Extreme Networks E4G Series Routers
Hardware Installation Guide
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Published: January 2013
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Contents
Preface.........................................................................................................................................................7
Audience ..................................................................................................................................................................7
Conventions .............................................................................................................................................................8
Related Publications.................................................................................................................................................8
PART 1: ABOUT THE E4G SERIES ROUTERS
Chapter 1: About the E4G Series Routers ............................................................................................. 13
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................13
E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers ..........................................................................................................................14
E4G-200 Cell Site Router Overview................................................................................................................14
E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Overview.........................................................................................................15
E4G-200 Series Alarms Interface ...................................................................................................................16
E4G-200 Series Power Supply .......................................................................................................................16
E4G-200 Series CLK Module ..........................................................................................................................17
E4G-200 Series F16T1E1 Module ..................................................................................................................17
E4G-200 Series LEDs .....................................................................................................................................18
E4G-200-12x LEDs .........................................................................................................................................19
E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router...................................................................................................................20
Combination Ports on the E4G-400 Router ....................................................................................................22
LEDs ...............................................................................................................................................................22
Power Supplies for the E4G-400.....................................................................................................................24
Optional Ports for the E4G-400 Router ...........................................................................................................25
XGM3S-2sf Option Card ..........................................................................................................................25
XGM3S-2xf Option Card ..........................................................................................................................26
XGM3SB-4sf Option Card........................................................................................................................26
E4G-B16T1E1 Option Card .....................................................................................................................26
Pluggable Interfaces for E4G Series Routers.........................................................................................................28
PART 2: INSTALLING HARDWARE
Chapter 2: Site Preparation ..................................................................................................................... 31
Planning Your Site..................................................................................................................................................32
Meeting Site Requirements ....................................................................................................................................32
Operating Environment Requirements ............................................................................................................32
Building and Electrical Codes ..................................................................................................................32
Equipment Location Considerations ........................................................................................................33
Temperature ............................................................................................................................................34
Humidity ...................................................................................................................................................34
Spacing Requirements and Airflow ..........................................................................................................34
Electrostatic Discharge ............................................................................................................................35
Rack and Cabinet Specifications and Recommendations...............................................................................35
Mechanical Recommendations for the Rack............................................................................................35
Protective Grounding for the Rack ...........................................................................................................36
Space Requirements for an E4G-400 Router ..........................................................................................36
Securing the Rack....................................................................................................................................36
Outdoor Installation Sites ................................................................................................................................37
Evaluating and Meeting Cable Requirements ........................................................................................................37
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Cabling Standards...........................................................................................................................................38
Cable Labeling and Record Keeping ..............................................................................................................38
Installing Cable................................................................................................................................................38
Fiber Optic Cable .....................................................................................................................................40
Cable Distances .......................................................................................................................................41
RJ-45 Connector Jackets ................................................................................................................................42
Radio Frequency Interference.........................................................................................................................42
Meeting Power Requirements ................................................................................................................................43
Power Supply Requirements...........................................................................................................................43
AC Power Cables ............................................................................................................................................43
Uninterruptible Power Supply Requirements ..................................................................................................44
Selecting a UPS.......................................................................................................................................44
Calculating Volt-Amperage Requirements ...............................................................................................44
UPS Transition Time ................................................................................................................................45
DC Power Requirements ................................................................................................................................45
Applicable Industry Standards................................................................................................................................45
Chapter 3: Installing an E4G Series Router ........................................................................................... 47
Pre-installation Requirements ................................................................................................................................47
Installing the E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers.....................................................................................................48
Installing the Router in the Rack .....................................................................................................................49
Grounding the Router......................................................................................................................................50
Preparing the DC Power Input Cable ..............................................................................................................51
Connecting the Router to DC Power ...............................................................................................................52
Installing and Connecting a Clock Module ......................................................................................................53
Connecting Timing Cables to the E4G-200 Series Router.......................................................................54
Installing a T1/E1 Module................................................................................................................................54
Connecting the Alarms Cable .........................................................................................................................55
Installing the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router .............................................................................................56
Mid-Mounting an E4G-400 Router in a Two-Post Rack ..................................................................................57
Front-Mounting an E4G-400 Router in a Two-Post Rack................................................................................58
Installing an AC Power Supply ........................................................................................................................59
Installing a DC Power Supply..........................................................................................................................60
Preparing the DC Cables .........................................................................................................................60
Installing the DC Power Supply ...............................................................................................................61
Connecting the Ground Wire ...................................................................................................................62
Connecting the Power Supply to the DC Source Voltage ...............................................................................63
Connecting the Model 10933 DC power supply to a +24V source ..........................................................64
Connecting the Model 10933 or 10934A DC power supply to a -48V source..........................................65
Installing Port Option Cards ............................................................................................................................67
Connecting Timing Cables to the E4G-400 Router .........................................................................................69
Connecting Cables to the E4G-B16T1E1 Module...........................................................................................69
Initial Startup ..........................................................................................................................................................71
Initial Management Access ....................................................................................................................................71
Connecting Equipment to the Console Port ....................................................................................................71
Logging In for the First Time ...........................................................................................................................71
PART 3: MAINTENANCE
Chapter 4: Maintenance Procedures ...................................................................................................... 75
Replacing an AC Power Supply in the E4G-400 Router ........................................................................................75
Replacing a DC Power Supply in the E4G-400 Router ..........................................................................................78
Removing the Power Supply ...........................................................................................................................78
Installing the Replacement Power Supply.......................................................................................................79
Connecting the Ground Wire...........................................................................................................................80
Connecting the Power Supply to the DC Source Voltage ...............................................................................80
Connecting the Model 10933 DC power supply to a +24V source ..........................................................81
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Connecting the Model 10933 or 10934A DC power supply to a -48V source..........................................83
Replacing a Fan Module in the E4G-400 Router....................................................................................................86
Replacing Optional Ports in the E4G-400 Router...................................................................................................87
Replacing a Clock Module in the E4G-200 Series Router......................................................................................88
Replacing a T1E1 Module in the E4G-200 Series Router ......................................................................................89
Removing an E4G-200 Series Router from an Equipment Rack ...........................................................................90
Removing an E4G-400 Router from an Equipment Rack.......................................................................................91
Removing a 300 W AC Power Supply.............................................................................................................91
Removing a 300 W DC Power Supply ............................................................................................................92
Removing the E4G-400 Router from the Rack................................................................................................92
PART 4: APPENDICES
Appendix A: Safety Information.............................................................................................................. 95
Considerations Before Installing.............................................................................................................................96
General Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................................................96
Maintenance Safety................................................................................................................................................97
Cable Routing for LAN Systems.............................................................................................................................97
Installing Power Supply Units and Connecting Power............................................................................................98
Selecting Power Supply Cords ...............................................................................................................................99
Battery Replacement and Disposal ......................................................................................................................100
Fiber Optic Ports and Optical Safety ....................................................................................................................100
SFP (Mini-GBIC), SFP+, and XFP Regulatory Compliance..........................................................................101
Safety Information for the E4G Series Routers ....................................................................................................101
Appendix B: Technical Specifications .................................................................................................109
E4G-200 Cell Site Router .....................................................................................................................................109
E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router ..............................................................................................................................113
E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router.................................................................................................................117
Power Supplies for the E4G-400 Router ..............................................................................................................123
Power Cord Requirements for AC Power Supplies.......................................................................................125
E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts .....................................................................................................................126
E4G-400 Connector Pinouts ................................................................................................................................129
Conformity Statements .........................................................................................................................................133
Declaration of Conformity to R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC for the European Community, Switzerland, Norway,
Iceland, and Liechtenstein ............................................................................................................................133
EMC Class A Statements..............................................................................................................................134
International—CISPR 22 Class A ..........................................................................................................134
FCC Class A ..........................................................................................................................................134
Canada Class A .....................................................................................................................................134
Japan (VCCI Class A) ............................................................................................................................134
Class A Notice for Taiwan and Other Traditional Chinese Markets .......................................................135
Telecom Approvals .......................................................................................................................................135
FCC Part 68 Notice ................................................................................................................................135
Canada CS-03 Certification ...................................................................................................................135
Japan: JATE Green Book ......................................................................................................................136
GR-1089-CORE Issue 6 Documentation Statements ...................................................................................136
ESD Mitigation .......................................................................................................................................136
Telcordia GR-1089 NEBS Standard for Electromagnetic Compatibility and Safety...............................136
Intrabuilding Lightning Surge and AC Power Fault ................................................................................136
Equipment Bonding Networks................................................................................................................137
Equipment Interfacing with AC Power Ports ..........................................................................................137
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Preface
This guide provides the instructions and supporting information needed to install the Extreme
Networks® E4G series routers.
The guide includes information about site preparation and router functionality.
Audience
This guide is intended for use by network administrators and equipment installers who are responsible
for installing and setting up network equipment. It assumes a basic working knowledge of:
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Standard equipment installation procedures, including remote location and electrical safety practices
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Local area networks (LANs)
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Ethernet concepts
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Ethernet switching and bridging concepts
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Routing concepts
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Time division multiplexing (TDM)
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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
See the ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide and the ExtremeXOS Command Reference Guide for information about
configuring Extreme Networks E4G series routers.
NOTE
If the information in an installation note or release note shipped with your Extreme Networks equipment
differs from the information in this guide, follow the installation or release note.
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Conventions
Table 1 and Table 2 list conventions used throughout this guide.
Table 1: Notice Icons
Icon
Notice Type
Alerts you to...
Note
Important features or instructions.
Caution
Risk of personal injury, system damage, or loss of data.
Warning
Risk of severe personal injury.
Table 2: Text Conventions
Convention
Description
Screen displays
This typeface represents information as it appears on the screen, or command
syntax.
Words in italicized type
Italics emphasize a point of information or denote new terms at the place where
they are defined in the text.
Book titles are printed in italics.
Related Publications
The documentation set for Extreme Networks ExtremeXOS® switches and routers includes:
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ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide
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ExtremeXOS Command Reference Guide
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ExtremeXOS Release Notes
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ExtremeXOS Hardware and Software Compatibility Matrix
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Extreme Networks E4G Series Routers Hardware Installation Guide (this guide)
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BlackDiamond 8800 Series Switches Hardware Installation Guide
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BlackDiamond X8 Series Switches Hardware Installation Guide
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BlackDiamond® 20800 Series Switches Hardware Installation Guide (legacy product)
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BlackDiamond 10808 Switch Hardware Installation Guide (legacy product)
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BlackDiamond 12800 Series Switches Hardware Installation Guide (legacy product)
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Summit Family Switches Hardware Installation Guide
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Extreme Networks Pluggable Interface Modules Installation Guide
Hardware and software documentation for Extreme Networks products is available from the Extreme
Networks website at the following location:
http://www.extremenetworks.com/go/documentation
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Related Publications
You can download software concepts guides and reference guides, hardware installation guides, and
other documents.
Under your product warranty or with a current support contract, you can access software release notes
and entitled software from the eSupport web pages at:
https://esupport.extremenetworks.com/
For instructions on accessing and downloading software and software release notes, see the Technical
Assistance Center User Guide at:
http://www.extremenetworks.com/services/tac-userguide.aspx
NOTE
You must have an active support agreement or a product registered to you in order to receive an eSupport
login and access to Extreme Networks software release notes.
To request an eSupport user name and password, select the Request Web Login link on the eSupport
home page at:
https://esupport.extremenetworks.com
You can see complete information about all of our services online at:
http://www.extremenetworks.com/solutions/service-solutions.aspx
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About the E4G Series
Routers
PA R T
1
About the E4G Series Routers
CHAPTER
This chapter describes the Extreme Networks E4G series routers and includes the following sections:
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Overview on page 13
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E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers on page 14
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E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router on page 20
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Pluggable Interfaces for E4G Series Routers on page 28
Overview
The Extreme Networks E4G router family consists of the E4G-200 series cell site routers (E4G-200 and
E4G-200-12x), and the E4G-400 cell site aggregation router. These routers provide high-bandwidth
capacity, highly accurate and flexible timing, and Operations Administration and Maintenance (OAM)
capabilities that support service level agreement (SLA) metrics. They support time-division multiplexing
pseudowire end-to-end emulation (TDM PWE3). PWE allows the simultaneous support of multiple
generations of services (2G, 3G and 4G) over the same Ethernet backhaul network without having to
remove legacy T1/E1 equipment and incur associated costs.
The E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers collect traffic from cell site towers for handoff to the mobile
backhaul network. The E4G-200 series routers connect to the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router,
which aggregates T1, E1. and Ethernet traffic for handoff to the mobile core (see Figure 1).
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Figure 1: Mobile Backhaul Architecture
Cell Site
Cell-Site Aggregation
Mobile Core
2G / 3G / 4G
Cell Site
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E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers
There are two models in the E4G-200 series: the E4G-200 and the E4G-200-12x.
E4G-200 Cell Site Router Overview
The Extreme Networks E4G-200 router provides 12 resilient synchronous Gigabit Ethernet ports (eight
RJ-45 and four SFP) and 16 T1/E1 ports in a compact 1RU unit. The Ethernet ports support both IEEE
1588v2 and Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) timing, and the T1/E1 ports support time division
multiplexing (TDM) timing.
The E4G-200 router provides high-performance pseudowire capability, supporting both CESoPSN
(channelized) and SAToP (unframed and unchannelized) TDM services. Deployed at the cell site,
E4G-200 router collects traffic from 2G, 3G, and 4G radio towers for handoff to the mobile backhaul
over fiber or microwave.
The E4G-200 router’s extended temperature range of -40°C to +65°C allows service providers to deploy
the E4G-200 router at sites without climate control.
The E4G-200 cell site router front panel (Figure 2) has the following features:
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Alarms port implemented as a DB-15 connector.
For details about the connector, see “E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts” on page 126.
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Management and console ports
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Eight 10/100/1000BASE-T (RJ-45) dedicated ports
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E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers
Four 100/1000BASE-X (SFP) ports
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These ports require Extreme Networks optical modules that are designed for use within the
temperature range of the router.
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Slot for hot-swappable clock module
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Slot for hot-swappable T1/E1 module with 16 ports
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Grounding lug
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Redundant DC input power connectors
Figure 2: E4G-200 Cell Site Router Front Panel
1
7
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
8
=
=
=
=
Alarms connection
Management and console ports
RJ-45 dedicated ports
SFP ports
CSR_020
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
Slot for E4G-200 CLK module
Slot for F16T1E1 module
Grounding lug
DC input power connectors
E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Overview
The Extreme Networks E4G-200-12x router provides 12 Gigabit SFP ports and 16 T1/E1 ports in a
compact 1RU unit. The Ethernet ports support both IEEE 1588v2 and Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE)
timing, and the T1/E1 ports support time division multiplexing (TDM) timing.
The E4G-200-12x router provides high-performance pseudowire capability, supporting both CESoPSN
(channelized) and SAToP (unframed and unchannelized) TDM services. Deployed at the cell site, the
E4G-200-12x cell site router collects traffic from 2G, 3G, and 4G radio towers for handoff to the mobile
backhaul over fiber or microwave.
The E4G-200-12x router’s extended temperature range of -40°C to +65°C allows service providers to
deploy the E4G-200-12x router at sites without climate control.
The E4G-200-12x cell site router front panel (Figure 3) has the following features:
●
Alarms port implemented as a DB-15 connector.
For details about the connector, see “E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts” on page 126.
●
Management and console ports
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12 100/1000BASE-X (SFP) ports
These ports require Extreme Networks optical modules that are designed for use within the
temperature range of the router.
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Slot for hot-swappable clock module
●
Slot for hot-swappable T1/E1 module with 16 ports
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Grounding lug
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Redundant DC input power connectors
Figure 3: E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Front Panel
1
2
3
4
5
E4G-200X
6
1
2
3
4
=
=
=
=
7
Alarms connection
Management and console ports
SFP ports
Slot for E4G-200 CLK module
5 = Slot for F16T1E1 module
6 = Grounding lug
7 = DC input power connectors
E4G-200 Series Alarms Interface
The alarms interface for both the E4G-200 and E4G-200-12x routers is implemented as a DB-15 female
connector. This interface relays alarms to an external device (output alarms) and monitors alarms from
an external device (input alarms). The alarms are controlled from the ExtremeXOS software.
The alarms interface provides two input alarms and eleven output alarms. Input alarms can be
configured to monitor alarms from an external source and raise a trap or flag, or to be an input source
to clear Minor or Major alarms. The output alarms can be connected to an external visual or an audible
interface. The output alarms can be either persistent or non-persistent. For information about
configuring alarms, refer to the ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide.
For details about the connector, see “E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts” on page 126.
E4G-200 Series Power Supply
Both the E4G-200 and E4G-200-12x routers have an integrated DC power supply with dual feeds on the
front panel. Power feed A can be connected to one power source and power feed B can be connected to
a different power source to provide protection should either source of power fail. The power supply is
not field-replaceable.
The back panel of the E4G-200 and E4G-200-12x router provides an alternate attachment point for the
grounding lug.
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E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers
E4G-200 Series CLK Module
An optional clock module (Figure 4) for both E4G-200 Series routers provides timing based on either of
the following protocols:
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ITU-T Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) protocol
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Precision Time Protocol based on the IEEE specification 1588v2
The clock module has four mini-BNC connectors providing Sync In/Sync Out timing interfaces and an
RJ-45 connector that provides an RS-422 BITS-IN interface. Clock modules can be installed or removed
without powering down the router, although a system reboot is required to initialize the module.
Figure 4: E4G-200 Series Clock Module
1
2
CSR_012
3
1 = LED
2 = Sync In/Sync Out interfaces
3 = BITS IN interface
E4G-200 Series F16T1E1 Module
The F16T1E1 module for both E4G-200 Series router provides 16 T1/E1 ports implemented as RJ-45
connectors (Figure 5. These support circuit emulations via industry-standard pseudowires, allowing the
transformation of TDM cell sites to Ethernet/IP/MPLS cell sites. T1/E1 modules can be installed
or removed without powering down the router, although a system reboot is required to initialize
the module.
Figure 5: E4G-200 Series F16T1E1 Module
1
2
CSR_015
1 = LEDs
2 = T1/E1 ports
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E4G-200 Series LEDs
Table 3 describes the LEDs on the E4G-200 Cell Site Router. and Table 4 describes the LEDs on the
E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router.
Table 3: LEDs on the E4G-200 Cell Site Router
Label/type
Color/State
Meaning
Steady green
Power-on self- test (POST) passed, normal operation
Blinking green
POST in progress
Amber
POST failed or system has overheated.
Off
No power
Steady green
Normal operation
Blinking amber
Failure
Off
No power
Steady green
Normal operation.
System LEDs
MGMT
FAN
PSU-1, PSU-2
Blinking amber
Power failure.
Off
No power attached to this connector.
Blinking green
Packet transmitting or receiving
Off
No packet transmitting or receiving
Blinking green
Link up
Off
No link or port disabled
Steady green
Link exists
Blinking green
Activity occurring
Off
No link or port is disabled
MGMT Port LEDs
ACT
LINK
Port LEDs
Ports 1 through 8
(above ports)
Ports 9
through 12
(on SFP cages)
Steady green
Link exists
Blinking green
Activity occurring
Off
No link or port is disabled
Steady green
3.3V power OK
Off
No power
Clock Module LED
PWR
F16T1E1 Module LEDs
Local
(Alarm LED)
Remote
(Alarm LED)
On-Line
Steady green
Local alarm active
Blinking green
Local alarm active but silenced
Off
No local alarm active
Steady green
Remote alarm active
Blinking green
Remote alarm active but silenced
Off
No remote alarm active
Steady green
On line
Off
Off line
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Table 3: LEDs on the E4G-200 Cell Site Router (Continued)
Label/type
Color/State
Meaning
PWR
Steady green
Normal operation
Off
No power
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
Port LEDs
(1 through16)
E4G-200-12x LEDs
Table 4 describes the LEDs on the E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router.
Table 4: LEDs on the E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router
Label/type
Color/State
Meaning
Steady green
Power-on self- test (POST) passed, normal operation
Blinking green
POST in progress
Amber
POST failed or system has overheated.
Off
No power
Steady green
Normal operation
Blinking amber
Failure
Off
No power
Steady green
Normal operation.
System LEDs
MGMT
FAN
PSU-1, PSU-2
Blinking amber
Power failure.
Off
No power attached to this connector.
Blinking green
Packet transmitting or receiving
Off
No packet transmitting or receiving
Blinking green
Link up
Off
No link or port disabled
Steady green
Link exists
Blinking green
Activity occurring
Off
No link or port is disabled
Steady green
3.3V power OK
Off
No power
MGMT Port LEDs
ACT
LINK
Port LEDs
Ports 1
through 12
(on SFP cages)
Clock Module LED
PWR
F16T1E1 Module LEDs
Local
(Alarm LED)
Steady green
Local alarm active
Blinking green
Local alarm active but silenced
Off
No local alarm active
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Table 4: LEDs on the E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router (Continued)
Label/type
Color/State
Meaning
Remote
(Alarm LED)
Steady green
Remote alarm active
Blinking green
Remote alarm active but silenced
Off
No remote alarm active
On-Line
Steady green
On line
Off
Off line
PWR
Steady green
Normal operation
Off
No power
Steady green
Link OK
Port LEDs
(1 through16)
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
The E4G-400 cell site aggregation router is a 1RU unit that allows networks to aggregate multiple
Ethernet links from various cell sites and route the traffic to the mobile core. The E4G-400 router
provides 28 Gigabit Ethernet ports and port options for up to six 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, as well as a
16-port T1/E1 module with pseudowire capability. The T1/E1 module is used where 2G and 3G radios
are co-located at the aggregation site, and eliminates the need for separate cell site routers.
The Gigabit and 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports on the E4G-400 router support Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE)
and IEEE 1588v2 timing. Integrated timing connectors on the front panel provide timing based on either
the ITU-T Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) protocol or the Precision Time Protocol based on IEEE
specification 1588v2. Four mini-BNC connectors providing Sync In/Sync Out timing interfaces and an
RJ-422 connector provides a BITS-IN interface.
The E4G-400 router has 4 shared ports. For each pair of shared ports, either the 10/100/1000BASE-T
port (RJ45) or 100/1000BASE-X (SFP) port can be used as needed.
The E4G-400 router supports stacking using ports on installed port option cards at the back of the unit.
Up to eight units can be connected into a single management entity that has up to 192 Gigabit Ethernet
ports and up to 32 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports.
At the back of the unit are two bays for either AC or DC power supplies. One 300 W AC or DC power
supply is included with the base unit. A redundant power supply must be ordered separately. You can
mix any combination of 300 W AC and DC power supplies based on the need at the particular site. For
example, you can have a DC main power feed and an AC input backup from an uninterruptible power
supply (UPS).
The front panel of the E4G-400 router (Figure 6) has the following features:
●
Twenty 10/100/1000BASE-T (RJ-45) dedicated ports
●
Four 100/1000BASE-X (SFP) or 10/100/1000BASE-T (RJ-45) shared ports
●
Four 100/1000BASE-X (SFP) dedicated ports
●
Timing interfaces
●
BITS-IN interface
●
Console port
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●
Stack number indicator
●
Management and USB ports
Figure 6: E4G-400 Front Panel
1
5
2
6
3
4
7
8
CSR_001
1
2
3
4
=
=
=
=
RJ-45 ports
SFP ports
Timing connections (Mini-BNC connectors)
BITS IN connector (RJ-45 connector)
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
Stack number indicator
Management and USB ports
Shared ports
Console port
Status LEDs on the E4G-400 router are described in Table 5 on page 22.
The rear panel of the E4G-400 router (Figure 7) has the following features:
●
●
Slot A for one of the following port option cards:
-
XGM3S-2xf option card (2 XFP with Sync-E for stacking or data links)
-
XGM3S-2sf option card (2 SFP+ with Sync-E for stacking or data links)
Slot B for one of the following optional port cards:
-
XGM3SB-4sf option card (4 SFP+ with Sync-E for data links)
-
E4G-B16T1E1 option card (2 MRJ21 with 8 TDM ports per MRJ21 connector)
Option cards in Slot A and Slot B are hot-pluggable.
●
Hot-swappable fan tray
●
Two bays for AC or DC power supplies
To provide redundant power to the router, you can install two AC power supplies, two DC power
supplies, or a combination of an AC and DC power supply.
Figure 7: E4G-400 Back Panel
1
2
3
4
CSR_021
1
2
3
4
=
=
=
=
Slot A
Slot B
Fan tray
Power supply bays
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Combination Ports on the E4G-400 Router
The E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router provides four uplink ports implemented as combination
ports that pair a copper port using RJ-45 connectors with an optical port using LC connectors. The
copper port operates as an autonegotiating 10/100/1000BASE-T port. The optical port allows Gigabit
Ethernet uplink connections through Extreme Networks small form factor pluggable (SFP) interface
modules.
The E4G-400 router supports automatic failover from an active fiber port to a copper backup or from an
active copper port to a fiber port. If one of the uplink connections fails, the uplink connection
automatically fails over to the second connection. To set up a redundant link on a combination port,
connect the active 1000BASE-T and fiber links to both the RJ-45 and SFP interfaces of that port.
Gigabit Ethernet uplink redundancy on the E4G-400 router follows these rules:
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With both the SFP and 1000BASE-T interfaces connected on a combination port, only one interface
can be activated. The other is inactive.
●
If only one interface is connected, the switch activates the connected interface.
●
The router determines whether the port uses the fiber or copper connection based on the order in
which the connectors are inserted into the router. When the router senses that an SFP and a copper
connector are inserted, the router enables the uplink redundancy feature. For example, if you first
connect copper ports 21 and 22, and then insert SFPs into optical ports 21 and 22, the router assigns
the copper ports as active ports and the fiber ports as redundant ports.
Hardware identifies when a link is lost and responds by swapping the primary and redundant ports to
maintain stability. After a failover occurs, the router keeps the current port assignment until another
failure occurs or a user changes the assignment using the CLI. For more information about configuring
automatic failover on combination ports, see the ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide.
LEDs
Table 5 describes the LEDs on the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Table 5: LEDs on the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Type/Label
Color/State
Meaning
Steady green
Power-on self test (POST) completed successfully; normal
operation.
Blinking green
POST is in progress.
Amber
POST failed, or the system has over-heated.
Off
No external power attached.
Steady green
Normal operation.
Blinking amber
Failure.
Off
No power.
Steady green
Normal operation.
Steady amber
Power is attached, but no power is on.
Blinking amber
Failure.
Off
No power is attached.
Front Panel LEDs
MGMT
FAN
PSU-1, PSU-2
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Table 5: LEDs on the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router (Continued)
Type/Label
Color/State
Meaning
Slot-A, Slot-B
Steady green
Port option card is installed in the indicated slot at the back
of the router.
Off
No port option card is installed in the indicated slot at the
back of the router.
2-digit Stack Number Indicator
Left digit (1)
Reserved for future use
Right digit (1 – 8)
Upper half blinking
This router is the stack master node.
Indicates the position
of this router in a
stacked configuration.
Lower half blinking
This router is the stack backup node.
Lit steadily
This router is a standby node in the stack.
Ethernet Ports
1 through 28
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
Management Port
Back Panel
Port LED on installed
XGM3S-2sf option card
Port LED on installed
XGM3S-2xf option card
Port LED on installed
XGM3SB-4xf option
card (S1 through S4)
Port LED on installed
E4G-B16T1E1 module
(1 through16)
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
Steady green
Link OK
Blinking green
Activity
Off
No link, or port is disabled.
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Power Supplies for the E4G-400
The E4G-400 router is compatible with the following power supplies:
●
300W AC power supply (model number 10930A)
●
300W DC power supply (model number 10934A)
●
300W DC Power supply (model number 10933)
An E4G-400 router accommodates one or two 300 W power supplies. You can combine AC and DC
power supplies in the same E4G-400 router. In a redundant power configuration, both power supplies
are fully fault-tolerant and load-sharing. You can remove one power supply without interrupting
router operation.
NOTE
An AC power input cord is not provided with a 300 W AC power supply. You can order an appropriate cord
from Extreme Networks or from your local supplier. The power cord must meet the requirements listed in “Power
Supplies for the E4G-400 Router” on page 123.
The 300 W AC power supply model 10930A has the status LEDs listed in Table 6.
Table 6: 300 W AC Power Supply LEDs
LED Label and Color
AC IN
OK
Green
DC Out
OK
Green/red bicolor
Meaning
Off
Off
No AC input power
Off
Steady red
No AC input power; receiving standby output from system.
On
Off
AC input good; 12 V output is disabled. Standby output is ON.
On
Steady red
AC input good; fault in 12 V output.
On
Flashing green and
red
AC input good, 12 V output good.
Power supply alert: power supply is likely to fail because of a developing fault,
such as abnormal thermal conditions or poor fan performance.
On
Steady green
AC input good; DC outputs good.
The 300 W DC power supply (models 10934A and 10933) has the status LEDs listed in Table 7.
NOTE
The model 10933 is the recommended DC power supply
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Table 7: 300 W DC Power Supply (models 10934A and 10933) LEDs
LED Label and Color
DC In
OK
Green
DC Out
OK
Green/red bicolor
Meaning
Off
Off
No DC input power
Off
Steady red
No DC input power; receiving standby output from system.
On
Off
DC input is good; 12 V output is disabled. Standby output is ON.
On
Steady red
DC input is good; fault in 12 V output.
On
Flashing green and
red
DC input is good, 12 V output is good.
Power supply alert: power supply is likely to fail because of a developing fault,
such as abnormal thermal conditions or poor fan performance.
On
Steady green
DC input is good; DC outputs are good.
Optional Ports for the E4G-400 Router
The rear panel of the E4G-400 router has two slots for installing optional port cards.
Slot A accommodates either of the following option cards:
●
XGM3S-2sf option card
●
XGM3S-2xf option card
Slot B accommodates either of the following options cards:
●
XGM3SB-4sf option card
●
E4G-B16T1E1 option card
XGM3S-2sf Option Card
The XGM3S-2sf option card (Figure 8) allows you to add one or two 10-Gigabit SFP+ optical ports to
slot A on the rear panel of an E4G-400 router. These ports support synchronous Ethernet and can be
used for stacking connections or data links. The XGM3S-2sf option card supports either SFP+ optical
modules or an SFP+ direct-attach passive copper cable.
Figure 8: XGM3S-2sf Option Card
1
2
1 = SFP+ ports
2 = LEDs
CSR_022
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XGM3S-2xf Option Card
The XGM3S-2xf option card (Figure 9) allows you to add one or two 10-Gigabit XFP optical ports to
Slot A on the rear panel of the E4G-400 router. These ports support synchronous Ethernet and can be
used for stacking connections or data links.
Figure 9: XGM3S-2xf Option Card
2
2
1
CSR_023
1 = XFP ports
2 = LEDs
XGM3SB-4sf Option Card
The XGM3SB-4sf option card (Figure 10) allows you to add up to four 10-Gigabit SFP+ optical ports to
Slot B on the rear panel of the E4G-400 router. These ports support synchronous Ethernet and can be
used for data links. The XGM3SB-4sf option card supports either SFP+ optical modules or the SFP+
direct-attach passive copper cable.
Figure 10: XGM3SB-4sf Option Card
2
2
1
CSR_024
1 = SFP+ ports
2 = LEDs
E4G-B16T1E1 Option Card
The E4G-B16T1E1 option card (Figure 11) allows you to add 16 T1/E1 ports with pseudowire emulation
to slot B on the rear panel of the E4G-400 router. This option card has two MRJ21 connectors, each one
providing eight ports. Connections to these connectors are made in either of the following ways:
●
A special fan-out cable that connects to the module and provides eight separate RJ-45 connectors at
the other end. (See Appendix B for more information about this cable.)
●
A straight MRJ21-to-MRJ21 cable that connects to a breakout panel
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Figure 11: E4G-B16T1E1 Option Card
1
2
1
3
2
CSR_026
1 = SFP+ ports
2 = LEDs
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Pluggable Interfaces for E4G Series Routers
Ports on E4G series routers are compatible with a variety of optical modules, including SFP+ and XFP
modules. Extreme Networks optical modules are tested to work in all supported Extreme Networks
devices. We recommend that all customers use Extreme Networks optical modules in their Extreme
Networks devices. Extreme Networks assumes no liability for third-party optical modules. Although
Extreme Networks does not block third-party optical modules, we cannot ensure that all third-party
optical modules operate properly in all Extreme Networks devices. The customer assumes all risks
associated with using third-party optical modules in Extreme Networks devices.
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Installing Hardware
PA R T
2
Site Preparation
CHAPTER
This chapter includes the following sections:
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Planning Your Site on page 32
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Meeting Site Requirements on page 32
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Evaluating and Meeting Cable Requirements on page 37
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Meeting Power Requirements on page 43
●
Applicable Industry Standards on page 45
By carefully planning your site, you can maximize the performance of your existing network and ensure
that it is ready to migrate to future networking technologies.
The information in this chapter is intended for the system administrator, network equipment technician,
network manager, or facilities manager responsible for installing and managing the network hardware.
The chapter assumes a working knowledge of local area network (LAN) operations, and a familiarity
with communications protocols that are used on interconnected LANs.
Only qualified service personnel should install, maintain, or remove Extreme Networks equipment.
Qualified service personnel have had appropriate technical training and experience that is necessary to
be aware of the hazards to which they are exposed when performing a task and of measures to
minimize the danger to themselves or other people.
NOTE
Before installing or removing any components of the system, or before carrying out any maintenance
procedures, read the safety information in Appendix A of this guide.
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Planning Your Site
To install your equipment successfully, you should plan the site carefully. The site planning process has
three major parts:
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Meeting site requirements
The physical installation site must meet the following requirements for a safe and successful
installation:
●
-
Building and electrical code requirements
-
Environmental, safety, and thermal requirements for the equipment you plan to install
-
Equipment rack requirements
Evaluating and meeting cable requirements
After examining your physical site and verifying that all environment requirements are met, evaluate
and compare your existing cable plant with the requirements of the Extreme Networks equipment to
determine if you need to install new cables.
●
Meeting power requirements
To run your equipment safely, you must meet the specific power requirements for each router and
external power supply unit installed in the system. For power specifications of the router and power
supplies, see the specific router models listed in Appendix B.
Meeting Site Requirements
This section describes requirements to consider when preparing your installation site, and includes the
following topics:
●
Operating Environment Requirements (next section)
●
Rack and Cabinet Specifications and Recommendations on page 35
●
Outdoor Installation Sites on page 37
Operating Environment Requirements
Verify that your site meets all environmental and safety requirements.
Virtually all areas of the United States are regulated by building codes and standards. During the early
planning stages of installing or modifying your network, it is important that you develop a thorough
understanding of the regulations that pertain to your location and industry.
Building and Electrical Codes
Building and electrical codes vary depending on your location. Comply with all code specifications
when planning your site and installing cable. This section lists resources for obtaining additional
information.
For information about major building codes, consult the following organization:
International Code Council (ICC), 5203 Leesburg Pike; Falls Church, Virginia 22041 USA.
http://www.iccsafe.org
http://www.sbcci.org
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The organizations listed in Table 8 are authorities on electrical codes.
Table 8: Authorities on Electrical Codes
Organization
Address
Web Site URL
National Electrical Code (NEC) Classification (USA only)
NFPA
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts
02169
USA
http://www.nfpa.org
UL
333 Pfingsten Road
Northbrook, Illinois
60062-2096
USA
http://www.ul.com
NEMA
1300 N. 17th Street
Rosslyn, Virginia 22209
USA
http://www.nema.org
EIA
2500 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, Virginia 22201
USA
http://www.eia.org
FCC
445 12th Street S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554
USA
http://www.fcc.gov
Recognized authority on safe electrical wiring. Federal,
state, and local governments use NEC standards to
establish their own laws, ordinances, and codes on wiring
specifications. The NEC classification is published by the
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Underwriters’ Laboratory (UL) (USA only)
Independent research and testing laboratory. UL evaluates
the performance and capability of electrical wiring and
equipment to determine whether they meet certain safety
standards when properly used. Acceptance is usually
indicated by the words “UL Approved” or “UL Listed.”
National Electrical Manufacturing Association (NEMA)
(USA only)
Organization of electrical product manufacturers. Members
develop consensus standards for cables, wiring, and
electrical components.
Electronics Industries Alliance (EIA)
Trade association that develops technical standards,
disseminates marketing data, and maintains contact with
government agencies in matters relating to the electronics
industry.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (USA only)
Commission that regulates all interstate and foreign
electrical communication systems that originate in the United
States according to the Communications Act of 1934. The
FCC regulates all U.S. telephone and cable systems.
Equipment Location Considerations
Be aware of the following recommendations for your equipment location:
●
Be sure that your system is readily accessible for installation and service. See “Rack and Cabinet
Specifications and Recommendations” on page 35 for information.
●
Use appropriate AC or DC power, power distribution, and grounding for your specific installation.
●
Use a vinyl floor covering in wiring closets or other indoor equipment locations. (Concrete floors
accumulate dust, and carpets can cause static electricity.)
●
Prevent unauthorized access to equipment locations by providing door locks. Install the equipment
in a secured, enclosed, and restricted access location, ensuring that only qualified service personnel
have access to the equipment.
●
Provide adequate overhead lighting for easy maintenance.
●
Be sure that each equipment location has a suitable ground. All equipment racks and equipment
installed in the closet should be grounded.
●
Be sure that all system environmental requirements are met, such as ambient temperature and
humidity.
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NOTE
Extreme Networks recommends that you consult an electrical contractor for commercial building and
wiring specifications.
Temperature
It is important to keep installed equipment within the thermal operating specifications for optimum
performance and safety.
Install the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router only in a temperature-controlled and
humidity-controlled indoor area that is free of airborne materials that can conduct electricity. Too much
humidity can cause a fire. Too little humidity can produce electrical shock and fire.
Follow these general thermal recommendations for the location of your equipment:
●
Be sure that the ventilation in the installation site is adequate to maintain a temperature below 50° C
(113° F) for the E4G-400 router or below 65° C (149° F) for the E4G-200 series router.
●
Install a reliable air conditioning and ventilation system for indoor locations.
●
Keep the ventilation in wiring closets running during non-business hours to prevent overheating of
the equipment.
●
Maintain an ambient operating temperature range of -10° to 50° C (14° to 122° F) for the E4G-400
router or a range of -40° to 65° C (-49° to 149° F) for the E4G-200 series router.
●
Maintain a storage temperature of -40° to 70° C (-40° to 158° F).
NOTE
As with all electrical equipment, Extreme Networks product lifetimes degrade with increased temperature.
If possible, temperatures should be kept at approximately 78° F (25° C) or lower.
Humidity
To maximize equipment life, keep operating humidity between 50% and 70% relative humidity
(non-condensing) during typical operation. The equipment can operate between 10% and 95% relative
humidity (non-condensing) for short intervals.
Spacing Requirements and Airflow
Be sure that cables and other equipment do not block the air intake or outflow on an Extreme Networks
router. It is best to have at least 3 inches (8 cm) of clear space in front of the air intake and outflow vents
on the sides of the router; airflow moves from side to side. For proper airflow through an E4G series
router, leave clear space on the left and right sides of the router.
Depending on other conditions in the equipment room, it may be possible to install the routers closer to
each other; consult your Extreme Networks Customer Support representative for guidance.
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Electrostatic Discharge
Your system must be protected from static electricity or electrostatic discharge (ESD). Take the following
measures to ensure optimum system performance:
●
Remove materials that can cause electrostatic generation (such as synthetic resins) from the
equipment location. Check the appropriateness of floor mats and flooring.
●
Connect metal chassis, conduit, and other metals to ground using dedicated copper grounding lines.
●
Use electrostatically safe equipment. If you are working with pluggable interface modules, wear an
ESD-preventive device such as a wrist strap, and connect the metal end to a grounded equipment
rack or other source of ground.
Rack and Cabinet Specifications and Recommendations
Racks and cabinets should conform to conventional standards. In the United States, use EIA Standard
RS-310C: Racks, Panels, and Associated Equipment. In countries other than the United States, use IEC
Standard 297. In addition, verify that your rack meets the basic mechanical, space, and earthquake
requirements that are described in this section.
Mechanical Recommendations for the Rack
Use equipment racks that meet the following mechanical recommendations:
●
Use an open style, 19-inch rack to facilitate easy maintenance and to provide proper ventilation.
●
Use a rack made of steel or aluminum.
●
The rack should use the universal mounting rail hole pattern that is identified in IEC Standard 297.
●
The rack should have designated earth grounding connections (typically on the base).
●
The rack must meet earthquake safety requirements equal to that of the installed system.
●
The mounting holes should be flush with the rails to accommodate the installed system.
●
The rack should support approximately 600 pounds (272 kilograms).
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Protective Grounding for the Rack
Use a rack grounding kit and a ground conductor that is carried back to earth or to another suitable
building ground.
At a minimum, follow these guidelines to ground equipment racks to the earth ground:
●
CAD weld appropriate wire terminals to building I-beams or earth ground rods.
●
Use a minimum 14 AWG stranded copper wire for grounding an E4G-200 series router or a
DC-powered E4G-400 router.
An AC-powered E4G-400 router does not need separate chassis grounding.
●
Position the earth ground as close to the equipment rack as possible to maintain the shortest wiring
distance possible.
●
Use a ground impedance tester or micro-ohm meter to test the quality of earth ground connection at
the chassis. This will ensure good grounding between the chassis, rack, and earth ground.
Extreme Networks equipment is designed with mounting brackets that provide solid metal-to-metal
connection to the rack. Before you install an E4G series router in an equipment rack, clean the rack and
mounting bracket surfaces and apply an antioxidant. When you secure an E4G series router to the rack,
use thread-forming mounting screws that remove any paint or non-conductive coatings and establish
metal-to-metal contact.
NOTE
Because building codes vary worldwide, Extreme Networks strongly recommends that you consult an
electrical contractor to ensure proper equipment grounding for your specific installation.
Space Requirements for an E4G-400 Router
Provide enough space in front of and behind the router so that you can service it easily. Allow a
minimum of 48 inches (122 cm) in front of the rack and 30 inches (76 cm) behind the rack. When using a
relay (two-post) rack, provide a minimum of 24 inches (61 cm) of space behind the mounted equipment.
Extra room on each side is optional.
Securing the Rack
The rack should be attached to the floor with 3/8-inch (9.5 mm) lag screws or equivalent hardware. The
floor under the rack should be level within 3/16-inch (5 mm). Use a floor-leveling cement compound if
necessary or bolt the racks to the floor as shown in Figure 12.
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Figure 12: Properly Secured Rack
CSR_030
Brace open equipment racks if the channel thickness is less than 1/4 inch (6.4 mm).
Outdoor Installation Sites
The E4G-200 series router may be installed in locations outside of buildings. For outdoor installation
sites, be aware of the following considerations:
●
Prevent unauthorized access to equipment locations and make sure that only qualified service
personnel have access to the equipment.
●
Take reasonable precautions to prevent animals from gaining access to the equipment.
●
Be sure that the ventilation in the installation site is adequate to maintain a temperature below 65° C
(149° F) for the E4G-200 series router.
●
For proper airflow through the router, leave clear space on the left and right sides of the router.
Evaluating and Meeting Cable Requirements
This section addresses requirements for the cable you should use when installing your network
equipment. It includes:
●
Cabling Standards
●
Cable Labeling and Record Keeping
●
Installing Cable
●
RJ-45 Connector Jackets
●
Radio Frequency Interference
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Cabling Standards
Extreme Networks recommends using the Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI)
Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD), which is globally recognized as a standard
in site planning and cabling. For information, go to:
http://www.bicsi.org
Cable Labeling and Record Keeping
A reliable cable labeling system is essential when planning and installing a network. Maintaining
accurate records helps you to:
●
Relocate devices easily.
●
Make changes quickly.
●
Isolate faults in the distribution system.
●
Locate the opposite end of any cable.
●
Know the types of network devices that your cabling infrastructure can support.
Follow these guidelines when setting up a cable labeling system suitable for your installation:
●
Identify cables by securely attaching labels to all cable ends.
●
Assign a unique block of sequential numbers to the group of cables that run between each pair of
equipment locations.
●
Assign a unique identification number to each equipment rack.
●
Identify all equipment locations by labeling the front panel of your Extreme Networks equipment
and other hardware.
●
Keep accurate and current cable identification records.
●
Post records near each equipment rack. For each cable drop, include information about the cable
source, destination, and jumper location.
Installing Cable
When you connect cable to your network equipment:
●
Examine cable for cuts, bends, and nicks.
●
Support cable using a cable manager that is mounted above connectors to avoid unnecessary weight
on the cable bundles.
●
Use cable managers to route cable bundles to the left and right of the network equipment to
maximize accessibility to the connectors. (See Figure 13 and Figure 14.)
●
Provide enough slack, approximately 2 to 3 inches (5.08 to 7.62 cm), to provide proper strain relief.
●
Bundle cable using hook-and-loop straps to avoid injuring cables.
●
If you build your own cable, be sure that connectors are properly crimped.
●
When installing a patch panel using twisted pair wiring, untwist no more than 1 inch (2.54 cm) of
the cable to avoid radio frequency (RF) interference.
●
Discharge the RJ-45 Ethernet cable before plugging it into a port on the router.
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CAUTION
Unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable can build up ESD charges when being pulled into a new
installation. Before connecting any category 5 UTP cable to the router, discharge ESD from the cable by
plugging the RJ-45 connector into a LAN static discharge device or use an equivalent method.
●
Use plenum-rated cable when it is necessary for safety and fire rating requirements. Consult your
local building codes to determine when it is appropriate to use plenum-rated cable, or refer to IEC
standard 850.
●
Keep all ports and connectors free of dust.
Figure 13: Properly Installed and Bundled Cable for an E4G-400 Router
CSR_028
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Figure 14: Properly Installed and Bundled Cable for an E4G-200 series Router
CSR_029
Fiber Optic Cable
Fiber optic cable must be handled carefully during installation. Every cable has a minimum bend
radius, example, and fibers will be damaged if the cables are bent too sharply. It is also important not to
stretch the cable during installation. Extreme Networks recommends that the bend radius for fiber optic
cable equal 2 inches (5.08 cm) minimum for each 90-degree turn as shown in Figure 15 on page 40.
NOTE
Kinks and sharp bends can destroy or impair the cable’s ability to convey light pulses accurately from one
end of the cable to the other. Use care in dressing the optical fiber cables: provide satisfactory strain relief to
support the cable and maintain an adequate bend radius at all cable turns, particularly where the cable connects to
the I/O module.
Figure 15: Bend Radius for Fiber Optic Cable
1
90°
SPG_002
1 = Minimum 2-inch (5.08 cm) radius in 90° bend
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Evaluating and Meeting Cable Requirements
Cable Distances
Table 9 shows cable media types and maximum distances that support reliable transmission in
accordance with international standards except where noted. In addition, table lists the direct-attach
cables that are available for use with the E4G series routers.
Table 9: Media Types and Maximum Distances
Standard
Media Type
Mhz•Km
Rating
Maximum Distance
(Meters)
1000BASE-SX
(850 nm optical window)
50/125 µm multimode fiber
400
500
50/125 µm multimode fiber
500
550
62.5/125 µm multimode fiber
160
220
62.5/125 µm multimode fiber
200
275
50/125 µm multimode fiber
400
550
50/125 µm multimode fiber
500
550
62.5/125 µm multimode fiber
500
550
10/125 µm single-mode fiber
–
1000BASE-LX
(1300 nm optical window)
5,000
10/125 µm single-mode fiber*
–
10,000
1000BASE-LX70
(1550 nm optical window)
10/125 µm single-mode fiber
–
70,000
1000BASE-ZX
(1550 nm optical window)
10/125 µm single-mode fiber
–
80 km
100BASE-LX100
(1550 nm optical window)
10/125 µm single-mode fiber
–
100 km
1000BASE-BX10
(1490 nm optical window)
(1310 nm optical window)
10/125 µm single-mode fiber
–
10 km
1000BASE-LX70
(1550 nm optical window)
10/125 µm single-mode fiber
–
70,000 meters
10/100/1000BASE-T SFP
(1-Gbps link)
Category 5 and higher UTP cable
–
100 meters
(100-Mbps link)
Category 5 and higher UTP cable
–
150 m
(10-Mbps link)
Category 5 and higher UTP cable
–
250 m
1000BASE-T
Category 5 and higher UTP cable
–
100
100BASE-TX
Category 5 and higher UTP cable
–
100
10BASE-T
Category 3 and higher UTP cable
–
100
*
Proprietary to Extreme Networks. Connections between two Extreme Networks 1000BASE-LX interfaces that use
10/125 µm single-mode fiber can use a maximum distance of 10,000 meters.
Table 10: Extreme Networks SFP+ Direct-Attach Cables
Cable Type
Model Number
Length
SFP+ passive copper cable
10304
1 meter
10305
3 meters
10306
5 meters
10307
10 meters
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RJ-45 Connector Jackets
Use RJ-45 cable with connector jackets that are flush with the connector or that have connectors with a
no-snag feature.
Using cable with jackets that are wider than the connectors can cause:
●
Connectors that are not properly aligned with the port.
●
Crowded cable installation, which can cause connectors to pop out of the port.
Figure 16 shows examples of connector jacket types that are not recommended as well as those that are
recommended.
Figure 16: RJ-45 Connector Jacket Types
Not recommended
Best
Better
0.1" = 1mm actual
39.37% : 254%
SPG_001
Radio Frequency Interference
If you use UTP cabling in an installation, take precautions to avoid RF interference. RF interference can
cause degradation of signal quality, and, in an Ethernet network environment, can cause excessive
collisions, loss of link status, or other physical layer problems that can lead to poor performance or loss
of communication.
To prevent RF interference, avoid the following situations:
●
Attaching UTP cable to AC power cables
●
Routing UTP cable near antennas, such as a ham radio antenna
●
Routing UTP cable near equipment that could exhibit RF interference, such as ARC welding
equipment
●
Routing UTP cable near electrical motors that contain coils
●
Routing UTP cable near air conditioner units
●
Routing UTP cable near electrical transformers
In areas or applications where these situations cannot be avoided, use fiber optic cabling or shielded
twisted pair cabling (STP).
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Meeting Power Requirements
Meeting Power Requirements
This section describes power requirements and includes the following topics:
●
Power Supply Requirements
●
AC Power Cables
●
Uninterruptible Power Supply Requirements
●
DC Power Requirements
Power Supply Requirements
Follow these recommendations when you plan power supply connections for the E4G series routers:
●
Place the equipment in an area that accommodates the power consumption and component heat
dissipation specifications.
●
Be sure that your power supply meets the site DC power or AC power requirements of the network
equipment.
●
When you connect power to installed equipment, do not make this connection through an extension
cord or power strip.
●
If your router includes more than one power supply, connect each power supply to a different,
independent power source.
If a power source fails, it will affect only the router power supply to which it is connected. If all
router power supplies are connected to a single power source, the entire router is vulnerable to a
power source failure.
●
In regions that are susceptible to electrical storms, Extreme networks recommends that you plug
your system into a surge suppressor.
For power specifications for the E4G series routers, see Appendix B.
WARNING!
Extreme Networks routers do not have a switch for turning power to the unit on and off. For systems using
an AC power supply, power to the router is disconnected by removing the wall plug from the electrical outlet.
For systems connected to DC power, turn off power to the chassis by de-energizing the circuit that feeds the power
supply. This is usually accomplished by turning off a circuit breaker. Disconnecting the DC power cable from the DC
power source must be done by a qualified, licensed electrician.
AC Power Cables
AC power input cords are not included with Extreme Networks routers and power supplies. You can
purchase AC power cords for use in the US and Canada from Extreme Networks or from your local
supplier.
Power supply cords for use outside of the United States and Canada are typically provided separately
by third-party distribution centers. Make sure that the power cord you use is certified for the country of
end use and suitable for the device.
The power cord must meet the requirements listed in “Power Cord Requirements for AC Power
Supplies” on page 125.
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Uninterruptible Power Supply Requirements
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a device that sits between a power supply (such as a wall
outlet) and a device (such as a router) to prevent outages, sags, surges, and bad harmonics from
adversely affecting the performance of the device.
A UPS traditionally can perform the following functions:
●
Absorb relatively small power surges.
●
Smooth out noisy power sources.
●
Continue to provide power to equipment during line sags.
●
Provide power for a period of time after a blackout has occurred.
In addition, some UPS devices or UPS-plus-software combinations provide the following functions:
●
Automatically shut down equipment during long power outages.
●
Monitor and log power supply status.
●
Display the voltage (current draw) of the equipment.
●
Restart equipment after a long power outage.
●
Display the voltage currently on the line.
●
Provide alarms on certain error conditions.
●
Provide short-circuit protection.
Selecting a UPS
To determine UPS requirements for your router, answer these questions:
●
What are the amperage requirements?
●
What is the longest potential time period that the UPS would be required to supply backup power?
●
Where will the UPS be installed?
●
What is the maximum transition time that the installation will allow? (See “UPS Transition Time” on
page 45)
NOTE
Extreme Networks recommends that you use a UPS that provides online protection.
Calculating Volt-Amperage Requirements
To determine the size of UPS that you need:
1 Locate the voltage and amperage requirements for each piece of equipment. These numbers are
usually located on a sticker on the back or bottom of your equipment. Then multiply the numbers
together to get Volt-Amperes (VA):
VA = Volts x Amperes
2 Add the VA from all the pieces of equipment together to find the total VA requirement.
To determine the minimum volt-amperage requirements for your UPS, Extreme Networks
recommends that you add 30% to the total.
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Applicable Industry Standards
UPS Transition Time
Transition time is the time that is necessary for the UPS to transfer from utility power to full-load
battery power. For Extreme Networks products, a transition time of less than 20 milliseconds is required
for optimum performance.
DC Power Requirements
A DC-powered system should be installed in a DC-I battery return configuration. In a DC-I
configuration, the battery return conductor should be connected directly to the central office power
return bus, and not to the equipment frame or the grounding means of the equipment.
The E4G-200 series router can accept -48 or +24 volts for DC input.
Applicable Industry Standards
For more information, see the following ANSI/TIA/EIA standards:
●
ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-A—discusses the six subsystems of a structured cabling system.
●
ANSI/TIA/EIA-569-A—discusses design considerations.
●
ANSI/TIA/EIA-606—discusses cabling system administration.
●
ANSI/TIA/EIA-607—discusses commercial building grounding and bonding requirements.
You can access these standards at:
http://www.ansi.org
or
http://www.tiaonline.org
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3
Installing an E4G Series Router
CHAPTER
This chapter provides instructions to install an E4G series router and includes the following sections:
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Pre-installation Requirements on page 47
●
Installing the E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers on page 48
●
Installing the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router on page 56
●
Installing Port Option Cards on page 67
●
Initial Startup on page 71
●
Initial Management Access on page 71
Pre-installation Requirements
Rack mounting brackets and screws for attaching the brackets to the router are shipped with the
router. You must provide the following additional tools and equipment to install the router in an
equipment rack:
●
Four rack mounting screws to match your equipment rack
●
Screwdriver to fit the rack mounting screws
●
ESD-preventive wrist strap for installing optional ports
For additional installation requirements, see the installation instructions for each router model.
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Installing the E4G-200 Series Cell Site Routers
The installation instructions for the E4G-200 and E4G-200-12x routers is the same. When you unpack the
E4G-200 series cell site router (either E4G-200 or E4G-200-12x), verify that the package contains the
following items:
●
E4G-200 or E4G-200-12x router
●
2 rack-mounting brackets with 8 screws
●
Ethernet console cable
●
DB-9-to-RJ-45 adapter
●
2 pluggable DC terminal block connectors (Dinkle part number 2ESDVM-03P)
You need the following additional materials to ground the router and connect it to power:
●
#14 AWG stranded copper cable for grounding the router and for connecting the router to the
DC power source
Recommended insulation colors are:
●
-
Green or green with yellow stripe for the ground connection
-
Red and black for the power and return connections
Connection hardware appropriate to the installation site:
-
Hardware for connecting the ground wire to the site grounding point
-
Hardware for connecting the power wires to the DC source
●
Stripping tool
●
Torque screwdriver and wrench or torque driver with attachments for tightening screws
-
The ground lug requires a 1/4-inch screwdriver tip.
-
The screws on the DC power connector require a 1/8-inch straight screwdriver tip.
Installing the E4G-200 series router includes the following tasks:
1 Install the router in a rack.
2 Ground the router.
3 Connect the router to power.
4 Install the clock module (optional) or T1/E1 module (optional).
5 Connect the alarms cable (optional).
6 Connect the console cable and perform initial configuration.
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Installing the Router in the Rack
To install the E4G-200 series router in an equipment rack:
1 Decide which position for the mounting brackets will be most suitable for the installation (Figure 17).
Figure 17: Positions for the Mounting Brackets
CSR_008
2 On each side of the router, attach a mounting bracket to the router in the selected mounting position
(Figure 17).
3 Slide the router into the equipment rack (Figure 18).
Figure 18: Installing the Router in the Rack
CSR_009
4 Insert and tighten rack-mounting screws to secure the router to the rack.
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Grounding the Router
Before you connect the power input cable to an E4G-200 series router, you must ground the router,
following the instructions in this section.
A grounding lug is located on the front of the router (Figure 19). You can move the lug to the back
panel (Figure 19) if this location is more suitable for your installation site.
Figure 19: Possible Grounding Lug Locations on the E4G-200 Series Router
CSR_016
Front
Back
WARNING!
Connect the ground wire before you connect any power cables.
To ground the router:
1 If necessary, move the grounding lug to the back panel of the router.
2 At one end of the ground wire, strip the insulation to expose 1/2 inch (12 mm) of bare wire.
3 Loosen the screw, and insert the stripped wire into the grounding lug (Figure 20).
4 Using a 1/4-inch straight-tip torque screwdriver, tighten the retaining screw to 20 pound-inches
(2.25 Newton-meters).
Figure 20: Grounding the E4G-200 Series Router
CSR_017
5 Connect the other end of the wire to a known reliable earth ground point at your site.
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Preparing the DC Power Input Cable
To prepare the DC power input cable:
1 Strip 0.25 inch (6.35 mm) from the ends of two lengths of #14 AWG copper wire.
2 On the provided connector, identify the positions where you will attach the wires. (See Table 11
and Figure 21.)
Table 11: Wire Positions in the DC Connector
DC
Power Source
–
+
Connection
Connection
–48 V DC
-48V
48 RTN
+24V DC
-24V
+24V
Figure 21: Preparing a DC Power Cable
CSR_018
3 Insert each stripped wire into the connector.
Make sure that no exposed part of the copper wire extends beyond either side of the connector.
4 Tighten each retaining screw to 4.5 pound-inches (0.5 Newton-meters) to fasten the wire in place.
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Connecting the Router to DC Power
Before you connect the DC input cable to the power input socket on the router, the DC input cable must
be properly connected to the DC source voltage at your facility by a qualified electrician.
CAUTION
Connect the DC input cable to a DC main circuit breaker rated no greater than 15 A.
Provide proper connection and strain relief on the DC input cable in accordance with all local and national
electrical codes.
To connect the router to DC power:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Align the power cable connector with the power input connector on the router (Figure 22) and press
the connector firmly into place.
3 Align and securely tighten the retaining screws on the connector.
CAUTION
Make sure the retaining screws are securely tightened to prevent accidental removal of the
power connector.
Figure 22: Connecting the DC Input Cable
CSR_019
4 Energize the DC circuit.
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Installing and Connecting a Clock Module
You can install or remove a clock module in the E4G-200 series router without powering down the
router; however, you must reboot the router to initialize a newly installed clock module.
To install a clock module:
1 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
2 On the front panel of the E4G-200 series router, remove the cover from the clock module slot
(Figure 23).
Figure 23: Clock Module Slot Cover
CSR_010
3 Carefully slide the clock module all the way into the slot (Figure 24).
4 Align and securely tighten the captive retaining screws.
Figure 24: Installing a Clock Module
CSR_011
5 To initialize the clock module, reboot the router.
Save the cover for later re-use in case you must remove the clock module and do not have a
replacement module. An unoccupied module slot must be covered to ensure satisfactory EMI levels and
to maintain adequate airflow through the router.
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Connecting Timing Cables to the E4G-200 Series Router
The clock module provides the types of cable connections listed below for connecting a Building
Integrated Timing Supply (BITS) or GPS timing source.
●
●
●
Two mini-BNC connectors labeled IN
-
1 PPS input
-
10 MHz input
Two mini-BNC connectors labeled OUT
-
1 PPS or 8 KHz frame output
-
10 MHz or 2.048 MHz or 1.544 MHz output
One RJ-45 connector for time-of-day (ToD) input/output or for RJ422 BITS input
To connect to the mini-BNC connectors, use a 50-ohm coaxial cable with a mini-BNC connector at one
end and a standard BNC connector at the other.
To connect to the RJ-45 connector, use a twisted-pair cable with the pinouts listed in Table 19 on
page 127.
Installing a T1/E1 Module
You can install or remove a T1/E1 module in the E4G-200 series router without powering down the
router; however, you must reboot the router to initialize a newly installed T1/E1 module.
To install a T1/E1 module:
1 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
2 On the front panel of the E4G-200 series router, remove the cover from the T1/E1 module slot
(Figure 25).
Figure 25: T1/E1 Module Slot Cover
CSR_013
3 Carefully slide the T1/E1 module all the way into the slot (Figure 26).
4 Align and securely tighten the captive retaining screws.
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Figure 26: Installing a T1/E1 Module
CSR_014
5 To initialize the T1/E1 module, reboot the router.
NOTE
The T1E1 module has internal lightning protection; therefore, the use of outboard lightning protection for
this module is optional.
Save the cover for later re-use in case you must remove the T1/E1 module and do not have a
replacement module. An unoccupied module slot must be covered to ensure satisfactory EMI levels and
to maintain adequate airflow through the router.
To connect the ports on the T1/E1 module, use a standard T1/E1 crossover cable with RJ-48C
connectors and the pinouts listed in Table 24 on page 128.
NOTE
Although shielded cables are used in most central office applications, the T1/E1 ports on Extreme
Networks E4G routers do not require shielded cables to comply with emissions and immunity requirements.
Connecting the Alarms Cable
You can connect the E4G-200 series router to external alarms (for example, the aisle alarms in a central
office) using the Alarm connector on the front of the E4G-200 series cell site router. The alarm interface
is implemented as a DB-15 connector. To connect this port, use #28 AWG solid-wire cable terminated in
a DB-15 male connector. The connector should have the pinouts listed in “E4G-200 Series Connector
Pinouts” on page 126.
NOTE
There are different levels of alarm input voltages between boot ROM versions 3A1 and 4A1. You should
check your boot ROM version to ensure you are on the latest version before connecting the alarm input cable to the
system.
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The alarm input signals have an operational voltage range of 0V to 56V DC. The current range is 0A to
1A (maximum voltage 30VDC at 1A). However, the maximum operational voltage is only 5.5 V for PCB
version 3A1. For PCB version 4A1 it is 56V.
To increase noise immunity and prevent false alarms you should use the configuration shown in “Reset
Alarm/Alarm Input Connections” on page 56. The alarm cable should be twisted pair.
Figure 27: Reset Alarm/Alarm Input Connections
E4G-200
Alarm Cable
Customer
Alarm Panel
Installing the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
When you unpack the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router, verify that the package contains the
following items:
●
E4G-400 router
●
2 rack-mounting brackets with 8 screws
●
Console cable terminated in DB-9 connectors
●
Ferrite in-line noise filter with installation instructions
●
Power supply (AC or DC)
The E4G-400 router is shipped with one power supply. A second power supply for redundant power
is ordered and shipped separately.
NOTE
An AC power input cord is not provided with an E4G-400 AC power supply. You can order an
appropriate cord from Extreme Networks or from your local supplier. The power cord must meet the
requirements listed in “Power Supplies for the E4G-400 Router” on page 123.
The E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router can be installed in either a mid-mount or front-mount
position in a standard 19-inch equipment rack.
The installation procedure includes the following tasks:
1 Install the E4G-400 router in the equipment rack.
2 Install power supplies.
3 Install optional modules at the back of the router.
4 Connect the console cable and perform initial configuration.
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Mid-Mounting an E4G-400 Router in a Two-Post Rack
To mid-mount an E4G-400 router:
1 On each side of the router, use six screws to attach a bracket to the router (Figure 28).
Figure 28: Rack-mounting Bracket for Mid-Mount Installation
CSR_002
2 Slide the router into the equipment rack (Figure 29).
Figure 29: Installing the E4G-400 Router (Mid-mount)
CSR_003
3 Insert and tighten rack-mounting screws to secure the router to the rack.
To install the power supply, see “Installing an AC Power Supply” on page 59 or “Installing a DC Power
Supply” on page 60.
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Front-Mounting an E4G-400 Router in a Two-Post Rack
1 On each side of the router, use six screws to attach a bracket to the router (Figure 30).
Figure 30: Rack-mounting Bracket for Front-Mount installation
CSR_004
2 Slide the router into the equipment rack (Figure 31).
Figure 31: Installing the E4G-400 Router (Front-mount)
CSR_005
3 Insert and tighten rack-mounting screws to secure the router to the rack.
To install the power supply, see “Installing an AC Power Supply” on page 59 or “Installing a DC Power
Supply” on page 60.
To install optional ports at the back of the router, see “Installing Port Option Cards” on page 67.
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Installing an AC Power Supply
WARNING!
To prevent an electrical hazard, make sure that the AC power cord is not connected to the power supply
before you install the power supply in the power supply bay.
CAUTION
Make sure that the AC power supply circuit is not overloaded. Use proper over-current protection, such as
a circuit-breaker, to prevent over-current conditions.
To install an AC power supply:
1 If necessary, remove a blank panel (Figure 32).
Figure 32: Removing a Blank Panel
SH_201
2 Slide the power supply into the router (Figure 33).
Figure 33: Installing an AC Power Supply
SH_202
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3 Push the power supply in until the latch snaps into place.
NOTE
If power supplies are not installed in both power supply bays, be sure to install a cover over the
unoccupied bay. The cover is required for maintaining proper system ventilation and EMI levels.
4 Connect the power cord to the power input connector and rotate the wire cord retainer over the
power cord connector to hold the connector in place.
Installing a DC Power Supply
WARNING!
To prevent an electrical hazard, make sure that the DC power cord is not connected to the power supply
before you install the power supply in the power supply bay.
CAUTION
Make sure that the DC power supply circuit is not overloaded. Use proper over-current protection, such as
a circuit-breaker, to prevent over-current conditions. Do not use a breaker that is rated for higher than 30 Amps.
Preparing the DC Cables
The following terminals are provided with the power supply.
●
Two spade terminals (Tyco part number 328281 or equivalent) for connecting the input power cables
(provided)
●
One ring terminal (Tyco part number 2-320561-4 or equivalent) and screw with captive lock washer
(type 6-32 UNC) for connecting the ground wire (both provided)
You need a crimping tool to attach the terminals to the power and ground cables.
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To prepare the DC cables:
1 On each wire, strip 0.25 inch of insulation from one end.
2 Insert the stripped wire end all the way into the barrel of the terminal (Figure 34) and crimp the
terminal securely to the wire.
Be sure to attach the ring terminal to the green/yellow wire.
Figure 34: Attaching Terminals to Cables
SH_109
Power connection wire
Ground wire
Installing the DC Power Supply
To install a power supply:
1 If necessary, remove a blank panel (Figure 35).
Figure 35: Removing a Blank Panel
SH_207
2 Slide the power supply into the router while verifying that the power supply is right side up (see
Figure 36 and Figure 37).
3 Carefully slide the power supply all the way into the power supply bay (see Figure 36 and
Figure 37). Push the power supply in until the latch snaps into place.
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CAUTION
Do not slam the power supply into the switch.
Figure 36: Installing a Summit 300 W DC
Power Supply (Model 10934)
Figure 37: Installing a Summit 300 W DC
Power Supply (Model 10933)
SH_208
NOTE
If power supplies are not installed in both power supply bays, install a cover over the unoccupied bay.
The cover is required for maintaining proper system ventilation and EMI levels.
Connecting the Ground Wire
WARNING!
Connect the chassis ground wire before you connect any power cables.
Disconnect the ground wire after you disconnect all power cables.
To connect the ground wire:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
3 Identify the grounding point on the power supply (see Figure 38 and Figure 39).
4 Insert a 6-32 UNC screw (provided) through the ring terminal and into the grounding point on
the power supply.
5 Tighten the screw to 12.6 inch-pounds (1.42 Newton-meters).
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6 Connect the other end of the wire to a known reliable earth ground point at your site..
Figure 38: Connecting the Ground Wire (Model Figure 39: Connecting the Ground Wire (Model
10934)
10933)
1
1
2
2
SH_209
1 = Grounding point
2 = Ground wire
1 = Grounding point
2 = Ground wire
Connecting the Power Supply to the DC Source Voltage
The DC power connection at your facility must be made by a qualified electrician, following the
instructions in this section. There are two 300W DC power supplies available: Model 10933
(recommended) and Model 10934A. The model 10933 can connect to both a +24V and -48V power
source.
NOTE
The connection instructions are different depending upon which type of power source you are connecting
to. The model 10933 can connect to both +24V and -48V sources, while the 10934A can connect to only -48V
sources.
WARNING!
Always make sure that the DC circuit is de-energized before connecting or disconnecting the DC power
cables on the 300 W DC power supply.
CAUTION
Provide proper connection and strain relief on the DC power cables in accordance with all local and
national electrical codes.
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Connecting the Model 10933 DC power supply to a +24V source
CAUTION
These instructions are for the Model 10933 DC power supply only. Do not connect a Model 10934A DC
power supply to a +24V source.
To connect the DC power input cables on an model 10933 power supply to a +24V source:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
3 Slide the cover off the terminal block (Figure 40).
4 Connect the DC power input cables as follows:
a On each terminal, loosen the screw enough to allow the spade terminal to slide underneath the
captive square washer.
b Slide the spade terminal of the negative wire (–24 V) under the captive square washer on the
negative terminal (labeled –24V).
c
Slide the spade terminal of the positive wire (+24 V) under the captive square washer on the
positive terminal (+24V).
Figure 40: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 1)
+24V
-24V
(+)
(–)
SH_210A
d Tighten both screws on the terminal block to 11 inch-pounds (1.25 Newton-meters) (Figure 41).
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5 Slide the cover into place over the terminal block (Figure 41).
Figure 41: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 2)
+24V
-24V
(+)
(–)
SH_211A
6 Connect the cables to the DC source voltage, using hardware appropriate to the installation site and
following local and national electrical codes.
7 Energize the DC circuit.
Leave the ESD strap permanently connected to the rack, so that the strap is always available when you
need to handle ESD-sensitive components.
Connecting the Model 10933 or 10934A DC power supply to a -48V source
To connect the DC power input cables on the Model 10933 or 10934A power supplies to a -48V source:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
3 Slide the cover off the terminal block (Figure 42).
4 Connect the DC power input cables as follows:
a On each terminal, loosen the screw enough to allow the spade terminal to slide underneath the
captive square washer.
b Slide the spade terminal of the negative wire (–48 V) under the captive square washer on the
negative terminal (labeled –48V).
c
Slide the spade terminal of the positive wire (–48 V RTN) under the captive square washer on the
positive terminal (labeled RTN).
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Figure 42: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 1)
RTN
-48V
(+)
(–)
SH_210
d Tighten both screws on the terminal block to 11 inch-pounds (1.25 Newton-meters) (Figure 43).
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5 Slide the cover into place over the terminal block (Figure 43).
Figure 43: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 2)
RTN
-48V
(+)
(–)
SH_211
6 Connect the cables to the DC source voltage, using hardware appropriate to the installation site and
following local and national electrical codes.
7 Energize the DC circuit.
Leave the ESD strap permanently connected to the rack, so that the strap is always available when you
need to handle ESD-sensitive components.
Installing Port Option Cards
You can install the following port option cards at the back of the E4G-400 router:
●
●
Slot A:
-
XGM3S-2sf option card
-
XGM3S-2xf option card
Slot B:
-
XGM3SB-4sf option card
-
E4G-B16T1E1 option card
You can install or remove a port option card in the E4G-400 router without powering down the router;
however, you must reboot the router to initialize a newly installed option card.
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To install a port option card:
1 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
2 Remove the blank cover over the slot where the option card will be installed (Figure 44).
Figure 44: Removing an Option Slot Cover
SH_213
SH_216
Slot B cover
Slot A cover
3 Carefully slide the option card all the way into the slot (Figure 45).
NOTE
When you install an E4G-B16T1E1 option card, the final seating of the card requires firm pressure.
Otherwise the retaining screws do not engage, and the internal connector will not mate properly.
4 Align and securely tighten the captive retaining screws.
Figure 45: Installing a Port Option Card
CSR_006
Slot A
CSR_007
Slot B
5 Reboot the router to initialize the newly installed option card.
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NOTE
Save the cover for later re-use in case you must remove the port option card and do not have a
replacement card. An option slot must be covered to ensure satisfactory EMI levels and to maintain adequate
airflow through the router.
Connecting Timing Cables to the E4G-400 Router
The front panel of the E4G-400 router provides the types of cable connections listed below for
connecting a Building Integrated Timing Supply (BITS) or GPS timing source.
●
●
●
Two mini-BNC connectors labeled OUT
-
1 PPS or 8 KHz frame output
-
10 MHz or 2.048 MHz or 4.544 MHz output
Two mini-BNC connectors labeled IN
-
1 PPS input
-
10 MHz input
One RJ-45 connector for time-of-day (ToD) input/output or for RS-422 BITS input
To connect to the mini-BNC connectors, use a 50-ohm coaxial cable with a mini-BNC connector at one
end and a standard BNC connector at the other.
To connect to the RJ-45 connector, use a twisted-pair cable with the pinouts listed in Table 19 on
page 127.
Connecting Cables to the E4G-B16T1E1 Module
The ports on the E4G-B16T1E1 module are implemented as MRJ21 connectors. Each connector
represents eight ports. Two cable types are available for these ports:
●
MRJ21-to-RJ-45 fan-out cable (Extreme Networks part number 16220; see Figure 46)
●
MRJ21-to-MRJ21 cable
CAUTION
When you handle the RJ21 cable for the E4G-B16T1E1 module, be careful not to bend the cable too
sharply, especially at the connector. Make sure the cable extends at least 3 inches from the back panel of the
module before it starts to bend.
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Figure 46: MRJ21-to-RJ-48 Fan-out Cable
CSR_036
To connect the cable:
1 Align the cable connector with the port connector and firmly press the cable connector into place
(Figure 47).
2 Use a small straight-tip screwdriver to align and tighten the retaining screw at each end of the cable
connector.
Figure 47: Connecting a Cable to the E4G-B16T1E1 Module
CSR_027
NOTE
Although shielded cables are used in most central office applications, Extreme Networks E4G routers do
not require shielded cables to comply with emissions and immunity requirements.
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Initial Startup
Initial Startup
When an E4G series router is started for the first time, it can take up to 40 minutes for the clock
function to stabilize and allow the T1 lines to hold synchronization.
Fans in the E4G-400 router may not start immediately when the unit is connected to power. The system
cycles the fans on and off automatically in response to cooling requirements in the unit.
Initial Management Access
When you set up the router for the first time, you must connect to the console to access the router and
perform initial security configuration. At this time you can also manually configure an IP address for
the management VLAN.
Connecting Equipment to the Console Port
Connection to the console port is used for direct local management. The console port settings are:
●
Baud rate—9600
●
Data bits—8
●
Stop bit—1
●
Parity—None
●
Flow control—XON/XOFF
The terminal or PC with terminal-emulation software that you connect to an Extreme Networks switch
must be configured with these settings. This procedure is described in the documentation supplied with
the terminal.
A console cable is shipped with each E4G series router. For connector pinouts associated with the
console ports, see “E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts” on page 126.
To connect to the console port on the E4G-200 series router, use the provided Ethernet cable and
DB-9-to-RJ-45 adapter.
To connect to the console port on the E4G-400 router, use the provided console cable.
A console-to-USB adapter may be needed if your PC or interface does not have a console port.
Logging In for the First Time
After your switch has completed all power on self-tests, it is operational. You can log in and configure
an IP address for the management VLAN (named mgmt).
NOTE
The management port is part of the management VLAN by default.
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To manually configure the IP settings:
1 Connect a terminal or PC with terminal-emulation software to the console port on the router.
2 At the terminal, press [Return] one or more times until you see the login prompt.
3 At the login prompt, enter the default user name admin to log on with administrator privileges. For
example:
login: admin
Administrator capabilities allow you to access all switch functions.
4 The system will ask a series of questions about the default management settings, which allow all
forms of management access for convenience in setting the initial configuration. Answer each
question based on the level of security needed for the particular management access type.
NOTE
For more information about logging in to the switch and configuring switch management access, see the
ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide.
5 At the password prompt, press [Return].
The default user name admin has no password assigned to it. When you have successfully logged on
to the system, the command line prompt displays the system name (for example, e4g200>) in the
prompt.
NOTE
For more information about how to assign a specific system name, see the ExtremeXOS
Concepts Guide.
6 Assign an IP address and subnetwork mask for VLAN mgmt by typing:
configure mgmt ipaddress 123.45.67.8 255.255.255.0
Your changes take effect immediately.
7 Save your configuration changes so that they will be in effect after the next system reboot by typing:
save
The configuration is saved to the configuration database of the router.
NOTE
For more information about saving configuration changes, see the ExtremeXOS Concepts Guide.
8 When you are finished with these tasks, log out of the router by typing:
logout
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Maintenance
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4
Maintenance Procedures
CHAPTER
This chapter provides instructions for maintenance procedures on the E4G series routers and includes
the following sections:
●
Replacing an AC Power Supply in the E4G-400 Router on page 75
●
Replacing a DC Power Supply in the E4G-400 Router on page 78
●
Replacing a Fan Module in the E4G-400 Router on page 86
●
Replacing Optional Ports in the E4G-400 Router on page 87
●
Replacing a Clock Module in the E4G-200 Series Router on page 88
●
Replacing a T1E1 Module in the E4G-200 Series Router on page 89
●
Removing an E4G-200 Series Router from an Equipment Rack on page 90
●
Removing an E4G-400 Router from an Equipment Rack on page 91
NOTE
If you will be working near multiple E4G-400 routers for an extended time, Extreme Networks recommends
that you wear hearing protection. When all the fans are operating, the noise level can be in excess of 7.2 B(A)
Declared Sound Power or 69 decibels Sound Power.
Replacing an AC Power Supply in the E4G-400 Router
The E4G-400 routers have two bays for hot-swappable power supplies. In a router with a redundant
power configuration, you can replace one AC power supply without powering down the router.
You need the following tools and materials to replace an AC power supply:
●
Thermal protective gloves
●
AC power cord, if you will not be re-using the cord from the removed power supply
An AC power cord is not included with the AC power supply. You must obtain a power supply cord
that meets the requirements listed under “Selecting Power Supply Cords” on page 99.
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To replace an AC power supply:
1 Disconnect the AC power cord from the wall outlet and from the power supply.
2 Note the orientation of the installed power supply, and the location of the latching tab at the right of
the unit.
3 Push the latching tab toward the power supply handle and pull outward on the handle to disengage
the power supply internal connectors (Figure 48).
Figure 48: Removing a 300 W AC Power Supply
SH_203
4 Carefully slide the power supply the rest of the way out of the router.
CAUTION
Power supplies may become very hot during operation. Wear thermal protective gloves when you
remove a power supply from an operating router.
NOTE
If you are not installing a replacement power supply, install a cover over the unoccupied power supply
bay. Unoccupied bays must always be covered to maintain proper system ventilation and EMI levels.
5 Verify that the replacement power supply is oriented the same way as the unit you removed.
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6 Carefully slide the power supply all the way into the power supply bay (Figure 49). Push the power
supply in until the latch snaps into place.
Figure 49: Installing a 300 W AC Power Supply
SH_202
CAUTION
Do not slam the power supply into the router.
7 Connect the AC power cord to the input connector on the power supply and rotate the wire clip into
place over the power cord connector.
8 Connect the other end of the power cord to an AC power outlet.
WARNING!
Always be sure that the source outlet is properly grounded before plugging the AC power cord into
the AC power supply.
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Replacing a DC Power Supply in the E4G-400 Router
In a redundant power configuration, you can replace one E4G-400 DC power supply without powering
down the router.
You need the following tools and materials to replace a 300 W DC power supply:
●
#1 Phillips screwdriver
●
Torque screwdriver and wrench or torque driver with attachments for tightening screws and nuts
●
Thermal protective gloves (required for removal of a power supply)
WARNING!
Be sure to disconnect all power cables before you disconnect the chassis ground wire.
Removing the Power Supply
To remove an installed 300 W DC power supply:
1 De-energize the DC circuit.
2 Disconnect the DC power cables as follows:
a Slide the cover off the terminal block.
b Loosen the screws that secure the cable terminals to the terminal block.
c
Slide the wires out from under the captive washers.
3 Disconnect the ground wire as follows:
a Remove the screw that secures the ground wire to the power supply.
b Move the wire away from the power supply.
4 Push the latching tab to the left as you pull outward on the handle to disengage the power supply
internal connectors (see Figure 50 and Figure 51).
Figure 50: Removing a Summit 300 W DC
Power Supply (Model 10934)
Figure 51: Removing a Summit 300 W DC
Power Supply (Model 10933)
5 Carefully slide the power supply the rest of the way out of the router.
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Installing the Replacement Power Supply
To install a power supply:
1 If necessary, remove a blank panel (Figure 52).
Figure 52: Removing a Blank Panel
SH_207
2 Slide the power supply into the router while verifying that the power supply is right side up (see
Figure 53 and Figure 54).
3 Carefully slide the power supply all the way into the power supply bay (see Figure 53 and
Figure 54). Push the power supply in until the latch snaps into place.
CAUTION
Do not slam the power supply into the switch.
Figure 53: Installing a Summit 300 W DC
Power Supply (Model 10934)
Figure 54: Installing a Summit 300 W DC
Power Supply (Model 10933)
SH_208
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CAUTION
If power supplies are not installed in both power supply bays, install a cover over the unoccupied bay. The
cover is required for maintaining proper system ventilation and EMI levels.
Connecting the Ground Wire
To connect the ground wire to the DC power supply:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Identify the grounding point on the front panel of the power supply (see Figure 55 and Figure 56).
3 Insert an M3.5 screw (provided) through the ring terminal on the ground wire and into the
grounding point on the power supply.
4 Tighten the screw to 12.6 inch-pounds.
5 Connect the other end of the wire to a known reliable earth ground point at your site.
Figure 55: Connecting the Ground Wire (Model Figure 56: Connecting the Ground Wire (Model
10934)
10933)
1
1
2
2
SH_209
1 = Grounding point
2 = Ground wire
1 = Grounding point
2 = Ground wire
Connecting the Power Supply to the DC Source Voltage
The DC power connection at your facility must be made by a qualified electrician, following the
instructions in this section. There are two 300W DC power supplies available: Model 10933
(recommended) and Model 10934A. The model 10933 can connect to both a +24V and -48V power
source.
NOTE
The connection instructions are different depending upon which type of power source you are connecting
to. The model 10933 can connect to both +24V and -48V sources, while the 10934A can connect to only -48V
sources.
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WARNING!
Always make sure that the DC circuit is de-energized before connecting or disconnecting the DC power
cables on the 300 W DC power supply.
CAUTION
Provide proper connection and strain relief on the DC power cables in accordance with all local and
national electrical codes.
Connecting the Model 10933 DC power supply to a +24V source
CAUTION
These instructions are for the Model 10933 DC power supply only. Do not connect a Model 10934A DC
power supply to a +24V source.
To connect the DC power input cables on an model 10933 power supply to a +24V source:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
3 Slide the cover off the terminal block (Figure 57).
4 Connect the DC power input cables as follows:
a On each terminal, loosen the screw enough to allow the spade terminal to slide underneath the
captive square washer.
b Slide the spade terminal of the negative wire (–24 V) under the captive square washer on the
negative terminal (labeled –24V).
c
Slide the spade terminal of the positive wire (+24 V) under the captive square washer on the
positive terminal (+24V).
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Figure 57: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 1)
+24V
-24V
(+)
(–)
SH_210A
d Tighten both screws on the terminal block to 11 inch-pounds (1.25 Newton-meters) (Figure 58).
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5 Slide the cover into place over the terminal block (Figure 58).
Figure 58: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 2)
+24V
-24V
(+)
(–)
SH_211A
6 Connect the cables to the DC source voltage, using hardware appropriate to the installation site and
following local and national electrical codes.
7 Energize the DC circuit.
Leave the ESD strap permanently connected to the rack, so that the strap is always available when you
need to handle ESD-sensitive components.
Connecting the Model 10933 or 10934A DC power supply to a -48V source
To connect the DC power input cables on the Model 10933 or 10934A power supplies to a -48V source:
1 Verify that the DC circuit is de-energized.
2 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your bare wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
3 Slide the cover off the terminal block (Figure 59).
4 Connect the DC power input cables as follows:
a On each terminal, loosen the screw enough to allow the spade terminal to slide underneath the
captive square washer.
b Slide the spade terminal of the negative wire (–48 V) under the captive square washer on the
negative terminal (labeled –48V).
c
Slide the spade terminal of the positive wire (–48 V RTN) under the captive square washer on the
positive terminal (labeled RTN).
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Figure 59: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 1)
RTN
-48V
(+)
(–)
SH_210
d Tighten both screws on the terminal block to 11 inch-pounds (1.25 Newton-meters) (Figure 60).
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5 Slide the cover into place over the terminal block (Figure 60).
Figure 60: Connecting the DC Power Cables (Part 2)
RTN
-48V
(+)
(–)
SH_211
6 Connect the cables to the DC source voltage, using hardware appropriate to the installation site and
following local and national electrical codes.
7 Energize the DC circuit.
Leave the ESD strap permanently connected to the rack, so that the strap is always available when you
need to handle ESD-sensitive components.
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Replacing a Fan Module in the E4G-400 Router
You need a 1/2-inch flat-blade screwdriver to replace a fan module in an E4G-400 router.
CAUTION
Be sure to finish the replacement procedure promptly. The router may overheat if it is left without cooling
for an extended period.
To replace the fan module:
1 Completely loosen the captive retaining screws on the fan module (Figure 61).
2 Slide the fan module out of the router and set it aside.
Figure 61: Removing a Fan Module
SH_219
3 Carefully slide the replacement fan module into the router (Figure 62).
Figure 62: Installing a Fan Module
SH_220
4 Align and fully tighten the captive retaining screws.
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Replacing Optional Ports in the E4G-400 Router
This section describes how to replace a port option card in slot A or slot B on the E4G-400 router.
You can replace a port option card without powering down the router; however you must reboot the
router to initialize a newly installed port option card.
You need the following tools to replace a port option card in the E4G-400 router:
●
ESD-preventive wrist strap
●
Screwdriver
To replace a port option card:
1 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
2 Completely loosen the captive retaining screws and slide the installed option card out of the router
(Figure 63).
Figure 63: Removing an Installed Port Option Card
Slot A
CSR_033
CSR_03
Slot B
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3 Carefully slide the replacement module into the router (Figure 64).
4 Align and tighten the captive retaining screws.
Figure 64: Installing a Replacement Port Option Card
CSR_006
Slot A
CSR_007
Slot B
5 Reboot the router to initialize the newly installed port option card.
Replacing a Clock Module in the E4G-200 Series
Router
You can replace a clock module without powering down the router; however, you must reboot the
router to initialize the newly installed clock module.
To replace a clock module:
1 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
2 Completely loosen the captive retaining screws and slide the installed clock module out of the router
(Figure 65).
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Figure 65: Removing a Clock Module
CSR 031
3 Align the replacement module with the card guides and carefully slide the module into the router
(Figure 66).
4 Align and tighten the retaining screws.
Figure 66: Installing a Clock Module
CSR_011
5 Reboot the router to initialize the newly installed clock module.
Replacing a T1E1 Module in the E4G-200 Series
Router
You can replace a T1/E1 module without powering down the router; however, you must reboot the
router to initialize the newly installed T1/E1 module.
To replace a T1/E1 module:
1 Attach an ESD-preventive wrist strap to your wrist and connect the metal end to an appropriate
ground point on the rack.
2 Completely loosen the captive retaining screws and slide the installed T1/E1 module out of the
router (Figure 67).
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Figure 67: Removing a T1/E1 Module
CSR_032
3 Align the replacement module with the card guides and carefully slide the module into the router
(Figure 68).
4 Align and tighten the retaining screws.
Figure 68: Installing a T1/E1 Module
CSR_014
5 Reboot the router to initialize the new T1/E1 module.
Removing an E4G-200 Series Router from an
Equipment Rack
To remove an E4G-200 Series router from an equipment rack:
1 De-energize the DC circuit for all power connections.
2 Loosen the retaining screws and unplug each DC power connector from the DC power socket on the
router.
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3 Disconnect the ground wire:
a Loosen the retaining screw on the ground lug.
b Pull the ground wire out of the lug and move the ground wire out of the way.
4 Loosen and remove the four screws holding the router in place in the equipment rack.
5 Carefully remove the router from the rack and place it on a secure, flat surface.
Removing an E4G-400 Router from an Equipment
Rack
Before you remove an E4G-400 router from an equipment rack, remove all installed power supplies as
described in one of the following sections:
●
“Removing a 300 W AC Power Supply” on page 91
●
“Removing a 300 W DC Power Supply” on page 92
Removing a 300 W AC Power Supply
CAUTION
The power supply may be hot to the touch; wear thermal protective gloves when handling the power
supply during removal.
To remove a 300 W AC power supply:
1 Disconnect the AC power cord from the wall outlet and from the power supply.
2 Push the latching tab toward the power supply handle and pull outward on the handle to disengage
the power supply internal connectors (see Figure 69).
Figure 69: Removing an AC Power Supply
SH_203
3 Carefully slide the power supply the rest of the way out of the router.
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Removing a 300 W DC Power Supply
To remove an installed 300 W DC power supply:
1 De-energize the DC circuit.
2 Disconnect the DC power cables as follows:
a Slide the cover off the terminal block.
b Loosen the screws that secure the cable terminals to the terminal block.
c
Slide the wires out from under the captive washers.
3 Disconnect the ground wire as follows:
a Remove the screw that secures the ground wire to the power supply.
b Move the wire away from the power supply.
4 Push the latching tab to the left as you pull outward on the handle to disengage the power supply
internal connectors (see Figure 70).
Figure 70: Removing a 300 W DC Power Supply
SH_212
5 Carefully slide the power supply the rest of the way out of the router.
Removing the E4G-400 Router from the Rack
To remove an E4G-400 router from the equipment rack:
1 Verify that the power supplies have been removed from the router.
2 Support the router as you remove the screws that hold the router to the rack.
3 Slide the router out of the rack.
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Appendices
PA R T
A
Safety Information
APPENDIX
WARNING!
Read the safety information in this appendix thoroughly before installing Extreme Networks products.
Failure to follow this safety information can lead to personal injury or damage to the equipment.
Only trained and qualified service personnel (as defined in IEC 60950-1 and AS/NZS 3260) should
install, replace, or perform service to Extreme Networks switches and their components. Qualified
personnel have read all related installation manuals, have the technical training and experience
necessary to be aware of the hazards to which they are exposed in performing a task, and are aware of
measures to minimize the danger to themselves or other persons.
If you are in the USA, install the system in accordance with the U.S. National Electrical Code (NEC).
This appendix includes the following sections:
●
Considerations Before Installing on page 96
●
General Safety Precautions on page 96
●
Maintenance Safety on page 97
●
Cable Routing for LAN Systems on page 97
●
Installing Power Supply Units and Connecting Power on page 98
●
Selecting Power Supply Cords on page 99
●
Battery Replacement and Disposal on page 100
●
Fiber Optic Ports and Optical Safety on page 100
●
Safety Information for the E4G Series Routers on page 101
●
Sicherheitshinweise on page 102 (safety information in German)
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Considerations Before Installing
Consider the following items before you install equipment.
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For equipment designed to operate in a typical Telco environment that is environmentally controlled,
choose an indoor area that has the following characteristics:
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Temperature-controlled and humidity-controlled, such that the maximum ambient room
temperature shall not exceed the temperature specified in the product data sheet
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Clean and free from airborne materials that can conduct electricity
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Well ventilated and away from sources of heat including direct sunlight
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Away from sources of vibration or physical shock
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Isolated from strong electromagnetic fields produced by electrical devices
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Secured, enclosed, and restricted-access, ensuring that only trained and qualified service
personnel have access to the equipment
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For equipment designed to be installed in environments that are not environmentally controlled,
such as outdoor enclosures, see the product data sheet or Appendix B of this guide for
environmental conditions, temperature, and humidity.
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Establish at least 3 inches clearance on all sides for effective ventilation. Do not obstruct air intake
vents or ventilation grills on the front, side, or rear panel. Locate the system away from heat sources.
●
Make sure that your equipment is placed in an area that accommodates the power consumption and
component heat dissipation specifications.
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Make sure that your power supplies meet the site DC power or AC power requirements of all the
network equipment.
●
Racks for Extreme Networks equipment must be permanently attached to the floor. Failure to
stabilize the rack can cause the rack to tip over when the equipment is removed for servicing.
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Do not operate the system unless all modules, faceplates, front covers, and rear covers are in place.
Blank faceplates and cover panels are required for the following functions:
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Preventing exposure to hazardous voltages and currents inside the equipment
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Containing electromagnetic interference (EMI) that might disrupt other equipment
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Directing the flow of cooling air through the equipment
Ultimate disposal of this product should be handled according to all national laws and regulations.
General Safety Precautions
Follow these guidelines:
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Do not try to lift objects that you think are too heavy for you.
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When you install equipment in a rack, load heavier devices in the lower half of the rack first to
avoid making the rack top-heavy.
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Use only tools and equipment that are in perfect condition. Do not use equipment with
visible damage.
●
Route cables in a manner that prevents possible damage to the cables and avoids causing accidents,
such as tripping.
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Do not place a monitor or other objects on top of the equipment. The chassis cover is not designed to
support weight.
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Maintenance Safety
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To reduce the risk of fire, use only #26 AWG or larger telecommunications line cord. Use only copper
conductors.
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Do not work on the system or connect or disconnect cables during periods of lightning activity.
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This equipment must be grounded. Never defeat the ground conductor or operate the equipment in
the absence of a suitably installed ground conductor.
Maintenance Safety
When you perform maintenance procedures on Extreme Networks equipment, follow these
recommendations:
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Use only authorized accessories or components that are approved for use with this system.
Failure to follow these instructions may damage the equipment or violate required safety and
EMC regulations.
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This system contains no customer serviceable components. Do not attempt to repair a chassis, power
supply, module, or other component. In the event of failure, return the defective unit to Extreme
Networks for repair or replacement, unless otherwise instructed by an Extreme Networks
representative.
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To remove power from the system, you must unplug all power cords from wall outlets. The power
cord is the disconnect device to the main power source.
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Disconnect all power cords before working near power supplies, unless you are instructed otherwise
by a product-specific maintenance procedure.
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Replace a power cord immediately if it shows any signs of damage.
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When you work with optical devices, power supplies, or other modular accessories, put on an
ESD-preventive wrist strap to reduce the risk of electronic damage to the equipment. Connect the
other end of the strap to an appropriate grounding point on the equipment rack or to an ESD jack on
the chassis if one is provided. Leave the ESD-preventive wrist strap permanently attached to the
equipment rack or chassis so that it is always available when you need to handle components that
are sensitive to ESD.
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Install all cables in a manner that avoids strain. Use tie wraps or other strain relief devices.
Cable Routing for LAN Systems
Extreme Networks equipment meets the requirements for LAN system equipment. LAN systems are
designed only for intra-building installations; that is, cable runs between devices must be in the same
building as the connected units.
As allowed in the USA by the National Electrical Code (NEC), this equipment can be connected
between buildings if any one of the following conditions is true:
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Cable runs between buildings are less then 140 feet long.
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Cable runs between buildings are directly buried.
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Cable runs between buildings are in an underground conduit, where a continuous metallic cable
shield or a continuous metallic conduit containing the cable is bonded to each building grounding
electrode system.
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CAUTION
Failure follow these requirements for cable routing conditions may expose the user to electrical shock and
may expose the unit to damage that can cause errors.
WARNING!
The Ethernet ports of the equipment and its sub-assemblies are suitable only for intra-building connections
(within the same building) or for connections to unexposed wiring or cabling. (See the conditions listed above.) The
Ethernet ports of this equipment or its sub-assemblies must not be metallically connected to interfaces that connect
to the outside plant (OSP) or its wiring. Ethernet interfaces are designed for use only as intra-building interfaces
(described as Type 2 or Type 4 ports in GR-1089-CORE, Issue 6) and require isolation from the exposed OSP
wiring. The addition of Primary Protectors is not sufficient protection to connect these interfaces metallically to
OSP wiring.
This warning does not apply to T1/E1 ports because T1/E1 ports have built-in isolation and surge protection that
allows them to be connected to OSP wiring.
Installing Power Supply Units and Connecting Power
For the ratings and power requirements of each power supply unit or router see Appendix B or the data
sheet for the equipment at http://www.extremenetworks.com.
WARNING!
Be sure to satisfy the requirements listed in this section when you install Extreme Networks power supplies
or connect power.
When you install any power supply:
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Do not use excessive force when you insert a power supply into the bay.
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Do not attempt to open the power supply enclosure for any reason; the power supply does not
contain user-serviceable parts. In the event of failure, return the defective power supply to Extreme
Networks for repair or replacement.
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Do not put your hand into an open power supply bay when a power supply is not present. An
empty power supply bay requires a cover at all times.
●
Before you work on equipment that is connected to power lines, remove all jewelry, including
watches. Metal objects heat up when they are connected to power and ground and can cause serious
burns or weld the metal object to the terminals.
●
An electrical arc can occur when you connect or disconnect the power with power applied. This
could cause an explosion in hazardous area installations. Be sure that power is removed from the
device.
●
When you install or replace equipment, always make the ground connection first and disconnect the
ground connection last.
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When you install AC power supplies:
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For switches with field-replaceable power supplies, do not connect the power supply to an electrical
source when the power supply is not installed in the switch; doing so would expose a hazardous
energy and poses a potential shock and fire hazard.
●
Plug power supplies only into properly grounded electrical outlets to help prevent electrical shock
and to comply with international safety standards.
●
Use only power cords that are certified for use within the country of use. Do not attempt to modify
AC power cords.
●
Make sure that the voltage and frequency of your power outlet match the system electrical ratings
for the equipment. The building and/or power source must provide overload protection.
●
Use a surge suppressor, line conditioner, or uninterruptible power supply to protect the system from
momentary increases or decreases in electrical power.
●
When multiple power supplies are used with a system, connect each power supply to a different,
independent over-current protection device, such as a circuit breaker. If a single power source fails, it
will affect only that power supply to which it is connected. See the data sheet of the power supply
for proper sizing of the circuit breaker.
●
Extreme Networks AC power supplies do not have switches for turning the unit on and off. Remove
all wall plugs from the electrical outlet to disconnect the power. Make sure that these connections are
easily accessible.
When you install DC power supplies or connect DC power:
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Making the connection to your facility DC source voltage must be performed by a qualified, licensed
electrician.
●
Extreme Networks DC power supplies and DC-powered devices do not have switches for turning
the unit on and off. Make sure that the DC circuit is de-energized before connecting or disconnecting
the DC power cord at the DC power input socket.
●
Do not connect a DC power supply to the DC source power when the power supply is not installed
in the chassis; doing so would expose a hazardous energy and poses a potential shock and fire
hazard.
●
Connect the system or power supply only to a DC power source that complies with the safety
extra-low voltage (SELV) requirements in IEC 60950-based safety standards.
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DC-powered equipment must be installed in a restricted-access area to ensure that only trained and
qualified service personnel have access to the equipment. A restricted-access area can be entered
only through the use of a special tool, lock and key, or other means of security.
NOTE
Building codes vary worldwide; therefore, Extreme Networks strongly recommends that you consult
an electrical contractor to ensure proper equipment grounding and power distribution for your specific installation
and country.
Selecting Power Supply Cords
Extreme Networks does not include AC power input cords in the product box. You can purchase a
power cord for your product and for your specific country from your local Extreme Networks Channel
Account Manager or Sales Manager, or you can purchase a cord from your local supplier. Requirements
for the power cord are listed in Appendix B of this guide.
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To locate a Sales Manager or Partner in your region visit:
http://www.extremenetworks.com/how-to-buy/how-to-buy.aspx
NOTE
This equipment is not intended to be directly powered by power distribution systems where phase-phase
voltages exceed 240V AC (2P+PE), such as those used in Norway, France, and other countries. For these
applications it is recommended that a transformer be used to step down the voltage to < 240V AC from
phase-phase, or that you make a connection to a (P+N+PE) power distribution where voltages do not
exceed 240V AC.
All installations should confirm that the product is reliably grounded according to the country’s local electrical codes.
Battery Replacement and Disposal
Batteries included with Extreme Networks products are encapsulated and must be replaced by qualified
Extreme Service personnel only. Contact your Extreme Service personnel for product replacement. Do
not attempt to replace the battery. If these instructions are disregarded and replacement of these
batteries is attempted, the following guidelines must be followed to avoid danger of explosion:
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Replace with the same or equivalent battery type as recommended by the battery manufacturer.
●
Dispose of the battery in accordance with the battery manufacturer’s recommendation.
Fiber Optic Ports and Optical Safety
The following safety warnings apply to all optical devices used in Extreme Networks equipment that
are removable or directly installed in an I/O module or chassis system. Such devices include but are not
limited to gigabit interface converters (GBICs), small form factor pluggable (SFP) modules (or
mini-GBICs), QSFP+ modules, XENPAK transceivers, and XFP laser optic modules.
WARNING!
Laser optic modules become very hot after prolonged use. Be careful when removing a laser optic module
from the chassis or option card. If the laser optic module is too hot to touch, disengage the laser optic module and
allow it to cool before removing it completely.
WARNING!
When you work with laser optic modules, always take the precautions listed below to avoid exposure to
hazardous radiation.
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Never look at the transmit LED/laser through a magnifying device while the LED or laser is
powered on.
●
Never look directly at a fiber port on the router or at the ends of a fiber cable when they are
powered on.
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Invisible laser radiation can occur when the connectors are open. Avoid direct eye exposure to the
beam when optical connections are unplugged.
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Never alter, modify, or change an optical device in any way other than suggested in this
document.
SFP (Mini-GBIC), SFP+, and XFP Regulatory Compliance
Extreme Networks pluggable optical modules meet the following regulatory requirements:
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Class 1 or Class 1M Laser Product
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EN60825-1:2007 2nd Ed. or later, European standard
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FCC 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subchapter J in accordance with FDA & CDRH requirements
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Application of CE Mark in accordance with 2004/108/EEC EMC Directive and the 2006/95/EC Low
Voltage Directives
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UL and/or CSA registered component for North America
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47 CFR Part 15, Class A when installed into Extreme products
Safety Information for the E4G Series Routers
The statements in this section apply specifically to the E4G series routers.
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To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telephone-network
voltage (TNV-1) circuits. LAN ports contain SELV circuits, and WAN ports contain TNV-1 circuits.
Both LAN and WAN ports may use RJ-45 connectors. Use care when connecting cables.
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Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
●
Do not use this equipment near a water hazard, such as a wet wall, drain path, or other source of
water.
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Sicherheitshinweise
WARNUNG!
Lesen Sie die folgenden Sicherheitshinweise aufmerksam durch, ehe Sie Extreme Networks-Produkte
installieren. Eine Missachtung dieser Sicherheitshinweise kann zu Verletzungen oder zu einer Beschädigung des/r
Geräte/s führen.
Extreme Networks-Geräte und deren Komponenten dürfen nur durch geschulte und qualifizierte
Wartungstechniker (wie in IEC 60950-1 und AS/NZS 3260 definiert) installiert, ausgetauscht oder
gewartet werden. Dieses qualifizierte Personal muss den Inhalt aller zugehörigen
Installationsanleitungen kennen sowie über die technische Ausbildung und Erfahrung verfügen, um die
Gefahren, die mit der Ausführung einer Aufgabe assoziiert sind, zu kennen und zu wissen, wie sie
diese Gefahren für sich selbst und Dritte minimieren können.
In den USA muss das System gemäß dem US National Electrical Code (NEC) installiert werden.
Überlegungen vor der Installation
Berücksichtigen Sie vor der Installation der Geräte folgende Punkte.
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Wählen Sie für Geräte, die in einer typischen Telekommunikationsumgebung mit kontrollierten
Umweltbedingungen eingesetzt werden, einen Ort mit folgenden Merkmalen:
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Temperatur und Feuchtigkeit werden kontrolliert, und die maximale Raumtemperatur liegt nicht
über 40 ºC.
-
Sauber und frei von in der Luft enthaltenen Stoffen, die Elektrizität übertragen können.
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Gut belüftet und fern von Wärmequellen inklusive direkter Sonneneinstrahlung.
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Fern von Quellen für Erschütterungen oder mechanische Einwirkungen.
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Getrennt von starken elektromagnetischen Feldern, die von elektrischen Geräten erzeugt werden.
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Bei Geräten, die nicht für eine Installation in Umgebungen mit kontrollieren Umweltbedingungen
vorgesehen sind, wie z. B. Gehäuse im Freien, beachten Sie bitte das Produktdatenblatt oder Anhang
B dieser Anleitung mit den Spezifikationen für Umgebungsbedingungen, Temperatur und
Feuchtigkeit.
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Lassen Sie auf allen Seiten mindestens 3 Zoll Platz, um eine ausreichende Luftzirkulation zu
gewährleisten. Die Lüftungsschlitze an der Vorder- oder Rückseite und an den Seiten dürfen nicht
blockiert werden. Stellen Sie das System nicht in der Nähe von Wärmequellen auf.
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Versichern Sie sich, dass Ihre Geräte in einem Bereich aufgestellt werden, der für den
Stromverbrauch und die damit verbundene Wärmestrahlung der Komponenten geeignet ist.
●
Versichern Sie sich, dass Ihre Netzteile den Gleichstrom- bzw. Wechselstrombedarf aller
Netzwerkgeräte decken können.
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Racks für Extreme Networks-Geräte müssen fest am Boden verankert werden. Bei nicht
vorschriftsmäßiger Fixierung des Racks besteht die Gefahr, dass das Rack bei Wartungsarbeiten
umkippt.
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Voraussetzung für den Betrieb des Systems ist die vollständige Anbringung aller Module, Blenden,
Frontabdeckungen und rückseitigen Abdeckungen. Blenden und Abdeckplatten erfüllen folgende
Funktionen:
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Schutz vor gefährlich hohen Spannungen und Strömen im Inneren des Gerätes
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Eindämmung von elektromagnetischen Interferenzen (EMI), die andere Geräte stören könnten
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Vorgabe der Luftströmungsrichtung durch das Gerät
Bei der Entsorgung des Gerätes sind alle nationalen Gesetze und Vorschriften zu beachten.
Allgemeine Sicherheitshinweise
Befolgen Sie die Richtlinien:
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Heben Sie keine Gegenstände, die zu schwer für Sie sind.
●
Bei der Installation von Geräten in einem Rack platzieren Sie die schwereren Geräte in der unteren
Hälfte, damit das Rack nicht kopflastig wird.
●
Verwenden Sie nur Werkzeuge und Geräte, die sich in einem einwandfreien Zustand befinden.
Werkzeuge, die sichtbar beschädigt sind, dürfen nicht benutzt werden.
●
Achten Sie bei der Verlegung von Kabeln darauf, mögliche Beschädigungen der Kabel zu vermeiden
und Risiken, z. B. Stolpergefahren, auszuschalten.
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Stellen Sie keinen Bildschirm oder anderen Gegenstände auf die Geräte. Die Chassisabdeckung ist
keine Abstellfläche.
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Zum Schutz vor Selbstentzündung verwenden Sie nur Datenübertragungskabel der Größe 26 AWG
oder größer. Verwenden Sie nur Kupferleiter.
●
Arbeiten Sie während eines Gewitters nicht an dem System und stecken Sie keine Kabel an oder ab.
●
Das Gerät muss geerdet werden. Der Schutzleiter darf nicht manipuliert oder umgangen werden
und das Gerät darf auf keinen Fall ohne einen entsprechend installierten Schutzleiter betrieben
werden.
Sicherheit bei Wartungsarbeiten
Befolgen Sie bei allen Wartungsarbeiten an Extreme Networks-Geräten folgende Empfehlungen:
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Verwenden Sie nur zugelassene Zubehörteile oder Komponenten, die für den Einsatz mit diesem
System genehmigt sind. Eine Missachtung dieser Hinweise kann zu einer Beschädigung des/r
Geräte/s führen und die einschlägigen Sicherheits- und EMV-Vorschriften verletzen.
●
Das System enthält keinerlei Teile, die vom Benutzer zu warten sind. Versuchen Sie nicht, Chassis,
Netzteil, Modul oder andere Komponenten eigenmächtig zu reparieren. Senden Sie im Falle einer
Störung das defekte Teil zur Reparatur oder zum Austausch an Extreme Networks ein, sofern ein
Extreme Networks-Vertreter nicht etwas anderes angibt.
●
Um das System spannungslos zu machen, müssen Sie alle Netzkabel aus den Netzsteckdosen ziehen.
Das Netzkabel ist der "Trennschalter" für die Netzspannungsquelle.
●
Trennen Sie vor allen Arbeiten in der unmittelbaren Nähe von Netzteilen alle Netzkabel von der
Spannungsquelle, sofern die produktspezifische Wartungsanleitung nicht etwas anderes angibt.
●
Legen Sie für alle Arbeiten an optischen Geräten, Netzteilen oder sonstigen modularen
Zubehörteilen ein geerdetes Massearmband an, um das Risiko einer Beschädigung des Gerätes durch
elektrostatische Aufladung zu reduzieren. Schließen Sie das eine Ende des Armbands an einem
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geeigneten Erdungspunkt am Rack oder an einer ESD-Buchse am Chassis (sofern vorhanden) an.
Lassen Sie das geerdete Massearmband am Rack oder am Chassis angeschlossen, damit Sie es
jederzeit parat haben, wenn Sie mit Komponenten umgehen, die empfindlich gegenüber
elektrostatischer Aufladung sind.
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Die Kabel sind spannungsfrei zu installieren. Verwenden Sie Kabelbinder oder sonstige
Zugentlastungsvorrichtungen.
Kabelverlegung für LAN-Systeme
Extreme Networks-Geräte erfüllen die Anforderungen für Geräte für LAN-Systeme. LAN-Systeme sind
für gebäudeinterne Installationen konzipiert, das heißt, die Kabel zwischen den einzelnen Einheiten
müssen im gleichen Gebäude verlaufen, in dem auch die Geräte untergebracht. Hiervon ausgenommen
sind nur die unten aufgeführten Bedingungen.
Laut dem US-amerikanischen National Electrical Code (NEC) darf diese Ausrüstung zwischen
Gebäuden verbunden werden, sofern eine der folgenden Bedingungen erfüllt ist:
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Die Länge der zwischen Gebäuden verlegten Kabel beträgt höchsten 140 Fuß.
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Die Kabel sind zwischen den Gebäuden direkt erdverlegt.
●
Die Kabel zwischen den Gebäuden sind in einem unterirdischen Kanal verlegt, wobei ein
durchgehender metallischer Kabelschirm oder eine durchgehende Metallleitung, die das Kabel
umschließt, an den Erdungselektrodensystemen der einzelnen Gebäude angeschlossen ist.
ACHTUNG
Eine Missachtung dieser Bedingungen für die Kabelverlegung kann Nutzer der Gefahr eines elektrischen
Stromschlages aussetzen und das Gerät so beschädigen, dass es nicht mehr einwandfrei arbeitet.
WARNUNG!
Die Ethernet-Anschlüsse des Gerätes und der zugehörigen Baugruppen sind nur für gebäudeinterne
(innerhalb ein und desselben Gebäudes) Verbindungen oder für Anschlüsse an nicht exponierte Verdrahtungen
oder Verkabelungen geeignet (siehe die oben aufgeführten Bedingungen). Die Ethernet-Anschlüsse des Gerätes
und der zugehörigen Baugruppen dürfen nicht mit Metallkontakt an Schnittstellen angeschlossen werden, die mit
einer externen Anlage (Outside Plant, OSP) oder deren Verdrahtung verbunden sind. Ethernet-Schnittstellen sind
nur für eine Verwendung als gebäudeinterne Schnittstellen konzipiert (sog. Ports vom Typ 2 oder Typ 4 gemäß
GR-1089-CORE, Ausgabe 6) und müssen durch Isolierung von exponierter OSP-Verdrahtung getrennt werden.
Primäre Protektoren sind kein ausreichender Schutz für den Anschluss dieser Schnittstellen über einen
Metallkontakt mit OSP-Verdrahtung.
Diese Warnung gilt nicht für Ports vom Typ T1/E1, weil diese Ports über eine integrierte Isolierung und einen
Schutz vor Spannungsspitzen verfügen, der den Anschluss an OSP-Verdrahtung gestattet.
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Installation der Netzteile und Netzanschluss
Die Leistungsdaten und die Anforderung der einzelnen Netzteile an den Leistungseingang entnehmen
Sie bitte Anhang B dieser Anleitung oder dem Datenblatt für die Netzversorgung unter
http://www.extremenetworks.com.
WARNUNG!
Die in diesem Abschnitt aufgeführten Anforderungen müssen bei der Installation von Extreme
Networks-Netzteilen und beim Netzanschluss unbedingt erfüllt werden.
Bei Installation eines Netzteils:
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Schieben Sie das Netzteil nicht mit Gewalt in den Einschub.
●
Versuchen Sie nicht, das Gehäuse des Netzteils zu öffnen; das Netzteil enthält keinerlei Teile, die
vom Nutzer zu warten sind. Senden Sie im Falle einer Störung das defekte Netzteil zur Reparatur
oder zum Austausch an Extreme Networks ein.
●
Fassen Sie nicht mit der Hand in einen offenen Netzteileinschub, wenn das Netzteil entfernt wurde.
●
Legen Sie vor allen Arbeiten an einem an Leistungskabeln angeschlossenen Gerät sämtlichen
Schmuck sowie Ihre Armbanduhr ab. Im Falle eines Kurzschlusses (Kontakt mit Leistung und Erde)
erwärmen sich Metallgegenstände, was zu ernsthaften Verbrennungen führen oder den
Metallgegenstand mit den Anschlüssen verschweißen kann.
●
Legen Sie vor allen Arbeiten an einem an Leistungskabeln angeschlossenen Gerät sämtlichen
Schmuck sowie Ihre Armbanduhr ab. Metallgegenstände erwärmen sich, wenn sie an Leistung und
an Erde angeschlossen werden, was zu ernsthaften Verbrennungen führen oder den
Metallgegenstand mit den Anschlüssen verschweißen kann.
●
Wenn das Netz bei angeschlossener Netzversorgung angeschlossen oder getrennt wird, kann ein
elektrischer Lichtbogen entstehen. Dies kann bei Installationen in Gefahrenbereichen zu einer
Explosion führen. Achten Sie unbedingt darauf, dass das Gerät nicht mit der Netzversorgung
verbunden ist.
●
Achten Sie bei der Installation oder beim Austausch von Geräten darauf, dass Sie zuerst den
Erdungsanschluss herstellen bzw. den Erdungsanschluss zuletzt trennen.
Bei Installation von AC-Netzteilen:
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Schließen Sie bei Switches mit einem vor Ort austauschbaren Netzteil die Spannungsversorgung
nicht an einer elektrischen Spannungsquelle an, wenn das Netzteil nicht im Switch eingebaut ist;
andernfalls kann gefährliche Energie freigesetzt werden und es besteht potenzielle Stromschlag- und
Brandgefahr.
●
Stecken Sie Netzteile nur an vorschriftsmäßig geerdete Netzsteckdosen an, um die Gefahr eines
elektrischen Stromschlages zu vermeiden und internationale Sicherheitsstandards zu erfüllen.
●
Verwenden Sie nur Netzkabel, die in dem jeweiligen Einsatzland zugelassen sind. Versuchen Sie
nicht, modifizierte AC-Netzkabel zu verwenden
●
Versichern Sie sich, dass Spannung und Frequenz Ihrer Steckdose mit den elektrischen Daten Ihres
Gerätes übereinstimmen. Das Gebäude und/oder die Spannungsquelle muss gegen Überlast
geschützt sein.
●
Verwenden Sie einen Überspannungsschutz, einen Netzfilter oder eine unterbrechungsfreie
Spannungsversorgung, um das System plötzlichen Spannungsschwankungen zu schützen.
●
Bei Systemen mit mehreren Netzteilen schließen Sie jedes Netzteil an einer anderen, unabhängigen
Überstromschutzvorrichtung an, z. B. an einem Schütz. Bei Ausfall einer Spannungsquelle ist nur
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das daran angeschlossene Netzteil betroffen. Für die korrekte Auslegung des Schützes siehe das
Datenblatt des Netzteils.
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AC-Netzteile von Extreme Networks haben keinen Ein-/Ausschalter. Trennen Sie alle Netzstecker
von den elektrischen Steckdosen, um die Spannungsversorgung zu unterbrechen. Achten Sie auf
gute Zugänglichkeit der Steckdosen.
Installation von DC-Netzteilen und Anschluss von Gleichspannung:
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Der Anschluss an die Gleichspannungsquelle Ihrer Einrichtung muss von einem qualifizierten,
geprüften Elektriker vorgenommen werden.
●
DC-Netzteile von Extreme Networks haben keinen Ein-/Ausschalter. Versichern Sie sich, dass der
DC-Kreis spannungslos ist, ehe Sie das Gleichstromkabel an einer Gleichstromeingangsbuchse anoder abstecken.
●
Schließen Sie eine Gleichstromversorgung nicht an die DC-Quelle an, wenn das Netzteil nicht im
Chassis eingebaut ist; andernfalls kann gefährliche Energie freigesetzt werden und es besteht
potenzielle Stromschlag- und Brandgefahr.
●
Schließen Sie das System oder das Netzteil nur an eine DC-Spannungsquelle an, die die
Bestimmungen für Sicherheitskleinspannung (SELV) in den IEC 60950-basierten Sicherheitsstandards
erfüllt.
●
DC-Geräte müssen in einem zugangsbeschränkten Bereich installiert werden, damit gewährleistet ist,
dass nur geschultes und qualifiziertes Wartungspersonal Zugang zu den Geräten hat. Ein
zugangsbeschränkter Bereich kann beispielsweise nur mithilfe eines Spezialwerkzeugs, Schloss und
Schlüssel oder einer anderen Sicherheitsvorrichtung geöffnet werden.
HINWEIS
Da die Gebäudevorschriften in aller Welt unterschiedlich sind, empfiehlt Extreme Networks dringend, sich
bezüglich der korrekten Erdung und Spannungsverteilung für Ihre Installation in Ihrem Land an einen
Elektrofachbetrieb zu wenden.
Auswahl der Netzkabel
Im Lieferumfang von Extreme Networks-Produkten sind keine Netzkabel enthalten. Ein für Ihr Produkt
und Land passendes Netzkabel erhalten Sie entweder von Ihrem zuständigen Extreme Networks
Channel Account Manager oder Sales Manager oder im örtlichen Fachhandel. Die Anforderungen an
das Netzkabel entnehmen Sie Anhang B zu dieser Anleitung.
Hier finden Sie Ihren zuständigen Sales Manager oder Fachhändler:
http://www.extremenetworks.com/how-to-buy/how-to-buy.aspx
HINWEIS
Dieses Gerät ist nicht für eine direkte Versorgung von einem Spannungsverteilungssystem vorgesehen, wo
die Leiter-Leiter-Spannung den Wert von 240 V AC (2 Phasen+Schutzerde), wie zum Beispiel in Norwegen,
Frankreich und anderen Ländern. Für derartige Anwendungen wird ein Transformator empfohlen, um die Spannung
auf einen Wert unter < 240 V AC (Leiter-Leiter) herunterzutransformieren oder ein Anschluss an eine
(P+N+Schutzerde) Spannungsverteilung, wo die Spannung 240 V AC nicht überschreitet.
Alle Installationen müssen eine zuverlässige Erdung gemäß den nationalen Elektrovorschriften vorsehen.
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Safety Information for the E4G Series Routers
Wechseln und Entsorgen der Batterie
Die Batterien in Extreme Produkten sind gekapselt und dürfen nur durch qualifiziertes
Extreme-Wartungspersonal ausgewechselt werden. Wenden Sie sich für den Austausch eines Produktes
an das Wartungspersonal von Extreme Networks. Versuchen Sie nicht, die Batterie selbst
auszuwechseln. Bei einer Missachtung dieser Anweisungen und dem Versuch, die Batterien
eigenmächtig zu wechseln, müssen folgende Richtlinien eingehalten werden, um eine mögliche
Explosion zu vermeiden:
●
Tauschen Sie die Batterie nur gegen eine Batterie des gleichen Typs (wie vom Hersteller
empfohlen) aus.
●
Entsorgen Sie die Batterie gemäß den Empfehlungen des Batterieherstellers.
LWL-Ports und optische Sicherheit
Folgende Sicherheitswarnung gilt für alle optischen Geräte, die in Extreme Networks-Geräten eingesetzt
werden und entweder herausnehmbar sind oder direkt in einem E/A-Modul oder im Chassissystem
eingebaut sind. Solche Geräte sind nicht nur Gigabit-Interface-Konverter (GBICs), steckbare
Kleinformfaktormodule (SFP) (oder Mini-GBICs), QSFP+ Module, XENPAK Sendeempfänger und
laseroptische XFP-Module.
WARNUNG!
Laseroptische Module können bei längerem Gebrauch sehr heiß werden. Seien Sie beim Ausbau eines
laseroptischen Moduls aus dem Modul oder der Optionskarte äußerst vorsichtig. Wenn das laseroptische Modul
zum Anfassen zu heiß ist, trennen Sie das laseroptische Modul und lassen Sie es abkühlen, ehe Sie es komplett
ausbauen.
WARNUNG!
Ergreifen Sie beim Arbeiten mit laseroptischen Modulen die nachfolgenden Vorsichtsmaßnahmen, um eine
Aussetzung gegenüber gefährlicher Strahlung zu vermeiden.
●
Blicken Sie auf keinen Fall durch ein Vergrößerungsglas in die Sendediode/den Laser, solange die
Sendediode aktiv ist.
●
Blicken Sie auf keinen Fall in den LWL-Port am Switch oder auf die Stirnflächen eines aktiven
LWL-Kabels.
●
Bei offenen Anschlüssen kann unsichtbare Laserstrahlung abgegeben werden. Vermeiden Sie eine
direkte Aussetzung der Augen gegenüber dem Strahl, wenn die optischen Anschlüsse offen (ohne
Stecker) sind.
●
Optische Geräte dürfen auf keine andere Weise als in diesem Dokument empfohlen verändert,
modifiziert oder umgebaut werden.
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Konformität von GBIC, SFP (Mini-GBIC), QSFP+, XENPAK
und XFP
Steckbare optische Module von Extreme Networks und direkt angeschlossene Kabel erfüllen folgende
gesetzliche Vorschriften:
●
Laserprodukt der Klasse 1 oder Klasse 1M
●
EN60825-1:2007 2. Ausgabe oder später, Europäische Norm
●
FCC 21 CFR Kapitel 1, Paragraph J in Übereinstimmung mit FDA- und CDRH-Bestimmungen
●
Anwendung des CE-Zeichens gemäß der EMV-Richtlinie 2004/108/EEC und der
Niederspannungsrichtlinie 2006/95/EC
●
UL und/oder CSA-geprüfte Komponente für Nordamerika
●
47 CFR Teil 15, Klasse A bei Einbau in Extreme-Produkte
Sicherheitsinformationen für Router der Serie E4G
Die Aussagen in diesem Abschnitt gelten speziell für Router der Serie E4G.
●
Zur Vermeidung von elektrischen Stromschlägen dürfen Sicherheitskleinspannungsschaltungen
(SELV) nicht an Telefonnetzspannungsschaltungen (TNV-1) angeschlossen werden. LAN-Ports
enthalten SELV-Schaltungen, WAN-Ports enthalten TNV-1-Schaltungen. Sowohl LAN- als auch
WAN-Ports können RJ-45-Stecker verwenden. Seien Sie beim Anschließen der Kabel äußerst
vorsichtig.
●
Berühren Sie auf keinen Fall nicht isolierte Telefonkabel oder -anschlüsse, solange die Telefonleitung
nicht von der Netzwerkschnittstelle getrennt wurde.
●
Verwenden Sie diese Geräte nicht in der Nähe von Wasser, wie einer Nasswand, einem Ablaufkanal
oder einer anderen Wasserquelle.
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B
Technical Specifications
APPENDIX
This appendix includes the following specifications for E4G series routers and related components:
●
E4G-200 Cell Site Router
●
E4G-200-12X Cell Site Router
●
E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router on page 117
●
Power Supplies for the E4G-400 Router on page 123
●
E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts on page 126
●
E4G-400 Connector Pinouts on page 129
●
Conformity Statements on page 133
E4G-200 Cell Site Router
Table 12: E4G-200 Cell Site Router Technical Specifications
Physical Dimensions
E4G-200 router
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 17.25 inches (43.8 cm)
Depth: 10.75 inches (27.3 cm) (Includes connectors and ground lug)
Clock/timing module
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 2.5 inches (6.4 cm)
Depth: 8 inches (20.32 cm) (includes connectors)
T1/E1 module
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 6.25 inches (15.9 cm)
Depth: 9.5 inches (24.1 cm) (includes connectors)
Weight
E4G-200 router
7.14 lb (5.46 kg)
Clock/timing module
0.75 lb (0.34 kg)
T1/E1 module
2.0 lb (0.9 kg)
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Table 12: E4G-200 Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
Packaged Dimensions
E4G-200 router
Height: 5.25 inches (13.3 cm)
Width: 22.5 inches (57.2 cm)
Depth: 14 inches (35.6 cm)
E4G-200 CLK
Clock/timing module
Height: 3.0 inches (7.62 cm)
Width: 8.5 inches (21.6 cm)
Depth: 6.0 inches (15.2 cm)
T1/E1 module
Height: 4.5 inches (11.4 cm)
Width: 7.25 inches (18.4 cm)
Depth: 14.0 inches (35.6 cm)
Packaged Weight
E4G-200 router
9.0 lb (4.1 kg)
E4G-200 CLK
Clock/timing module
0.75 lb (0.34 kg)
T1/E1 module
2.75 lb (1.25 kg)
y
E4G 200 Average Latency
Frame size (Bytes)
Average Latency (ms)
64
4.036
128
4.221
256
4.032
512
4.209
1024
4.035
1280
4.041
1518
4.046
2176
4.030
4096
4.201
6144
4.030
9216
4.195
Fan Behavior
Normal Condition
<40° C
40° C to 50° C
>50C° C
Fan no. 1
(AVC 10,500 RPM)
ON (low speed))
ON (high speed)
ON (high speed)
Fan no. 2
(Sunon 18,500 RPM)
OFF
OFF
ON (high speed)
E4G-200 Power
Operational Voltage Ranges
–22 to 60 V
Nominal Input Ratings
–48 V
, 1.25 A or +24 V
, 2.5 A
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E4G-200 Cell Site Router
Table 12: E4G-200 Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
Nominal Input Current
0.95 A @ –48 V
2.2 A @ +24 V
Inrush Current
35 A at 72 V
DC Voltage Input Range
–22 to 60 V
peak
DC Power Supply Input Socket
3-pin terminal block. Refer to instructions on page 51.
Minimum wire size
14 AWG (1.5 mm2) copper stranded
E4G-200 router with no installed optional modules
Input current
0.68 A @ +24 V
0.52 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
33 W, 113 BTU/hr
Power consumption
33 W, 113 BTU/hr
E4G-200 router with clock module
Input current
0.83 A @ +24V
0.64 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
40 W, 137 BTU/hr
Power consumption
40 W, 137 BTU/hr
E4G-200 router with T1/E1 module
Input current
0.89 A @ +24 V
0.69 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
43 W, 147 BTU/hr
Power consumption
43 W, 147 BTU/hr
E4G-200 router with clock module and T1/E1 module
Input current
1.02 A @ +24 V
0.78 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
49 W, 167 BTU/hr
Power consumption
49 W, 167 BTU/hr
Safety Standards
North American Safety
UL 60950-1:2007 2nd Ed., Listed Device (US)
CSA 22.2 #60950-1-03 2nd Ed. 2006-07 (Canada)
Complies with FCC 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subpart J (US Laser Safety)
CDRH Letter of Approval (US FDA Approval)
European Safety
CB Scheme IEC 60950-1: 2005 2nd Ed.+National Differences
IEC/EN 60825-1:2007 (Lasers Safety)
IEC/EN 60825-2:2004+A2:2010 (Optic Fiber Systems)
International Safety
GS-TUV Mark EN 60950-1:2006 2nd Ed.
AS/NZS 60950-1 (Australia /New Zealand)
EMI/EMC Standards
North America EMC
FCC CFR 47 part 15 Class A (USA)
ICES-003 Class A (Canada)
European EMC
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
55022:2010 Class A
55024:2010 Class A includes EN 61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11
55011:2009+A1:2010
61000-3-2,8-2006+A2:2009 (Harmonics)
61000-3-3 2008 (Flicker)
61000-6-4:2007 (Emissions for Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
61000-6-2:2005 (Immunity for Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
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Table 12: E4G-200 Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
International EMC
CISPR 22: 2010 Ed 5.2, Class A (International Emissions)
CISPR 24:2010 Class A (International Immunity)
IEC 61000-4-2:2008/EN 61000-4-2:2009
Electrostatic Discharge, 8kV Contact, 15 kV Air, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-3:2008/EN 61000-4-3:2006+A1:2008
Radiated Immunity 10V/m, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-4:2004 am1 ed.2./EN 61000-4-4:2004/A1:2010
Transient Burst, 1 kV, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-5:2005 /EN 61000-4-5:2006
Surge, 2 kV L-L, 2 kV L-G, Level 3, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-6:2008/EN 61000-4-6:2009
Conducted Immunity, 0.15-80 MHz, 10V/m unmod. RMS, Criteria A
IEC-61000-4-11:2004
Power Dips & Interruptions, >30%, 25 periods, Criteria C
Directives
1999/5/EC R&TTE
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
2002/96/EC WEEE
2002/95/EC RoHS
China RoHS Order No. 39
Country-specific (see “Conformity
Statements” on page 133)
Canada, ICES-003, (IC)
Japan, Class A, (VCCI)
Taiwan, CNS 13438(95) Class A, CNS 14336-1(10), (BSMI)
Australia/New Zealand, C-Tick (ACMA)
South Korea: KN22, KN24 (KCC)
Brazil, Res 442, (ANATEL)
Mexico, NOM-19 (NRTL)
Russia (GOST-R)
IEEE 802.3 Media Access Standards
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T
Environmental Data
Environmental Standards
EN/ETSI
EN/ETSI
EN/ETSI
EN/ETSI
300
300
300
300
019-2-1 v2.1.2 (2009-09) - Class 1.2 Storage
019-2-2 v2.2.1 (2011-11) - Class 2.3 Transportation
019-2-3 v2.2.2 (2003-04) - Class 3.1e Operational
753 (2009-07) - Acoustic Noise
Operating conditions
Temperature range: –40° C to +65° C (–49° to 149° F)
Humidity: 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 3,000 meters (9,850 feet)
Shock (half sine): 30 m/s2, 60 shocks in each direction
Random vibration: 3 to 500 MHz @ 1.5 G rms
Storage & transportation
conditions (packaged)
Temperature: –40° C to 70° C (–40° F to 158° F)
Humidity: 10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Packaged shock (half sine): 180 m/s2, 100 shocks in each
direction
Packaged sine vibration: 5 to 62 Hz @ velocity 5 mm/s,
62 to 500 Hz @ 0.2 G
Packaged random vibration: 5 to 20 Hz @ 1.0 ASD
20 to 200 Hz @–3 dB/octave
14 drops minimum on sides & corners @ 42 inches (<15 kg box)
Sound pressure
(in dBA per ISO 7779:2010)
Low fan speed: 28.2 dB(A) per ISO 7779:2010
High fan speed: 52.9 dB(A) per ISO 7779:2010
Sound power in accordance with
EN 300 753 v1.3.1 (2011-11)
Low fan speed: 33.2 dB(A) per ISO 3744:1994
High fan speed: 57.9 dB(A) per ISO 3744:1994
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E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router
Table 12: E4G-200 Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
Declared sound power in
accordance with
EN 300 753 v1.3.1 (2011-11)
Low fan speed: 3.3 B(A) in accordance with ISO 9296:1998
High fan speed: 5.7 B(A) in accordance with ISO 9296:1998
E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router
Table 13: E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Technical Specifications
Physical Dimensions
E4G-200-12x router
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 17.25 inches (43.8 cm)
Depth: 10.75 inches (27.3 cm) (Includes connectors and ground lug)
Clock/timing module
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 2.5 inches (6.4 cm)
Depth: 8 inches (20.32 cm) (includes connectors)
T1/E1 module
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 6.25 inches (15.9 cm)
Depth: 9.5 inches (24.1 cm) (includes connectors)
Weight
E4G-200-12x router
7.14 lb (5.46 kg)
Clock/timing module
0.75 lb (0.34 kg)
T1/E1 module
2.0 lb (0.9 kg)
Packaged Dimensions
E4G-200-12x router
Height: 5.25 inches (13.3 cm)
Width: 22.5 inches (57.2 cm)
Depth: 14 inches (35.6 cm)
E4G-200-12x CLK
Clock/timing module
Height: 3.0 inches (7.62 cm)
Width: 8.5 inches (21.6 cm)
Depth: 6.0 inches (15.2 cm)
T1/E1 module
Height: 4.5 inches (11.4 cm)
Width: 7.25 inches (18.4 cm)
Depth: 14.0 inches (35.6 cm)
Packaged Weight
E4G-200-12x router
9.0 lb (4.1 kg)
E4G-200-12x CLK
Clock/timing module
0.75 lb (0.34 kg)
T1/E1 module
2.75 lb (1.25 kg)
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Table 13: E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
y
E4G 200-12X Average Latency
Frame size (Bytes)
Average Latency (ms)
64
3.324
128
3.339
256
3.270
512
3.323
1024
3.323
1280
3.329
1518
3.334
2176
3.315
4096
3.311
6144
3.315
9216
3.312
Fan Behavior
Normal Condition
<40° C
40° C to 50° C
>50C° C
Fan no. 1 (AVC)
ON (6,500 RPM+/- 20%)
ON (10,500 RPM+/- 20%)
ON (10,500 RPM+/- 20%)
Fan no. 2 (Sunon)
OFF
OFF
ON (18,500 RPM
Abnormal Condition
(Fan No. 1 abnormal)
Fan no. 2 (Sunon)
<50° C
>50° C
ON (12,500 RPM+/- 20%)
ON (18,500 RPM+/- 20%)
E4G-200-12x Power
Operational Voltage Ranges
18 to 75V
Nominal Input Ratings
–48 V
Nominal Input Current
1.02 A @ –48 V
2.02 A @ +24 V
Inrush Current
2.7 A at 48 V
DC Voltage Input Range
18 to 75V
DC Power Supply Input Socket
3-pin terminal block. Refer to instructions on page 51.
Minimum wire size
14 AWG (1.5 mm2) copper stranded
, 1.25 A or +24 V
, 2.5 A
E4G-200-12x router with no installed optional modules
Input current
1.41 A @ +24 V
0.73 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
35 W, 120 BTU/hr
Power consumption
35 W, 120 BTU/hr
E4G-200-12x router with clock module
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E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router
Table 13: E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
Input current
1.61 A @ +24V
0.82 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
40 W, 137 BTU/hr
Power consumption
40 W, 137 BTU/hr
E4G-200-12x router with T1/E1 module
Input current
1.81 A @ +24 V
0.93 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
44.5 W, 152 BTU/hr
Power consumption
44.5 W, 152 BTU/hr
E4G-200-12x router with clock module and T1/E1 module
Input current
2.02 A @ +24 V
1.03 A @ –48 V
Heat dissipation
49.5 W, 169 BTU/hr
Power consumption
49.5 W, 169 BTU/hr
Safety Standards
North American Safety
UL 60950-1:2007 2nd Ed., Listed Device (US)
CSA 22.2 #60950-1-03 2nd Ed. 2006-07 (Canada)
Complies with FCC 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subpart J (US Laser Safety)
CDRH Letter of Approval (US FDA Approval)
European Safety
CB Scheme IEC 60950-1: 2005 2nd Ed.+National Differences
IEC/EN 60825-1:2007 (Lasers Safety)
IEC/EN 60825-2:2004+A2:2010 (Optic Fiber Systems)
International Safety
GS-TUV Mark EN 60950-1:2006 2nd Ed.
AS/NZS 60950-1 (Australia /New Zealand)
EMI/EMC Standards
North America EMC
FCC CFR 47 part 15 Class A (USA)
ICES-003 Class A (Canada)
European EMC
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
International EMC
CISPR 22: 2010 Ed 5.2, Class A (International Emissions)
CISPR 24:2010 Class A (International Immunity)
IEC 61000-4-2:2008/EN 61000-4-2:2009
Electrostatic Discharge, 8kV Contact, 15 kV Air, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-3:2008/EN 61000-4-3:2006+A1:2008
Radiated Immunity 10V/m, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-4:2004 am1 ed.2./EN 61000-4-4:2004/A1:2010
Transient Burst, 1 kV, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-5:2005 /EN 61000-4-5:2006
Surge, 2 kV L-L, 2 kV L-G, Level 3, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-6:2008/EN 61000-4-6:2009
Conducted Immunity, 0.15-80 MHz, 10V/m unmod. RMS, Criteria A
IEC-61000-4-11:2004
Power Dips & Interruptions, >30%, 25 periods, Criteria C
55022:2010 Class A
55024:2010 Class A includes EN 61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11
55011:2009+A1:2010
61000-3-2,8-2006+A2:2009 (Harmonics)
61000-3-3 2008 (Flicker)
61000-6-4:2007 (Emissions for Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
61000-6-2:2005 (Immunity for Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
Directives
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Table 13: E4G-200-12x Cell Site Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
1999/5/EC R&TTE
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
2002/96/EC WEEE
2002/95/EC RoHS
China RoHS Order No. 39
Country-specific (see “Conformity
Statements” on page 133)
Canada, ICES-003, (IC)
Japan, Class A, (VCCI)
Taiwan, CNS 13438(95) Class A, CNS 14336-1(10), (BSMI)
Australia/New Zealand, C-Tick (ACMA)
South Korea: KN22, KN24 (KCC)
Brazil, Res 442, (ANATEL)
Mexico, NOM-19 (NRTL)
Russia (GOST-R)
IEEE 802.3 Media Access Standards
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T
Environmental Data
Environmental Standards
EN/ETSI
EN/ETSI
EN/ETSI
EN/ETSI
300
300
300
300
019-2-1 v2.1.2 (2009-09) - Class 1.2 Storage
019-2-2 v2.2.1 (2011-11) - Class 2.3 Transportation
019-2-3 v2.2.2 (2003-04) - Class 3.1e Operational
753 (2009-07) - Acoustic Noise
Operating conditions
Temperature range: –40° C to +65° C (–40° to 149° F)
Humidity: 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 3,000 meters (9,850 feet)
Shock (half sine): 30 m/s2, 60 shocks in each direction
Random vibration: 3 to 500 MHz @ 1.5 G rms
Storage & transportation
conditions (packaged)
Temperature: –40° C to 70° C (–40° F to 158° F)
Humidity: 10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Packaged shock (half sine): 180 m/s2, 100 shocks in each
direction
Packaged sine vibration: 5 to 62 Hz @ velocity 5 mm/s,
62 to 500 Hz @ 0.2 G
Packaged random vibration: 5 to 20 Hz @ 1.0 ASD
20 to 200 Hz @–3 dB/octave
14 drops minimum on sides & corners @ 42 inches (<15 kg box)
Sound power
(In accordance with ISO
9296:1988, ISO 3744:2010(E),
ISO 7779:2010(E) ETSI 300
753:2007(E) )
Low: <40°C = 5.2 bels(A) (LWAd) Declared Sound Power
Medium: 40°C to 50°C = 6.3 bels(A) (LWAd) Declared Sound Power
High: >50°C = 7.2 bels(A) (LWAd) Declared Sound Power
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E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Table 14: E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router Technical Specifications
Physical Dimensions
E4G-400 router
Height: 1.75 inches (4.4 cm)
Width: 17.25 inches (43.8 cm)
Depth: 18.75 inches (43.2 cm) (Includes connectors and
fan module handles)
XGM3S-2sf option card
XGM3S-2xf option card
Height: 1.4 inches (3.55 cm)
Width: 2.9 inches (7.4 cm)
Depth: 4.9 inches (12.5 cm) (includes retaining screws)
XGM3SB-4sf option card
Height: 1.4 inches (3.55 cm)
Width: 3.4 inches (8.6 cm)
Depth: 5.5 inches (13.9 cm) (includes retaining screws)
E4G-B16T1E1 module
Height: 1.4 inches (3.55 cm)
Width: 3.4 inches (8.6 cm)
Depth: 9.5 inches (24.1 cm)
Fan module
Height: 1.6 inches (4.15 cm)
Width: 3.25 inches (8.26 cm)
Depth: 4.9 inches (12.53 cm)
Weight
E4G-400 router
13.75 lb (6.2 kg)
NOTE: The router weight includes an installed fan module. It does not include installed port option modules or
power supplies.
XGM3S-2sf option card
0.5 lb (0.23 kg)
XGM3S-2xf option card
0.5 lb (0.23 kg)
XGM3SB-4sf option card
0.5 lb (0.23 kg)
E4G-B16T1E1 module
1.25 lb (0.57 kg)
E4G-400 fan module
0.66 lb (0.30 kg)
Packaged Dimensions
E4G-400 router
Height: 6.5 inches (16.5 cm)
Width: 23.4 inches (59.3 cm)
Depth: 26.2 inches (66.5 cm)
Packaged Weight
E4G-400 router
21 lb (9.5 kg)
(Router is shipped with one power supply in package)
XGM3S-2sf option card
1.0 lb (0.45 kg)
XGM3S-2xf option card
1.0 lb (0.45 kg)
XGM3SB-4sf option card
1.0 lb (0.45 kg)
E4G-B16T1E1 module
2.25 lb (1.0 kg)
E4G-400 fan module
0.79 lb (0.36 kg)
Fan Speed
Minimum speed
2500 RPM
Maximum speed
15900 RPM
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Table 14: E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
y
E4G-400 Average Latency
Frame size (Bytes)
Average Latency (ms)
64
4.330
128
4.542
256
4.897
512
5.055
1024
4.891
1280
4.980
1518
4.955
2176
4.889
4096
5.023
6144
4.892
9216
4.967
Power (with AC Power Supplies)
E4G-400 Router with No Installed Optional Ports (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
87 W, 297 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
87 W, 297 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2sf Option Card (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
93 W, 317 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
93 W, 317 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2xf Option Card (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Heat dissipation
107 W, 365 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
107 W, 365 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3SB-4sf Option Card (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation,
93 W, 317 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
93 W, 317 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
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Table 14: E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
E4G-400 Router with E4G-B16T1E1 Module (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Heat dissipation,
91 W, 311 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
91 W, 311 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2sf Option Card and XGM3SB-4sf Option Card (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
100 W, 341 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
100 W, 341 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2sf Option Card and E4G-B16T1E1 Module (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
99 W, 339 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
99 W, 339 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2xf Option Card and XGM3SB-4sf Module (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
104 W, 355 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
104 W, 355 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2xf Option Card and E4G-B16T1E1 Module (AC Power)
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
Maximum Input current
5 A @ 100 V
(low-line)
2.5 A @ 240 V
(high-line)
, 50/60 Hz, 5 A
Heat dissipation
104 W, 355 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
104 W, 355 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power (with DC Power Supplies)
E4G-400 Router with No Installed Optional Ports (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
,9A
Heat dissipation
87 W, 297 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
87 W, 297 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
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Table 14: E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2sf Option Card (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
,9A
Heat dissipation
94 W, 321 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
94 W, 321 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2xf Option Card (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
,9A
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
107 W, 366 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
107 W, 366 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3SB-4sf Option Card (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
,9A
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
94 W, 319 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
94 W, 319 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with E4G-B16T1E1 Module (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
,9A
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
92 W, 314 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
92 W, 314 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2sf Option Card and XGM3SB-4sf Option Card (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
,9A
Heat dissipation
100 W, 341 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
100 W, 341 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2sf Option Card and E4G-B16T1E1 Module (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
,9A
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
100 W, 341 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
100 W, 341 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2xf Option Card and XGM3SB-4sf Option Card (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
,9A
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
Heat dissipation
105 W, 358 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
105 W, 358 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
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E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Table 14: E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
E4G-400 Router with XGM3S-2xf Option Card and E4G-B16T1E1 Module (DC Power)
Nominal input ratings
40 to 72 V
Maximum Input current
7 A @ 48 V
(low-line)
5.6 A @ 60 V
(high-line)
,9A
Heat dissipation
104 W, 356 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Power consumption
104 W, 356 BTU/hr (with 1 power supply)
Safety Standards
North American Safety
UL 60950-1:2007 2nd Ed., Listed Device (US)
CSA 22.2 #60950-1-03 2nd Ed. 2006-07 (Canada)
Complies with FCC 21 CFR Chapter 1, Subpart J (US Laser Safety)
CDRH Letter of Approval (US FDA Approval)
European Safety
CB Scheme IEC 60950-1: 2005 2nd Ed.+National Differences
IEC/EN 60825-1:2007 (Lasers Safety)
IEC/EN 60825-2:2004+A2:2010 (Optic Fiber Systems)
International Safety
GS-TUV Mark EN 60950-1:2006 2nd Ed.
AS/NZS 60950-1 (Australia /New Zealand)
EMI/EMC Standards
North America EMC
FCC CFR 47 part 15 Class A (USA)
ICES-003 Class A (Canada)
European EMC
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
EN
International EMC
CISPR 22: 2010 Ed 5.2, Class A (International Emissions)
CISPR 24:2010 Class A (International Immunity)
IEC 61000-4-2:2008/EN 61000-4-2:2009
Electrostatic Discharge, 8kV Contact, 15 kV Air, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-3:2008/EN 61000-4-3:2006+A1:2008
Radiated Immunity 10V/m, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-4:2004 am1 ed.2./EN 61000-4-4:2004/A1:2010
Transient Burst, 1 kV, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-5:2005 /EN 61000-4-5:2006
Surge, 2 kV L-L, 2 kV L-G, Level 3, Criteria A
IEC 61000-4-6:2008/EN 61000-4-6:2009
Conducted Immunity, 0.15-80 MHz, 10V/m unmod. RMS, Criteria A
IEC-61000-4-11:2004
Power Dips & Interruptions, >30%, 25 periods, Criteria C
55022:2010 Class A
55024:2010 Class A includes EN 61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11
55011:2009+A1:2010
61000-3-2,8-2006+A2:2009 (Harmonics)
61000-3-3 2008 (Flicker)
61000-6-4:2007 (Emissions for Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
61000-6-2:2005 (Immunity for Industrial, Scientific & Medical)
Directives
1999/5/EC R&TTE
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
2002/96/EC WEEE
2002/95/EC RoHS
China RoHS Order No. 39
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Table 14: E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router Technical Specifications (Continued)
Country-specific (see “Conformity
Statements” on page 133)
Canada, ICES-003, (IC)
Japan, Class A, (VCCI)
Taiwan, CNS 13438(95) Class A, CNS 14336-1(10), (BSMI)
Australia/New Zealand, C-Tick (ACMA)
South Korea: KN22, KN24 (KCC)
Brazil, Res 442, (ANATEL)
Mexico, NOM-19 (NRTL)
Russia (GOST-R)
Telecommunications Standards
ETSI EN 300 386 v1.5.1, 2010-4 (EMC Telecommunications)
ETSI EN 300 019 Series for Packaging, Transportation & Operation
ACTA Telecom per TIA-968-A:2009 (Formerly Part 68)
Mexico, NOM-152 (COFETEL)
Industry Canada CS-03, Issue 9
Japan, JATA Green book
Taiwan, NCC
Australia/New Zealand, AS/ACIF S016 (ACMA)
TBR 12/13 (European Union)
Telcordia GR-1089, Issue 6 per SR 3580 issue 4, Level 3 Compliant
VZ.TPR.9305
ATT.-TP.76200
IEEE 802.3 Media Access
Standards
IEEE 802.3ab 1000BASE-T
Environmental Data
Environmental standards
EN/ETSI 300 019-2-1 v2.1.2 - Class 1.2 Storage
EN/ETSI 300 019-2-2 v2.1.2 - Class 2.3 Transportation
EN/ETSI 300 019-2-3 v2.1.2 - Class 3.1e Operational
EN/ETSI 300 753 (1997-10) - Acoustic Noise
ASTM D3580 Random Vibration Unpackaged 1.5 G
Operating conditions
Temperature range: -10° C to 50° C (14° F to 122° F)
Humidity: 5% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Altitude: 0 to 3,000 meters (9,850 feet)
Shock (half sine): 30 m/s2, 60 shocks in each direction
Random vibration: 3 to 500 MHz @ 1.5 G rms
Storage & transportation
conditions (packaged)
Temperature: –40° C to 70° C (–40° F to 158° F)
Humidity: 10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
Packaged shock (half sine): 180 m/s2, 100 shocks in each direction
Packaged sine vibration: 5 to 62 Hz @ velocity 5 mm/s,
62 to 500 Hz @ 0.2 G
Packaged random vibration: 5 to 20 Hz @ 1.0 ASD
20 to 200 Hz @–3 dB/octave
14 drops minimum on sides & corners @ 42 inches (<15 kg box)
Sound pressure
(in dBA per ISO 7779:2010)
Low fan speed: 48.8 dB(A) per ISO 7779:2010
High fan speed: 69.3 dB(A) per ISO 7779:2010
Sound power in accordance with
EN 300 753 v1.3.1 (2011-11)
Low fan speed: 53.7 dB(A) per ISO 3744:1994
High fan speed: 74.3 dB(A) per ISO 3744:1994
Declared sound power in
accordance with
EN 300 753 v1.3.1 (2011-11)
Low fan speed: 5.3 B(A) in accordance with ISO 9296:1998
High fan speed: 7.4 B(A) in accordance with ISO 9296:1998
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Power Supplies for the E4G-400 Router
Power Supplies for the E4G-400 Router
The following power supplies are available for use in the E4G-400 router:
●
300W AC power supply (model number 10930A)
●
300W DC power supply (model number 10933)
●
300W DC power supply (model number 10934A)
Table 15: 300 W AC Power Supply (Model 10930A)
For use with the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
Height: 1.57 inches (4.0 cm)
Width: 3.15 inches (8.0 cm)
Depth: 9.5 Inches (24.1 cm)
Weight
2.30 lb (1 kg)
Power Specifications
Voltage input range
85 to 264 V
Nominal input ratings
100 to 240 V
Nominal input current at full loads
4.2 A @ 90 V
1.7 A @ 230 V
Line frequency range
47 to 63 Hz
, 50 to 60 Hz, 5 A
(low-line)
(high-line)
Maximum inrush current
30 A
Output
12 V
3.3 V
Power supply input socket
IEC 320 C14
Power cord input plug
IEC 320 C13
Power supply cord gauge
18 AWG (0.75 mm2) up to 6 feet or 2 meters
or
16 AWG (1.0 mm2) over 6 feet
Efficiency
Low Line: 85% at 50% load and 88% at 100% load
High Line: 86% at 50% load and 89% at 100% load
, 25 A max, 300 Watts
, 3.03 A max, 10 Watts
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature
–10°C to 50°C (normal operation)
Storage temperature
-40°C to 70°C
Operating humidity
20% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
Operational shock
30 m/s2 (3 G)
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Table 16: Summit 300 W DC Power Supply (Model 10933)
When used with the E4G-400 DC Cell Site Aggregation Router
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
Height: 1.57 inches (4.0 cm)
Width: 3.15 inches (8.0 cm)
Depth: 9.14 Inches (23.2 cm)
Weight
1.5 lb (0.68 k)
Power Specifications
Nominal Input Rating
+24V 4A, -48V 2A
DC Voltage Input Range
18 V — 72V
Maximum Input Amperages
14.6A at 24V
7.3A at 48V
4.8A at 72V
Inrush Current
35A at 72V peak
Minimum wire size
14 AWG (1.5 mm2) copper stranded
DC Output Power (W)
300 W
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature
0°C to 50°C (normal operation)
Storage temperature
-40°C to 70°C
Operating humidity
20% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
Operational shock
30 m/s2 (3 G)
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Table 17: 300 W DC Power Supply (Model 10934A)
For use with the E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Physical Specifications
Dimensions
Height: 1.57 inches (4.0 cm)
Width: 3.15 inches (8.0 cm)
Depth: 9.5 Inches (24.1 cm)
Weight
2.30 lb (1.0 kg)
Power Specifications
Nominal Input
–48 V
DC Voltage Input Range
–40 to –72 V
Maximum Input Amperages
9 A @ 40 V
7.5 A @ 48 V
4.7 A @ 72 V
Inrush Current
50 A at 72 V
Minimum wire size
14 AWG (1.5 mm2) copper stranded
DC Output
12 V
DC Output Power (W)
310 W
,9A
peak
, 25 A/3.3 V
, 3.0 A
Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature
-10°C to 50°C (normal operation)
Storage temperature
-40°C to 70°C
Operating humidity
20% to 90% relative humidity, non-condensing
Operational shock
30 m/s2 (3 G)
Power Cord Requirements for AC Power Supplies
Power cords used on AC-powered E4G series routers must meet the following requirements:
●
The power cord must be agency-certified for the country of use.
●
The power cord must have an IEC320-C13 connector for connection to the router.
●
The power cord must have an appropriately rated and approved wall plug applicable to the country
of installation.
●
For cords up to 6 feet (2 m) long, the wire size must be 18 AWG (.75 mm2) minimum; over 6 feet, the
minimum wire size is 16 AWG (1.0 mm2).
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Appendix B: Technical Specifications
E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts
This section provides pinouts for connectors and associated cables used on the E4G-200 series routers.
Table 18 shows the pinouts for the alarms connector on the E4G-200 series Cell Site Router.
Table 18: E4G-200 Series Alarms Connector
Pin
Name
Description
Functional Mapping
User-defined input Alarm1. Alternatively,
the alarm input can be used as an
indication to reset a Minor alarm.
Input Alarms
1
AMIR+
External Alarm1 Input +
2
AMIR–
External Alarm1 Input –
3
AMAR+
External Alarm2 Input +
4
AMAR–
External Alarm2 Input –
User-defined input Alarm2. Alternatively,
the alarm input can be used as an
indication to reset a Major alarm.
Output Alarmsa
5
ACNO
Critical alarm relay—
normally open (NO) contact
6
ACNC
Critical alarm relay—
normally closed (NC) contact
7
ACCOM
Critical alarm relay—
common (COM) contact
8
AMINO
Minor alarm relay—
normally open (NO) contact
9
AMINC
Minor alarm relay—
normally closed (NC) contact
10
AMINCOM
Minor alarm relay—
common (COM) contact
11
AMANO
Major alarm relay—
normally open (NO) contact
12
AMANC
Major alarm relay—
normally closed (NC) contact
13
AMACOM
Major alarm relay—
common (COM) contact
14
APRCO
Power alarm relay—
normally open (NO) contact
15
APRCOM
Power alarm relay—
common (COM) contact
Shield
Shelf-GND
Shelf Ground
Fan failure, temperature overshoot, or other
software conditions that require a reboot to
recover.
Other software alarms such as pseudo-wire
alarms and port alarms.
Ethernet and TDM port up/down.
Power status indication.
a.The alarm output signals have an operational rating of 75 V, 1 A.
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E4G-200 Series Connector Pinouts
Table 19 shows the pinouts for the RJ-45 connector on the E4G-200 series clock module.
Table 19: E4G-200 Series Clock Module RJ-45 Connector
Pin
Description
Direction
Comment
1
BITS_IN_P
In
1.544 MHz, 2.048 MHz RS-422
2
BITS_IN_N
In
1.544 MHz, 2.048 MHz RS-422
3
1_PPS_P
Out
1 PPS RS-422
4
—
—
5
—
—
6
1_PPS_N
Out
1 PPS RS-422
7
ToD_N
I/O
RS-422
8
ToD_P
I/O
RS-422
Figure 71 shows the mini-BNC connectors on the E4G-200 Series clock module, and Table 20 shows the
signal descriptions for these connectors.
Figure 71: Mini-BNC Connectors on the E4G-200 Series CLK Module
1
2
3
Table 20: Signals for the E4G-200 Series Mini-BNC Connectors
Label
Connector
Position
IN
OUT
Upper
1 PPS input, 3.3 V level
1 PPS/8 KHz frame output, 3.3 V level
Lower
10-Mhz clock input, 3.3 V level
1.5 MHz/2 MHz/10 MHz clock output, 3.3 V level
Table 21 shows the pinouts for the RJ-48 connectors on the E4G-200 Series F16T1E1 module.
Table 21: Pinouts for the E4G-200 Series F16T1E1 Module
Pin
Description
1
RX_RING
2
RX_TIP
3
—
4
TX_RING
5
TX_TIP
6
—
7
—
8
—
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Table 22 shows the pinouts for the RJ-45 console port connector on the E4G-200 Series Cell Site Router.
Table 22: RJ-45 Console Port on the E4G-200 Seires Router
Function
Pin Number
Direction
CTS (clear to send)
1
In
DTR (data carrier detect)
2
Out
TXD (transmit data)
3
Out
GND (ground)
4
—
GND (ground)
5
—
RXD (receive data)
6
In
DSR (data set ready)
7
In
RTS (request to send)
8
Out
Table 23 shows the pinouts for an RJ-45-to-DB-9 adapter.
Table 23: Pinouts for an RJ-45 to DB-9 Adapter
Signal
RJ-45 Pin
DB-9 Pin
CTS (clear to send)
1
8
DTR (data carrier detect)
2
6
TXD (transmit data)
3
2
GND (ground)
4
5
GND (ground)
5
5
RXD (receive data)
6
3
DSR (data set ready)
7
4
RTS (request to send)
8
7
Table 24 shows the pinouts for a T1/E1 crossover cable. This cable is used for connecting the ports on
the E4G-200 Series T1/E1 module.
Table 24: Pinouts for a T1/E1 RJ-48C Crossover Cable
RJ-48C
Connector Pin
Description
1
RX_RING to TX_RING
4
2
RX_TIP to TX_TIP
5
3
RJ-48C
Connector Pin
6
4
TX_RING to RX_RING
5
TX_TIP to RX_RING
6
1
2
3
7
—
—
8
—
—
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E4G-400 Connector Pinouts
E4G-400 Connector Pinouts
This section provides pinouts for connectors and associated cables used on the E4G-400 routers.
Table 25 describes the pinouts for a DB-9 console plug connector.
Table 25: Pinouts for the DB-9 Console Connector
Function
Pin
Number
Direction
DCD (data carrier detect)
1
In
RXD (receive data)
2
In
TXD (transmit data)
3
Out
DTR (data terminal ready)
4
Out
GND (ground)
5
—
DSR (data set ready)
6
In
RTS (request to send)
7
Out
CTS (clear to send)
8
In
Figure 72 shows the pinouts for a 9-pin to 25-pin (RS-232) null-modem cable.
Figure 72: Null-Modem Cable Pinouts
Switch
PC/Terminal
Cable connector: 9-pin female
Cable connector: 25-pin male/female
Screen Shell
TxD
3
RxD
2
Ground
5
RTS
7
CTS
8
DSR
6
DCD
1
DTR
4
1
3
2
7
4
20
5
6
8
Screen
RxD
TxD
Ground
RTS
DTR
CTS
DSR
DCD
25pin
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Figure 73 shows the pinouts for a 9-pin to 9-pin (PC-AT) null-modem serial cable.
Figure 73: PC-AT Serial Null-modem Cable Pinouts
Switch
PC-AT Serial Port
Cable connector: 9-pin female
Cable connector: 9-pin female
Screen Shell
DTR
4
TxD
3
RxD
2
CTS
8
Ground
5
DSR
6
RTS
7
DCD
1
Shell Screen
DCD
1
RxD
2
TxD
3
DTR
4
Ground
5
DSR
6
RTS
7
CTS
8
9pin
Table 26 shows port mapping between the MRJ21 connector on the E4G-B16T1E1 module and the E1/T1
ports.
Table 26: Port Mapping between the E4G-B16T1E1 MRJ21 Connectors and T1E1 Ports
MRJ21 Connector 1
MRJ21 Connector 2
Port 1
Port 9
Port 2
Port 10
Port 3
Port 11
Port 4
Port 12
Port 5
Port 13
Port 6
Port 14
Port 7
Port 15
Port 8
Port 16
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E4G-400 Connector Pinouts
Figure 74 shows the connector-to-port mapping for the MRJ21-to-RJ-48 fan-out cable.
Figure 74: MRJ21-to-RJ-48 Fan-out Mapping
C
24
48
E
F
G
1
12
36
D
25
13
37
A
A = Port 1 or 9
B = Port 2 or 10
C = Port 3 or 11
D = Port 4 or 12
B
H
CSR_035
E = Port 5 or 13
F = Port 6 or 14
G = Port 7 or 15
H = Port 8 or 16
Table 27 shows the pinouts for the MRJ21 connector on the E4G-B16T1E1 module.
Table 27: MRJ21 Connector Pinouts
T1/E1 Port
Number
Signal
Pin
Number
T1/E1 Port
Number
Signal
Pin
Number
Port 1 or 9
RX-Ring
35
Port 5 or 13
RX-Ring
5
RX-Tip
36
RX-Tip
6
TX-Ring
48
TX-Ring
18
TX-Tip
47
TX-Tip
17
RX-Ring
33
RX-Ring
3
RX-Tip
34
RX-Tip
4
TX-Ring
46
TX-Ring
16
TX-Tip
45
TX-Tip
15
RX-Ring
11
RX-Ring
1
RX-Tip
12
RX-Tip
2
TX-Ring
24
TX-Ring
14
TX-Tip
23
TX-Tip
13
RX-Ring
9
RX-Ring
25
RX-Tip
10
RX-Tip
26
TX-Ring
22
TX-Ring
38
TX-Tip
21
TX-Tip
37
Port 2 or 10
Port 3 or 11
Port 4 or 12
Port 6 or 14
Port 7 or 15
Port 8 or 16
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Table 28 shows the T1/E1 pinout for the RJ-48C connector on the fan-out cable for the E4G-B16T1E1
module.
Table 28: Pinouts for the Fan-out Cable RJ-48C Connector
Pin
Description
1
RX_RING
2
RX_TIP
3
Shield/Ground
4
TX_RING
5
TX_TIP
6
Shield/Ground
7
—
8
—
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Conformity Statements
Conformity Statements
Declaration of Conformity to R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC for
the European Community, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland,
and Liechtenstein
English:
This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Dansk
[Danish]:
Dette udstyr er i overensstemmelse med de væsentlige krav og andre relevante bestemmelser i
Direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Deutsch
[German]:
Dieses Gerät entspricht den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den weiteren
entsprechendenVorgaben der Richtlinie 1999/5/EU.
Eesti
[Estonian]:
See seade vastab direktiivi 1999/5/EÜ olulistele nõuetele ja teistele asjakohastele sätetele.
Español
[Spanish]:
Este equipo cumple con los requisitos esenciales asi como con otras disposiciones de la Directiva
999/5/CE.
Français
[French]:
Cet appareil est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Íslenska
[Icelandic]:
Italiano
[Italian]:
Nederlands
[Dutch]:
Þetta tæki er samkvæmt grunnkröfum og öðrum viðeigandi ákvæðum Tilskipunar 1999/5/EC.
Questo apparato é conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed agli altri principi sanciti dalla Direttiva
1999/5/CE.
Dit apparaat voldoet aan de essentiele eisen en andere van toepassing zijnde bepalingen van de
Richtlijn 1999/5/EC.
Norsk
Dette utstyret er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og andre relevante bestemmelser i
[Norwegian]: EU-direktiv 1999/5/EF.
Português
Este equipamento está em conformidade com os requisitos essenciais e outras provisões
[Portuguese] relevantes da Directiva 1999/5/EC.
Româna
[Romanian]
Slovensko
[Slovenian]:
Acest echipament este in conformitate cu cerintele esentiale si cu alte prevederi relevante ale
Directivei 1999/5/EC.
Ta naprava je skladna z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi pogoji Direktive 1999/5/EC.
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Slovensky
[Slovak]:
Toto zariadenie je v zhode so základnými požiadavkami a inými príslušnými nariadeniami direktív:
1999/5/EC.
EMC Class A Statements
International—CISPR 22 Class A
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 remedial measures.
FCC Class A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital 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, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case you are required to
correct the interference at your own expense.
Canada Class A
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Japan (VCCI Class A)
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the VCCI Council. If this equipment is used in a
domestic environment, radio interference may occur, in which case the user may be required to take
corrective actions.
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Conformity Statements
Class A Notice for Taiwan and Other Traditional Chinese Markets
WARNING!
This is a Class A product. In a residential environment this product may cause radio interference, in which
case the user may be required to take appropriate measures.
WARNING!
警告使用者:這是甲類的資訊產品,在居住的環境中使用時,
可能會造成射頻干擾,在這種情況下,使用者會被要求採取某些適當的對策。
WARNING!
警告:此为A级产品,在生活环境中,该产品可能造成
线电干扰。在这种情下,可能需要用户对干扰采取切
实可行的措施。
Telecom Approvals
FCC Part 68 Notice
This equipment has been tested and complies with:
●
47 CFR Part 68 of FCC rules.
●
TIA/EIA/IS-968, Technical Criteria for Terminal Equipment To Prevent Harm to the Telephone
Network, July 2001, as adopted by the Administrative Council on Terminal Attachments (ACTA).
Canada CS-03 Certification
The Extreme Networks E4G series routers meet the requirements of the Industry Canada label (CS-03)
for telecommunications equipment.
Le présent materiel est conforme aux specifications techniques applicables d’Industrie Canada.
Observe the following general information and safety precautions:
●
This equipment meets certain telecommunications network protection, operation, and safety
requirements as described in the appropriate terminal equipment requirements document(s). The
department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
●
Before installing the equipment, check that you have permission to connect it to the facilities of the
local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable
method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions
may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
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●
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or any equipment malfunctions, may
cause the telecommunications company to request that the user disconnect the equipment.
●
Ensure that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal
metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly
important in rural areas.
Japan: JATE Green Book
The Extreme Networks E4G series routers meet the requirements of the Japan Approvals Institute for
Telecommunications Equipment (JATE). The certification ID number is pending at the time of
publication.
GR-1089-CORE Issue 6 Documentation Statements
ESD Mitigation
This equipment may be ESD-sensitive. Always use an ESD ankle or wrist strap before handling
equipment. Connect the equipment end of the ESD strap to an unfinished surface of the equipment
chassis or to the ESD jack on the equipment if provided.
Telcordia GR-1089 NEBS Standard for Electromagnetic Compatibility and Safety
WARNING!
The Ethernet ports of the equipment and its sub-assemblies are suitable only for intra-building connections
(within the same building) or for connections to unexposed wiring or cabling. (See the conditions listed above.) The
Ethernet ports of this equipment or its sub-assemblies must not be metallically connected to interfaces that connect
to the outside plant (OSP) or its wiring. Ethernet interfaces are designed for use only as intra-building interfaces
(described as Type 2 or Type 4 ports in GR-1089-CORE, Issue 6) and require isolation from the exposed OSP
wiring. The addition of Primary Protectors is not sufficient protection to connect these interfaces metallically to
OSP wiring.
This warning does not apply to T1/E1 ports because T1/E1 ports have built-in isolation and surge protection that
allows them to be connected to OSP wiring.
Intrabuilding Lightning Surge and AC Power Fault
WARNING!
The E4G series router does not require shielded LAN or WAN cables for compliance with EMC or safety
requirements.
For compliance with NEBS GR-1089 Issue 6, however, shielded cables may be required, depending on your
application. When shielded cables are required, ports shall be grounded at both ends of the cable.
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Conformity Statements
Equipment Bonding Networks
This equipment is suitable for installations utilizing the Common Bonding Network (CBN).
Equipment Interfacing with AC Power Ports
This equipment shall be connected to AC mains provided with a surge protective device (SPD) at the
service equipment complying with NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code (NEC).
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Index
A
AC power supply
features, 24
installing, 59
LEDs, 24
replacing, 75
specifications, 123
access, restricted, 33
alarms cable
connecting, 55
pinout, 126
alarms interface, E4G-200, 16
alert, power supply, 24
amperage, calculating for UPS, 44
ANSI standards, 45
automatic failover, setting up, 22
B
battery disposal, 100
bend radius, 40, 69
BICSI standards, 38
BITS-IN interface
E4G-200 router, 17
E4G-400 router, 20
building codes, 32
Building Industry Consulting Service International. See
BICSI
Building Integrated Timing Supply. See BITS.
C
cabinet specifications, 35
cable
fiber optic, 40
installation recommendations, 38
labeling, 38
types and distances, 41
cable, timing, 54
cabling standards
ANSI, 45
BICSI, 38
clock module, E4G-200
connector pinouts, 127
features, 17
installing, 53
replacing, 88
combination ports, 22
commercial building standards, 45
configuration, initial, 71
conformity statements, 133
connector jackets, RJ-45, 42
connector pinouts
alarms cable, 126
DB-9 console connector, 129
E4G-200 clock module, 127
null-modem cable, 129
null-modem serial cable, 130
RJ-45 console port, 128
RJ-45-to-DB-9 adapter, 128
RJ-48C, 132
T1/E1 ports, 127, 131
console port
location, 14, 15, 20
settings, 71
conventions, text, 8
D
DB-9 pinouts, 129
DC cable, preparing, 51, 60
DC power suppl
installing, 60
DC power supply
features, 24
grounding, 62, 80
replacing, 78
specifications, 125
DC power, connecting, 52
Summit 350 W DC power supply, 63, 80
DC-I battery return configuration, 45
design standards, 45
E
E4G router family features, 13
E4G-200 CLK module, 17
E4G-200 router
features, 14
grounding, 50
installing, 48
removing, 90
space requirements, 37
specifications, 109, 113
E4G-200 series router
LEDS, 18
E4G-200-12x router
features, 15
LEDS, 19
E4G-400 router
features, 20
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front-mount installation, 58
grounding, 36, 62
installing, 56
LEDs, 22
mid-mount installation, 57
removing, 91, 92
space requirements, 36
specifications, 117
E4G-B16T1E1 option card
features, 26
installing, 67
electrical codes, 33
electrostatic discharge. See ESD
environmental requirements
building codes, 32
electrical codes, 33
equipment location, 33
humidity, 34
temperature, 34
equipment rack
grounding, 36
mechanical recommendations, 35
mounting holes, 35
securing, 36
service access, 36
space requirements, 36
ESD
discharge from cable, 39
system protection, 35
F
F16T1E1 module, 17
installing, 54
replacing, 89
fan module, replacing, 86
fan specifications
E4G-400 router, 117
fan-out cable
connecting, 70
pinouts, 131
features
AC power supply, 24
clock module, 17
DC power supply, 24
E4G family, 13
E4G-200 router, 14
E4G-200 series F16T1E1 module, 17
E4G-200-12x router, 15
E4G-400 router, 20
E4G-B16T1E1 option card, 26
T1/E1 module, 17
XGM3S-2sf option card, 25
XGM3S-2xf option card, 26
XGM3SB-4sf option card, 26
fiber optic cable
bend radius, 40
types and distances, 41
front-mount position, E4G router, 58
G
GR-1089-CORE statements, 135, 136
grounding
racks, 36
requirements, 45
wiring closet, 33
H
humidity, 34
I
industry standards, 45
initial login, 72
installation
AC power supply, 59
DC power supply, 60
E4G-200 clock module, 53
E4G-200 router, 48
E4G-400 router, 56
port option cards, 67
T1/E1 module, 54
installation site, outdoor, 37
IP settings, configuring, 72
L
labeling system for cables, 38
Latency, 110, 114, 118
E4G-200, 110, 114
E4G-400, 118
Summit x460, 110, 114, 118
latency
summit x460, 110, 114, 118
LEDs
AC power supply, 24
DC power supply, 24
E4G-200 series router, 18, 19
E4G-400 router, 22
local management connection, 71
logging in to the router, 72
M
maximum cable distances, 41
mid-mount position, E4G-400, 57
mobile backhaul architecture, 14
MRJ21 port mapping, 130
MRJ21-to-RJ-45 fan-out cable, 69
N
null-modem cable pinouts, 129
O
operating environment requirements, 34
optical modules, 28
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optical safety, 100
outdoor installation site, 37
P
PC-AT serial null-modem cable pinouts, 130
physical layer problems, 42
pinouts
alarms connector, 126
clock module, 127
DB-9 console connector, 129
MRJ21 connector, 131
null-modem cable, 129
PC-AT serial null-modem cable, 130
RJ-45 console port connector, 128
RJ-45-to-DB-9 adapter, 128
RJ-48 connector, 132
T1/E1 crossover cable
connector pinouts
T1/E1 crossover cable, 128
T1/E1 ports, 127
plenum-rated cable, 39
port mapping, MRJ21, 130
port option cards
installing, 67
locations, 21
replacing, 87
ports
combination, 22
console port settings, 71
E4G-B16T1E1 module, 69
Gigabit Ethernet, 20
SFP+, 26
T1/E1, 17, 26
XFP, 26
power requirements
power cable, 99
power supplies, 43
power supply alert, 24
power supply unit (PSU)
300 W AC, 123
300 W DC, 125
Summit X460 DC, 124
pre-installation requirements, 47
R
R&TT Directive, 133
rack specifications
grounding, 36
mechanical recommendations, 35
mounting holes, 35
securing to floor, 36
space requirements, 36
standards, 35
radio frequency interference. See RF interference
redundant power configuration, 24
redundant uplink ports, 22
related publications, 8
removing
AC power supply, 76
DC power supply, 78
E4G-400 router, 92
fan module, 86
replacement
AC power supply, 75
DC power supply, 78
E4G-200 clock module, 88
fan module, 86
port option card, 87
T1/E1 module, 89
requirements
grounding, 48
power cable, 99
pre-installation, 47
restricted access, 33
RF interference
patch panel installation, 38
preventing, 42
RJ-45 cable, 42
RJ-45 console port, 128
RJ-45-to-DB-9 adapter, 128
rules for redundant uplink ports, 22
S
safety information in German, 102
safety requirements, 95
safety requirements. See environmental requirements
service access to the rack, 36
signal quality and RF interference, 42
site planning process, 32
slack in cable, 38
space requirements, rack, 36
specifications
300 W DC power supply, 125
AC power supply, 123
E4G-200 router, 109, 113
E4G-400 fan, 117
E4G-400 router, 117
Summit X460 DC power supply, 124
stacking support, 20
standards
cabling, 38, 45
commercial building, 45
grounding, 45
startup, initial, 71
statements of conformity, 133
Summit X460 DC power supply
specifications, 124
Synchronous Ethernet, 20
T
T1/E1 crossover cable, 128
T1/E1 module
installing, 54
replacing, 89
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Index
T1/E1 ports
connecting, 69
E4G-200 series router, 17
technical specifications
E4G-200 router, 109, 113
E4G-400 router, 117
Telco environment, 96
telecommunications certification approvals, 135
temperature, wiring closet, 34
text conventions, 8
time-of-day input/output connection, 54
timing cable, 54
timing cables, connecting, 54, 69
timing interfaces
E4G-200 router, 17
E4G-400 router, 20
timing module
connector pinouts, 127
installing, 53
replacing, 88
timing module, E4G-200, 17
transition time, UPS, 45
U
unshielded twisted pair. See UTP
uplink redundancy
on E4G-400 router, 22
setting up, 22
UPS (uninterruptible power supply), 44
UTP cable
discharge ESD, 39
RF interference, 42
W
wiring closet
electrostatic discharge, 35
floor coverings, 33
grounding, 33
humidity, 34
rack, securing, 36
temperature, 34
wiring terminals, 36
X
XGM3S-2sf option card
features, 25
installing, 67
XGM3S-2xf option card
features, 26
installing, 67
XGM3SB-4sf option card
features, 26
installing, 67
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