ZXR10 2900E Series
Easy-Maintenance Secure Switch
Hardware Manual
Version: 2.05.11
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Revision History
Revision No.
Revision Date
Revision Reason
R1.0
2013-11-20
First edition
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Contents
About This Manual ......................................................................................... I
Chapter 1 Safety Instructions.................................................................... 1-1
Chapter 2 System Overview ...................................................................... 2-1
2.1 Product Introduction ........................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 Functions........................................................................................................... 2-2
2.3 Technical Features and Parameters..................................................................... 2-3
Chapter 3 Hardware Description............................................................... 3-1
3.1 Hardware Structure ............................................................................................ 3-1
3.1.1 ZXR10 2918E .......................................................................................... 3-3
3.1.2 ZXR10 2928E .......................................................................................... 3-8
3.1.3 ZXR10 2952E ........................................................................................ 3-12
3.1.4 ZXR10 2910E-PS................................................................................... 3-17
3.1.5 ZXR10 2918E-PS................................................................................... 3-21
3.1.6 ZXR10 2928E-PS................................................................................... 3-27
3.1.7 Optical Module ....................................................................................... 3-34
3.2 Cables............................................................................................................. 3-36
3.2.1 Power Cable .......................................................................................... 3-36
3.2.2 Protective Grounding Cables................................................................... 3-39
3.2.3 Console Cable ....................................................................................... 3-43
3.2.4 Network Cable ....................................................................................... 3-44
3.2.5 Optical Fiber .......................................................................................... 3-46
Chapter 4 Installation ................................................................................. 4-1
4.1 Desktop Installation Mode................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Cabinet Installation Mode.................................................................................... 4-1
4.3 Cable Installation Specifications and Steps .......................................................... 4-6
4.4 Power-on and Power-off Procedures ................................................................... 4-7
4.5 Lightning Protection (Optional) ............................................................................ 4-8
4.5.1 Lightning Arrester for AC Power Supply ..................................................... 4-8
4.5.2 Lightning Arrester for Network Ports .......................................................... 4-9
Appendix A Standards & Recommendations ......................................... A-1
Figures............................................................................................................. I
Tables ............................................................................................................ III
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Purpose
This manual is applicable to the ZXR10 2900E (V2.05.11) series easy-maintenance secure
switches, which include the following products:
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ZXR10
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ZXR10
ZXR10
2910E-PS easy-maintenance secure switch
2918E-PS easy-maintenance secure switch
2928E-PS easy-maintenance secure switch
2918E easy-maintenance secure switch
2928E easy-maintenance secure switch
2952E easy-maintenance secure switch
Intended Audience
This manual is intended for:
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Equipment installation engineers
Installation supervision engineers
What Is in This Manual
This manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter
Summary
1, Safety Instructions
2, System Overview
3, Hardware Description
4, Installation
Describes the safety instructions required for the installation,
operation, and maintenance of the ZXR10 2900E series switches.
Provides an overview about the ZXR10 2900E series switches.
Describes the structure and components of the ZXR10 2900E
series switches.
Describes the ZXR10 2900E installation modes and methods.
Conventions
This manual uses the following typographical conventions:
Typeface
Meaning
Italics
Variables in commands. It may also refer to other related manuals and documents.
Bold
Menus, menu options, function names, input fields, option button names, check boxes,
drop-down lists, dialog box names, window names, parameters, and commands.
Constant
Text that you type, program codes, filenames, directory names, and function names.
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Optional parameters.
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Mandatory parameters.
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Separates individual parameters in a series of parameters.
Danger: indicates an imminently hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in
death or serious injury, equipment damage, or site breakdown.
Warning: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in
serious injury, equipment damage, or interruption of major services.
Caution: indicates a potentially hazardous situation. Failure to comply can result in
moderate injury, equipment damage, or interruption of minor services.
Note: provides additional information about a certain topic.
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Safety Instructions
Only duly trained and qualified personnel can install, operate and maintain the equipment.
During the equipment installation, operation and maintenance, users must comply with
local safety specifications and related instructions. Failure to comply may result in personal
injury or damage to the equipment. The safety instructions mentioned in this manual are
only a supplement to local safety specifications.
Running the debug command improperly may affect the equipment performance, so it is
not recommended to run the debug command when the equipment operates properly.
ZTE Corporation bears no responsibility for consequences resulting from violation
of the general specifications for safety operations or the safety rules for designing,
manufacturing, and using the equipment.
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Table of Contents
Product Introduction ...................................................................................................2-1
Functions ...................................................................................................................2-2
Technical Features and Parameters ...........................................................................2-3
2.1 Product Introduction
Product Overview
The ZXR10 2900E series switches are easy-maintenance secure switches developed by
ZTE Corporation, which provide 100 Mbps access and support the Access Control List
(ACL) function for ingress and egress. The ZXR10 2900E series switches are used in
the access layers of educational networks, enterprise networks, political service networks,
and carrier networks.
Depending on the switch capacity, the ZXR10 2900E series switches are divided into the
following types:
l ZXR10 2918E
l ZXR10 2928E
l ZXR10 2952E
l ZXR10 2910E-PS
l ZXR10 2918E-PS
l ZXR10 2928E-PS
Product Features
The ZXR10 2900E series switches are environmental-friendly and highly-reliable products,
which are easy to maintain and bring satisfactory experience to customers.
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Environment-friendly and energy-saving design
By virtue of dynamic fan speed adjustment, intelligent power supply management,
and proper Printed Circuit Board (PCB) layout, the equipment power is reduced while
its performance is improved.
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Advanced lightning-protection technology
The equipment uses an advanced lightning-protection technology to minimize the
probability of damage from lightning. Its reliability is increased.
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Intelligent PoE supply
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The ZXR10 2900E series switches support the Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology
in compliance with IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at standards. Each PoE port supplies
a maximum of 30 W power to devices such as IP visual telephone, dual-frequency
WiFi Access Point (AP), visual monitor camera, multi-function Set-top Box (STB),
and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) card reader. This simplifies the network
structure.
The ZXR10 2900E series switches can control power by time segment, so that the
power consumption of network devices is efficiently managed and operation costs
are greatly reduced.
The ZXR10 2900E series switches provide overload protection, short circuit
protection, and real-time power detection functions to protect devices and power
supplies from damage and maintain the circuit system in good condition.
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Powerful security platform
The ZXR10 2900E series switches support two-way ACLs to guarantee security. To
control the access to a server, it is only required to enable the egress ACL on the port
connected to the server.
Even if an illegal user breaks through the security policy of a firewall, the user still
cannot attack the internal server.
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Abundant maintenance methods
Batch upgrade: Lots of equipment of the same type can be upgraded through a batch
upgrade operation. Network problems occurring during upgrade due to minor errors
can be minimized.
Cluster management: The statuses of other switches can be viewed on the master
switch.
Power-down alarm: After equipment is powered down, a power-down alarm is
automatically sent to the management center.
Multiple remote management methods:
Management Protocol (SNMP).
Web, Telnet, and Simple Network
M-buttom: The M-buttom helps to easily view the operational status of the switch.
2.2 Functions
The ZXR10 2900E series switches have the following functions:
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Support the port duplex, speed, auto-negotiation, jumbo frame, and line order
identification configuration.
Support port-based VLANs.
Support PVLAN, VLAN translation, QinQ and SQinQ.
Support MAC line rate learning, port address quantity limit, port address fixing, and
manual MAC management.
Support layer-2 line rate switching.
Support ingress ACLs, egress ACLs, and QoS.
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Support layer 2 multicast and IPTV.
Support IEEE802.1X.IP source guard, console port authentication and user ranking.
Support loop detect and SSTP/RSTP/MSTP.
Support ZESR, ZESS and link aggregation.
Support the OAM link detection mechanism.
Support the SFLOW network traffic analysis function.
Support cluster management, unified network management, TELNET and WEB.
Support DHCP snooping, DHCP Option82 and DHCP Client.
Support NTP.
Support Dot1X and Radius authentication.
Support VBAS and PPPoE+.
Support the GARP/GVRP registry protocol.
Support the dynamic LACP protocol and static link aggregation.
Support the Syslog function.
2.3 Technical Features and Parameters
For the technical features and parameters of the ZXR10 2900E, refer to Table 2-1.
Table 2-1 ZXR10 2900E Technical Features and Parameters
Item
Dimensions
(Height
× Width
× Depth)
Weight
ZXR10
ZXR10
ZXR10
2910E-PS
2918E-PS
2928E-PS
1.72 in. ×
1.72 in. ×
1.72 in. ×
1.72 in. ×
ZXR10 2918E
ZXR10 2928E
ZXR10 2952E
1.72 in. ×
1.72 in. ×
17.41 in. ×
17.41 in. ×
17.41 in. ×
13.40 in. ×
17.41 in. ×
17.41 in. ×
8.67 in.
8.67 in.
11.03 in.
8.67 in.
8.67 in.
17.34 in.
(43.6 mm ×
(43.6 mm ×
(43.6 mm ×
(43.6 mm ×
(43.6 mm ×
(43.6 mm ×
442 mm × 220
442 mm × 220
442 mm × 280
340 mm × 220
442 mm × 220
442 mm × 440
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
mm)
< 6.17 lb
< 6.61 lb
< 7.50 lb
< 6.61 lb
< 8.38 lb
< 14.11 lb
(< 2.8 kg)
(< 3 kg)
(< 3.4 kg)
(< 3.0 kg)
(< 3.8 kg)
(< 6.4 kg)
Support AC and DC power supply.
Supports AC
Supports AC
One or two
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AC power supply
power supply.
and DC RPS
AC power
Rated voltage range: 100 V-240 V AC, 50
Rated voltage
power supply.
supply units
Hz/60 Hz
range: 100
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AC power
are supported.
DC power supply
V-240 V AC,
supply
Rated voltage
Rated voltage: -48 V DC
50 Hz/60 Hz
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Rated
range: 100
Power
voltage
V-240 V AC,
supply
range:
50 Hz/60 Hz
100 V-240
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Hz/60 Hz
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ZXR10 2918E
ZXR10 2928E
ZXR10 2952E
ZXR10
ZXR10
ZXR10
2910E-PS
2918E-PS
2928E-PS
Rated
voltage:
-54 V DC
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70.6W
when AC
power
supply is
used, PoE
external
power is
Power
con-
246.4W
< 66 W,
< 13 W
< 17.1 W
< 27.2 W
sumption
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PoE external
power: 240 W
Less than
88W (RPS
included)
< 111 W,
PoE external
power: 720 W
when
DC RPS
power
supply is
used, PoE
external
power is
480W
MTBF>200000 hours
MTTR<30 minutes
EMC:
Reliablity
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EN 55022 Class A
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ETSI EN 300 386 V1.3.1
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EN55024
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ICES-003 Class A
Safety:
Ambient
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CSA C22.2 No. 60950 3rd Edition
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IEC 60950
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EN 60950
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EN60825–1+A1 and EN60825–2
Ambient temperature
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For long-term operations: -5 ℃ to +50 ℃
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For short-term operations: -5 ℃ to +55 ℃
Storage temperature: -40 ℃ to +70 ℃
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ZXR10 2918E
Humidity
Relative humidity: 10%-90%, non-condensation
Memory
Size
ZXR10 2928E
ZXR10 2952E
ZXR10
ZXR10
ZXR10
2910E-PS
2918E-PS
2928E-PS
128 MB
Port
switch
7.2 Gbps
12.8 Gbps
17.6 Gbps
5.6 Gbps
7.2 Gbps
12.8 Gbps
5.4 Mpps
9.6 Mpps
13.2 Mpps
4.2 Mpps
5.4 Mpps
9.6 Mpps
capacity
Packet
Forwarding Rate
Capacity
of MAC
address
16K
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Hardware Structure ....................................................................................................3-1
Cables......................................................................................................................3-36
3.1 Hardware Structure
The ZXR10 2900E series switches use a box structure and are 1U (1U = 1.75 in./ 44.45mm)
high. The hardware includes a box, power supply unit, Ethernet switching main board, and
fans.
Box Structure
The box is composed of a chassis and a shell. With a simple structure, it is light and
convenient for installation and disassembly.
The ZXR10 2918E/2928E/2910E-PS/2918E-PS switch provides the following components
on the front panel:
l AC or DC power supply port
l Power supply switch
l Service ports
l Port status indicators
l Serial configuration port
l System status indicators
In addition, the ZXR10 2918E-PS switch provides an Redundant Power System (RPS)
port on the rear panel.
The ZXR10 2952E switch provides the following components on the front panel:
l Service ports
l Port status indicators
l Serial configuration port
l System status indicators
The ZXR10 2952E switch provides an AC or DC power supply port and a power supply
switch on the rear panel.
The ZXR10 2928E-PS switch provides the following components on the front panel:
l Service ports
l Uplink daughter card slot
l Port status indicators
l Management network port
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Mode button
System status indicators
The ZXR10 2928E-PS switch provides one fan module slot and two slots for modular power
supply units with switches on the rear panel. Both the modular power supply units and fan
module are hot swappable.
Power Supply
The ZXR10 2900E series switches use independent power supply and support -48 V DC
or 110 V/220 V AC power supply. The ZXR10 2918E-PS switch also supports RPS power
supply.
The ZXR10 2928E-PS switch supports two power supply units. Single-unit or dual-unit
power supply can be configured as required. The switch supports 110 V/220 V AC power
supply, and its power supply units are hot-swappable.
For the power supply unit of the ZXR10 2900E series switches, pay attention to the
following points:
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The structure and interfaces of the power supply unit on the shelf vary with the power
input mode.
During operations and maintenance, do not perform any operation on the power
supply unit when it carries electricity.
For the AC power mode, the system only supports single-phase power supply.
Ethernet Switching Main Board
The Ethernet switching main board is the core component of the ZXR10
2910E-PS/2918E-PS/2928E-PS/2918E/2928E/2952E switch, which provides the
switching and forwarding functions.
Heat Dissipation System
The ZXR10 2918E/2928E/2952E switch uses natural cooling for heat dissipation with vent
holes configured on the back and two sides of the switch.
The ZXR10 2910E-PS and ZXR10 2918E-PS switches use air extraction for heat
dissipation. The system supports automatic adjustment of the fan speed based on
operating and environmental conditions, and supports fan status monitoring and fault
alarming. For the technical parameters of fans, refer to Table 3-1.
Table 3-1 Technical Parameters of ZXR10 2910E-PS/2918E-PS Fans
Parameter
Description
Dimensions (width × height × depth)
1.58 in. × 1.58 in. × 0.79 in.
(40mm × 40mm × 20mm)
Aperture
0.13 in.–0.15 in.
(3.3 mm–3.7 mm)
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Parameter
Description
Wire length
19.31 in.–20.09 in.
(490 mm–510 mm)
Rated voltage
12 V
Operational voltage range
7 V–15 V
Power
0.5 A (max)
The ZXR10 2928E-PS switch uses fans for heat dissipation. A fan module is installed on
the rear panel of the switch, and two speed-adjustable fans can be installed on the module.
The fan module is hot-swappable and speed-adjustable. For the technical parameters of
fans, refer to Table 3-2.
Table 3-2 Technical Parameters of ZXR10 2928E-PSS Fans
Parameter
Description
Dimensions (width × height × depth)
1.58 in. × 1.58 in. × 0.79 in.
(40 mm × 40 mm × 20 mm)
Aperture
0.13 in.–0.15 in.
(3.2 mm–3.8 mm)
Wire length
11.58 in.–6.30 in.
(140 mm–160 mm)
Rated voltage
12 V
Operational voltage range
7 V–15 V
Power
0.5 A (max)
3.1.1 ZXR10 2918E
Overview
The ZXR10 2918E switch is 1U (1U = 1.75 in./ 44.45mm) high. It supports AC or DC power
supply.
For the front panel of the ZXR10 2918E switch (AC model), see Figure 3-1.
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Figure 3-1 ZXR10 2918E AC Model (Front Panel)
For the front panel of the ZXR10 2918E switch (DC model), see Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2 ZXR10 2918E DC Model (Front Panel)
Power Supply
The ZXR10 2918E switch supports -48 V DC power supply and 110 V/220 V AC power
supply. For -48 V DC power supply, –48 V DC power cables are used. For AC power
supply, AC power cables are used.
Interfaces
For ZXR10 2918E interface descriptions, refer to Table 3-3.
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Table 3-3 ZXR10 2918E Interface Descriptions
Name
10/100Base-TX
Ethernet port
Quantity
Description
16
These Ethernet ports are fixed.
Either 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports or SFP
ports (100Base-FX/1000Base-FX) can be configured
Combo port
2
as combo ports. The 10/100/1000Base-T and
100Base-FX/1000Base-FX ports cannot be used
simultaneously.
Console port
1
The console port implements service configuration and
management.
Indicators
The following indicators are available on the ZXR10 2918E switch:
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16 Ethernet indicators: Each indicator indicates the status of the corresponding
10/100Base-TX port.
Four combo port indicators: The indicators indicate the statuses of two combo ports
(the RJ45 port and SFP port with the same port number are combo ports). Each
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet interface has two indicators. The left indicator indicates
the status of the interface below. The right indicator indicates the status of interface
above. Each SFP port has one indicator indicating the port status.
Three system indicators.
Indicator states are described as follows:
1. System indicator
System indicators include the power indicator (PWR), operation indicator (SYS), and
the alarm indicator (ALM).
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When the switch starts to load the software version in the boot process, if the
software version is unavailable, the SYS indicator state does not change. If the
software version is loaded normally, the SYS indicator flashes once per second.
For ZXR10 2918E system indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-4.
Table 3-4 ZXR10 2918E System Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
State
Meaning
SYS
On the right side
Not lit
Power off.
Green
The device is starting.
Flashing (green)
The device is operating.
Not lit
The device is operating properly.
Green
The device is not operating properly.
of the console
port
ALM
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Position
PWR
State
Meaning
Not lit
Power off.
Lit
Power on.
2. Port indicator
There is an M_button on the front panel for mode selection. When a mode is selected,
the corresponding indicator is lit.
For ZXR10 2918E port indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-5.
Table 3-5 ZXR10 2918E Port Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
10/100B-
Above the
ase-TX port
port
None
(green)
LINK
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
STAT
CPU%
Lit (green)
The port rate is 100 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
The STP state of the port is "disable".
Lit (green)
The STP state of the port is "forward".
Lit (yellow)
Others.
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to show the current CPU usage,
and each port indicates 10%.
MEM%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to show the current memory
usage, and each port indicates 10%.
↑BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of
ports 1–10 to display the outbound
bandwidth occupancy ratio of the
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Function
Option
current uplink port, taking the current
rate of the uplink port as the baseline.
↓BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to display the inbound bandwidth
occupancy ratio of the current uplink
port, taking the current rate of the
uplink port as the baseline.
PING
Lit (green)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the correct reply is received.
Lit (yellow)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the right reply is not received.
CRC
Lit (yellow)
The port provides CRC error frame
statistics.
STORM
Lit (yellow)
A broadcast storm occurs on the port.
NoMAC
Lit (yellow)
No MAC address is learned on the
port.
Combo
Below the
port(10/10
port
None
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
0/1000Base-T or
(green)
100BaseFX/1000B-
LINK
ase-FX)
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
Lit (green)
The port rate is 1000 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps/100 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
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Overview
The ZXR10 2928E switch is 1U (1U = 1.75 in. / 44.45mm) high. It supports AC or DC
power supply.
For the front panel of the ZXR10 2928E switch (AC model), see Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-3 ZXR10 2928E AC Model (Front Panel)
For the front panel of the ZXR10 2928E switch (DC model), see Figure 3-4.
Figure 3-4 ZXR10 2928E DC Model (Front Panel)
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Power Supply
The ZXR10 2928E switch supports -48 V DC power supply and 110 V/220 V AC power
supply. For -48 V DC power supply, -48 V DC power cables are used. For AC power
supply, AC power cables are used.
Interfaces
For ZXR10 2928E interface descriptions, refer to Table 3-6.
Table 3-6 ZXR10 2928E Interface Descriptions
Name
10/100Base-TX
Ethernet port
Quantity
Description
24
These Ethernet ports are fixed.
Either 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports or SFP
ports (100Base-FX/1000Base-FX) can be configured
Combo port
2
as combo ports. The 10/100/1000Base-T and
100Base-FX/1000Base-FX ports cannot be used
simultaneously.
SFP port
2
1000Base-FX ports can be configured as SFP ports.
CONSOLE port
1
The console ports implement service configuration and
management.
Indicators
The following indicators are available on the ZXR10 2928E switch:
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24 Ethernet indicators: Each indicator indicates the status of the corresponding
10/100Base-TX port.
Four combo port indicators: The indicators indicate the statuses of two combo ports
(the RJ45 port and SFP port with the same port number are combo ports). Each
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port has two indicators. The left indicator of port shows
the status of the below-located port. The right indicator of port shows the status of the
above-located port.
Two SFP port indicators: The indicator below each SFP port indicates the status of
the SFP port.
Three system indicators.
Indicator states are described as follows:
1. System indicator
System indicators include the power indicator (PWR), operation indicator (SYS), and
the alarm indicator (ALM).
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After the system is powered up, the PWR indicator and the SYS indicator are on.
When the switch starts to load the software version in the boot process, if the
software version is unavailable, the SYS indicator state does not change. If the
software version is loaded normally, the SYS indicator flashes once per second.
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For ZXR10 2928E system indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-7.
Table 3-7 ZXR10 2928E System Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
State
Meaning
SYS
On the right side
Not lit
Power off.
Green
The device is starting.
Flashing (green)
The device is operating.
Not lit
The device is operating properly.
Green
The device is not operating properly.
Not lit
Power off.
Lit
Power on.
of the console
port
ALM
On the right side
of the console
port
PWR
On the right side
of the console
port
2. Port indicator
There is an M_button on the front panel for mode selection. When a mode is selected,
the corresponding indicator is lit.
For ZXR10 2928E port indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-8.
Table 3-8 ZXR10 2928E Port Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
10/100B-
Above the
ase-TX port
port
None
(green)
LINK
Not lit
No link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
STAT
Lit (green)
The port rate is 100 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
The STP state of the port is "disable".
Lit (green)
The STP state of the port is "forward".
Lit (yellow)
Others.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
Function
Option
CPU%
1–10 to show the current CPU usage,
and each port indicates 10%.
MEM%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to show the current memory
usage, and each port indicates 10%.
↑BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of
ports 1–10 to display the outbound
bandwidth occupancy ratio of the
current uplink port, taking the current
rate of the uplink port as the baseline.
↓BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to display the inbound bandwidth
occupancy ratio of the current uplink
port, taking the current rate of the
uplink port as the baseline.
PING
Lit (green)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the correct reply is received.
Lit (yellow)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the right reply is not received.
CRC
Lit (yellow)
The port provides CRC error frame
statistics.
STORM
Lit (yellow)
A broadcast storm occurs on the port.
NoMAC
Lit (yellow)
No MAC address is learned on the
port.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
Combo
Below the
port(10/10
port
None
0/1000Base-T or
(green)
100BaseLINK
FX/1000Base-FX)
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
Fixed SFP
Below the
port(100B-
port
None
Lit (green)
The port rate is 1000 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps/100 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
ase-FX/100
0Base-FX)
(green)
3.1.3 ZXR10 2952E
Overview
The ZXR10 2952E switch is 1U (1U = 44.45mm / 1.75 in.) high. It supports AC and DC
power supply.
For the front panel of the ZXR10 2952E switch, see Figure 3-5.
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Figure 3-5 ZXR10 2952E Front Panel
Power Supply
The ZXR10 2952E switch supports -48 V DC power supply and 110 V/220 V AC power
supply. For -48 V DC power supply, -48 V DC power cables are used. For AC power
supply, AC power cables are used.
The power socket and switch of the ZXR10 2952E switch are on the rear panel. For the
AC model rear panel, see Figure 3-6. For the DC model rear panel, see Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-6 ZXR10 2952E Rear Panel (AC power)
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Figure 3-7 ZXR10 2952E Rear Panel (DC power)
Interfaces
For ZXR10 2952E interface descriptions, refer to Table 3-9.
Table 3-9 ZXR10 2952E Interface Descriptions
Name
Quantity
Description
48
These Ethernet ports are fixed.
SFP port
4
1000Base-FX ports can be configured as SFP ports.
CONSOLE port
1
The console port implements service configuration and
10/100Base-TX
Ethernet port
management.
Indicators
The following indicators are available on the ZXR10 2952E switch:
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48 Ethernet indicators: Each indicator indicates the status of the corresponding
10/100Base-TX port.
Four SFP port indicators: The indicator below each SFP port shows the port status.
Three system indicators.
Indicator states are described as follows:
1. System indicator
System indicators include the power indicator (PWR), operation indicator (SYS), and
the alarm indicator (ALM).
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After the system is powered up, the PWR indicator and the SYS indicator are on.
When the switch starts to load the software version in the boot process, if the
software version is unavailable, the SYS indicator state does not change. If the
software version is loaded normally, the SYS indicator flashes once per second.
For ZXR10 2952E system indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-10.
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Table 3-10 ZXR10 2952E System Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
State
Meaning
SYS
On the lower
Not lit
Power off.
Green
The device is starting.
Flashing (green)
The device is operating.
Not lit
The device is operating properly.
Green
The device is not operating properly.
Not lit
Power off.
Lit
Power on.
right side of the
console port
ALM
PWR
2. Port indicator
There is an M_button on the front panel for mode selection. When a mode is selected,
the corresponding indicator is lit.
For ZXR10 2952E port indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-11.
Table 3-11 ZXR10 2952E Port Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
10/100B-
Above the
ase-TX port
port
None
(green)
LINK
Not lit
No Link
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
STAT
CPU%
Lit (green)
The port rate is 100 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
The STP state of the port is "disable".
Lit (green)
The STP state of the port is "forward".
Lit (yellow)
Others.
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to show the current CPU usage,
and each port indicates 10%.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
Function
Option
MEM%
1–10 to show the current memory
usage, and each port indicates 10%.
↑BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of
ports 1–10 to display the outbound
bandwidth occupancy ratio of the
current uplink port, taking the current
rate of the uplink port as the baseline.
↓BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to display the inbound bandwidth
occupancy ratio of the current uplink
port, taking the current rate of the
uplink port as the baseline.
PING
Lit (green)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the correct reply is received.
Lit (yellow)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the right reply is not received.
CRC
Lit (yellow)
The port provides CRC error frame
statistics.
STORM
Lit (yellow)
A broadcast storm occurs on the port.
NoMAC
Lit (yellow)
No MAC address is learned on the
port.
Fixed SFP
Below the
port(100B-
port
None
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
ase-FX/100
0Base-FX)
(green)
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3.1.4 ZXR10 2910E-PS
Overview
The ZXR10 2910E-PS switch is 1U (1U = 1.75 in. / 44.45mm) high.
For the front panel of the 2910E-PS switch, see Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-8 ZXR10 2910E-PS Front Panel
Power Supply
The ZXR10 2910E-PS switch supports AC power supply. The AC power socket and switch
are on the front panel.
Interfaces
For ZXR10 2910E-PS interface descriptions, refer to Table 3-12.
Table 3-12 ZXR10 2910E-PS Interface Descriptions
Name
Quantity
Description
10/100Base-TX
8
These Ethernet ports are fixed. PoE is supported, and
Ethernet port
Combo port
45/78 line pairs are used to supply power, see Figure 3-9.
2
Either 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports or SFP
ports (100Base-FX/1000Base-FX) can be configured
as combo ports. The 10/100/1000Base-T and
100Base-FX/1000Base-FX ports cannot be used
simultaneously.
Console port
1
The console port implements service configuration and
management.
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Figure 3-9 ZXR10 2910E-PS 45/78 Line Pair for Power Supply
Indicators
The following indicators are available on the ZXR10 2910E-PS switch:
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Eight Ethernet indicators: Each indicator indicates the status of the corresponding
10/100Base-TX port.
Four combo port indicators: The indicators indicate the statuses of two combo ports
(the RJ45 port and SFP port with the same port number are combo ports). Each
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port has two indicators. The left indicator of port shows
the status of the below-located port. The right indicator of port shows the status of the
above-located port. Each SFP port has one indicator indicating the port status.
Three system indicators.
Indicator states are described as follows:
1. System indicator
System indicators include the power indicator (PWR), operation indicator (SYS), and
the alarm indicator (ALM).
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After the system is powered up, the PWR indicator and the SYS indicator are on.
When the switch starts to load the software version in the boot process, if the
software version is unavailable, the SYS indicator state does not change. If the
software version is loaded normally, the SYS indicator flashes once per second.
For ZXR10 2910E-PS system indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-13.
Table 3-13 ZXR10 2910E-PS System Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
State
Meaning
SYS
On the right side
Not lit
Power off.
Green
The device is starting.
Flashing (green)
The device is operating.
of the console
port
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Indicator
Position
State
Meaning
ALM
On the right side
Not lit
The device is operating properly.
Green
The device is not operating properly.
Not lit
Power off.
Lit
Power on.
of the console
port
PWR
On the right side
of the console
port
2. Port indicator
There is an M_button on the front panel for mode selection. When a mode is selected,
the corresponding indicator is lit.
For ZXR10 2910E-PS port indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-14.
Table 3-14 ZXR10 2910E-PS Port Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
10/100B-
Above the
ase-TX port
port
None
(green)
LINK
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
STAT
PoE
Lit (green)
The port rate is 100 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
The STP state of the port is "disable".
Lit (green)
The STP state of the port is "forward".
Lit (yellow)
Others.
Not lit
The port is powered off.
Lit (green)
The port is powered on.
Lit (yellow)
The power supply is abnormal.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
Function
Option
CPU%
1-8 to show the current CPU usage,
and each port indicates 12.5%.
MEM%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1-8 to show the current memory usage,
and each port indicates 12.5%.
Combo
Below the
port(10/10
port
STORM
Lit (green)
A broadcast storm occurs on the port.
None
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
0/1000Base-T or
(green)
100BaseLINK
FX/1000Base-FX)
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
Lit (green)
The port rate is 1000 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps/100 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
3. Power indicator
The switch has two power indicators, PoE PWR and FAULT.
For ZXR10 2910E-PS power indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-15.
Table 3-15 ZXR10 2910E-PS Power Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
State
Meaning
PoE PWR
On the left of the
Not lit
Power off.
Lit (green)
The power supply operates normally.
Not lit
The switch is not powered on or the
AC power socket
FAULT
On the left of the
AC power socket
power supply has no fault or alarm.
Lit (red)
A power supply temperature alarm or
a fault exists.
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3.1.5 ZXR10 2918E-PS
Overview
The ZXR10 2918E-PS switch is 1U (1U = 1.75 in. / 44.45mm) high.
For the front panel of the 2918E-PS switch, see Figure 3-10.
Figure 3-10 ZXR10 2918E-PS Front Panel
Power Supply
The ZXR10 2918E-PS switch supports AC power supply and RPS power supply. For 110
V/220 V AC power supply, AC power cables are used. For RPS power supply, the RPS
power supply unit developed by ZTE (RPS550 or RPS1100) and dedicated RPS power
cables must be used.
The AC power socket and switch are on the front panel. For the front panel of the 2918E-PS
switch, see Figure 3-10.
For the overview of the RPS interface on the rear panel, see Figure 3-11.
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Figure 3-11 ZXR10 2918E-RPS Rear Panel
The RPS power supply is described as follows:
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For the RPS550 front panel, see Figure 3-12. The two three-core interfaces in the left
are RPS power supply output interfaces. Either of them can be used for connection
with the ZXR10 2918E-PS switch. For cable connections, refer to 3.2.1 Power Cable.
For the technical parameter of an RPS550 power supply unit, refer to Table 3-16.
Table 3-16 RPS550 Technical Parameter Descriptions
Parameter
Value
Input voltage
100 V to 240 V AC
Output maximum voltage
-54 V
Output electrical current
10 A
Output maximum power
540 W
Figure 3-12 RPS550 Front Panel
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For the RPS1100 front panel, see Figure 3-13. The two three-core interfaces in the left
are RPS power supply output interfaces. Either of them can be used for connection
with the ZXR10 2918E-PS. For cable connections, refer to 3.2.1 Power Cable.
For the technical parameter of an RPS1100 power supply unit, refer to Table 3-17.
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Table 3-17 RPS1100 Technical Parameter Descriptions
Parameter
Value
Input voltage
100 to 240 V AC
Output maximum voltage
-54 V
Output electrical current
16 A
Output maximum power
864 W
Figure 3-13 RPS1100 Front Panel
Caution!
Turn off the main AC power supply before using an RPS power supply unit.
Interfaces
For ZXR10 2918E-PS interface descriptions, refer to Table 3-18.
Table 3-18 ZXR10 2918E-PS Interface Descriptions
Name
Quantity
Description
These Ethernet ports are fixed. The PoE is
10/100Base-TX Ethernet port
16
supported, and 45/78 line pairs are used to supply
power, see Figure 3-14.
Combo port
2
Either 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet ports
or SFP ports (100Base-FX/1000Base-FX)
can be configured as combo ports.
The 10/100/1000Base-T and 100BaseFX/1000Base-FX ports cannot be used
simultaneously.
Console port
1
The console port implements service configuration
and management.
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Figure 3-14 ZXR10 2918E-PS 45/78 line Pair for Power Supply
Indicators
The following indicators are available on the ZXR10 2918E-PS switch:
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16 Ethernet indicators: Each indicator indicates the status of the corresponding
10/100Base-TX port.
Four combo port indicators: The indicators indicate the statuses of two combo ports
(the RJ45 port and SFP port with the same port number are combo ports). Each
10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port has two indicators. The left indicator of the port
shows the status of the below-located port. The right indicator of the port shows the
status of the above-located port. Each SFP port has one indicator indicating the port
status.
Three system indicators.
Indicator states are described as follows:
1. System indicator
System indicators include the power indicator (PWR), operation indicator (SYS), and
the alarm indicator (ALM).
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After the system is powered up, the PWR indicator and the SYS indicator are on.
When the switch starts to load the software version in the boot process, if the
software version is unavailable, the SYS indicator state does not change. If the
software version is loaded normally, the SYS indicator flashes once per second.
For ZXR10 2918E-PS system indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-19.
Table 3-19 ZXR10 2918E-PS System Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
On the right side
SYS
of the console
port
State
Meaning
Not lit
Power off.
Lit (green)
The device is starting.
Flashing (green)
The device is operating.
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Indicator
ALM
Position
State
Meaning
On the right side
Not lit
The device is operating properly.
Lit (green)
The device is not operating properly.
Not lit
Power off.
Lit
Power on.
Not lit
The RPS power supply is not used.
Lit (green)
The RPS power supply is used.
of the console
port
On the right side
PWR
of the console
port
On the right side
RPS
of the console
port
2. Port indicator
There is an M_button on the front panel for mode selection. When a mode is selected,
the corresponding indicator is lit.
For ZXR10 2918E-PS port indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-20.
Table 3-20 2918E-PS Port Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
10/100B-
Above the
ase-TX port
port
None
(green)
LINK
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
STAT
PoE
Lit (green)
The port rate is 100 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
The STP state of the port is "disable".
Lit (green)
The STP state of the port is "forward".
Lit (yellow)
Others.
Not lit
The port is powered off.
Lit (green)
The port is powered on.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Lit (yellow)
The power supply is abnormal.
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
Function
Option
CPU%
1–10 to show the current CPU usage,
and each port indicates 10%.
MEM%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to show the current memory
usage, and each port indicates 10%.
↑BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of
ports 1–10 to display the outbound
bandwidth occupancy ratio of the
current uplink port, taking the current
rate of the uplink port as the baseline.
↓BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1–10 to display the inbound bandwidth
occupancy ratio of the current uplink
port, taking the current rate of the
uplink port as the baseline.
PING
Lit (green)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the correct reply is received.
Lit (yellow)
The switch sends five ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the right reply is not received.
CRC
Lit (yellow)
The port provides CRC error frame
statistics.
STORM
Lit (yellow)
NoMAC
Lit (yellow)
A broadcast storm occurs on the port.
No MAC address is learned on the
port.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
State
Meaning
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
Combo
Below the
port(10/10
port
None
0/1000Base-T or
(green)
100BaseLINK
FX/1000Base-FX)
Not lit
No Link.
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
Lit (green)
The port rate is 1000 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps/100 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
3. Power indicator
The switch has two power indicators, PoE PWR and FAULT.
For ZXR10 2918E-PS power indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-21.
Table 3-21 ZXR10 2918E-PS Power Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
PoE PWR
Position
State
Meaning
On the left of AC
Not lit
Power off.
power socket
Lit (green)
The power supply operates normally.
Not lit
FAULT
The switch is not powered on or the
power supply has no fault or alarm.
On the left of AC
A power supply temperature alarm
power socket
Lit (red)
or a fault exists, or there is no DC
power output.
3.1.6 ZXR10 2928E-PS
Overview
The ZXR10 2928E-PS switch is 1U (1U = 1.75 in. / 44.45mm) high.
For the front panel of the 2928E-PS switch, see Figure 3-15.
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Figure 3-15 ZXR10 2928E-PS Front Panel
1. RS-29EC-4GE-SFP
daughter card
2. RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45
daughter card
3. RS-29EC-4FE-SFP
daughter card
Power Supply
The ZXR10 2928E-PS switch uses one or two AC power supply units which are hot
swappable. AC power cables are used for 110 V/220 V AC power supply.
The power sockets and switches of the AC power supply unit are located on the rear panel.
For the rear panel of the ZXR10 2928E-PS switch, see Figure 3-16.
Figure 3-16 Rear Panel of the ZXR10 2928E-PS AC Power Supply Module
Interfaces
For ZXR10 2928E-PS interface descriptions, refer to Table 3-22.
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Table 3-22 ZXR10 2928E-PS Interface Descriptions
Name
Quantity
Description
10/100Base-TX
24
PoE is supported, which complies with the IEEE 802.3af
Ethernet port
and IEEE 802.3at standards. 45/78 line pairs are used to
supply power, see Figure 3-17.
Uplink daughter
1
card slot
Supports uplink daughter cards such as the 4-port GE
optical card RS-29EC-4GE-SFP, the 4-port GE electrical
card RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45, and the 4-port FE optical card
RS-29EC-4FE-SFP.
CONSOLE port
2
One RJ45 interface and one Mini USB interface are
available, which cannot be used simultaneously.
The console ports implement service configuration and
management.
Management port
1
The management port implements the boot and software
version download operations.
Figure 3-17 ZXR10 2928E-PS 45/78 Line Pair for Power Supply
Indicators
The following indicators are available on the ZXR10 2928E-PS switch:
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l
l
l
24 Ethernet port indicators: Each indicator indicates the status of the corresponding
10/100Base-TX port.
Each uplink daughter card contains an indicator which indicates the daughter card
status.
One debug port indicator, which indicates the debug port status.
Three system indicators.
Indicator states are described as follows:
1. System indicator
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System indicators include the power indicator (PWR), operation indicator (SYS), and
the alarm indicator (ALM).
l
l
After the system is powered up, the PWR indicator and the SYS indicator are on.
When the switch starts to load the software version in the boot process, if the
software version is unavailable, the SYS indicator state does not change. If the
software version is loaded normally, the SYS indicator flashes once per second.
For ZXR10 2918E-PS system indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-23.
Table 3-23 ZXR10 2928E-PS System Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
Status
Description
Below the
Not lit
Power off.
Lit (green)
The device is starting.
Flashing (green)
The device is operating.
Not lit
The device is operating properly.
Lit (green)
The device is not operating properly.
Not lit
Power off.
Lit
Power on.
console ports
SYS
(Mini USB)
ALM
PWR
2. Port indicator
There is an M_button on the front panel for mode selection. When a mode is selected,
the corresponding indicator is lit.
For ZXR10 2928E-PS port indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-24.
Table 3-24 2928E-PS Port Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Position
M_button
Status
Description
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
Function
Option
10/100B-
Above the
ase-TX in-
port
None
terface indicator
(green)
LINK
Not lit
No Link
Lit (green)
A link exists.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
SPD
DUP
Lit (green)
The port rate is 100 Mbps.
Lit (yellow)
The port rate is 10 Mbps.
Lit (green)
The port is in full-duplex state.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
Status
Description
Lit (yellow)
The port is in half-duplex state.
Not lit
The STP state of the port is "disable".
Lit (green)
The STP state of the port is "forward".
Lit (yellow)
Others.
Not lit
The port is powered off.
Lit (green)
The port is powered on.
Lit (yellow)
The power supply is abnormal.
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
Function
Option
STAT
POE
CPU%
1-10 to show the current CPU usage,
and each port indicates 10%.
MEM%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1-10 to show the current memory
usage, and each port indicates 10%.
↑BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of
ports 1-10 to display the outbound
bandwidth occupancy ratio of the
current uplink port, taking the current
rate of the uplink port as the baseline.
↓BW%
Lit (green)
The switch uses the indicators of ports
1-10 to display the inbound bandwidth
occupancy ratio of the current uplink
port, taking the current rate of the
uplink port as the baseline.
PING
Lit (green)
The switch sends 5 ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the correct reply is received.
Lit (yellow)
The switch sends 5 ICMP packets to
the network management center. For
each ICMP packet, the switch uses the
indicators of ports 1–5 to indicate that
the right reply is not received.
CRC
Lit (yellow)
The port provides CRC error frame
statistics.
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Indicator
Position
M_button
Status
Description
STORM
Lit (yellow)
A broadcast storm occurs on the port.
NoMAC
Lit (yellow)
No MAC address is learned on the
Function
Option
port.
Debugging
At the
network
bottom
interface
right of the
indicator
debugging
None
Not lit
No connection.
Lit (green)
The gigabit connection is established.
Flashing
Data is being transferred.
(green)
network
interface
3. Power indicator
The switch has two power indicators, PoE PWR and FAULT.
For ZXR10 2928E-PS power indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-25.
Table 3-25 ZXR10 2928E-PS Power Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
RUN
Position
Status
Description
At the bottom left
Not lit
Power off.
Lit (green)
The power supply operates normally.
of the panel with
the AC power
module
Not lit
FAULT
The switch is not powered on or the
power supply has no fault or alarm.
A power supply temperature alarm
Lit (red)
or a fault exists, or there is no DC
power output.
Uplink Daughter Card
The 2928E-PS switch provides a slot for an uplink daughter card to implement uplink data
transmission. The following uplink daughter cards are supported:
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RS-29EC-4GE-SFP daughter card
Caution!
An RS-29EC-4GE-SFP daughter card is not hot swappable.
An RS-29EC-4GE-SFP daughter card provides four Gigabit-Ethernet uplink optical
interfaces. For its front panel, see Figure 3-18.
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Figure 3-18 RS-29EC-4GE-SFP Front Panel
On the front panel, each Gigabit-Ethernet optical interface has one indicator. For
indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-26.
Table 3-26 RS-29EC-4FE-SFP Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Mode
Gigabit optical
interface
SDP mode
indicator
l
Not lit
Green
Yellow
Lit (green): 1G link
Lit (yellow): 100 M link
Unconnected
Flashing (green): 1G
Flashing (yellow): 100
active
M active
RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 daughter card
Caution!
An RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 daughter card is not hot swappable.
An RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 daughter card provides four Gigabit-Ethernet electrical
interfaces. For its front panel, see Figure 3-19.
Figure 3-19 RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 Front Panel
On the front panel, each Gigabit-Ethernet electrical interface has one indicator. For
indicator descriptions, refer to Table 3-27.
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Table 3-27 RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
Mode
Not lit
Gigabit
electrical
interface
SDP mode
Unconnected
Green
Yellow
Lit (green): 1G link
Lit (yellow): 100/10 M link
Flashing (green): 1G
Flashing (yellow): 100/10 M
active
active
indicator
l
RS-29EC-4FE-SFP daughter card
Caution!
An RS-29EC-4FE-SFP daughter card is not hot swappable.
An RS-29EC-4FE-SFP daughter card provides four 100 M Ethernet optical interfaces.
For its front panel, see Figure 3-20.
Figure 3-20 RS-29EC-4FE-SFP Front Panel
On the front panel, each 100 M optical interface has one indicator. For indicator
descriptions, refer to Table 3-28.
Table 3-28 RS-29EC-4FE-SFP Indicator Descriptions
Indicator
100 M optical interface
indicator
Not lit
Green
Lit (green): 100 M link
Unconnected
Flashing (green): 100 M active
3.1.7 Optical Module
Overview
The interface board of the ZXR10 2900E switch uses Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP)
optical modules. For the overview of an optical module, see Figure 3-21.
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Figure 3-21 SFP Optical Module
SFP Attributes
For the attributes of an SFP optical module, refer to Table 3-29.
Table 3-29 SFP Attribute Descriptions
Attribute
Transmission
MMF/500 M
SMF/10 KM
SMF/40 KM
SMF/80 KM
SMF/120
Port
Port
Port
Port
KM Port
500 m
10 km
40 km
80 km
120 km
850 nm
1310 nm
1310 nm/1550
1550 nm
1550 nm
distance
Central
wavelength
Minimum optical
nm
-9.5 dBm
-11.5 dBm
-11.5 dBm
-11.5d Bm
-11.5 dBm
-4 dBm
-3 dBm
-3 dBm
-3 dBm
-3 dBm
< -19 dBm
< -19d Bm
< -19 dBm
< -19 dBm
< -19 dBm
0 dbm
-3 dbm
-3 dbm
-3 dbm
-3 dbm
Multi-mode
Single-mode
Single-mode
Single-mode
Single-
transmission
power
Maximum optical
transmission
power
Receiving
sensitivity
Overload optical
power
Fiber type
mode
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3.2 Cables
3.2.1 Power Cable
Power cables can be divided into three types in accordance with different power modules,
AC power cables, DC power cables, and RPS cables.
1. AC Power Cable
For the overview of an AC power cable of the ZXR10 2900E series switches, see
Figure 3-22.
Figure 3-22 AC Power Cable
1. 10 A 3-pin flat male
plug
2. 3 ×0.0012
in.(0.75mm)2 power
cable (with 3C
certification)
3. 10 A T-shaped female
plug
For the models and specifications of AC power cables for the ZXR10 2900E series
switches, refer to Table 3-30.
Table 3-30 Technical Parameters of AC Power Cables
Item
Description
Terminal model
10 A 3-pin flat male plug
10 A T-shaped female plug
Cable model
3 × 0.0012 in.(0.75mm)2, with 3C certification
2. DC Power Cable
For the overview of the -48 V DC power cable C-PWR-084, see Figure 3-23.
Figure 3-23 DC Power Cable C-PWR-084
For the correspondence relationship between two ends of a DC power cable, refer to
Table 3-31.
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Table 3-31 Correspondence Relationship Between Two Ends of a DC Power Cable
End A
End B
Power Signal
1
End B1
-48 V GND
2
End B2
-48 V
End A is connected to the -48 V input socket of the switch, and two terminals on end
B are connected in accordance with labels pasted on each conductor, where B1 is
connected to DC power supply -48 VGND and B2 is connected to DC power supply
-48 V. For B1 and B2 label descriptions, refer to Table 3-32.
Table 3-32 End B1 and B2 Label Descriptions
End B1
End B2
-48 V GND
-48 V
3. RPS550 Cable
For the overview of an RPS550 cable that the ZXR10 2918S-PS switch uses, see
Figure 3-24. The rated operating voltage is 250 V, and the rated operating current is
30 A.
Figure 3-24 RPS550 Power Supply Cable
For the core wire correspondence relationship of the RPS cable, refer to Table 3-33.
Table 3-33 RPS550 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships
Pin of End A
Cable Color
Pin of End B
2
Black
1
3
Black
3
End A is connected to the ZXR10 2918E-PS switch and End B is connected to the
RPS power supply unit.
For the power cable connection, see Figure 3-25.
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Figure 3-25 ZXR10 2918E-PS and RPS550 Connection Diagram
4. RPS1100 Cable
For the overview of an RPS1100 power supply cable that the ZXR10 2918E-PS switch
uses, see Figure 3-26. The rated operating voltage is 250 V, and the rated operating
current is 20 A.
Figure 3-26 RPS1100 Power Supply Cable
For the core wire correspondence relationship of the RPS cable, refer to Table 3-34.
Table 3-34 RPS1100 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships
Pin of End A
Cable Color
Pin of End B
Pin of End C
2
Black
1
1
3
Blue
3
3
End A is connected to the ZXR10 2918E-PS switch and End B is connected to the
power supply unit. For the power cable connection, see Figure 3-27.
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Figure 3-27 ZXR10 2918E-PS and RPS1100 Connection Diagram
3.2.2 Protective Grounding Cables
Protective grounding cables prevent switches from lightning and interference. For the
overview of a protective grounding cable, see Figure 3-28.
Figure 3-28 Protective Grounding Cable
Technical Parameters
For the technical parameters of protective grounding cables for the ZXR10 2900E series
switches, refer to Table 3-35.
Table 3-35 Technical Parameters of Protective Grounding Cables
Parameter
Description
Diameter of the main grounding cable
0.0062 in.²
(4mm²)
Size of the main grounding screw
M4
Diameter of the main grounding cable lug
0.25 in.
(6.3mm)
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Caution!
Correctly installing the switch grounding wire is crucial to the lightning protection and
electromagnetic susceptibility of a switch.
The power input end of the switch is connected with a noise filter, whose central grounding
cable is directly connected to the chassis, which is also called chassis ground (PGND). The
chassis ground must be connected to the earth so that the faradic current and leakage
electricity can be safely released to the earth. This method enhances the resistance to
electromagnetic interference of the switch.
The correct grounding methods are as follows:
l
When a grounding strip is available at the installation site, attach one end of the
yellow/green ground wire of the switch to the grounding screw on the grounding strip
and fasten the captive nut. See Figure 3-29. Fire pipes and the lightning rods of
buildings are not the right choices for grounding the switch. The grounding wire of the
switch should be connected to the grounding device in the equipment room.
Figure 3-29 Grounding the Switch Through a Grounding Strip
1. Protective grounding
terminal of the switch
l
2. Grounding bar in the
equipment room
If there is no grounding strip but earth near the equipment room that allows a grounding
body to be buried, hammer an angle iron/steel pipe longer than 0.5 m into the earth.
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See Figure 3-30. Weld the yellow-green ground wire of the switch onto the angle
iron/steel pipe, and protect the joint from erosion.
Figure 3-30 Grounding the Switch by Burying the Grounding Body into the Earth
1. Protective grounding
terminal of the switch
l
2. Ground
3. Angle steel or steel
tube
For an AC-powered switch, if neither of the above two conditions is available, ground
it through the PE wire of the AC power supply. See Figure 3-31. Ensure that the
PE wire is well connected to the ground in the power distribution room or at the AC
transformer side.
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Figure 3-31 Grounding Through the AC PE Wire
1. AC power input
l
2. PE protective
grounding cable
For a DC-powered switch, if neither of the first two conditions is available, ground
it through the return wire (RTN) of the DC power supply. See Figure 3-32. Ensure
that this RTN wire is well connected to the ground at the DC output of the DC power
cabinet.
Figure 3-32 Grounding Through the PGND of a Power Cabinet
1. AC/DC power cabinet
2. -48 V bar
3. -48 V
4. RTN bar
5. -48 VRTN
6. PGND bar
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7. Grounding
8. Ground wire
9. Ground terminal
10. DC input
3.2.3 Console Cable
The console cable is the basic cable for configuring and maintaining the ZXR10 2900E
series switches.
A console cable is provided together with the ZXR10 2900E switch. One end uses the DB9
serial port (connected to a PC serial port) and the other end uses the RJ45 port (connected
to the console port on the main board of the ZXR10 2900E series switches).
For the overview of a console cable, see Figure 3-33.
Figure 3-33 ZXR10 2900E Console Cable
1. D-type 9-core plastic
injection molded cable plug
(hole)
2. Label/self-covering winder
laser print II
3. Horizontal twisted pair
SBVVP-2 × 2
4. 8P8C straight cable crimp
plug
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For the wire correspondence relationships of a console cable, refer to Table 3-36.
Table 3-36 Wire Correspondence Relationships of a Console Cable
End A
Cable Color
End B
2
White
3
3
Blue
6
5
White
4
Orange
5
4
White
7
6
Green
2
7
White
8
8
Brown
1
3.2.4 Network Cable
There are two types of Ethernet cables, crossover and straight-through.
The straight-through Ethernet cables are used in the following cases:
l
l
l
l
Ethernet connection between a ZXR10 2900E switch and a hub.
Ethernet connection between a ZXR10 2900E switch and an Ethernet switch.
Ethernet connection between a computer and a hub.
Ethernet connection between a computer and an Ethernet switch.
The crossover Ethernet cables are used in the following cases:
l
l
l
l
l
l
Ethernet connection between two ZXR10 2900E switches.
Ethernet connection between a ZXR10 2900E switch and a computer Ethernet card.
Ethernet connection between two hubs.
Ethernet connection between a hub and an Ethernet switch.
Ethernet connection between two Ethernet switches.
Ethernet card connection between two computers.
Both crossover and straight-through Ethernet cables are standard shielded cables that use
RJ45 connectors. For the structure of an Ethernet cable, see Figure 3-34.
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Figure 3-34 Ethernet cable
1. RJ45 connector
2. Network cable label
3. Network cable sleeve
4. Twisted-pair wire
For the correspondence relationships between straight-through cable core wires, refer to
Table 3-37.
Table 3-37 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships of Straight-through Ethernet
Cables
Wire Color Code
End A
End B
Wire Color Code
White orange
1
1
White orange
Orange
2
2
Orange
White green
3
3
White green
Blue
4
4
Blue
White blue
5
5
White blue
Green
6
6
Green
White brown
7
7
White brown
Brown
8
8
Brown
Legend
For the correspondence relationships between crossover cable core wires, refer to Table
3-38.
Table 3-38 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships of Crossover Ethernet Cables
Wire Color Code
End A
End B
Wire Color Code
White orange
1
3
White green
Orange
2
6
Green
White green
3
1
Orange white
Legend
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Wire Color Code
End A
End B
Wire Color Code
Blue
4
4
Blue
White blue
5
5
White blue
Green
6
2
Orange
White brown
7
7
White brown
Brown
8
8
Brown
Legend
For technical parameters of Ethernet cables, refer to Table 3-39.
Table 3-39 Technical Parameters of Ethernet Cables
Cable plug name
Model
Technical parameters
8P8C straight cable crimp plug
E5088-001023
Rated current: 1.5 A, rated
voltage: 125 V, crimp
AWG24-28# WG round cable
3.2.5 Optical Fiber
Overview
The optical fiber is a communication medium that uses a bundle of thin glass rods to
transmit modulated light signals. There are two types of optical fibers, single-mode optical
fiber and multimode optical fiber. Users can select one in accordance with the particular
situation.
l Multimode optical fiber: transmits signals by using multiple modes of light. It is used
for short-distance transmission and is also called the 8.3/125 um fiber.
l Single-mode optical fiber: transmits signals by using a single mode of light. It is used
for long-distance transmission and is also called the 50/125 um or 62.5/125 um fiber.
Each fiber cable is composed of the fiber core, cladding layer, buffer layer, strengthening
layer, and the outer jacket. Fiber core is the optical transmission component located at the
cable core. It is normally made of silicon or glass. The chemical compositions of the fiber
core are partially different from those of the cladding layer, so that the light entering at a
specified angle would be reflected continuously by the fiber core and cladding layer. This
means that light remains in the fiber core during the entire transmission process.
For the cross-sectional area of a fiber cable, see Figure 3-35.
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Figure 3-35 Cross-sectional Area of a Fiber Cable
Laser Usage Safety
The ZXR10 2900E series switches are classified as type 1 laser equipment.
If the optional optical interface card is in operational state, it is suggested not to have direct
eye contact with the optical interface because the light beam is of high energy and may
hurt the retina.
Note:
Any eye contact with the laser beam of the optical fiber may cause an eye injury.
Optical Fiber Installation
Each optical interface of the ZXR10 2900E series switches can be connected to an SFP
module. User can use single-mode optical fibers or multimode optical fibers as required.
For connector types at the two ends of optical fibers, refer to Table 3-40.
Table 3-40 Optical Fiber Connector Types
Mode
Switch End Connector Type
Opposite End Connector Type
FC/PC connector
Single-mode
SC-PC connector (square
panhead)
SC/PC connector
ST/PC connector
FC/PC connector
Multimode
SC-PC connector (square
panhead)
SC/PC connector
ST/PC connector
Fibers outside the cabinet must be protected with plastic corrugated sleeves to avoid any
damage. The optical fiber within the protective sleeve cannot be wound up and the bending
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part must have a particular radian. The labels at the two ends of optical fibers must be
clear.
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Table of Contents
Desktop Installation Mode ..........................................................................................4-1
Cabinet Installation Mode ...........................................................................................4-1
Cable Installation Specifications and Steps ................................................................4-6
Power-on and Power-off Procedures ..........................................................................4-7
Lightning Protection (Optional) ...................................................................................4-8
4.1 Desktop Installation Mode
To install a switch on the desktop, install four plastic feet (plastic feet and screws are
provided together with the switch) at the bottom plate of the switch for air ventilation. For
the installation diagram (using the ZXR10 2952E switch as an example), see Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1 Desktop Installation
1. Box
2. Bottom block
4.2 Cabinet Installation Mode
ZXR10 2918E/2928E/2952E/2918E-PS Installation
1. To install the ZXR10 2918E/2928E/2952E/2918E-PS switch into a 19-inch cabinet, fix
two flanges (flanges and screws are provided together with the switch) on the sides of
the switch, see Figure 4-2 (using the ZXR10 2952E switch as an example).
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Figure 4-2 Flange Installation
2. Install a pair of symmetric holding plates inside the 19-inch cabinet to support the
switch. See Figure 4-3.
Figure 4-3 Holding Plate Installation
3. Install the switch onto the holding plates and fix flanges onto the cabinet. See Figure
4-4 (using the ZXR10 2952E switch as an example).
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Figure 4-4 Switch Installation
ZXR10 2910E-PS Installation
1. To install the ZXR10 2910E-PS switch onto a 19-inch cabinet, fix two flanges (flanges
and screws are provided together with the switch) on the sides of the switch. See
Figure 4-5.
Figure 4-5 Flange Installation (ZXR10 2910E-PS)
2. Install a pair of symmetric holding plates inside the 19-inch cabinet to support the
switch. See Figure 4-6.
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Figure 4-6 Holding Plate Installation (ZXR10 2910E-PS)
3. Install the switch onto the holding plates and fix flanges onto the cabinet. See Figure
4-7.
Figure 4-7 Switch Installation (ZXR10 2910E-PS)
ZXR10 2928E-PS Installation
1. To install the ZXR10 2928E-PS switch onto a 19-inch cabinet, fix two flanges (flanges
and screws are provided together with the switch) on the sides of the switch. See
Figure 4-8.
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Figure 4-8 Flange Installation
2. Install a pair of symmetric holding plates inside the 19-inch cabinet to support the
switch. See Figure 4-9.
Figure 4-9 Holding Plate Installation
3. Install the switch onto the holding plates and fix flanges onto the cabinet. See Figure
4-10.
Figure 4-10 Switch Installation
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4.3 Cable Installation Specifications and Steps
The ZXR10 2900E cables include power cables, grounding cables, console cables,
network cables, and optical fibers.
Installation Specifications
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Layout Principles
Power cables are straight and with smooth arcs at turning sections.
No connecting or wielding point exists in the middle of a power cable.
The unnecessary part of a power cable is cut off, instead of being coiled.
The bending radius at a turning section of a power cable is 5 times greater than the
cable diameter.
Power cables are laid properly, without crossing, coiling, or twisting.
Before a signal cable is installed, a connectivity test must be implemented. Both ends
of the signal cable are attached with marks or engineering tags.
Power cables and signal cables are separated with a distance of at least 11.82 in.(300
mm). Do not bind them together.
For an optical fiber, the turning radius is not less than 1.576 in.(40 mm).
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Binding Principles
Power cables and signal cables are bound separately.
The interval for binding power cables is 7.88 in.(200 mm).
Protect cables from being squeezed or dragged by turning devices (for example, a
door), and binding is not allowed at turning sections.
Cable fasteners are facing the same direction. Cut the excessive part flat after binding.
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Overhead Cabling Principle
In overhead cabling mode, cables are led out of the top of the DC power distribution
cabinet to the top of each device cabinet through a cable tray.
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Downward Cabling Principle
In downward cabling mode, cables are led out of the bottom of the DC power
distribution cabinet to the bottom of each device cabinet through the antistatic floor.
Installation Steps
1. Plan the cabling path.
When planning the cabling path, leave proper space for future expansion, so that the
system can still operate properly after expansion.
2. Install protective grounding cables and power cables.
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Before installing power cables, ensure that the protective grounding cables of the
switch are well connected to the earth.
3. Install signal cables.
l Install configuration cables.
l Install network cables.
l Install optical fibers.
4.4 Power-on and Power-off Procedures
Check the equipment room environment and hardware installation before powering on a
switch.
1. Check the temperature and humidity in the equipment room.
l If the relative humidity in the equipment room is too high for a long time, current
leakage may occur or the insulating function may become invalid. Mechanical
features of materials may change or metal components may rust. If the relative
humidity is too low, the insulating pad may shrink and cause loose screws. The
static electricity may occur in a dry environment which endangers the switch
circuit.
l A longtime high temperature may speed up the aging process of insulating
materials, which reduces the switch reliability and affects the switch lifespan.
2. Verify that power cables and other cables are connected correctly.
3. Check other hardware.
a. Verify that devices are labeled completely, correctly and clearly.
b. Verify that the switch is firmly installed in the 19-inch standard cabinet or stably
installed on the desktop.
c.
Verify that the power switch is set to the OFF position.
d. Verify that the cabinet is grounded properly and that the grounding resistance
meets technical requirements.
4. Perform the following steps to power on the ZXR10 2900E switch:
a. Put the plug of the AC power cable into a socket.
b. Turn on the external power supply switch.
c.
Turn on the ZXR10 2900E switch.
5. (Optional) To power off the ZXR10 2900E switch, perform the following steps:
a. Turn off the external power supply switch.
b. Turn off the ZXR10 2900E switch.
c.
Unplug the AC power cable.
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4.5 Lightning Protection (Optional)
4.5.1 Lightning Arrester for AC Power Supply
Caution!
The lightning arrester is not provided with the switch.
If an outdoor AC power cord is directly led to the switch, a connector bar with lightning
protection must be used to prevent possible damage to the switch due to lightning strike.
The connector bar can be fixed on the cabinet, workbench or the wall of the equipment
room with clips and screws. For the overview of a connector bar (lightning arrester), see
Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11 Connector Bar (Lightning Arrester)
1. Multipurpose socket:
connected to the power
supply unit.
2. Standard socket:
connected to a power
receptacle in the equipment
room.
3. Grounding alarm indicator:
indicates whether PE is
available for the power
supply. If it is available, the
indicator is not lit. If it is
unavailable, the indicator is
lit.
4. Reversed polarity indicator:
indicates whether L and N
are connected reversely.
If L and N are connected
properly, the indicator is
lit. If L and N are not
connected properly, the
indicator is not lit.
5. Lightning protection
indicator: indicates whether
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
the lightning protection
function is normal. If it
is normal, the indicator is
green. If it is abnormal, the
indicator is red.
Lightning protection module
Grounding screw
Hanger, fixed by an M6
screw
Connector bar switch
Fuse
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Caution!
Ensure that the arrester is well grounded before use.
After connecting the AC power cord plug to the lightning arrester socket, if the green
LED is lit, it means that the lightning arrester is operating and the lightning protection
function has taken effect.
The arrester should be installed and debugged in accordance with the arrester
instruction and in compliance with the local engineering technical standards and
specifications, to ensure proper grounding, bonding and isoelectric connection.
The lightning-protection system must be checked regularly. For example, before and
after each thunderstorm season, users must verify that the lightning-protection module
is undamaged and operates well, and the connection is in good condition. If a fault is
located, troubleshoot the fault immediately.
4.5.2 Lightning Arrester for Network Ports
Note:
The lightning arrester for network ports is specially designed for 10/100 M electrical
Ethernet ports (RJ-45 connectors used).
Caution!
The lightning arrester for network ports is not provided with the switch.
If an outdoor network cable is directly led to the switch, serially connect a lightning arrester
before you plug this cable into the switch, to prevent possible damage to the switch due
to lightning strike.
Tools
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Phillips screwdriver or Flat-blade screwdriver
Multimeter
Tilted wire cutter
Installation Procedure
1. Stick the double faced adhesive tape on the arrester surface, and then stick the
arrester onto the switch. The arrester should be attached on the switch as close to
the grounding screw as possible.
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2. In accordance with the distance of the grounding screw to the switch, cut the ground
wire of the arrester short, and securely tighten its ground wire to the grounding screw
of the switch.
3. Use a multimeter to measure whether the ground wire of the arrester contacts well
with the grounding screw of the switch.
4. In accordance with arrester instructions, plug the outdoor network cable into the IN
end of the arrester, and connect the OUT end of the arrester to the switch. Verify that
the link operates well through the indicator.
Note:
The arrester should be installed and debugged in accordance with the arrester
instructions and in compliance with the local engineering technical standards and
specifications, to ensure proper grounding, bonding and isoelectric connection.
5. Use nylon ties to bundle the cables properly.
For the lightning arrester installation diagram, see Figure 4-12.
Figure 4-12 Installation Diagram of the Lightning Arrester For Network Ports
Installation Precautions
Avoid the following cases during installation, which may affect the arrester performance:
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Incorrect cabling for the lightning arrester. The “IN” end should be connected to an
outdoor network cable and the “OUT” end to the switch.
Improper grounding of the lightning arrester. The ground wire for the arrester should
be as short as possible to ensure its good contact with the grounding screw of the
switch.
Insufficient lightning arresters installed. If the switch is connected to multiple outdoor
cables, a lightning arrester should be installed for each outdoor cable.
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Standards & Recommendat
ions
ZXR10 2900Econforms to the following standards and recommendations, as shown
inTable A-1.
Table A-1 ZXR10 2900E Standards & Recommendations List
Recommendation
Description
(Standard)
IETF RFC 1661
The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
IETF RFC 1990
The PPP Multilink Protocol (MP)
IETF RFC 2686
The Multi-Class Extension to Multi-Link PPP
IETF RFC 3809
Generic Requirements for Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Networks
(PPVPN)
IETF RFC 3916
Requirements for Pseudo-Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3)
IETF RFC 3985
Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) Architecture
IETF RFC 4026
Provider Provisioned Virtual Private Network (VPN) Terminology
IETF RFC 4110
A Framework for Layer 3 Provider-Provisioned Virtual Private Networks
(PPVPNs)
IETF RFC 4382
MPLS/BGP Layer 3 Virtual Private Network (VPN) Management
Information Base
IETF RFC 4446
IANA Allocations for Pseudowire Edge to Edge Emulation (PWE3)
IETF RFC 4448
Encapsulation Methods for Transport of Ethernet over MPLS Networks
IETF RFC 4553
Structure-Agnostic Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) over Packet
(SAToP)
IETF RFC 4664
IETF RFC 4665
Framework for Layer 2 Virtual Private Networks (L2 VPNs)
Service Requirements for Layer 2 Provider-Provisioned Virtual Private
Networks
IETF RFC 4717
Encapsulation Methods for Transport of Asynchronous Transfer Mode
(ATM) over MPLS Networks
IETF RFC 4760
Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP-4
IETF RFC 4816
Pseudowire Emulation Edge-to-Edge (PWE3) Asynchronous Transfer
Mode (ATM) Transparent Cell Transport Service
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Description
(Standard)
IETF RFC 5086
Structure-Aware Time Division Multiplexed (TDM) Circuit Emulation
Service over Packet Switched Network (CESoPSN)
IETF RFC 5420
Encoding of Attributes for MPLS LSP Establishment Using Resource
Reservation Protocol Traffic Engineering (ouRSVP-TE)
IETF RFC 5462
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Label Stack Entry: “EXP” Field
Renamed to “Traffic Class” Field
IETF RFC 5586
MPLS Generic Associated Channel
IETF RFC 5654
Requirements of an MPLS Transport Profile
IETF RFC 5718
An In-Band Data Communication Network For the MPLS Transport Profile
IETF RFC 5860
Requirements for Operations,Administration,and Maintenance
(OAM) in MPLS Transport Networks
IETF RFC 5921
A Framework for MPLS in Transport Networks
IETF RFC 5960
MPLS Transport Profile Data Plane Architecture
ITU-T G.703
Physical/electrical characteristics of hierarchical digital interfaces
ITU-T G.704
Synchronous frame structures used at 1544,6312,2048,8448 and 44
736 kbit/s hierarchical levels
ITU-T G.706
Frame alignment and cyclic redundancy check (CRC) procedures
relating to basic frame structures defined in Recommendation G.704
ITU-T G.707
Network node interface for the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH)
ITU-T G.773
Protocol suites for Q-interfaces for management of transmission systems
ITU-T G.774
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) management information model
for the network element view
ITU-T G.774.1
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) bidirectional performance
monitoring for the network element view
ITU-T G.774.2
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) configuration of the payload
structure for the network element view
ITU-T G.774.3
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) management of multiplex-section
protection for the network element view
ITU-T G.774.5
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) management of connection
supervision functionality (HCS/LCS) for the network element view
ITU-T G.774.6
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) unidirectional performance
monitoring for the network element view
ITU-T G.774.7
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) management of lower order path
trace and interface labelling for the network element view
ITU-T G.7041
Generic framing procedure (GFP)
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Description
(Standard)
ITU-T G.7042
Link capacity adjustment scheme (LCAS) for virtual concatenated
signals
ITU-T G.780
Terms and definitions for synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) networks
ITU-T G.783
Characteristics of synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) equipment
functional blocks
ITU-T G.784
Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) management
ITU-T G.803
Architecture of transport networks based on the synchronous digital
hierarchy (SDH)
ITU-T G.805
Generic functional architecture of transport networks
ITU-T G.810
Definitions and terminology for synchronization networks
ITU-T G.811
Timing characteristics of primary reference clocks
ITU-T G.812
Timing requirements of slave clocks suitable for use as node clocks in
synchronization networks
ITU-T G.813
Timing characteristics of SDH equipment slave clocks (sec)
ITU-T G.823
The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based
on the 2048 kbit/s hierarchy
ITU-T G.825
The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based
on the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH)
ITU-T G.826
End-to-end error performance parameters and objectives for
international,constant bit-rate digital paths and connections
ITU-T G.831
Management capabilities of transport networks based on the synchronous
digital hierarchy (SDH)
ITU-T G.832
Transport of SDH elements on PDH networks - Frame and multiplexing
structures
ITU-T G.841
Types and characteristics of SDH network protection architectures
ITU-T G.842
Interworking of SDH network protection architectures
ITU-T G.957
Optical interfaces for equipments and systems relating to the synchronous
digital hierarchy
ITU-T G.958
Digital line systems based on the synchronous digital hierarchy for use
on optical fiber cables
ITU-T G.8132
MPLS-TP shared protection ring
ITU-T G.8261
Timing and synchronization aspects of packet networks
ITU-T G.8262
Timing characteristics of synchronous Ethernet equipment slave clock
(EEC)
ITU-T I.361
B-ISDN ATM layer specification
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Description
(Standard)
ITU-T K.41
Resistibility of internal interfaces of telecommunication centres to surge
overvoltages
ITU-T M.20
Maintenance philosophy for telecommunication networks
ITU-T M.2100
Performance limits for bringing-into-service and maintenance of
international multi-operator PDH paths and connections
ITU-T M.2101
Performance limits for bringing-into-service and maintenance of
international multi-operator SDH paths and multiplex sections
ITU-T M.2120
International multi-operator paths,sections and transmission systems
fault detection and localization procedures
ITU-T M.3010
Principles for a telecommunications management network
ITU-T M.3400
TMN management functions
ITU-T Q.811
Lower layer protocol profiles for the Q and X interfaces
ITU-T Q.812
Upper layer protocol profiles for the Q and X interfaces
ITU-T Y.1413
TDM-MPLS network interworking - User plane interworking
ITU-T Y.1731
OAM functions and mechanisms for Ethernet based networks
ITU-T I.432.2
155520 kbit/s and 622080 kbit/s operation
ITU-T I.432.3
B-ISDN user-network interface - Physical layer specification: 1544 kbit/s
and 2048 kbit/s operation
ITU-T I.761
Inverse multiplexing for ATM (IMA)
IEEE 802.3
Carrier sense multiple access with collision detection (CSMA/CD)
access method and physical layer specifications
IEEE 802.1ad
IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks - Virtual bridged
local area networks - Amendment 4: Provider Bridges
IEEE 802.1ag
IEEE standard for local and metropolitan area networks - Virtual bridged
local area networks - Amendment 5: Connectivity fault management
IEEE 802.3ah
Media access control parameters,physical layers,and management
parameters for subscriber access networks
IEEE 1588v2
IEEE standard for a precision clock synchronization protocol for networked
measurement and control systems,version 2.
MEF 2
Requirements and Framework for Ethernet Service Protection
MEF 4
Metro Ethernet Network Architecture Framework Part 1: Generic
Framework
MEF 6.1
Metro Ethernet Services Definitions Phase 2
MEF 7.1
Phase 2 EMS-NMS Information Model
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Recommendation
Description
(Standard)
MEF 8
Implementation Agreement for the Emulation of PDH Circuits over Metro
Ethernet Networks
MEF 9
Abstract Test Suite for Ethernet Services at the UNI
MEF 10.2
Ethernet Services Attributes Phase 2
MEF 11
User Network Interface (UNI) Requirements and Framework
MEF 13
User Network Interface (UNI) Type 1 Implementation Agreement
MEF 14
Abstract Test Suite for Traffic Management Phase 1
MEF 18
Abstract Test Suite for Circuit Emulation Services
MEF 19
Abstract Test Suite for UNI Type 1
MEF 21
Abstract Test Suite for UNI Type 2 Part 1 Link OAM
ETSI EN 60950
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
ETSI EN 60825
Safety of Laser Products
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Figure 3-1 ZXR10 2918E AC Model (Front Panel) .................................................... 3-4
Figure 3-2 ZXR10 2918E DC Model (Front Panel) .................................................... 3-4
Figure 3-3 ZXR10 2928E AC Model (Front Panel) .................................................... 3-8
Figure 3-4 ZXR10 2928E DC Model (Front Panel) .................................................... 3-8
Figure 3-5 ZXR10 2952E Front Panel ..................................................................... 3-13
Figure 3-6 ZXR10 2952E Rear Panel (AC power) ................................................... 3-13
Figure 3-7 ZXR10 2952E Rear Panel (DC power)................................................... 3-14
Figure 3-8 ZXR10 2910E-PS Front Panel ............................................................... 3-17
Figure 3-9 ZXR10 2910E-PS 45/78 Line Pair for Power Supply .............................. 3-18
Figure 3-10 ZXR10 2918E-PS Front Panel ............................................................. 3-21
Figure 3-11 ZXR10 2918E-RPS Rear Panel............................................................ 3-22
Figure 3-12 RPS550 Front Panel ............................................................................ 3-22
Figure 3-13 RPS1100 Front Panel .......................................................................... 3-23
Figure 3-14 ZXR10 2918E-PS 45/78 line Pair for Power Supply ............................. 3-24
Figure 3-15 ZXR10 2928E-PS Front Panel ............................................................. 3-28
Figure 3-16 Rear Panel of the ZXR10 2928E-PS AC Power Supply Module ........... 3-28
Figure 3-17 ZXR10 2928E-PS 45/78 Line Pair for Power Supply ............................ 3-29
Figure 3-18 RS-29EC-4GE-SFP Front Panel .......................................................... 3-33
Figure 3-19 RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 Front Panel......................................................... 3-33
Figure 3-20 RS-29EC-4FE-SFP Front Panel........................................................... 3-34
Figure 3-21 SFP Optical Module ............................................................................. 3-35
Figure 3-22 AC Power Cable .................................................................................. 3-36
Figure 3-23 DC Power Cable C-PWR-084 .............................................................. 3-36
Figure 3-24 RPS550 Power Supply Cable .............................................................. 3-37
Figure 3-25 ZXR10 2918E-PS and RPS550 Connection Diagram........................... 3-38
Figure 3-26 RPS1100 Power Supply Cable............................................................. 3-38
Figure 3-27 ZXR10 2918E-PS and RPS1100 Connection Diagram ......................... 3-39
Figure 3-28 Protective Grounding Cable ................................................................. 3-39
Figure 3-29 Grounding the Switch Through a Grounding Strip ................................ 3-40
Figure 3-30 Grounding the Switch by Burying the Grounding Body into the
Earth..................................................................................................... 3-41
Figure 3-31 Grounding Through the AC PE Wire .................................................... 3-42
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Figure 3-32 Grounding Through the PGND of a Power Cabinet .............................. 3-42
Figure 3-33 ZXR10 2900E Console Cable .............................................................. 3-43
Figure 3-34 Ethernet cable...................................................................................... 3-45
Figure 3-35 Cross-sectional Area of a Fiber Cable ................................................. 3-47
Figure 4-1 Desktop Installation.................................................................................. 4-1
Figure 4-2 Flange Installation.................................................................................... 4-2
Figure 4-3 Holding Plate Installation.......................................................................... 4-2
Figure 4-4 Switch Installation .................................................................................... 4-3
Figure 4-5 Flange Installation (ZXR10 2910E-PS)..................................................... 4-3
Figure 4-6 Holding Plate Installation (ZXR10 2910E-PS) .......................................... 4-4
Figure 4-7 Switch Installation (ZXR10 2910E-PS) ..................................................... 4-4
Figure 4-8 Flange Installation.................................................................................... 4-5
Figure 4-9 Holding Plate Installation.......................................................................... 4-5
Figure 4-10 Switch Installation .................................................................................. 4-5
Figure 4-11 Connector Bar (Lightning Arrester) ......................................................... 4-8
Figure 4-12 Installation Diagram of the Lightning Arrester For Network Ports ........... 4-10
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Table 2-1 ZXR10 2900E Technical Features and Parameters ................................... 2-3
Table 3-1 Technical Parameters of ZXR10 2910E-PS/2918E-PS Fans...................... 3-2
Table 3-2 Technical Parameters of ZXR10 2928E-PSS Fans .................................... 3-3
Table 3-3 ZXR10 2918E Interface Descriptions......................................................... 3-5
Table 3-4 ZXR10 2918E System Indicator Descriptions ............................................ 3-5
Table 3-5 ZXR10 2918E Port Indicator Descriptions.................................................. 3-6
Table 3-6 ZXR10 2928E Interface Descriptions......................................................... 3-9
Table 3-7 ZXR10 2928E System Indicator Descriptions .......................................... 3-10
Table 3-8 ZXR10 2928E Port Indicator Descriptions................................................ 3-10
Table 3-9 ZXR10 2952E Interface Descriptions....................................................... 3-14
Table 3-10 ZXR10 2952E System Indicator Descriptions ........................................ 3-15
Table 3-11 ZXR10 2952E Port Indicator Descriptions .............................................. 3-15
Table 3-12 ZXR10 2910E-PS Interface Descriptions ............................................... 3-17
Table 3-13 ZXR10 2910E-PS System Indicator Descriptions................................... 3-18
Table 3-14 ZXR10 2910E-PS Port Indicator Descriptions........................................ 3-19
Table 3-15 ZXR10 2910E-PS Power Indicator Descriptions .................................... 3-20
Table 3-16 RPS550 Technical Parameter Descriptions............................................ 3-22
Table 3-17 RPS1100 Technical Parameter Descriptions.......................................... 3-23
Table 3-18 ZXR10 2918E-PS Interface Descriptions ............................................... 3-23
Table 3-19 ZXR10 2918E-PS System Indicator Descriptions................................... 3-24
Table 3-20 2918E-PS Port Indicator Descriptions.................................................... 3-25
Table 3-21 ZXR10 2918E-PS Power Indicator Descriptions .................................... 3-27
Table 3-22 ZXR10 2928E-PS Interface Descriptions ............................................... 3-29
Table 3-23 ZXR10 2928E-PS System Indicator Descriptions................................... 3-30
Table 3-24 2928E-PS Port Indicator Descriptions.................................................... 3-30
Table 3-25 ZXR10 2928E-PS Power Indicator Descriptions .................................... 3-32
Table 3-26 RS-29EC-4FE-SFP Indicator Descriptions............................................. 3-33
Table 3-27 RS-29EC-4GE-RJ45 Indicator Descriptions........................................... 3-34
Table 3-28 RS-29EC-4FE-SFP Indicator Descriptions............................................. 3-34
Table 3-29 SFP Attribute Descriptions..................................................................... 3-35
Table 3-30 Technical Parameters of AC Power Cables............................................ 3-36
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Table 3-31 Correspondence Relationship Between Two Ends of a DC Power
Cable ..................................................................................................... 3-37
Table 3-32 End B1 and B2 Label Descriptions ........................................................ 3-37
Table 3-33 RPS550 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships ............................... 3-37
Table 3-34 RPS1100 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships ............................. 3-38
Table 3-35 Technical Parameters of Protective Grounding Cables .......................... 3-39
Table 3-36 Wire Correspondence Relationships of a Console Cable ....................... 3-44
Table 3-37 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships of Straight-through Ethernet
Cables ................................................................................................... 3-45
Table 3-38 Core Wire Correspondence Relationships of Crossover Ethernet
Cables ................................................................................................... 3-45
Table 3-39 Technical Parameters of Ethernet Cables .............................................. 3-46
Table 3-40 Optical Fiber Connector Types .............................................................. 3-47
Table A-1 ZXR10 2900E Standards & Recommendations List ..................................A-1
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ACL
- Access Control List
- 访问控制列表
AP
- Access Point
- 接入点
ATM
- Asynchronous Transfer Mode
- 异步传输模式
CESoPSN
- Circuit Emulation Services over Packet Switch Network
- 包交换网络上的电路仿真业务
CRC
- Cyclic Redundancy Check
- 循环冗余校验
DHCP
- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
- 动态主机配置协议
EMC
- Electro Magnetic Compatibility
- 电磁兼容能力
GFP
- Generic Framing Procedure
- 通用成帧规程
ICMP
- Internet Control Message Protocol
- Internet控制报文协议
IMA
- Inverse Multiplexing over ATM
- ATM反向复用
IP
- Internet Protocol
- 因特网协议
IPTV
- Internet Protocol Television
- 网际协议电视
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LACP
- Link Aggregation Control Protocol
- 链路聚合控制协议
LCAS
- Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme
- 链接容量调整方案
MAC
- Media Access Control
- 媒介接入控制
MPLS
- Multiprotocol Label Switching
- 多协议标记交换
MSTP
- Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
- 多生成树协议
MTBF
- Mean Time Between Failures
- 平均故障间隔时间
MTTR
- Mean Time To Repair
- 平均故障维修时间
NTP
- Network Time Protocol
- 网络时间协议
OAM
- Operation, Administration and Maintenance
- 操作管理维护
PCB
- Printed Circuit Board
- 印刷电路板
PPP
- Point-to-Point Protocol
- 点对点协议
PPPoE
- Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet
- 基于以太网的点对点协议
PVLAN
- Private Virtual Local Area Network
- 私有虚拟局域网
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PWE3
- Pseudo Wire Emulation Edge-to-Edge
- 端到端伪线仿真
PoE
- Power over Ethernet
- 以太网络供电
QoS
- Quality of Service
- 服务质量
RFID
- Radio Frequency Identification
- 射频识别系统
RSTP
- Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
- 快速生成树协议
RSVP-TE
- Resource Reservation Protocol - Traffic Engineering
- 基于流量工程的资源预留协议
SAToP
- Structure-Agnostic Time division multiplexing over Pack
- 信息包上不可知结构时分多路技术
SFP
- Small Form-factor Pluggable
- 小封装可热插拔
SNMP
- Simple Network Management Protocol
- 简单网络管理协议
SQinQ
- Selective QinQ
- 可选择性QinQ
SSTP
- Single Spanning Tree Protocol
- 单生成树协议
STB
- Set-top Box
- 机顶盒
TDM
- Time Division Multiplexing
- 时分复用
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VBAS
- Virtual Broadband Access Server
- 虚拟宽带接入服务器
VLAN
- Virtual Local Area Network
- 虚拟局域网
VPN
- Virtual Private Network
- 虚拟专用网
ZESR
- ZTE Ethernet Switch Ring
- 中兴以太网交换环
ZESS
- ZTE Ethernet Smart Switch
- 中兴以太网智能切换
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