BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM Installation Guide

BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM Installation Guide
BitStorm® 2600
IP DSLAM
Installation Guide
Document No. 2600-A2-GN20-60
July 2005
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! Important Safety Instructions
1. Read and follow all warning notices and instructions marked on the product or included in the manual.
2. This product is intended to be used with a 3-wire grounding type plug — a plug that has a grounding pin. This is a
safety feature. Equipment grounding is vital to ensure safe operation. Do not defeat the purpose of the grounding
type plug by modifying the plug or using an adapter. Prior to installation, use an outlet tester or a voltmeter to check
the AC receptacle for the presence of earth ground. If the receptacle is not properly grounded, the installation must
not continue until a qualified electrician has corrected the problem.
If a 3-wire grounding type power source is not available, consult a qualified electrician to determine another
method of grounding the equipment.
3. Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable operation of the product and to
protect it from overheating, these slots and openings must not be blocked or covered.
4. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord and do not locate the product where persons will walk on the power
cord.
5. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as it will void the warranty. Opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous high voltage points or other risks. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
6. General purpose cables are described for use with this product. Special cables, which may be required by the
regulatory inspection authority for the installation site, are the responsibility of the customer. To reduce the risk of
fire, use a UL Listed or CSA Certified, minimum No. 26 AWG (0.128 mm2) telecommunication cable, or
comparable cables certified for use in the country of installation.
7. When installed in the final configuration, the product must comply with the applicable Safety Standards and
regulatory requirements of the country in which it is installed. If necessary, consult with the appropriate regulatory
agencies and inspection authorities to ensure compliance.
8. A rare phenomenon can create a voltage potential between the earth grounds of two or more buildings. If products
installed in separate buildings are interconnected, the voltage potential may cause a hazardous condition. Consult
a qualified electrical consultant to determine whether or not this phenomenon exists and, if necessary, implement
corrective action prior to interconnecting the products.
9. In addition, if the equipment is to be used with telecommunications circuits, take the following precautions:
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Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
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Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
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Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the
network interface.
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Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
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Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of
electric shock from lightning.
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Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
10. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT: This product has provisions for the customer to install a Class 1 laser transciever,
which provides optical coupling to the telecommunication network. Once a Class 1 laser product is installed, the
equipment is to be considered to be a Class 1 Laser Product (Appareil à Laser de Classe 1). The customer is
responsible for selecting and installing the laser transciever and for insuring that the Class 1 AEL (Allowable
Emission Limit) per EN/IEC 60825 is not exceeded after the laser transponders have been installed. Do not install
laser products whose class rating is greater than 1. Refer to all important safety instructions that accompanied the
transciever prior to installation. Only laser Class 1 devices, certified for use in the country of installation by the
cognizant agency are to be utilized in this product.
11. Input power to the ALARM relay interface (located on the front panel of the enclosure) must not exceed 30V rms or
60 VDC.
12. The equipment is intended for installation in a max. 50° C ambient temperature, in an environment that is free of
dust and dirt.
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13. The power supply cord for countries other than North America is to be a minimum H05 V V-F type, min. 0.75 mm2,
2-conductor and earth ground terminated in an IEC 320 connector on one end, and a plug which is certified for use
in the country of installation at the other end.
14. Do not physically stack more than eight (8) 26x1 units high. Physical stability has not been evaluated for stacking
higher than eight units, and any configuration greater than eight may result in an unstable (tip-over) condition.
Ensure that the four (4) rubber feet supplied with the product have been installed on the bottom of each unit prior to
stacking any 26x1 units on top of one another.
EMI Notices
! UNITED STATES – EMI NOTICE:
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 the user will be required to
correct the interference at his own expense.
The authority to operate this equipment is conditioned by the requirements that no modifications will be
made to the equipment unless the changes or modifications are expressly approved by Paradyne
Corporation.
If the equipment includes a ferrite choke or chokes, they must be installed per the installation instructions.
! CANADA – EMI NOTICE:
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.
Notices to Users of the Canadian Telephone Network
NOTICE: This equipment meets the applicable Industry Canada Terminal Equipment Technical Specifications. This is
confirmed by the registration number. The abbreviation IC before the registration number signifies that registration was
performed based on a Declaration of Conformity indicating that Industry Canada technical specifications were met. It
does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment.
NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this terminal equipment is labeled on the equipment and includes
the effect of the POTS splitter. The REN assigned to each terminal equipment provides an indication of the maximum
number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of
any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the
devices does not exceed five.
When the equipment is used in a customer premises environment, a Model 6051 POTS Splitter must be used to ensure
CS-03 compliance. Refer to the POTS splitter installation instructions for details.
CE Marking
When the product is marked with the CE mark on the equipment label, a supporting Declaration of Conformity may be
downloaded from the Paradyne World Wide Web site at www.paradyne.com. Select Library → Technical Manuals →
CE Declarations of Conformity.
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Japan
Class A ITE
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for interference by Information
Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may arise. When
such trouble occurs, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
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Contents
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Software and Firmware License Agreement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About This Guide
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2
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Document Purpose and Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Document Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Related Product Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-1
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Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-2
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Cables Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-3
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Unpacking the Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
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Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
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Mounting Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-6
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Mounting Brackets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-6
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Installing the Brackets for Rack Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-6
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Installing the BitStorm 2600 Into a Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-8
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Installing the BitStorm 2600 on a Wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-10
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Installing the BitStorm 2600 on a Shelf or Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-12
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Cabling Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-1
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DSL Ports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
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GigE Uplink (Port 3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-3
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10/100BaseT Uplink (Port 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-4
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T1 or E1 Uplink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-5
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Chaining BitStorm 2600s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-6
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Management Port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7
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Console Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Connecting a Terminal or PC to the Console Port. . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-8
Connecting a Modem to the Console Port. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-9
Installation
Cabling
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Alarm Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-10
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Ground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Connecting to Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-12
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LED Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-1
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LED Meanings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-2
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
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Using the CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
Configure Management Default Gateway Address . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-2
Configure Management Inband Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3
Configure Management Out-of-Band Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-3
BitStorm 2600 Startup Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Management Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-4
Startup Procedure for Inband Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
Changing the VLAN for Inband Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-5
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Startup Procedure for Out-of-Band Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-7
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Using the Web Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-8
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System / Users. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-9
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Configuration / Management / SNMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-10
LEDs
Configuration
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A Connectors and Pin Assignments
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Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-1
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DSL Ports and POTS Splitter Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-2
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Port 1 and Port 2 10/100BaseT Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-3
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Port 3 1000BaseT Connector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-3
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Port 3 GigE SFP Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-4
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E1 and T1 Uplink Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-5
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Console Port Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
A-5
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ALARM Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index
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About This Guide
Document Purpose and Intended Audience
This document is written for technicians who install the BitStorm® 2600 IP
DSLAM.
Document Summary
Section
Description
Chapter 1, Installation
Describes the physical installation of the BitStorm 2600 into
a rack.
Chapter 2, Cabling
Describes how to install all cables for the BitStorm 2600.
Chapter 3, LEDs
Explains the meaning and usage of the front panel LEDs.
Chapter 4, Configuration
Describes the minimal configuration steps required to
prepare the BitStorm 2600 for remote access, using the
command line interface and web interface.
Appendix A, Connectors
and Pin Assignments
Provides pinouts for connectors on the BitStorm 2600.
Appendix B, Equipment List
Provides part numbers for the BitStorm 2600 and related
products.
Appendix C, Technical
Specifications
Lists the technical characteristics of the BitStorm 2600.
Index
Lists key terms, acronyms, concepts, and sections in
alphabetical order.
A master glossary of terms and acronyms used in Paradyne documents is
available on the World Wide Web at www.paradyne.com. Select Support →
Technical Manuals → Technical Glossary.
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About This Guide
Related Product Documents
Documentation for the BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM is available on the World Wide
Web at www.paradyne.com. Select Support → Technical Manuals.
Document Number
Document Title
2600-A2-GB21
BitStorm 2600 and GranDSLAM 4200 IP DSLAM Command
Line Interface Reference
Describes the Command Line Interface (CLI) used to configure
and monitor the BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM.
2600-A2-GB22
BitStorm 2600 and GranDSLAM 4200 IP DSLAM SNMP
Reference
Contains the information necessary to use Simple Network
Management Protocol (SNMP) to configure and monitor the
BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM.
2600-A2-GT20
BitStorm 2600 and GranDSLAM 4200 Training Guide
Describes how to configure the BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM for
triple play (video, voice, and data).
6051-A2-GZ40
BitStorm 6051 POTS Splitter Installation Instructions
Describes how to install the BitStorm 6051 POTS splitter.
6210-A2-GB23
6210-A3 Bridge and 6211-A3 Bridge/Router User’s Guide
Describes the installation and operation of the 6210 ADSL
bridge and 6211 ADSL router.
6381-A2-GB23
6381-A3 Router User’s Guide
Describes the installation and operation of the 6381 ADSL/R
router.
7890-A2-GB22
GrandVIEW EMS User’s Guide
Contains instructions for maintaining network services and
resources using the GrandVIEW Element Management System
(EMS).
To order a paper copy of a Paradyne document, or to talk to a sales representative,
please call 727-530-2000.
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Installation
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Overview
The BitStorm® 2600 is a family of stackable IP DSLAMs designed for installation in
a Central Office (CO), multi-tenant unit (MTU), multi-dwelling unit (MDU), or
remote terminal environment. The BitStorm 2600 is available with or without
internal POTS splitters.
ALARM
GigE
TEST
LINK
CONSOL
E
ACT
PORT3
STATUS
1000BT
ALARM
PORT1-1
0/100BT
PORT2-1
0/100BT
1
3
5
2
7
4
9
6
11
8
13
10
15
12
17
14
19
16
21
18
23
20
22
24
POTS
1-24
DSL POR
TS 1-24
2600
03-17435
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The ReachDSL Models 2611 and 2614 are interoperable with the 6381
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line/ReachDSL (ADSL/R®) modem, as well as
with all other Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) containing ADSL/R
chipsets. The 2614 models support E1 or T1 MLPPP.
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The ADSL Models 2621 and 2624 are interoperable with the 6381 ADSL/R
modem, as well as any standard ADSL CPE. They support ADSL Annex A,
including ADSL2 and ADSL2+. The 2624 models support E1 or T1 MLPPP.
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The ADSL Model 2631 supports ADSL Annex B, including ADSL2 and
ADSL2+.
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The SHDSL Model 2671 and 2674 are interoperable with any standard
SHDSL CPE. They support SHDSL (G.991.2). The 2674 models support E1
or T1 MLPPP.
See Appendix B, Equipment List for a description of all available models.
User interfaces include a Command Line Interface (CLI) and a web browser
interface. The unit also may be managed using a network manager such as the
Paradyne GrandVIEW® Element Management System (EMS).
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1. Installation
Up to eight BitStorm 2600 units can be logically stacked, with aggregation for up to
192 ports of DSL traffic. ReachDSL, ADSL, and SHDSL units can be included in
the same stack.
Preparation
Consider the following before installing the BitStorm 2600 IP DSLAM:
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Installation Site
Your installation site should be well ventilated, clean, and free of
environmental extremes.
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Installation Options
The BitStorm 2600 may be:
— Mounted with the included mounting brackets in a standard 19-inch
(483 mm) or 23-inch (584 mm) rack (including both Bay Networks and
Nortel 23-inch racks), or, with separately purchased mounting brackets, in
a 21-inch (535 mm) ETSI rack. ETSI brackets are available from
Paradyne. See Appendix B, Equipment List.
As many BitStorm 2600 units may be mounted in a standard rack as there
are 1.75-inch (44.45 mm) spaces in the rack, so long as adequate cooling
is provided.
— Mounted vertically against a wall.
The standard mounting brackets provided can be fastened to the base of
the unit for wall mounting.
— Set on a shelf or desktop.
Up to five BitStorm 2600 units may be stacked on a shelf or desktop.
Different models can be mixed in a stack.
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Power
The BitStorm 2600 operates from a 90 to 265 VAC, 47 to 63 Hz power source.
„
Other Cabling
No cables are provided with the BitStorm 2600. See Table 1-1, Cable
Descriptions, to determine what cables you need to obtain before installation.
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Cables Required
Table 1-1 shows all the cables that may be required for your installation.
Table 1-1.
Cable Descriptions
Connector Name
Connector and Cable
For Connecting . . .
DSL PORTS 1–24
50-pin RJ21X Telco-type
straight connector and 50-wire
cable. Two cables required, one
for DSL and one for POTS (if
used).
Up to 24 DSL ports to Main
Distribution Frame, punchdown
block, or splitters.
Port 3
GigE
SFP Transceiver
Port 3
1000BT
8-position modular plug and
8-wire Category 5 or better
unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
cable.
An upstream BitStorm 2600 to a
downstream BitStorm 2600, or a
downstream BitStorm 2600 to an
upstream BitStorm 2600 or
network.
Port 2 10/100BT
8-position modular plug and
8-wire Category 5 or better
unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
cable.
Port 1 10/100BT
8-position modular plug and
8-wire Category 5 or better
unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
cable.
A Network Management System
(NMS) over a Local Area
Network (LAN) employing
10BaseT or 100BaseT.
T1/E1 Ports 1–8
From one to eight 8-position
modular plug and 8-wire
Category 5 or better unshielded
twisted pair (UTP) cables.
A BitStorm 2600 to a T1/E1
bridged PPP or MLPPP uplink
interface.
CONSOLE
DB9 plug connector and
shielded cable.
The BitStorm 2600 to one of the
following:
„ The other connector
„ A terminal or a PC with a
POTS 1–24
depends on the serial port on
your terminal or PC, but
normally is a DB9 socket.
„ The other connector
Up to 24 POTS splitter ports to
Main Distribution Frame or
punchdown block.
terminal emulation program,
or
„ A modem.
depends on the serial port on
your modem, but normally is
a DB25 plug. A null modem
(crossover) cable is required.
ALARM
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5-position terminal block and
shielded, twisted-pair cable.
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The BitStorm 2600 to an alarm
system.
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Unpacking the Hardware
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR
! STATIC-SENSITIVE DEVICES
This product is designed to protect sensitive components from damage
due to electrostatic discharge (ESD) during normal operation. When
performing installation procedures, however, take proper static control
precautions to prevent damage to equipment. If you are not sure of the
proper static control precautions, contact your nearest sales or service
representative.
The BitStorm 2600 is shipped in a cardboard shipping container. Carefully remove
the unit from its shipping container and check for physical damage. If the unit
shows signs of shipping damage, notify your sales representative.
Package Contents
In addition to this installation guide, the BitStorm 2600 shipping carton should
contain:
„
BitStorm 2600 DSLAM
„
AC Power Cable
„
Two sets of mounting brackets: one set suitable for a 19-inch (483 mm) rack
and one set suitable for a 23-inch (584 mm) rack (including Bay Networks and
Nortel)
„
Hardware kit (see Table 1-2, Contents of Hardware Kit Shipped with the
BitStorm 2600)
If anything is missing, notify your sales representative.
Before installing the BitStorm 2600, read the Important Safety Instructions in the
beginning of this document.
Be sure to register your warranty at www.paradyne.com/warranty.
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Table 1-2.
Contents of Hardware Kit Shipped with the BitStorm 2600
Appearance
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Description
Quantity
Flat-head screw for attaching 19" mounting brackets to
unit
6
Machine screw with captive starwasher (6-32 x 1/4″) for
attaching 23" mounting brackets to unit
6
Self-retaining nut for racks without threaded holes
4
Dress screw (12-24 x 1/2″) for use with self-retaining
nuts
4
Machine screw with captive starwasher (10-32 x 1/2″)
for use with racks with threaded holes
4
Captive pan-head screw for replacing long Telco screw
2
Rubber foot for desk-mount and stacking of units
4
Cable tie (8″) for strain relief and cable management
2
5-position plug for ALARM connection
1
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02-17256
02-17257
02-17258
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02-17261
02-17262
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Mounting Configurations
Three basic installation configurations are available:
„
Rack mount – see Installing the Brackets for Rack Mounting on page 1-6 and
Installing the BitStorm 2600 Into a Rack on page 1-8.
„
Wall mount – see Installing the BitStorm 2600 on a Wall on page 1-10.
„
Shelf or desktop – see Installing the BitStorm 2600 on a Shelf or Desktop on
page 1-12.
Mounting Brackets
Your BitStorm 2600 can be installed in a rack or on the wall using mounting
brackets. Two brackets suitable for a 19-inch (483 mm) rack (marked EIA-19) and
two brackets suitable for a 23-inch (584 mm) Bay Networks or Nortel rack (marked
with Paradyne Part Number 868-6282-0020) are shipped with the unit. Two
brackets suitable for a 21-inch (535 mm) rack (marked ETSI) are available from
Paradyne as a separate feature (see Appendix B, Equipment List).
Rack-mounting brackets may also be used to attach the unit to a wall.
NOTE:
In this guide, the term rack refers to any rack, cabinet, frame, or bay suitable
for mounting telecommunications equipment.
Installing the Brackets for Rack Mounting
Procedure
To install the mounting brackets for rack mounting:
1. Locate the black screw nearest the front panel on each side of the unit, as
shown.
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5
2
7
4
9
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8
13
10
15
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17
14
19
16
21
18
23
20
22
24
DSL POR
TS 1-24
POTS
1-24
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2. Remove these two black screws (one from each side) before attempting to
install the mounting brackets.
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3. Identify six flat-head screws (for 19-inch racks) or six machine screws (for
23-inch racks) provided with the mounting brackets in the hardware kit.
4. Attach the brackets appropriate to your rack size. Tighten all screws firmly.
19-inch (483 mm) Rack Mount
21.1-inch (535 mm) Rack Mount
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Rack Mount
23-inch (584 mm) Nortel
Rack Mount
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Installing the BitStorm 2600 Into a Rack
Two types of mounting screws are provided. Use:
„
#10-32 mounting screws for rails with threaded screw holes
„
#12-24 mounting screws and self-retaining nuts for rails with unthreaded
screw holes
Procedure
To install the BitStorm 2600 into a rack:
1. Determine where in the rack you will mount the BitStorm 2600. If your rack
does not have threaded screw holes, slip self-retaining nuts onto the rails
where the BitStorm 2600 will be fastened.
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2. Place the unit so that the brackets rest against the front of the rails. Insert
screws in the bottom screw positions and hand-tighten them.
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3. Insert and tighten the screws in the top screw positions, then tighten the
bottom screws.
PORT1-1
0/10
ALARM
GigE
TEST
LINK
CONSOL
E
ACT
PORT3
STATUS
1000BT
ALARM
0BT POR
T2-10/10
0BT
1
3
5
2
7
4
9
6
11
8
13
10
15
12
17
14
19
16
21
18
23
20
22
24
POTS
1-24
DSL POR
TS 1-24
PORT2-10/100BT
LINK
ACT
PORT3
GigE
STATUS
ALARM
ALARM
1000BT
CONSOLE
TEST
PORT1-10/100BT
POTS 1-24
1
3
5
7
2
9
11
4
13
6
15
8
10
17
12
19
14
21
16
23
18
20
22
24
DSL PORTS
1-24
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Installing the BitStorm 2600 on a Wall
Wall mounting requires two wood screws suitable for the weight of the fully cabled
unit. These are not included. Use at a minimum 1/4-inch (6 mm) diameter screws
in 3/4-inch (19 mm) plywood (not drywall).
Procedure
To install the BitStorm 2600 on a wall:
1. Identify the flat-head screws provided in the hardware kit and the brackets
suitable for a 23-inch rack. Two screws are required for each bracket.
2. Orient the unit so that the bottom is facing you and the faceplate is at the top.
3. Locate the supplied Right Side mounting bracket and fasten it to the right side
of the unit.
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4. Locate the supplied Left Side mounting bracket and fasten it to the left side of
the unit.
5. Tighten all screws firmly.
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6. Install two wood screws (not provided) at the same height above the floor and
18.75 inches (476.25 mm) apart. Do not completely tighten the screws. Leave
them so their heads are about 1/4 inch (6 mm) from the wall.
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7. Hang the unit from the wood screws to verify that the screws are properly
placed. The screws should freely slide into the top of the key slots in the
brackets.
Do not fasten the unit to the wall until after it is completely cabled and tested.
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Installing the BitStorm 2600 on a Shelf or Desktop
If the BitStorm 2600 will be placed on a shelf or desktop, install the provided
rubber feet before putting the unit in position.
Procedure
To install the BitStorm 2600 on a shelf or desktop, as a standalone unit or in a
stack:
1. Locate the rubber feet in the hardware kit provided with the unit.
2. Turn the unit upside down on a work surface. Squares stamped into the
bottom of the unit show the proper positions for the feet.
3. Remove the protective sheet from the bottom of each foot, then press the foot
onto a corner of the bottom of the unit.
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4. Turn the unit right side up and place it in position on a shelf or desktop.
If the installation includes more than one unit, one can be stacked atop
another. Up to five units can be stacked together.
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Cabling
2
Cabling Overview
The BitStorm 2600 has a large variety of possible cabling configurations. This
chapter describes all possible connections, not all of which are required:
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DSL Ports on page 2-2
„
GigE Uplink (Port 3) on page 2-3
„
10/100BaseT Uplink (Port 2) on page 2-4
„
T1 or E1 Uplink on page 2-5
„
Chaining BitStorm 2600s on page 2-6
„
Management Port on page 2-7
„
Console Port on page 2-8
„
Alarm Interface on page 2-10
„
Ground on page 2-11
„
Connecting to Power on page 2-12
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2. Cabling
DSL Ports
The BitStorm 2600 DSL connector supports the tip and ring connections of up to
24 DSL ports over a 50-position cable.
A POTS (plain old telephone service) splitter connector is also provided, for CO
applications only. The internal splitter includes an ANSI T1.413-compliant
Maintenance Test Signature (MTS) circuit. If your model does not contain the
integrated POTS splitter, you must connect the unit to a separate POTS splitter.
The Model 6051 POTS Splitter must be used for customer premises applications
in Canada.
Procedure
To cable the DSL Ports:
1. Insert a cable tie (provided) through the top of the anchor mount next to the
DSL PORTS 1–24 connector.
2. If the connector for your cable has a short captive screw, attach the cable to
the DSL PORTS 1–24 connector and fasten it to the jack screw with its short
captive screw.
#4-40
Jack Screw
Anchor
Mount
Short
Screw
50-Pin
Connector
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3. If the connector for your cable has a long captive screw, remove the provided
jack screw from the threaded hole next to the DSL PORTS 1–24 connector.
Attach the DSL PORTS 1–24 connector to the unit using the long, captive
pan-head screw (provided).
Anchor
Mount
Long
Screw
50-Pin
Connector
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4. Tighten the cable tie around the connector and trim the excess.
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5. If you use an internal POTS splitter, repeat Step 1 through Step 4, substituting
POTS 1–24 for DSL PORTS 1–24.
6. Secure the cables as required for strain relief.
GigE Uplink (Port 3)
Port 3 comprises two interfaces, only one of which may be used at a time:
„
An 8-position modular jack providing support for 1000BaseT
„
A Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) socket providing, with the appropriate
transceiver installed, support for 1000BaseX. A single-mode 1000BaseLX
transceiver is available from Paradyne. See Appendix B, Equipment List.
Either interface can be used as the uplink for a single BitStorm 2600, or for the
terminating unit in a stack of BitStorm 2600s.
Procedure
To use Port 3 as the uplink:
1. Connect the uplink cable to the BitStorm 2600:
— For a wire connection, plug the 8-position modular plug of your uplink
cable into the Port 3 1000BT modular jack. A straight-through cable can
be used regardless of the destination interface, since the port
automatically distinguishes between a Medium-Dependent Interface (MDI)
and an MDI Crossover (MDIX).
— For a fiber connection, plug your transceiver into the Port 3 GigE SFP
socket. Plug the LC connector of your fiber optic uplink cable into the cable
socket of the transceiver. Observing the minimum bend radius for your
cable, fasten it with cable ties in such a way that it will not be kinked or
snagged in the course of other cabling. If you do not know the
specifications for your cable, maintain a radius of at least ten times the
cable diameter.
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PORT1-
10/100
PORT3
OLE
ALARM
TEST
CONS
GigE
STATUS
1000BT
LINK
BT
ALARM
10/100
ACT
BT PO
RT2-
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SFP
Transceiver
LC
Connector
2. Connect the other end of the uplink cable to the uplink interface, such as an
Ethernet switch.
3. Port 3 (eth3) is the default uplink. If you have changed the default, use the
configure uplink CLI command or the Configuration / Uplink screen of the
web interface to specify eth3 as the uplink port.
10/100BaseT Uplink (Port 2)
Port 2 can be configured as the uplink for a single BitStorm 2600, or for the
terminating unit in a stack of BitStorm 2600s. A straight-through cable can be used
regardless of the destination interface, since the port automatically distinguishes
between an MDI and an MDIX.
Procedure
To use Port 2 as the uplink:
1. Connect an 8-position modular cable to Port 2.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the uplink interface, such as an Ethernet
switch.
3. Using the configure uplink CLI command or the Configuration / Uplink screen
of the web interface, specify eth2 as the uplink port.
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T1 or E1 Uplink
Models that support T1 or E1 have eight ports that can be used in any combination
to provide PPP or MLPPP uplinks.
Procedure
To use T1 or E1 uplinks:
1. Use the CLI or web interface to configure PPP or MLPPP paths.
2. Connect an 8-position modular cable to one of the eight T1 or E1 ports on the
faceplate of the DSLAM. Connect the other end of the cable to the uplink
interface.
3. Connect up to seven other T1 or E1 cables as in Step 2.
4. Fix the cable or cables to the rail as required for strain relief.
PORT
1-10/1
PORT
2-10/1
LINK
00BT
ACT
ACT
LINK
00BT
1
3
2
4
ALARM
ALARM
K PORT
S
5
7
6
8
TEST
OLE
STATUS
UPLIN
CONS
1
3
2
5
4
7
6
9
8
10
11
13
12
14
15
17
16
18
19
21
20
23
22
24
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CAUTION:
It is possible to create bridging loops by connecting cables improperly relative
to the configuration defined on the SCP card.
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Chaining BitStorm 2600s
Up to eight BitStorm 2600s can be chained together to use a single uplink. The
same port (eth2 or eth3) used as the uplink for one unit must be used as the
downlink for the next. For example, in this illustration:
„
The top unit has Port 3 (eth3) defined as its uplink and is connected to Port 3
of the next unit in the chain using a straight-through 8-position modular cable.
„
The middle unit has Port 2 (eth2) defined as its uplink and is connected to
Port 2 of the next unit.
„
The bottom unit has Port 3 (eth3) defined as its uplink, which is the uplink for
the stack. That unit is using the fiber interface.
PORT3
1
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2
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4
9
6
11
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10
15
12
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23
20
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24
LINK
PORT3
ACT
1000BT
ALARM
ALARM
PORT1-1
0/100BT
PORT2-1
0/100BT
GigE
STATUS
CONSOL
E
TEST
1000BT
LINK
0BT POR
T2-10/10
0BT
ACT
PORT1-1
0/10
GigE
POTS
1-24
ALARM
1
3
5
2
7
4
9
6
11
8
13
10
15
12
17
14
19
16
21
18
23
20
22
24
LINK
PORT3
ACT
1000BT
ALARM
CONSOL
E
PORT1-1
0/100BT
PORT2-1
0/100BT
TEST
STATUS
DSL POR
TS 1-24
GigE
POTS
1-24
ALARM
ALARM
TEST
CONSOL
E
STATUS
DSL POR
TS 1-24
1
3
5
2
7
4
9
6
11
8
13
10
15
12
17
14
19
16
21
18
23
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22
24
POTS
1-24
DSL POR
TS 1-24
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Copper cables connecting:
„
Port 2 to Port 2 must be at least 3 feet (0.9 m) long
„
Port 3 to Port 3 must be at least 6 feet (1.8 m) long
Shorter cables may cause data errors.
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Management Port
Port 1 can be used to connect the BitStorm 2600 to a network management
system using a 10BaseT or 100BaseT LAN. A straight-through cable can be used
regardless of the destination interface, since the port automatically distinguishes
between an MDI and an MDIX.
Procedure
To use Port 1 as the out-of-band management port:
1. Connect an 8-position modular cable to Port 1.
2. If the BitStorm 2600 is in a rack, fasten the cable to a rail with a cable tie.
3. Connect the other end of the cable to your Ethernet switch or a network
interface card in a PC.
Ethernet Switch
-10/100
1000BT
PORT3
CONSO
LE
ALARM
GigE
STATUS
LINK
BT
ALARM
BT PO
RT2
TEST
-10/100
ACT
PORT1
Port 1
1
3
2
5
4
7
6
9
8
11
10
13
12
15
14
17
16
19
18
21
20
23
22
24
DSL PO
RTS 1-2
4
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Console Port
The CONSOLE port normally serves as the primary user interface with the
BitStorm 2600 during installation. You can connect a terminal or PC directly to the
CONSOLE port using a DTE cable (see procedure below). You can also use the
CONSOLE port to attach a modem to the BitStorm 2600 for remote dial-in
management of the unit using a DCE cable (see Connecting a Modem to the
Console Port on page 2-9).
Connecting a Terminal or PC to the Console Port
Procedure
To connect a terminal or PC to the CONSOLE port:
1. Configure the terminal or terminal emulation program to use the following
parameters:
— Maximum speed: 9600 bps
— Data bits: 8
— Parity: None
— Flow Control: None
— Stop bits: 1
2. Determine and procure the proper Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) cable type.
The CONSOLE port requires a DB9 plug connector. The other connector
depends on the serial port on your terminal or PC.
3. Connect the DB9 plug connector to the CONSOLE port socket. The
CONSOLE port is ordinarily used only during installation, so do not fasten the
connector.
4. Connect the other end of the cable to the serial port of your terminal or PC.
Serial
Port
PORT3
CONSOL
E
ALARM
GigE
TEST
LINK
1000BT
ACT
0BT
STATUS
0BT POR
T2-10/10
ALARM
PORT1-1
0/10
1
3
5
2
7
4
9
6
11
8
13
10
15
12
17
14
19
16
21
18
23
20
22
24
DSL POR
TS 1-24
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Connecting a Modem to the Console Port
Procedure
To connect a modem to the CONSOLE port:
1. Determine and procure the proper DCE cable type for your modem. The
CONSOLE port requires a DB9 plug connector. The other connector depends
on the serial port on your modem, but normally a DB25 plug is required. The
cable must be an EIA-232-E crossover (null modem) cable.
2. Connect the DB9 plug connector to the CONSOLE port socket.
3. If the modem will be permanently connected, fasten the connector to the
Management Module with its captive screws. If the BitStorm 2600 is in a rack,
dress the cable to the left and attach it to the rail with a cable tie.
4. Connect the other end of the cable to the serial port of your modem.
Serial Port
Modem
PWR
ALM
TST
LINE
ETHER
NET
PORT1-1
0/100B
T PORT
2-10/100B
T
1000BT
ALARM
ALARM
TEST
LINK
GigE
STATUS
CONSOL
E
ACT
PORT3
CONSOLE
Port
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3
5
2
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4
9
6
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8
13
10
15
12
17
14
19
16
21
18
23
20
22
24
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RTS 1-2
4
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Alarm Interface
The ALARM interface consists of five contacts. Three of the contacts provide
access to alarm relays that that can be used to set off Major and Minor physical
alarms. The other two contacts provide access to a sense circuit that can be used
to detect the open or closed condition of an external alarm relay.
A 5-position plug provided in the hardware kit is used to connect 20–28 AWG wire
to the ALARM terminal block (see Table 1-2, Contents of Hardware Kit Shipped
with the BitStorm 2600, in Chapter 1, Installation).
The contacts are closed during normal operation. They open in response to loss of
power, hardware failure, or other alarm conditions. See ALARM Connector in
Appendix A, Connectors and Pin Assignments for more information.
CAUTION:
The ALARM Sense + and Sense – contacts are intended to be connected
to an external alarm relay. Do not apply power to these contacts; doing so
will result in damage to the unit.
Procedure
To connect the ALARM interface:
1. Strip the tips of the alarm source wires about 1/2 inch (13 mm).
2. Use a screwdriver to press the orange spring tab in while inserting the wire
into the hole below it. The insulation should be fully within the plug and no
bare wire should be exposed outside of the plug.
Spring
Tab
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3. Insert the plug into the ALARM interface on the front panel of the
BitStorm 2600.
4. If the BitStorm 2600 is in a rack, dress the cable to the left and secure it to the
rail with a cable tie.
5. Connect the other end of the cable to your alarm monitoring system.
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Ground
Procedure
To connect the unit to a ground:
1. Crimp a ring terminal onto the stripped end of 14 AWG or heavier copper
ground wire.
2. Remove the screw marked by the ground symbol (
front panel.
) at the right side of the
3. Fasten the ring terminal to the front panel using the same screw.
4. Attach the ground wire to an earth ground.
POTS
1-24
2600
To Earth Ground
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Connecting to Power
The BitStorm 2600 can be powered by any AC power source supplying
90–265 VAC at 47–63 Hz.
Procedure
To connect the BitStorm 2600 to a power source:
1. Insert the supplied power cord into the power socket on the back of the unit.
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2. If the BitStorm 2600 is in a rack, dress the power cord to the left and fasten it
to the rail with a cable tie.
3. Connect the other end of the power cord to a grounded AC power source.
4. Make sure the STATUS LED on the front panel is ON (green). See Chapter 3,
LEDs.
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LEDs
3
LED Locations
The locations of the System and DSL Port LEDs on the front panel of the
BitStorm 2600 are shown in Figure 3-1, Front Panel LEDs (GigE Uplink).
Activity LEDS
PORT3
1000BT
GigE
ALARM
STATUS
ACT
LINK
PORT1-10/100BT PORT2-10/100BT
DSL Ports LEDs
TEST
Link LEDs
ALARM
CONSOLE
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
05-17454-01
PORT1-
10/100B
T PORT210/100B
T
1000BT
STATUS
ALARM
LINK
ALARM
GigE
TEST
CONSO
LE
ACT
PORT3
1
3
2
5
4
7
6
9
8
11
10
13
12
15
14
17
16
19
18
21
20
23
22
24
POTS
DSL PORTS
1-24
1-24
2600
Front Panel LEDs (GigE Uplink)
Link
LEDs
Activity
LEDs
DSL Ports
LEDs
ACT
PORT2-10/100BT
UPLINK PORTS
CONSOLE
3
5
7
2
4
6
8
TEST
1
ALARM
STATUS
ACT
LINK
PORT1-10/100BT
Uplink
LEDs
LINK
Figure 3-1.
ALARM
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
05-17629-01
Figure 3-2.
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3. LEDs
LED Meanings
When power is first applied to the unit, it performs a power-on self-test. When this
test is successfully completed, the Status LED blinks. The meaning of all the LEDs
is shown in Table 3-1, Front Panel LEDs.
Table 3-1.
Front Panel LEDs
LED
Color
State
Meaning
Link*
Green
Off
No Ethernet link present.
On
Ethernet Link present.
Flashing
Ethernet link is present, but port is
administratively disabled.
Off
No data is being transferred.
On
Data is being transferred.
Green
On
Good signal; unit is trained.
Yellow
On
Link is in an alarm state.
Off
Link is disabled.
Off
No power, or the unit has not completed
initialization.
On
Unit has power and has completed initialization.
Off
No Alarms.
On
An alarm is reported: the unit failed self-test, or
the unit has exceeded a safe temperature, or a
fan has failed, or a port is in an alarm state.
Off
Normal operating mode.
On
At least one port is in test mode.
Off
The port is disabled or no signal is detected on
the line.
On
Port has successfully trained with the remote
and is active.
Activity*
Uplink Ports 1–8
(T1/E1 models)
STATUS
ALARM
TEST
Green
Green
Amber
Amber
DSL Ports
Green
(LEDs
numbered 1–24
correspond to
DSL ports 1–24)
* The RJ45-type connectors for Port 1, Port 2, and (if present) Port 3 bear two LEDs:
the left one is the Link LED and the right one is the Activity LED. The SFP socket for
Port 3 has two adjacent LEDs marked LINK and ACT.
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Configuration
4
Overview
The BitStorm 2600 is designed to require minimal configuration before it can be
accessed by a Network Operations Center (NOC). When the BitStorm 2600 is first
powered up it is a fully functional bridge, and all DSL ports are set to their
maximum speed.
Initial configuration is performed using the Command Line Interface (CLI). The CLI
is available from a terminal or PC connected to the CONSOLE port.
Additional configuration may be necessary, depending on the mode used to
manage the BitStorm 2600:
„
Inband
„
Out of band through Port 1
This can be performed using the CLI, SNMP, or the web interface.
For more configuration information, see the BitStorm 2600 and GranDSLAM 4200
IP DSLAM Command Line Interface Reference (for the CLI) and the online Help
(for the web interface).
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4. Configuration
Using the CLI
A command line interface (CLI) can be used to configure and monitor the unit. The
CLI is available from a PC or terminal connected to the Console port, or from a
Telnet session with the device.
The following commands are available:
Table 4-1.
CLI Commands
Command
Function
clear
Clear the system log.
configure
Enter Configuration mode.
copy
Copy from one file to another.
date
Set the time zone and date format.
end
If user is in Administrator mode, shifts to User mode; if user is in
User mode, positions interface at top of menu tree.
exit
Terminate current session.
firmware
Download or apply new firmware.
paging
Enable or disable paging (more prompt) for this session.
privilege
Enable administrator mode.
restart
Restart a unit.
show
Display configuration, statistics, and status.
technical-support
Display information for contacting technical support.
test
Test the system.
Descriptions of some essential configuration commands follow.
Configure Management Default Gateway Address
The configure management default gateway command specifies the IP address
of the next hop router for the management traffic.
configure management default-gateway {ip_address}
Minimum Access Level: Administrator
ip_address – Specifies the IP address of the default gateway for the management ports.
Example:
PDYN# configure management default-gateway 137.90.127.1
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Configure Management Inband Address
The configure management inband address command specifies the IP address
of the unit.
configure management inband address {ip_address} { subnet_mask}
Minimum Access Level: Administrator
ip_address – Specifies the management IP address. Default is 0.0.0.0 (disabled). Do
not configure inband and out-of-band management on the same subnet.
subnet_mask – Specifies the subnet mask to be applied to the IP address. The default
mask is 255.255.255.0.
Example:
PDYN# configure management inband address 137.90.127.3
255.255.255.0
Configure Management Out-of-Band Address
The configure management out-of-band address command specifies the IP
address of the unit that will accept management traffic on the out-of-band
management port.
configure management out-of-band address {bootp | {{ip_address} {
subnet_mask} }
Minimum Access Level: Administrator
bootp – Specifies that a BOOTP server will determine the management IP address.
ip_address – Specifies the management IP address. The default address is
10.10.10.10. Do not configure inband and out-of-band management on the same
subnet.
subnet_mask – Specifies the subnet mask to be applied to the IP address. The default
mask is 255.255.255.0.
Example:
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PDYN# configure
management out-of-band address bootp
PDYN# configure
255.255.255.0
management out-of-band address 137.90.127.3
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4. Configuration
BitStorm 2600 Startup Procedure
You can initialize your BitStorm 2600 via a PC or terminal connected to the unit’s
CONSOLE port. Then, using a series of CLI commands, GrandVIEW EMS or
another Element Management System, or the web interface, you can configure the
unit according to your requirements.
Login
Procedure
To log in to the BitStorm 2600:
1. Connect a PC or terminal to the CONSOLE port. (See Console Port in
Chapter 2, Cabling.)
2. At the login> prompt, type admin and press Enter.
3. At the password> prompt, press Enter. The default login password is blank.
4. At the PDYN> prompt, type privilege and press Enter.
5. At the password# prompt, press Enter. The default privileged password is
blank.
You are now logged on and in privileged mode, which allows you to configure the
unit.
Management Modes
The startup procedure for the BitStorm 2600 system differs depending on the type
of management used:
4-4
„
Inband Management – Operates over the uplink.
„
Out-of-Band Management – Operates over Port 1.
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4. Configuration
Startup Procedure for Inband Management
With inband management, the BitStorm 2600 is managed using the uplink port.
Procedure
To start up the BitStorm 2600 using inband management:
1. Specify the uplink port using the configure uplink command. It must be either
eth2 (Port 2) or eth3 (Port 3). For example:
PDYN# configure uplink eth3
2. Assign an IP address, netmask, and next-hop router using the configure
management command. For example:
PDYN# configure management inband address 137.90.127.3
255.255.255.0
PDYN# configure management default-gateway
137.90.127.1
Do not configure inband and out-of-band management on the same subnet.
Changing the VLAN for Inband Management
By default, all ports are untagged members of VLAN 1. This can be modified using
the CLI.
Procedure
To change the VLAN for inband management:
1. Display the current VLAN configuration:
PDYN# sho vlan configuration all
VLAN
1
Name
Tagged Members
UnTagged Members
ProxyARP
Secure Mode
Proxy Arp NHR
VLAN
4080
Name
Tagged Members
UnTagged Members
ProxyARP
Secure Mode
Proxy Arp NHR
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default
1-24, mgmt_i, eth2, eth3
disabled
disabled
0.0.0.0
OutOfBand VLAN
mgmt_o, eth1
disabled
disabled
0.0.0.0
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4. Configuration
2. Delete untagged ports from VLAN 1:
PDYN#!configure vlan modify 1 ports untagged delete
Vlan 1 default, 'untagged' ports 'delete', modified
successfully.
3. Create a new VLAN (VLAN 2 in this example):
PDYN#configure vlan create 2
Vlan 2 Created successfully.
4. Add untagged ports to VLAN 2:
PDYN#!configure vlan modify 2 ports untagged
mgmt_i,eth3
Vlan 2 , 'untagged' ports 'mgmt_i,eth3', modified
successfully.
5. Display the configuration of VLAN 2:
PDYN#!sho vlan configuration 2
VLAN
2
Name
Tagged Members
UnTagged Members
ProxyARP
Secure Mode
Proxy Arp NHR
mgmt_i, eth3
enabled
enabled
0.0.0.0
Alternatively, the uplink may be tagged and DSL ports untagged.
Procedure
1. Add a tagged port to VLAN 2:
PDYN#!configure vlan modify 2 ports tagged eth3
Vlan 2 , 'tagged' ports 'eth3', modified successfully.
2. Add untagged ports to VLAN 2:
PDYN#!configure vlan modify 2 ports untagged mgmt_i
Vlan 2 , 'untagged' ports 'mgmt_i', modified
successfully.
3. Display the configuration of VLAN 2:
PDYN#!sho vlan configuration 2
VLAN
2
Name
Tagged Members
UnTagged Members
ProxyARP
Secure Mode
Proxy Arp NHR
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eth3
mgmt_i
enabled
enabled
0.0.0.0
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4. Configuration
Startup Procedure for Out-of-Band Management
In out-of-band management, you manage the unit through Port 1.
Procedure
To start up the BitStorm 2600 using out-of-band management:
1. Assign an IP address, netmask, and next-hop router using the configure
management command. For example:
PDYN# configure management out-of-band address
137.90.80.3 255.255.255.0
PDYN# configure management default-gateway 137.90.80.1
You can now access the web interface by typing into the Location field of your
web browser the IP address assigned to the Port 1. See Using the Web
Interface on page 4-8.
Do not configure inband and out-of-band management on the same subnet.
2. Configure routers as necessary to route data from the NOC to the
BitStorm 2600.
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4. Configuration
Using the Web Interface
To access the web interface:
Procedure
1. Open your web browser. (Internet Explorer Version 6 or above is
recommended.)
2. Type http:// and the IP address of the BitStorm 2600 into the Address field of
your browser window. For example:
3. A login window appears. Enter the default User ID (admin) and leave
Password blank. Click on OK. The web interface screen appears.
4. Click on the menu tab appropriate to what you would like to do:
— Configuration – To configure the system and interfaces
— Status – To display statistics, status, and contents of memory
— System – To display system information, download firmware, back up
configurations, and modify users
— Diagnostics – To start and stop tests
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System / Users
For security reasons, it is a good idea to change the default password the first time
you use the system.
Procedure
To change the default password for user admin:
1. Click on the System menu tab, then click on Users. The folllowing screen
appears.
2. In the Configured Users box, select admin by clicking in the circle next to it.
3. Click on Modify Selected. The System / Users / admin screen appears.
4. Type in a new Login Password and a new Privilege Password, then click on
Apply. Keep a record of the new password.
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4. Configuration
Configuration / Management / SNMP
SNMP access to the unit is disabled by default. The read-only community string is
public, and the read-write string is private. Community strings, network
management system addresses, and trap manager addresses can be set using
the System/Management/SNMP screen.
Procedure
To set SNMP parameters:
1. Click on the Configuration menu tab, then click on SNMP. The
System/Management/SNMP screen appears.
2. Enter new SNMP parameters as desired. Click on Apply.
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Connectors and Pin Assignments
A
Overview
The following sections provide pin assignments for:
DSL Ports and POTS Splitter Connectors on page A-2
„
Port 1 and Port 2 10/100BaseT Connectors on page A-3
„
Port 3 1000BaseT Connector on page A-3
„
Port 3 GigE SFP Connector on page A-4
„
E1 and T1 Uplink Connectors on page A-5
„
Console Port Connector on page A-5
„
ALARM Connector on page A-6
PORT3
POTS 1-24
TEST
STATUS
CONSOLE
ALARM
GigE
ACT
1000BT
LINK
PORT1-10/100BT PORT2-10/100BT
„
ALARM
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
DSL PORTS 1-24
2600
03-17455
Figure A-1.
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BitStorm 2600 IP Front Panel
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A. Connectors and Pin Assignments
DSL Ports and POTS Splitter Connectors
The 50-pin RJ21X Telco connector labeled DSL Ports 1–24 provides the 2-wire
loop interface from each DSL port to the MDF for CO applications, or the
in-building wiring for customer premises applications. (The Canadian designation
for this connector is CA21A.) The 50-pin RJ21X (CA21A) Telco connector labeled
POTS 1–24 (if installed) provides the 2-wire loop interface with the internal POTS
splitters.
Table A-1 lists the pin assignments for these interfaces. Note that Pins 25 and 50
are not used.
Table A-1. DSL Connector Pinouts
A-2
DSL Port
Connector Pins
(Ring, Tip)
1
1, 26
2
2, 27
3
3, 28
4
4, 29
5
5, 30
6
6, 31
7
7, 32
8
8, 33
9
9, 34
10
10, 35
11
11, 36
12
12, 37
13
13, 38
14
14, 39
15
15, 40
16
16, 41
17
17, 42
18
18, 43
19
19, 44
20
20, 45
21
21, 46
22
22, 47
23
23, 48
24
24, 49
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25
50
26
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A. Connectors and Pin Assignments
Port 1 and Port 2 10/100BaseT Connectors
Port 1 and Port 2 are 8-pin unkeyed modular jacks for a 10/100Base interface.
Table A-2. Port 1 and Port 2 Pinouts
Signal
Pin
Transmitted Data +
1
Transmitted Data –
2
Received Data +
3
Unused
4
Unused
5
Received Data –
6
Unused
7
Unused
8
Pin 1
Pin 8
97-15449
Port 3 1000BaseT Connector
Port 3’s 1000BaseT interface is an 8-pin unkeyed modular jack.
Table A-3. Port 3 1000BaseT Connector
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Signal
Pin
Tip 1
1
Ring 1
2
Tip 2
3
Ring 3
4
Tip 3
5
Ring 2
6
Tip 4
7
Ring 4
8
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Pin 8
97-15449
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A. Connectors and Pin Assignments
Port 3 GigE SFP Connector
Port 3’s GigE interface is a standard SFP socket.
Table A-4. Port 3 GigE Connector
A-4
Signal
Pin
VeeT
1
TXFault
2
TXDisable
3
MOD-DEF(2) – I2C_DATA
4
MOD-DEF(1) – I2C_CLK
5
MOD-DEF(0) – SFP_PRESENT_L
6
Rate Select
7
LOS
8
VeeR
9
VeeR
10
VeeR
11
RD-
12
RD+
13
VeeR
14
VccR
15
VccT
16
VeeT
17
TD+
18
TD-
19
VeeT
20
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A. Connectors and Pin Assignments
E1 and T1 Uplink Connectors
The E1 and T1 connectors on T1/E1 MLPPP models are single, RJ48C, unkeyed,
shielded, 8-pin modular jacks. The shield is connected to ground via the module.
Table A-5. E1 Uplink Connectors
Signal
Direction
Pin
Receive Ring
In
1
Receive Tip
In
2
NC
—
3
Transmit Ring
Out
4
Transmit Tip
Out
5
NC
In
6
NC
—
7
NC
—
8
Console Port Connector
The CONSOLE port connector is a DB9 socket connector that supports an
EIA-232-E circuit as shown in Table A-6.
Table A-6. Console Port Connector
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RS-232 Signal
Direction
Pin
Data Carrier Detect
Out
1
Receive Data
Out
2
Send Data
In
3
Data Terminal Ready
In
4
Ground
—
5
Data Set Ready
Out
6
Request to Send
In
7
Clear to Send
In
8
Ring Indicator
—
9
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A. Connectors and Pin Assignments
ALARM Connector
The alarm relay reports major alarms through the ALARM connector.
Table A-7. ALARM Connections
Signal
Direction Contact
Major Alarm
Out
1
Common
Out
2
Minor Alarm
Out
3
Alarm Sense +
In
4
Alarm Sense –
In
5
5 4 3 2 1
ALARM
03-17453
The alarm contacts are closed during normal operation. They open in response to
loss of power, hardware failure, or other alarm conditions. The maximum rated
load for the alarm relays is:
A-6
„
30 VDC: 1.0 Amp
„
60 VDC: 0.6 Amp
„
60 VAC: 0.6 Amp
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Equipment List
B
All BitStorm 2600 models include 19- and 23-inch mounting brackets and
hardware, and an Installation Guide.
Table B-1.
BitStorm 2600 Model List (1 of 2)
DSL
Ports
DSL Type
Splitters
Power Cord
Compatibility
Other Features
2611-A2-420
24
ReachDSL
None
North America
–
2611-A2-420-0JP
24
ReachDSL
None
North America
Japan Spectrum
2611-A2-424
24
ReachDSL
None
UK
–
2611-A2-425
24
ReachDSL
None
Europe
–
2611-A2-430
24
ReachDSL
900 Ohm
North America
–
2611-A2-431
24
ReachDSL
600 Ohm
North America
–
2611-A2-434
24
ReachDSL
600 Ohm
UK
–
2611-A2-435
24
ReachDSL
600 Ohm
Europe
–
2611-A2-436
24
ReachDSL
600 Ohm
India
–
2614-A1-420
24
ReachDSL
None
North America
T1 MLPPP (8 ports)
2614-A1-422
24
ReachDSL
None
North America
E1 MLPPP (8 ports)
2621-A3-420
24
ADSL2+
None
North America
–
2621-A3-423
24
ADSL2+
None
Japan
–
2621-A3-424
24
ADSL2+
None
UK
–
2621-A3-425
24
ADSL2+
None
Europe
–
2621-A3-430
24
ADSL2+
900 Ohm
North America
–
2621-A3-431
24
ADSL2+
600 Ohm
North America
–
2621-A3-434
24
ADSL2+
600 Ohm
UK
–
2621-A3-435
24
ADSL2+
600 Ohm
Europe
–
Model Number
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B. Equipment List
Table B-1.
BitStorm 2600 Model List (2 of 2)
Model Number
DSL
Ports
DSL Type
Splitters
Power Cord
Compatibility
Other Features
2621-A3-436
24
ADSL2+
600 Ohm
India
–
2624-A1-420
24
ADSL2+
None
North America
T1 MLPPP (8 ports)
2624-A1-422
24
ADSL2+
None
North America
E1 MLPPP (8 ports)
2631-A3-425
24
ADSL2+
None
Europe
Annex B
2631-A3-435
24
ADSL2+
ISDN
Europe
Annex B
2671-A2-420
24
SHDSL
None
North America
–
2671-A2-424
24
SHDSL
None
UK
–
2671-A2-425
24
SHDSL
None
Europe
–
2674-A1-420
24
SHDSL
None
North America
T1 MLPPP (8 ports)
2674-A1-422
24
SHDSL
None
North America
E1 MLPPP (8 ports)
Table B-2.
BitStorm 2600 Related Equipment List
Model Number
Description
2600-A2-GB21
BitStorm 2600 and GranDSLAM 4200 IP Command Line Interface Reference (paper copy)
2600-A2-GB22
BitStorm 2600 and GranDSLAM 4200 IP SNMP Reference (paper copy)
4200-F1-001
Mounting Brackets for ETSI 21-inch (535 mm) Rack
4200-F3-000
Single-Mode 1000BaseLX SFP Transceiver (10 km, 1310 nm FP-LD)
4200-F3-001
Single-Mode 1000BaseLX SFP Transceiver (40 km, 1310 nm DFB-LD)
4200-F3-002
Single-Mode 1000BaseZX SFP Transceiver (80 km, 1550 nm DFB-LD)
4200-F3-003
Multimode 1000BaseSX SFP Transceiver (0.55 km, 850 nm VCSEL)
5011-A1-000
1-Slot POTS Splitter Chassis
5016-A1-000
6-Slot POTS Splitter Chassis
6051-B1-001
BitStorm 6051 Universal Line Sharing POTS Splitter
8400-F1-001
LC to SC Multimode Conversion Cable
8400-F1-002
LC to SC Single-Mode Conversion Cable
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Technical Specifications
C
Technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
Table C-1. BitStorm 2600 Technical Specifications (1 of 3)
Specifications
Criteria
Alarm Contacts
Maximum Rated
Load
„ 30 VDC: 1.0 Amp
„ 60 VDC: 0.6 Amp
„ 60 VAC: 0.6 Amp
Cooling and Air
Handling
Each BitStorm 2600 is independently cooled with integral fans and
does not rely on vertical air flow.
DSL
Compatibility
Models 2611 and 2614:
„ ReachDSL 2.2
Models 2621 and 2624:
„ G.dmt (G.992.1)
„ G.lite (G.992.2)
„ ANSI T1.413-1998
„ ADSL2 (G.992.3)
„ ADSL2+ (G.992.5)
Model 2631:
„ G.dmt (G.992.1) Annex B
„ ADSL2 (G.992.3) Annex B
„ ADSL2+ (G.992.5) Annex B
Models 2671 and 2674:
„ G.SHDSL (G.991.2)
„ G.hs (G.994.1)
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C. Technical Specifications
Table C-1. BitStorm 2600 Technical Specifications (2 of 3)
Specifications
Criteria
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
(EMC)
Meets the following standards:
„ EN 300 386-2
„ EN 55024
„ EN 55022, Class A
„ FCC Part 15, Class A
„ VCCI, Class A
Environment
Operating Temperature: –40° to 55° C (–40° to 131° F)
Relative Humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
Storage Temperature: –40° to 80° C (–40° to 176° F)
Shock and vibration tolerance sufficient to withstand normal shipping
Interfaces
„ DSL PORTS: 50-pin RJ21X Telco-type connector
„ POTS: 50-pin RJ21X Telco-type connector
„ CONSOLE: DB9 (EIA-232-E)
„ Port 1 and Port 2: 8-pin modular jack (10/100BaseT)
„ Port 3 copper interface: 8-pin modular jack (1000BaseT)
„ Port 3 fiber interface: SFP socket
„ T1/E1 MLPPP interface: eight RJ48C modular jacks
Physical
Dimensions
Height: 1.75″ (44.5 mm, or 1U as defined in EIA-310-C) without feet
Width: 17.2″ (437 mm) without mounting brackets
Depth: 16.0″ (406 mm) with cables
Power
90–265 VAC, 47–63 Hz
Power
Consumption
Model 2611: 45 Watts Maximum
Model 2614: 43 Watts maximum
Model 2621: 57 Watts Maximum
Model 2624: 55 Watts Maximum
Model 2631: 57 Watts Maximum
Model 2671: 46 Watts Maximum
Model 2674: 44 Watts Maximum
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C. Technical Specifications
Table C-1. BitStorm 2600 Technical Specifications (3 of 3)
Specifications
Criteria
Weight
2611 without splitters: 15.1 lb (6.8 kg)
2611 with splitters: 17.0 lb (7.7 kg)
2614: 13.1 lb (5.9 kg)
2621 without splitters: 14.7 lb (6.7 kg)
2621 with splitters: 16.3 lb (7.4 kg)
2624: 12.2 lb (5.5 kg)
2631 without splitters: 14.7 lb (6.7 kg)
2631 with splitters: 16.3 lb (7.4 kg)
2671: 15.5 lb (7.0 kg)
2674: 13.1 lb (5.9 kg)
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Index
Numerics
10/100BaseT pinouts, A-3
1000BaseT pinouts, A-3
A
AC power, 2-12
Activity LEDs, 3-2
administrator, login, 4-4
Alarm
connector pinouts, A-6
LED, 3-2
port cabling, 2-10
port connectors, A-6
port description, 1-3
audience for this document, v
autosensing, 2-4, 2-7
B
BitStorm 2600
description, 1-1
brackets
installation for rack mount, 1-6
C
cables, A-1
DSL ports, A-2
MGMT port, A-3
required, 1-3
cabling, 2-1
ALARM port, 2-10
console port, 2-8
DSL ports, 2-2
GigE uplink, 2-3
ground, 2-11
management port, 2-7
Port 1, 2-7
Port 2, 2-4
Port 3, 2-3
POTS ports, 2-2
power, 2-12
T1/E1 MLPPP, 2-5
uplink, 2-4–2-5
CO alarm system, 2-10
CO grounding screw, 2-11
Command Line Interface (CLI), 4-2
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commands, 4-2
community strings, 4-10
configuration, 4-1
CLI commands, 4-2
mounting brackets, 1-6
configuring
inband management, 4-5
out-of-band management, 4-7
SNMP parameters, 4-10
connectors, A-1
ALARM, A-6
CONSOLE port, A-3
DSL ports, A-2
front panel, A-1
Management port, A-3
Port 3, A-4
POTS splitter, A-2
T1/E1 uplink, A-5
CONSOLE port, 2-8
cabling and settings, 2-8
connecting modem, 2-9
connector, A-3
description, 1-3
pin assignments, A-3
pinouts, A-5
contents of shipping carton, 1-4
cooling and air handling, C-1
D
DB9
cabling, 2-8
pinouts, A-5
default gateway, 4-2
default password, 4-4
changing, 4-9
desktop installation, 1-12
dimensions, C-2
document purpose, v
documents
online, v
ordering, vi
related, vi
DSL ports
cabling, 2-2
description, 1-3
LEDs, 3-2
pin assignments, A-2
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E
E1 uplink
cabling, 2-5
pin assignments, A-5
earth ground, 2-11
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), C-2
EMS, 4-4
Enter key, 4-2
environment, C-2
equipment list
hardware provided, 1-5
package contents, 1-4
part numbers, B-1
ESD precautions, 1-4
Ethernet
LEDs, 3-2
pinouts, A-3
F
fasteners provided, 1-5
feature numbers, B-1
feet, 1-12
front panel, 3-1, A-1
illustration, A-1
LEDs, 3-1
G
GigE uplink, 2-3
glossary URL, v
grounding screw, 2-11
H
hardware kit contents, 1-5
I
inband management
configuring, 4-5
described, 4-4
VLAN, 4-5
initialization procedures, 4-4
installation, 1-1
options, 1-2
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installing
feet for shelf installation, 1-12
in rack, 1-8
mounting brackets for rack mount, 1-6
mounting brackets for wall mount, 1-10
on shelf or desktop, 1-12
screws for wall mount, 1-11
self-retaining nuts, 1-8
unit into rack, 1-8
unit on wall, 1-10
interfaces, C-2
J
jack screw, 2-2
L
LEDs, 3-1
License Agreement, B
Link LEDs, 3-2
login, 4-4
lug for grounding, 2-11
M
management modes, 4-4
Management port, 2-7
cabling, 2-7
connector, A-3
description, 1-3
pin assignments, A-3
menu tabs, 4-8
MLPPP, 2-5
modem, connecting to Console port, 2-9
mounting brackets, description, 1-6
mounting configurations, 1-2, 1-6
N
network management systems, 4-10
NMS, 4-10
O
operating environment, C-2
optional mounting brackets, 1-6
order numbers, B-1
out-of-band management
configuring, 4-7
described, 4-4
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overview
cabling, 2-1
configuration, 4-1
management modes, 4-4
of BitStorm 2600, 1-1
of book, v
P
package contents, 1-4
part numbers, B-1
password, 4-4
changing, 4-9
default, 4-4
PC cabling and settings, 2-8
physical dimensions, C-2
pin assgnments
E1, A-5
pin assignments, A-1
Alarm, A-6
CONSOLE port, A-3
Console port, A-5
Management port, A-3
Port 3, A-3
Ports 1 and 2, A-3
RJ21X connectors, A-2
SFP socket, A-4
T1, A-5
Telco connectors, A-2
Port 1
cabling, 2-7
description, 1-3
pinouts, A-3
Port 2
cabling, 2-4
description, 1-3
pinouts, A-3
Port 3
cabling, 2-3
description, 1-3
pinouts, A-3–A-4
SFP socket pin assignments, A-4
POTS connector pin assignments, A-2
POTS splitter
cabling, 2-3
pin assignments, A-2
port description, 1-3
power, C-2
connecting to, 2-12
consumption, C-2
requirements, 2-12, C-2
PPP, 2-5
preinstallation, 1-2
product-related documents, vi
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purpose of this document, v
R
rack installation, 1-8
bracket installation, 1-6
example, 1-9
procedure, 1-8
related documents, vi
Return key, 4-2
RJ21X connectors, A-2
RJ45 pinouts, A-3
S
screws provided, 1-5
SFP socket
cabling, 2-3
pinouts, A-4
shelf installation, 1-12
shipping carton, 1-4
site preparation, 1-2
site requirements, 1-2, C-2
SNMP, configuring parameters, 4-10
Software and Firmware License Agreement, B
specifications
product, C-1
stacking, 1-2
startup procedures, 4-4
Status LED, 3-2
synopsis of chapters, v
T
T1 uplink
cabling, 2-5
pin assignments, A-5
technical specifications, C-1
Telco connectors
fastening, 2-2
pinouts, A-2
terminal cabling and settings, 2-8
Test LED, 3-2
trap managers, 4-10
troubleshooting, LEDs, 3-1
turn-up procedures, 4-4
typographic conventions, 4-2
U
unpacking, 1-4
uplink
cabling, 2-4–2-5
GigE, cabling, 2-3
Port 2, 2-4
Uplink Ports LEDs, 3-1–3-2
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V
W
VLAN
for inband management, 4-5
VT100 cabling and settings, 2-8
wall mount
bracket installation, 1-10
screw positions, 1-11
web interface
password, 4-9
starting, 4-8
using, 4-8
weight, C-2
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