Alloy POEFEM24T2SFP user manual

User manual for the device Alloy POEFEM24T2SFP

Device: Alloy POEFEM24T2SFP
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User Manual



POEFEM24T2SFP
24 Port Fast Ethernet SNMP Managed POE
Switch
24x 10/100/1000Mbps ports + 2 paired SFP Ports







Version: 1.01
April, 2006

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual TABLE OF CONTENTS CAUTION ................................................................................................................................ IV ELECTRONIC EMISSION NOTICES............................................................................................. IV ABOUT THIS USER MANUAL ......................................................................................................1 OVERVIEW OF THE USER MANUAL ................................

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 3-10-1. STP Status..........................................................................................................70 3-10-2. STP Configuration ..............................................................................................72 3-10-3. STP Port Configuration.......................................................................................74 3-11. TRUNKING CONFIGURATION........................................................................

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual Caution Electronic Circuit devices are sensitive to static electricity. Dry weather conditions or walking across a carpeted floor may cause you to acquire a static electric charge. To protect your switch, always: • Touch the metal chassis of your computer to ground the static electrical charge before you handle the switch. • Pick up the switch by holding it on the left and right edges only. Electronic Emission Notices Federal Communications Commission (FCC

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual About this User Manual This User Manual will guide you on procedures to install, configure and monitor the Alloy 24 port Fast Ethernet SNMP Managed POE Switch utilising the built-in web management interface and also the CLI. Overview of the User Manual • Chapter 1 “Introduction” describes the features of the POEFEM24T2SFP Fast Ethernet SNMP Managed POE switch • Chapter 2 “Installation” • Chapter 3 “Operation of the Web-based Management” • Chapter 4 “

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 1. Introduction 1.1. Overview of the POEFEM24T2SFP SNMP Managed POE Switches The POEFEM24T2SFP features 24 PoE compliant ports running at 10/100Mbps and 2 paired 10/100/1000Mbps Copper/mini-GBIC (SFP) ports. The POEFEM24T2SFP is designed for high port density PoE applications such as VoIP phone deployment or IP security camera environments. The Intelligent Layer 2 SNMP management features enable reliable transport of critical VoIP and Security data, even in con

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual product. The 10/100Mbps and 10/100/1000Mbps copper ports meet all IEEE 802.3/u/x/z Gigabit and Fast Ethernet specifications. The 1000Mbps SFP fibre ports via optional mini-GBIC modules are compliant with all IEEE 802.3z and 1000Base-SX/LX/LHX/ZX/EZX standards. 1000Mbps single fibre WDM transceivers are designed with an optic Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology that transports bi-directional full duplex signals over a single fibre core.

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 1.2. Checklist Before you start installing your switch, verify that the package contains the following: • A POEFEM24T2SFP Gigabit SNMP Managed POE Switch • Mounting Accessories (for 19” Rack Shelf mounting) • This Users Manual CD-ROM • AC Power Cord • RS-232 Console Cable Please notify your supplier immediately if any of the aforementioned items are missing or damaged. 1.3. Features The Alloy POEFEM24T2SFP provides a comprehensive range of fe

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual • Supports static trunk and LACP based Trunking • Supports Port Based and 802.1Q VLAN’s • Supports user management via web interface and limits three users to login • Supports broadcast storm suppression • Trap events can be sent when certain events occur • Configuration can be restored to factory default at the push of a button • Hot Swappable SFP modules • Supports Quality of Service (QoS) for real time applications based on the information taken

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 1.4.1. User Interfaces on the Front Panel (Button, LED's and Plugs) There are 24x copper RJ-45 Fast Ethernet ports and 2x paired 10/100/1000Mbps Copper / SFP fibre ports for optional mini-GBIC modules on the front panel of the switch. The LED display area, located on the left side of the panel, contains a Power LED (which indicates the power status of the switch) a CPU LED (which indicates whether the CPU is working correctly) and 26 LED's that indicate the stat

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual PoE-PSE ACT Green Lit when PoE Power is active 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit TP/Fibre Port 25, 26 LED - On when connection with the remote device is good LINK Green - Blinks when any traffic is present - Off when no link is present - Lit when Fibre port is active FX Green - Off when TP port is active - LEDSET set on ACT (active) mode: Blinks when any traffic is present - LEDSET set on FDX (full-duplex) mode: Lit when full-duplex mode is active ACT/FDX/

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 1.5. Overview of the Optional SFP Modules With the POEFEM24T2SFP switch, the SFP ports are paired with RJ-45 copper ports 25 and 26. Only one of any given paired port can be used. In this manner, these paired ports can be seen as ‘Dual Media’ ports that support 10/100/1000Mbps or 1000Mbps fibre via the SFP interfaces. Optional 1000Mbps mini-GBIC fibre transceiver modules can be used for high-speed uplink connections to fibre backbones or servers, when installed

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 2. Installation 2.1. Starting the POEFEM24T2SFP SNMP Managed POE Switches This section provides a quick start guide for: • Hardware and Cable Installation • Management Station Installation • Software booting and configuration 2.1.1. Hardware and Cable Installation Please Note: ⇒ Wear a grounding strap to avoid damaging the switch with an electrostatic discharge ⇒ Be sure that the power switch is in the ‘OFF’ position before you insert the power cord •

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual • Copper Ports - Cable Installation Please Note: ⇒ The RJ-45 ports on the POEFEM24T2SFP support MDI/MDI-X auto-crossover functionality. This enables use of either straight-through or crossover UTP cable types; the RJ-45 ports will automatically be configured to suit the characteristics of the device at the remote end of the link. ⇒ The RJ-45 ports on the POEFEM24T2SFP support Nway auto-negotiation; the ports will automatically be configured to b

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 2.1.2. Cabling Requirements To help ensure a successful installation and keep network performance at optimum levels, take care to use Cat.5e grade or higher cabling. Ensure that stranded core UTP cable, if used, runs for no more than 10 metres, and that solid core runs for a maximum of 100 metres. Poor cabling is the most common cause for network dropouts or poor performance. 2.1.2.1. Cabling Requirements for UTP Ports • For Ethernet copper network connections,

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual Cont. Please Note: ⇒ Further information can be found in section 1.5 on page 7 ⇒ All figures denoting the range a given cable type can achieve must be treated as maximum values. A number of variables can limit the actual range that can be achieved – grade of cable used, quality of cable, and presence of joins in cable runs, for example 2.1.3. Management options available with the POEFEM24T2SFP The POEFEM24T2SFP supports multiple management options to al

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual To set or change the default IP address of the switch via the console port, please follow the steps below: 1. Log into the switch via hyper terminal using the above settings. Fig. 2-2 2. Type IP and press Enter to enter the IP configuration mode. 3. Type set ip “IP Address” “Subnet Mask” “Gateway” where “IP Address” is the IP address of the switch, “Subnet Mask” is the subnet mask of the switch and “Gateway” is

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 2.1.3.2. Configuring the POEFEM24T2SFP through the Ethernet Port There are three different methods of configuring the POEFEM24T2SFP through the Ethernet Port. They are CLI, Web Browser and via SNMP Management Software. We will not cover SNMP management in this manual as it will vary depending on the Network Management Software that is being used. Note: MIB files can be located on the CD-ROM, which can then be used with your Network Management Software. The def

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual If using the CLI open a command prompt and create a telnet session to the default IP Address of the switch. You will now be prompted to log into the switch, the default username and password is shown below: Username: admin Password: admin Fig. 2.5 Note: The CLI configuration will be covered in detail in Chapter 4. 15 Alloy Computer Products Pty Ltd Copyright ©2006

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POEFEM24T2SFP User Manual 3. Operation of the Web Based Management The following chapter allows the administrator to monitor and manage the POEFEM24T2SFP through the web management interface. Management functionality such as Port Based and 802.1q VLAN, Port Aggregation (Trunking), QoS, Port configuration and much more can all be configured quickly and easily via any port of the POEFEM24T2SFP. To access the web management open a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox an


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