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SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot
9C306 System Monitor
User’s Guide
9031994-01
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FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: 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 uses, generates, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed in
accordance with the operatorÕs manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user
will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
WARNING: Changes or modiÞcations made to this device which are not expressly approved by the
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VCCI Notice
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Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment,
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ŽdictŽ par le minist•re des Communications du Canada.
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Networking Equipment, for use in a
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Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction
Features ................................................................................................................... 1-1
Related Manuals............................................................................................................ 1-3
Getting Help .................................................................................................................. 1-4
Chapter 2
Installing the 9C306 System Monitor
Chapter 3
9C306 System Monitor Operation
Monitoring Functions................................................................................................... 3-1
Fan Status ................................................................................................................ 3-1
System Voltages...................................................................................................... 3-2
LANVIEW LED...................................................................................................... 3-2
Out-of-Band Management ........................................................................................... 3-3
COM1 and COM2 Ports........................................................................................ 3-4
The Ethernet Port Interface Module (EPIM) ...................................................... 3-4
Chapter 4
Specifications
Safety............................................................................................................................... 4-1
EMC ................................................................................................................................ 4-1
Service............................................................................................................................. 4-1
Physical........................................................................................................................... 4-2
Environmental ............................................................................................................... 4-2
Appendix A EPIM Specifications
Introduction .................................................................................................................. A-1
EPIM-T........................................................................................................................... A-1
EPIM-F2 ......................................................................................................................... A-2
EPIM-F3 ......................................................................................................................... A-4
EPIM-A and EPIM-X (AUI Port)................................................................................ A-6
Appendix B Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Introduction ...................................................................................................................B-1
Connecting a UPS to the System Monitor Module ..................................................B-1
ConÞguring COM Port for UPS..................................................................................B-2
Monitoring UPS.............................................................................................................B-3
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Chapter 1
Introduction
The 9C306 System Monitor, shown in Figure 1-1, provides out-of-band
management capabilities, and environmental/power monitoring for the
SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot System. The System Monitor Module is inserted into a
SmartSwitch 9000-6 chassis in the slot marked SM in the right side of the module
card cage.
Features
Out-of-Band Management
Out-of-band management refers to managing the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot via a
Local Management (LM) connection or an SNMP-based management application
which does not use the same network connection to the chassis as Òuser data.Ó
Three out-of-band management interfaces are built into the 9C306 System
Monitor. Two interfaces are serial RS232 ports. These ports support local
management via a VT100 session, Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP), or Point-toPoint (PPP), or monitor an American Power Conversion Uninterruptible Power
Supply (UPS).
The remaining out-of-band management interface supports any standard
Cabletron Systems Ethernet Port Interface Module (EPIM). This interface
provides a direct connection to the internal System Management Bus-10
(SMB-10).
Environmental/Power Monitoring
The 9C306 System Monitor monitors and reports chassis power parameters, as
well as the presence of the chassis cooling fan.
Flash EEPROM
The capability of downloading future Þrmware upgrades has been built into the
9C306 System Monitor.
1-1
Introduction
SM
9C306
STATUS
C
O
M
1
EPIM-T
LNK
C
O
M
2
EPIM
Figure 1-1. The 9C306 System Monitor
1-2
Introduction
Hot Swapping
The 9C306 System Monitor can be removed from the chassis while the
SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot is running without interrupting network performance.
LANVIEW LED
The STATUS LED is built into the front of the 9C306 System Monitor. This LED
indicates the status of the System Monitor and the presence or absence of system
alarms.
Related Manuals
The manuals listed below should be used to supplement the procedures and
technical data contained in this manual.
Cabletron Systems SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot 9C106 Chassis Setup and Installation
Guide
Cabletron Systems SmartSwitch 9000 Module Local Management UserÕs Guide
In addition, each Interface Module has a speciÞc userÕs guide and Local
Management Appendix.
1-3
Introduction
Getting Help
For additional support related to this device or document, contact Cabletron
Systems using one of the following methods:
World Wide Web
http://www.cabletron.com/
Phone
(603) 332-9400
Internet mail
support@cabletron.com
FTP
ftp://ftp.cabletron.com/
anonymous
your email address
Login
Password
To send comments or suggestions concerning this document, contact the
Cabletron Systems Technical Writing Department via the following
email address: TechWriting@cabletron.com
Make sure to include the document Part Number in the email message.
Before calling Cabletron Systems, have the following information ready:
1-4
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Your Cabletron Systems service contract number
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A description of the failure
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A description of any action(s) already taken to resolve the problem (e.g.,
changing mode switches, rebooting the unit, etc.)
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The serial and revision numbers of all involved Cabletron Systems products in
the network
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A description of your network environment (layout, cable type, etc.)
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Network load and frame size at the time of trouble (if known)
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The device history (i.e., have you returned the device before, is this a recurring
problem, etc.)
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Any previous Return Material Authorization (RMA) numbers
Chapter 2
Installing the 9C306 System Monitor
The 9C306 System Monitor is installed in the slot marked SM at the right front
side of the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot chassis, as shown in Figure 2-1.
Install a System Monitor by following the steps below:
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CAUTION
Before handling the System Monitor Module or any SmartSwitch 9000 Interface
Modules, attach the ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) Wrist Strap. Then observe all
static safety precautions to prevent damage from ESD when handling the
modules.
1. Unpack the System Monitor Module by removing it from the shipping box
and sliding the two foam end caps off the unit. (Save the shipping box and
packing materials in the event the System Monitor must be reshipped.)
2. Remove the System Monitor Module from the protective plastic bag. Observe
all precautions to prevent damage from Electrostatic Discharge (ESD). (Save
the bag in the event the System Monitor must be reshipped.)
3. Remove the plastic protective cap that covers the connector on the rear of the
System Monitor Module.
4. Examine it carefully, checking for damage. If any damage exists, DO NOT
install it. Immediately contact Cabletron Systems for Technical Support.
5. Install the System Monitor Module in the chassis slot marked SM, as shown in
Figure 2-1. Slide the module between the module guides. Take care that the
module slides in straight and properly engages the backplane connectors.
Lock down the plastic tabs at the top and bottom of the module.
If the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot chassis has been powered up, the 9C306 System
Monitor illuminates the STATUS LED.
If the Status LED is any color other than green, refer to Chapter 3 for a description
of the status.
2-1
Installing the 9C306 System Monitor
If the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot chassis has not been powered up, make sure that all
modules have been properly installed; then power up the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot
chassis by following the steps in the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot 9C106 Chassis Setup
and Installation Guide.
9C406
9C406
FAN
SN
PS-2
PS-1
SM
9C306
STATUS
C
O
M
1
C
O
M
2
REDUNDANCY
OL
POWER
LNK
POWER
100%
0%
100%
50%
LOAD
EPIM-T
50%
REDUNDANCY
OL
LOAD
0%
EPIM
9C406
SN
9C406
SN
100-125 ~ 4.0A
100-125 ~ 4.0A
200-250V ~ 2.0A
200-250V ~ 2.0A
50/60 Hz
50/60 Hz
ESD WRIST STRAP
GROUNDING
RECEPTACLE
Figure 2-1. Installing the System Monitor
2-2
Chapter 3
9C306 System Monitor Operation
The 9C306 System Monitor, monitors several chassis environmental parameters,
provides multiple out-of-band management interfaces, as well as veriÞcation of
system cooling. The System Monitor also includes LANVIEW LED for at-a-glance
diagnostics.
Monitoring Functions
The 9C306 System Monitor Module monitors the following SmartSwitch 9000
functions:
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Fan status
System voltages
Fan Status
The System Monitor Module monitors the operational status of the 9C406 Fan
Module, which maintains airßow through the chassis. The System Monitor
reports the fan tray status conditions listed in Table 3-1.
Table 3-1. Fan Tray Conditions
Condition
Description
Installed
The Fan Tray Module is installed in the SmartSwitch
9000-6 Slot chassis.
Not Installed
The System Monitor has not detected a Fan Tray
Module in the chassis.
Normal
The Fan Tray Module is operating properly.
Fault
A malfunction in the operation of the Fan Tray Module
has been detected.
3-1
9C306 System Monitor Operation
System Voltages
The 9C306 System Monitor monitors speciÞc system power parameters to ensure
that they are within acceptable limits. The power parameters monitored from the
backplane are the 48-volt DC System Power Bus and the INB Termination Power
Bus. The power parameter monitored within the System Monitor is the 12-volt
internal line. The results of the monitoring are available to the network manager
via remote management. Voltages above or below the acceptable voltage limits
cause an alarm to be sent to the network manager. Table 3-2 summarizes these
acceptable voltage limits.
Table 3-2. Acceptable Voltage Limits
Description
Acceptable Voltage Limits
48-volt DC System Power Bus
From 40 volts to 59 volts
INB Termination Power Bus
From 3.1 volts to 5 volts
12-volt internal line
From 11 volts to 13 volts
LANVIEW LED
The LANVIEW LED on the front of the 9C306 System Monitor Module is an aid in
troubleshooting.
There is one LED visible to the user (Figure 3-1), which is the STATUS LED.
SM
9C306
STATUS
C
O
M
1
EPIM-T
LNK
C
O
M
2
EPIM
Figure 3-1. 9C306 System Monitor LANVIEW LED
3-2
9C306 System Monitor Operation
The STATUS LED indicates the current status of the System Monitor processor
and peripherals. The possible states and descriptions of the STATUS LED are
listed in Table 3-3.
Table 3-3. STATUS LED
LED Color
State
Description
Green
Functional
Fully operational.
Yellow/Green
Booting
Flashes green and yellow while booting.
Yellow
Testing
Testing system.
Yellow (Flashing)
Crippled
Not fully operational.
Red
Reset
Normal power-up reset.
Red (Flashing)
Failed
Fatal error has occurred.
Off
Power off
Lack of 5-volt input to the System Monitor.
Out-of-Band Management
Out-of-band management refers to managing the system via a Local Management
(LM) connection or an SNMP-based management application which does not use
the same network connection to the chassis as Òuser data.Ó
The 9C306 System Monitor provides three out-of-band management interfaces for
managing the SmartSwitch 9000 system. These interfaces are listed below:
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Two serial communication ports, COM1 and COM2
One standard Cabletron Systems EPIM interface
3-3
9C306 System Monitor Operation
COM1 and COM2 Ports
The 9C306 System Monitor front panel has two RJ45 communication ports for
RS232 serial communication to and from the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot. Figure 3-2
illustrates a single RJ45 communication port. COM2 can be conÞgured to run the
Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP), Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Local
Management via a terminal or modem connection, or monitor an American
Power Conversion Smart UPS. Refer to the SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot Module Local
Management UserÕs Guide for detailed information on conÞguring the COM2 port.
Pin 1
Figure 3-2. RJ45 Communication Port Connector
Table 3-4 details the pinout connections for an RJ45 communication port
connector.
Table 3-4. Pinout Connections RJ45 Communication Port Connector
Pin
Description
1
TRANSMIT
2
DATA CARRIER DETECT
3
DATASET READY
4
RECEIVE
5
SIGNAL GROUND
6
DATA TERMINAL READY
7
REQUEST TO SEND
8
CLEAR TO SEND
The Ethernet Port Interface Module (EPIM)
The 9C306 System Monitor provides a port for Cabletron Systems EPIMs. The
EPIM provides a direct connection to the internal SMB-10 bus. This connection
can be used for out-of-band graphical SNMP management of the SmartSwitch
9000-6 Slot system or a Telnet session into local management. Any standard
Cabletron Systems EPIM can be installed. Refer to Appendix A for detailed
information on the EPIM.
3-4
Chapter 4
Specifications
Safety
The 9C306 System Monitor, when properly installed in the SmartSwitch 9000-6
Slot chassis, complies with the following safety speciÞcations and standards.
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UL 1950
CSA C22.2 No. 950
EN 60950
IEC 950
73/23/EEC
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FCC Part 15
EN 55022
VCCI V-3
EN 50082-1
89/336/EEC
EMC
Service
The 9C306 System Monitor is designed with the following service capability:
MTBF (MIL-STD-217):
>200,000 hours projected
MTTR:
<.50 hour
4-1
Specifications
Physical
Dimensions
48.3 H x 30.5 W x 36.8 D centimeters
(19 H x 1.2 W x 14.5 D inches)
Weight
Unit:
Shipping:
2.27 kilograms (5 pounds)
2.27 kilograms (5 pounds)
Environmental
4-2
Operating Temperature:
5¡ to 40¡C (40¡ to 104¡F)
Operating Humidity:
5% to 95% non-condensing
Appendix A
EPIM Specifications
Introduction
The 9C306 System Monitor provides a port for Cabletron Systems EPIMs. EPIMs
allow connection to the main network using different media types. Cabletron
Systems offers a variety of EPIMs. SpeciÞcations for these EPIMs are detailed in
the following sections.
NOTE
Verify that the EPIM is the proper revision number before installing. Refer to
Chapter 3, The Ethernet Port Interface Module (EPIM) section for detailed
information on version numbers.
EPIM-T
The EPIM-T is an RJ45 connector supporting UTP cabling. It has an internal
Cabletron Systems TPT-T 10BASE-T Twisted Pair Transceiver.
The slide switch on the EPIM-T determines the crossover status of the cable pairs.
If the switch is on the X side, the pairs are internally crossed over. If the switch is
on the = side, the pairs are not internally crossed over. Figure A-1 shows the
pinouts for the EPIM-T in both crossover positions.
A-1
EPIM Specifications
Position X
(crossed over)
1. RX+
2. RX3. TX+
4. NC
K
LN
5. NC
6. TX7. NC
8. NC
-T
IM
EP
Position =
(not Crossed over)
Figure A-1. EPIM-T Crossover Switch
EPIM-F2
The EPIM-F2 supports Multimode Fiber Optic cabling. Each EPIM has an internal
Cabletron Systems FOT-F Fiber Optic Transceiver. The EPIM-F1 is equipped with
SMA Connectors and the EPIM-F2 is equipped with ST Connectors. Figure A-2
shows both EPIMs. SpeciÞcations for the EPIMs are listed in Table A-1.
RX
TX
LNK
EPIM-F1/F2
Figure A-2. EPIM-F2
A-2
EPIM-F2
Table A-1. EPIM-F2 Receiver Specifications
Parameter
Typical Value
Worst Case
Budget
Worst Case
Typical
Budget
Receive Sensitivity
-30.5 dBm
-28.0 dBm
Ñ
Ñ
Peak Input Power
-7.6 dBm
-8.2 dBm
Ñ
Ñ
Transmitter power parameters are listed Table A-2.
Table A-2. EPIM-F2 Transmitter Specifications
Parameter
Typical Value
Worst Case
Worst Case
Budget
Typical
Budget
50/125 µm Þber
-13.0 dBm
-15.0 dBm
13.0 dB
17.5 dB
62.5/125 µm Þber
-10.0 dBm
-12.0 dBm
16.0 dB
20.5 dB
100/140 µm Þber
-7.0 dBm
-9.0 dBm
19.0 db
23.5 dB
Error Rate
Better than 10 -10
NOTE
The transmitter power levels and receive sensitivity levels listed are Peak Power
Levels after optical overshoot. A Peak Power Meter must be used to correctly
compare the values given above to those measured on any particular port. If
Power Levels are being measured with an Average Power Meter, then 3 dBm
must be added to the measurement to correctly compare those measured values
to the values listed (i.e., -30.5 dBm peak=-33.5 dBm average).
A-3
EPIM Specifications
EPIM-F3
The EPIM-F3 supports Single Mode Fiber Optic cabling. It has an internal
Cabletron Systems FOT-F Fiber Optic Transceiver and is equipped with ST
Connectors. Figure A-3 shows the EPIM-F3. SpeciÞcations for the EPIM-F3 are
listed in Figure A-4 and Table A-3.
RX
TX
LNK
EPIM-F3
Figure A-3. EPIM-F3
Maximum Sensitivity (-36.0)
Receive
Sensitivity
Typical Sensitivity (-31.0)
Minimum Sensitivity (-30.0)
Minimum Receive Input (-9.72)
Typical Receive Input (-7.5)
Maximum
Receive
Input Power
Maximum Receive Input (-6.99)
Maximum Transmit Power (-12.0)
Transmitter Power*
(At 25°C into
8.3/125µm fiber)
Typical Transmit Power (-15.5)
Minimum Transmit Power (-21.0)
dBm
-40
-35
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
Less Power
* Transmit Power
Coefficient
(See Note Below)
-5
0
More Power
Typical Power
Minimum Power
Maximum Power
-0.15dBm/°C
-0.12 dBm/°C
-0.18 dBm/°C
Figure A-4. EPIM-F3 Power and Sensitivity Specifications
A-4
EPIM-F3
NOTE
Transmitter Power decreases as temperatures rise and increases as
temperatures fall. Use the Output Power Coefficient to calculate increased or
decreased power output for your operating environment. For example, the
typical power output at 25° C is -16.4 dBm. For a 4° C temperature increase,
multiply the typical coefficient (-0.15 dBm) by four and add the result to typical
output power (4 x -0.15 dBm + -16.4 = -17.0).
Table A-3. EPIM-F3 Specifications
Parameter
Typical
Minimum
Maximum
Transmitter Peak Wave Length
1300 nm
1270 nm
1330 nm
Spectral Width
60 nm
-
100 nm
Rise Time
3.0 nsec
2.7 nsec
5.0 nsec
Fall Time
2.5 nsec
2.2 nsec
5.0 nsec
Duty Cycle
50.1%
49.6%
50.7%
Bit Error Rate
Better than 10-10
NOTE
The transmitter power levels given above are Peak Power Levels after optical overshoot.
You must use a Peak Power Meter to correctly compare the values given above to those
measured on any particular port. If you are measuring power levels with an Average
Power Meter, add 3 dBm to the average power measurement to correctly compare the
average power values measured to the values listed above (i.e., -33.5 dBm average + 3 dB
= -30.5 dBm peak).
A-5
EPIM Specifications
EPIM-A and EPIM-X (AUI Port)
The EPIM-A is a DB15 female connector used to attach segments to an external
transceiver. The EPIM-X is equipped with dual internal transceivers. It has a DB15
male connector used to attach segments to an AUI cable. Figure A-5 shows both
modules.
PWR
SQE
EPIM-X
EPIM-A
Figure A-5. The EPIM-A and EPIM-X
Table A-4 lists the DB15 pinouts.
Table A-4. EPIM-A and EPIM-x Pinouts
Pin Number
Pin Number
Represents
1
Logic Ref.
10
Transmit -
2
Collision +
11
Logic Ref.
3
Transmit
12
Receive -
4
Logic Ref.
13
Power (+12Vdc)
5
Receive
14
Logic Ref.
6
Power Return
15
No connection
7
No connection
9
Collision -
*Connector
A-6
Represents
Shell:
*Connector
Protective Ground
Shell
Positive ground
Appendix B
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Introduction
The SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot can be connected to a UPS to provide an
uninterruptible source of AC power. Two UPS models are available, the Matrix
3000 and the Matrix 5000. Either can be monitored via remote SNMP
Management after connecting the UPS to the System Monitor (SM) module.
Connecting a UPS to the System Monitor Module
To connect a UPS to a System Monitor Module, use the RJ45/DB9 adapter and the
RJ45 cable included in the cable kit shipped with the System Monitor Module,
and follow the steps below.
1. Plug one end of the RJ45 cable into the RJ45/DB9 adapter labeled UPS.
2. Connect the DB9 connector of the UPS adapter into the DB9 receptacle on the
UPS unit. See Figure B-1.
3. Connect the free end of the RJ45 cable into the COM2 port on the front of the
System Monitor Module. See Figure B-1.
B-1
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
9-Pin D Connector Receptacle
SM
9C306
STATUS
COM2 Port
C
O
M
1
LNK
C
O
M
2
EPIM-T
Matrix UPS (Back View)
EPIM
9C306 Module (Front View)
Figure B-1. Connecting the SM Module to a UPS
Configuring COM Port for UPS
After the UPS has been connected to the COM2 port, the COM2 port must be
conÞgured for UPS Management. To conÞgure the COM2 port for UPS
Management, follow the steps below.
1. Connect the terminal or PC used for local management to the COM1 port on
the System Monitor (SM) and press RETURN until the Slot Selection Screen
displays.
2. At the Slot Selection Screen, enter 0 (zero) to display the SM ConÞguration
Screen.
3. At the SM ConÞguration Screen, cursor to the Application Field for the COM2
port.
4. Using the SPACE bar, toggle to the UPS option.
5. Using the arrow key, highlight the SAVE option and press RETURN.
If you need additional information about conÞguring the COM ports, refer to the
SmartSwitch 9000-6 Slot Module Local Management UserÕs Guide.
B-2
Monitoring UPS
Monitoring UPS
Information about the operation of the UPS is obtained via Remote SNMP
Management or locally by the LCD on the front of the UPS. Refer to the UPS
UserÕs Guide, provided by the vendor, for detailed information on the UPS LCD.
B-3
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
B-4
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