Ruckus ICX 7150 Switch Hardware Installation Guide

HARDWARE INSTALLATION GUIDE
Ruckus ICX 7150 Switch
Hardware Installation Guide
Part Number: 53-1004928-05
Publication Date: 21 December 2017
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Contents
Preface..........................................................................................................................................................................................................7
Document Conventions..........................................................................................................................................................................7
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings.......................................................................................................................................................7
Command Syntax Conventions.............................................................................................................................................................. 7
Document Feedback..............................................................................................................................................................................8
Ruckus Product Documentation Resources........................................................................................................................................... 8
Online Training Resources...................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Contacting Ruckus Customer Services and Support..............................................................................................................................9
What Support Do I Need?...............................................................................................................................................................9
Open a Case...................................................................................................................................................................................9
Self-Service Resources................................................................................................................................................................... 9
About This Document..................................................................................................................................................................................11
Supported hardware and software....................................................................................................................................................... 11
What's new in this document............................................................................................................................................................... 12
Device Overview..........................................................................................................................................................................................13
Hardware features................................................................................................................................................................................13
License options....................................................................................................................................................................................14
Port-side view...................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Nonport-side view................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
Device management options................................................................................................................................................................ 19
LRM Adapter support.......................................................................................................................................................................... 19
Preparing for the Installation........................................................................................................................................................................ 21
Safety precautions............................................................................................................................................................................... 21
General precautions...................................................................................................................................................................... 21
ESD precautions........................................................................................................................................................................... 21
Power precautions........................................................................................................................................................................ 22
Lifting and weight-related precautions...........................................................................................................................................22
Laser precautions......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
Facility requirements.............................................................................................................................................................................23
Quick installation checklist....................................................................................................................................................................24
Pre-installation tasks..................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Installation and initial configuration................................................................................................................................................ 24
Shipping carton contents..................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Mounting the Device....................................................................................................................................................................................27
Mounting options................................................................................................................................................................................. 27
Precautions specific to mounting..........................................................................................................................................................27
Mounting on a desktop or flat surface.................................................................................................................................................. 28
Mounting the compact device with a magnet....................................................................................................................................... 30
Attaching the magnet sheet to the device..................................................................................................................................... 31
Mounting the device on a metal surface or metal wall....................................................................................................................32
Mounting the device under a metal desk.......................................................................................................................................34
Mounting the compact device under a fixed surface.............................................................................................................................36
Mounting the compact device directly on a wall................................................................................................................................... 39
Mounting on a wall using the wall mount brackets................................................................................................................................43
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Mounting on a two-post rack............................................................................................................................................................... 48
Installing the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for Four Post Racks (XBR-R000295)................................................................................53
Time and items required.......................................................................................................................................................................54
Parts list............................................................................................................................................................................................... 54
Flush-front mounting the device in the rack.......................................................................................................................................... 55
Attaching the front brackets.......................................................................................................................................................... 56
Attaching the bracket extensions to the device............................................................................................................................. 57
Installing the device in the rack......................................................................................................................................................58
Attaching the rear brackets to the extensions................................................................................................................................59
Attaching the rear brackets to the rack posts................................................................................................................................ 61
Flush-rear (recessed) mounting the device in the rack.......................................................................................................................... 62
Attaching the front brackets to the rear of the device.................................................................................................................... 62
Attaching the bracket extensions to the front of the device............................................................................................................63
Installing the device in the rack......................................................................................................................................................64
Attaching the rear brackets to the bracket extensions at the front of the device............................................................................ 65
Attaching the rear brackets to the front rack posts........................................................................................................................ 67
Connecting ICX 7150 Devices in a Stack.....................................................................................................................................................69
Stacking configuration requirements.....................................................................................................................................................69
ICX 7150 stacking ports.......................................................................................................................................................................69
ICX 7150 stacking topologies...............................................................................................................................................................71
Initial Setup and Verification......................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Items required...................................................................................................................................................................................... 75
Providing power to the device.............................................................................................................................................................. 75
Establishing a first-time connection to the console port........................................................................................................................ 76
Recovering from a lost password.................................................................................................................................................. 78
Configuring an IP address for the device.............................................................................................................................................. 79
Customizing the host name and chassis name ....................................................................................................................................79
Setting the date and time..................................................................................................................................................................... 80
Establishing a connection to the out-of-band management port...........................................................................................................80
Getting in-band access........................................................................................................................................................................ 81
Verifying the correct operation.............................................................................................................................................................. 81
Backing up the running configuration................................................................................................................................................... 81
Installing Transceivers and Cables............................................................................................................................................................... 83
Time and items required.......................................................................................................................................................................83
Precautions specific to transceivers and cables....................................................................................................................................83
Managing cables..................................................................................................................................................................................84
Installing the Ethernet RJ-45 cables..................................................................................................................................................... 84
Cleaning the fiber-optic connectors...................................................................................................................................................... 86
Installing a new fiber-optic transceiver.................................................................................................................................................. 86
Cabling a fiber-optic transceiver........................................................................................................................................................... 87
Replacing a fiber-optic transceiver........................................................................................................................................................88
Monitoring the Device..................................................................................................................................................................................91
Interpreting port-side LEDs.................................................................................................................................................................. 91
System LEDs................................................................................................................................................................................ 93
OOB LED......................................................................................................................................................................................97
RJ-45 Ethernet port status LED in default mode........................................................................................................................... 97
Interpreting nonport-side LEDs.............................................................................................................................................................98
Pinging an IP address.......................................................................................................................................................................... 98
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Tracing a route..................................................................................................................................................................................... 98
Digital optical monitoring...................................................................................................................................................................... 99
Monitoring power and cooling.............................................................................................................................................................. 99
Ruckus ICX 7150 Switch Technical Specifications..................................................................................................................................... 101
System specifications.........................................................................................................................................................................101
Ethernet............................................................................................................................................................................................. 102
LEDs.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 102
Other................................................................................................................................................................................................. 103
Weight and physical dimensions.........................................................................................................................................................103
Environmental requirements............................................................................................................................................................... 103
Power supply specifications (per PSU)............................................................................................................................................... 104
Power consumption (idle configuration).............................................................................................................................................. 105
Power consumption (typical configuration)......................................................................................................................................... 106
Power consumption (maximum configuration).................................................................................................................................... 107
Data port specifications (Ethernet)...................................................................................................................................................... 108
Serial port specifications (pinout RJ-45)..............................................................................................................................................109
Serial port specifications (protocol)..................................................................................................................................................... 109
Memory specifications........................................................................................................................................................................109
Regulatory compliance (EMC)............................................................................................................................................................ 110
Regulatory compliance (safety)........................................................................................................................................................... 110
Regulatory compliance (environmental).............................................................................................................................................. 110
Regulatory Statements.............................................................................................................................................................................. 111
CE statement..................................................................................................................................................................................... 111
China ROHS...................................................................................................................................................................................... 111
BSMI statement (Taiwan).................................................................................................................................................................... 111
Canadian requirements...................................................................................................................................................................... 112
China CCC statement........................................................................................................................................................................ 112
Europe and Australia (CISPR 32 Class A Warning)..............................................................................................................................113
FCC warning (US only)....................................................................................................................................................................... 113
Germany statement............................................................................................................................................................................113
KCC statement (Republic of Korea).................................................................................................................................................... 113
VCCI statement..................................................................................................................................................................................113
Cautions and Danger Notices....................................................................................................................................................................115
Cautions............................................................................................................................................................................................ 115
General cautions......................................................................................................................................................................... 115
Electrical cautions....................................................................................................................................................................... 117
Danger Notices.................................................................................................................................................................................. 118
General dangers......................................................................................................................................................................... 119
Electrical dangers........................................................................................................................................................................119
Dangers related to equipment weight..........................................................................................................................................121
Laser dangers.............................................................................................................................................................................122
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Preface
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Document Conventions............................................................................................................................................. 7
Command Syntax Conventions................................................................................................................................. 7
Document Feedback................................................................................................................................................. 8
Ruckus Product Documentation Resources.............................................................................................................. 8
Online Training Resources......................................................................................................................................... 8
Contacting Ruckus Customer Services and Support................................................................................................. 9
Document Conventions
The following tables list the text and notice conventions that are used throughout this guide.
TABLE 1 Text conventions
Convention
Description
monospace
Example
Identifies command syntax
examples.
bold
User interface (UI) components such
as screen or page names, keyboard
keys, software buttons, and field
names
On the Start menu, click All Programs.
italics
Publication titles
Refer to the Ruckus Small Cell Release Notes for more information
device(config)# interface ethernet 1/1/6
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
Notes, cautions, and warning statements may be used in this document. They are listed in the order of increasing severity of potential
hazards.
NOTE
A NOTE provides a tip, guidance, or advice, emphasizes important information, or provides a reference to related information.
CAUTION
A CAUTION statement alerts you to situations that can be potentially hazardous to you or cause damage to hardware, firmware,
software, or data.
DANGER
A DANGER statement indicates conditions or situations that can be potentially lethal or extremely hazardous to you. Safety labels
are also attached directly to products to warn of these conditions or situations.
Command Syntax Conventions
Bold and italic text identify command syntax components. Delimiters and operators define groupings of parameters and their logical
relationships.
Convention
Description
bold text
Identifies command names, keywords, and command options.
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Document Feedback
Convention
Description
italic text
Identifies a variable.
[]
Syntax components displayed within square brackets are optional.
Default responses to system prompts are enclosed in square brackets.
{x|y|z}
A choice of required parameters is enclosed in curly brackets separated by vertical bars. You must select
one of the options.
x|y
A vertical bar separates mutually exclusive elements.
<>
Nonprinting characters, for example, passwords, are enclosed in angle brackets.
...
Repeat the previous element, for example, member[member...].
\
Indicates a “soft” line break in command examples. If a backslash separates two lines of a command input,
enter the entire command at the prompt without the backslash.
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Contacting Ruckus Customer Services and Support
Contacting Ruckus Customer Services and Support
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Ruckus Networks products, and customers and partners with active support contracts.
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Open a Case
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Supported hardware and software.......................................................................................................................... 11
What's new in this document.................................................................................................................................. 12
Supported hardware and software
This document is applicable for the various Ruckus ICX 7150 Ethernet switch models. The following tables list the device models and rack
mount kits supported.
TABLE 2 OS-dependent models
Model number
Short description
Introduced (OS)
Currently supported
(OS)
Notes
ICX 7150-48ZP
Sixteen 2.5G and thirty-two 1G Copper ports with
eight SFP+ 1G/10-GbE ports - four are optical
stacking or uplink ports, and four are uplink ports
only
FastIron 08.0.61
Yes
hot-swap fan tray (up to 2
per switch)
Twelve GbE (124 W) PoE+ ports with two 1-GbE
uplink ports and two SFP+ 10-GbE optical stacking
or uplink ports
FastIron 08.0.60
Twenty-four GbE non-PoE ports with two 1-GbE
uplink ports and four SFP+ 10-GbE optical
stacking or uplink ports
FastIron 08.0.60
Twenty-four GbE (370 W) PoE+ ports with two 1GbE uplink ports and four SFP+ 10-GbE optical
stacking or uplink ports
FastIron 08.0.60
ICX 7150-C12P
ICX 7150-24
ICX 7150-24P
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, or wall
Yes
Fanless
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, wall, under a fixed
surface, under a desk,
under a shelf, or using a
magnet
Yes
Fanless
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, or wall
Yes
Two built-in fans
Support fanless mode
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, or wall
ICX 7150-48
ICX 7150-48P
Forty-eight GbE non-PoE ports with two 1-GbE
uplink ports and four SFP+ 10-GbE optical
stacking or uplink ports
FastIron 08.0.60
Forty-eight GbE (370 W) PoE+ ports with two 1GbE uplink ports and four SFP+ 10-GbE optical
stacking or uplink ports
FastIron 08.0.60
Yes
Fanless
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, or wall
Yes
Two built-in fans
Support fanless mode
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, or wall
ICX 7150-48PF
Forty-eight GbE (740 W) PoE+ ports with two 1GbE uplink ports and four SFP+ 10-GbE optical
stacking or uplink ports
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Yes
Three built-in fans
Mountable on a desktop,
rack, or wall
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NOTE
For ICX 7150-C12P, ICX 7150-24, ICX 7150-24P, ICX 7150-48, ICX 7150-48P, and ICX 7150-48PF, the AC power supply and
fans are integrated with the device. The power supply or the fans are not field replaceable units (FRUs).
TABLE 3 Rack mount kits
Part number
Short description
Notes
ICX6400-C12-MGNT
Magnet mount kit for ICX 7150-C12P. This is not a rack mount kit. It is a
magnet which could be used on a rack or on any surface that is magnetic
such as a metal desk or cabinet
Not included with the device. Optionally
orderable.
ICX7000-C12-RMK
Rack mount kit for ICX 7150-C12P on 2-post racks
Not included with the device. Optionally
orderable.
ICX7000-C12-WMK
Wall / under desk mount kit for ICX 7150-C12P
Not included with the device. Optionally
orderable.
ICX7000-RMK
Rack mount kit for 2-post racks
Included with 24-port and 48-port ICX 7150
models.
XBR-R000295
Universal rack mount kit for 4-post racks
Not included with the device. Optionally
orderable.
RMK-LRM-ADP
Rack mount kit for LRM adapters. 1RU shelf can accommodate up to eight
LRM adapters.
Not included with the device. Optionally
orderable.
TABLE 4 Supported Adapter
Adapter Type
Short description
Notes
10G LRM SFP +
Adapter
10GE SFP+ adapter for LRM optics
Not included with the device. Optionally
orderable.
What's new in this document
The following table includes descriptions of new information added to this guide for the FastIron 08.0.70 release.
TABLE 5 Summary of enhancements in FastIron release 08.0.70
Feature
Description
Described in
Status Button Support
You must press the status mode selection button
to select the status mode to display the
corresponding status on the individual port status
LED.
Status mode LEDs on page 94
Updates to LED
Several updates to the LED status.
Refer to the topics under Interpreting port-side
LEDs on page 91.
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Device Overview
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Hardware features................................................................................................................................................... 13
License options....................................................................................................................................................... 14
Port-side view......................................................................................................................................................... 15
Nonport-side view................................................................................................................................................... 17
Device management options................................................................................................................................... 19
LRM Adapter support..............................................................................................................................................19
Hardware features
The Ruckus ICX 7150 offers the following hardware features and capabilities:
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ICX 7150 Z-series new for this release have the following features:
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16 2.5G+ Copper ports , that support 100M/1G/2.5G operation.
32 1G Copper ports, that support 10M/100M/1G operation.
8 SFP+ Fiber Ports supporting 1G/10G operation , in which the first 4 ports can be configured as stacking ports and the last
4 ports can be used for uplink/user port.
The ports 1/2/1 and 1/2/3 comes up in 10G speed by default.
The other ports comes up in 1G speed default , enabling 10G on these ports requires a software license. The ports 1/2/1
through 1/2/4 can be configured as stacking port or as user/uplink ports, where as 1/2/5 through 1/2/8 can be configured as
user/uplink ports.
The first 16 ports complies with the power-over-HDBase T and each port can provide up to 90W.
The 32 1G Copper ports complies with the IEEE 802.3af/at standard.
The table below lists the ICX 7150 switch models with 12, 24, or 48 auto-negotiating 10/100/1000 Mbps full duplex RJ-45 ports
that can be used for downlink. These ports reside on slot 1 of the switch and can be non-PoE, PoE/POE+, or PoE+ ports.
TABLE 6 Switch model and corresponding IO port configurations
Switch model
Down Link
Ports
PoE
Ports
PoE Power
Up Link / Stacking Ports
Stacking Ports
ICX 7150-48
48x1G Copper
NA
NA
2x1G Copper + 4xSFP +
2xSFP+
ICX 7150-48P
48x1G Copper
48
370W
2x1G Copper + 4xSFP+
2xSFP+
ICX 7150-48PF
48x1G Copper
48
740W
2x1G Copper +4xSFP+
2xSFP+
ICX 7150-24
24x1G Copper
NA
NA
2x1G Copper + 4xSFP+
2xSFP+
ICX 7150-24P
24x1G Copper
24
370W
2x1G Copper + 4xSFP+
2xSFP+
ICX 7150-C12P
12x1G Copper
12
124W
2x1G Copper + 2xSFP
2xSFP+
ICX 7150-48ZP
16x2.5G
Copper 32x
1G Copper
48
1480W
4xSFP + 8xSFP
4xSFP+
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Two 10/100/1000Base-T full duplex RJ-45 ports that can be used as uplink data ports. These ports reside on slot 2 of the switch.
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Two or four SFP+ optical 10-Gbps full duplex ports that can be used as stacking or uplink data ports. These ports reside on slot 3
of the switch.
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10-GbE SFP+ dongle for LRM optic (Now supported in this release and onwards).
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Switch Port Extender (PE) mode (not supported currently).
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Maximum two FRUs power supply units.
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License options
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Maximum two FRU fans for cooling the system with sides-to-back airflow.
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System LEDs
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Status mode LEDs (not enabled currently).
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Power status
DIAG status
Master/Slave status
Cloud management status (not enabled currently).
Software update status (not enabled currently).
Port link status mode
Port speed status mode
PoE status mode
Member ID status mode
USB modes
Management interfaces
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Mode switch button (not enabled currently)
Reset button
Out-of-band (OOB) GbE management port
USB 2.0 general purpose Type-A port for file transfer with removable media (removable media not included with the device)
Type-C USB console port (Type-C USB cable not included with the device)
RS-232 console port with RJ-45 form factor (RJ-45 console cable not included with the device)
License options
The following table displays Ruckus ICX 7150 part number and license information available when upgrading to a licensed feature set. The
licensed feature set includes the Premium Layer 3 license, and the Ports on Demand license. When upgrading to a licensed feature set, a
Certificate of Entitlement (CoE) is shipped to you upon purchase of the license. The CoE is a “proof of purchase” for any features that have
been purchased. The CoE is a .PDF certificate that has a unique serial number. One CoE is issued for each feature license that is
purchased. Refer to the Brocade FastIron Software Licensing Guide for more details.
TABLE 7 Ruckus ICX 7150 SKU and license information
Part Number for Upgrades
License Name
Description
BR-ICX-7150-41U210-P-01
2X10G
CoE license to upgrade any ICX 7150 24-port or 48-port model from 4x1G
SFP to a 2x1G SFP and 2x10G SFP+ uplink or stacking ports.
BR-ICX-7150-210U410R-P-01
4X10GR
CoE license to upgrade any ICX 7150 24-port or 48-port model from 2x1G
SFP and 2x10G SFP+ to a 4x10G SFP+ uplink or stacking ports. Two
default ports are available for stacking. Layer 3 Premium license features
(OSPF, VRRP, PIM, PBR) are also included.
BR-ICX-7150-41U410R-P-01
4X10GR
CoE license to upgrade any ICX 7150 24-port or 48-port model from 4x1G
SFP to a 4x10G SFP+ uplink or stacking ports. Two default ports are
available for stacking. Layer 3 Premium license features (OSPF, VRRP, PIM,
PBR) are also included.
BR-ICX-7150C-21U210R-P-01
2X10GR
CoE license to upgrade the ICX 7150-C12P switch from 2x1G SFP to a
2x10G SFP+ uplink or stacking ports. Layer 3 Premium license features
(OSPF, VRRP, PIM, PBR) are also included.
BR-ICX-7150Z210U810R-P-01
8X10GR
CoE license to upgrade an ICX 7150-48ZP Z-Series switch from 6x1G SFP
& 2x10G SFP+ to 8x10G SFP+ uplink or stacking ports. Layer 3 Premium
license features (OSPF, VRRP, PIM, PBR) are also included.
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Device Overview
Port-side view
Port-side view
FIGURE 1 Port-side view of ICX 7150-C12P
1.
Type-C USB console port
10.
RJ-45 uplink port C2 RX/TX activity LED
2.
Port status mode selection button and LEDs
11.
Reserved for future use
3.
System LEDs
12.
RJ-45 downlink port 8 RX/TX activity LED
4.
Slot 1 (10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 downlink) ports
13.
Out-of-band management port (RJ-45) with 2 LEDs
5.
Slot 2 (10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 uplink) ports (half-duplex is not support
on these ports)
6.
Slot 3 (SFP+ uplink or stacking ports)
7.
SFP+ Port X2 status LED
8.
SFP+ Port X1 status LED
9.
Reserved for future use
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Left LED - Off: Link-down, Steady green: Link-up, and Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
b.
Right LED - Off: when offline or linked at 10/100Mbps, Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
14.
USB port
15.
RJ-45 console port
16.
Reset button
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Port-side view
FIGURE 2 Port-side view of ICX 7150-24 and ICX 7150-24P
1.
Type-C USB console port
2.
Port status mode selection button and LEDs
3.
System LEDs
4.
RJ-45 downlink port 17 status LED
5.
RJ-45 downlink port 17 RX/TX activity LED
6.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 status LED
7.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 RX/TX activity LED
8.
SFP+ port X1 status LED
9.
SFP+ port X2 status LED
10.
Slot 3 (SFP+ uplink or stacking) ports
11.
Slot 2 (10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 uplink) ports (half-duplex is not support
on these ports)
12.
Slot 1 (10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 downlink) ports
13.
USB port
14.
Out-of-band management port (RJ-45) with 2 LEDs
a.
Left LED - Off: Link-down, Steady green: Link-up, and Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
b.
Right LED - Off: when offline or linked at 10/100Mbps, Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
15.
RJ-45 console port
16.
Reset button
11.
Slot 2 (10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 uplink) ports (half-duplex is not support
on these ports)
12.
Slot 1 (10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 downlink) ports 1-48
13.
USB port
14.
Out-of-band management port (RJ-45) with 2 LEDs
FIGURE 3 Port-side view of ICX 7150-48, ICX 7150-48P, and ICX 7150-48PF
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1.
Type-C USB console port
2.
Port status mode selection button and LEDs
3.
System LEDs
4.
RJ-45 downlink port 29 status LED
5.
RJ-45 downlink port 29 RX/TX activity LED
6.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 status LED
7.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 RX/TX activity LED
8.
SFP+ port X1 status LED
9.
SFP+ port X2 status LED
10.
Slot 3 (SFP+ uplink or stacking) ports
15.
a.
Left LED - Off: Link-down, Steady green: Link-up, and Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
b.
Right LED - Off: when offline or linked at 10/100Mbps, Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
Reset button
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Nonport-side view
FIGURE 4 Port-side view of ICX 7150-48ZP
1.
Type-C USB console port
9.
1G PoE-2 pair user Ports 17 - 48
2.
Pushbutton to cycle through Mode LEDs
10.
2.5G PoE-2 pair user Ports 1-16
3.
Mode LEDs
11.
Type-A USB port
4.
System LEDs
12.
Out-of-band management port (RJ-45) with 2 LEDs
5.
Reset Button
6.
Venting holes
7.
Logo and Model name
8.
SFP+ Fiber Stacking/Uplink ports
a.
Left LED - Off: Link-down, Steady green: Link-up, and Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
b.
Right LED - Off: when offline or linked at 10/100Mbps, Blinking green:
when there is RX/TX activity
Nonport-side view
FIGURE 5 Nonport-side view of ICX 7150-C12P
1.
Kensington security slot
2.
AC power supply socket
FIGURE 6 Nonport-side view of ICX 7150-24
1.
AC power supply socket
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Nonport-side view
FIGURE 7 Nonport-side view of ICX 7150-48
1.
Management console port - RJ-45
2.
AC power supply socket
3.
Management console port - RJ-45 (available in the front panel for ICX
7150-24P)
4.
AC power supply socket
FIGURE 8 Nonport-side view of ICX 7150-24P and ICX 7150-48P
1.
Fan 1
2.
Fan 2
FIGURE 9 Nonport-side view of ICX 7150-48PF
1.
Fan 1
4.
Management console port - RJ-45
2.
Fan 2
5.
AC power supply socket
3.
Fan 3
FIGURE 10 Nonport-side view of ICX 7150-48ZP
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1.
Fan 1
4.
920W PSU with 740W of PoE budget
2.
Fan 2
5.
920W PSU with 740W of PoE budget
3.
Management console port - RJ-45
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LRM Adapter support
Device management options
You can use the management functions built into the device to monitor the topology, port status, physical status, and other information to
help you analyze switch performance and to accelerate system debugging. The device automatically performs power-on self-test (POST)
each time it is turned on. Any errors are recorded in the syslog messages.
You can manage the device using any of the management options listed in the following table.
TABLE 8 Management options for the device
Management tool
Out-of-band support
Reference documents
Command line interface (CLI)
Ethernet, serial connection, or USB console
Brocade FastIron Command Reference Guide
Standard SNMP applications
Ethernet or serial connection
Unified IP MIB Reference Guide
Brocade FastIron Web Management Interface
Ethernet or connection via IP address
Brocade FastIron Web Management Interface
User Guide
Feature-based Configuration Guides
NOTE
Not all FastIron features are
supported via the web management
interface.
Brocade Network Advisor (BNA)
Ethernet or serial connection
Brocade Network Advisor documentation set
NOTE
BNA must be purchased separately.
LRM Adapter support
Some ICX switches do not support Long Reach Module (LRM) optics on 10G fiber ports. LRM adapter can connect to any 10G fiber ports
of the ICX switch. It has two 10G fiber ports and both ports can be used at the same time.
The LRM Adapter is supported on all 10G fiber ports for all models of the ICX7150 Family of switches. Below is the front view of the LRM
adapter and the SPF+ Optic module with copper pigtail.
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LRM Adapter support
FIGURE 11 LRM Adapter front view
1.
Port Status LEDs (see per Port LED status definition below)
c.
Amber off, Green on : Link Up
a.
Amber off, Green off : No Power
d.
Amber off, Green Blinking : Link activity
b.
Amber on, Green off : Link down
2.
Panel Label
FIGURE 12 SPF+ Optic module with copper pigtail
NOTE
The LRM adapter is used to support LRM optics on the ICX7750, ICX7250 and ICX7150 switches. The ICX7450 support LRM
optics natively.
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Safety precautions...................................................................................................................................................21
Facility requirements................................................................................................................................................23
Quick installation checklist.......................................................................................................................................24
Shipping carton contents........................................................................................................................................ 26
Safety precautions
When using this product, observe all danger, caution, and attention notices in this manual. The safety notices are accompanied by symbols
that represent the severity of the safety condition
Refer to Cautions and Danger Notices at the end of this guide for translations of safety notices for this product.
General precautions
DANGER
The procedures in this manual are for qualified service personnel.
DANGER
Before beginning the installation, see the precautions in “Power precautions.”
DANGER
The equipment ports are intra-building type and must not be directly connected to metallic outside plant (OSP) cable conductors.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
CAUTION
Make sure the airflow around the front, and back of the device is not restricted.
CAUTION
Never leave tools inside the chassis.
CAUTION
To protect the serial port from damage, keep the cover on the port when not in use.
CAUTION
Do not install the device in an environment where the operating ambient temperature might exceed 45°C (113°F).
ESD precautions
DANGER
For safety reasons, the ESD wrist strap should contain a series 1 megaohm resistor.
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Safety precautions
CAUTION
Before plugging a cable into any port, be sure to discharge the voltage stored on the cable by touching the electrical contacts to
ground surface.
CAUTION
Static electricity can damage the chassis and other electronic devices. To avoid damage, keep static-sensitive devices in their
static-protective packages until you are ready to install them.
NOTE
Wear a wrist grounding strap connected to the chassis ground (if the device is plugged in) or to a bench ground.
Power precautions
DANGER
Make sure that the power source circuits are properly grounded.
DANGER
Make sure you use a power cord displaying the mark of the safety agency that defines the regulations for power cords in your
country. The mark is your assurance that the power cord can be used safely with the device.
DANGER
To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect all power cords before servicing.
DANGER
Disconnect the power cord from all power sources to completely remove power from the device.
DANGER
To avoid high voltage shock, do not open the device while the power is on.
DANGER
Batteries used for RTC/NVRAM backup are not located in operator-access areas. There is a risk of explosion if a battery is replace
by an incorrect type. Dispose of used components with batteries according to local ordinance and regulations.
CAUTION
Ensure that the device does not overload the power circuits, wiring, and over-current protection. To determine the possibility of
overloading the supply circuits, add the ampere (amp) ratings of all devices installed on the same circuit as the device. Compare
this total with the rating limit for the circuit. The maximum ampere ratings are usually printed on the devices near the input power
connectors.
Lifting and weight-related precautions
DANGER
Use safe lifting practices when moving the product.
DANGER
Mount the devices you install in a rack as low as possible. Place the heaviest device at the bottom and progressively place lighter
devices above.
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DANGER
Make sure the rack housing the device is adequately secured to prevent it from becoming unstable or falling over.
CAUTION
Do not use the port cover tabs to lift the module. They are not designed to support the weight of the module, which can fall and
be damaged.
Laser precautions
DANGER
All fiber-optic interfaces use Class 1 lasers.
DANGER
Use only optical transceivers that are qualified by Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. and comply with the FDA Class 1
radiation performance requirements defined in 21 CFR Subchapter I, and with IEC 60825 and EN60825. Optical products that do
not comply with these standards might emit light that is hazardous to the eyes.
Facility requirements
Before installing the device, be sure the following facilities requirements are met.
TABLE 9 Facility requirements
Type
General
Electrical
Requirements
•
The site should be accessible for installing, cabling, and maintaining the devices.
•
Maintain the operating environment as specified in the Technical Specifications.
•
Allow at least 7.62 cm (3 in.) of space between the front and the back of the device and walls or other obstructions
for proper airflow.
•
Allow at least 7.62 cm (3 in.) of space at the front and back of the device for the twisted-pair, fiber-optic, and power
cabling.
•
Allow the status LEDs to be clearly visible.
•
Allow for the unit to be connected to a separate grounded power outlet that provides 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz,
within 2 m (6.6 ft) of each device, and is powered from an independent circuit breaker. As with any equipment, a filter
or surge suppressor is recommended.
•
Allow for twisted-pair cables to be routed away from power lines, fluorescent lighting fixtures, and other sources of
electrical interference, such as radios and transmitters.
•
Adequate supply circuit, line fusing, and wire size, as specified by the electrical rating on the switch nameplate
•
Circuit protected by a circuit breaker and grounded in accordance with local electrical codes
Refer to the Technical Specifications at the end of this guide for complete power supply specifications.
Thermal
•
A minimum airflow of 39.1 cubic meters/hour (23 cubic ft/min.) available in the immediate vicinity of the switch
NOTE
Although this airflow may exceed the airflow maximum listed in the device Technical Specifications, the
additional airflow is recommended to pressurize the inlet (cool isle) side of rack installations relative to the
exhaust side to minimize recirculation of hot air back to the inlet side.
Rack (when rackmounted)
•
Ambient air temperature not exceeding 45°C (113°F) while the switch is operating
•
One rack unit (1U) in a 48.3 cm (19-inch) rack
•
All equipment in the rack grounded through a reliable branch circuit connection
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TABLE 9 Facility requirements (continued)
Type
Requirements
•
Additional weight of switch not to exceed the rack’s weight limits
•
Temperature: Because the temperature within a rack assembly may be higher than the ambient room temperature,
check that the rack-environment temperature is within the specified operating temperature range.
•
Airflow: Be sure that the airflow direction for all equipment in a rack is the same or consistent.
•
Mechanical loading: Do not place any equipment on top of a rack-mounted unit.
•
Rack secured to ensure stability in case of unexpected movement
•
Circuit overloading: Be sure that the supply circuit to the rack assembly is not overloaded.
Quick installation checklist
The following checklist provides a high-level overview of the basic installation process from the planning stage to the point where the device
comes online and is ready to be deployed. Completing all the tasks in the suggested order ensures successful installation. Brocade
recommends that you print this checklist and take it to the installation site.
Pre-installation tasks
Review all installation requirements ahead of time as part of your site preparation. Careful planning and site preparation ensures seamless
installation, especially when installing multiple devices.
TABLE 10 Installation prerequisites
Task
Task details or additional information
Unpack the device.
Take an inventory of the hardware components included in your shipment. Refer to
Shipping carton contents on page 26.
Gather necessary components and required
tools.
Review the time and items required information at the beginning of each chapter to ensure
you have gathered all necessary components required for the following installation tasks:
•
Mounting the Device on page 27.
•
Installing Transceivers and Cables on page 83.
Completed
Review the safety precautions.
Refer to Safety precautions on page 21. For translation of these messages, refer to
Cautions and Danger Notices on page 115.
Plan the installation.
Decide whether you want to install the unit on a flat surface or in a rack. For rack
installation, obtain the appropriate rack mount kit. Refer to Mounting options on page 27.
Review and verify installation requirements.
Verify that the following requirements are met. Refer to Facility requirements on page 23.
Gather network configuration parameters.
•
General requirements
•
Power requirements
•
Environmental requirements
•
Clearance for standalone or rack installation
•
IP address:
•
Subnet mask:
•
Default gateway:
•
Time zone:
Installation and initial configuration
The initial setup includes mounting the device on a flat surface or in a rack and completing the configuration tasks necessary to bring the
device online and verify the operation.
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TABLE 11 Installation and basic system configuration
Task
Task details or additional information
Mount the device.
Choose one of the following mounting options:
•
Mount the device on a desktop or flat surface. Refer to Mounting on a desktop or
flat surface on page 28.
•
Mount the compact device with a magnet. Refer to Mounting the compact
device with a magnet on page 30.
•
Mount the compact device under a fixed surface or desk. Refer to Mounting the
compact device under a fixed surface on page 36.
•
Mount the compact device directly on a wall. Refer to Mounting the compact
device directly on a wall on page 39
•
Mount the device on a wall using the wall mount brackets. Refer to Mounting on
a wall using the wall mount brackets on page 43.
•
Mount the device on a two-post rack. Refer to Mounting on a two-post rack on
page 48.
•
Mount the device on a universal four-post rack. Refer to Installing the 1U, 1.5U,
and 2U Universal Kit for Four Post Racks (XBR-R000295) on page 53.
Gather all components required for the initial
setup.
Refer to Items required on page 75.
Provide power to the device.
Refer to Providing power to the device on page 75.
Attach a management station, establish a
console connection, and configure the
various levels of passwords.
Refer to Establishing a first-time connection to the console port on page 76. After
completing this task, log in to the console port to configure the device.
Set the IP address, subnet mask, and the
default gateway IP address.
Use the ip address command to configure a static device IP address, subnet mask, and
gateway IP address, or you can use a DHCP server to obtain the information dynamically.
Refer to Configuring an IP address for the device on page 79.
Set the date and time
•
Use the clock set command to set the current date and time for the device.
Refer to Setting the date and time on page 80 for more information.
Customize the host name and chassis
name.
Establish a connection to the out-of-band
management port.
Verify that the device operates correctly.
•
Use the hostname command to change the default host name and CLI prompt.
•
Use the chassisname command to change the default chassis name or ID.
Refer to Customizing the host name and chassis name on page 79 for more information.
By establishing a connection to the out-of-band management port, you can complete the
device configuration using an SSH session, Telnet, or management application, such as
Brocade Network Advisor. Refer to Establishing a connection to the out-of-band
management port on page 80.
•
Check the LEDs to verify operation of functional parts. Refer to Verifying the
correct operation on page 81.
•
The following commands can be useful to establish an operational baseline for
the device. Refer to the Ruckus FastIron Command Reference guide for more
information on these commands:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Back up the configuration.
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show chassis
show version
show cpu
show flash
show files
show run
show boot-preference
show configuration
show running-config
show logging
Use the write memory command to replace the startup configuration with the running
configuration. Refer to Backing up the running configuration on page 81 for more
information.
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Shipping carton contents
Shipping carton contents
When unpacking the device, verify that the contents of the shipping carton is complete. Save the shipping carton and packaging in the
event you need to return the shipment.
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The Ruckus ICX 7150 device
•
An accessory kit containing the following items:
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–
–
–
–
–
–
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Rack mounting kit containing two L-shaped mounting brackets and two sets of eight sink-head screws (included only with
24-port and 48-port models)
Wall mounting kit containing two wall-mount screws and two plastic anchors (included only with ICX 7150-C12P)
Two-post rack kit containing four rack-mounting screws and four cage nuts (included only with 24-port and 48-port models)
Four rubber feet
One AC power cord, shielded (US only)
One power cord retainer clip
China-RoHS Hazardous/Toxic Substance statement
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•
•
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•
•
•
•
•
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Mounting options.................................................................................................................................................... 27
Precautions specific to mounting.............................................................................................................................27
Mounting on a desktop or flat surface..................................................................................................................... 28
Mounting the compact device with a magnet.......................................................................................................... 30
Mounting the compact device under a fixed surface................................................................................................ 36
Mounting the compact device directly on a wall.......................................................................................................39
Mounting on a wall using the wall mount brackets................................................................................................... 43
Mounting on a two-post rack.................................................................................................................................. 48
Installing the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for Four Post Racks (XBR-R000295)...................................................53
Time and items required.......................................................................................................................................... 54
Parts list.................................................................................................................................................................. 54
Flush-front mounting the device in the rack............................................................................................................. 55
Flush-rear (recessed) mounting the device in the rack..............................................................................................62
Mounting options
You can install the device in several ways:
•
As a standalone unit on a flat surface, for example, a table top. Use the rubber feet included with the shipment to secure the
device on the surface. No other equipment is required for desktop installation.
•
Only ICX 7150-C12P compact device:
–
–
–
As a standalone unit using a magnet (ICX6400-C12-MGNT) on a rack or on any surface that is magnetic such as a metal
desk or cabinet.
As a standalone unit under a fixed surface, under a desk, or under a shelf using the wall / under desk mount kit (ICX7000C12-WMK) or two-post rack mount kit (ICX7000-C12-RMK ) .
As a standalone unit directly on a wall using two screws.
•
As a standalone unit on a wall using the wall mounting brackets included with the shipment to secure the device on the wall. No
other equipment is required for wall mount installation.
•
In a two-post Telco rack: You will need a Universal Two-Post Rack Kit (ICX7000-RMK or ICX7000-C12-RMK ) to install in a twopost telecommunications (Telco) rack.
•
In a four-post EIA rack: You will need a Universal Four-Post Rack Kit (XBR-R000295) to install devices in EIA racks that are
between L-13.7 to 81.28 cm deep (L-5.0 to 32.0 in.), where L is the chassis depth.
Precautions specific to mounting
The following precautions specifically apply to mounting the device.
DANGER
Use safe lifting practices when moving the product.
DANGER
Make sure the rack housing the device is adequately secured to prevent it from becoming unstable or falling over.
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Mounting on a desktop or flat surface
DANGER
Mount the devices you install in a rack as low as possible. Place the heaviest device at the bottom and progressively place lighter
devices above.
DANGER
This equipment is suitable for mounting on concrete or other noncombustible surfaces only.
CAUTION
Make sure the airflow around the front, and back of the device is not restricted.
CAUTION
Never leave tools inside the chassis.
CAUTION
Use the screws specified in the procedure. Using longer screws can damage the device.
CAUTION
The device must be turned off and disconnected from the fabric during this procedure.
Mounting on a desktop or flat surface
Complete the following steps to install the device on a desktop or other flat surface. The device you are installing might look different than
the one in the following illustration.
NOTE
The hardware device illustrated in this procedure is only for reference and may not depict the actual device that you are installing.
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FIGURE 13 Attaching the adhesive feet on a compact device
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FIGURE 14 Attaching the adhesive feet on a 24-port or 48-port device
1.
Attach the four adhesive feet to the bottom of the device. If installing multiple devices, attach the adhesive feet to each device.
2.
Set the device on a flat desktop, table, or shelf near an AC power source. Make sure that adequate ventilation is provided for the
system. A 7.62 cm (3 in.) clearance is recommended on each side.
3.
If installing multiple devices, place each device squarely on top of the one below. If you have both compact devices and regular
devices, place the regular devices at the bottom.
4.
Power on the system.
Mounting the compact device with a magnet
CAUTION
Ensure that adequate ventilation is provided for the system. A 3 cm clearance is recommended above the device and 8 cm
clearance is recommended on each side.
CAUTION
When magnet mounting a switch, do not install it in a position where it can easily become unstable and fall, causing injury or
damage to the switch.
Use the magnet-mount kit to mount the device on a metal wall or a metal surface, including underneath a metal desk. The magnet-mount
kit is available for order separately from the device and consists of a single magnet sheet.
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Mounting the compact device with a magnet
Before mounting the device to a metal surface using the magnet sheet, ensure that the following requirements are met:
•
The magnet sheet is attached to the bottom panel of the device. Refer to Attaching the magnet sheet to the device on page 31.
•
Ensure that the device is not installed more than 110 mm. above the floor.
Note the following important installation considerations before installing the device on a metal surface using the magnet mount:
•
The strength of the magnet will vary depending on the surface it is used on.
•
The magnet’s force might weaken over time. Check the strength of the magnet regularly for about one year. Move the device up
and down and confirm the magnet strength.
When adequate ventilation is provided and the magnet is attached to the device, you can securely mount the device in the following
locations:
•
A metal wall or metal surface. Refer to Mounting the device on a metal surface or metal wall on page 32.
•
Underneath a metal desktop. Refer to Mounting the device under a metal desk on page 34.
Attaching the magnet sheet to the device
Before mounting the device to a metal surface, place the logo side of the magnet sheet (displaying the Brocade logo) squarely against the
bottom panel of the device to attach the device to the magnet sheet.
CAUTION
The magnet sheet can only be placed against the bottom panel of the device. Do not attempt to attach the magnet sheet to any
other panels on the device.
CAUTION
Before mounting the device using the magnet sheet, make sure the rubber feet are not installed on the device to ensure that the
magnet sheet holds on to the device strongly and does not detach. If the rubber feet are already installed, remove them first
before attaching the magnet sheet.
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FIGURE 15 Attaching the logo side of the magnet sheet to the bottom panel of the compact device
Mounting the device on a metal surface or metal wall
CAUTION
Do not mount the device on a surface with the top panel facing downward. Mount the device only on a vertical metal surface with
the front panel port-side facing downward.
CAUTION
Ensure that the metal surface is flat and the texture is smooth to hold the device strongly. Check for other conditions that might
impede secure magnetic mount.
Complete the following steps to securely mount a compact device on a metal surface or metal wall:
1.
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Ensure that the magnet sheet is attached to the bottom panel of the device. Refer to Attaching the magnet sheet to the device on
page 31.
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2.
Place the magnet sheet (with the logo side now attached to the bottom panel of the device) against the metal surface or metal
wall.
FIGURE 16 Mounting a compact device to a metal surface using the magnet mount
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FIGURE 17 A compact device mounted on a metal surface with ports down
Mounting the device under a metal desk
NOTE
Do not mount the device directly underneath a desktop surface with the top panel facing downward. Mount the device only on
the vertical metal surface of the desk with the front panel ports side facing downward.
Complete the following steps to securely mount a compact device under a metal desktop:
1.
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Ensure that the magnet sheet is attached to the bottom panel of the device. Refer to Attaching the magnet sheet to the device on
page 31.
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2.
Place the bottom panel of the device with the magnet sheet attached under the metal desk, against the side of the device. Ensure
that the front panel (port side) of the device is facing downward.
FIGURE 18 Mounting a compact device underneath a metal desktop using the magnet mount
1.
Magnet
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Mounting the compact device under a fixed surface
FIGURE 19 A compact device securely mounted underneath a metal desk with the port side facing down
Mounting the compact device under a fixed surface
Use the following items to mount the device under a fixed surface such as under a desk, or under a shelf.
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#2 Phillips screwdriver
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Hammer
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Drill
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Mounting anchors
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Wall / under desk mount kit (ICX7000-C12-WMK - short brackets) or two-post rack mount kit (ICX7000-C12-RMK - long brackets)
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Mounting screws
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DANGER
When mounting the device under a fixed surface, under a desk, or under a shelf, mount the device with the bottom panel down
and in a place where there is not much foot traffic. The fixed surface must be strong enough to withstand the weight of the device
such that the device or the surface does not fall down.
CAUTION
When mounting the device under a fixed surface, under a desk, or under a shelf, use the long brackets to provide adequate
ventilation and not exceed the operating temperature.
CAUTION
Do not install the device in an environment where the operating ambient temperature might exceed 35°C (95°F).
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Mounting the compact device under a fixed surface
Complete the following steps to mount the device under a fixed surface.
1.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the mounting brackets to the diagonally opposite sides of the device using two #6-32 sinkhead screws on each side.
FIGURE 20 Mounting a compact device under a fixed surface with short brackets (ICX7000-C12-WMK)
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FIGURE 21 Mounting a compact device under a fixed surface with long brackets (ICX7000-C12-RMK)
2.
Drill two holes under the fixed surface or desk where you want to mount the device.
3.
Hammer the mounting anchors into the two holes.
4.
With the bottom panel of the device facing down, use the #2 Phillips screwdriver to secure the two mounting screws into the
mounting anchors.
Mounting the compact device directly on a wall
Use the following items to wall mount the device directly to a wall:
•
#2 Phillips screwdriver
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Hammer
•
Drill
•
Wall mount anchors
•
Wall mount screws
•
Wall Mount Holes Location template
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Tape
NOTE
When mounting the device on a wall, mount the device with the port side down.
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Complete the following steps to mount the device directly to a wall.
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1.
Use tape to place the Wall Mount Holes Location template against the wall, in the same position that you plan to place the device
against the wall. The Wall Mount Holes Location template serves as a guide to drilling the screws and wall-mount anchors into the
correct location on the wall in order to place the device in the desired location.
2.
Using the Wall Mount Holes Location template as a guide, drill two holes in the wall where you want to mount the device.
3.
Hammer the wall-mount anchors into the two holes.
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4.
Use the #2 Phillips screwdriver to secure the two wall-mount screws into the wall-mount anchors. Leave a gap of 4.0 to 4.5 mm
between the screw head and the wall.
FIGURE 22 Preparing to wall mount the device
1.
Drilled holes in wall
2.
Wall-mount anchors
3.
Wall-mount screws
4.
4.0-4.5 mm space between screw head and wall
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5.
With the port side of the device facing down, aim the mounting holes on the bottom panel of the device towards the wallmounting screws on the wall and hang the device securely against the wall, so that the wall-mount screws are inserted into the
mounting holes.
FIGURE 23 Wall mounting a compact device - View of rear panel
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Mounting on a wall using the wall mount brackets
FIGURE 24 Wall mounting a compact device - View of the top panel
Mounting on a wall using the wall mount brackets
NOTE
You need a #2 Phillips screwdriver, a hammer, and a drill for wall mount installation.
NOTE
Mount the devices that have fans such that there is enough space for ventilation on the air-intake and air-exhaust sides to
maintain the ambient operating temperature.
DANGER
This equipment is suitable for mounting on concrete or other noncombustible surfaces only.
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NOTE
The hardware device illustrated in this procedure is only for reference and may not depict the actual device that you are installing.
Complete the following steps to mount the device to a wall.
1.
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Attach the four adhesive feet to the bottom of the device.
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2.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the wall mount brackets to the sides of the device using four #6-32 sink-head screws on each
side.
FIGURE 25 Attaching the wall mount brackets to a 24-port device
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FIGURE 26 Attaching the wall mount brackets to a 48-port device
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3.
Drill two holes on the wall where you want to mount the device.
4.
Hammer two wall mount anchors into the holes on the wall.
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5.
Use the two wall mount screws to fasten the device to the wall mount anchors.
FIGURE 27 Wall mounting a 24-port device with port-side up
1.
Drilled holes
2.
Wall mount anchors
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Wall mount screws
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Mounting on a two-post rack
FIGURE 28 Wall mounting a 48-port device with port-side down
NOTE
Brocade recommends that you install the 24P, 48P, and 48PF models with the port-side down to maintain the ambient
temperature.
Mounting on a two-post rack
The devices use stationary mounting when mounted in a rack.
DANGER
Make sure the rack housing the device is adequately secured to prevent it from becoming unstable or falling over.
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CAUTION
Ensure that adequate ventilation and airflow is provided for the system. A 4.5 cm (1.77 in) clearance is recommended above and
below the device and 8 cm (3.15 in) clearance is recommended on each side.
NOTE
You need a #2 Phillips screwdriver for rack mount installation.
NOTE
The ICX 7150-C12P compact device requires the ICX7000-C12-RMK rack mount kit which is optionally orderable.
Complete the following steps to mount devices in a rack.
1.
Remove the rack mounting kit from the shipping carton. The kit contains two L-shaped mounting brackets and six sink-head
screws.
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2.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the mounting brackets to the sides of the device using six sink-head screws.
FIGURE 29 Attaching the mounting brackets for a compact device
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FIGURE 30 Attaching the rack mounting brackets for 24-port and 48-port devices
3.
Remove the two-post rack kit from the shipping carton. The kit contains four rack-mounting screws and four cage nuts.
4.
Insert the cage nuts in the two-post rack where you want to mount the device.
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5.
Using a Phillips screwdriver, mount the device in a two-post rack using four rack-mounting screws.
FIGURE 31 Installing a compact device in a two-post rack
1.
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Rack-mounting screws
2.
Cage nuts
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Installing the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for Four Post Racks (XBR-R000295)
FIGURE 32 Installing a 24-port or 48-port device in a two-post rack
6.
1.
Rack-mounting screws
2.
Cage nuts
If installing multiple devices, mount them in the rack, one below the other with the heaviest device at the bottom and lightest
device on the top.
Installing the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for Four
Post Racks (XBR-R000295)
Use the following instructions to install a 1U, 1.5U, or 2U device in a 19-in. (48.3 cm) EIA rack using the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for
Four Post Racks (XBR-R000295). Any updates to these instructions will be added to the hardware installation guide for your product.
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Time and items required
The device can be installed so that the port side is either flush with the front posts or recessed with the non-port side flush with the rear
posts. A recessed position allows a more gradual bend in the fiber-optic cables connected to the device and less interference in the aisle at
the front of the rack.
NOTE
Hardware devices illustrated in these procedures are only for reference and may not depict the device you are installing into the
rack.
Time and items required
Allow 15 to 30 minutes to complete this procedure. Note the following requirements to ensure correct installation and operation.
The following items are required to install the device using the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for Four-Post Racks:
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#2 Phillips torque screwdriver
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1/4-inch slotted-blade torque screwdriver
Parts list
The following parts are provided with the 1U, 1.5U, and 2U Universal Kit for Four Post Racks Installation (XBR-R000295).
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FIGURE 33 Rack kit parts
1.
Front brackets (2)
6.
Screw, 8-32 x 5/16-in., panhead Phillips (8)
2.
Bracket extensions (2)
7.
Screw, 8-32 x 5/16-in., flathead Phillips (16)
3.
Rear brackets, short (2)
8.
Screw, 6-32 x 1/4-in., panhead Phillips (8)
4.
Rear brackets, medium (2)
9.
Screw, 10-32 x 5/8-in., panhead Phillips (8)
5.
Rear brackets, long (2)
10.
Retainer nut, 10-32 (8)
Ensure that the items listed and illustrated are included in the kit. Note that not all parts may be used with certain installations depending on
the device type.
CAUTION
Use the screws specified in the procedure. Using longer screws can damage the device.
Flush-front mounting the device in the rack
CAUTION
The device must be turned off and disconnected from the fabric during this procedure.
NOTE
Illustrations in these rack installation procedures are for reference only and may not show the actual device that you are installing.
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Complete the following tasks to install the device in a four-post rack:
1.
Attaching the front brackets on page 56
2.
Attaching the bracket extensions to the device on page 57
3.
Installing the device in the rack on page 58
4.
Attaching the rear brackets to the extensions on page 59
5.
Attaching the rear brackets to the rack posts on page 61
Attaching the front brackets
Complete the following steps to attach the front brackets to the device.
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1.
Position the right front bracket with the flat side against the right side of the device at the front of the device, as shown in Figure
34.
2.
Insert four 8-32 x 5/16-in. flathead screws through the vertically aligned holes in the bracket and then into the holes on the side of
the device. Use the upper and lower screw holes, leaving the center holes empty.
3.
Repeat Step 1 and Step 2 to attach the left front bracket to the left side of the device.
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4.
Tighten all the 8-32 x 5/16-in. screws to a torque of 15 in-lb (17 cm-kg).
FIGURE 34 Attaching the front brackets
1.
Brocade device
2.
Front brackets
3.
Screws, 8-32 x 5/16-in., flathead Phillips
Attaching the bracket extensions to the device
Complete the following steps to attach the extension brackets to the device.
1.
Position the right bracket extension along the side of the device as shown in Figure 35.
2.
Insert four 8-32 x 5/16-in. flathead screws through the vertically aligned holes in the bracket extension and then into the holes on
the side of the device. Use the upper and lower screw holes, leaving the center holes empty.
3.
Repeat step 1 and step 2 to attach the left bracket extension to the left side of the device.
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4.
Tighten all the 8-32 x 5/16-in. screws to a torque of 15 in-lb (17 cm-kg).
FIGURE 35 Attaching the bracket extensions to the device
1.
Bracket extensions
2.
Screws, 8-32 x 5/16-in., flathead Phillips
Installing the device in the rack
Complete the following steps to install the device in the rack.
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1.
Position the device in the rack, as shown in Figure 36, providing temporary support under the device until the rail kit is secured to
the rack.
2.
Attach the right front bracket to the right front rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. panhead screws and two retainer nuts. Use the
upper and lower holes in the bracket.
3.
Attach the left front bracket to the left front rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. panhead screws and two retainer nuts. Use the
upper and lower holes in the bracket.
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4.
Tighten all the 10-32 x 5/8-in. screws to a torque of 25 in-lb (29 cm-kg).
FIGURE 36 Positioning the device in the rack
1.
Screws, 10-32 x 5/8-in., panhead Phillips
2.
Retainer nuts, 10-32
Attaching the rear brackets to the extensions
Complete the following steps to attach the rear brackets to the extensions. There are short, medium, and long rear brackets that you can
use for this step. Choose the correct bracket for the depth of your rack.
1.
Select the proper length rear bracket for your rack depth.
2.
Slide the right rear bracket onto the right extension, as shown in Figure 37.
The short rear brackets are shown. Use the first and third vertical pairs of holes for the screws.
Refer to Figure 38 for the positioning of the medium or long brackets and screws.
3.
Attach the brackets using four 6-32 x 1/4-in. panhead screws.
4.
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 to attach the left rear bracket to the left extension.
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5.
Adjust the brackets to the rack depth and tighten all the 6-32 x 1/4-in. screws to a torque of 9 in-lb (10 cm-kg).
FIGURE 37 Attaching the short rear brackets to the extensions
1.
Rear brackets
2.
Screws, 6-32 x 1/4-in., panhead Phillips
FIGURE 38 Attaching the medium or long rear brackets to the extensions
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1.
Rear bracket, medium or long
2.
Screws, 6-32 x 1/4-in., panhead Phillips
Attaching the rear brackets to the rack posts
Complete the following steps to attach the rear brackets to the rack posts.
1.
Attach the right rear bracket to the right rear rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. panhead screws and two retainer nuts, as shown
in Figure 39. Use the upper and lower holes in the bracket.
2.
Attach the left rear bracket to the left rear rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. panhead screws and two retainer nuts. Use the
upper and lower holes in the bracket.
3.
Tighten all the 10-32 x 5/8-in. screws to a torque of 25 in-lb (29 cm-kg).
FIGURE 39 Attaching the rear brackets to the rack posts
1.
Screws, 10-32 x 5/8-in., panhead Phillips
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Flush-rear (recessed) mounting the device in the rack
The flush-rear (recessed) mounting is similar to the flush-front mounting except that the brackets are reversed on the device.
CAUTION
The device must be turned off and disconnected from the fabric during this procedure.
NOTE
Illustrations used in these rack installation procedures are for reference only and may not show the actual device that you are
installing.
Complete the following tasks to install the device in a four-post rack:
1.
Attaching the front brackets to the rear of the device on page 62
2.
Attaching the bracket extensions to the front of the device on page 63
3.
Installing the device in the rack on page 64
4.
Attaching the rear brackets to the bracket extensions at the front of the device on page 65
5.
Attaching the rear brackets to the front rack posts on page 67
Attaching the front brackets to the rear of the device
NOTE
In this installation, the brackets are named as listed in the parts list even though the installation of the brackets is reversed from
the flush-front installation.
Complete the following steps to attach the front brackets to the rear of the device.
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1.
Position the right front bracket with the flat side against the right rear side of the device, as shown in Figure 40.
2.
Insert four 8-32 x 5/16-in. flathead screws through the vertically aligned holes in the bracket and then into the holes on the side of
the device. Use the upper and lower screw holes, leaving the center holes empty.
3.
Repeat Step 1 and Step 2 to attach the left front bracket to the left rear side of the device.
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4.
Tighten all the 8-32 x 5/16-in. screws to a torque of 15 in-lb (17 cm-kg).
FIGURE 40 Attaching the front brackets to the rear of the device
1.
Brocade device
2.
Front brackets
3.
Screws, 8-32 x 5/16-in., flathead Phillips
Attaching the bracket extensions to the front of the device
Complete the following steps to attach the bracket extensions to the front of the device.
1.
Position the right bracket extension along the side of the device as shown in Figure 41.
2.
Insert four 8-32 x 5/16-in. flathead screws through the vertically aligned holes in the bracket extension and then into the holes on
the side of the device. Use the upper and lower screw holes, leaving the center holes empty.
3.
Repeat step 1 and step 2 to attach the left front bracket extension to the left side of the device.
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4.
Tighten all the 8-32 x 5/16-in. screws to a torque of 15 in-lb (17 cm-kg).
FIGURE 41 Attaching the bracket extensions to the device
1.
Bracket extensions
2.
Screws, 8-32 x 5/16-in., flathead Phillips
Installing the device in the rack
Complete the following steps to install the device in the rack.
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1.
Position the device in the rack, as shown in Figure 42, providing temporary support under the device until the rail kit is secured to
the rack.
2.
Attach the right front bracket to the right rear rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. panhead screws and two retainer nuts. Use the
upper and lower holes in the bracket.
3.
Attach the left front bracket to the left rear rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. panhead screws and two retainer nuts. Use the
upper and lower holes in the bracket.
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4.
Tighten all the 10-32 x 5/8-in. screws to a torque of 25 in-lb (29 cm-kg).
FIGURE 42 Positioning the device in the rack
1.
Screws, 10-32 x 5/8-in., panhead Phillips
2.
Retainer nuts, 10-32
Attaching the rear brackets to the bracket extensions at the front of the
device
Complete the following steps to attach the rear brackets to the bracket extensions. There are short, medium, and long front brackets that
you can use for this step.
1.
Select the proper length rear bracket for your rack depth.
2.
Slide the right rear bracket onto the right extension, as shown in Figure 43.
The short rear brackets are shown. Use the first and third vertical pairs of holes for the screws.
Refer to Figure 44 for the positioning of the medium or long brackets and screws.
3.
Attach the brackets using four 6-32 x 1/4-in. panhead screws.
4.
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 to attach the left rear bracket to the left extension.
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5.
Adjust the brackets to the rack depth and tighten all the 6-32 x 1/4-in. screws to a torque of 9 in-lb (10 cm-kg).
FIGURE 43 Attaching the short rear brackets to the extensions at the front of the device
1.
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Rear brackets, short
2.
Screws, 6-32 x 1/4-in., panhead Phillips
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FIGURE 44 Attaching the medium or long rear brackets to the extensions
1.
Rear bracket, medium or long
2.
Screws, 6-32 x 1/4-in., panhead Phillips
Attaching the rear brackets to the front rack posts
Complete the following steps to attach the rear brackets to the front rack posts.
1.
Attach the right rear bracket to the right front rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. screws and two retainer nuts, as shown in Figure
45. Use the upper and lower holes in the bracket.
2.
Attach the left rear bracket to the left front rack post using two 10-32 x 5/8-in. screws and two retainer nuts. Use the upper and
lower holes in the bracket.
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3.
Tighten all the 10-32 x 5/8-in. screws to a torque of 25 in-lb (29 cm-kg).
FIGURE 45 Attaching the rear brackets to the front rack posts
1.
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Screws, 10-32 x 5/8-in., panhead Phillips
2.
Retainer nuts, 10-32
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Stacking configuration requirements
Before configuring a traditional stack using the CLI, physically connect the devices with stacking cables. For more information on
configuring a stack, refer to the FastIron Stacking Configuration Guide.
ICX 7150 stacking ports
Depending on the model, up to eight SFP+ ports on the front panel of the ICX 7150 device support stacking. The ports can also be used as
uplink (data) ports. The following figures show the location and numbering for stacking ports. The numbering for the ports is in three-tuple
format (x/y/z) and refers to StackID/Slot/Port.
ICX 7150-C12P devices have two stacking ports on the front panel as shown in the following figure.
FIGURE 46 ICX 7150-C12P stacking ports
ICX 7150-24 and ICX 7150-24P devices have four stacking ports on the front panel as shown in the following figure.
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ICX 7150 stacking ports
FIGURE 47 ICX 7150 stacking port location on 24-port and some 48-port models
ICX 7150-48, ICX 7150-48P, and ICX 7150-48PF devices have four stacking ports in the same location on the front panel as ICX 7150 24port models.
The exception among 48-port models is the ICX 7150-48PZ, which has eight SPF+ ports on the front panel as shown in the following
figure. Four of these ports, ports 1/2/1 through 1/2/4, can be used as stacking or data uplink ports. The remaining four, 1/2/5 through
1/2/8, can be used only as data uplink ports.
FIGURE 48 ICX 7150-48ZP stacking ports
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ICX 7150 stacking topologies
ICX 7150 stacking topologies
Both linear and ring topologies are supported in a traditional stack. In a linear stack topology, a connection between each switch carries
two-way communications across the stack. The physical connection between the devices can use one port (stacked-port) or two ports
(stacked-trunk) per trunk.
In ring stack topology, an extra connection between the logical first and last devices forms a "ring" or "closed-loop." The closed-loop
connection provides a redundant path for the stack link, so if one link fails, stack communications can be maintained. You can connect
stacking units using one port per trunk or both ports in a trunk. For maximum bandwidth and link redundancy, use both ports per trunk.
Linear and ring topologies are depicted for different ICX 7150 models in the following figures.
NOTE
Port numbers shown are specific to each physical unit; that is, the unit ID is 1, in the three-tuple StackID/slot/port notation.
Assuming the stack in the following figure is numbered from the bottom when it is configured, the connected stacking port for the
bottom stack (stack unit 1) would be identified as port 1/3/2, and the connected port in the middle stack unit (stack unit 2) would
be identified as 2/3/1. Port 2/3/2 in the middle stack unit would be shown as connecting to port 3/3/1 in the top unit (stack unit
3).
NOTE
The Secure-setup utility used to discover and configure the stack assigns each unit a different stack ID. You can override the
automatic selection if you choose. Refer to the FastIron Stacking Configuration Guide for more information.
The following figures show examples of supported stacking topologies for the ICX 7150-C12P.
FIGURE 49 ICX 7150-C12P linear stack
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ICX 7150 stacking topologies
FIGURE 50 ICX 7150-C12P ring topology
The following figures show examples of supported topologies for ICX 7150 24-port models.
FIGURE 51 ICX 7150 24-port model, linear stack
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FIGURE 52 ICX 7150 24-port model, ring stack
The following figures show examples of supported topologies for the ICX 7150-48ZP.
FIGURE 53 ICX7150-48ZP linear stack
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FIGURE 54 ICX 7150-48ZP ring stack
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Configuring an IP address for the device................................................................................................................. 79
Customizing the host name and chassis name ....................................................................................................... 79
Setting the date and time........................................................................................................................................ 80
Establishing a connection to the out-of-band management port..............................................................................80
Getting in-band access........................................................................................................................................... 81
Verifying the correct operation................................................................................................................................. 81
Backing up the running configuration...................................................................................................................... 81
Items required
The following items are required for initial setup and verification of the device:
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The device, mounted and installed with the required power supply, fan assemblies, transceivers, and cables
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A workstation computer with a terminal emulator application installed, such as HyperTerminal for Windows
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An unused IP address with corresponding subnet mask and gateway address
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An USB console cable with Type-C connector (Type-C USB cable not included with the device)
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A serial console cable with an RJ-45 connector (RJ-45 console cable not included with the device)
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An Ethernet cable
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Access to a TFTP server or USB removable media for backing up (uploading) or downloading the device configuration (optional)
Providing power to the device
Perform the following steps to provide power to the device.
1.
Remove the power cord and the power cord retainer clip from the shipping carton container.
2.
Install the power cord retainer clip to the power supply inlet on the device.
3.
Connect the power cord to the power supply inlet on the device. Ensure that the power cords have a minimum service loop of 6
inches available and are routed properly to avoid stress.
4.
Insert the power cord plug to power sources on separate circuits if there is more than one power cord for a single device in order
to protect against power failure.
5.
If applicable, power on the power sources by flipping the switches to the on position. The SYST LED displays amber until poweron self-test (POST) is complete and then starts blinking green until the device is completely up. The device usually requires several
minutes to boot and complete POST.
NOTE
Power is supplied to the device as soon as the first power supply is connected and turned on. If the power indicator
does not turn on when the power cord is plugged in, you may have a problem with the power outlet, power cord, or
internal power supply.
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After POST is complete, verify that the switch power and switch status LEDs are green.
NOTE
Power Supply LED should always display solid green to ensure a working power supply. If the LED is amber, it indicates
a faulty PSU.
For more information about how to interpret POST, BOOT, and diagnostics tests, refer to Monitoring the Device on page 91.
Establishing a first-time connection to the console
port
You can use either the USB Type-C console port or the RJ-45 serial console port to establish the first time connection to the device. The
console port allows you to configure and manage the device using a third-party terminal emulation application from a workstation that is
directly connected to the port using a standard USB Type-C cable or RJ-45 serial cable. Perform the following steps to log in to the device
for the first time through the console connection.
1.
2.
Do one of the following:
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Connect a standard USB cable to the USB Type-C console connector on the device and to a USB port on the workstation.
To connect the USB Type-C console port on the device to a USB port on the workstation, you need a standard USB cable
that has a USB Type-C connector on one end and a USB connector on the other end that matches the USB port on your
workstation.
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Connect a standard RJ-45 cable to the RJ-45 serial console connector on the device and to a USB port on the workstation.
To connect the RJ-45 serial console port on the device to a USB port on the workstation, you need a standard RJ-45 cable
that has a RJ-45 connector on one end and a USB connector on the other end that matches the USB port on your
workstation.
Allow the workstation to automatically discover and configure the newly found USB device.
NOTE
If the workstation is unable to automatically discover and configure the newly found USB device, you can manually
download the necessary device drivers for Windows, MacOS, and Linux from the following website: http://
my.brocade.com
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3.
Open a terminal emulator application such as HyperTerminal on a Windows PC, or TERM, TIP, or Kermit in a UNIX environment,
and configure the sessions parameters as follows:
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In a Windows environment, use the following values:
Parameter
Value
Baud: Bits per second
9600
Data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Flow control
None
NOTE
Flow control is not supported on the console connection when attached to a remote terminal and must be disabled
on the customer-side remote terminal server in addition to the host-side clients.
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In a UNIX environment using TIP, enter the following string at the prompt:
tip /dev/ttyb -9600.
If ttyb is already in use, use ttya instead and enter the following string at the prompt:
tip /dev/ttya -9600
4.
When the terminal emulator application stops reporting information, press Enter to display the device prompt.
Depending on the device you purchased, and the code (Layer 2 or Layer 3) loaded on your system, the device prompt is displayed
accordingly.
device>
When the device prompt is displayed, you are connected to the device. You can customize the prompt by changing the device
name. If you do not see this prompt, make sure the cable is securely connected to your workstation and to the device and check
the settings in your terminal emulation program. In addition to the previously configured session settings, make sure the terminal
emulation session is running on the same serial port you attached to the device.
The device CLI prompt has the following access levels:
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User EXEC: This is the level you enter when you first start a CLI session. At this level, you can view some system information
but you cannot configure system or port parameters.
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Privileged EXEC: This level is also called the Enable level and can be secured by a password. You can perform tasks such as
managing files on the flash module, saving the system configuration to flash, and clearing caches at this level.
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CONFIG: The configuration level. This level allows you to configure the system IP address and configure switching and routing
features. To access the CONFIG mode, you must already be logged in to the privileged EXEC level.
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5.
At the opening CLI prompt, enter the following command to change to the Privileged EXEC mode:
device> enable
device#
By default, the CLI is not protected by passwords. To secure CLI access, Brocade strongly recommends assigning passwords.
You can set the following levels of passwords:
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Super User: Allows complete read-and-write access to the system. This is generally for system administrators and is the only
password level that allows you to configure other passwords.
NOTE
You must set a Super User password before you can set other types of passwords. You can also assign other
passwords using Brocade Network Advisor after an enable password has been configured for a Super User on the
device using the CLI.
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Port Configuration: Allows read-and-write access to specific ports but not for global (system-wide) parameters.
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Read-Only: Allows access to the privileged EXEC mode and CONFIG mode but only with read access.
NOTE
Passwords can be up to 32 characters long. They must begin with an alphabetic character. They can include
numeric characters, the period (.), and the underscore (_) only. Passwords are case-sensitive, and they are not
displayed when you enter them on the command line.
6.
Access the configuration mode of the CLI by entering the following command:
device# configure terminal
device(config)#
7.
Enter the following command to set the Super User password:
device(config)# enable super-user-password joe
NOTE
Make sure to write down the new passwords and keep the information in a secure location.
8.
Enter the following commands to set the port configuration and read-only passwords.
device(config)# enable port-config-password john
device(config)# enable read-only-password sam
Recovering from a lost password
If a password has been configured for the device but the password has been lost, you can regain Super User access to the device using
the following procedure.
Recovery from a lost password requires direct access to the serial port and a system reset.
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1.
Start a CLI session over the serial interface to the Brocade device.
2.
Reboot the device.
3.
While the system is booting, before the initial system prompt appears, enter b to enter the boot monitor mode.
4.
Enter no password. (You cannot abbreviate this command.)
5.
Enter boot. This command causes the device to bypass the system password check.
6.
After the console prompt reappears, assign a new password.
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Customizing the host name and chassis name
Configuring an IP address for the device
You must configure at least one IP address using the serial connection to the CLI before you can manage the device using the other
management interfaces. You can use the classical IP network masks (Class A, B, and C subnet masks, and so on) or Classless Interdomain
Routing (CIDR) network prefix masks.
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To enter a classical IP network mask, enter the mask in IP address format. For example, enter "10.157.22.99 255.255.255.0" for
an IP address with a Class C subnet mask.
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To enter a prefix number for a network mask, enter a forward slash (/) and the number of bits in the mask immediately after the IP
address. For example, enter "10.157.22.99/24" for an IP address that has a network mask with 24 significant ("mask") bits.
1.
At the opening CLI prompt, enter the following commands.
device> enable
device# erase startup-config
device# configure terminal
NOTE
Use the erase startup-config command only for new systems. If you enter this command on a system you have already
configured, the command erases the configuration. If you accidentally erase the configuration on a configured system,
enter the write memory command to save the running configuration to the startup-config file.
2.
Enter the following commands to assign an IP address for a device running Layer 2 software.
device(config)# ip address 10.22.3.44 255.255.255.0
device(config)# ip default-gateway 10.22.3.1
device(config)# write memory
NOTE
You do not need to assign a default gateway address for single subnet networks.
Enter the following commands to add an IP address and mask to a router port on a device running Layer 3 software.
device(config)# interface ethernet 1
device(config)# ip address 10.22.3.44 255.255.255.0
device(config)# write memory
NOTE
Before attaching any equipment to a device running Layer 3 software, you must assign an interface IP address to the
subnet on which the device will be located. You must use the serial connection to assign the first IP address. For
subsequent addresses, you can use the CLI through Telnet.
3.
Assign an interface IP address to the out-of-band management Ethernet port.
device(config)# interface management 1
device(config)# ip address 10.22.3.45 255.255.255.0
device(config)# write memory
The management port number is always 1.
Customizing the host name and chassis name
Changing the host name, contact, and location is important for distinguishing and identifying the device uniquely and for accurate tracking
of logs and errors. The messages that appear in the log are labeled with the chassis name, which makes tracking the errors much easier.
Specify an easily understandable and meaningful host name and chassis name.
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Perform the following steps to change the host name and then the chassis name.
1.
Customize the host name, contact, and location using the following commands. When you configure a host name, the name
replaces the default system name in the device CLI prompt.
device(config)# hostname sj_device1
sj_device1(config)# snmp-server contact Support Services
sj_device1(config)# snmp-server location San Jose
sj_device1(config)# end
sj_device1# write memory
The name, contact, and location each can be up to 255 alphanumeric characters. The text strings can contain blanks. The SNMP
text strings do not require quotation marks when they contain blanks but the host name does.
2.
Change the chassis name by using the chassis name command.
device(config)# chassis name SJ001
sj_device1(config)# end
sj_device1# write memory
The chassis name command does not change the device CLI prompt. Instead, the command assigns an administrative ID to the
device.
Setting the date and time
Use the following command to set the current date and time for the device.
device# clock set
hh:mm:ss
Current Time
device# clock set 10:05:45
mm-dd-yy/yyyy
Current Date
device# clock set 10:05:45 12-01-16
Establishing a connection to the out-of-band
management port
The out-of-band management interface is an RJ-45 Ethernet port that allows you to access, configure, and manage the device from the
network. Perform the following steps to establish a connection to the device using the out-of-band Ethernet management port.
1.
Remove the plug from the RJ-45 management port.
2.
Connect an Ethernet cable to the device RJ-45 management port and to the workstation or to an Ethernet network containing the
workstation.
NOTE
At this point, the device can be accessed remotely using the CLI or Brocade Network Advisor. Ensure that the device is
not being modified from any other connections. The Ethernet management port also supports auto-MDI and auto-MDIX.
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Getting in-band access
You can access the management agent in the device from anywhere within the attached network using Telnet or other network
management software. However, you must first configure the device with a valid IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway. If you have
trouble establishing a link to the management agent, check to see if you have a valid network connection. Then verify that you entered the
correct IP address. Also, be sure the port through which you are connecting to the device has not been disabled. If it has not been
disabled, then check the network cabling that runs between your remote location and the device.
Verifying the correct operation
Check the LEDs to verify operation of functional parts. The following commands can be useful to establish an operational baseline for the
device. Refer to the Ruckus FastIron Command Reference for more information on these commands.
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show chassis
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show version
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show cpu
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show flash
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show files
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show run
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show boot-preference
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show configuration
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show running-config
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show logging
Backing up the running configuration
Use the write memory command to replace the startup configuration with the running configuration every time you make changes to the
device configuration. To back up the device configuration to an external TFTP server, use the copy running-config tftp command.
device# copy running-config tftp 2001:DB8:e0ff:7837::3 newrun.cfg
This command example copies the running configuration to a TFTP server with the IPv6 address of 2001:DB8:e0ff:7837::3 and names the
file on the TFTP server newrun.cfg.
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Cleaning the fiber-optic connectors......................................................................................................................... 86
Installing a new fiber-optic transceiver..................................................................................................................... 86
Cabling a fiber-optic transceiver...............................................................................................................................87
Replacing a fiber-optic transceiver........................................................................................................................... 88
Time and items required
The installation or replacement procedure for one transceiver takes less than five minutes. Ensure that the following items are available:
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Required number of compatible power cables
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Required number of supported Ruckus-branded transceivers
Refer to the Brocade optics family datasheet for the list of supported transceivers and cables.
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Required number of compatible Ethernet (RJ-45) and fiber-optic cables
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Optical transceiver extraction tool (for 10-Gbps transceiver only)
NOTE
Most Ruckus switches come with a transceiver extraction tool and holster. The extraction tool is designed to remove
transceivers from modules where the space is limited.
FIGURE 55 Optical transceiver extraction tool
Precautions specific to transceivers and cables
DANGER
The procedures in this manual are for qualified service personnel.
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Managing cables
DANGER
For safety reasons, the ESD wrist strap should contain a series 1 megaohm resistor.
DANGER
All fiber-optic interfaces use Class 1 lasers.
DANGER
Use only optical transceivers that are qualified by Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. and comply with the FDA Class 1
radiation performance requirements defined in 21 CFR Subchapter I, and with IEC 60825 and EN60825. Optical products that do
not comply with these standards might emit light that is hazardous to the eyes.
CAUTION
Before plugging a cable into any port, be sure to discharge the voltage stored on the cable by touching the electrical contacts to
ground surface.
Managing cables
Cables can be organized and managed in a variety of ways, for example, using cable channels on the sides of the rack or patch panels to
minimize cable management. Follow these recommendations:
NOTE
You should not use tie wraps with optical cables because they are easily overtightened and can damage the optic fibers.
CAUTION
Before plugging a cable into any port, be sure to discharge the voltage stored on the cable by touching the electrical contacts to
ground surface.
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The minimum bend radius for a 50 micron cable is 2 inches under full tensile load and 1.2 inches with no tensile load.
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Plan for rack space required for cable management before installing the switch.
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Leave at least 1 m (3.28 ft) of slack for each port cable. This provides room to remove and replace the switch, allows for
inadvertent movement of the rack, and helps prevent the cables from being bent to less than the minimum bend radius.
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If you are using Brocade ISL Trunking, consider grouping cables by trunking groups. The cables used in trunking groups must
meet specific requirements, as described in the Brocade optics family datasheet.
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For easier maintenance, label the fiber-optic cables and record the devices to which they are connected.
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Keep LEDs visible by routing port cables and other cables away from the LEDs.
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Use hook and loop style straps to secure and organize fiber-optic cables.
Installing the Ethernet RJ-45 cables
The device supports connection to other vendors’ routers, switches, hubs, as well as other Ruckus devices through the appropriate ports,
transceivers, and cables.
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For copper connections to Ethernet hubs, a 10/100Base-TX or 1000Base-T switch, or another Brocade device, a crossover cable
is required as shown in the following figure. If the hub is equipped with an uplink port, it requires a straight-through cable instead of
a crossover cable. The 802.3ab standard (automatic MDI or MDIX detection) calls for automatic negotiation of the connection
between two 1000Base-T ports. In this case, a straight-through cable may work just as well as a crossover cable.
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FIGURE 56 UTP crossover cable
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Straight-through UTP cabling is required for direct UTP attachment to workstations, servers, or routers using network interface
cards (NICs). Fiber-optic cabling is required for direct attachment to Gigabit NICs or switches and routers through fiber ports.
FIGURE 57 Straight-through cable
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All 10/100 and 1000 Mbps Ethernet copper ports on the devices support automatic Media Dependent Interface (auto-MDI) or
automatic Media Dependent Interface Crossover (auto-MDIX) detection. Auto-MDI or auto-MDIX is enabled on all 10/100 and
1000 Mbps copper ports by default. For each port, you can disable auto-MDI or auto-MDIX, designate the port as an MDI port, or
designate the port as an MDIX port.
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Cleaning the fiber-optic connectors
Cleaning the fiber-optic connectors
To avoid problems with the connection between the fiber-optic transceiver (SFP+ or QSFP) and the fiber cable connectors, Brocade
strongly recommends cleaning both connectors each time you disconnect and reconnect them. Dust can accumulate on the connectors
and cause problems such as reducing the optic launch power.
To clean the fiber cable connectors, Brocade recommends using a fiber-optic reel-type cleaner. When not using an SFP+, or QSFP
connector, make sure to keep the protective covering in place.
Installing a new fiber-optic transceiver
For direct attachment from the device to a Gigabit NIC, switch, or router, using a fiber-optic transceiver, you need fiber cabling with an LC
connector. You can install a new fiber-optic transceiver in an SFP or SFP+ slot while the device is powered on and running. While installing a
transceiver, wear an ESD wrist strap with a plug that can be inserted in the ESD connector on the device.
DANGER
For safety reasons, the ESD wrist strap should contain a series 1 megaohm resistor.
DANGER
All fiber-optic interfaces use Class 1 lasers.
Perform the following steps to install a fiber-optic transceiver.
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Put on the ESD wrist strap and ground yourself by attaching the clip end to a metal surface (such as an equipment rack) to act as
ground.
2.
Remove the new transceiver from the protective packaging.
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Gently insert the transceiver into the slot until it clicks into place. Transceivers are keyed to prevent incorrect insertion.
NOTE
The location of the fiber-optic interface shown is for illustration purposes only. They may be in a slightly different location
on the device you are using.
FIGURE 58 Installing a transceiver
1.
Transceiver
NOTE
If a 1-Gbps optic transceiver is inserted, you must configure the port using the speed-duplex 1000-full-master
command at the interface level.
Cabling a fiber-optic transceiver
Perform the following steps to cable a fiber-optic transceiver.
1.
Remove the protective covering from the fiber-optic port connectors and store the covering for future use.
NOTE
Before cabling a fiber-optic transceiver, Ruckus strongly recommends cleaning the cable connectors and the port
connectors.
2.
Gently insert the cable connector (a tab on each connector should face upward) into the transceiver connector until the tabs lock
into place.
3.
Observe the link and active LEDs to determine if the network connections are functioning properly.
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Replacing a fiber-optic transceiver
You can replace a fiber-optic SFP+ transceiver while the device is powered on and running.
While replacing a fiber-optic module, be sure to wear an ESD wrist strap with a plug that can be inserted in the ESD connector on the
device.
DANGER
For safety reasons, the ESD wrist strap should contain a series 1 megaohm resistor.
To replace a transceiver from an SFP+ slot, complete the following steps.
1.
Put on the ESD wrist strap and ground yourself by attaching the clip end to a metal surface (such as an equipment rack).
2.
Disconnect the cable connector from the port connector.
3.
Unlock the transceiver by pulling the bail latch forward, away from the front panel of the module. This unlocks the module from the
front panel.
NOTE
On 1000Base-SX ports, the bail latch is enclosed in a black sleeve, and on 1000Base-LX ports, the bail latch is
enclosed in a blue sleeve.
FIGURE 59 Unlocking the bail latch
1.
Bail latch
NOTE
The bail latch may be attached to either the top or the bottom of the SFP transceiver.
4.
Grasp the bail latch and pull the transceiver out of the port.
FIGURE 60 Removing the fiber-optic module
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5.
Store the transceiver in a safe, static-free place or in an anti-static bag.
6.
If you are installing a new module or replacing a module, install the new module in the port.
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Interpreting nonport-side LEDs................................................................................................................................98
Pinging an IP address..............................................................................................................................................98
Tracing a route........................................................................................................................................................ 98
Digital optical monitoring......................................................................................................................................... 99
Monitoring power and cooling................................................................................................................................. 99
Interpreting port-side LEDs
After you install the network cables, you can observe certain LEDs to determine if the network connections are functioning properly. The
tables in this section outline the state of each LED, the status of the hardware, and any recommended action.
FIGURE 61 Port-side LEDs of ICX 7150-C12P
1.
Port status mode selection button
10.
RJ-45 port 5 RX/TX activity LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
2.
Port link status mode LED
11.
PoE LED
3.
Port speed status mode LED
12.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 status LED
4.
Member ID status mode LED
13.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 RX/TX activity LED
5.
USB status mode LED
14.
SFP+ uplink port X1 status LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
6.
PoE status mode LED
15.
SFP+ uplink port X2 status LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
7.
System Status LED
16.
Power status LED
8.
Master/Slave status LED
17.
Cloud management status LED (not currently enabled)
9.
Software update status LED
18.
Diagnostics status LED
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FIGURE 62 Port-side LEDs of ICX 7150-24 and ICX 7150-24P
1.
Port status mode selection button
11.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 status LED
2.
Port link status mode LED
12.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 RX/TX activity LED
3.
Port speed status mode LED
13.
SFP+ uplink port X1 status LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
4.
Member ID status mode LED
14.
SFP+ uplink port X2 status LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
5.
USB status mode LED
15.
Power status LED
6.
System status LED
16.
Cloud management status LED (not enabled currently)
7.
Master/Slave status LED
17.
Diagnostics status LED
8.
Software update status LED
18.
OOB Link status LED (left)
9.
RJ-45 port 13 RX/TX activity LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
19.
OOB Speed status LED (right)
10.
PoE LED
NOTE
ICX 7150-24P has an additional PoE status mode LED (however not enabled currently) .
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FIGURE 63 Port-side LEDs of ICX 7150-48, ICX 7150-48P, and ICX 7150-48PF
1.
Port status mode selection button
11.
PoE LED
2.
Port link status mode LED
12.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 status LED
3.
Port speed status mode LED
13.
RJ-45 uplink port C1 RX/TX activity LED
4.
Member ID status mode LED
14.
SFP+ uplink port X1 status LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
5.
USB status mode LED
15.
SFP+ uplink port X2 status LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
6.
PoE status mode LED
16.
Power status LED
7.
System status LED
17.
Cloud management status LED (not enabled currently)
8.
Master/Slave status LED
18.
Diagnostics status LED
9.
Software update status LED
19.
OOB Link status LED (left)
10.
RJ-45 port 11 RX/TX activity LED (if blinking indicates RX/TX activity)
20.
OOB Link status LED (right)
NOTE
The ICX 7150-48 does not have the PoE status mode LED.
System LEDs
This section describes the system LEDs.
System status LED
Refer to the following table to interpret the system status LED.
TABLE 12 System status LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
The device is not powered on.
None
Flashing green
The device is initializing and running initial bootup tests.
None.
Steady green
The device is operating normally.
None.
Steady amber
The device is booting up or has stopped at the booting stage.
None.
Flashing amber
The device is the crash state or the watchdog timeout state.
None.
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Status mode LEDs
You must press the status mode selection button to select the status mode to display the corresponding status on the individual port status
LED. Pressing the button once shifts to the next mode in the following sequence:
1.
Port link status mode (STAT) (default mode)
2.
Port speed status mode (SPD)
3.
Member ID status mode (ID)
4.
USB status mode (USB)
5.
PoE status mode
NOTE
When in USB mode, pressing the status mode selection button for more than 5 seconds initiates the copy files such as the
image/manifest file, configuration file, and Show Tech (supportsave) from the device to the USB.
Port status mode (STAT) LED
The port status mode (STAT) LED displays the link status and activities of each port. Each unit within the stack will also display the local port
status.
Refer to the following table to interpret the port status mode LED.
TABLE 13 Port status mode (STAT) LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
The port does not have a valid link.
None.
Steady green
The link is up and there is no traffic.
None.
Flashing green
The link is up and traffic/packets are transmitted
or received.
None.
Steady amber
In Error or Out Error.
None.
Clear stats CLI impacts the steady amber state, if
no more error port moves out of the steady
amber state.
Flashing amber
UDLD/LACP Blocking/ERR-DIS.
None.
Port speed status mode (SPD) LED
Port speed status (SPD) mode displays the speed setting of each downlink and uplink port (including modules).
Refer to the following table to interpret the port speed status mode LED.
TABLE 14 Port speed status (SPD) LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
There is no valid link.
None.
Steady green
Highest speed.
None.
Flashing green
Second highest speed.
None.
Steady amber
Third highest speed.
None.
Flashing amber
Fourth highest speed.
None.
Alternating amber and green
Fifth highest speed.
None.
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Member ID status mode (ID) LED
The member ID status mode (ID) LEDs display the Stack ID or SPX PE ID.
Stack ID: If the switch is configured in traditional stacking mode, this LED will display the stack member ID of the unit within the stack.
•
Member ID LED lights Green.
•
Port LEDs are used to display the stack ID from 1 to 12 of each member within the stack.
SPX PE ID: If the switch is configured in SPX mode, this LED will display the PE ID.
•
Member ID LED lights Green.
•
Port LEDs are used to display the PE ID from 17 to 56+ of each PE member.
•
Two port LEDs will be used to display the ID: Steady green for the first digit and steady amber for the second digit.
•
For example, LED for port #2 will show steady green and port #7 will show steady amber for PE ID #27. LED for port #3 will show
steady green for 2 sec follow by a steady amber for 2 sec and continue to alternate green amber for PE ID #33. LED for port #4
will show steady green and port #10 will show steady amber for PE ID #40.
Refer to the following table to interpret the member ID status mode LED.
TABLE 15 Member ID status mode (ID) LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Steady Green
Port number is the same as the stack ID.
None.
Or
Port number is the first digit of PE ID.
Steady amber
Port number is the second digit of PE ID.
None.
Or
Port number is 10 and second digit or PE ID is 0.
Alternating amber and green
First and second digit of PE ID are the same.
None.
USB status mode LED
Refer to the following tables to interpret the USB status mode LED.
TABLE 16 USB status mode LED when copying files from the system flash to the USB drive is enabled
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Steady green
USB is present and no operation in progress.
None.
Flashing green
Status mode selection button has been pressed
for five seconds; the USB mode copy has
started.
None.
Steady amber
USB is not detected.
None.
Flashing amber
Copy failure or application error or USB present
but mount failure/access failure.
None.
TABLE 17 USB status mode LED when copying files from USB to the system flash is enabled
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Steady green
USB is plugged in or Auto-copy is complete.
None.
Flashing green
The flash upgrade is initiated.
None.
Steady amber
USB is not detected.
None.
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TABLE 17 USB status mode LED when copying files from USB to the system flash is enabled (continued)
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Flashing amber
Copy failure or application error or USB present
but mount failure/access failure/corrupt.
None.
PoE status mode LED (N/A for non-PoE)
PoE status mode displays the PoE status of each downlink port.
TABLE 18 PoE status mode LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
PoE is disabled. Port is not providing PoE power.
None.
Steady green
PoE/PoE+/PoH is on. Port is providing power.
None.
Flashing amber
PoE is off due to a fault or not enough PoE power
budget set for the port.
None.
Master/Slave status LED
Refer to the following table to interpret the master and slave status LED.
TABLE 19 Master/Slave status LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
System is standalone or stack member or PE.
None.
Flashing green
This device is initializing as a stacking unit, and roles are being
assigned.
None.
Flashing amber
The device is in non-operational mode; that is, stacking is enabled but
the current unit is not able to join the stack due to a stack-related error
condition such as image mismatch, configuration mismatch, or license
mismatch.
The device has lost its connection with the master unit.
None.
Steady green
Stacking mode is enabled and this device is the master unit in the
stack or when the unit is standalone.
None.
Steady amber
Stacking mode is enabled and this device is a slave unit in the stack.
None.
Software update status LED
Refer to the following table to interpret the software update status LED.
TABLE 20 Software update status LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
Software update is not enabled.
None.
Flashing green
Software installation is in progress and it can take up to 12 minutes.
None.
Steady green
Software auto-installation is successfully completed.
None.
Flashing amber
Device tried to boot up from last upgraded software image but could
not, booting up from a different image or image upgrade failed
Contact Technical Support.
Diagnostics status LED
Refer to the following table to interpret the diagnostics status LED.
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TABLE 21 Diagnostics status LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Recommended action
Off
System is functioning normally or the device did not perform
diagnostics test in the most recent reload.
None.
Flashing green
System self-diagnostic tests are in progress.
None.
Steady green
System self-diagnostic tests have successfully completed.
None.
Flashing amber
System self-diagnostic test has detected a fan, thermal, or interface
fault.
•
Check the syslog messages details.
•
Power cycle the device to try and clear the
condition.
•
If the condition persists, contact Technical
Support.
Power status LED
Refer to the following table to interpret the system power status LED.
TABLE 22 System power status LED during normal operation
LED color
Status of hardware
Off
No power
Recommended action
•
Check if internal power supply is disconnected.
•
Check the connections between the device,
the power cord, and the wall outlet.
•
Contact Technical Support.
Steady green
Internal power supply is working normally.
None.
Steady amber
Internal power supply for the PoE ports has failed.
Contact Technical Support.
OOB LED
Refer to the following table to interpret the OOB LED.
TABLE 23 Link status (Green): Left side LED
LED color
Hardware status
Recommended action
Off
Offline
None.
Steady green
Link is up.
None.
Flashing green
Packet transmission or reception is occurring at
the port.
None.
LED color
Hardware status
Recommended action
Off
Offline or linked at 10/100 Mbps.
None.
Steady green
Linked at 1000 Mbps.
None.
TABLE 24 Speed status (Green): Right side LED
RJ-45 Ethernet port status LED in default mode
Refer to the following table to interpret individual RJ-45 Ethernet port status LED in default mode.
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TABLE 25 Ethernet port status LED in default mode
LED color
Status of the hardware
Off
A link is not established with the remote port.
Recommended action
•
Verify that the connection to the other network
device has been properly made. Also, make
certain that the other network device is
powered on and operating correctly.
•
Be sure the cable is plugged into both the
device and the corresponding device.
•
Verify that the proper cable type is used and its
length does not exceed specified limits.
•
Check the adapter on the attached device and
cable connections for possible defects.
Replace the defective adapter or cable if
necessary.
•
Verify that the port has not been disabled
through a configuration change. You can use
the CLI. If you have configured an IP address
on the device, you also can use the Web
management interface or Brocade Network
Advisor.
•
If the other actions do not resolve the problem,
try using a different port or a different cable.
Steady green
The port has established a valid link at 1000 Mbps.
None.
Flashing green
The port has established a valid link at 1000 Mbps. Flashing indicates
the port is transmitting and receiving user packets.
None.
Steady amber
The port has established a valid link at 10 or 100 Mbps.
None.
Flashing amber
The port has established a valid link at 10 or 100 Mbps. Flashing
indicates the port is transmitting and receiving user packets.
None.
Interpreting nonport-side LEDs
There are no LEDs found on the nonport-side view of the Ruckus ICX 7150 devices.
Pinging an IP address
To verify that a device can reach another device through the network, enter a command similar to the following at any level of the CLI.
device> ping 10.33.4.7
NOTE
If you address the ping to the IP broadcast address, the device lists the first four responses.
Tracing a route
To determine the path through which a device can reach another device, enter a command similar to the following at any level of the CLI on
the device.
device> traceroute 10.33.4.7
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The CLI displays trace route information for each hop as soon as the information is received. Traceroute requests display all responses to a
given TTL. In addition, if there are multiple equal-cost routes to the destination, the device displays up to two responses by default.
Digital optical monitoring
You can configure your device to monitor optical transceivers in the system, either globally or by specified port. When digital optical
monitoring is enabled, the system monitors the temperature and signal power levels for the optical transceivers in the specified ports.
Console messages and syslog messages are sent when optical operating conditions fall below or rise above the SFP and SFP+
manufacturer’s recommended thresholds. For more information about digital optical monitoring, refer to the Ruckus FastIron Monitoring
Configuration Guide.
Monitoring power and cooling
If the unit powers off after running for a while, check for loose power connections, power losses or surges at the power outlet, and use the
show chassis command to verify that the temperature is below the shutdown threshold. If you still cannot isolate the problem, then the
internal power supply may be defective. In this case, contact Brocade Technical Support for assistance.
The device contains temperature sensors that the software reads based on a configurable device poll time. The device has two automatic
speed fan control settings based on the temperature. To protect the device from overheating, the following temperature threshold levels
exist:
•
The warning level is the temperature at which the device generates a syslog message. It is configurable up to 100°C (212°F).
•
The shutdown level is the temperature at which the device reboots. It is set by the device and is not configurable. When the device
temperature reaches the shutdown level, it generates a warning message that the device’s temperature is over the shutdown level
and the device shuts down in two minutes. The system restarts 120 seconds after the device reaches the temperature shutdown
level.
The switch fans have two speeds, low and high. The fan speed settings are set by the device, and are not configurable. During system
bootup, the fans run at high speed. After bootup, the fans operate at low speed when the temperature of the switch is below the high limit
temperature that is specified in the following table. If the switch reaches the high limit temperature, the fans operate at high speed until the
switch reaches the low limit temperature specified in the table, at which time the fans decrease to low speed. If the switch reaches or
exceeds the critical (shutdown) temperature for two minutes, the switch shuts down.
NOTE
In addition to the overall temperature of the device, the PoE-supported models monitor the temperature of the Power over
Ethernet (PoE) power supply unit (PSU). When the low limit and high limit temperatures are reached, the PoE PSU fans change
speed using the same algorithm as the module fans. There is no change to the Critical (shutdown) temperature value for these
modules.
TABLE 26 Temperature thresholds
Model
Low limit temperature
High limit temperature
Critical (shutdown) temperature
ICX 7150-C12P
Not applicable
Not applicable
109°C (228°F)
ICX 7150-24
Not applicable
Not applicable
105°C (221°F)
ICX 7150-24P
62°C (144°F)
72°C (162°F)
105°C (221°F)
PoE PSU: 49°C (120°F)
PoE PSU: 57°C (135°F)
ICX 7150-48
Not applicable
Not applicable
105°C (221°F)
ICX 7150-48P
60°C(140°F)
70°C(158°F)
105°C (221°F)
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TABLE 26 Temperature thresholds (continued)
Model
ICX 7150-48PF
ICX 7150-48ZP
Low limit temperature
High limit temperature
PoE PSU: 49°C (120°F)
PoE PSU: 57°C (135°F)
85°C (185°F)
95°C (203°F)
PoE PSU: 34°C (93°F)
PoE PSU: 41°C (106°F)
85°C (185°F)
95°C (203°F)
PoE PSU: 34°C (93°F)
PoE PSU: 41°C (106°F)
Critical (shutdown) temperature
105°C (221°F)
105°C (221°F)
To display the temperature of a device, enter the show chassis command at any level of the CLI. The show chassis command displays the
current temperature, the power supply status, and temperature threshold levels. The displayed temperature reflects the temperature of the
board inside the device.
device# show chassis
The stack unit 1 chassis info:
Power supply 1 (AC - PoE) present, status ok
Model Number:
YM-1921AB06R
Serial Number: SA000V171708000081
Firmware Ver:
P2H802A00
Power supply 1 Fan Air Flow Direction: Front to Back
Power supply 2 (AC - PoE) present, status ok
Model Number:
YM-1921AB06R
Serial Number: SA000V171708000083
Firmware Ver:
P2H802A00
Power supply 2 Fan Air Flow Direction: Front to Back
Fan 1 ok, speed (manual): 1<->[[2]]
Fan 2 ok, speed (manual): 1<->[[2]]
Fan controlled temperature:
Rule 1/2 (MGMT THERMAL PLANE): 60.7 deg-C
Rule 2/2 (PoE THERMAL PLANE): 10.0 deg-C
Fan speed switching temperature thresholds:
Rule 1/2 (MGMT THERMAL PLANE):
Speed 1: NM<----->95
deg-C
Speed 2:
85<----->105 deg-C (shutdown)
Rule 2/2 (PoE THERMAL PLANE):
Speed 1: NM<----->41
deg-C
Speed 2:
34<----->105 deg-C (shutdown)
Fan 1 Air Flow Direction: Front to Back
Fan 2 Air Flow Direction: Front to Back
Slot 1 Current Temperature: 61.7 deg-C (Sensor 1), 54.4 deg-C (Sensor 2), 10.0 deg-C (Sensor 3)
Slot 2 Current Temperature: NA
Warning level.......: 102.0 deg-C
Shutdown level......: 105.0 deg-C
Boot Prom MAC : 609c.9fe2.154c
Management MAC: 609c.9fe2.08d6
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Specifications
This content highlights the features and specifications for the Ruckus ICX 7150 switch.
System specifications
System component
Description
Enclosure
1U; 19-inch rack-mountable; desktop-, wall-, under-desk-, or magnet-mountable
Power inlet
C14 for AC power
Power supplies
Integrated AC power supply for system and PoE power
Dual modular power supplies for ICX7150-48ZP
Fans
Fanless devices
•
ICX 7150-C12P
•
ICX 7150-24
•
ICX 7150-48
Two integrated fans per device. 150 W maximum PoE budget in fanless mode.
•
ICX 7150-24P
•
ICX 7150-48P
Two modular fan trays and two modular power supplies, each of which has a fan
•
ICX 7150-48ZP
Three integrated fans per device. Fanless mode is not supported.
•
Cooling
ICX 7150-48PF
Closed airflow
•
ICX 7150-C12P
•
ICX 7150-24
•
ICX 7150-48
Side-to-back airflow
System architecture
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ICX 7150-24P
•
ICX 7150-48P
•
ICX 7150-48PF
•
ICX 7150-48ZP
Edge Ethernet switches with full duplex switching and forwarding capabilities
•
10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 downlink and uplink ports
•
100/1000M/2.5 Gbps RJ-45 downlink ports (ICX7150-48ZP only)
•
PoE+ chipsets with two pair power up to Class 4 power levels of 30 W
•
UPoE/PoH chipsets with four pair power up to 90 W (ICX7150-48ZP only)
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Optical SFP+ uplink and stacking ports
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Ethernet
Ethernet
System component
Description
Ethernet ports
ICX 7150-48ZP: Sixteen 2.5G and thirty-two 1G Copper ports with eight SFP+ 1G/10-GbE optical stacking or
uplink ports
ICX 7150-C12P: Twelve RJ-45 GbE with 802.3at PoE+, two RJ-45 GbE uplink, two SFP+ 10-GbE uplink/stacking
ICX 7150-24: Twenty-four RJ-45 GbE, two RJ-45 GbE uplink, four SFP+ 10-GbE uplink/stacking
ICX 7150-24P: Twenty-four RJ-45 GbE with 802.3at PoE+, two RJ-45 GbE uplink, four SFP+ 10-GbE uplink/
stacking
ICX 7150-48: Forty-eight RJ-45 GbE, two RJ-45 GbE uplink, four SFP+ 10-GbE uplink/stacking
ICX 7150-48P: Forty-eight RJ-45 GbE with 802.3at PoE+, two RJ-45 GbE uplink, four SFP+ 10-GbE uplink/
stacking
ICX 7150-48PF: Forty-eight RJ-45 GbE with 802.3at PoE+, two RJ-45 GbE uplink, four SFP+ 10-GbE uplink/
stacking
Management interface
One 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, out-of-band management interface (RJ-45 port) per device
One Type-C USB console port per device
One RJ-45 console port per device
LEDs
System component
Description
System status LEDs
SYST: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate the system status
M/S: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate master/slave status in stacking mode
UPDATE: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate the DHCP auto-configuration from DHCP
server
DIAG: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate the system is in diagnostic mode
CLD: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate the connection to the cloud services platform
PWR: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) indicates the internal power status
Port status mode selection LEDs
STAT: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate link status
(not enabled currently)
SPD: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate link speed
(Stacking) ID: Port LED (green) to display stacking ID from 1 to 12
USB: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) to indicate USB flash / Show Tech / file copy / boot status
POE: Bicolor LED (green/yellow) controlled by software to indicate PoE/PoE+
Port status LEDs
RJ-45 link status LED: Indicates Ethernet link status and speed
SFP/SFP+ status LED: Indicates link status and speed for SFP or SFP+ ports
Out-of-band management port: Two single-color LEDS indicate out-of-band management port link status and
speed
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Other
System component
Description
STATUS MODE
Port status mode selection button
RESET
Reset button for hardware reset without power cycling. There is a hole in the front panel to allow access.
USB port
Standard type-A USB connector for removable media
Console connectors
RJ-45 console connector
USB console Type-C connector
RJ-45 connectors
RJ-45 connectors for GbE data ports
Weight and physical dimensions
The Total weight column includes the weight of the unit and the contents of the shipping carton.
Model
Height
Width
Depth
Unit weight
Total weight
ICX 7150-48ZP
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
33.2 cm
6.246 kg
8.282 kg
With one power
supply and one fan
1.72 in
17.32 in
13.1 in
13.770 lb
18.259 lb
ICX 7150-48ZP
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
33.2 cm
7.415 kg
9.451 kg
With two power
supplies and two fans
1.72 in
17.32 in
13.1 in
16.347 lb
20.836 lb
ICX 7150-C12P
4.37 cm
26.9 cm
21.3 cm
2.58 kg
3.12 kg
1.72 in
10.59 in
8.39 in
5.69 lb
6.88 lb
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
28.0 cm
3.80 kg
5.20 kg
1.72 in
17.32 in
11.0 in
8.38 lb
11.46 lb
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
28.0 cm
4.93 kg
6.35 kg
1.72 in
17.32 in
11.0 in
10.97 lb
14.00 lb
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
37.0 cm
4.82 kg
6.65 kg
1.72 in
17.32 in
14.6 in
10.63 lb
14.66 lb
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
37.0 cm
6.17 kg
7.90 kg
1.72 in
17.32 in
14.6 in
13.60 lb
17.42 lb
4.37 cm
44.0 cm
37.0 cm
6.28 kg
8.07 kg
1.72 in
17.32 in
14.6 in
13.85 lb
17.79 lb
ICX 7150-24
ICX 7150-24P
ICX 7150-48
ICX 7150-48P
ICX 7150-48PF
Environmental requirements
Condition
Operational
Non-operational
level.1
Ambient temperature
-5°C (cold start). 0°C to 45°C (23°F to 113°F) at sea
Relative humidity (noncondensing)
5% to 95% at 45°C (113°F)
0% to 95% at 70°C (158°F)
Altitude (above sea level)
0 to 3,000 m (10,000 feet)
0 to 12,000 m (39,000 feet)
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Power supply specifications (per PSU)
Condition
Operational
Non-operational
Shock
20 G, 11 ms, half-sine wave
33 G, 11 ms, half-sine wave
Vibration
1 G sine, 0.4 gms random, 5-500 Hz
2.4 G sine, 1.1 gms random, 5-500 Hz
Airflow
ICX 7150-48ZP: 40.36 CFM (Maximum), 14.6 CFM (Typical)
N/A
ICX 7150-C12P: 0 CFM
ICX 7150-24: 0 CFM
ICX 7150-24P: 37.6 CFM (Maximum), 13.4 CFM (Typical)
ICX 7150-48: 0 CFM
ICX 7150-48P: 38.15 CFM (Maximum), 13.9 CFM (Typical)
ICX 7150-48PF: 50.8 CFM (Maximum), 19.6 CFM (Typical)
Heat dissipation
Refer to Power Consumption specification sections
N/A
Operating noise
For all fanless ICX 7150 devices and devices in fanless
mode: Less than 12 dBA
N/A
ICX 7150-24P, ICX 7150-48P, and ICX 7150-48ZP with
fans running: Maximum of 52 dBA
ICX 7150-48PF with fans running: Maximum of 48 dBA
(fanless mode is not supported)
Power supply specifications (per PSU)
All the Ruckus ICX 7150 power supply units (PSUs) are fixed and internal to the device. All the PSUs use a C14 inlet and connect to
standard AC power.
Device
Maximum output
power rating (DC)
Input voltage
Input line frequency
Maximum input
current
Input line protection
Maximum inrush
current
ICX 7150-48ZP
1740 W
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
13 A (rms)
Line fused
30 A at 115 VAC
(nominal)
(nominal)
60 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
(nominal)
(nominal)
60 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
(nominal)
(nominal)
80 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
ICX 7150-C12P
ICX 7150-24
1
104
150 W
36 W
2.78 A (rms)
3 A (rms)
Line fused
Line fused
40 A at 115 VAC
40 A at 115 VAC
For the ICX 7150-C12P, the maximum operating temperature is 40°C when under fully loaded PoE conditions or when installed using the long bracket
(ICX7000-C12-RMK) under a fixed surface. The maximum operating temperature is 35°C when installed using the short bracket (ICX7000-C12-WMK)
under a fixed surface.
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Power consumption (idle configuration)
Device
Maximum output
power rating (DC)
Input voltage
Input line frequency
Maximum input
current
Input line protection
Maximum inrush
current
ICX 7150-24P
525 W
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
7.23 A (rms)
Line fused
30 A at 115 VAC
(nominal)
(nominal)
60 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
(nominal)
(nominal)
80 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
(nominal)
(nominal)
60 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
100 - 240 VAC
50/60 Hz
(nominal)
(nominal)
120 A at 230 VAC
90 - 264 VAC
47 - 63 Hz
Cold start @ 25°C
(range)
(range)
ICX 7150-48
ICX 7150-48P
ICX 7150-48PF
65 W
525 W
880 W
5.4 A (rms)
Line fused
11.25 A (rms)
Line fused
14.45 A (rms)
Line fused
40 A at 115 VAC
30 A at 115 VAC
60 A at 115 VAC
Power consumption (idle configuration)
Idle: No optics or connections to ports installed and system booted up. Fans at nominal speed.
Model name
@100 VAC input
@200 VAC input
@-48 VDC input
Minimum number of
power supplies
Notes
ICX 7150-48ZP
0.82 A
0.5 A
N/A
1
With one power supply
and one fan
89 W
85.89 W
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
303.68 BTU/hr
293.07 BTU/hr
No Load (traffic)
ICX 7150-48ZP
1.14 A
0.7 A
With two power
supplies and two fans
108 W
105.4 W
368.51 BTU/hr
359.64 BTU/hr
ICX 7150-C12P
0.22 A
0.16 A
20.10 W
19.5 W
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
68.60 BTU/hr
68.09 BTU/hr
No Load (traffic)
0.25 A
0.16 A
13.88 W
13.53 W
47.37 BTU/hr
46.18 BTU/hr
0.35 A
0.29 A
31.58 W
30.64 W
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
107.79 BTU/hr
104.58 BTU/hr
No Load (traffic)
ICX 7150-24
ICX 7150-24P
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2
N/A
1
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
No Load (traffic)
N/A
1
N/A
1
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
No Load (traffic)
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Power consumption (typical configuration)
Model name
@100 VAC input
@200 VAC input
@-48 VDC input
Minimum number of
power supplies
Notes
ICX 7150-48
0.46 A
0.28 A
N/A
1
24.19 W
23.55 W
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
82.56 BTU/hr
80.38 BTU/hr
0.50 A
0.35 A
N/A
1
46.90 W
46.80 W
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
160.07 BTU/hr
159.73 BTU/hr
No Load (traffic)
0.53 A
0.37 A
49.90 W
49.33 W
All ports down, no
optics or cables
connected.
170.31 BTU/hr
168.37 BTU/hr
No Load (traffic)
ICX 7150-48P
ICX 7150-48PF
No Load (traffic)
N/A
1
Fans always running.
Power consumption (typical configuration)
Typical: 10% traffic rate on all ports with 64-byte packet size and random payload at room temperature. All ports fully configured. Fans at
nominal speed.
Model name
@100 VAC input
@200 VAC input
@-48 VDC input
Minimum number of
power supplies
Notes
ICX 7150-48ZP
9.29 A
4.41 A
N/A
1
With one power supply
and one fan
917 W
870 W
All 2.5G and 1G ports
and eight 10G ports
are linked UP
3218.935 BTU/hr
2968.56 BTU/hr
10% traffic
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4W per
port, Total 740W)
ICX 7150-48ZP
18.29 A
8.63 A
N/A
2
With two power
supplies and two fans
1804 W
1868 W
All 2.5G and 1G ports
and eight 10G ports
are linked UP
6155.5 BTU/hr
5752,87 BTU/hr
10% traffic
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4W per
port, Total 740W)
ICX 7150-C12P
1.59 A
0.80 A
N/A
1
157.12 W
153.31 W
12 1-GbE and 2 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
536.26 BTU/hr
523.26 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
ICX 7150-24
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0.42 A
0.26 A
N/A
1
23.87 W
23.37 W
24 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
81.47 BTU/hr
76.76 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
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Power consumption (maximum configuration)
Model name
@100 VAC input
@200 VAC input
@-48 VDC input
Minimum number of
power supplies
Notes
ICX 7150-24P
4.57 A
2.24 A
N/A
1
455.39 W
438.75 W
24 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
1554.28 BTU/hr
1497.49 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
ICX 7150-48
ICX 7150-48P
0.74 A
0.45 A
N/A
38.49 W
39.02 W
48 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
131.37 BTU/hr
133.18 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
4.88 A
2.35 A
476.30 W
460.60 W
48 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
1625.65 BTU/hr
1572.06 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
N/A
1
1
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
ICX 7150-48PF
9.56 A
4.45 A
N/A
1
922.0 W
868.54 W
48 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
3146.86 BTU/hr
2964.40 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
Power consumption (maximum configuration)
Maximum: All ports fully configured with connection and traffic at maximum throughput. Fans at high speed.
Model name
@100 VAC input
@200 VAC input
@-48 VDC input
Minimum number of
power supplies
Notes
ICX 7150-48ZP
9.46 A
4.54 A
N/A
1
With one power supply
and one fan
932 W
888 W
All 2.5G and 1G ports
and eight 10G ports
are linked UP
3180.12 BTU/hr
3029.98 BTU/hr
100% traffic
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4W per
port, Total 740W)
Fan at high speed
ICX 7150-48ZP
18.66 A
8.8 A
N/A
2
With two power
supplies and two fans
1841 W
1720 W
All 2.5G and 1G ports
and eight 10G ports
are linked UP
6281.75 BTU/hr
5868.88 BTU/hr
100% traffic
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4W per
port, Total 740W)
Fans at high speed
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Data port specifications (Ethernet)
Model name
@100 VAC input
@200 VAC input
@-48 VDC input
Minimum number of
power supplies
Notes
ICX 7150-C12P
1.59 A
0.80 A
N/A
1
157.21 W
153.39 W
12 1-GbE and 2 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
536.57 BTU/hr
523.53 BTU/hr
100% traffic.
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
ICX 7150-24
ICX 7150-24P
0.42 A
0.27 A
N/A
1
23.96 W
24.19 W
24 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
81.78 BTU/hr
82.56 BTU/hr
100% traffic.
4.74 A
2.32 A
471.85 W
454.62 W
24 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
1610.46 BTU/hr
1551.65 BTU/hr
100% traffic.
N/A
1
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
ICX 7150-48
ICX 7150-48P
0.74 A
0.46 A
N/A
1
N/A
1
48 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
38.78 W
39.14 W
132.36 BTU/hr
133.59 BTU/hr
5.03 A
2.42 A
491.32 W
475.0 W
48 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
1676.91 BTU/hr
1621.21 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
100% traffic.
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
ICX 7150-48PF
9.82 A
4.57 A
N/A
1
949.33 W
893.30 W
48 1-GbE and 4 10GbE ports are linked
UP ONLY.
3240.14 BTU/hr
3048.90 BTU/hr
10% traffic.
100% PoE Load @
Class 3 (15.4 W/port)
Data port specifications (Ethernet)
NOTE
The ICX 7150 10-GbE ports provide both active and passive cable support.
Model
Port type
Number of ports
Description
ICX 7150-48ZP
1 GbE (copper)
48 downlink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
2.5 GbE (copper)
16 downlink
RJ-45 100/1000 M/2.5 Gbps ports
1/10 GbE (optical)
4 uplink and 4 stacking
SFP+ ports
GbE (copper)
12 downlink + 2 uplink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
10 GbE (optical)
2 uplink or stacking
SFP+ ports
GbE (copper)
24 downlink + 2 uplink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
ICX 7150-C12P
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Memory specifications
Model
ICX 7150-24P
ICX 7150-48
ICX 7150-48P
ICX 7150-48PF
Port type
Number of ports
Description
10 GbE (optical)
4 uplink or stacking
SFP+ ports
GbE (copper)
24 downlink + 2 uplink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
10 GbE (optical)
4 uplink or stacking
SFP+ ports
GbE (copper)
48 downlink + 2 uplink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
10 GbE (optical)
4 uplink or stacking
SFP+ ports
GbE (copper)
48 downlink + 2 uplink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
10 GbE (optical)
4 uplink or stacking
SFP+ ports
GbE (copper)
48 downlink + 2 uplink
RJ-45 10/100/1000 Mbps ports
10 GbE (optical)
4 uplink or stacking
SFP+ ports
Serial port specifications (pinout RJ-45)
Pin
Signal
Description
1
Not supported
N/A
2
Not supported
N/A
3
UART1_TXD
Transmit data
4
GND
Logic ground
5
GND
Logic ground
6
UART1_RXD
Receive data
7
Not supported
N/A
8
Not supported
N/A
Serial port specifications (protocol)
Parameter
Value
Baud
9600 bps
Data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Flow control
None
Memory specifications
Memory
Type
Size
Boot Flash
SPI NOR Flash
2 x 8 MB
Compact Flash
NAND Fash (MLC)
2 GB
Main Memory
DDR4 SDRAM (not ECC capable)
1 GB
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Regulatory compliance (EMC)
Regulatory compliance (EMC)
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FCC Part 15, Subpart B
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EN 55024
•
EM 55032 (CE Mark) (Class A)
•
ICES-003
•
VCCI
•
EN 300 386
•
CNS 13438
•
KN 32
•
KN 35
•
TCVN 7189
•
EN 61000-3-2
•
EN 61000-3-3
•
GB 9254
•
CISPR 32
•
2014/30/EU
•
AS/NZS CISPR32 (Australia) (Class A)
Regulatory compliance (safety)
•
EN/UL 60825
•
EN/UL/CSA/IEC 60950-1
•
GB 4943.1
•
CNS 14336-1
•
2014/35/EU
Regulatory compliance (environmental)
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2011/65/EU - Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substance in electrical and electronic equipment (EU RoHS).
•
2012/19/EU - Waste electrical and electronic equipment (EU WEEE).
•
94/62/EC - packaging and packaging waste (EU).
•
2006/66/EC - batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators (EU battery directive).
•
1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation,
Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (EU REACH).
•
Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 - U.S. Conflict Minerals.
•
30/2011/TT-BCT - Vietnam circular.
•
SJ/T 11363-2006 Requirements for Concentration Limits for Certain Hazardous Substances in EIPs (China).
•
SJ/T 11364-2006 Marking for the Control of Pollution Caused by EIPs (China).
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CE statement........................................................................................................................................................ 111
China ROHS..........................................................................................................................................................111
BSMI statement (Taiwan)....................................................................................................................................... 111
Canadian requirements..........................................................................................................................................112
China CCC statement........................................................................................................................................... 112
Europe and Australia (CISPR 32 Class A Warning).................................................................................................113
FCC warning (US only).......................................................................................................................................... 113
Germany statement...............................................................................................................................................113
KCC statement (Republic of Korea)....................................................................................................................... 113
VCCI statement..................................................................................................................................................... 113
CE statement
ATTENTION
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product might cause radio interference, and the user might be required
to take corrective measures.
The standards compliance label on this device contains the CE mark which indicates that this system conforms to the provisions of the
following European Council directives, laws, and standards:
•
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive 2014/30/EU
•
Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2014/35/EU
•
EN 55032/EN 55024 (European Immunity Requirements)
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EN61000-3-2/JEIDA (European and Japanese Harmonics Spec)
EN61000-3-3
China ROHS
Refer to the latest revision of the China ROHS document (P/N 53‐1000428‐xx) which ships with the product.
BSMI statement (Taiwan)
Warning:
This is Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
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Canadian requirements
Canadian requirements
This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations, ICES-003 Class A.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
China CCC statement
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VCCI statement
Europe and Australia (CISPR 32 Class A Warning)
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
FCC warning (US only)
This equipment has been tested and complies with the limits for a Class A computing device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, might cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause
harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at the user’s own expense.
Germany statement
Machine noise information regulation - 3. GPSGV, the highest sound pressure level value is 70.0 dB(A) in accordance with EN ISO 7779.
Maschinenlärminformations-Verordnung - 3. GPSGV, der höchste Schalldruckpegel beträgt 70.0 dB(A) gemäss EN ISO 7779.
KCC statement (Republic of Korea)
Class A device (Broadcasting Communication Device for Office Use): This device obtained EMC registration for office use (Class A), and
may be used in places other than home. Sellers and/or users need to take note of this.
VCCI statement
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment
(VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance might arise. When such trouble occurs, the user might be
required to take corrective actions.
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Cautions................................................................................................................................................................115
Danger Notices..................................................................................................................................................... 118
Cautions
A Caution statement alerts you to situations that can be potentially hazardous to you or cause damage to hardware, firmware, software, or
data.
Ein Vorsichthinweis warnt Sie vor potenziellen Personengefahren oder Beschädigung der Hardware, Firmware, Software oder auch vor
einem möglichen Datenverlust
Un message de mise en garde vous alerte sur des situations pouvant présenter un risque potentiel de dommages corporels ou de
dommages matériels, logiciels ou de perte de données.
Un mensaje de precaución le alerta de situaciones que pueden resultar peligrosas para usted o causar daños en el hardware, el firmware, el
software o los datos.
General cautions
CAUTION
Changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
VORSICHT
Falls dieses Gerät verändert oder modifiziert wird, ohne die ausdrückliche Genehmigung der für die Einhaltung der
Anforderungen verantwortlichen Partei einzuholen, kann dem Benutzer der weitere Betrieb des Gerätes untersagt werden.
MISE EN GARDE
Les éventuelles modifications apportées à cet équipement sans avoir été expressément approuvées par la partie responsable
d'en évaluer la conformité sont susceptibles d'annuler le droit de l'utilisateur à utiliser cet équipement.
PRECAUCIÓN
Si se realizan cambios o modificaciones en este dispositivo sin la autorización expresa de la parte responsable del cumplimiento
de las normas, la licencia del usuario para operar este equipo puede quedar anulada.
CAUTION
Do not install the device in an environment where the operating ambient temperature might exceed 45°C (113°F).
VORSICHT
Das Gerät darf nicht in einer Umgebung mit einer Umgebungsbetriebstemperatur von über 45°C (113°F) installiert werden.
MISE EN GARDE
N'installez pas le dispositif dans un environnement où la température d'exploitation ambiante risque de dépasser 45°C (113°F).
PRECAUCIÓN
No instale el instrumento en un entorno en el que la temperatura ambiente de operación pueda exceder los 45°C (113°F).
CAUTION
Make sure the airflow around the front, and back of the device is not restricted.
VORSICHT
Stellen Sie sicher, dass an der Vorderseite, den Seiten und an der Rückseite der Luftstrom nicht behindert wird.
MISE EN GARDE
Vérifiez que rien ne restreint la circulation d'air devant, derrière et sur les côtés du dispositif et qu'elle peut se faire librement.
PRECAUCIÓN
Asegúrese de que el flujo de aire en las inmediaciones de las partes anterior, laterales y posterior del instrumento no esté
restringido.
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Cautions
CAUTION
Never leave tools inside the chassis.
VORSICHT
Lassen Sie keine Werkzeuge im Chassis zurück.
MISE EN GARDE
Ne laissez jamais d'outils à l'intérieur du châssis
PRECAUCIÓN
No deje nunca herramientas en el interior del chasis.
CAUTION
To protect the serial port from damage, keep the cover on the port when not in use.
VORSICHT
Um den seriellen Anschluss vor Beschädigungen zu schützen, sollten Sie die Abdeckung am Anschluss belassen, wenn er nicht
verwendet wird.
MISE EN GARDE
Mettre le bouchon de protection sur le port série lorsqu'il ne sert pas pour éviter de l'endommager.
PRECAUCIÓN
Para evitar que se dañe el puerto serie, mantenga la cubierta colocada sobre el puerto cuando no lo utilice.
CAUTION
Before mounting the device using the magnet sheet, make sure the rubber feet are not installed on the device to ensure that the
magnet sheet holds on to the device strongly and does not detach. If the rubber feet are already installed, remove them first
before attaching the magnet sheet.
VORSICHT
Die Gummifüße sollten vor dem Anbringen des Geräts mittels der Magnetplatte noch nicht montiert sein. So stellen Sie sicher,
dass die Magnetplatte fest am Gerät sitzt und sich nicht löst. Wenn die Gummifüße bereits montiert sind, entfernen Sie diese vor
dem Anbringen der Magnetplatte.
MISE EN GARDE
Avant d'installer l'appareil en utilisant la feuille magnétique, assurez-vous que les pieds en caoutchouc ne sont pas installés sur
l'appareil pour s'assurer que la feuille magnétique tient fermement sur l'appareil et ne se détache pas. Si les pieds en
caoutchouc sont déjà installés, les enlever d'abord avant de fixer la feuille magnétique.
PRECAUCIÓN
Antes de montar el dispositivo mediante el uso la lámina magnetica asegúrese de que las bases de goma no estén instaladas
sobre el dispositivo para garantizar que la lámina magnetica se adhiera al dispositivo con firmeza y no se desprenda. Si las
bases de goma ya están instaladas, primero remuevalas antes de colocar la lámina magnetica.
CAUTION
The magnet sheet can only be placed against the bottom panel of the device. Do not attempt to attach the magnet sheet to any
other panels on the device.
VORSICHT
Die magnetische Matte kann nur an der Unterseite des Geräts angebracht werden. Versuchen Sie nicht, die magnetische Matte
an den anderen Seiten des Geräts anzubringen.
MISE EN GARDE
Il est uniquement possible de placer la feuille magnétique contre la face inférieure du dispositif. Ne tentez pas de placer la feuille
magnétique à d'autres endroits.
PRECAUCIÓN
La hoja magnética solo se puede colocar sobre el panel inferior del dispositivo. No intente conectar la hoja magnética a ningún
otro panel del dispositivo.
CAUTION
Do not mount the device on a surface with the top panel facing downward. Mount the device only on a vertical metal surface with
the front panel port-side facing downward.
VORSICHT
Montieren Sie das Gerät nicht mit der Oberseite nach unten auf einer Oberfläche. Montieren Sie das Gerät nur mit der
Vorderseite (portseitig) nach unten auf einer vertikalen Metalloberfläche.
MISE EN GARDE
N'installez pas l'appareil avec le panneau supérieur faisant face vers le bas. Pour un montage vertical, installez l'appareil sur une
surface métallique avec le panneau avant (côté ports ) faisant face vers le bas.
PRECAUCIÓN
No instale el dispositivo sobre una superficie con el panel superior mirando hacia abajo. Instale el dispositivo solamente sobre
una superficie metálica vertical con el panel frontal de los puertos de usuario orientado hacia abajo.
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Cautions
CAUTION
Ensure that the metal surface is flat and the texture is smooth to hold the device strongly. Check for other conditions that might
impede secure magnetic mount.
VORSICHT
Achten Sie darauf, dass die Metalloberfläche eben und glatt ist, damit das Gerät sicher montiert werden kann. Prüfen Sie andere
Bedingungen, die eine sichere magnetische Montage beeinflussen könnten.
MISE EN GARDE
Assurez-vous que la surface métallique est plane et lisse afin de maintenir l'appareil fermement en place. Vérifiez qu'il n'y a pas
d'autres conditions qui pourraient nuire à une installation sécuritaire.
PRECAUCIÓN
Asegúrese de que la superficie metálica sea plana y de que la textura sea pareja para sostener el dispositivo con firmeza. Esté
atento a otras condiciones que puedan impedir una instalación segura del montaje magnetico.
CAUTION
When mounting the device under a fixed surface, under a desk, or under a shelf, use the long brackets to provide adequate
ventilation and not exceed the operating temperature.
VORSICHT
Wenn Sie das Gerät unter einer festen Oberfläche, einem Tisch oder einem Regal montieren, verwenden Sie die langen
Halterungen, um für eine angemessene Belüftung zu sorgen und die Betriebstemperatur nicht zu überschreiten.
MISE EN GARDE
Lors du montage de l’appareil sous une surface fixe (sous un bureau ou une étagère), utilisez les supports longs pour assurer
d'une ventilation adéquate et pour que l'appareil ne surchauffe pas.
PRECAUCIÓN
Cuando instale el dispositivo debajo de una superficie fija, debajo de un escritorio o debajo de un estante, utilice las abrazaderas
largas para proporcionar una ventilación adecuada y no superar la temperatura operativa.
Electrical cautions
CAUTION
Before plugging a cable into any port, be sure to discharge the voltage stored on the cable by touching the electrical contacts to
ground surface.
VORSICHT
Bevor Sie ein Kabel in einen Anschluss einstecken, entladen Sie jegliche im Kabel vorhandene elektrische Spannung, indem Sie
mit den elektrischen Kontakten eine geerdete Oberfläche berühren.
MISE EN GARDE
Avant de brancher un câble à un port, assurez-vous de décharger la tension du câble en reliant les contacts électriques à la
terre.
PRECAUCIÓN
Antes de conectar un cable en cualquier puerto, asegúrese de descargar la tensión acumulada en el cable tocando la superficie
de conexión a tierra con los contactos eléctricos.
CAUTION
Static electricity can damage the chassis and other electronic devices. To avoid damage, keep static-sensitive devices in their
static-protective packages until you are ready to install them.
VORSICHT
Statische Elektrizität kann das System und andere elektronische Geräte beschädigen. Um Schäden zu vermeiden, entnehmen
Sie elektrostatisch empfindliche Geräte erst aus deren antistatischer Schutzhülle, wenn Sie bereit für den Einbau sind.
MISE EN GARDE
L'électricité statique peut endommager le châssis et les autres appareils électroniques. Pour éviter tout dommage, conservez les
appareils sensibles à l'électricité statique dans leur emballage protecteur tant qu'ils n'ont pas été installés.
PRECAUCIÓN
La electricidad estática puede dañar el chasis y otros dispositivos electrónicos. A fin de impedir que se produzcan daños,
conserve los dispositivos susceptibles de dañarse con la electricidad estática dentro de los paquetes protectores hasta que esté
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CAUTION
Do not use the port cover tabs to lift the module. They are not designed to support the weight of the module, which can fall and
be damaged.
VORSICHT
Verwenden Sie nicht die Laschen der Anschlussabdeckungen um ein Modul anzuheben. Diese sind nicht auf das Gewicht des
Moduls ausgelegt, welches herunterfallen und dabei beschädigt werden kann.
MISE EN GARDE
N'utilisez pas les languettes du boîtier du port pour soulever le module. Elles ne sont pas conçues pour supporter le poids du
module, qui peut tomber et être endommagé.
PRECAUCIÓN
No utilice las pestañas de la tapa del puerto para levantar el módulo. No están diseñadas para soportar el peso del módulo, por
lo que este podría caerse y resultar dañado.
CAUTION
Use the screws specified in the procedure. Using longer screws can damage the device.
VORSICHT
Verwenden Sie die in der Anleitung aufgeführten Schrauben. Mit längeren Schrauben wird das Gerät möglicherweise beschädigt.
MISE EN GARDE
Utilisez les vis mentionnées dans les instructions. L'utilisation de vis plus longues peut endommager l'appareil.
PRECAUCIÓN
Utilice los tornillos especificados en el procedimiento. Si utiliza tornillos de mayor longitud, podría dañar el dispositivo.
CAUTION
Ensure that adequate ventilation is provided for the system. A 3 cm clearance is recommended above the device and 8 cm
clearance is recommended on each side.
VORSICHT
Stellen Sie sicher, dass das System ausreichend belüftet wird. Über dem Gerät wird 3 cm Freiraum, auf beiden Seiten jeweils 8
cm Freiraum empfohlen.
MISE EN GARDE
Assurez-vous que le circuit est correctement ventilé. Il est recommandé de conserver un espace de 3 cm au-dessus du
dispositif, et de 8 cm sur chaque côté.
PRECAUCIÓN
Asegúrese de proporcionar una ventilación adecuada al sistema. Se recomienda dejar 3 cm de espacio libre por encima del
dispositivo y 8 cm a cada lado.
CAUTION
Ensure that adequate ventilation and airflow is provided for the system. A 4.5 cm (1.77 in) clearance is recommended above and
below the device and 8 cm (3.15 in) clearance is recommended on each side.
VORSICHT
Achten Sie auf eine angemessene Belüftung und Luftzufuhr für das System. Ein Abstand von 4,5 cm über und unter dem Gerät
und von 8 cm auf jeder Seite wird empfohlen.
MISE EN GARDE
Assurez-vous que le système est correctement ventilé . Un dégagement de 4,5 cm (1,77 po) est recommandé au-dessus et en
dessous de l'appareil et un dégagement de 8 cm (3,15 po) est recommandé de chaque côté.
PRECAUCIÓN
Asegure una ventilación y un flujo de aire adecuados para el sistema. Se recomienda una holgura de 4.5 cm (1.77 in) por
encima y por debajo del dispositivo, y 8 cm (3.15 in) en cada lado.
Danger Notices
A Danger statement indicates conditions or situations that can be potentially lethal or extremely hazardous to you. Safety labels are also
attached directly to products to warn of these conditions or situations.
Ein Gefahrenhinweis warnt vor Bedingungen oder Situationen die tödlich sein können oder Sie extrem gefährden können.
Sicherheitsetiketten sind direkt auf den jeweiligen Produkten angebracht um vor diesen Bedingungen und Situationen zu warnen.
Un énoncé de danger indique des conditions ou des situations potentiellement mortelles ou extrêmement dangereuses. Des étiquettes de
sécurité sont posées directement sur le produit et vous avertissent de ces conditions ou situations.
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Una advertencia de peligro indica condiciones o situaciones que pueden resultar potencialmente letales o extremadamente peligrosas.
También habrá etiquetas de seguridad pegadas directamente sobre los productos para advertir de estas condiciones o situaciones.
General dangers
DANGER
The procedures in this manual are for qualified service personnel.
GEFAHR
Die Vorgehensweisen in diesem Handbuch sind für qualifiziertes Servicepersonal bestimmt.
DANGER
Les procédures décrites dans ce manuel doivent être effectuées par un personnel de maintenance qualifié.
PELIGRO
Los procedimientos de este manual deben llevarlos a cabo técnicos cualificados.
DANGER
Be careful not to accidently insert your fingers into the fan tray while removing it from the chassis. The fan may still be spinning at
a high speed.
GEFAHR
Die Finger dürfen nicht versehentlich in das Ventilatorblech gesteckt werden, wenn dieses vom Gehäuse abgenommen wird. Der
Ventilator kann sich unter Umständen noch mit hoher Geschwindigkeit drehen.
DANGER
Faites attention de ne pas insérer vos doigts accidentellement dans le boîtier du ventilateur lorsque vous le retirez du châssis. Il
est possible que le ventilateur tourne encore à grande vitesse.
PELIGRO
Procure no insertar los dedos accidentalmente en la bandeja del ventilador cuando esté desmontando el chasis. El ventilador
podría estar girando a gran velocidad.
DANGER
This equipment is suitable for mounting on concrete or other noncombustible surfaces only.
GEFAHR
Dieses Gerät darf nur auf Beton oder auf andere, nicht brennbare Flächen installiert werden.
DANGER
Cet équipement est adapté à être monté sur du béton ou seulement sur d'autres surfaces non combustibles.
PELIGRO
Este equipo es apto para el montaje solamente en superficies de concreto ó en otro tipos de superficies no combustibles.
Electrical dangers
DANGER
For safety reasons, the ESD wrist strap should contain a series 1 megaohm resistor.
GEFAHR
Aus Sicherheitsgründen sollte ein EGB-Armband zum Schutz von elektronischen gefährdeten Bauelementen mit einem 1
Megaohm-Reihenwiderstand ausgestattet sein.
DANGER
Pour des raisons de sécurité, la dragonne ESD doit contenir une résistance de série 1 méga ohm.
PELIGRO
Por razones de seguridad, la correa de muñeca ESD deberá contener un resistor en serie de 1 mega ohmio.
DANGER
Make sure that the power source circuits are properly grounded.
GEFAHR
Achten Sie darauf, dass die Stromquellen-Schaltkreise ordnungsgemäß geerdet sind.
DANGER
Assurez-vous que les circuits de la source d'alimentation soient équipés de mise à la terre.
PELIGRO
Asegúrese que los circuitos de la fuente de energia cuenten con una conexión a tierra apropriada.
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Danger Notices
DANGER
This device might have more than one power cord. To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect all power cords before
servicing.
GEFAHR
Dieses System ist möglicherweise mit mehr als einem Netzkabel ausgestattet. Trennen Sie stets die Verbindung aller Netzkabel,
bevor Sie Wartungsarbeiten durchführen, um dieGefahr eines Stromschlags auszuschließen.
DANGER
Ce commutateur peut comporter plusieurs cordons d'alimentation. Pour réduire les risques de choc électrique, déconnectez
tous les cordons d’alimentation avant d’effectuerl’entretien de l’appareil.
PELIGRO
Este conmutador podría tener más de un cable de alimentación. Para reducir el riesgo de sufrir una descarga eléctrica,
desconecte todos los cables de alimentación antes de proceder con la reparación.
DANGER
Make sure you use a power cord displaying the mark of the safety agency that defines the regulations for power cords in your
country. The mark is your assurance that the power cord can be used safely with the device.
GEFAHR
Achten Sie darauf, dass Sie ein Netzstromkabel verwenden, das entsprechend Ihrer nationalen Sicherheitsvorschriften
gekennzeichnet ist. Durch die Kennzeichnung ist sichergestellt, dass das Netzkabel gefahrlos für das Gerät verwendet werden
kann.
DANGER
Assurez-vous d'utiliser un cordon d'alimentation portant la marque de l'organisme responsable des normes de sécurité locales.
Cette marque vous assure que vous pouvez utiliser le cordon d'alimentation avec le dispositif en toute sécurité.
PELIGRO
Asegúrese de utilizar un cable de alimentación que muestre la marca de la agencia de seguridad que define las normas para los
cables de alimentación en su país. La marca es su garantía de que el cable de alimentación puede utilizarse de forma segura
con el dispositivo.
DANGER
To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect all power cords before servicing.
GEFAHR
Trennen Sie stets die Verbindung aller Netzkabel, bevor Sie Wartungsarbeiten durchführen, um die Gefahr eines Stromschlags
auszuschließen.
DANGER
Afin de réduire les risques de choc électrique, débranchez tous les cordons d’alimentation avant d’effectuer l’entretien de
l’appareil.
PELIGRO
Para reducir el riesgo de descarga eléctrica, desconecte todos los cables de alimentación antes de darle servicio.
DANGER
Disconnect the power cord from all power sources to completely remove power from the device.
GEFAHR
Ziehen Sie das Stromkabel aus allen Stromquellen, um sicherzustellen, dass dem Gerät kein Strom zugeführt wird.
DANGER
Débranchez le cordon d'alimentation de toutes les sources d'alimentation pour couper complètement l'alimentation du
dispositif.
PELIGRO
Para desconectar completamente la corriente del instrumento, desconecte el cordón de corriente de todas las fuentes de
corriente.
DANGER
To avoid high voltage shock, do not open the device while the power is on.
GEFAHR
Das eingeschaltete Gerät darf nicht geöffnet werden, da andernfalls das Risiko eines Stromschlags mit Hochspannung besteht.
DANGER
Afin d'éviter tout choc électrique, n'ouvrez pas l'appareil lorsqu'il est sous tension.
PELIGRO
Para evitar una descarga de alto voltaje, no abra el dispositivo mientras esté encendido.
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DANGER
If the installation requires a different power cord than the one supplied with the device, make sure you use a power cord
displaying the mark of the safety agency that defines the regulations for power cords in your country. The mark is your assurance
that the power cord can be used safely with the device.
GEFAHR
Falls für die Installation ein anderes Stromkabel erforderlich ist (wenn das mit dem Gerät gelieferte Kabel nicht passt), müssen
Sie sicherstellen, dass Sie ein Stromkabel mit dem Siegel einer Sicherheitsbehörde verwenden, die für die Zertifizierung von
Stromkabeln in Ihrem Land zuständig ist. Das Siegel ist Ihre Garantie, dass das Stromkabel sicher mit Ihrem Gerät verwendet
werden kann.
DANGER
Si l'installation nécessite un cordon d'alimentation autre que celui fourni avec le dispositif, assurez-vous d'utiliser un cordon
d'alimentation portant la marque de l'organisation responsable de la sécurité qui définit les normes et régulations pour les
cordons d'alimentation dans votre pays. Cette marque vous assure que vous pouvez utiliser le cordon d'alimentation avec le
dispositif en toute sécurité.
PELIGRO
Si la instalación requiere un cordón de corriente distinto al que se ha suministrado con el instrumento, verifique que usa un
cordón de corriente que venga con la marca de la agencia de seguridad que defina las regulaciones para cordones de corriente
en su país. Esta marca será su garantía de que el cordón de corriente puede ser utilizado con seguridad con el instrumento.
Dangers related to equipment weight
DANGER
Make sure the rack housing the device is adequately secured to prevent it from becoming unstable or falling over.
GEFAHR
Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gestell für die Unterbringung des Geräts auf angemessene Weise gesichert ist, so dass das Gestell
oder der Schrank nicht wackeln oder umfallen kann.
DANGER
Vérifiez que le bâti abritant le dispositif est bien fixé afin qu'il ne devienne pas instable ou qu'il ne risque pas de tomber.
PELIGRO
Verifique que el bastidor que alberga el instrumento está asegurado correctamente para evitar que pueda hacerse inestable o
que caiga.
DANGER
Use safe lifting practices when moving the product.
GEFAHR
Beim Bewegen des Produktes ist auf eine sichere Hubtechnik zu achten.
DANGER
Utiliser des techniques de levage sûres pour déplacer le produit.
PELIGRO
Tenga mucho cuidado al levantar el producto para moverlo
DANGER
Mount the devices you install in a rack as low as possible. Place the heaviest device at the bottom and progressively place lighter
devices above.
GEFAHR
Montieren Sie die Geräte im Gestell so tief wie möglich. Platzieren Sie das schwerste Gerät ganz unten, während leichtere
Geräte je nach Gewicht (je schwerer desto tiefer) darüber untergebracht werden.
DANGER
Montez les dispositifs que vous installez dans un bâti aussi bas que possible. Placez le dispositif le plus lourd en bas et le plus
léger en haut, en plaçant tous les dispositifs progressivement de bas en haut du plus lourd au plus léger.
PELIGRO
Monte los instrumentos que instale en un bastidor lo más bajos posible. Ponga el instrumento más pesado en la parte inferior y
los instrumentos progresivamente más livianos más arriba.
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DANGER
When mounting the device under a fixed surface, under a desk, or under a shelf, mount the device with the bottom panel down
and in a place where there is not much foot traffic. The fixed surface must be strong enough to withstand the weight of the device
such that the device or the surface does not fall down.
GEFAHR
Wenn Sie das Gerät unter einer festen Oberfläche, einem Tisch oder einem Regal montieren, tun Sie dies mit der Unterseite
nach unten und an einem Ort, an dem nicht viele Personen vorbeilaufen. Die feste Oberfläche muss stabil genug sein, um dem
Gewicht des Geräts standzuhalten.
DANGER
Lors du montage de l’appareil sous une surface fixe (sous un bureau ou une étagère), installez l'appareil avec le panneau arrière
pointé vers le bas et dans un endroit où il n'y a beaucoup de circulation piétonniaire. La surface fixe doit être suffisamment solide
pour supporter le poids de l’appareil de telle sorte que ni l’apprareil ni la surface ne puissent tomber.
PELIGRO
Cuando instale el dispositivo debajo de una superficie fija, debajo de un escritorio, o debajo de un estante, hágalo con el panel
inferior hacia abajo, en un lugar donde no se transite mucho. La superficie fija debe ser lo suficientemente fuerte como para
soportar el peso del dispositivo, de modo que el dispositivo o la superficie no se desprendan.
Laser dangers
DANGER
All fiber-optic interfaces use Class 1 lasers.
GEFAHR
Alle Glasfaser-Schnittstellen verwenden Laser der Klasse 1.
DANGER
Toutes les interfaces en fibre optique utilisent des lasers de classe 1.
PELIGRO
Todas las interfaces de fibra óptica utilizan láser de clase 1.
DANGER
Use only optical transceivers that are qualified by Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. and comply with the FDA Class 1
radiation performance requirements defined in 21 CFR Subchapter I, and with IEC 60825 and EN60825. Optical products that do
not comply with these standards might emit light that is hazardous to the eyes.
GEFAHR
Verwenden Sie nur optische Transceiver, die von Brocade Communications Systems zugelassen sind und die die Anforderungen
gemäß FDA Class 1 Radiation Performance Standards in 21 CFR, Unterkapitel I, sowie IEC 60825 und EN60825 erfüllen.
Optische Produkte, die diese Normen nicht erfüllen, können Strahlen aussenden, die für das menschliche Auge gefährlich sind.
DANGER
Utilisez uniquement des émetteurs-récepteurs optiques certifiés par Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. et conformes aux
exigences sur la puissance de rayonnement de catégorie 1 de la FDA définies au sous-chapitre 21 CFR I et à les normes IEC
60825 et EN60825. Les produits optiques non-conformes à ces normes sont susceptibles d’émettre une lumière dangereuse
pour les yeux.
PELIGRO
Utilice sólo transceptores ópticos aprobados por Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. y que cumplan con las normas IEC
60825 y EN60825, y con los estándares de rendimiento Clase 1 de FDA definidos en el subcapítulo I de 21 CFR. Los productos
ópticos que no cumplan con estos estándares pueden emitir luz dañina para los ojos.
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