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Check to see if there are any exposed copper strands coming from the installed wire. When this installation is done correctly there should be no exposed copper wire strands extending from the terminal block. Any exposed wiring can conduct harmful levels of electricity to persons touching the wires. ...
Statement 5 CAUTION: The power control button on the device and the power switch on the power supply do not turn off the electrical current supplied to the device. The device also might have more than one power cord. To remove all electrical current from the device, ensure that all power cords are disconnected from the power source.
Multiple devices extended into the service position can cause your rack cabinet to tip. If you are not using the Lenovo 9308 rack cabinet, securely anchor the rack cabinet to ensure its stability. NE10032 Installation Guide...
Chapter 1. ThinkSystem NE10032 This Installation Guide provides information about the Lenovo RackSwitch Lenovo ThinkSystem NE10032 RackSwitch (referred to as NE10032 throughout this document). The NE10032 uses a wire-speed, non-blocking switching fabric that provides simultaneous wire-speed transport of multiple packets at low latency on all ports.
The console output described or referenced in this document might differ slightly from that displayed by your system. Output varies according to the type of Lenovo chassis and the firmware versions and options that are installed. Notices and Statements in this Document The following notices and statements are used in this document: ...
Typographic Conventions The following table describes the typographic styles used in this book. Table 1. Typographic Conventions Typeface or Meaning Example Symbol ABC123 View the readme.txt file. This type is used for names of commands, files, and directories used within the text. NE10032# It also depicts on-screen computer output and prompts.
Switch Unit The NE10032 is a 1U rack-mountable GbE switch. You can mount the switch in either the horizontal or vertical orientation. The following illustrations show the features on the front and rear of the switch. Figure 1. ThinkSystem NE10032 front panel Management Panel QSFP28 Ports Figure 2.
If using cables other than those from the included cable kit, ensure that they are compatible with the port pin assignments shown in the following tables. Table 2. Switch micro-USB port connector pin assignments Pin Number Function No connect SIN (RS-232 Input) SOUT (RS-232 Output) No connect GND (Ground)
System Status LEDs The following table describes the behavior of the system status LEDs: Table 5. System status LEDs behavior State Functional Meaning Total power failure. Steady Blue An operational command has been sent to light the LED so that this device can be more readily located. Flashing Blue Service is required due to failure of the general system, - Service...
Files can be copied from the USB drive to the switch, but copying files to the NTFS formatted USB drive results in failure. For more information about using the USB drive, see the Lenovo ThinkSystem NE10032 RackSwitch Application Guide.
Connecting to the Switch Use the switch Command-Line Interface (CLI) to perform additional configuration tasks. You can access the CLI using the serial console port or management port. Using the Serial Console Port You can access the switch CLI through the serial console port on the front panel of the switch.
Compatible fan options are listed in the Lenovo Networking Catalog. Fan operation and internal temperatures are monitored. If the air temperature exceeds a desired threshold, the environmental monitor displays warnings.
The rear panel of the NE10032 has two bays for hot-swap power supply modules. Each power supply module has an individual IEC 320 C14 power connector. The power cord attaches to a universal grounded AC power source. Compatible power options are listed in the Lenovo Networking Catalog. Statement 5 CAUTION: The power control button on the device and the power switch on the power supply do not turn off the electrical current supplied to the device.
Power LEDs On the front of the switch, the Power LED on the management panel indicates the general status of the power supplies. The LED flashes when only one power cord is connected, and is steady when both power cords are connected (see “System Status LEDs”...
Installing the switch in one of the supported rack types “Installing the NE10032 in a Standard Equipment Rack” on page 41 “Installing the NE10032 in a Lenovo System x or Power Rack” on page 44 “Installing the NE10032 in a Lenovo iDataPlex Rack” on page 48 ...
Print this page and record product information below. Keep the information in a safe place for future reference. You need this information when you register the switch or open a service call with Lenovo. Table 9. Important product information...
Preventing Electric Shock This product does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not remove the cover of this device. The NE10032 AC power module is designed to work with single-phase power systems that have a grounded neutral conductor. For your safety, a power cord with a ground attachment plug is available to order for use with this product.
Handling Static-Sensitive Devices Attention: Static electricity can damage the switch and other electronic devices. To avoid damage, keep static-sensitive devices in their static-protective packages until you are ready to install them. To reduce the possibility of electrostatic discharge, observe the following precautions: ...
For a standard 19-inch equipment rack, use the 2-post rack mounting brackets and screws included with the switch. Installation instructions begin on page For a Lenovo System x or Power 4-post rack, use the Lenovo Adjustable 19” 4-Post Rail Kit. This kit must be purchased separately. Installation instructions...
Statement 26 CAUTION: Do not place any object on top of rack-mounted devices. To install the NE10032 in a standard equipment rack, complete the following steps: 1. Locate, record, and retain the product switch information in order to configure and register your product.
Installing the NE10032 in a Lenovo System x or Power Rack This section describes how to install the NE10032 in a Lenovo System x or Power 4-post rack, using the Lenovo Adjustable 19” 4-Post Rail Kit. This kit must be purchased separately. It includes the following parts: Table 11.
3. From the front, slide the switch into the rack at the desired height. 4. Secure the switch to the front rack posts with M6 screws (Item 3) and either clip nuts (Item 4) or cage nuts (Item 5). Torque the screws to approximately 5.7 Nm ± 0.1 Nm (50 inch-pounds).
Installing the NE10032 in a Lenovo iDataPlex Rack This section describes how to install the NE10032 in a Lenovo iDataPlex rack. The iDataPlex mounting kit allows the switch to be mounted either horizontally or vertically. The kit must be purchased separately. It includes the following parts: Table 12.
5. Attach the rear alignment plate (Item 6) to the rear rack posts with M6 screws (Item 3), and clip nuts (Item 4). Torque the screws to approximately 5.7 Nm +/- 0.1 Nm (50 inch-pounds). 6. If installing the 1U air-duct option, see the instruction on page 7.
Statement 26 CAUTION: Do not place any object on top of rack-mounted devices. To install the 1U air-duct option in a 19” rack, complete the following steps: 1. Loosen and remove the mounting screws from both sides of the mounting rail and set them aside to reuse for securing the foam carrier in the next step.
6. Gently slide the air-duct unit side flanges into the card guides until the unit is seated firmly. Make sure that the foam strip is oriented on top. Foam Card guides thumbscrews Side flanges 7. Secure the air-duct unit to the air-duct brackets with the two M4 thumbscrews. NE10032 Installation Guide...
(DAC) cables and Active Optical Cables (AOC). Note: This section covers the basic types of connectors that can be installed on the switch. We recommend you to consult the Lenovo Networking Products and Options Catalog for the full list of supported transceivers, DACs or Active Optical Cables cables.
Installing a Transceiver Note: To avoid damage to a transceiver, do not connect the cable before you install the transceiver. Statement 3 CAUTION: When laser products (such as CD-ROMs, DVD drives, fiber optic devices, or transmitters) are installed, note the following: Do not remove the covers.
Removing the switch from one of the supported rack types “Removing the NE10032 from a Standard Equipment Rack” on page 67 “Removing the NE10032 from a Lenovo System x or Power Rack” on page 68 “Removing the NE10032 from a Lenovo iDataPlex Rack” on page 71 ...
Removing Port Transceivers Statement 3 CAUTION: When laser products (such as CD-ROMs, DVD drives, fiber optic devices, or transmitters) are installed, note the following: Do not remove the covers. Removing the covers of the laser product could result in exposure to hazardous laser radiation. There are no serviceable parts inside the device.
Removing the Power Supply Module Statement 5 CAUTION: The power control button on the device and the power switch on the power supply do not turn off the electrical current supplied to the device. The device also might have more than one power cord. To remove all electrical current from the device, ensure that all power cords are disconnected from the power source.
To Connect: To Disconnect: 1.Turn OFF all power sources and 1.Turn OFF all power sources and equipment that is to be attached to equipment that is to be attached to this product. this product. For ac systems, remove all power ...
Replacing the Fan Module To replace a hot-swap fan module, complete the following steps: 1. Select an empty fan module bay on the rear of the switch. If the target bay is covered by a blank fan filler plate, loosen the retainer screw and slide the filler plate out of the slot.
Removing the NE10032 from a Lenovo System x or Power Rack This section describes how to remove the NE10032 from a Lenovo System x or Power 4-post rack. To remove the NE10032 from a System x or Power rack, complete the following steps: 1.
7. Slide the NE10032 unit out of the rack. 8. Loosen and remove the M4 screws that attach the front mounting brackets to each side of the switch. 9. If replacing the unit with another NE10032, see “Replacing the NE10032” on page NE10032 Installation Guide...
Removing the NE10032 from a Lenovo iDataPlex Rack This section describes how to remove the NE10032 from a Lenovo iDataPlex rack. To remove the NE10032 from an iDataPlex rack, complete the following steps: 1. Disconnect all external cables. 2. If the 1U air-duct option has been installed, remove it as described in “Removing...
5. Slide the switch out of the rack. 6. Loosen and remove the M4 screws that attach front and rear mounting brackets to each side of the switch. 7. If replacing the unit with another NE10032, see “Replacing the NE10032” on page NE10032 Installation Guide...
Removing the Air-Duct Option The NE10032 supports an optional 1U air duct to maximize air flow conditions in a Lenovo Power Systems Group rack. To remove an installed 1U air-duct option from a 19” rack, complete the following steps. 1. Loosen the M4 thumbscrews securing the air-duct unit to the mounting brackets.
Replacing the NE10032 Preparing and Returning the NE10032 If replacing the NE10032, remove all associated components and options according to the instructions in this chapter. Remove and retain clips, cords, cables, modules, caps or blanks, air-duct option (if installed), and any mounting hardware. These items can then be reinstalled on the replacement unit.
System Status LEDs The following LEDs on the switch front panel indicate the overall system status: Power - Steady green if the power supply modules are on and operational, flashing green in case of a power supply failure, or off in case of a total power supply failure.
Changing the Default Network Administrator Password After logging onto the switch for the first time, a screen prompt appears requesting you to change the default network administrator password. You are required to change your default 'admin' user password immediately Changing password for admin. Current Administrator password: Choose a strong password (Min 8 chars, at least 1 uppercase, 1 lowercase, 1 number etc.)
Configuring the Management Interface for Remote Access To manage the switch remotely using Telnet or SNMP you must first configure the management interface. You can use DHCP to automatically configure the interface (enabled by default), or you can manually configure the following IP parameters: ...
Updating Firmware If firmware updates are available, you can download them from the Lenovo website. The switch might have features that are not described in the documentation that comes with the switch, and the documentation might be updated occasionally to include information about those features, or technical updates might be available to provide additional information that is not included in the switch documentation.
The GRUB Menu The Lenovo ThinkSystem NE10032 RackSwitch does not use a Boot Management menu. Instead, all images are preloaded, and all booting options, such as switching boot images, are included in the GNU GRUB bootloader. To boot CNOS or switch images on the NE10032: 1.
Rescue Mode The Rescue Mode option allows you to recover from a failed firmware or boot image upgrade using TFTP or a USB drive. To enter Rescue Mode, select Recovery Mode in the GRUB menu. The following menu appears. Entering Rescue Mode. Please select one of the following options: T) Configure networking and tftp download an image U) Install image from USB stick...
If you have problems accessing the switch or working with the firmware, see the NE10032 Application Guide and/or the Command Reference. For information about calling Lenovo for service, see Appendix A, “Getting Help and Technical Assistance“.
System LED Is Not Lit Symptom: The power supply LED is not lit. Solution: Check the power supply to make sure that there is a proper connection to the power source. Make sure that power is available from the power source. NE10032 Installation Guide...
Temperature Sensor Warning Symptom: A temperature warning is displayed on the management console. Solution: Make sure that the air circulation vents on the front, back, and sides of the switch are free from obstruction by cables, panels, rack frames, or other materials. Make sure that all cooling fans inside the switch are running.
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Physical Characteristics The physical characteristics of the NE10032 are listed in the following table. Table 14. Physical characteristics Specification Physical characteristics Dimensions (H x W x D) 4.4 x 43.9 x 48.7 cm (1.73 x 17.3 x 19.2 in) Weight 11.5 kg (25 lb) maximum Airflow Available options for rear to front,...
Power Specifications The power specifications for the NE10032 are listed in the following table. Table 16. NE10032 AC power specifications Specification Measurement Number of power supplies 2 (1+1 load sharing/redundant) AC-input frequency (universal) 50–60 Hz AC-input voltage (universal) 100–240 VAC AC inrush current 4.64 A @ 120 VAC (typical) 10.56 A @ 230 VAC (typical)