature
■■
0 to +50 °C
■■
0 to +50 °C
■■
0 to +50 °C
■■
0 to +50 °C
■■ Storage Temperature
■■
-10 to +70 °C
■■
-10 to +70 °C
■■
-10 to +70 °C
■■
-10 to +70 °C
■■ Humidity (non condensing)
■■
5 to 95 % RH
■■
5 to 95 % RH
■■
5 to 95 % RH
■■
5 to 95 % RH
■■ Enclosure
■■
Metal housing
■■
Metal housing
■■
Metal housing
■■
Metal housing
■■ Dimensions (W x D x H)
■■
■■
482 x 204,3 x 44 mm
19” x 8.04” x 1.73”
■■
■■
482 x 204,3 x 44 mm
19” x 8.04” x 1.73”
■■
■■
482 x 204,3 x 44 mm
19” x 8.04” x 1.73”
■■
■■
482 x 294.15 x 88.45 mm
19” x 11.58” x 3.48”
■■ Packaging
■■
■■
520 x 235 x 50 mm
20.47” x 9..25” x 1.96”
■■
■■
520 x 235 x 50 mm
20.47” x 9..25” x 1.96”
■■
■■
520 x 235 x 50 mm
20.47” x 9..25” x 1.96”
■■
■■
510 x 410 x 136 mm
20.07” x 16.14” x 5.35”
■■ Weight
■■
2.5Kg
■■
2.5Kg
■■
2.5Kg
■■
4.9Kg
■■ Configuration
Power Input
100-240VAC
50-60Hz
Environmental
Physical
Approvals
■■ CE
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ EN 55103-1
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ EN 55103-2
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ EN 60950-1
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ RoHS Compliance
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
■■ 
Luminex LCE operates a policy of continuous development. Luminex LCE reserves the right to make changes and
improvements to any of the products described in this document above without prior notice. Specifications are subject
to change without notice.
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GigaCore Operating Manual
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The information in this documentation is supplied without warranty of any kind, either directly or indirectly, and is
subject to change without prior written notice. Luminex, its employees or appointed representatives will not be held
responsible for any damages to software, hardware, or data, howsoever arising as a direct or indirect result of the
product(s) mentioned herein.
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Luminex LCE, Berkenlaan 8A, Hechtel Eksel, B-3940, Belgium.
Documentation last reviewed 28 March 2017 by Luminex LCE.
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