Accessibility features for the IBM y-series of and 4002-Y4B . . 24 Ethernet switches . . xxi Installing and replacing a fan tray on the 4002-Y2A, Accessibility features . . xxi Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C. . 24 Keyboard navigation .
Configuration notes . 41 AC power supply specifications . 54 Command syntax . . 41 Viewing the results of the cable analysis . . 41 Chapter 6. Troubleshooting ..57 Digital optical monitoring . 42 Diagnosing switch indicators .
Installing a power supply unit . . 23 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B rear panel . Installing a fan tray on the 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y2A, Y4A, and Y2C and Y4C rear panels 4002-Y4B . . 24 Two-port 10 Gbps XFP module .
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. 11 Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C model switches . . 50 System status LEDs . . 11 Power supply and fan tray labels for 4002-Y2A Power status LEDs . . 12 ,Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices . . 50 Switch status for two installed power supply Cable length summary .
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Table 1. Comparable IBM and Brocade products. (continued) IBM model (HVEC/XCC product machine model in Brocade product Brocade product name type parentheses) Brief product description name part number Ethernet 4003 7U modular Ethernet switch BigIron RX-8 BI-RX-8-AC Switch with 8 interface slots...
Table 1. Comparable IBM and Brocade products. (continued) IBM model (HVEC/XCC product machine model in Brocade product Brocade product name type parentheses) Brief product description name part number Ethernet 4002 G4A, (4002AG4) 1.5U Ethernet switch with FastIron GS FGS648P Switch...
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Note: Not all y-series models are available in all markets. The IBM y-series of Ethernet switches includes the following models: v The 4002-Y2A has twenty-four 10/100/1000 MbE RJ45 ports. The front panel has one module slot for an optional 4-port 10/100/1000 MbE SFP module that operates as combination (Combo) ports or a 4-port 10 GbE SFP+ module.
Combo ports, see “Combination ports” on page 4. For more information about control features in general, see “Control features” on page Mgmt Reset Diag Console Figure 1. 4002-Y2A and Y2C front panel Reset Diag Consol Mgmt Figure 2. 4002-Y4A and Y4C front panel Slot 3 Figure 3.
Figure 6. 4002-Y2A, Y4A, and Y2C and Y4C rear panels CAUTION: For the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices, be sure that the airflow direction of the power supply unit matches that of the installed resilient quad-fan tray. The power supplies and fan trays for the Y2A and Y4A models are labeled with an arrow with an “E”, power supplies and fan trays for the Y2C and Y4C models...
Slot designations: Table 3 lists the slot designations for y-series models. Table 3. Stack unit slots for y-series devices Device Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3 4002-Y2A and Twenty-four 10/100/1000 (Optional) Ports on the 4-port 4002-Y2C MbE RJ45 ports. Also the 10 GbE SFP+ module...
Optional four-port 100/1000 Mbps SFP and 10 Gbps SFP+ modules The 4002-Y2A Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices include a slot on the front panel for a four-port 100/1000 Mbps SFP module, or a four-port 10 Gbps SFP+ module. The 100/1000 Mbps SFP module operates at 100 Mbps full duplex and 1000 Mbps full duplex, and the 10 Gbps SFP+ module operates at 10 Gbps full duplex.
Figure 8. Four-port 1 Gbps SFP module Table 6. Four-port 1 Gbps SFP module status LEDs Condition Status Link or Act LED On or flashing Green The SFP port has established a valid 100/1000 Mbps link. (Link or Activity) Flashing indicates the port is transmitting and receiving user packets.
Support for cables up to 3 meters in length v Requires latch-style receptacle or SFF-8470 plug Note: 4002-Y2A and 4002-Y4A devices can inter-operate in a stack with the 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B devices by installing and configuring the optional 10 GbE modules on each device.
Slot 3 Figure 11. System status LEDs System status LEDs Table 9. System status LEDs Condition Status Green Power supply is operating normally. Amber Power supply fault. (Power Supply Power off or failure. Status) Diag Flashing Green System self-diagnostic test in progress. Green System self-diagnostic test successfully completed.
Port, system, and power status LEDs for the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C The 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C switches include a display panel for key system and port indicators that simplifies installation and network troubleshooting. The LEDs, which are located on the front panel for easy viewing, are shown below and described in the following tables.
Reset Diag Consol Mgmt Figure 13. Port status LEDs RJ45 port status LEDs SFP or SFP+ port status LEDs Table 12. Port status LEDs Condition Status Ethernet On/Flashing The port has established a valid link at 10/100/1000 (1~24/48) Link Green Mbps.
Table 13. System status LEDs (continued) Condition Status Diag Flashing Green System self-diagnostic test in progress. Green System self-diagnostic test successfully completed. (Diagnostic) Amber System self-diagnostic test has detected a fault. (Blower, thermal or any interface fault.) Out-of-band On/Flashing The port has established a valid link at 10/100/1000 Management Green Mbps.
Y4C devices use a 210W PSU. The 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B devices use a 620W PSU. Note: The 4002-Y2A and 4002-Y4A power supplies have an arrow with an "E" to indicate airflow from port side to non-port side (front to back). The 4002-Y2C and 4002-Y4C power supplies have an arrow with an "I"...
AC power receptacle Power supply unit operation When only one PSU is installed, both “AC OK” and “DC OK” LEDs on the installed PSU must be green for the y-series device to function normally. When two PSUs are installed, both “AC OK” and “DC OK” LEDs for one of the installed PSUs must be green for the y-series device to function normally.
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4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B” on page 26 v “Installing an optional module on the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C” on page 27 Install the device on a desktop or in an equipment rack. “Installing the device” on page 17 Once the device is physically installed, plug the device “Powering on the system”...
v Allow at least 7.6 cm (3 in.) of space at the front and back of the device for the twisted-pair, fiber-optic, and power cabling. v Be accessible for installing, cabling, and maintaining the devices. v Allow the status LEDs to be clearly visible. v Allow for twisted-pair cable to be always routed away from power lines, fluorescent lighting fixtures and other sources of electrical interference, such as radios and transmitters.
2. Attach the mounting brackets to the sides of the device as illustrated in Figure 19 and Figure 20. Note: 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C device brackets are mounted using three screws, as shown in Figure 20. Figure 19. Attaching the brackets for 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B Figure 20.
3. Attach the device in the rack as illustrated in Figure 21. Figure 21. Installing the device in a rack 4. If installing only a single switch, proceed to “Powering on the system” on page 5. If installing multiple switches, mount them in the rack, one below the other, in any order.
Note: 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices must have a 4-port 10 Gbps SFP+ module (optional) installed to operate in a stack. You can form a stack containing up to 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C units. The first two ports on the 4-port 10 GbE SFP+ module are pre-configured to support stacking.
Powering on the system After you have completed the physical installation, you can power on the system. 1. Remove the power cable from the shipping package. 2. Attach the AC power cable to the AC connector on the rear panel. 3.
The power supplies are hot-swappable and can be replaced while the device is powered on. Attention: For the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices, be sure that the airflow direction of the power supply unit matches that of the installed fan tray. The power supplies and fan trays are clearly labeled with an arrow with an “E”...
Installing and replacing a fan tray on the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C Attention: For the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices, be sure that the airflow direction of the power supply unit matches that of the installed fan tray. The power supplies and fan trays are clearly labeled with an arrow with an “E”...
Figure 28. Installing a fan tray on the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C The fan tray is hot-swappable and can be replaced while the device is powered on. If the device remains operational during fan tray replacement the procedure must be completed within 30 seconds.
Installing an optional module on the 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B Figure 29. Installing an optional module The 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B switches support an optional two-port 10 Gbps Ethernet XFP module. This module is hot-swappable / hot-installable, however a reload command is required to recognize the new ports. It is recommended that the device be powered off prior to installing this module.
Figure 30 shows how to install an optional SFP or SFP+ module. Figure 30. Installing an optional module on the 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C Attention: The optional SFP and SFP+ modules are not hot-swappable. Be sure to power-down your device before you install or replace a module.
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FCX648SHPOE Switch# configure terminal FCX624 Router(config)# 3. Enter the following command to set the super user password: FCX648SHPOE Switch(config)# enable super-user-password <text> Note: You must set the super user password before you can set other types of passwords. 4. Enter the following commands to set the port configuration and read-only passwords: FCX648SHPOE Switch(config)# enable port-config-password <text>...
By default, the CLI displays network masks in classical IP address format (example: 255.255.255.0). You can change the display to the prefix format. See the FastIron Configuration Guide. Devices running Layer 2 software Use the following procedure to configure an IP Address on a device running Layer 2 software.
Syntax: enable [<password>] Syntax: configure terminal Syntax: [no] ip address <ip-addr> <ip-mask> [secondary] Syntax: [no] ip address <ip-addr>/<mask-bits> [secondary] Use the secondary parameter if you have already configured an IP address within the same subnet on the interface. Configuring IP parameters for devices running Layer 3 software This section describes how to configure IP parameters for devices running Layer 3 software.
Assigning an IP address to a loopback interface: Loopback interfaces are always up, regardless of the states of physical interfaces. They can add stability to the network because they are not subject to route flap problems that can occur due to unstable links between a Layer 3 Switch and other devices.
Syntax: no ip address <ip-addr> | * Connecting network devices y-series devices support connections to other vendors' routers, switches, and hubs, as well other IBM devices. Connectors For port pinouts, refer to “Pinouts and signaling” on page 52. Cable specifications Refer to “Cable specifications”...
10/100BASE-TX Straight-through Cable White/Orange Stripe Orange White/Green Stripe End A End B Blue White/Blue Stripe Green White/Brown Stripe Brown Figure 32. Straight-through cable Connecting to workstations, servers, or routers Straight-through UTP cabling is required for direct UTP attachment to workstations, servers, or routers using network interface cards (NICs). Fiber cabling is required for direct attachment to Gigabit NICs or switches and routers through fiber ports.
Figure 33. Installing a transceiver in 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B devices Figure 34. Installing a transceiver in 4002-Y2A, Y4A, Y2C, and Y4C devices Cabling a fiber optic transceiver Use the following steps to cable a fiber optic transceiver. 1. Remove the protective covering from the fiber-optic port connectors and store the covering for future use.
To clean the fiber cable connectors, it is recommended that you use a fiber optic reel-type cleaner. You can purchase this type of cleaner from the following Web site: http://www.fisfiber.com/Home_Page.asp When not using an SFP connector, make sure to keep the protective covering in place.
Table 20. Network connection-related LED states. (continued) Desired Abnormal State Meaning State Meaning or Action HPOE On Green The port is providing A link is not established with the HPOE device. You HPOE power. can do the following: (1-24/48) v Verify that the connection to the other network device has been properly made.
Meaning or Action column for the Link LED. If a problem persists after taking these actions, contact IBM customer support. Tracing a route To determine the path through which a y-series device can reach another device, enter a command similar to the following at any level of the CLI on the device.
v Verify that the device and the connected device are both powered on and operating correctly. v Verify that you have used the correct cable type for the connection: – For twisted-pair connections to an end node, use straight-through cabling. –...
Table 21. Cable statistics (continued) This Line... Displays... Local pair The local link name. Pair Length The cable length when terminated, or the distance to the point of fault when the line is not up. Remote pair The remote link name. Pair status The status of the link.
Displaying Syslog messages for temperature The software sends a Syslog message and an SNMP trap if the temperature crosses the warning or shutdown thresholds. The following methods describe how to view the system log on the device. If you have configured the device to use a Syslog server or SNMP trap receiver, see the documentation for the server or receiver.
2 -> 3 @ 67 deg-C 2 <- 3 @ 62 deg-C MAC 1 Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 51.5 deg-C Warning level..: 87.0 deg-C Shutdown level..: 90.0 deg-C CPU Temperature Readings: Current temperature : 51.0 deg-C Boot Prom MAC : 0012.f2d4.69c0 Management MAC: 0012.f2d4.69c0 Changing the shutdown temperature You can change the shutdown temperature using the fan-threshold command as...
Enter a command to the following to change the temperature shutdown level from 80° C to 90° C. FCX648SHPOE Switch#stack unit 1 FCX648SHPOE Switch(config-unit-1)#fan-threshold mp speed-3 50 90 Syntax: fan-threshold speed-3 mp <lowest value> <highest value> The values can be 0 - 125. Enter the show chassis command to confirm the change: FCX648SHPOE Switch# show chassis The stack unit 1 chassis info:...
FCX648SHPOE Switch# clear mac-address 000d.cb80.00d0 Syntax: clear mac-address <mac-address> | ethernet <port-num> | vlan <number> If you enter the clear mac-address command without any parameters, the software removes all MAC entries. Use the <mac-address> parameter to remove a specified MAC address from all VLANs.
CAUTION: For safety reasons, the ESD wrist strap should contain a series 1 meg ohm resistor. To remove a copper or fiber optic module from an SFP slot, do the following. 1. Put on the ESD wrist strap and ground yourself by attaching the clip end to a metal surface (such as an equipment rack).
Operating noise ideal 51 dB-A For the 4002-Y2A and 4002-Y4A models, the air flows from the front to the back of the device. For the 4002-Y2C and 4002-Y4C models, the air flows from the back to the front of the device.
Figure 37. 4002-Y2B and 4002-Y4B device airflow Air inflow Air outlet Mg mt Res et Con sole Dia g Figure 38. 4002-Y2A and 4002-Y4A device airflow Air inflow Air outlet Chapter 5. Hardware specifications...
Mg mt Res et Con sole Dia g Figure 39. 4002-Y2C and 4002-Y4C device airflow Air inflow Air outlet Pinouts and signaling This section describes the pinout diagrams for the DB-9 connector and RJ45 port jacks. Serial (Console) port pinouts The Console port is a standard male DB-9 connector, as shown in Figure 40.
36. Note: Cable installation and network configuration will affect overall transmission capability. The numbers provided below represent the accepted recommendations of the various standards. For network-specific recommendations, contact your IBM representative. Table 28. Cable length summary Modal Bandwidth...
3.3 - 7.8 Amps < 75 Amps peak 140.94 W 620 W maximum 542.94 W with HPOE 542.94 W with HPOE+ 4002-Y2A , 100 - 240 VAC 1.2 - 2.8 Amps < 75 Amps peak 57.36 W 210 W 4002-Y2C maximum 4002-Y4A,4002- 100 - 240 VAC 1.2 - 2.8 Amps...
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