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Enable-IT 864
Ethernet Extender DSLAM
User Manual
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CONTENTS
ABOUT THIS GUIDE
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1 INTRODUCING THE ENABLE-IT 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM
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About the 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM
Key Benefits
Summary of Features
Typical Use Applications
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2 INSTALLING THE ENABLE-IT 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM
Site Plan – Installation Design Considerations
Unpacking the 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM
Perform an out of the box Test
Performing the On-Site Installation
Mounting the 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM
Building the 864 Interlink wiring
Attaching cabling and devices
Troubleshooting & Performance Settings (DIP switch)
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3 TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Online Technical Services
World Wide Web Site
Returning Products for Repair
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4 ENABLE-IT INC. LIMITED WARRANTY
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5 CONTACT US
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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
This guide provides all the information needed to install and use the Enable-IT 864
ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM. This guide is intended for use by technicians who
are responsible for installing and setting up network equipment. Consequently, it
is assumed that the installer has a basic working knowledge of LANs (Local Area
Networks) and voice telecom wiring.
If the information in the release notes that are shipped with your product differs
from the information in this guide, follow the instructions in the release notes.
Most user guides and release notes are available in Adobe Acrobat
Reader Portable Document Format (PDF) or HTML on the Enable-IT World Wide
Web site: http://www.ethernetextender.com/manuals/864 Manual.pdf
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INTRODUCING THE 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM
Congratulations on purchasing the Enable-IT’s 864 ETHERNET EXTENDER DSLAM —
the simplest method to stretch your broadband solutions for in-building deployment in
commercial office buildings, hotels, and multi-tenant residential units.
The 864 Extended Ethernet Unit offers the Lowest Cost Solution in a simple design for
rapid install using existing 1 pair Telco wiring.
This chapter contains introductory information about The 864 Extended Ethernet Unit and
how it can be used in your network. It covers the following topics:
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About the 864 Extended Ethernet Unit
Key Benefits
Summary of Features
Typical Applications
About the 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM
The 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM solves the problem of high costs associated with
stretching your backbone with traditional fiber or a series of hubs/repeaters.
In many office buildings, preferred network access is a dedicated Ethernet line,
however Ethernet over twisted pair wiring has its distance limitations of just 328 ft. In
order to drive Ethernet signal further, one would have to add repeaters to each
segment of 328ft twisted pair cabling; this is often insufficient and to costly in multistory buildings. Fortunately, the Enable-IT 864 Series Extended Ethernet can push the
reach of Ethernet to more than (20) twenty times the typical Ethernet distance over a
1-pair Telco wiring infrastructure or better.
A simple design methodology would be to think of the 864 extending a standard Ethernet
line up to 6,000 (1,828m) with a (4) Port 10/100 Ethernet switch and can also include dual
voice lines simultaneously.
To increase the durability and extended use of the product providing maximum future
technology protection, 864 Extended Ethernet Unit meets the challenge of modern
switched LANs and allows you to add features and capacity as your network expands.
The Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet has been tested to provide full duplex transport up
to 90MB/s over CAT2, and up to 100MB/s over CAT5e cabling.
Unit Model
864
Wiring
LAN Data Rate Max. Distance
(1) pair CAT 2 up to CAT5e 100Mbps FD 6,000ft / 1,828m
Up to 700ft (200m) ‐ 100Mbps 700ft (200m) to 1,350ft (400m) ‐ 90Mbps 1,350ft (400m) to 1,970ft (600m) ‐ 70Mbps 1,970ft (600m) to 2,625ft (800m) ‐ 52Mbps 2,625ft (800m) to 3,280ft (1000m) ‐ 42Mbps 3,300ft (1005m) to 6,000(1,828m) ‐ 30Mbps * Actual data rate will vary on the quality of the copper wire, twisted pair and environmental factors
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Key Benefits
The following list identifies the 864 Extended Ethernet Unit key benefits.
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Dramatic cost reduction over any competing technology and includes a (4) Port
10/100 LAN switch on each end.
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Broadband technology that delivers in-building Ethernet access over 1 pair of
existing Category 2 up to Category 5e wiring up to 6,000’, whether spare or actively
in use for analog or digital voice. This means no new wiring is required.
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Provides one scalable infrastructure for Internet access, POTS, VoIP, video, and
virtual private networking.
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Rapid installation with small box profile, no programming and no firmware to
upgrade.
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Low profile box with Ethernet data all in a single RJ-45 Ethernet jack (Interlink port).
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Quad switched LAN RJ-45 10/100 Ethernet ports for expansion without adding a
hub or switch on each end.
Summary of Features
The Enable-864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM has the following hardware features:
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Extended Ethernet line over existing CAT 2 up to CAT5e / CAT6 wiring
Uses RJ-45 Interlink port for transport (Dual voice, 100Mbps data and PoE)
Rapid Telco style installation – no programming required
Supports digital VoD channels and Maintains existing telephone (lifeline POTS)
Drives Ethernet 100 Mbps full-duplex service delivery with quad LAN switch, dual voice
up to 6,000ft or 1,829m - can also transport PoE up to 1,500ft natively.
Network Equipment independence – Transparent to protocols/applications/MAC
Specifications:
Power Indicator
100Mbps Link status/Activity
VDSL2 Link Status/Activity
Functionality:
Data Rates 100Mbps Full Duplex
Full Duplex/Half Duplex status/Collisions
Protocol independent
Dimensions:
Height: 2.55" (65mm)
Depth: 5.5" (139.7mm)
Width: 8” (203.2mm)
864 Interlink port pins:
Pins 1 & 2 – Data
Pins 3 & 6 – Data
Pins 4 & 5 – PoE positive power
Pins 7 & 8 – PoE negative power
Environment:
Operating temp: -49°F to 168°F (-45°to 76°C)
Storage temp: -49°F to 168°F (-45°to 76°C)
Humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing
Interfaces:
(1) 12v-3.5A DC Power Adapter 2.1mm
(4) RJ-45 Interlink ports
(2) RJ-45 100MB LAN Auto negotiate
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Typical Use Applications
Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet Units are usually installed into telephone wiring
infrastructures where extension of backbone services is required and expensive fiber
options are prohibitive. The 864 Extended Ethernet Units allow a standard Ethernet
segment to be deployed quickly over existing 1 pair Telco Copper Wiring in combination
with existing POTS voice signals. The 864 Interlink port (RJ-45 interface) carries this 1pair signaling over the RJ-45 pins (1 & 2) - used for transport for both voice and data. If
you use more than 1-pair of wiring such as a CAT5 segment, the RJ-45 pins (3 & 6) are
used for Voice line 2 and the remaining pins 4,5,7 & 8 can transport native 802.3af PoE
or are unused. Quad LAN RJ-45 10/100 autosensing ports allow the use of LAN devices
without adding an Ethernet hub or switch to either end.
Installers have the convenience of a 100Mbps LAN Ethernet unit for peace of mind
connectivity and no device maintenance. Rapid installation allows for minimal interruption
and the Broadband technology allows for investment protection up to 10 -15 years with no
firmware or replacement issues. Bandwidth can be scaled according to the Broadband
Access Provider needs. The 864 Extended Ethernet Unit is a passive device so
interruption of Internet service does not affect POTS services. Carriers and Access
Providers can came and go, but the 864 Extended Ethernet Unit technologies continue to
provide lasting value such as the other utilities like Water, gas and electricity.
The Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet Unit is suited for the following key environments:
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Commercial Buildings (Multi-Tenant Units)
Business Parks (Multi-Tenant Units)
Apartments (Multi-Residential Units)
Hotels (Multi-Hospitality Units)
Business Suites (Multi-Hospitality Units)
School Campuses (University, K-12)
College Housing (Multi-Residential Units)
Mining Operations – Quarries, Mine shafts
Nautical Infrastructure – Cruise ships, Marinas, dive operations, subs
Video Surveillance/Security
WiFi Deployment – ISP’s, RV Parks, Construction sites
Manufacturing – Foundries, pharmaceutical, aerospace, automotive,
petroleum, concrete plants, etc.
Retail POS – Department stores, Bars, restaurants, retail spaces
Government – Naval ships, FEMA, Housing, USGS, National Parks, Forestry,
Research stations, NASA, utilities, etc.
Education – outdoor camps, college campuses
Healthcare – Hospitals, elder care, outpatient facilities
Entertainment – Movie theaters, home entertainment, fairs, outdoor venues
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INSTALLING THE 864 EXTENDED ETHERNET DSLAM
The Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet Units have a distance restriction of 6,000ft or
1,828m over 1-pair of Category 2 up to Category 5e / CAT6 wiring from device extension
to device extension. Therefore quick, simple site surveys and installation planning are
highly recommended.
This chapter describes the recommended installation process for the Enable-IT 864
Extended Ethernet Unit. It covers the following topics:
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Site Plan – Installation Design Considerations
Unpacking the Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAMs
Perform an out of the box Test
Performing the On-Site Installation
Site Plan - Installation Design Considerations
The planning process should involve a site walkthrough and discovery survey. Electrical
Cable measurement tools are the most reliable method to determine the longest run of
hidden wiring. Estimate the best locations to position the Broadband Concentrators to
adequately reach desired connectivity on each floor. Document your findings to use in
designing a network topology to support the Ethernet Switches and backbone connectivity.
Key points to remember in the Site Survey.
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Total distance limitation of 6,000ft or 1,829m from end to end.
1 Pair CAT-2 wiring or 4-pair Cat5e .30 Gage or better cabling is required for the
864 Interlink transmission.
For the Interlink wiring you can use RJ-45 connectors. Crimp a RJ-45 Male Head to
each end of the contiguous wire run and using the following pins (1 & 2) straight
through. This will deliver Ethernet Data.
The 864 Interlink port (RJ-45 interface) carries this 1-pair signaling over the RJ-45 pins
(1 & 2) - used for transport for both voice and data. If you use more than 1-pair of
wiring such as a CAT5 segment, the RJ-45 pins (3 & 6) are not used and the remaining
pins 4,5,7 & 8 are can transport native PoE or are unused.
864 CO
862 PRO CPE
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Unpacking the Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM
Carefully remove the Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAMs all packing materials
from the box. Verify that the items listed below are present. Make sure that the equipment
supplied matches what you ordered. If any items are missing or damaged, please contact
Enable-IT or your distributor for assistance.
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(2) The Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet Units (CO & CPE)
o 12v AC/DC Country Specific Power adapter
o 10’ Black Ethernet LAN patch cables
(1) Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM User Manual (this manual)
Perform an out of the box Test
We highly recommend a quick test to ensure the working order of you 864 unit. To
do this, please use one of the Ethernet patch cords provided and attach to the 864
Interlink port to each 860 CPE unit. Power up both the 864 and the 860 CPE units.
The Green Sync LEDs will start flickering slowly and then fast as the units talk to
each other. After a few seconds you should see a solid Green Interlink Sync LED
on each unit to confirm a link is established. This confirms basic proper operation
of the units. Next for a more detailed test and to confirm your LAN Equipment works
with the 864, connect your Ethernet LAN to the 864 LAN ports and your Ethernet
LAN at the remote CPE end and test connectivity. The Green Interlink Sync LED
will pulse rapidly as it detects traffic.
LED indicators will provide visual operational status of the 864 units.
Sync - Slow to fast flicker on power up – indicates negotiation of a link.
Solid Green LED indicates link established and rapid pulse is traffic.
Pwr - Solid Green LED indicates that both units are receiving 12v power.
Mode - Solid Yellow LED on CPE unit only – No LED lit on CO
ACT - Yellow LEDs – Lit solid indicates the presence of local LAN
– Blinking indicates the presence of local LAN traffic
Performing the On-Site Installation
After removing the Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM from the box and performing
the out of the box testing all that remains to install the unit on-site is to mount the unit,
build the interconnect wiring, add voice lines if needed and attach the LAN device cabling
with the provided Ethernet Patch cords.
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 Mounting the Enable-IT 862 CPE Extended Ethernet Units
The Enable-IT 862 Extended Ethernet CPE’s are designed for quick wall mounting.
Choose a location to mount each of the Enable-IT 860’s where the maximum distance
does not exceed 6,000ft or 1,829m total between devices to be connected. When wallmounting the Enable-IT 862 Extended Ethernet CPE’s it is recommended that you use
the appropriate screw anchors for your mounting surface. If mounting on existing
plywood use wood screws; if mounting onto drywall or sheetrock, use plastic drywall
anchors to secure your installation.
 Building the 864 Interlink wiring
The most important aspect of the install is the correct wiring of the Interlink cabling.
For the Interlink wiring you can use RJ-45 connectors. Crimp a RJ-45 Male Head to
each end of the contiguous wire run and using the following pins (1 & 2) straight
through. This will deliver Ethernet Data.
The 864 Interlink port (RJ-45 interface) carries this 1-pair signaling over the RJ-45 pins
(1 & 2) - used for transport for both voice and data. If you use more than 1-pair of
wiring such as a CAT5 segment, the RJ-45 pins (3 & 6) are not used and the remaining
pins 4,5,7 & 8 are can transport native PoE or are unused.
864 CO
862 Pro CPE
 Attaching cabling and devices to the Enable-IT 864 Extended Ethernet DSLAM.
Attach your remote LAN device to the 860 CPE unit LAN ports with Ethernet patch
cord provided. Attach your local LAN to the 864 DSLAM LAN ports with Ethernet
patch cord provided. Attach the power adapters to both the 864 DSLAM and 862
CPE units. Your equipment should now be powered up and functioning.
LED indicators will provide visual operational status of the 864 and 860 CPE units.
Sync - Slow to fast flicker on power up – indicates negotiation of a link.
Solid Green LED indicates link established and rapid pulse is traffic.
Pwr - Solid Green LED indicates that both units are receiving 12v power.
Mode - Solid Yellow LED on CPE unit only – No LED lit on CO
ACT - Yellow LEDs – Lit solid indicates the presence of local LAN
– Blinking indicates the presence of local LAN traffic
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 For troubleshooting, first examine the backbone wiring pair and make sure you have solid
connections. The Interlink Sync LED will be lit solid Green with rapid pulsing on each 864
unit to show proper connection and pairing. If the Interlink Sync LED Link is flashing slow
to fast and never goes solid …. Then follow the steps below:
1) Make sure your wiring is straight through and not connected to any Telco punch
down block; If so remove from the block and use Telco butt clips to bridge wire.
2) Check for a firm connection of the RJ-45 connections in each 864 unit,
and power is applied to the 864 DSLAM& 860 CPE units.
3) You can easily isolate any issue by performing an out of the box test confirm either the
864 Kit or your wiring. It is possible an outside interference has been introduced into your
wiring.
Performance Settings
If you are experiencing performance issues with your Ethernet connection you
may use the following Dip switch settings to adjust your application. For Dip
switch 2-4 you must toggle both symmetrically, in other words the CO and CPE
must match. If you turn 3 up on the CO you must do so for the CPE and viceversa.
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Dip Switch 1: Toggles the 860 Pro for either CO or CPE mode. (CO mode Up, CPE
mode Down)
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Dip Switch 2: This toggles your 860 Pro for either Interleave or Fast mode – Default
setting is set to Fast which is preferred for streaming multimedia, where an occasional
dropped bit is acceptable, but lags are less so. Interleave channel works better for file
transfers, where the delivered data must be error free but latency incurred by the
retransmission of errored packets is acceptable.
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Dip Switch 3: This toggles symmetrical/asymmetrical mode for dsl transmissions.
Symmetrical balances out the download/upload speed for transmitting data packets.
Asymmetrical mode weighs in favor of download speed while sacrificing upload speed
bandwidth. We suggest flipping Dip switch 3 Up (OFF) at a distance of 1,500 feet or less.
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Dip Switch 4: This toggles the Signal Noise Ratio (SNR). Default is set to 9dB which is
excellent for long distance communications whereas flipping the switch Up (OFF) toggles
6dB mode. If you experience issues of noise bleeding over the lines or high interference
in your environment it is suggested that you switch to 6dB mode and change to interleave
mode. This will help clean up any noise bleeding over your cabling.
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TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Enable-IT, Inc.’s Customer Care Team support is available directly to customers and
distributors. All support requests are processed through the online support portal. This allows
us to provide assigned support ticket numbers in order to bring closure to any technical issues.
Online Technical Services
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Please use this support website as your first source for help as it contains an on-line knowledge
base of articles, documentation, FAQ's and other problem-solving resources. This web-based
support resource provides the quickest solution to the most common technical support issues.
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