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7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE
7210 SERVICE ACCESS
SWITCH
7210 SAS-M CHASSIS
INSTALLATION GUIDE
3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01
Issue: 07
August 2016
Nokia — Proprietary and confidential.
Use pursuant to applicable agreements..

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  • Page 1 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 7210 SERVICE ACCESS SWITCH 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01 Issue: 07 August 2016 Nokia — Proprietary and confidential. Use pursuant to applicable agreements..
  • Page 2 © 2016 Nokia. All rights reserved. Contains proprietary/trade secret information which is the property of Nokia and must not be made available to, or copied or used by anyone outside Nokia without its written authorization. Not to be used or disclosed except in accordance with applicable agreements.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table of Contents Preface................11 About This Manual..............11 1.1.1 Warnings and Notes ..............11 1.1.2 Audience..................11 1.1.3 Symbols and Labels ..............12 1.1.4 Technical Support..............12 System Overview ............13 7210 SAS-M Introduction and Features ........14 Switch Architecture..............
  • Page 4 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Transceivers..............45 Warnings and Notes ..............46 Installation Preparation.............. 47 4.2.1 Locking and Release Mechanisms..........47 4.2.2 Installing SFP/XFPs..............47 4.2.3 Removing and Replacing SFP/XFPs......... 48 Configuring the System ..........49 Diagnostics ................50 5.1.1 Post Installation Status .............
  • Page 5 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Alarm Pin Assignments ..........83 Alarm Port Pin Assignments............84 Installation Site Assessment ........87 10.1 Geographical Location............... 87 10.2 Installation Site Type ..............88 10.2.1 Room ..................88 10.2.2 Cabinet ..................89 10.3 Site Influences ................89 10.4 Site Assessment Checklists ............
  • Page 6: He 10089 Aaaa Tqzza Edition 01 Issue

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01 Issue: 07...
  • Page 7 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE List of Tables System Overview ............13 Table 1 7210 SAS-M Front Panel Features ........... 18 Table 2 7210 SAS-M 24F XFP (ETR) Front Panel Features....19 Table 3 Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments ........21 Table 4 Power Module LEDs..............
  • Page 8 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01 Issue: 07...
  • Page 9 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE List of Figures System Overview ............13 Figure 1 7210 SAS-M 24F Front Panel ........... 14 Figure 2 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP (ETR) Front Panel....... 15 Figure 3 7210 SAS-M 24F Front Panel ........... 18 Figure 4 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XPF (ETR) Front Panel.......
  • Page 10 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01 Issue: 07...
  • Page 11: Preface

    1.1 About This Manual This guide provides site preparation recommendations, step-by-step procedures to rack mount the Nokia 7210 Service Access Switch MPLS (SAS-M), and instructions to install and configure the system software. This guide hereafter refers to all the variants (7210 SAS-M 24F, 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP, and 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP ETR) as 7210 SAS-M.
  • Page 12: Symbols And Labels

    If you purchased a service agreement for your 7210 SAS-M and related products from a distributor or authorized reseller, contact the technical support staff for that distributor or reseller for assistance. If you purchased an Nokia service agreement, contact technical assistance at:...
  • Page 13: System Overview

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 2 System Overview This chapter describes the 7210 SAS-M features and includes the following sections: • 7210 SAS-M Introduction and Features, section 2.1 • Switch Architecture, section 2.2 • Features, section 2.3 • Hardware Description, section 2.4 Issue: 07 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01...
  • Page 14: 7210 Sas-m Introduction And Features

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.1 7210 SAS-M Introduction and Features The 7210 SAS-M is a multilayer service-aware MPLS-capable switch. The switch is available as two variants, as follows: • 7210 SAS-M 24F with support for up to 24 100/1000 SFP ports; see Figure 1 •...
  • Page 15: System Overview

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Figure 2 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP (ETR) Front Panel Crit SR72029 The 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP and 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP ETR include the following features: • 24 100/1000 SFP ports and two 10G XFP ports •...
  • Page 16: Switch Architecture

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.2 Switch Architecture The 7210 SAS-M employs a wire-speed, non-blocking switching fabric. This permits simultaneous wire-speed transport of multiple packets at low latency on all ports. The switch also features full-duplex capability on all ports, that effectively doubles the bandwidth of each connection.
  • Page 17: Features

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 2.3 Features The 7210 SAS-M includes the following features: • wire speed, non-blocking, service-aware MPLS switch • 24 100/1000 SFP ports are available on the 7210 SAS-M • two 10G XFP ports are available on the 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP and 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP ETR •...
  • Page 18: Hardware Description

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.4 Hardware Description Figure 3 7210 SAS-M 24F Front Panel Crit SR72001 Table 1 7210 SAS-M Front Panel Features Description Ground and DC power connection Power trays 2a — power tray A 2b — power tray B LEDs Alarm connector USB port...
  • Page 19: Table 2 7210 Sas-m 24f Xfp (etr) Front Panel Features

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Figure 4 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XPF (ETR) Front Panel Crit SR72029A Table 2 7210 SAS-M 24F XFP (ETR) Front Panel Features Description Ground and DC power connection Power trays 2a — power tray A 2b —...
  • Page 20: Ethernet Interfaces

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.4.1 Ethernet Interfaces The 7210 SAS-M provides 24 100/1000 SFP ports. Each port can be used for a direct connection to a subscriber’s customer premises equipment (CPE), or as an uplink to another aggregation node. The 7210 SAS-M supports 10/100/1000 Base-T copper SFPs.
  • Page 21: Alarm Interface Port

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 2.4.3 Alarm Interface Port The alarm interface port is a DB15 connector that supports a critical alarm output, a major alarm output, and four alarm inputs. When the system detects a critical or major issue, the CPU will cause the alarm relay to issue the alarm output and turn on the critical or major alarm LED.
  • Page 22: Power Modules

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 3 Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments (Continued) Name Function ALARM_IN1_EXT_+ External alarm input 1 (external relay dry contact closure to pin 15) CRIT_ALARM_NC Normally closed during critical alarm state MJR_ALARM_CNTR Common contact for major alarm relay MJR_ALARM_NO Normally open during major alarm state ALARM_IN4_EXT_R...
  • Page 23 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Figure 5 AC and DC Power Modules -48V +24V ETR SR72005 Table 4 Power Module LEDs Condition Status AC, –48V,+24, Green DC or AC power is functioning normally +12V External power not connected or has failed The –48V/+24V/AC LEDs on the left indicate the status of external power.
  • Page 24: Dc Power Source Failure Detection

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.4.4.1 DC power source failure detection The 7210 SAS-M platform provides capability to detect DC power source (–48V or +24V source) failure. The 7210 SAS-M chassis allows two DC power sources to be connected to the chassis.
  • Page 25 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview Table 5 Power Source Failure Detection Capability (Continued) Power Feed A Power Feed B Power Power Alarm Notes (Available/ (Available/ Supply in Supply in Generated Failed) Failed) Top Slot Bottom (Yes/No) (PS1) Slot (PS2) Failed Failed...
  • Page 26: Usb Port

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.4.5 USB Port The USB port is reserved for future use. 2.4.6 Fan Tray A hot-swappable fan tray on the right side of the front panel contains three fans that provide cooling for the chassis. See Figure 6 for an illustration of the fan tray.
  • Page 27 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview To inspect and remove your air filter, see Figure 7 and perform the following steps: Step 1. Loosen the captive screws on the fan tray (Figure 7 item 1). Step 2. Carefully remove the fan tray from the router chassis and remove the air filter (Figure 7 item 2) to inspect it and replace it (3HE06340AA), if...
  • Page 28: System Leds And Buttons

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 2.4.7 System LEDs and Buttons The LEDs are located on the front panel and the power module trays. See Figure 8 for the location of the system LEDs and buttons, Table 6 for key descriptions, and Table 7 for alarm descriptions.
  • Page 29: System And Port Leds

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 2.4.8 System and Port LEDs Table 7 System and Port Status LEDs Condition Status Critical Indicates that a critical condition exists Major Amber Indicates that a serious condition exists Indicates that the fans are functioning properly Indicates that one or more fans have failed, or that the fan tray is not connected Note: The LED blinks red during the boot process...
  • Page 30: Table 9 Port Led Key Descriptions

    System Overview 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 9 SFP Port LEDs SR72007 Table 9 Port LED Key Descriptions Description Reserved LED that indicates status for an odd-numbered port. Odd-numbered ports are in the top row. Reserved LED that indicates status for an even numbered port. Even-numbered ports are in the bottom row.
  • Page 31: System Buttons And Switches

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE System Overview 2.4.10 System Buttons and Switches Table 10 for descriptions of front panel buttons and switches. Table 10 Front Panel Buttons and Switches Button/Switch Condition Status Power module Standby mode if switch is connected to a power switch source AC or DC power is applied to the switch...
  • Page 32: Installing The Chassis

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installing the Chassis 3 Installing the Chassis This chapter provides information on installing a 7210 SAS-M chassis and includes the following sections: • Site Preparation, section 3.1 • Installing Your Switch, section 3.2 Issue: 07 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01...
  • Page 33: Site Preparation

    Avoid installing copper cables close to strong electromagnetic fields generated by electric generators, elevator motors, or similar heavy electric machines. • Make sure you only use SFPs and XFPs that are supported by Nokia. 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01 Issue: 07...
  • Page 34: Installing Your Switch

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installing the Chassis 3.2 Installing Your Switch 3.2.1 Rack Mounting Before you begin, verify that: • the equipment rack is securely installed, anchored, and grounded. Refer to the rack manufacturer’s documentation for instructions. • nearby equipment, including breaker panel bus bars and power connectors, is made safe.
  • Page 35 Installing the Chassis 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Step 2. Mount the 7210 SAS-M in the rack using four rack-mounting screws, as shown in Figure Figure 11 Installing the Switch in a Rack SR72010 Step 3. If you are installing a single switch, proceed to Grounding the Chassis on page Step 4.
  • Page 36: Desktop Or Shelf Mounting

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installing the Chassis 3.2.2 Desktop or Shelf Mounting Before starting this procedure, ensure you have the following: • four adhesive feet (provided with the 7210 SAS-M) • an available grounding point near the installation location Step 1.
  • Page 37: Grounding The Chassis

    Installing the Chassis 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3.2.3 Grounding the Chassis The router is suitable for installation as part of the Common Bonding Network (CBN) or an Isolated Bonding Network (IBN). The router is suitable for installation in Network Telecommunication Facilities or locations where the NEC applies. Required tools and hardware: •...
  • Page 38 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installing the Chassis Warning: • HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT: EARTH CONNECTION ESSENTIAL BEFORE CONNECTING SUPPLY. COURANT DE FUITE ÉLÉVE: Raccordement à la terre indispensable avant le raccordement au réseau. • Chassis ground cables are not included. Use only power cords that have a grounding (earthing) path.
  • Page 39: Connecting To A Power Source

    Installing the Chassis 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3.2.4 Connecting to a Power Source This switch supports both AC and DC power supply modules. Caution: The 7210 SAS-M 24F 2XFP ETR version must use the extended temperature range power module. Note: The switch is designed to accept up to two AC or two DC power modules.
  • Page 40: Connecting To Dc Power

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installing the Chassis 3.2.4.2 Connecting to DC Power The 7210 SAS-M chassis supports the –48V and +24V DC power modules. Hence, the steps below are applicable for either the –48V or the +24V DC power modules. Danger: Before wiring the DC plug or connecting power to the switch, ensure that power to the feed lines is turned off at the supply circuit breaker or disconnected from the power bus.
  • Page 41: Figure 13 Connecting To A -48 Vdc Power Source

    Installing the Chassis 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Warning: If the power leads are plugged in to the wrong holes, the power module will not work properly and may damage the 7210 SAS-M. Figure 13 illustrates how to connect a –48 VDC power source to the chassis: Figure 13 Connecting to a –48 VDC Power Source...
  • Page 42: Figure 14 Connecting To A +24 Vdc Power Source

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installing the Chassis Figure 14 Connecting to a +24 VDC Power Source + 2 4 P E M 2 0 0 Ground (A) (Pin 1) +24V (A) (Pin 2) + 2 4 P E M Ground (B) (Pin 1) 2 0 0 +24V (B) (Pin 2)
  • Page 43: Connecting To The Console Port

    Installing the Chassis 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 3.2.4.3 Connecting to the Console Port The RJ-45 serial port on the front panel is used to connect to the switch for out-of- band console configuration. The on-board configuration program can be accessed from a terminal or a PC running a terminal emulation program.
  • Page 44: Transceivers

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Transceivers 4 Transceivers This chapter describes how to replace small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers on MDA ports that support these devices. • Warnings and Notes, section 4.1 • Installation Preparation, section 4.2 • Locking and Release Mechanisms, section 4.2.1 •...
  • Page 45: Warnings And Notes

    Transceivers 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.1 Warnings and Notes Danger: • Fiber-optic equipment can emit laser or infrared light that can injure your eyes. Never look into an optical fiber or connector port. Always assume that fiber-optic cables are connected to a light source.
  • Page 46: Installation Preparation

    Blow dry the ferrule with compressed air and inspect for lint. Do not insert the compressed air nozzle into the receptacle when blowing out. 4.2.1 Locking and Release Mechanisms Nokia SFP/XFPs can use different lock and release methods. Possible lock and release mechanisms include: •...
  • Page 47: Removing And Replacing Sfp/xfps

    Transceivers 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 4.2.3 Removing and Replacing SFP/XFPs When you are replacing an SFP/XFP, have the following parts ready: • a replacement SFP/XFP • protective plugs for the SFP/XFP and a dust cover for the fiber cable connector •...
  • Page 48: Configuring The System

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System 5 Configuring the System This chapter describes how to configure your 7210 SAS-M and contains the following sections: • Diagnostics, section 5.1 • Initializing the System and Downloading Software, section 5.2 • Establishing Router Connections, section 5.3 •...
  • Page 49: Diagnostics

    Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 5.1 Diagnostics 5.1.1 Post Installation Status After successfully installing and powering up the 7210 SAS-M, ensure that the LEDs show the following state: • Critical: OFF • Major: OFF • Fan: OFF •...
  • Page 50: Initializing The System And Downloading Software

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System 5.2 Initializing the System and Downloading Software The 7210 SAS-M ships with bootloader and TiMOS on the compact flash memory device. When the system is powered up for the first time, the bootloader will attempt an auto-init procedure (see the System Basics Guide for more information).
  • Page 51: Booting Using The Image On Flash

    PCIe: Port 0 Link UP Total Memory: 512MB Chassis Type: sas Card Type: badami_7210 TiMOS-L-3.0.B5-85 boot/mpc NOKIA SAS-M 6F4T 7210 Copyright (c) 2000-2011 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use subject to applicable license agreements. Built on Wed Apr 20 14:13:38 IST 2011 by builder in /builder/3.0B5/panos/main...
  • Page 52 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System wait 3 persist off console-speed 115200 Hit a key within 2 seconds to change boot parameters... Press any key. Enter password to edit the Boot Options File Or CTRL-D to exit the prompt Password: The default password is password.
  • Page 53: Booting From The Network

    Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE New Settings ------------ primary-image cf1\both.tim primary-config cf1:\config.txt #uplinkA Port Settings: uplinkA-port 1/1/10 uplinkA-address 10.135.4.172/10 uplinkA-vlan 0 uplinkA-route 10.10.170.0/10 next-hop 10.135.4.1 #System Settings: wait 3 persist off console-speed 115200 Do you want to overwrite cf1:/bof.cfg with the new settings? (yes/no): Type yes and press Enter.
  • Page 54 Using the uplink port to boot the 7210 SAS-M from the network: Resetting...OK ø Nokia 7210 Boot ROM. Copyright 2000-2009 Nokia. All rights reserved. All use is subject to applicable license agreements. Running POST tests from ROM Testing ROM load area...done Relocating code...Jumping to RAM...
  • Page 55 Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE uplinkA-address uplinkA-vlan #uplinkB Port Settings: uplinkB-port 1/1/2 uplinkB-address uplinkB-vlan #System Settings: wait persist console-speed 115200 Hit a key within 2 seconds to change boot parameters... Press any key. Enter password to edit the Boot Options File Or CTRL-D to exit the prompt Password: The default password is password.
  • Page 56 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System file to be used by TiMOS. The file can be on a Compact Flash device, or on the network. Here are some examples cf1:/config.cfg ftp://user:passwd@192.168.1.150/./config.cfg tftp://192.168.1.150/./config.cfg No existing Config URL Press Enter, or type 'none' for no Config URL. Config File URL: If you are not booting for the first time, enter the location of the configuration file.
  • Page 57 Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Since the FTP server is on a different subnet, you will have to enter IP routing information: You specified network locations which might require static routes to reach. You will be asked to enter static routes until all the locations become reachable.
  • Page 58 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System Type yes and press <Enter>. The 7210 SAS-M should boot now. Primary image location: ftp://*:*@10.10.170.22/./images/both.tim Initializing uplinkA port using IP addr 10.135.4.172. Loading image ftp://*:*@10.10.170.22/./images/both.tim Version B-1.1.private, Wed Jul 15 17:18:37 IST 2009 by builder in /builder/ws/1.1B1/ main text:(17446113-->76798004) + data:(2100172-->10874132) Executing TiMOS image at 0x100000...
  • Page 59: Using Out-of-band Port To Boot From The Network

    Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 5.2.1.3 Using Out-of-Band Port to Boot from the Network: Note: Use of this feature requires an upgrade of the bootloader software, to a version in which support for Out-of-Band Management port is available. Please check the release notes for more information.
  • Page 60 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System Would you like to add a static route? (yes/no) yes Enter ip route: Enter a static route to the FTP server's subnet (for example, 10.10.170.0/24 next-hop 10.135.4.1) at the prompt. The device then prompts the user to configure the uplinkA and uplinkB port. Since the Ethernet management port will be used at the following prompts, disable the use of uplink ports as shown below.
  • Page 61: Downloading The Timos Software To The Internal Flash

    Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Do you want to overwrite cf1:/bof.cfg with the new settings? (yes/no): yes Type yes and press <Enter>. The 7210 SAS-M should boot now. Successfully saved the new settings in cf1:/bof.cfg Configuring Network with eth-mgmt Port Setting..No existing config file URL Primary image location: ftp://*:*@10.10.170.22/./images/both.tim Loading image ftp://*:*@10.10.170.22/./images/stu-hw/both.tim...
  • Page 62 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System Change the mode of the connected port to ‘network’. A:SN12# configure port 1/1/24 A:SN12>config>port# A:SN12>config>port# ethernet mode network A:SN12>config>port# no shutdown A:SN12>config>port# exit Configure an IP interface: A:SN12# configure router A:SN12>config>router# info ---------------------------------------------- interface "in-band-mgmt"...
  • Page 63 Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE A:SN12# system security source-address application ftp in-band-mgmt A:SN12# file copy ftp://<user>:<passwd>@10.10.170.22/./images/both.tim cf1:/both.tim Copying file ftp://<user>:<passwd>@10.10.170.22/./images/both.tim... 1 file copied. A:SN12# Configure the BOF to pick up the image from internal flash: A:SN12# bof primary-image cf1:/both.tim *A:SN12# bof save Writing BOF to cf1:/bof.cfg Saving BOF ..
  • Page 64: Establishing Router Connections

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System 5.3 Establishing Router Connections Access your newly installed switch two ways: • Console Connection on page 65 • Telnet Connection on page 66 5.3.1 Console Connection The Console port on the front of the 7210 SAS-M is an RJ-45 connector. To establish a console connection, you need the following: •...
  • Page 65: Telnet Connection

    Configuring the System 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 5.3.2 Telnet Connection Telnet access provides the same options for user and administrator access as those available through the Console port. You can access the switch with a Telnet connection from a PC or workstation connected to the network once the following conditions are met: •...
  • Page 66: Running Telnet

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Configuring the System 5.3.2.1 Running Telnet After the IP parameters are configured, you can access the CLI command line with a Telnet connection. To establish a Telnet connection, run a Telnet program and issue the Telnet command, followed by the IP address: The following displays an example of a Telnet login: C:\>telnet 10.10.10.25 Login: admin...
  • Page 67: Troubleshooting

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Troubleshooting 6 Troubleshooting This chapter describes troubleshooting methods and procedures and includes the following sections: • Diagnosing Switch Indicators, section 6.1 • Power and Cooling Problems, section 6.2 • Installation, section 6.3 • In-Band Access, section 6.4 Issue: 07 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01...
  • Page 68: Diagnosing Switch Indicators

    Troubleshooting 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 6.1 Diagnosing Switch Indicators This switch can be easily monitored through panel indicators to identify problems. Table 13 describes common problems you may encounter and possible solutions. Table 13 Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Action Power Module LED Power outlet, power cord, or •...
  • Page 69: Power And Cooling Problems

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Troubleshooting Table 13 Troubleshooting (Continued) Symptom Possible Cause Action Link LED or Network cable or Ethernet • Verify that the switch and attached Management LED is device attached to this port device are powered on. may be defective.
  • Page 70: In-band Access

    Troubleshooting 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 6.4 In-Band Access You can access the management agent in the switch from anywhere within the attached network using Telnet or network management software tools. However, you must first configure the switch with a valid IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.
  • Page 71: Specifications

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Specifications 7 Specifications This appendix provides system specifications and includes the following sections: • Specifications, section 7.1 • Regulatory Compliance Standards and Certifications, section 7.1.1 Issue: 07 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01...
  • Page 72: Specifications

    Specifications 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 7.1 Specifications Table 14 7210 SAS-M Specifications Item Description Physical dimensions Size Width: 17.17 in. (43.6 cm) Height: 2.64 in. (6.7 cm) (1.5RU) Depth: 9.96 in. (25.3 cm) Weight 11 lbs (5 kg) Environmental Operating Temperature For non-ETR variant: –32 to 122ºF (0 to 50ºC) (standard) IEC 68-2-14...
  • Page 73: Regulatory Compliance Standards And Certifications

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Specifications Table 14 7210 SAS-M Specifications (Continued) Item Description Typical power 80 to 100 W (depending on configuration) consumption Regulatory Compliance Standards and 7.1.1 Certifications Table 15 Compliance Standards and Certifications Item Description Safety CSA/NRTL (UL60950-1, CSA 22.2.No 60950-1) Europe CE Mark: EN50081-1: EN55022 Class A EN60555-2/3...
  • Page 74 Nokia[b] Equipment where the dc supply circuit is connected to the earthing conductor Equipment that has the earthed conductor of a dc supply circuit connected to the earthing conductor at the equipment shall be provided with a permanent marking located near and in plain view of the field wiring terminals and worded as indicated.
  • Page 75 Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS2) Nokia has implemented a material/substance content management process. The process is described in: Nokia process for ensuring RoHS Compliance (1AA002660031ASZZA). This ensures compliance with the European Union Directive 2011/65/EU on the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS2).
  • Page 76: Pin Assignments

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments 8 Pin Assignments This appendix contains pin assignments and includes the following sections: • Management Port Pin Assignments on page 80 • Console Port Pin Assignment on page 81 Issue: 07 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01...
  • Page 77: Management Port Pin Assignments

    Pin Assignments 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 8.1 Management Port Pin Assignments Use shielded twisted-pair (STP) cable for RJ-45 connections, 100-ohm Category 3, 4, or 5 cable for 10 Mbps connections, and 100-ohm Category 5 cable for 100 Mbps connections. Make sure that the length of any twisted-pair connection does not exceed 328 ft (100 m).
  • Page 78: Console Port Pin Assignment

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Pin Assignments 8.2 Console Port Pin Assignment The RJ-45 serial port on the front panel is used to connect to the switch for out-of- band console configuration. The on-board configuration program can be accessed from a terminal or a PC running a terminal emulation program. The pin assignments used to connect to the serial port are provided in Table Table 17...
  • Page 79: Alarm Pin Assignments

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Alarm Pin Assignments 9 Alarm Pin Assignments This appendix contains pin assignments and includes the following sections: • Alarm Port Pin Assignments on page 84 Issue: 07 3HE 10089 AAAA TQZZA Edition 01...
  • Page 80: Alarm Port Pin Assignments

    Alarm Pin Assignments 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 9.1 Alarm Port Pin Assignments The alarm interface port is a DB-15 connector that supports a critical alarm output, a major alarm output, and four alarm inputs. When your system has a critical or major alarm, the CPU will cause the alarm relay to issue the alarm output and turn on the critical or major LED.
  • Page 81: Table 18 Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Alarm Pin Assignments Table 18 Alarm Interface Port Pin Assignments (Continued) Name Function ALARM_IN4_EXT_+ External alarm input 4 (external relay dry contact closure to pin 12) ALARM_IN3_EXT_+ External alarm input 3 (external relay dry contact closure to pin 13) ALARM_IN2_EXT_+ External alarm input 2 (external relay dry contact closure to pin 14)
  • Page 82: Figure 17 Alarm Input Connection Diagram

    Alarm Pin Assignments 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Figure 17 Alarm Input Connection Diagram Power Supply Must be Floating or Isolated from Chassis Ground DC Power Supply 18-50 VDC @ 100 mA – External Alarm Relays Alarm On Other Equipment DB15 Alarm 1 Pin 8 +...
  • Page 83: Installation Site Assessment

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment 10 Installation Site Assessment Before installing equipment at a site, the characteristics of the site should be considered to determine whether they will adversely affect the reliability of the equipment. The following section discusses some of the site factors to consider prior to deploying equipment.
  • Page 84: Installation Site Type

    Installation Site Assessment 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE 10.2 Installation Site Type The site must provide the appropriate environment for the installed equipment. This usually involves controlling ingress of contaminants and ensuring that humidity remains as low as possible. Installations are typically in a hut, parking garage, room, or cabinet. Installation in data centers or telecom centers do not usually have high pollution levels but could still have high humidity levels.
  • Page 85: Cabinet

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment 10.2.2 Cabinet There are 3 major classifications of cabinets. • Direct Air Cooled (DAC) cabinets bring air into the cabinet to cool the equipment. DAC cabinets may or may not be filtered. Unfiltered air intake and exhaust is not recommended since issues will occur if unfiltered air is allowed into the cabinet.
  • Page 86: Site Assessment Checklists

    Installation Site Assessment 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Many areas are prone to flooding during rainy season or spring thaws, and it is important for the site to be located above typically anticipated flood levels, or to have sump pumps to keep the installation site dry. Drainage with a back flow preventer should be installed if the site has provision for water sources, such as cooling towers.
  • Page 87: Local Risk Factors

    7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment Table 19 Checklist 1: Seasonal Influences Influence Recent volcanic activity Forest fires 10.4.2 Local Risk Factors Is the local surrounding environment of the installation site in proximity to possible sources of contaminants or other risk factors that may cause or accelerate corrosion? Table 20 Checklist 2: Local Risk Factors...
  • Page 88: Specific Characteristics Of The Installation Site

    Installation Site Assessment 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Table 20 Checklist 2: Local Risk Factors (Continued) Risk Factor Aluminum manufacturing Ore smelting Tobacco smoke Battery manufacturing Mountains near a coastline High humidity regions Fossil fuel use, such as open fires used by locals for cooking or burning farming byproducts 10.4.3 Specific Characteristics of the Installation Site Does the installation site exhibit characteristics that may require upgrade or repair?
  • Page 89 7210 SAS-M CHASSIS INSTALLATION GUIDE Installation Site Assessment Table 21 Checklist 3: Specific Characteristics of the Installation Site Characteristic Is backup power generation located in a separate area from the communications equipment? Are batteries located in a separate area from the communications equipment? Is the equipment located above the water grade? Are there adequate water drainage and leak controls?
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