Quick Installation Guide for Redundant Power System DPS-520...
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About This Guide Rack Installation The D-Link DPS-520 is a Redundant Power System (RPS) The DPS-520 can be installed on a desktop or into a provides an affordable, 90 Watt, Power over HDBaseT standard switch rack by inserting it into an additional (PoH), rack-mountable, RPS solution.
RPS Cable Pin Assignment Insert one end of the DC-powered, PoH, Ethernet cable into one of the LAN ports on the DPS-520 and insert the Any standard Category 5e or higher Ethernet cable can be used to connect the RPS to the switch where the RPS other end into the PoH-capable input port on the switch supplies PoH power to the switch.
Enter key. Figure 6 - IP address in Internet Explorer NOTE: The default IP address of the DPS-520 is 10.90.90.90 (subnet mask 255.0.0.0). After successfully connecting to the Web UI, the following is displayed: Figure 7 - Web User Interface (Web UI)
Apply button to upgrade the firmware on the RPS. Important: The DPS-520 needs to be restarted for the software changes to take effect. To restart the DPS-520, the AC power cord needs to be removed and then re-inserted into the AC power port on the back panel.
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