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201i Server Hardware Installation
CallPilot
Release 4.0
Document Number: 555-7101-220
Document Version: Standard 1.07
November 2006

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    201i Server Hardware Installation CallPilot Release 4.0 Document Number: 555-7101-220 Document Version: Standard 1.07 November 2006...

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    Nortel Networks. The process of transmitting data and call messaging between the CallPilot server and the switch or system is proprietary to Nortel Networks. Any other use of the data and the transmission process is a violation of the user license unless specifically authorized in writing by Nortel Networks prior to such use.

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    November 2006 CRYSTAL REPORTS is a trademark of Seagate Software Inc. EUDORA and QUALCOMM are trademarks of Qualcomm, Inc. ETRUST and INOCULATEIT are trademarks of Computer Associates Think Inc. DIRECTX, EXCHANGE.NET, FRONTPAGE, INTERNET EXPLORER, LINKEXCHANGE, MICROSOFT, MICROSOFT EXCHANGE SERVER, MS-DOS, NETMEETING, OUTLOOK, POWERPOINT, VISUAL STUDIO, WINDOWS, WINDOWS MEDIA, WINDOWS NT, and WINDOWS SERVER are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

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    Publication history November 2006 October 2006 October 2006 September 2006 July 2006 April 2006 July 2005 July 2005 November 2004 May 2003 201i Server Hardware Installation Standard 1.07 of 201i Server Hardware Installation is released for CallPilot 4.0 general availability. Standard 1.06 of 201i Server Hardware Installation is released for CallPilot 4.0 general availability.

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    Publication history September 2002 Standard 1.0 of CallPilot Installation and Configuration, Part 2: 201i Server Hardware Installation is released for CallPilot 2.0 general availability. Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

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    November 2006 CallPilot Customer Documentation Map Fundamentals CallPilot Fundamentals Guide (555-7101-010) Planning and Engineering Planning and Engineering Guide (555-7101-101) Network Planning Guide (555-7101-102) Data Networking for Voice over IP Guide (553-3001-160) Installation and Configuration Upgrade and Platform Migration Guide (555-7101-207) Installation and Configuration Task List Guide (555-7101-210) Server Installation Guides 201i Server Hardware Installation Guide (555-7101-220)

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    Publication history Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Task List To unpack the 201i server... 41 To prepare the 201i server for installation in a Meridian 1 switch ... 52 To position the 201i server on the switch shelf ... 56 To remove the backplane cables ... 59 To install the NTRH3501 backplane cable ...

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    Task List Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

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    Contents How to get help About the 201i server 201i server description ........16 Network connectivity .

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    Contents Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Succession 1000 description ........96 Removing the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion cover .

  • Page 13: How To Get Help

    C h a p t e r 1 How to get help This section explains how to get help for Nortel products and services. Getting Help from the Nortel Web site The best way to get technical support for Nortel products is from the Nortel Technical Support Web site: http://www.nortel.com/support This site provides quick access to software, documentation, bulletins, and...

  • Page 14: Getting Help Through A Nortel Distributor Or Reseller

    How to get help Outside North America, go to the following Web site to obtain the phone number for your region: http://www.nortel.com/callus Getting Help from a specialist by using an Express Routing Code To access some Nortel Technical Solutions Centers, you can use an Express Routing Code (ERC) to quickly route your call to a specialist in your Nortel product or service.

  • Page 15: About The 201i Server

    C h a p t e r 2 About the 201i server In this chapter 201i server description Network connectivity Peripheral connectivity 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 16: 201i Server Description

    About the 201i server 201i server description Introduction The 201i server is a flexible multimedia telephony server designed to integrate with Nortel Meridian 1 The 201i server occupies two slots of a Meridian 1 shelf or Succession 1000 Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion. When the server is locked into position, its connectors attach to the backplane, which provides power and communications links.

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    November 2006 Two Ethernet controllers on the 201i server motherboard provide Ethernet capability. These controllers provide the network interfaces for both the embedded LAN (ELAN) and customer LAN (CLAN). The connections to the ELAN and CLAN are established by using the multi I/O cable described on page 28.

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    About the 201i server The following diagram shows the 201i server components:. Keyboard connector Mouse connector Monitor connector Faceplate Software feature key (Dongle) Heat sink Hard drive mounting bracket Standard 1.07 Hard drive power cable Hard drive data cable Secondary backplane connector pin Secondary backplane connector...

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    November 2006 Faceplate The following diagram shows the 201i server faceplate. The faceplate provides LEDs, MPC card slots, and connectors for peripheral devices: Mouse connector Lock latch Keyboard connector Infrared port (future use) Monitor connector Power status LED MPC status LEDs MPC ejector buttons (slots 4 and 5) MPC slots 4 and 5...

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    About the 201i server The following table describes each faceplate feature: Faceplate feature Mouse connector Lock latches Keyboard connector Infrared port Monitor connector Power status LED MPC card status LEDs Description The mouse connector is a standard PS/2 connector and is hot-pluggable.

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    November 2006 Faceplate feature MPC card status LEDs (continued) MPC card ejector buttons MPC card slots Hexadecimal (HEX) display SCSI connector 201i Server Hardware Installation Description On, then off: The MPC card has been successfully powered down. It is safe to remove the card. Note: For instructions on powering up or powering down the MPC card, see “Starting and stopping components”...

  • Page 22: Environmental Specifications

    About the 201i server Faceplate feature Network and drive activity LEDs (labeled as E, C, I, and S) Reset button Environmental specifications Temperatures Recommended temperature Absolute temperature Long-term storage temperature Short-term storage temperature Change rate temperature Relative humidity Recommended relative humidity (RH) Description The E and C LEDs indicate the presence of network...

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    November 2006 Absolute RH Long-term storage RH 201i Server Hardware Installation About the 201i server 20% to 80% RH (noncondensing) 5% to 95% RH [at –40 ° ° C (158 F) respectively] (noncondensing) ° ° C (-40 F) to...

  • Page 24: Network Connectivity

    About the 201i server Network connectivity Introduction This section shows how CallPilot and the Meridian 1 or Succession 1000 system are integrated into your network. It also describes what is required in the network for correct CallPilot operation. ATTENTION Sample network setup: Meridian 1 switch The following diagram shows how the 201i server is integrated into your network with the following Meridian 1 switches: large systems, such as Option 51C...

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    November 2006 Web-enabled Telephony LAN/Customer LAN (10/100BaseT or 100BaseT) Web-enabled administrative PC Router or Ethernet switch (optional) 201i Server Hardware Installation Desktop administrative client PC Switch Laptop Embedded LAN (10BaseT) About the 201i server Desktop client PC Modem 201i CallPilot server G101631...

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    About the 201i server Sample network setup: Succession 1000 The following diagram shows an example of how the 201i server can be integrated with the Succession 1000 system in your network: Telephony LAN/Customer LAN (10/100BaseT or 100BaseT) Internet Telephony Gateway Line Card Succession 1000 Call Server...

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    November 2006 In the illustration on page 26, the telephony LAN (TLAN) provides IP connectivity between the Succession 1000 system and the i2004 Internet phonesets. The connection between the Call Server and Media Gateway can be point-to-point, or it can be through the LAN, if the system is installed in a distributed data network.

  • Page 28: Network Requirements

    About the 201i server Network requirements Appropriate networking equipment must be available for both the CLAN and ELAN. The CLAN and ELAN must be properly configured for correct CallPilot operation. To ensure correct configuration, Nortel recommends that you consult a network specialist. ATTENTION Multi I/O cable description The multi I/O cable contains four connectors, and is approximately 3 m...

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    November 2006 The following table identifies the purpose of each connector on the NTRH0912 multi I/O cable. Note: Labels on the RJ-45 cables distinguish the CLAN and ELAN connectors. Connector type 50-pin amphenol 10Base-T (RJ-45) 10/100Base-T (RJ-45) 1.For customers in EUED countries: see Appendix A, “RoHS part conversion table,” to look up part numbers for RoHS-compliant parts that are equivalent to the non-RoHS-compliant parts described in this guide.

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    About the 201i server Connector type RS-232 COM1 (male DB-9) Purpose This connector provides the connection to an external modem. The modem allows administrators and technical support personnel to administer the 201i server from a remote location. Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 31: Peripheral Connectivity

    November 2006 Peripheral connectivity Introduction Peripheral equipment is attached to the 201i server on the server faceplate. Faceplate connections ATTENTION The following peripheral devices connect to the 201i server faceplate: monitor (SVGA) keyboard mouse MPC card (permanent connection) SCSI cable (permanent connection) Monitor, keyboard, and mouse You must connect a monitor, keyboard, and mouse to run the Configuration Wizard or to install the operating system on the 201i server as part of a...

  • Page 32: Supported Peripheral Devices

    About the 201i server MPC-8 card The MPC-8 card looks like a Type II PC card, and supports the multimedia telephony services on the 201i server. Four specially-designed card slots are available for the MPC-8. All are located on the 201i server faceplate. ATTENTION SCSI connections The SCSI connection is the only permanent faceplate connection.

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    November 2006 Note: The CD-ROM drive is not hot-pluggable. You must power off the server to connect or disconnect the drive. Tape drive (NTRH9038) An external SCSI tape drive is used to back up and restore data. The device connects to the server by an intermediate SCSI cable that connects to the SCSI connector on the faceplate.

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    About the 201i server Note: The mouse connector on the 201i faceplate is a PS/2 connector. If you plan to use a USB mouse with USB-to-PS/2 converter, you must also use the Nortel-supplied 101 mm (4-in) PS/2 extension cable (A0855616). Without the extension cable, the monitor connector partially blocks the mouse connector.

  • Page 35: Preparing For Installation

    C h a p t e r 3 Preparing for installation In this chapter Installation overview Unpacking and inspecting the 201i server Switch and network requirements 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 36: Installation Overview

    Preparing for installation Installation overview Introduction This section provides a high-level overview of the requirements and procedure for installing the 201i server. For a list of CallPilot documentation, see the document map on page 7. Before you begin Ensure that proper power and grounding are available for all the power outlets serving the CallPilot server and its associated peripherals.

  • Page 37: Installation Checklist

    November 2006 Installation checklist The following checklist identifies the steps required to install the 201i server and peripheral devices. For more details, see Chapter 8, “Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server.” WARNING Risk of personal injury and hardware failure The power outlets used by the CallPilot server and its peripheral devices must be connected to the same ground reference as the one used by the Meridian 1 switch or...

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    Preparing for installation Step Description Familiarize yourself with the “Switch and network requirements” on page 44 of this guide. If you are installing the 201i server into a Meridian 1 tiered system, do the following: Change the location of the secondary backplane (DS30X) connector on the 201i server (see page 50).

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    November 2006 Step Description Set the following: SCSI IDs on the CD-ROM and tape drives (see pages 126 and 128) DIP switches on the CD-ROM drive (see page 126) device termination on the CD-ROM and tape drives (see page 130) Insert the 201i server into two consecutive slots inside the switch.

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    Preparing for installation Step Description Connect the 201i server and devices as follows: Connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse to the 201i server faceplate (see page 142). Connect the CD-ROM and tape drives to the intermediate SCSI cable (see page 144). Connect the multi I/O cable to the ELAN and CLAN network hubs (see page 153).

  • Page 41: To Unpack The 201i Server

    November 2006 Unpacking and inspecting the 201i server Introduction This section describes how to: unpack the 201i server and peripherals inspect the 201i server for damage It also describes what to do if you determine that the 201i server is faulty. To unpack the 201i server ATTENTION 1 Remove the 201i server from the carton and its antistatic bag.

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    Preparing for installation To inspect the 201i server for shipping damage Before proceeding with the installation, visually inspect the 201i server for any damage that might have occurred during shipping. Ensure also that the items in the following checklists are secure: Item Are all cables securely seated? hard drive power cable...

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    November 2006 Preparing for installation What’s next? Review the “Switch and network requirements” on page 44. 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 44: Switch And Network Requirements

    Preparing for installation Switch and network requirements Introduction The information in this section will help you plan your 201i server installation. Meridian 1 or Succession 1000 slot requirements The 201i server occupies two physical and electrical slots. You must install the 201i server in two peripheral equipment slots as follows: Switch Meridian 1 tiered...

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    November 2006 Switch Succession 1000 Meridian 1 I/O panel connections On large Meridian 1 systems (such as Option 51C), the 201i server requires two connections from the slots to the I/O panel on the rear of the switch, as follows: One connection is for the multi I/O cable.

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    Preparing for installation If the LAN is to be networked with the 201i server, you need a network specialist to ensure proper configuration. ATTENTION What’s next? Install the 201i server in the Meridian 1 switch or Succession 1000 system. For instructions, see one of the following: To install the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 switch (for example, Option 51C)

  • Page 47: Installing The 201i Server In A Large Meridian

    C h a p t e r 4 Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system In this chapter Overview Repositioning the secondary backplane connector Installing the 201i server in the large Meridian 1 switch Removing the backplane (tip and ring) cables Installing the NTRH3501 backplane cable Installing the SCSI cables for Meridian 1 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 48: Overview

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Overview Introduction This section describes how to install the 201i server in a Meridian 1 switch. ATTENTION Meridian 1 I/O panel connections On the Meridian 1, the 201i server requires two connections from the slots to the I/O panel on the rear of the switch, as follows: One connection is for the multi I/O cable.

  • Page 49: Scsi Cables

    November 2006 ATTENTION Backplane (tip and ring) cable The backplane (tip and ring) cable supplied with the 201i server (NTRH3501) provides 100Base-T Ethernet CLAN operation. This cable offers more network throughput than the cable that is already installed on the Meridian 1. When installed, this cable completes the connection between the left slot, the I/O panel on the rear of the switch, and the multi I/O cable on the 201i server.

  • Page 50: Repositioning The Secondary Backplane Connector

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Repositioning the secondary backplane connector Introduction The secondary backplane (DS30X) connector on the 201i server connects the server to the second slot on the shelf, thereby providing access to the voice channels provided by that slot.

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    November 2006 Secondary backplane connector description The secondary backplane connector is attached to the backplane edge of the 201i server. It consists of the following items: connector screws pin connector (with four pins) Two pairs of screw holes are provided for connecting the secondary backplane connector to the 201i server stiffening cage.

  • Page 52: To Prepare The 201i Server For Installation In A Meridian 1 Switch

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Required equipment To move the secondary backplane connector, you need a Phillips No. 1 screwdriver. A pair of needle-nosed pliers can also be helpful for removing the pin connector. To prepare the 201i server for installation in a Meridian 1 switch 1 Remove the secondary backplane pin connector.

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    November 2006 See the following diagram: 5 Replace the pin connector so the pins protrude through both connectors. Ensure that the connectors are correctly aligned as shown in the diagram below. 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Screw location for Meridian 1 CAUTION...

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    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Standard 1.07 G101442 CallPilot...

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    November 2006 6 Gently press the pin connector into the socket until it is fully seated. 7 Remove the yellow backplane warning label from the top lock latch on the 201i server. What’s next? Continue with “Installing the 201i server in the large Meridian 1 switch” on page 56.

  • Page 56: To Position The 201i Server On The Switch Shelf

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Installing the 201i server in the large Meridian 1 switch Introduction The 201i server occupies two slots. You can install the 201i server in slots 0 through 14. Ensure that both slots have electrical backplane connectivity. To position the 201i server on the switch shelf 1 Ensure that no cables are connected to the slots in which you are installing the 201i server.

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    November 2006 Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system What’s next? Continue with “Removing the backplane (tip and ring) cables” on page 58. 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 58: Removing The Backplane (tip And Ring) Cables

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Removing the backplane (tip and ring) cables Introduction You must remove the Meridian 1 backplane (tip and ring) cables that are associated with the slots occupied by the 201i server so that you can install the following cables: NTRH3501 backplane (tip and ring) cable The NTRH3501 cable offers more network throughput than the cable...

  • Page 59: To Remove The Backplane Cables

    November 2006 To remove the backplane cables 1 Remove the I/O panel cover from the rear of the Meridian 1 switch. 2 Remove the protective plate from the rear of the Meridian 1 switch. 3 Remove the existing backplane cable, including the I/O filter assembly (NT8D81xx) and mounting hardware for the left slot as follows: a.

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    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system ATTENTION Remove the tie wraps where applicable to free the cable. c. Remove the connector, I/O filter assembly, and all mounting hardware from the inside of the I/O panel so the slot is completely vacated.

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    November 2006 Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system The following diagram shows an example using slots 3 and 4: G101549 What’s next? Continue with “Installing the NTRH3501 backplane cable” on page 62. 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 62: Installing The Ntrh3501 Backplane Cable

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system Installing the NTRH3501 backplane cable Introduction You must connect the backplane (tip and ring) cable supplied with the 201i server (NTRH3501) for 100Base-T Ethernet CLAN operation. This cable offers more network throughput than the cable you just removed from the Meridian 1.

  • Page 63: To Install The Ntrh3501 Backplane Cable

    November 2006 Before you begin Before you can install the NTRH3501 cable, you must remove the existing backplane cable from the back of the switch. See “Removing the backplane (tip and ring) cables” on page 58. To install the NTRH3501 backplane cable 1 Install and connect the NTRH3501 cable to the multi I/O cable as follows: a.

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    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system See the following diagram: UP 1 UP 2 UP 3 What’s next? Continue with “Installing the SCSI cables for Meridian 1” on page 65. Backplane cable NTRH3501 Standard 1.07 Multi I/O cable NTRH0912 G101550 CallPilot...

  • Page 65: Installing The Scsi Cables For Meridian 1

    November 2006 Installing the SCSI cables for Meridian 1 Introduction Before you can connect a CD-ROM or tape drive to the 201i server, you must install the SCSI cables. The SCSI cables route the SCSI connection away from the 201i server faceplate so that an external SCSI device can remain permanently connected.

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    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system The connector on the intermediate SCSI cable that attaches to the 201i server faceplate is a low-profile right-angle connector. This allows the cable to be attached with the Meridian 1 cabinet cover on. Intermediate SCSI cable NTRH1408 NTRH1410 (for connecting an external SCSI device to the NTRH1408 connector on the Meridian 1 I/O panel)

  • Page 67: Before You Begin

    November 2006 In this diagram, the CD-ROM drive is the first device. The tape drive is the last device. 201i cabling Meridian 1 201i NTRH30AA NTRH1408 Rear I/O panel Note: Alternate SCSI device connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide.

  • Page 68: To Install The Scsi Cables For Meridian 1

    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system To install the SCSI cables for Meridian 1 1 Thread the SCSI connector end of the NTRH1408 cable from the front of the Meridian 1 along the bottom of the shelf to either the left or the right access channel.

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    November 2006 See the following diagram: Intermediate SCSI cable NTRH1408 SCSI cable NTRH1410 Note: The backplane connectors for the right slot are not required and, therefore, are left vacant. 6 Thread the NTRH1410 cable through the shelves below and out through the bottom of the Meridian 1 tower.

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    Installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1 system 7 Replace the protective plate. 8 Replace the I/O panel cover. 9 Power up the shelf. What’s next? Prepare the modem, CD-ROM drive, and tape drive for connection to the 201i server.

  • Page 71: Installing The 201i Server In An Option 11c Or

    C h a p t e r 5 Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini In this chapter Installing the 201i server in the Option 11C or Option 11C Mini switch 72 Section A: Installing Option 11C cables Installing the intermediate SCSI cable for Option 11C Section B: Installing Option 11C Mini cables Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Option 11C Mini...

  • Page 72: To Position The 201i Server On The Switch Shelf

    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini Installing the 201i server in the Option 11C or Option 11C Mini switch Introduction The 201i server occupies physical and electrical slots. The 201i server must be installed in two peripheral equipment slots as follows: Switch Option 11C Option 11C Mini...

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    November 2006 See the following diagram: 2 Ensure that no cables are connected to the slots in which you are installing the 201i server. 3 Open the lock latches at the top and bottom of the 201i server faceplate. Note: When you open the top lock latch, it breaks the yellow backplane warning label, if the label has not been removed.

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    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini 4 Slide the 201i server into an unoccupied pair of slots. Ensure that the 201i server is positioned correctly between the slots. Note: When correctly inserted in the Option 11C Mini, the top of the 201i server is on the left.

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    November 2006 What’s next? Continue with installing the cables. Refer to one of the following: Section A: “Installing Option 11C cables,” on page 77 Section B: “Installing Option 11C Mini cables,” on page 85 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini...

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    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 77: Section A: Installing Option 11c Cables

    November 2006 Section A: Installing Option 11C In this section Installing the intermediate SCSI cable for Option 11C 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini cables...

  • Page 78: Installing The Intermediate Scsi Cable For Option 11c

    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini Installing the intermediate SCSI cable for Option 11C Introduction Before you can connect an external CD-ROM or tape drive to the 201i server, Option 11C requires an intermediate SCSI cable (NTRH1407). Note: If you are installing the 201i server in an Option 11C Mini, go to page Cable description The connector on the NTRH1407 cable that attaches to the 201i server...

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    November 2006 Option 11C SCSI cable NTRH1407 What the completed installation looks like The following diagram shows how the intermediate SCSI cable, CD-ROM drive, and tape drive are connected to the Option 11C. The CD-ROM drive is the first device. The tape drive is the last device. 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini 201i server...

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    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini 201i cabling Option 11C 201i NTRH30AA NTRH1407 Bracket assembly CD-ROM drive SCSI cable NTRH3502 Note: Alternate SCSI device connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide. If you want to use a connection scenario that is not described in this guide, ensure that you use appropriate cabling for each device.

  • Page 81: To Install The Cable

    November 2006 To install the cable 1 Attach the bracket assembly and cable as follows: a. Below the card cage, temporarily remove the hardware that secures cable connections to the Option 11C. b. Temporarily remove any cabling that may interfere with the installation of the intermediate SCSI cable bracket assembly.

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    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini See the following diagram: 2 Thread the cable up through the card cage. Note: When routing the SCSI cable through the card cage, ensure the second cable ferrite is placed halfway through the opening. 3 Connect the grounding braid on the intermediate SCSI cable to the card cage, and tighten the screw.

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    November 2006 4 Leave the low-profile right-angle SCSI connector loose for now. You will connect it later to the 201i server faceplate. Note: The following diagram shows what the connection looks like after the cable is connected: Intermediate SCSI cable NTRH1407 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini...

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    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini 5 Replace all cabling and hardware that you removed in step 1. 6 Restore any services that you took out of service in step 1. What’s next? Prepare the modem, CD-ROM drive, and tape drive for connection to the 201i server.

  • Page 85: Section B: Installing Option 11c Mini Cables

    November 2006 Section B: Installing Option 11C Mini In this section Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Option 11C Mini Installing cables on the back of the Option 11C Mini cabinet 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini cables...

  • Page 86: Installing The Ntrh3502 Scsi Cable For Option 11c Mini

    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Option 11C Mini Introduction Before you can connect a CD-ROM or tape drive to the 201i server, you must install the NTRH3502 SCSI cable. The NTRH3502 SCSI cable routes the SCSI connection away from the 201i server faceplate so that an external SCSI device can remain permanently connected.

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    November 2006 201i cabling Option 11C Mini 201i NTRH30AA CD-ROM drive SCSI cable NTRH3502 Note: Alternate SCSI device connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide. If you want to use a connection scenario that is not described in this guide, ensure that you use appropriate cabling for each SCSI device.

  • Page 88: To Install The Ntrh3502 Scsi Cable

    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini To install the NTRH3502 SCSI cable 1 If your Option 11C Mini is equipped with a Fiber Routing Guide, temporarily remove it. Note: For detailed instructions, refer to the Option 11C and Option 11C Mini Expansion Guide (NTP 553-3021-208).

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    November 2006 See the following diagram: Note: After you remove the bracket, refasten the screws in their original locations inside the cabinet. 3 Refasten the inner SCSI bracket screws in their original locations inside the cabinet. You will use the top screw later to fasten the NTRH3502 SCSI cable drain wire.

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    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini SCSI cable installation to accommodate the Fiber Routing Guide 6 If required, reinstall the Fiber Routing Guide. Note: For detailed instructions, refer to the Option 11C and Option 11C Mini Expansion Guide (NTP 553-3021-208).

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    November 2006 See the following diagram: Note: Ensure the fiber routing spool and bracket are correctly aligned before fastening them in place. 7 Replace the cabinet cover. What’s next? Continue with “Installing cables on the back of the Option 11C Mini cabinet”...

  • Page 92: To Connect The Cables

    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini Installing cables on the back of the Option 11C Mini cabinet Introduction The following items connect to the back of the Option 11C Mini cabinet: multi I/O cable (NTRH0912) Option 11C Mini power cord with two ferrites You must connect the multi I/O cable first before connecting the power cord, because the power cord routes over the multi I/O cable connection.

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    November 2006 The following diagram shows how to secure the multi I/O cable connection: 3 Attach the multi I/O cable drain wire to a screw on the cabinet. See the diagram in step 4. 4 Connect the power cord to the Option 11C Mini cabinet. 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini Velcro...

  • Page 94

    Installing the 201i server in an Option 11C or Option 11C Mini See the following diagram: Drain wire What’s next? Prepare the modem, CD-ROM drive, and tape drive for connection to the 201i server. For instructions, see Chapter 7, “Preparing peripheral devices.” Standard 1.07 G101593 CallPilot...

  • Page 95: Installing The 201i Server In The Succession 1000 System

    C h a p t e r 6 Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system In this chapter Succession 1000 description Removing the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion cover Installing the 201i server Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Succession 1000 Replacing the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion cover Connecting cables to the Succession 1000 system 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 96: Succession 1000 Description

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Succession 1000 description Introduction The Succession 1000 system is an IP PBX that provides telephony and data capabilities over an IP network. The Succession 1000 system consists of the following major components: Call Server Media Gateway Media Gateway Expansion...

  • Page 97

    November 2006 one AC power cord connector and On/Off switch The following diagram shows the Call Server: Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion The Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion provide the interface for analog or digital trunks, i2004 Internet phonesets, analog phonesets, and applications such as CallPilot.

  • Page 98

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system The following table identifies the Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion slots into which you can install the CallPilot 201i server: Unit Media Gateway Media Gateway Expansion For more information about cards and slots, refer to the Succession 1000 Planning and Installation Guide (NTP 553-3023-210).

  • Page 99

    November 2006 Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion 1 Physical slot Media Gateway Expansion Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion 3 Physical slot Media Gateway 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion 2 Logical slot Physical slot...

  • Page 100

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion 3 Physical slot Media Gateway Expansion Back panel connectors The following table describes the connectors that are located on the back of each Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion, and how they relate to CallPilot: Connector Four 50-pin amphenol connectors that interface with...

  • Page 101

    November 2006 Connector One 10Base-T Ethernet connector that provides the ELAN interface to management software applications such as Optivity Telephony Manager and CallPilot accepts an industry-standard Medium Access Unit (MAU) DS30X and CE-MUX connectors for connecting the Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansions together Power connector The following diagram shows the Media Gateway:...

  • Page 102

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Note: Except for the back panel connectors, the Media Gateway Expansion is similar in external appearance to the Media Gateway. Succession 1000 software For the 201i server, the Succession 1000 system must be running Succession Release 3.00 (or later) software.

  • Page 103

    November 2006 Succession 1000 documentation If you need to refer to the following Succession 1000 technical documents, they are stored on the Customer Documentation Library CD-ROM (NTLH80BA), provided with your Succession 1000 system: Succession 1000 Planning and Installation Guide (NTP 553-3023-210) Note: This guide is also provided in printed format with your Succession 1000 system.

  • Page 104: To Remove The Front Bezel And Inside Front Cover Plate

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Removing the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion cover Introduction To access the interior of the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion, you must remove the front bezel and inside front cover plate. To remove the front bezel and inside front cover plate WARNING...

  • Page 105

    November 2006 a. Use a slot screwdriver to gently pry off the SUCCESSION label. b. Insert the screwdriver approximately 2 cm (0.75 in.) into the open slot, and then gently lift the screwdriver handle, thus applying downward pressure on the tab inside the bezel. At the same time, gently pull the bezel away from the chassis (approximately 2 cm [0.75 in.]) until the inside tab has cleared the catch.

  • Page 106

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system 2 Remove the inside front cover plate as follows: a. Use a screwdriver to loosen each screw on the top of the inside front cover plate by three turns. ATTENTION b. Apply pressure and slide the inside front cover plate upward to the left until the screw holes are aligned with the screw heads.

  • Page 107: Installing The 201i Server

    November 2006 Installing the 201i server Introduction This section describes how to install the 201i server inside the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion. Before you begin Determine which pair of consecutive slots are to contain the 201i server. The following table identifies the Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion slots into which the CallPilot 201i server can be installed: Unit...

  • Page 108: To Install The 201i Server Inside The Media Gateway Or Media Gateway Expansion

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system To install the 201i server inside the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion 1 Ensure that no cables are connected to the slots in which you are installing the 201i server. 2 Open the lock latches at the top and bottom of the 201i server faceplate.

  • Page 109

    November 2006 ATTENTION What’s next? Continue with “Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Succession 1000” on page 110. 201i Server Hardware Installation Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Do not push the 201i server into place against the backplane until you are ready to observe the startup cycle.

  • Page 110: Installing The Ntrh3502 Scsi Cable For Succession 1000

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Succession 1000 Introduction Before you can connect a CD-ROM or tape drive to the 201i server, you must install the NTRH3502 SCSI cable. The NTRH3502 SCSI cable has a low profile right-angle connector that allows the cable to be connected to the 201i server faceplate when the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion cover is installed.

  • Page 111: To Install The Ntrh3502 Cable

    November 2006 Note: Alternate connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide. If you want to use a connection scenario that is not described in this guide, ensure that you use appropriate cabling for each device. Before you begin 1.

  • Page 112

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Note: After you remove the bracket, refasten the screws in their original locations inside the cabinet. 2 Refasten the inner SCSI bracket screws in their original locations inside the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion. You will use one of the screws later to fasten the NTRH3502 SCSI cable drain wire.

  • Page 113

    November 2006 5 Replace the inside front cover plate. For instructions, see “To replace the inside front cover plate” on page 114. ATTENTION 6 Replace the front bezel. For instructions, see “To replace the front bezel” on page 116. What’s next? Continue with “Connecting cables to the Succession 1000 system”...

  • Page 114: To Replace The Inside Front Cover Plate

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Replacing the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion cover Introduction This section describes how to replace the front bezel and inside front cover plate on the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion. To replace the inside front cover plate The following diagram provides an overview of how to install the inside front cover plate:...

  • Page 115

    November 2006 1 Insert the bottom tabs of the front cover plate inside the bottom rail. 2 Align the screw holes on the front cover plate over the screw heads on the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion. 3 Slide the front cover plate downward to the right, ensuring that the side tabs slide behind the side rail.

  • Page 116: To Replace The Front Bezel

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system To replace the front bezel WARNING Risk of eye injury Nortel recommends that you operate the Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion with their front bezels installed. When the blue LEDs inside these units are lit, they are very bright.

  • Page 117: To Connect The Cables

    November 2006 Connecting cables to the Succession 1000 system Introduction The following items are connected to the back of the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion: multi I/O cable (NTRH0912) This cable establishes the connection to the modem, ELAN, and CLAN. Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion power cord with two ferrites You must connect the multi I/O cable first before connecting the power...

  • Page 118

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system c. Secure the connection by tightening the retaining screw and Velcro fastening strap of the conductor. The following diagram shows how to secure the multi I/O cable connection: 3 Attach the multi I/O cable drain wire to a screw on the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion.

  • Page 119

    November 2006 4 Connect the power cord to the Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion. Power cord Drain wire Note: Cabinet is not exactly as shown. What’s next? Prepare the modem, CD-ROM drive, and tape drive for connection to the 201i server.

  • Page 120

    Installing the 201i server in the Succession 1000 system Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 121: Preparing Peripheral Devices

    C h a p t e r 7 Preparing peripheral devices In this chapter Overview Setting the modem DIP switches Setting the CD-ROM drive SCSI ID and DIP switches Setting the tape drive SCSI ID Setting SCSI device termination 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 122: Overview

    Preparing peripheral devices Overview Introduction You can connect a modem and one or more SCSI devices to the 201i server. The modem is connected to the 201i server by the multi I/O cable. The SCSI devices are connected to the 201i server by the intermediate SCSI cable.

  • Page 123

    November 2006 tape drive (NTRH9038): Tandberg SLR5 tape drive Note: This is currently the only supported tape drive. DIP switches, SCSI ID, and SCSI device termination settings For correct operation with the 201i server, you must set the following: DIP switches on the modem and CD-ROM drive SCSI ID and device termination on the CD-ROM and tape drives 201i Server Hardware Installation Preparing peripheral devices...

  • Page 124: Setting The Modem Dip Switches

    Preparing peripheral devices Setting the modem DIP switches Introduction Set the modem DIP switches to their default settings. This section describes how to set the modem DIP switches if they have been changed from the default settings. To set the modem DIP switches Ensure that the DIP switches are set as described in the following table.

  • Page 125

    November 2006 Default switch setting 201i Server Hardware Installation Function Command mode local echo suppression OFF: Displays keyboard commands ON: Suppresses echo Auto answer suppression OFF: Modem answers on first ring, or higher if specified in NVRAM ON: Disables auto answer Carrier Detect (CD) override OFF: Modem sends CD signal when it connects with another modem;...

  • Page 126: Setting The Cd-rom Drive Scsi Id And Dip Switches

    Preparing peripheral devices Setting the CD-ROM drive SCSI ID and DIP switches Introduction This section describes how to set the CD-ROM drive SCSI ID and DIP switches. ATTENTION Note: The CD-ROM drive discussed in this section is the external SCSI CD-ROM drive (NTRH9105).

  • Page 127

    November 2006 To set the CD-ROM drive DIP switches Set the CD-ROM drive DIP switches as described in the following table: DIP switch What’s next? If you are also installing a tape drive, set the tape drive SCSI ID (see page 128);...

  • Page 128: Setting The Tape Drive Scsi Id

    Preparing peripheral devices Setting the tape drive SCSI ID Introduction This section describes how to set the tape drive SCSI ID. ATTENTION Note: The tape drive discussed in this section is the Tandberg SLR5 tape drive (NTRH9038). This is currently the only supported tape drive. To set the tape drive SCSI ID The SCSI ID setting is located on the back of the tape drive.

  • Page 129

    November 2006 To change the SCSI ID, use the blade of a screwdriver to press either the plus (+) or minus (–) button on the SCSI ID switch. Set the SCSI ID to 5. Note: The appearance and size of the tape drive is subject to change. This diagram is an example of the key components on the tape drive's connection panel.

  • Page 130: Setting Scsi Device Termination

    Preparing peripheral devices Setting SCSI device termination Introduction If you want to connect SCSI devices in a daisy chain, the last device in the daisy chain must be terminated. This section describes how to terminate the SCSI devices. ATTENTION Supported daisy chain connection scenarios The first device in a SCSI device daisy chain can be either the tape drive or the CD-ROM drive.

  • Page 131

    November 2006 Meridian 1 For more information about the cabling requirements, see “Installing the SCSI cables for Meridian 1” on page 65. SCSI device cabling for Meridian 1 To Meridian 1 NTRH1410 201i Server Hardware Installation Optional NTRH9038 Tape drive SCSI device cable NTRH3502 NTRH9105...

  • Page 132

    Preparing peripheral devices Option 11C, Option 11C Mini For more information about the cabling requirements, see one of the following: “Installing the intermediate SCSI cable for Option 11C” on page 78 “Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Option 11C Mini” on page 86 SCSI device cabling for Option 11C or Option 11C Mini To Option 11C or Option 11C Mini...

  • Page 133

    November 2006 Succession 1000 For more information about the cabling requirements, see “Installing the NTRH3502 SCSI cable for Succession 1000” on page 110. SCSI device cabling for Succession 1000 To Succession 1000 Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion CD-ROM drive SCSI cable NTRH3502 To set device termination Terminate the SCSI devices as described in the following table:...

  • Page 134

    Preparing peripheral devices IF you are connecting a tape drive only both a CD-ROM drive and a tape drive (the tape drive is the last device) What’s next? Complete the 201i server installation in the switch. See Chapter 8, “Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server.” THEN do nothing.

  • Page 135: Connecting Peripheral Devices To The 201i Server

    C h a p t e r 8 Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server In this chapter Overview Installing the MPCs Installing the monitor, keyboard, and mouse Connecting the CD-ROM and tape drives Connecting the 201i server to the switch, ELAN, and CLAN Connecting the modem Completing the installation 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 136: Overview

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Overview Introduction This section describes installing the 201i server in the switch, connecting peripheral devices, and starting the 201i server. Connecting the 201i server to the network The switch, ELAN, CLAN, and modem connections are established by using the 201i server multi I/O cable.

  • Page 137

    November 2006 Monitor, keyboard, and mouse Connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse to the 201i server faceplate so that you can: observe the 201i server startup process. run the Configuration Wizard. perform initial administration after installation. The 201i server is not intended to operate with permanent monitor, keyboard, and mouse connections.

  • Page 138

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server 201i server faceplate and peripheral device connectors The following diagram identifies the peripheral device connectors and slots on the 201i server faceplate: Mouse connector Keyboard connector Monitor connector MPC slots 4 and 5 MPC slots 2 and 3 SCSI connector Standard 1.07...

  • Page 139

    November 2006 Starting the 201i server When you lock the 201i into position against the switch backplane, the server starts automatically. You can observe the startup process on both the monitor and the 201i server faceplate. ATTENTION Before you begin Before you connect the peripheral devices, ensure that you have completed the following tasks: 1.

  • Page 140: To Install The Mpcs

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Installing the MPCs Introduction Two MPCs are preinstalled at the factory. This section describes how to install additional cards, if required. Correct card insertion The MPC-8 card is keyed so that it fits only one way into the slot on the 201i server faceplate.

  • Page 141

    November 2006 facing to the right if the 201i server is inserted into the 201i shelf (see the following diagram) 3 Insert the card into the slot, and gently push it until it is firmly in place and the ejector button pops back out. Note: Populate MPC slots in numerical order as listed on the 201i server faceplate.

  • Page 142: Hardware Requirement

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Installing the monitor, keyboard, and mouse Introduction You must connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse to the 201i server so that you can: observe the 201i server startup process. run the Configuration Wizard. perform initial administration after installation.

  • Page 143: To Connect The Monitor, Keyboard, And Mouse

    November 2006 PS/2 extension cable The following diagram shows the PS/2 extension cable connected between the 201i server and the USB mouse with USB-to-PS/2 converter. 201i server faceplate PS/2 extension cable (A0855616) USB-to-PS/2 converter To connect the monitor, keyboard, and mouse 1 Connect the monitor to the 201i server faceplate using a DB-15 cable.

  • Page 144: Connecting The Cd-rom And Tape Drives

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Connecting the CD-ROM and tape drives Introduction You can connect the CD-ROM, tape drive, or both to the intermediate SCSI cable that you installed earlier. Before you begin Before you can connect the CD-ROM or tape drive, ensure that you have completed the following tasks: 1.

  • Page 145: To Connect The Cd-rom And Tape Drives To The 201i Server (meridian 1)

    November 2006 Selecting the procedure for your switch IF you are working with a large Meridian 1 switch (such as Option 51) Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 To connect the CD-ROM and tape drives to the 201i server (Meridian 1) Note: If you are connecting the SCSI devices to the Option 11C, go to page 147.

  • Page 146

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server IF the first device is the THEN tape drive 3 Connect the low-profile right-angle SCSI cable connector to the SCSI connector on the 201i server faceplate. 4 Connect an additional device in a daisy chain, if required, using either the SCSI cable supplied with the device or an NTRH3502 cable.

  • Page 147: To Connect The Cd-rom And Tape Drives To The 201i Server (option 11c)

    November 2006 that is not described in this guide, ensure that you use appropriate cabling for each SCSI device. 5 Connect the power cord for each device. 6 Power up the devices. 7 Continue with “What’s next?” on page 152. To connect the CD-ROM and tape drives to the 201i server (Option 11C) 1 Connect the first SCSI device.

  • Page 148

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server The following diagram shows cable connections, where the CD-ROM drive is the first device: 201i cabling Option 11C 201i NTRH30AA NTRH1407 Bracket assembly Note: Alternate SCSI device connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide. If you want to use a connection scenario that is not described in this guide, ensure that you use appropriate cabling for each SCSI device.

  • Page 149: To Connect The Cd-rom And Tape Drives To The 201i Server (option 11c Mini)

    November 2006 To connect the CD-ROM and tape drives to the 201i server (Option 11C Mini) 1 Connect the first SCSI device. 2 Follow instructions below. IF the first device is the CD-ROM drive tape drive 3 Connect the low-profile right-angle SCSI cable connector to the SCSI connector on the 201i server faceplate 4 Connect an additional device in a daisy chain, if required, using either the SCSI cable supplied with the device or an NTRH3502 cable.

  • Page 150

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server 201i cabling Option 11C Mini 201i NTRH30AA CD-ROM drive SCSI cable NTRH3502 Note: Alternate SCSI device connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide. If you want to use a connection scenario that is not described in this guide, ensure that you use appropriate cabling for each SCSI device.

  • Page 151: To Connect The Cd-rom And Tape Drives To The 201i Server (succession 1000)

    November 2006 To connect the CD-ROM and tape drives to the 201i server (Succession 1000) 1 Connect the first SCSI device. 2 Follow instructions below: IF the first device is the CD-ROM drive tape drive 3 Connect an additional device in a daisy chain if required, using either the SCSI cable supplied with the device or an NTRH3502 cable.

  • Page 152

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server The following diagram shows cable connections, where the CD-ROM drive is the first device: 201i cabling Succession 1000 Media Gateway or Media Gateway Expansion 201i NTRH30AA CD-ROM drive SCSI cable NTRH3502 Note: Alternate SCSI device connection scenarios are supported, but are not depicted in this guide.

  • Page 153: To Establish The Switch And Network Connections

    November 2006 Connecting the 201i server to the switch, ELAN, and CLAN Introduction The CLAN and ELAN connections are established by using the 201i server multi I/O cable. ATTENTION To establish the switch and network connections 1 Do one of the following: IF you are installing the 201i server in a large Meridian 1...

  • Page 154

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server IF you are installing the 201i server in a Option 11C Mini or Succession 1000 Note: Ensure that the cable is securely fastened. 2 If you have not already done so, connect the amphenol connector drain wire as follows: Option 11C or Meridian 1 to the nearest backplane grounding bolt on the switch...

  • Page 155

    November 2006 Option 11C Mini or Succession 1000 to a screw on the back of the cabinet Drain wire 3 Connect the connector on the multi I/O cable that is labeled as ELAN to the switch network hub. 4 If CLAN is required, connect the connector on the multi I/O cable that is labeled as CLAN to the CLAN 10- or 100Base-T-compliant network hub What’s next? Continue with “Connecting the modem”...

  • Page 156: To Connect The Modem

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Connecting the modem Introduction You must connect the modem to the 201i server if: you want to administer the 201i server from a remote location. you need assistance from Nortel technical support. Required equipment To install the modem, you need the following items: analog external modem that includes RJ-11 analog phone cord...

  • Page 157

    November 2006 2 Attach the serial cable as follows: a. Connect the 25-pin male end of the serial cable to the modem. b. Attach the 0.25-inch nuts to the thumbscrews on the 9-pin female connector on the serial cable. c. Connect the 9-pin female connector to the RS-232 COM1 connector on the multi I/O cable and tighten the nuts.

  • Page 158

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server 6 Power on the modem. Note: Ensure that the modem is receiving power by checking that at least one LED on its front panel is lit. 7 Place the modem in an area where it cannot be accidentally damaged or where people cannot trip over attached cords.

  • Page 159: To Complete The Installation And Start The 201i Server

    November 2006 Completing the installation Introduction To complete the installation of the 201i server, lock the 201i into position. The server starts up automatically. ATTENTION To complete the installation and start the 201i server Note: Ensure that the switch in which the 201i is installed is powered on. 1 Ensure that all peripheral devices are powered up (including the 201i shelf).

  • Page 160

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Result: The operating system boot sequence begins, and communication with the switch occurs. The HEX display shows NT (for about 30 seconds), followed by OK. Note: The system reboots more than once. The HEX display repeats with each reboot.

  • Page 161

    November 2006 6 Ensure that the operating system logon window appears on the monitor. If the logon window does not appear, refer to the CallPilot <server model> Server Maintenance and Diagnostics guide for your server for troubleshooting instructions. What’s next? Proceed with the CallPilot <switch model>...

  • Page 162

    Connecting peripheral devices to the 201i server Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 163: A Rohs Part Conversion Table

    A p p e n d i x A RoHS part conversion table In this appendix RoHS part conversion table 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 164: Rohs Part Conversion Table

    RoHS part conversion table RoHS part conversion table This appendix provides a mapping of RoHS-compliant parts to the equivalent non-RoHS-compliant parts for the 201i server. Nortel is phasing in RoHS-compliant 201i servers in countries affected by the EUED (European Union Environmental Directives). Use this table during installation, to convert the non-RoHS part numbers used in this guide to their RoHS-compliant equivalent...

  • Page 165

    November 2006 RoHS part conversion table 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 166

    RoHS part conversion table Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 167

    November 2006 RoHS part conversion table 201i Server Hardware Installation...

  • Page 168

    RoHS part conversion table Standard 1.07 CallPilot...

  • Page 169: Index

    Index Numerics 201i server components, diagram damaged, what to do faceplate connections description diagram inspecting installation – checklist prerequisites installing large Meridian 1 systems Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 motherboard, description network setup Meridian 1 Succession 1000 peripheral device connectors, diagram primary components relative humidity reset button...

  • Page 170

    Index connectors CLAN ELAN RS-232 switch diagram installing large Meridian 1 system Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 cable, SCSI Meridian 1 connections, establishing installing NTRH1407, diagram Option 11C bracket assembly, installing connections, establishing installing Option 11C Mini – installing Succession 1000, installing cabling, SCSI devices...

  • Page 171

    November 2006 keyboard monitor mouse SCSI SCSI device switch, multi I/O cable copyright cover, removing small Meridian 1 systems – Succession 1000 covers, replacing Succession 1000 daisy chaining SCSI devices Meridian 1 Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 damaged server, what to do device termination, setting CD-ROM drive tape drive...

  • Page 172

    Index CD-ROM drive modem documentation, Succession 1000 drain wire, connecting Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 ejector buttons, MPCs ELAN requirements environmental specifications humidity temperatures Ethernet hub faceplate, 201i server connections description diagram peripheral device connectors fax modem connecting DIP switches, setting ground, single point hard drive LED...

  • Page 173

    November 2006 latches, lock LEDs CLAN ELAN hard drive – MPC status power status SCSI drive lock latches Media Gateway and Media Gateway Expansion See Succession 1000 Meridian 1 backplane (tip and ring) cable existing cables, removing NTRH3501, installing connection requirements I/O panel connections network setup SCSI cables, installing...

  • Page 174

    Index installation diagram installing NTRH1410 cable installation diagram installing NTRH3501 cable diagram installing NTRH3502 cable installation diagrams Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 installing Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 Option 11C Mini multi I/O cable, installing power cable installing SCSI cable Option 11C, installing intermediate SCSI cable part numbers...

  • Page 175

    November 2006 daisy chain scenarios Meridian 1 Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 installation, attention supported SCSI drive LED SCSI IDs, setting CD-ROM drive tape drive secondary backplane connector description diagram installing for Meridian 1 reason for moving required tools server, 201i components, diagram damaged, what to do...

  • Page 176

    Index connecting Meridian 1 Option 11C Option 11C Mini Succession 1000 description device termination, setting installation, attention setting SCSI ID temperatures, 201i server tip and ring cable establishing connections installing NTRH3501 removing removing from Meridian 1 trademarks warning, working with the switch Standard 1.07 backplane CallPilot...

  • Page 178

    The information in this document is proprietary to Nortel Networks. *Nortel Networks, the Nortel Networks logo, and the Globemark are trademarks of Nortel Networks. *Microsoft, MS, MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

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