HP 830 Installation Manual

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HP 830 24-Port PoE+ Unified Wired-WLAN
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Part number: 5998-3900
Document version: 6W100-20130318

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    HP 830 24-Port PoE+ Unified Wired-WLAN Switch Installation Guide Part number: 5998-3900 Document version: 6W100-20130318...

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    The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Setting terminal parameters ·································································································································· 21   Connecting the Ethernet cables ··························································································································· 24   Installing and removing an HP 830 uplink module) ··································································································· 25   Installing an HP 830 uplink module ···················································································································· 26   Removing an HP 830 uplink module ·················································································································· 27  ...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Chassis views ································································································································································· 39   Technical specifications ················································································································································· 40   Transceiver module specifications ································································································································ 40   Specifications for transceiver modules applicable to the HP 830 uplink module ··················································· 42   Appendix B LEDs ························································································································································ 44   Appendix C Slot arrangement ·································································································································· 46  ...

  • Page 5: Preparing For Installation

    Preparing for installation IMPORTANT: For regulatory identification purposes, the HP 830 24-Port PoE+ Unified Wired-WLAN Switch is assigned a regulatory model number (RMN) BJNGA-FA0001. This regulatory number should not be confused with the marketing name HP 830, or product code JG640A and JG646A.

  • Page 6: Electrical Safety

    Electrical safety Carefully examine your work area for possible hazards such as moist floors, ungrounded power • extension cables, or missing safety grounds. Locate the emergency power-off switch in the room before installation. Shut off the power • immediately if an accident occurs. Unplug all the external cables (including power cables) before moving the chassis.

  • Page 7: Cleanness

    Bluetooth APs) connected to the switch. For an HP 830 24-port PoE+ unified wired-WLAN switch, the maximum power that each Ethernet port supplies to the PDs is 30 W. For the HP 830 24-port PoE+ unified wired-WLAN switch, the maximum system power consumption is 370 W for AC power supply, and the maximum system power consumption is 720 W (30 W ×...

  • Page 8: Esd Prevention

    Figure 1 Airflow through the switch chassis ESD prevention To prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD), follow these guidelines: Ground the switch properly. For how to ground your switch, see "Grounding the switch." • Take dust-proof measures for the equipment room. For more information, see "Cleanness." •...

  • Page 9: Lightning Protection

    All electromagnetic interference (EMI) sources, from either outside or inside of the switch and application system, adversely affect the switch in a conduction pattern of capacitance coupling, inductance coupling, electromagnetic wave radiation, or common impedance (including grounding system) coupling. To prevent EMI, follow these guidelines: Use a socket with three pins and PE wire to prevent interference from the power grid.

  • Page 10: Installation Preparation Checklist

    Installation preparation checklist Table 4 Installation preparation checklist Item Requirements Result • There is a minimum clearance of 10 cm (3.9 in) around the inlet and exhaust vents for heat dissipation of the Ventilation switch chassis. • A ventilation system is available at the installation site. Temperature 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F) Relative humidity...

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    Item Requirements Result • Install the switch in an open rack if possible. If you install the switch in a closed cabinet, make sure that the cabinet is equipped with a good ventilation system. • The rack is sturdy enough to support the weight of the Rack-mounting switch and installation accessories.

  • Page 12: Installing The Switch

    Keep the tamper-proof seal on a mounting screw on the chassis cover intact. If you want to open the • chassis, contact HP Support for permission. Otherwise, HP will not be liable for any consequence caused thereby. To avoid injury, do not touch bare wires, terminals, or parts with high-voltage hazard signs.

  • Page 13: Installation Flow

    Installation flow Figure 3 Switch installation flow Start Install the switch Mount the switch to a Install the switch to a 19-in rack workbench Ground the switch Install a lightning protector for a port (optional) Connect the AC power supply to power strip (optional) Connect interface cables Install interface modules...

  • Page 14: Installing The Switch In A 19-inch Rack

    Figure 4 Mounting the switch on a workbench Installing the switch in a 19-inch rack The switch can be installed in a standard 19-inch rack. Installation falls into one of the following scenarios: • Installing the switch with front and rear mounting brackets. Installing the switch with front mounting brackets and a rack shelf.

  • Page 15: Slide Rails

    Figure 6 Rear mounting bracket (1) Screw holes for fixing the rear mounting bracket onto the rack (using M6 screws) (2) Heat dissipation holes Slide rails The slide rails are optional components that need to be separately ordered. Figure 7 Slide rail (1) Slot hole for fixing the slide rail onto the rear bracket of the rack.

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    Figure 8 Installing cage nuts Use the screws packed with the front mounting brackets to secure the front mounting brackets on both sides of the switch. See Figure Figure 9 Attaching the front mounting brackets to both sides of the switch Attach the weight-bearing screws packed with the rear mounting brackets on both sides of the switch.

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    Figure 11 Installing rear mounting brackets (1) Rear square-holed brackets (2) Rear mounting bracket Hold the bottom of the switch with one hand and the front part with the other hand, and gently push the switch into the rack. See Figure Figure 12 Installing the switch by using front and rear mounting brackets (1) Screw for fixing the front mounting bracket...

  • Page 18: Installing The Switch By Using Front Mounting Brackets And A Rack Shelf

    Figure 13 Installation complete (1) Rear mounting bracket (2) Weight-bearing screw (3) Rear square-holed bracket Attach the front mounting brackets to the front square-holed brackets of the rack with screws and cage nuts. Make sure the switch is secured to the rack through the front and rear mounting brackets. Figure Figure 14 Installation complete (1) Front square-holed bracket...

  • Page 19: Installing The Switch By Using Front Mounting Brackets And Slide Rails

    Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap, and verify that the rack is sturdy and properly grounded. Use the screws packed with the front mounting brackets to attach the front mounting brackets to both sides of the switch. See Figure Install the rack shelf on the rack. (See Figure 15.

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    Figure 17 Installing slide rails Hold the switch by both sides of it, and gently push it into the rack along the slide rails (see Figure 18). Verify that the bottom of the switch is in firm contact with the slide rails. Figure 18 Installing the switch by using front mounting brackets and slide rails (1) Front mounting bracket (2) Front square-holed bracket...

  • Page 21: Grounding The Switch

    Grounding the switch WARNING! Connecting the switch grounding cable correctly is crucial to lightning and EMI protection. • Connect the grounding cable to the grounding system in the equipment room. Do not connect it to a fire • main or lightning rod. The power input end of the switch has a noise filter, whose central ground is directly connected to the chassis to form the chassis ground (commonly known as PGND).

  • Page 22: Grounding The Switch With A Grounding Conductor Buried In The Earth

    Grounding the switch with a grounding conductor buried in the earth If the installation site has no grounding strips but earth ground is available, hammer a 0.5 m (1.64 ft) or longer angle iron or steel tube into the earth to serve as a grounding conductor. Weld the yellow-green grounding cable to the angel iron or steel tube, and treat the joint for corrosion protection.

  • Page 23: Installing A Lightning Protector For A Network Port (optional)

    Installing a lightning protector for a network port (optional) NOTE: HP recommends that you install a lightning protector for 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 copper Ethernet • ports. Before installing the lightning protector, read the instructions that come with the lightning protector.

  • Page 24: Precautions

    Use nylon ties to bundle the cables. Figure 22 Installing a lightning protector for a network port Precautions If the performance of the port lightning protector is adversely affected in the following situations, follow the recommended solution: • Problem 1—The port lightning protector is installed in reverse direction. Solution—Connect the Surge end to the outdoor network cable and the Protect end to the network port on the switch.

  • Page 25: Connecting The Interface Cables

    Connecting the interface cables Connecting the console cable Prepare a configuration terminal: The configuration terminal can be an ASCII terminal with an RS232 serial port or a PC. The description in this section assumes that you use a PC as the configuration terminal. Connect the console cable: Plug the DB-9 female connector of the console cable into the serial port of the PC.

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    Emulation—VT100 • To set terminal parameters, for example, on a Windows XP HyperTerminal: Select Start > All Programs > Accessories > Communications > HyperTerminal. The Connection Description dialog box appears. Enter the name of the new connection in the Name field, and click OK. Figure 24 Connection description Select the serial port to be used from the Connect using list, and click OK.

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    Figure 26 Setting the serial port parameters NOTE: To restore the default settings, click Restore Defaults. Select File > Properties in the HyperTerminal window. Figure 27 HyperTerminal window On the Settings tab, set the emulation to VT100, and click OK.

  • Page 28: Connecting The Ethernet Cables

    Make sure the TX and RX ports on a transceiver module are correctly connected. • • Keep the fiber end clean. The switch does not include a transceiver module. HP transceiver modules are recommended. For transceiver module specifications, see "Appendix A Chassis views and technical specifications."...

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    For more information about the SFP LEDs, see "Appendix B LEDs." Installing and removing an HP 830 uplink module) CAUTION: When you install or remove the module, follow these guidelines: Do not use excessive force in the operation, and do not touch the surface-mounted components directly •...

  • Page 30: Installing An Hp 830 Uplink Module

    The interface cards of the switch are not hot swappable. • Use the HP 830 unified wired-WLAN switch uplink module together with an XFP transceiver module. • The HP 830 unified wired-WLAN switch uplink module is used for copper-to-fiber and fiber-to-copper conversion in optical signal transmission.

  • Page 31: Removing An Hp 830 Uplink Module

    Removing an HP 830 uplink module Wear an ESD-preventive wrist strap, and make sure it makes good skin contact and is well grounded. Use a Phillips screwdriver to completely loosen the captive screws at both sides of the module. Pull the module outward until it is completely out of the switch chassis.

  • Page 32: Verifying The Installation

    Connect the other end of the RPS power cord to an output interface of the RPS. Figure 34 Connecting the switch to an RPS (1) RPS power cord plug for the DC power receptacle (2) DC power receptacle (3) AC power input interfaces of the RPS unit (4) DC output interfaces of the RPS unit (5) RPS power cord (6) RPS power cord plug for the RPS output...

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    User interface con0 is available. Press ENTER to get started. Press Enter at the prompt, and you can configure the switch when the prompt <HP> appears. During the startup process, the CPLD is automatically upgraded to the latest version, if any.

  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    The AC power cord is securely connected to the switch. • The power cord is in good condition. • NOTE: • If the problem persists, contact HP Support. For more information about RPS and PWR LEDs, see "Appendix B LEDs." • Configuration terminal problems If the configuration environment setup is correct, the configuration terminal displays booting information when the switch is powered on.

  • Page 35: Software Loading Failure

    If the simple keyword is specified, the password is stored in plain text. You can use the display current-configuration command to view the password in the current configuration. Save the new configuration by using the save command. HP recommends that you save the configuration to the default configuration file. <HP> save Software loading failure If software loading fails, the system runs the previous software version.

  • Page 36: Hardware Management And Maintenance

    HP Comware Platform Software Comware Software, Version 5.20, Beta 3308P16 Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. HP 830 24P uptime is 0 week, 0 day, 0 hour, 55 minutes HP 830 24P with 1 RMI XLS 208 750MHz Processor 512M bytes DDR2 1024M bytes Flash Memory Hardware Version is Ver.A...

  • Page 37: Displaying Operational Statistics For The Switch

    <HP>display version HP Comware Platform Software Comware Software, Version 5.20, Release 3308P16 Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. HP 830 24P LSW uptime is 0 week, 0 day, 0 hour, 56 minutes HP 830 24P LSW 128M bytes DRAM...

  • Page 38: Displaying Detailed Information About The Switch

    Use the display device verbose command to display detailed information about the switch. On the controller engine: • <HP>display device verbose Slot No Board Type Status Max Ports 830 24P LSW Normal 830 24P Normal Table 5 Command output (on the controller engine) Field Description Slot No.

  • Page 39: Displaying The Electronic Label Data For The Switch

    : 000f-e212-6103 : 2013-03-01 MANUFACTURING_DATE VENDOR_NAME : HP On the switching engine: • <HP>display device manuinfo Slot 1: DEVICE_NAME : 830 24P LSW DEVICE_SERIAL_NUMBER : CN11G5P114 MAC_ADDRESS : 00E0-FC00-3620 : 2013-03-01 MANUFACTURING_DATE VENDOR_NAME : HP Table 7 Command output Field...

  • Page 40: Displaying The Cpu Usage Of The Switch

    VENDOR_NAME Vendor name. Displaying the CPU usage of the switch Use the display cpu-usage command to display the CPU usage statistics for the switch. <HP>display cpu-usage Unit CPU usage: 1% in last 5 seconds 1% in last 1 minute 1% in last 5 minutes...

  • Page 41: Displaying The Operating State Of A Power Supply

    Absent—The fan is not in position. • Fault—The fan has failed. Displaying the operating state of a power supply Use the display power command to display the operating state of a power supply. <HP>display power Power 1 State: Normal Table 11 Command output Field...

  • Page 42: Displaying The Exception Handling Method

    Schedule a reboot at the CLI to occur at a specific time and date or after a delay. • • Power off and then power on the switch again. Because this method can cause data loss. HP recommends using one of the CLI methods. To reboot the switch immediately:...

  • Page 43: Appendix A Chassis Views And Technical Specifications

    Appendix A Chassis views and technical specifications IMPORTANT: The figures in this document are for illustration only. Chassis views Figure 35 Front view (1) 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet port LEDs (2) 1000Base-X SFP port LEDs (3) Status LED (PWR) (4) RPS LED (RPS) (5) Expansion slot LED (MOD1) (6) Expansion slot LED (MOD2) (7) PoE/PoE+ LED (Mode)

  • Page 44: Technical Specifications

    Technical specifications Table 12 Technical specifications Item Specification Console port One, 9600 bps (default) to 115200 bps Ethernet port 24 10/100/1000 Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports SFP port Two 1000Base-X SFP ports Uplink module slot • Controller engine—512 MB DDR2 Memory •...

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    Table 14 SFP-GE-LX-SM1310-A specifications Item Specification Central wavelength 1310 nm Transmission distance 10 km (6.21 miles) Transmission rate 1250 Mbps Connector type Duplex LC Fiber mode Transmit power –9.5 to +3 dBm Receive sensitivity ≤ –20 dBm Saturation ≤ –3 dBm Table 15 SFP-GE-LH40-SM1310 specifications Item Specification...

  • Page 46: Specifications For Transceiver Modules Applicable To The Hp 830 Uplink Module

    Transmit power –4 to +5 dBm Receive sensitivity ≤ –22 dBm Saturation ≤ –3 dBm Specifications for transceiver modules applicable to the HP 830 uplink module Table 18 XFP-SX-MM850 specifications Item Specification Central wavelength 1310 nm Transmission distance 300 m (984.25 ft) Transmission rate 10.31 Gbps...

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    Table 20 XFP-LH40-SM1550-F1 specifications Item Specification Central wavelength 1550 nm Transmission distance 40 km (24.86 miles) Transmission rate 10 Gbps Connector type Duplex LC Fiber mode Transmit power –1 to +2 dBm Receive sensitivity ≤ –14 dBm Saturation ≤ –1 dBm...

  • Page 48: Appendix B Leds

    Appendix B LEDs Figure 37 LEDs (1) 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet port status LEDs (2) 1000Base-X SFP port status LEDs (3) System status LED (PWR) (4) RPS LED (RPS) (5) Expansion slot LED (MOD1) (6) Expansion slot LED (MOD2) (7) PoE/PoE+ LED (Mode) Table 21 LED description Mark Status...

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    Mark Status Description Steady green Both AC and DC inputs are normal. RPS status The AC input is abnormal or no AC input is Steady yellow present, while the DC input is normal. No DC input is present. Steady green A 1000 Mbps link is present on the port.

  • Page 50: Appendix C Slot Arrangement

    Appendix C Slot arrangement The HP 830 24-port PoE+ unified wired-WLAN switch provides slots for uplink modules. On the switch, all fixed ports are located in slot 0. Figure 38 Slot arrangement for the switch The switch provides 30 fixed ports numbered GigabitEthernet 1/0/1 through GigabitEthernet 1/0/30, among which: •...

  • Page 51: Support And Other Resources

    Related information Documents To find related documents, browse to the Manuals page of the HP Business Support Center website: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals For related documentation, navigate to the Networking section, and select a networking category. •...

  • Page 52: Conventions

    Conventions This section describes the conventions used in this documentation set. Command conventions Convention Description Boldface Bold text represents commands and keywords that you enter literally as shown. Italic Italic text represents arguments that you replace with actual values. Square brackets enclose syntax choices (keywords or arguments) that are optional. Braces enclose a set of required syntax choices separated by vertical bars, from which { x | y | ...

  • Page 53

    Network topology icons Represents a generic network device, such as a router, switch, or firewall. Represents a routing-capable device, such as a router or Layer 3 switch. Represents a generic switch, such as a Layer 2 or Layer 3 switch, or a router that supports Layer 2 forwarding and other Layer 2 features.

  • Page 54: Index

    31 chassis dust (installation site), 5 cooling and ventilation, 5 electricity HP 830 uplink transceiver module specifications, AC power cord connection, 28 AC power supply connection to power strip, 21 technical specifications, 41 electrical cooling requirements, 5 transceiver module specifications, 41 electromagnetic interference.

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    5 ESD prevention, 6 controller engine version information, 33 HP 830 uplink module, 26, 27 HP 830 uplink module installation, 26, 27 installation verification, 29 HP 830 uplink module removal, 26, 28 lightning protection, 7 lightning protector for network port, 20...

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    33 port memory usage display, 37 copper Ethernet port connection, 25 module fiber Ethernet port connection, 25 HP 830 uplink module installation, 26, 27 power HP 830 uplink module removal, 26, 28 cooling requirements, 5 mounting requirements, 5...

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    18 installation site humidity, 4 grounding the switch with grounding strip, 18 installation site temperature, 4, 6 installing HP 830 uplink module, 26, 27 laser safety recommendations, 4 installing lightning protector for network port, 20 lightning protection, 7...

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    18 engine), 36 grounding with strip, 18 switch electronic label data display (on switching HP 830 uplink module installation, 26, 27 engine), 36 HP 830 uplink module removal, 26, 28 switch information display (on controller engine),...

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