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System
e-light
2M
6x10/100TX und 2x100FX
Managed Industrial Ethernet Switch
Version: Manual_e-light-2M_v2.7_GB
Description and Manual
eks Engel GmbH & Co. KG
Schützenstraße 2-4
DE-57482 Wenden-Hillmicke
Tel:
+49 (0) 2762 93136
Fax:
+49 (0) 2762 9313-7906
E-Mail: info@eks-engel.de
Internet: www.eks-engel.de
Content
Introduction .............................................................. 1
Characteristics ........................................................ 1
Packing content ...................................................... 2
View of front panel .................................................. 3
Reset-button ........................................................... 4
DIP-switch .............................................................. 4
LED Indications ...................................................... 6
Ports ....................................................................... 8
Cabling ................................................................. 10
Connecting the differential relay ............................ 12
Mounting on DIN rail ............................................. 13
Ports and dimensions ........................................... 14
Hardware Installation ............................................. 15
Procedure: ............................................................ 15
Ring Function ....................................................... 17
Coupling Ring Application ..................................... 18
Dual Homing Application....................................... 19
Web-Based Management ....................................... 20
Preparations ......................................................... 20
System Login ........................................................ 20
Port Status ............................................................ 22
Single Port Information...................................................... 22
Port Statistics........................................................ 24
Port Control .......................................................... 25
Switch Settings ..................................................... 26
Port Mirroring ........................................................ 27
VLAN Configuration .............................................. 28
Port-Based VLAN .............................................................. 29
802.1Q VLAN .................................................................... 31
Alerts .................................................................... 35
Configuration of email alerts ............................................. 35
Event configuration ........................................................... 36
Power alarm configuration ................................................ 38
IP Configuration .................................................... 38
SNTP Configuration .............................................. 39
IP Security ............................................................ 42
RSTP Configuration .............................................. 43
System confirguration ....................................................... 43
Per Port Configuration....................................................... 45
P-Ring .................................................................. 46
QoS Configuration ................................................ 48
IGMP .................................................................... 51
Security Manager.................................................. 52
SNMP Configuration ............................................. 53
Community Strings ............................................................ 54
Trap Manager .................................................................... 55
Configuration Backup............................................ 55
TFTP Restore Configuration ............................................. 55
TFTP Backup Configuration .............................................. 56
TFTP Update Firmware ........................................ 57
Factory settings .................................................... 57
System Reboot ..................................................... 58
Save the configuration .......................................... 58
Bandwidth control ................................................. 58
System Log........................................................... 60
System Log Configuration ................................................. 60
Event configuration ........................................................... 61
Trouble shooting .................................................... 63
Technical details .................................................... 64
Introduction
e-Light 2M is a managed 6x10/100TX plus 2x100FX Industrial ring switch
especially designed for industrial applications. A Web GUI allows the very
easy management of e-light 2M.
Characteristics
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According to IEEE 802.3 10Base-T, 802.3u 100Base-TX/100Base-FX
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6x10/100TX (RJ45) and 2x100FX (POF, HCS, MM or SM)
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RJ-45 port supports Auto MDI/MDI-X function
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Store-and-forward switching architecture
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redundant power supply 12-70VDC
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Reverse polarity protection
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2K MAC adress tables
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Web Management GUI
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Each port supports 4 priority queues
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IGMP
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Ingress packet filter and egress rate limit
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SNTP/SMTP
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Port Mirror for TX or TX and RX packets
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Alarm relay output for system events
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Ring function
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Port based VLAN / 802.1 Q Tag VLAN
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IEEE 802.1p Class of service with port base, tag base and priority method
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DHCP client
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SNMP, web management, RMON
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TFTP firmware update and restore as well as backup of system configuration
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Packing content
Please compare the packings content with the list below:
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e-light 2M Ring Managed Industrial Switch
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Manual
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Hardware description
This section contains information about the hardware ,the ports, the cabling
and the installation of e-light 2M.
View of front panel
Front panel of e-Light 2M
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Reset-button
With the reset button the switch can fast and easily be reset and restarted and the
configuration can be reset to the default value.
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Restart: Keep the button pressed for 2 seconds.
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Reset to default value: Keep the button pressed for 5
seconds. The switch resets all configuration to the default
value.
DIP-switch
The switch has got a 9-Dip switchfor the configuration of the operation mode,
the alarm relay and the function of the ring master. The default value of the
switch is OFF.
DIP Switch No
Status
OFF
1
ON
OFF
2
ON
Description
Alarm of port 1 switched off.
Alarm of port 1 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
Alarm of port 2 switched off.
Alarm of port 2 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
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OFF
3
ON
OFF
4
ON
OFF
5
ON
OFF
6
ON
OFF
7
ON
OFF
8
ON
Alarm of port 3 switched off.
Alarm of port 3 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
Alarm of port 4 switched off.
Alarm of port 4 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
Alarm of port 5 switched off.
Alarm of port 5 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
Alarm of port 6 switched off.
Alarm of port 6 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
Alarm of port 7 switched off.
Alarm of port 7 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
Alarm of port 8 switched off.
Alarm of port 8 active. If the port’s link
fails, the fault LED lights up.
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OFF
9
ON
Function ring master switched off.
Function „switch as ring master in
ring group“ active.
[Note]
1.
If the function „port alarm“ is active, the LED flashes and the alarm relay
signals port errors.
2.
Please restart the switch after having set the DIP-switch.
LED Indications
The front panel of the switch contains 5 diagnostic LEDs which offer real
time information on the system. Every port has got 2 status LEDs. The table
below shows each LED status and its meaning.
LED
Status
Green
Meaning
The switch electronic is supplied
with power
VDC
Off
The switch electronic is not supplied
with power
Green
Power input at VDC 1
Off
No power input at VDC 1
VDC 1
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Green
Power input at VDC 2
Off
No power input at VDC 2
VDC 2
Yellow
Voltage breakdown, RJ45-port error
or fiber optic port error
Fail
Off
Green
No voltage breakdown, RJ45-port
error or fiber optic port error
The switch is the master of the ring
group.
Ring
Off
FDX
(Fiber optic port)
FDX
(electric port)
LINK
(Fiber optic port)
The switch is not the master of the
ring group
Green
(always on)
Green
Full duplex mode
Off
No connection or half duplex mode
Yellow
Connection
Flashing
Sending data packets
Off
No connection
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Ports
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RJ-45 Ports
All in all, there are 6 ports with 10/100Mbps. The ports detect the data rate
for 10Base-T or 100Base-TX connections automatically. Auto MDI/MDIX
means that the switch can establish a connection to another switch without
havening to change the direct or cross-over cabling. The table below shows
the pin assignment for direct or cross-over cabling.
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RJ-45 Pin Assignment
[Note]
Pin Number
Assignment
1
Tx+
2
Tx-
3
Rx+
6
Rx-
“+” and “-” signs represent the polarity of each wire pair.
All TX-ports
of
the
e-light
2M support
the
automatic
MDI/MDIX
operation.Direct cabling can be used for all network connections to PCs,
servers, other switches or hubs. In direct cablings the pins 1, 2, 3 and 6 at
one end of the cable are directly connected to the pins 1, 2, 3 and 6 at the
other end of the cable.
The table below shows the 10Base-T/100Base-TX MDI and MDIX port
outputs.
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Pin MDI-X
Signal Name
MDI Signal Name
1
Receive Data plus (RD+)
Transmit Data plus (TD+)
2
Receive Data minus (RD-)
Transmit Data minus (TD-)
3
Transmit Data plus (TD+)
Receive Data plus (RD+)
6
Transmit Data minus (TD-)
Receive Data minus (RD-)
Direct cabling
Cross-over cabling
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Fiber optic port
There are two 100Base-FX ports which are suitable for multimode (2km) and/or
singlemode (30km) and can have ST, SC, SC-BIDI, SMA, FC-PC, LC and E2000
as connectors with different wavelengths.
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Please refer to the scheme below when cabling two fiber optic ports. False
cabling may lead to the port not working properly.
Attention
Do not look into the laser or the LED!
Cabling
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Please use twisted-pair cables of the category 5 or higher to connect the
RJ45 port. The electric cable between the switch and the link partner (switch,
hub, workstation etc.) must not be longer than 100 metres.
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50/125µm or 62,5/125µm multimode cables must be used for a multimode
fiber optic segment. Thus, two switches can be connected across a distance
of 2km.
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9/125µm singlemode cables must be used for a singlemode fiber optic
segment. Thus, two switches can be connected across a distances of up to
30km.
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Wiring the power supply
Please connect the power supply to the clamps VDC1 and GND. The redundant
power supply shall be connected to VDC2 and GND.
The terminal block for the power supply is stackable and can be locked with two
screws. Futhermore, both voltage inputs have got a reverse polarity protection.
The voltage range for VDC 1 and VDC 2 is between 12 VDC and 70 VDC..
VDC1
VDC2
GND
GND
[Note] Please tighten the screws properly and check the correct holding
of all connections.
[Note] When wiring, please mind the appropriate cable cross-section of
at least 0,5mm² or 12 ~ 24 AWG.
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Connecting the differential relay
There is a potential free differential relay contact at the clamps K1 to K4; K1 and
K3 are the common connectors of the relay. If a voltage breakdown, a RJ45-port
error or a fiber optic port error is detected, the differential relay drops down (K1-K2
closed and K3-K4 opened).
K1
K2
K3
K4
Function of the contacts K1 – K2: Differential relay contact: closes in case of errors
Function of the contacts K3 – K4: Differential relay contact: opens in case of errors
The capacity of the differential relay contact is 25VDC (1A) or 60VDC ( 0,3A)
[Note] When wiring, please mind the appropriate cable cross-section of at
least 0,75mm2 orr 12~ 24 AWG.
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Mounting on DIN rail
As standard, e-light 2M has got a clip for 35mm DIN rails according to DIN EN 60175.
For mounting the system please engage it onto the rail at the bottom side (see left
picture), press it against the spring force to the top (1) and then towards the mounting
plate (2). The system latches as shown in the picture at the right.
Please refer to the above mentioned steps in reverse order to demount the switch.
As an option, a wall mount kit is also available (art. no. 065065). If the system should
be fixed onto the wall, the clip for DIN rail mount has to be unscrewed first.
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Ports and dimensions
The following view shows the ports and the dimensions of the e-light 2M switch:
145mm
VDC1
VDC2
GND
GND
70mm
TX
RX
P8
FDX
LINK
TX
RX
P7
FDX
- light 2M
RESET
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P7
P8
P5
LINK
FDX
P3
FAIL
FDX
P6
LINK
FDX
ON
RING
6 7 8 9
P6
FDX
1 2 3 4 5
130mm
LINK
LINK
P4
LINK
VDC 1
FDX
FDX
VDC 2
P1
P2
RING
LINK
LINK
K1
K2
K3
K4
VDC
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Hardware Installation
This paragraph describes how to install the e-light 2M switch:
Procedure:
1. Unpack the switch.
2. Switch the device on. Tips regarding wiring can be found in the paragraph
wiring the power supply. The power LED lights up. Its meaning can be found
in the paragraph LED indications.
3. Prepare the twisted-pair cable (category 5) for the Ethernet connection. .
4. Put one end of the RJ45 cable into the Ethernet port (RJ45) of the switch and
the other end into the Ethernet port of the network device, e.g. the switch, a
PC or a server. The RJ45 port LED lights up when the cable is connected to
the network device. The meaning of the LED signals can be found in the
paragraph LED indications.
5. When all connections
are established and
the
LEDs are flashing
corresponingly, the installation has been completed properly.
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Network application
This paragraph shows some sample applications of the switch.
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Ring Function
The industrial switch supports the eks pathfinder ring mode (P-Ring) that helps the
system to recover from network breakdowns within 300ms or less; that makes the
network more reliable. The ring function is similar to the SPT (Spanning Tree
Protocol), but its recovery time is shorter. The scheme below is an example of an
application with ring function.
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Coupling Ring Application
There can also be more than one ring group in a network. With the help of the
coupling ring function, two rings can be connected with a redundant backup path. It
ensures that the transmission between two ring groups works without any fault. In
case of a link down on the main coupling path, the backup path hadles the
communication betwenn the rings The scheme below is an example of a coupling
ring application.
To connect two rings the Coupling Ring function has to be activated on two switches
in each ring (e.g. switch 1 and 2 as well as switch 5 and 8 in the second ring). In a
first step the control ports have to be connected (e.g. switch 1 and 2 plus switch 5
and 8). Connections between the control ports has to be mady additionally to the
common P-Ring connection. Each coupling port has to be connected with a coupling
port of a switch in the other P-Ring group (e.g. switch 2 and 8 plus switch 1 and 5).
Coupling port and control port have to be different from the P-Ring ports.
[Note] Please to connect the control ports before you connect the backup path. Both
control
port
connections
have
to
established
permanently.
Otherwise
the
communication will be disconnected.
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Dual Homing Application
The dual homing function prevents a connection loss between the ring group and
the upper switches by connecting two switches per ring group to the upper switches.
Each of the two switches has one connection upper level.
Please assign two ports as dual homing ports which serve as backup ports within
the ring group. Dual homing does only work when the ring function is active. Each
ring group only has one dual homing port.
[Note] In dual homing applications, the upper switches have to activate the
rapid spanning tree protocol.
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Web-Based Management
This paragraph describes the configuration and function of the web-based
management.
Preparations
Before using the web management, please install the switch in the network and
make sure that every PC in the network has access to the switch with the help of
the web browser. The IP address, the subnet mask, the user name and the
password
are listed below:
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IP Address: 192.168.10.1
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Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
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Default Gateway: 192.168.10.254
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User Name: root
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Password: root
System Login
1.
Start the Webbrowser on your PC.
2.
Please enter “http:// and the IP address of the switch”, and press “Enter”.
3.
The login mask will appear on the screen.
4.
Please enter the user name and the password. The standard user name and
password is “root”.
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5.
Please press “Enter” or click ”OK”, then the below shown web based
management mask will appear.
Toolbar
View of front panel
Configuration mask
Home Interface
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Port Status
The status depends on the user’s settings. The table shows the following settings:
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Port:
Port number.
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Type:
Data rate and port::
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Link:
100TX
= 100Mbps for RJ45
10TX
= 10Mbps for RJ45
100FX
= 100Mbps for the fiber optic port
“Down” means “No Link”. “UP” means “Link”.
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State:
Shows the status “disable”, “enable”
Negotiation: Shows the autonegotiation mode:
auto/force. “Speed Duplex: Shows the connection speed of the port
“Config” shows the configured value.
„Actual” shows the current port value.
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Flow Control: Shows the flow control status
“enable” or “disable” in full duplex mode.
“Config” shows the configured value.
“Actual” shows the current port value.
Port Status Interface
Single Port Information
Please click directly on a port in the picture of the device. Then the information
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interface for the corresponding port opens. The current port information are shown.
Port Information Interface
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Port Statistics
The following table shows the port statistics
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Please click
Clear
to delete all figures
Port Statistics Interface
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Port Control
The following menu helps you to change the port status:
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Port: Please choose the port.
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State: Activate or deactivate the port.
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Negotiation: Set the autonegotiation mode to auto or assign the speed and
duplex mode with the option force (recommended).
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Speed: Set the data rate of the port
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Duplex: Set the port to half duplex or duplex
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Flow control: Set the flow control in the duplex mode to Symmetric or
Asymmetric. The default is Disable.
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Then please click
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After having chosen the port, you can see the values according to the table
Apply
to apply the configurations set.
below
Port Control Interface
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Switch Settings
This paragraph describes how to determine the name, the location and the contact
person.
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System Name: Determine the name of the switch. The maximum length is 64
characters
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System Description: Enter the description of the switch.
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System Location: Determine the location of the switch. The maximum length
is 64 characters.
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System Contact: Enter the name of a contact person or the company. The
maximum length is 64 characters.
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Firmware Version: Shows the firmware version.
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Kernel Version: Shows the Kernel version.
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Hardware Version: Shows the hardware version.
MAC Address: Shows the MAC address
Switch Settings Interface
[Note] Please remember to save the confguration, otherwise it will get lost,
when the switch is turned off.
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Port Mirroring
Port mirroring is a method to monitor the traffic in certain ports. That means that the
incoming and outgoing traffic in the ports monitored are duplicated in a mirror port.
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Port Mirroring Mode: Set the mode – Disable or TX only or RX and TX both..
The default is „Disable“.
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Analysis Port: Here you can set the port to which the data traffic shall be
mirrored. You can connect the mirror port to a LAN analyzer for instance.
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Monitor Port: Here you can choose which port data traffic shall be duplicated in
the mirror port. 7 monitor ports in the switch can be chosen at the most. Tick the
„State“ box to chose the port that shall be monitored.
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Then please click Apply .
Port Mirroring Interface
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[Note]
1.
Chose “disable” in the mirror mode to deactivate the mirroring.
2.
Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get
lost, when the switch is turned off.
VLAN Configuration
A virtual LAN (VLAN) is a logical network group that limits the broadcast domain. With
the broadcast domain you can isolate the network traffic so that only the members of
the VLAN communicate with each other.
The switch supports port-based and tagged-based (802.1Q) VLAN. In the standard
configuration, the VLAN operation mode is “Disable”.
VLAN Konfiguration Interface
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Port-Based VLAN
Packets can only be interchanged between members of the same VLAN group.
Please keep in mind that all the unselected ports will be treated as if they belonged
to a different VLAN.
VLAN PortBase Interface
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Click Add to add a new VLAN group (64 VLAN groups are possible)
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Enter the VLAN name and the group ID and then add the required ports to the
VLAN group.
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Then please click
Apply
VLAN PortBase Add Interface
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The VLAN groups are listed
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To see more groups, please click Next Page
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To delete a VLAN
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To modify an already existing group please click Edit
Delete
[Note] Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get lost,
when the switch is turned off.
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802.1Q VLAN
Tagged-based VLAN is a IEEE 802.1Q norm that allows setting up a VLAN between
devices of different manufacturers. IEEE 802.1Q VLAN uses a technique to insert a tag into
an Ethernet data frame. The tag contains a VLAN identifier (VID) that indictaes the VLAN
numbers.
All ports of the switch belong to a standard VLAN, the default VID is 1. The standard VLAN
cannot be deleted. 64 VLAN groups are possible.
802.1q VLAN Interface
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Basic
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Please click the Add button
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Management VLAN ID: Is used for remote management security. It supports the
remote management inclusively Telnet and SNMP and browses the switch only when
the
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port ID (with which you have access to the management) in the VLAN and the VLAN
ID are the same. Please enter the corresponding VLAN ID number into the column
provided then click
Apply
to activate the function.
Example: The management VLAN ID is 101, the ID of the VLAN group 101 contains
port 1, 2 and 4. Therefore the ports 1, 2 and 4 support theremote management of the
switch. If the port belongs to two different VLAn groups and one of the VLAN group IDs
is the same as the management VLAN ID, the port can still carry out the remote
management of the switch.
n
Group Name: Enter a name for the VLAN
n
VLAN ID: Enter a VLAN ID (2~4094). The default value is 1.
n
Add the required ports and then please click Add
802.1q VLAN Add Interface
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n
Click Next
n
Please click
and follow the steps in the next interface:
Apply
to set if the outgoing VLAN frames are tagged or untagged
Ø
Tag: Outgoing frames with VLAN tagged
Ø
Untag: Outgoing frames without VLAN tagged
¤
Port VID: Configuration of the port VID settings
n
Port VLAN ID: Please enter the port VLAN ID
n
Then click
n
To reset to default value please click
Apply
Default
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802.1q VLAN Port VLAN ID Interface
[Note] Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it willget lost, if
the switch is turned off.
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Alerts
There are three kinds of alert – email, event and power alarm alerts that can be
configured.
Configuration of email alerts
If certain events occur, the system will send a message to the email address given.
You can set the mail server IP, the email account and the forwarding function to
receive the system alerts.
n
Email Alert: Activate or deactivate the email alert function.
n
SMTP Server IP Address: Setting of the email server IP address.
n
Authentication: Tick the box to activate and configure the email account and
the password.
Ø
Mail Account: Set the email account in order to receive alerts. Ex.:
service@user.de. The email account entered in the column SMTP Server
IP Address must exist on the mailserver.
n
Ø
Password: The password of the email account
Ø
Confirm Password: Confirm the password.
E-mail Address of Recipient 1 ~ 4: Enter 1 – 4 recipients who shall also
receive the alert.
n
Then please click apply Apply .
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Email Alert Configuration Interface
Event configuration
The events that have been chosen and have occured send an alert to the indicated
SMTP server. You can also select port events to be alerted.
n
System Event Selection:
Allows the selection of the four system events
device coldstart, power status, SMNP authentification fault and changes of the
ring topology. Tick the box to select an event. If one of the selected events
occurs
Ø
Device Cold Start: In case of coldstart, the system sends an alert to the
SMTP server
Ø
Power Status: If the power supply status has changed, the system sends
an alert to the SMTP server.
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Ø
SMNP Authentication Failure: If a SNMP authentification fault occurs,
the system sends an alert to the SMTP server.
Ø
Ring Topology Change: If the ring topology changes, the system sends
an alert to the SMTP server.
n
Selection of the port events: Select the events per port. There are 3
selection possibilities per port – link up, link down and link up & link down.
Disable means that the events of the port are not sent via email.
Ø
Link UP: The system sends an alert when the port connection is ok
Ø
Link Down: The system sends an alert when the port connection is
interrupted
Ø
Link UP & Link Down: The system sends an alert when the port
connection is ok or interrupted
n
Then please click
Apply
.
Event Configuration Interface
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Power alarm configuration
The power alarm configuration activates the relay contact. Without activating the
power alarm function the relay alarm will not work.
n
Tick the box if you want to monitor the power supply and then click Apply
Power Alarm Interface
IP Configuration
You can configure the IP settings and the DHCP client function:
n
DHCP Client: Activating and deactivating the DHCP client function: When the
DHCP client function is active, the DHCP network server assigns an IP
address to the switch. After having clicked on “Apply” , a pop-up will open.
This pop-up shows that the DHCP client is activated. The current IP is then
substituted by a new one. To cancel the DHCP client function, please click
“Cancel”.
n
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the network. When the DHCP function is
activated, you do not need to enter the IP address. The DHCP network server
determines the IP address of the switch and shows it in the corresponding
column. The default IP is 192.168.10.1.
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Subnet Mask: Enter the subnet mask of the IP address. When the DHCP
client function is activated, you do not need to enter the subnet mask.
n
Gateway:
Enter
the
gateway
of
the
switch,
the
default
value
is
192.168.16.254 .
n
Then please click
Apply
.
IP Konfiguration Interface
SNTP Configuration
In this paragraph you can configure the SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol)
n
SNTP Client: Activating or deactivating the SNTP function in order to receive
the time from the SNTP server.
n
Daylight Saving Time: Activating or deactivating the summer time function: If
the summer time function is activated, you have to configure the time period of
the summer time.
n
UTC Timezone: Setting the time zones: The table below contains the different
time zones. You can scroll down to find the requested time zone.
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Local Time Zone
Conversion
Time at
from UTC
12:00 UTC
November Time Zone
- 1 hour
11am
Oscar Time Zone
-2 hours
10 am
ADT – Atlantic Daylight
-3 hours
9 am
-4 hours
8 am
-5 hours
7 am
-6 hours
6 am
-7 hours
5 am
-8 hours
4 am
ALA - Alaskan Standard
-9 hours
3 am
HAW - Hawaiian Standard
-10 hours
2 am
Nome, Alaska
-11 hours
1 am
+1 hour
1 pm
+2 hours
2 pm
BT - Baghdad, USSR Zone 2
+3 hours
3 pm
ZP4 - USSR Zone 3
+4 hours
4 pm
ZP5 - USSR Zone 4
+5 hours
5 pm
ZP6 - USSR Zone 5
+6 hours
6 pm
+7 hours
7 pm
AST – Atlantic Standard
EDT – Eastern Daylight
EST – Eastern Standard
CDT – Central Daylight
CST – Central Standard
MDT – Mountain Daylight
MST – Mountain Standard
PDT - Pacific Daylight
PST - Pacific Standard
ADT - Alaskan Daylight
CET - Central European
FWT - French Winter
MET - Middle European
MEWT –
Middle European Winter
SWT - Swedish Winter
EET - Eastern
European,USSR Zone 1
WAST –
West Australian Standard
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CCT - China Coast
USSR Zone 7
JST - Japan Standard, USSR
Zone 8
+8 hours
8 pm
+9 hours
9 pm
+10 hours
10 pm
+12 hours
Midnight
EAST - East Australian
Standard GST
Guam Standard
USSR Zone 9
IDLE - International Date Line
NZST - New Zealand Standard
NZT - New Zealand
n
SNTP Server IP: Setting the SNTP server’s IP address.
n
Switch Timer: Current switch time.
n
Daylight Saving Period: Setting the beginng and end of the summer time.
The times change every year.
n
Daylight Saving Offset (Minutes): Configuration of the offset value.
n
Then please click
Apply
.
[Note] Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get lost
when the switch is turned off.
SNTP Configuration
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IP Security
The IP security function allows you to enter 10 specific IP addresses that have
access to the switch via the web browser in order to secure the management of the
switch.
n
Enable the IP Security: Tick the box to activate IP security.
n
Security IP 1 ~ 10: Enter up to 10 specific IP addresses. Only these 10 IP
addresses have acces to the switch and can be managed with the help of the
web browser.
n
Then please click
Apply
to apply the configuration.
[Note] Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get lost
when the switch is turned off.
IP Security Interface
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RSTP Configuration
The Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol is a further development of the Spanning Tree
Protocol and offers a faster convergence after a change in topology. Furthermore,
the system supports STP and auto-detects the connected device with STP and
RSTP.
System confirguration
n
You can see the spanning tree information via the root bridge.
n
Please configure the RSTP status and then click Apply
Ø
RSTP mode: Activate or deactivate the RSTP function before you
configure the corresponding parameters.
Ø
Priority (0-61440): The value that is used for identifying the root bridge.
The bridge with the lowest value has highest priority and is chosen as root.
If the value is changed you have to reboot the switch. According to the
standard rules of the protocol, the value has to be a multiple of 4096.
Ø
Max Age (6-40): The number of seconds a bridge waits until it tries to reconfigure, without receiving alerts of the spanning tree configuration
protocol. Please enter a value between 6 and 40.
Ø
Hello Time (1-10): The time in which the switch sends a BPDU packet in
order to check the current status of the RSTP. Please enter a value
between 1 and 10.
Ø
Forward Delay Time (4-30): The number of seconds the ports waits until
it switches from the RSTP Learning and Listening status to the Forwarding
status. Please enter a value between 4 and 30.
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[Note]
1.
Please follow the below written rule to configure MAX Age,
Hello Time and Forward Delay Time.
2 x (Forward Delay Time value –1) > = Max Age value >= 2
x (Hello Time value +1)
2.
Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will
get lost when the switch is turned off.
RSTP– System Configuration Interface
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Per Port Configuration
Configuration of the costs and priority of each port.
n
Choose a port from the column „port“.
n
Path Cost: The costs from the sending bridge at the respective port to the
other bridge. Please enter a number between 1 and 200000000.
n
Priority: Decide which port within the LAN shall be blocked. Please enter a
number between 0 and 240. The value has to be a mutliple of 16.
n
Admin P2P: Some of the status transactions that are possible within the RSTP
depend on the port being connected to exactly one bridge (Ex.: If it is operated
by a point to point
LAN segment) or to two or more bridges (Ex.: If it is
operated by a shared LAN). This function allows operating the point to point
status of the link administratively.
n
Admin Edge: The port that is directly linked to a terminal cannot form a
bridging loop in the network. In order to configure the port as edge-port, please
set the port status to “true”.
n
Admin Non STP: The port contains a mathematical calculation. True doesn‘t
contain this mathematical STP calculation. False does.
n
Then please click
Apply
.
[Note] Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get lost
when the switch is turned off.
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RSTP – Per Port Configuration Interface
P-Ring
A ring offers a faster, redundant recovery time than a spanning tree topology. The
effect is similar to the one with STP and RSTP, the algorithms, however, are not
equal.
Every switch in a ring topology has to activate the ring function and to assign two
member ports. Only one switch in the ring group is set as backup-switch, which
blocks one of the two member ports and is called backup-port. The other one is
called working port.
The two member ports of other switches are also called working ports.
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If the network connection fails, the backup port automatically becomes the working
port in order to trouble-shoot.
The switch has got a DIP switch for setting it as ring master or to slave-mode. The
ring master is allowed to negotiate and give orders to the other switches within the
ring group. If there are two or more switches in the master mode, the software will
select the switch with the lowest MAC address as ring master. The DIP switch
activates the ring master mode and the ring master LED lights up.
The system also supports the “Coupling Ring” function, which connects two or
more ring groups and the “Dual Homing” function which prevents connection losses
between the ring group and the upper level or core switch respectively.
n
Enable Ring: Tick the box to activate the ring function.
n
1st & 2nd Working Ports: Assign two ports to be the member ports. One of
them is the working port while the other one is the backup port. The system
decides automatically which port is the member or backup port.
n
Enable Coupling Ring: Tick the box to activate the coupling ring function.
n
Coupling port: Assign the member port. The connected rings normally
communicate via this port.
n
Control port: Assign the control port.
n
Enable Dual Homing: Assign one of the ports as dual homing ports. In one
ring group, there are exactly two dual homing ports. None of them may be
activated at the ring master. Dual homing only works when the ring function is
activated (see picture on page 19).
n
Then please click Apply
to apply the configuration.
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Ring Interface
[Note]
1. When the ring function is activated, the RSTP must be deactivated. Ring
function and RSTP protocol cannot work simultaneously.
2. Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get lost
when the switch is turned off.
QoS Configuration
Configuration of the QoS settings:
n
QoS Policy: Determine the QoS rules of procedure.
Ø
Using the 8,4,2,1 priority queue system: The switch follows a 8:4:2:1 rate to
process the priority from the highest to the lowest.
Ø
Using a strict priority scheme: The higher queue is always proceeded first,
unless it is empty.
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n Priority scheme: Each port has 5 possibilities to choose from:
Ø
Port-base: The port priority refers to the standard port priority that is
determined by the user.
Ø
COS only: The port priority only refers to the COS priority that is
determined by the user.
Ø
TOS only: The port priority only refers to the TOS priority that is
determined by the user.
Ø
COS first: The port priority firstly refers to the COS priority then to the
other priority rules.
Ø
TOS first: The port priority firstly refers to the TOS priority then to the
other priority rules.
n COS Priorität: Set the COS priority level to 0~7.
n TOS Priorität: The system offers 0~63 TOS priority levels. Each level has got
4 priority types – high, medium, low und lowest. The default value of each level
is „Lowest“. When the IP packet has arrived, the system checks the value of the
TOS level in the IP packet.
Example: The user determines that the TOS level is 25. Port 1 only refers to the
TOS priority. When the packet has arrived at port 1, the system checks the
TOS value of the IP packet. When the TOS value of the IP packet is 25 (high
priority), the packt has highest priority.
[Notice] QoS and rate control cannot work simultaneously.
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QoS Configuration Interface
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IGMP
The Internal Group Management Protocol (IGMP) is an internal protocol of the
Internetprotocol (IP). IP controls the multicast traffic via switches, routers and hosts
that support IGMP. Activating the IGMP enables the ports to detect IGMP-queries
and reports and to manage the IP multicast traffic in the switch. The IGMP has 3
main types of messages which can be found in the table below:
Message
Query
Description
A message of the IGMP router or switch which
demands an answer of all hosts in the multicast
group.
A message of the host in order to indicate that it
Report
wants to be (or already is) a member of a group
within the report.
Leave Group
A message of the host in order to indicate that it
has left a specific multicast group.
You can activate the IGMP protocol and the IGMP query function here. Then you
see the IGMP snooping information in this section – different multicast group VID,
member ports and IP multicast addresses reach from 224.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.
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IGMP Snooping Interface
[Note] Remember to save the configuration otherwise it will get lost when
the switch is turned off.
Security Manager
Changing the web-management’s user name and password for security
management:
1.
User name: Enter a new user name (the default name is root)
2.
Password: Enter a new password (the default password is root)
3.
Confirm password: Confirm the new password
4.
Then please click Apply
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Security Manager Interface
[Note] Please remember to save the configuration otherwise it will get lost
when the switch is turned off.
SNMP Configuration
The SNMP is a protocol that controls the information flow between management
and agent. The switch supports SNMP V1.
You can define trap managers. Please enter the data into the system and then click
apply, to update the changes.
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SNMP Management Interface
Community Strings
n
Strings: Enter the name of the string.
n
RO/RW: Please enter the access mode (RO= read only, RW= read write)
n
Then please click Add .
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Trap Manager
A trap manager is a management station that receives error messages which are
generated by the switch. You can define a Trap-Manager by entering IP-Address
and Community-Strings. If no Trap-Manager is defined, no traps will occure. You
can define up to three Trap-Managers.
n
IP Address: Enter the IP address of the trap device.
n
Community Strings:
n
Then please click Add .
The community strings of the trap device.
Configuration Backup
In the configuration backup you can restore a backup in the switch. Furthermore,
you can save the configuration on the TFTP server.
TFTP Restore Configuration
You can reload a flash ROM content (configuration) from the TFTP server into the
switch. Please note that a value had to be saved there beforehand (see TFTP
backup)
n
TFTP Server IP Address: Enter the IP of the TFTP server (The default is
192.168.10.2)
n
Restore File Name: Enter the name of the restore image file.
n
Then please click Apply
.
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TFTP Restore Configuration Interface
TFTP Backup Configuration
You can save the current flash ROM content (configuration) on the TFTP server.
n
TFTP Server IP Address: Enter the TFTP server ID.
n
Backup File Name: Enter the name of the image file.
n
Then please click Apply
.
TFTP Backup Configuration Interface
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TFTP Update Firmware
Offers solutions that allow updating the switch firmware. Before you update, please
make sure that the TFTP server is ready and that the firmware image is saved on it.
n
TFTP Server IP Address: Enter the TFTP server ID.
n
Firmware File Name: Enter the file name of the switch firmware image
n
Then please click Apply
.
TFTP Update Firmware Interface
Factory settings
Sets the switch back to the default configuration (factory setting).
n
Please click Default
to set the switch back to the default configuration.
Factory Default Interface
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System Reboot
Reboot of the switch
n
Please click
Reboot
to restart the switch.
System Reboot Interface
Save the configuration
Please save the switch configuration on the flash memory. Should you turn off the
switch before having saved, all configurations will get lost when the switch is
restarted.
n
Please click
Save Flash
to save the configuration.
Save Configuration Interface
Bandwidth control
n
Limit Packet type: Choose the type of packet that shall be filtered. The
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packet types broadcast / multicast / unknown unicast, broadcast / multicast
and broadcast only apply to ingress packets. The rates for egress packets
apply for all types of packets.
n
Band Width: Port 1 ~ Port 8 support the ingress and egress control rate.
Assuming that port 1 has got 10 MBps, the user can set the effective egress
rate as 1 Mbps and the ingress rate is 500 KBps. With the help of internal
packet counter, the switch complies with the ingress rate in order to reach a
specific rate.
Ø
Ingress: Select the effective ingress rate of the port. The options to
choose from are 128KBps, 256KBps, 512KBps, 1MB, 2MB, 4MB and 8MB.
The default value is disable.
Ø
Egress for all: Select the effective egress rate rate of the port . The
options to choose from 128KBps, 256KBps, 512KBps, 1MB, 2MB, 4MB
und 8MB. The default value is disable.
n
Then please click
Apply
to apply the configuration.
Rate Control Interface
[Note]
1. Please remember to save the configuration, otherwise it will get lost
when the switch is turned off.
2. QoS and bandwidth control cannot work simultaneously.
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System Log
Setting and seeing the system log events.
System Log Configuration
Please have a look at the events of the system log here:
n
Click
n
To delete the events, please click
n
If the list is longer than one page, please use the drop down to scroll to the
Reload
for the latest system log events.
Clear
.
next page.
n
System Log Mode: You can choose between Client Only, server Only and
both.
n
System Log Server IP: Assign the system log server IP.
n
Then please click Apply
to apply the configuration.
System Log Configuration Interface
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Event configuration
You can select different system log events. When the selected events occur, the
system sends a log information.
n
System event selection:
You can choose from the following options: device
coldstart, power status, SNMP authentification failure and changing the ring
topology. Tick the box to select an event. When the selected event occurs the
system produces logs.
Ø
Device Cold Start: If the device is cold started, the system sends a log.
Ø
Power Status: If the power status is changed, the system sends a log.
Ø
SNMP Authentication Failure: If the SNMP authentification fails, the
system sends a log.
Ø
Ring Topology Change: If the ring topology changes, the system sends
a log.
n
Port Event Selection: Select the per port events. Per ports have three
different options to choose from – Link up, link down, link up and down.
Ø
Link UP: The system produces a log message when the port connection
is „up“ only.
Ø
Link Down: The system produces a log message when the port
connection is „down“ only.
Ø
Link UP & Link Down: The system produces a log message when the
port connection is „down“ and “up”.
n
After having selected, please click Apply
.
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Event Configuration Interface
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Trouble shooting
n
Please check the correct power supply.
n
Choose the right UTP cable. Use “unshielded twisted pair” (UTP) or “shileded
twisted pair” (STP) for RJ45 connections to establish the network: 100 Ω
category 3, 4 or 5 cables for 10MBps connections or 100 Ω category 5 cable
for 100MBps connections. Please make sure that the cable length does not
exceed 100 metres.
n
LEDs: Thanks to the LEDs the switch can easily be checked and problems
can fast be detected.
n
When the LEDs‘ signs are normal and all cables are connected properly, the
data packets, however, cannot be transmitted, please check teh configuration
or the status of the Ethernet device.
n
When using systems with an optical BIDI connector, the optical connectors
(transceiver) of type A must always be connected to type B (please refer to the
note on the type plate at the backside). When using systems with 2FX-ports,
the optical connector (transceiver) type A is always the upper connector.
n
Please check if the fiber optic cable is bent toostronglyand mind the bending
radius of the cable manufacturer. Otherwise the cable can be damaged and/or
the communication between the fiber optic converters cannot be guaranteed.
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Technical details
POF-FO
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-PO-ST
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-PO-SMA
0410001000101EV10-00
0410001000202EV10-00
Order no.
100 FX Ports
Fiber type
Fiber type
Attenuation
Bandwidth
Wavelength
Budget
Max. ranges.
2 x SMA
POF / Kunststoff-Lichtwellenleiter
980/1000µm
180dB/km
Standard-POF: 10MHz x 100m / Low-NA-POF: 150MHz x 100m
650nm
12dB (3dB System reserve)
40m
HCS/PCF-FO
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-HC-ST
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-HC-SC
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-HC-E2
0410001001111EV10-00
0410001001212EV10-00
0410001001313EV10-00
2 x ST
Order no.
100 FX Ports
Fiber type
Fiber type
Attenuation
Bandwidth
Wavelength
Budget
Max. ranges.
Multimode-FO
Order no.
100 FX Ports
Fiber type
Fiber type
Attenuation
Bandwidth
Wavelength
Budget
Max. ranges.
Singlemode-FO
Order no.
100 FX Ports
Fiber type
Fiber type
Dispersion coefficient
Bandwidth
Wavelength
Budget
Max. ranges.
2 x SMA
2 x ST
HCS / PCF
200/230µm
8dB/km
17MHz*km
850nm
12dB (3dB System reserve)
200m
2 x SC
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-MM-ST
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-MM-SC
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-MM-SC-BIDI
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-MM-E2
0410001003131EV10-00
0410001003333EV10-00
0410001003637EV10-00
0410001003535EV10-00
2 x ST
2 x SC
2 x SC
2 x E2000
Multimode
50/125µm
1dB/km
800MHz*km
62,5/125µm
1dB/km
500MHz*km
1300nm
12dB (3dB System reserve)
5000m
15dB (3dB System reserve)
4000m
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-SM-ST
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-SM-SC
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-SM-SC-BIDI
EL100M2-6TX-2FX-SM-E2
0410001005151EV10-00
0410001005353EV10-00
0410001005657EV10-00
0410001005555EV10-00
2 x ST
2 x SC
2 x SC
Singlemode
9/125µm
0,3dB/km
3,5ps/nm*km
1300nm
16dB (3dB System reserve)
30km (others on request)
2 x E2000
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10/100Base TX Ports
6
RJ45 / Auto negotiation / Auto MDX/MDIX / supports lengths up to 100m (CAT 5)
Power supply
Power consumption
Potential separation
Dimensions
Weight
Housing
Storage temperature
Operating
temperature
Humidity
EMC
LEDs
IEEE
Protocol
Management
SNMP MIB
Technology
SNMP Trap
Transfer Rate
MAC Address table
Packet filter
Ring
VLAN
Class of Service
Spanning Tree
IGMP
SNTP
SMTP
IP Security
Port Mirror
Firmware Update
Alarm contact
Bandwidth control
DHCP Client
12-70 VDC redundant power supply
8W
500 V
H: 145mm B: 70mm T: 130mm
850g
Stainless steel, powder coated
-40°C - +85° C
-40°C - +70° C
Humidity 5-95% RHD not condensed
EN61000-6-2 / EN55022 Class B +A1 + A2
System fault (red) / Port LEDs (yellow/green) / power supply (green)
IEEE 802.3 10Base-T Ethernet / IEEE 802.3u 100Base-TX and 100Base-FX
Fast Ethernet / IEEE802.3x Flow Control and Back-pressure / IEEE802.1d
spanning tree / IEEE802.1w rapid spanning tree / IEEE802.1p class of service /
IEEE802.1Q VLAN Tag
CSMA/CD
SNMP management / Web interface management
RFC 1213 MIBII / RFC 1493 Bridge MIB / RMON RFC 1757 / RFC 2674 VLAN
MIB / RFC 1643 Ethernet wie MIB / RFC 1215 Trap MIB
Private MIB for switch information, ring, port alarm, TFTP Firmware Upgrade,
reset, port mirror, IP security management, IGMP management MIB
Store and forward switching architecture
Up to 3 Trap-Managers / Cold start / Port link Up / Port link Down /
Authentification failure / Private Trap for power status / port alarm configuration
/ Fault alarm ring
14,880 pps for 10Base-T Ethernet Port
148,800 pps for 100Base-TX/FX Fast Ethernet Port
2K MAC Address table
4 types of packet filter rules with different packet combinations
2 Ports for the ring to guarantee a recovery time of 300ms
Port based VLAN
Q Tag VLAN IEEE802.1
IEEE802.1p Class of Service with 4 priority queues per port
IEEE802.1d Spanning Tree and IEEE802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree
IGMP v1 and Query Modus, with up to 256 groups
SNTP for time synchronisation
SMTP Server and 4 email accounts for event messages
IP address security to deny access to unauthorized persons
Only TX Pakets or TX and RX Pakets
TFTP Firmware Update, TFTP Backup and Restore
Relay output
25VDC (1A) / 60VDC (0,3A)
Ingress and Egress with possibility of combination
DHCP Client function to get the IP address of the DHCP server
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