HP ProCurve E4500-48 Getting Started Manual

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Switch 4500 Family
Switch 4500 26-Port
Switch 4500 50-Port
Switch 4500 PWR 26-Port
Switch 4500 PWR 50-Port
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Part No. 10012034, Rev. AB
Published: April, 2007

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  • Page 1: Getting Started Guide

    ® 3Com Switch 4500 Family Getting Started Guide Switch 4500 26-Port Switch 4500 50-Port Switch 4500 PWR 26-Port Switch 4500 PWR 50-Port www.3Com.com Part No. 10012034, Rev. AB Published: April, 2007...

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    3Com Corporation Copyright © 2006-2007, 3Com Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this documentation may be reproduced in any form or by any means or used to make any derivative work (such as translation, transformation, or adaptation) without 350 Campus Drive written permission from 3Com Corporation.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Default Settings NSTALLING THE WITCH Package Contents Important Steps Before Proceeding Connecting a Redundant Power Supply to your Switch 4500 PWR Specifying the Redundant Power System Connecting the Switch to the Redundant Power System Connecting the Earthing Cable RPS LED...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Choosing the Correct Cables for the 1000BASE-X SFP Ports SFP Operation Approved SFP Transceivers Inserting an SFP Transceiver Removing an SFP Transceiver Packing and Shipping the Switch 4500 ETTING P FOR Methods of Managing a Switch Command Line Interface Management...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    REATING A TACK How To Interconnect Units Guidelines For Interconnecting Units Unit Numbering within the Stack ROBLEM OLVING Solving Problems Indicated by LEDs Solving Hardware Problems Solving Communication Problems Solving Stack Formation Problems PGRADING OFTWARE The Contents of the Executable File Upgrading from the Command Line Interface Introduction Backup...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Ethernet Port RJ-45 Pin Assignments ECHNICAL PECIFICATIONS Switch 4500 (26 Port) Switch 4500 (50 Port) Switch 4500 PWR (26 Port) Switch 4500 PWR (50 Port) Earthing Lead BTAINING UPPORT FOR YOUR Register Your Product Purchase Value-Added Services Troubleshoot Online Access Software Downloads...

  • Page 7: Before You Start

    The Release Notes provide important information about the current software release, including new features, modifications, and known problems. You should read the Release Notes before installing the Switch in your network. If the information in the Release Notes differ from the information in this guide, follow the instructions in the Release Notes.

  • Page 8: Conventions, Related Documentation, Documentation Comments

    ■ a summary of the command line interface commands for the ■ Switch. This guide is also available under the Help button on the web interface. Switch 4500 Command Reference Guide This guide provides detailed information about the web interface and...

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    Page number (if appropriate) ■ Example: Part Number 10015034 Rev. AB Switch 4500 Family Getting Started Guide Page 21 We can only respond to comments and questions about 3Com product documentation at this e-mail address. Please direct all questions related to technical support or sales in the first instance to your network supplier.

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    BOUT UIDE...

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    NTRODUCING THE WITCH This chapter contains introductory information about the Switch 4500 and how it can be used in your network. It covers summaries of hardware and software features and also the following topics: About the Switch 4500 ■ Switch 4500 — Front View Detail ■...

  • Page 12: About The Switch 4500

    With stacking, you can add additional Switch 4500s as your network grows while preserving ease of management. For information about using the software features of the Switch, refer to the “Command Reference Guide” on located on 3Com’s Web site at www.3com.com.

  • Page 13: Summary Of Hardware Features, Switch 4500 — Front View Detail

    Table 3 Hardware Features Switch 4500 — Front View Detail Figure 1 Switch 4500 26-Port — front view Port Status LEDs Speed: (100Base-TX) Green = 100Mbps Yellow = 10Mbps (1000Base-X) Green = 1000Mbps Yellow = 10/100Mbps Duplex: Green = Full Duplex, Yellow = Half Duplex...

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    Figure 2 Switch 4500 50-Port — front view Speed:Green = 100Mbps, Yellow = 10Mbps Duplex:Green = Full Duplex, Yellow = Half Duplex Figure 3 Switch 4500 26-Port PWR - front view Port Status LEDs Speed: (100Base-TX) Gr een = 100Mbps Ye llow = 10Mbps...

  • Page 15: Base-t/ 100base-tx Ports, Gigabit Ports

    Each switch has four Gigabit ports, arranged in two pairs called “dual-personality combo port pairs.” Only one port in each pair can be activeat a time. The paired ports for the Switch 4500 26 Port and PWR 26 Port are: 25 and 27 ■...

  • Page 16: Console Port

    The console port allows you to connect a terminal and perform remote or local out-of-band management. As the console port on the Switch is an RJ-45 port, you will need to connect an RJ-45 to DB9 converter cable to a...

  • Page 17: Unit Led, Leds

    “Solving Problems Indicated by LEDs” on page 64 LEDs Table 4 lists LEDs visible on the front of the Switch, and how to read their status. For information on using the LEDs for problem solving, see “Solving Problems Indicated by LEDs” on page 64.

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    1: I HAPTER NTRODUCING THE RPS LED (3CR17571-91 and 3CR17572-91 only) 10BASE-T/100-TX Port LEDs Speed Green Duplex (3CR17571-91 and 3CR17572-91 only) PoE (3CR17571-91 and 3CR171572 only) 1000BASE-X SFP Port LEDs Speed Green Duplex (3CR17571-91 and 3CR17572-91 only) 4500 F WITCH AMILY Color Indicates...

  • Page 19: Switch 4500 — Rear View Detail, Power Socket, Open Book Warning Labels

    Sicherheitshinweise lesen. ADVERTENCIA: Antes de instalar o extraer cualquier componente del Switch 4500 Family o de realizar tareas de mantenimiento, debe leer la información de seguridad facilitada en el Apéndice A de esta guía. Switch 4500 — Rear View Detail...

  • Page 20: Redundant Power System Socket, Default Settings

    Provides supplemental power for PoE ports (up to 15.4w on all ports) and System Socket redundant power for powered devices and the Switch itself. Default Settings Table 5 shows the default settings for the Switch 4500 Family: Table 5 Default Settings 4500 F WITCH...

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    Feature Traffic Prioritization Port Security Configuration Save and Restore Default Settings Switch 4500 All ports prioritize NBX VoIP traffic (LAN and IP). All ports set to “best effort” for all other traffic. Disabled per port Disabled...

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    1: I 4500 F HAPTER NTRODUCING THE WITCH AMILY...

  • Page 23: Package Contents

    This chapter contains supplemental information on setting up your Switch 4500. These details are intended to be read together with the printed documents that accompany your switch. Package Contents ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■...

  • Page 24: Important Steps Before Proceeding, Connecting A Redundant Power Supply To Your Switch 4500 Pwr

    ■ ■ ■ Connecting a The Switch 4500 PWR 26 and 50 port have a -48V DC Redundant Power Redundant Power Supply socket that can be used in addition to the standard AC connection Supply to your of the switch. If you intend to use this DC connection, please read this Switch 4500 PWR section.

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    Connecting a Redundant Power Supply to your Switch 4500 PWR with the 3Com Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) network switches. In order to meet the IEEE 802.3af (PoE) specification, the -48V output must be isolated from earth (ground) and meet the isolation requirements in that...

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    AC Mains and -48V DC (primary supply) — the internal AC supply acts as the backup in the event of a DC power failure. DC only — the Switch does not need an AC supply and the resiliency is provided by the DC supply. This is useful in an environment where only DC power is available.

  • Page 27: Specifying The Redundant Power System

    Table 7 shows an example of the total power available from a number of 1500W rectifiers. A minimum of two rectifiers are required for each shelf to provide N+1 rectifier redundancy. Connecting a Redundant Power Supply to your Switch 4500 PWR Power Input after User Intervention RPS only...

  • Page 28: Connecting The Switch To The Redundant Power System

    When connecting the RPS to the Switch, the circuit breaker and 2-core Switch to the cable need to be matched to the power rating of the Switch. Table 8 Redundant Power shows the recommended circuit breaker and cable rating for the Switch System 4500.

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    Figure 7 shows how to connect the power supply to the RPS socket in the back of the Switch. Use the cable tie supplied with your Switch to support the cable at the rear of the RPS connector as shown.

  • Page 30: Connecting The Earthing Cable, Using Power Over Ethernet

    Alternatively use the earthing cable specification as defined in Appendix B on page 91. The earthing cable is only required if the Switch is powered by the RPS only. The recommended cable length should not exceed 3 metres (9.84 feet).

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    Connecting a Redundant Power Supply to your Switch 4500 PWR network cable is required to provide both power and network connectivity. Increased Reliability — a device powered by a PoE Switch will be ■ able to take advantage of the facilities available to the Switch. The Switch can be fitted with a redundant power supply or uninterruptible power supply, increasing its uptime.

  • Page 32: The Power-up Sequence, Powering-up The Switch 4500, Checking For Correct Operation Of Leds

    Use the following sequence of steps to power-up the Switch. Switch 4500 1 Plug the power cord into the power socket at the rear of the Switch. 2 Plug the other end of the power cord into your power outlet.

  • Page 33: Choosing The Correct Cables For The 1000base-x Sfp Ports

    Choosing the Correct The 1000BASE-SX SFP transceiver supports a direct connection to a Cables for the multi-mode fiber-optic cable. The 1000BASE-LX SFP transceiver supports 1000BASE-X SFP Ports a direct connection to single-mode and multi-mode fiber-optic cables. The 1000BASE-LH70 SFP transceiver supports a direct connection to a single-mode fiber-optic cable and the 1000BASE-T SFP transceiver uses Category 5 copper cabling with RJ-45 connectors and supports segment lengths of up to 100 m (328 ft).

  • Page 34: Sfp Operation, Approved Sfp Transceivers

    ■ The 3CSFP93-4500 is approved for use in the Switch 4500 only. To access the latest list of approved SFP transceivers for the Switch on the 3Com Corporation World Wide Web site, enter this URL into your internet browser: http://www.3com.com/transceiver...

  • Page 35: Inserting An Sfp Transceiver, Removing An Sfp Transceiver

    4 Remove the plastic protective cover if fitted. Figure 8 Inserting an SFP Transceiver 5 Check the LEDs on the front of the Switch to ensure that it is operating correctly. Refer to “LEDs” on page 17 for more information.

  • Page 36: Packing And Shipping The Switch 4500

    Follow these steps to ensure that you package your unit correctly: 1 Orientate your Switch so that the back panel is on the left side (looking down at the top of the unit) as shown in Figure 9.

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    ETTING To make full use of the features offered by your Switch, and to change and monitor the way it works, you have to access the management software that resides on the Switch. This is known as managing the Switch.

  • Page 38: Methods Of Managing A Switch, Command Line Interface Management, Command Line Interface Management Using Ssh

    Refer to “Setting Up Command Line Interface Management” on page 52. There are two main views in the CLI: User View — this view is shown when you first connect to the Switch and shows basic information about operation and statistics. The prompt for user view is <4500>.

  • Page 39: Web Interface Management, Snmp Management

    To securely administer the Switch using the Command Line Interface you need a third party SSH client. Web Interface Each Switch has an internal set of web pages that allow you to manage Management the Switch using a Web browser remotely over an IP network (see Figure 12).

  • Page 40: Setting Up Overview

    ETTING P FOR Setting Up This section gives an overview of what you need to do to get your Switch Overview set up and ready for management when it is in its default state. The whole setup process is summarized in Figure 14. Detailed procedural steps are contained in the sections that follow.

  • Page 41: Ip Configuration

    When using automatic IP configuration it is important that the IP address of the Switch is static, otherwise you will not know what the IP address is and it will be difficult to manage. Most DHCP servers allow static IP addresses to be configured so that you know what IP address will be allocated to the Switch.

  • Page 42: Preparing For Management

    Work through the “Viewing Automatically Configured IP Information” section on page 49. Preparing for Once your Switch’s initial set up is complete you can set up your chosen Management management method as described in “Methods of Managing a Switch”...

  • Page 43: Manually Configuring Ip Information, Connecting To The Console Port

    (this example describes a local connection to the console port, rather than one via a modem). You can do this whilst the Switch is offline, that is, before you connect the Switch to a network, or whilst the Switch is online, that is, connected to a network.

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    ■ Refer to the documentation that accompanies the terminal emulation software for more information. 3 Power up the Switch. The Power on Self Test (POST) will now be performed. Setting Up the Switch with IP Information You are now ready to manually set up the Switch with IP information using the command line interface.

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    Switch as the configuration is not saved automatically when the Switch is powered down. The initial set up of your Switch is now complete and the Switch is ready for you to set up your chosen management method. See “Methods of Managing a Switch”...

  • Page 46: Connecting To A Front Panel Port

    ETTING P FOR If you do not intend to use the command line interface via the console port to manage the Switch, you can disconnect the serial cable and close the terminal emulator software. Connecting to a Front To set up your Switch manually you can, alternatively, make a connection Panel Port to a front panel port.

  • Page 47

    Using the Web Interface 1 Power-up the Switch. This takes approximately one minute. 2 Open a suitable Web browser and enter the IP address of your Switch in the Address field. If there is no response, wait for one minute then re-enter the IP address.

  • Page 48

    Setup and then follow the wizard through various system screens to enter the IP address and subnet mask that you want the Switch to use when it is connected to the network. The final page displays a summary of the information entered.

  • Page 49: Viewing Automatically Configured Ip Information

    Switch as the configuration is not saved automatically when the Switch is powered down. The initial set up of your Switch is now complete and the Switch is ready for you to set up your chosen management method. See “Methods of Managing a Switch”...

  • Page 50: Using 3com Network Director, Connecting To The Console Port

    IP information that has been automatically allocated to the Switch. Most DHCP and BootP servers allow static IP addresses to be configured so that you know what IP address the Switch will be given. Refer to the documentation that accompanies your DHCP or BootP server.

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    4 Enter display ip interface br to view a summary of allocated IP addresses. The initial set up of your Switch is now complete and the Switch is ready for you to set up your chosen management method. See “Methods of Managing a Switch”...

  • Page 52: Setting Up Command Line Interface Management, User Interface Overview, Cli Management Via The Console Port

    Overview manage the port data. There are two types of user interfaces: AUX User Interface — used to log in to your Switch via the console port. A fabric can have up to eight AUX user interfaces. VTY User Interface — used to Telnet to the Switch. The Switch can have up to five VTY user interfaces.

  • Page 53: Setting Up Command Line Interface Management Using Ssh

    If the login prompt does not display immediately, press Return a few times until it starts. 6 If you have logged on correctly, the Switch you wish to manage is displayed as <4500> (as shown in l on page 45).

  • Page 54: Setting Up Web Interface Management, Pre-requisites

    5 Open an SSH session and access the Switch using the Switch’s IP address and port number. The first time you connect to the switch the client will ask you to confirm that the host key is correct for the device.

  • Page 55: Web Management Over The Network, Setting Up Snmp Management V1 Or V2

    If you get an error message, check that your IP information has been entered correctly and the Switch is powered up. 3 Open your web browser and enter the IP address of the Switch that you wish to manage in the URL locator, for example, in the following format: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx...

  • Page 56: Pre-requisites, Default Users And Passwords

    Passwords command line interface, or to change the default passwords, you need to log in with a valid user name and password. The Switch has three default user names, and each user name has a different password and level of access.

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    [4500]local-user admin <cr> [4500-luser-admin]password simple xxxxxxxx (where xxxxxxxx is your chosen password). Save the configuration in the User View. For information on the lost password procedure please refer to the Configuration Guide that is supplied with your Switch.

  • Page 58

    3: S HAPTER ETTING P FOR ANAGEMENT...

  • Page 59: How To Interconnect Units

    You can use the display version command to check this. 2 Enable the ‘up port’ and the ‘down port’ on each Switch to operate in stack mode using the following CLI command. From the System View enter stack-port gigabitethernet 1/0/51 enable, for example.

  • Page 60: Guidelines For Interconnecting Units

    = unit number, y = module number (in the case of the Switch 4500 this will always be 0), z = port number. 3 Connect the stack-enabled ‘up’ port on one Switch 4500 unit to the stack-enabled ‘down’...

  • Page 61: Unit Numbering Within The Stack

    ■ Figure 20 Unit Numbering When a stack is created using the Switch 4500 the unit numbering can within the Stack be determined in two ways. ■ 3Com recommends that you manually assign the unit IDs within the stack if you wish to have predictability of knowing which units have which IDs at all times.

  • Page 62

    4: C HAPTER REATING A TACK Renumbering only occurs when the stack is next power cycled if the units are configured to auto-number. The unit LEDs will display the unit number in the stack, from 1 to 8. If you are having problems, refer to “Solving Stack Formation Problems” on page 69.

  • Page 63

    ROBLEM This chapter helps you to diagnose and solve problems you may have with the operation of your Switch. There is also an explanation of IP addressing and upgrading software. The topics covered are: Solving Problems Indicated by LEDs ■...

  • Page 64: Solving Problems Indicated By Leds

    HAPTER ROBLEM OLVING Solving Problems If the LEDs on the Switch indicate a problem, refer to the list of suggested Indicated by LEDs solutions below. The PWR LED does not light Check that the power cable is firmly connected to the Switch and to the supply outlet.

  • Page 65: Solving Hardware Problems

    Fan failure could potentially reduce the lifetime of the Switch. The monitoring system polls the fan status at periodic intervals while the unit is powered up. If one fan has failed in the Switch, a warning message will be generated in the following ways: ■...

  • Page 66

    3Com. Error message indicating that the SFP transceiver is invalid The Switch has identified that the SFP does not meet the minimum requirements for the Switch and has disabled the port. To correct this problem, completely remove the SFP and replace it with a 3Com approved SFP.

  • Page 67: Solving Communication Problems

    IP Addressing To be managed correctly, each device on your network (for example a Switch or Hub) must have a unique IP address. IP addresses have the format n.n.n.n where n is a decimal number between 0 and 255. An example IP address is 192.168.100.8.

  • Page 68

    ‘in house’ only. A device is connected to a Switch 4500 PWR but power is not being supplied If power is not being supplied to a device connected to a Switch 4500 PWR, you should do the following checks: ■...

  • Page 69: Solving Stack Formation Problems

    Solving Stack If you are having problems with correctly forming a stack, first ensure that Formation Spanning Tree is enabled. If it is enabled, do the following: Problems 1 Power off all units in the stack. 2 Check all the cable connections in the stack. 3 Check the ports have been enabled as stack ports.

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    5: P HAPTER ROBLEM OLVING...

  • Page 71

    PGRADING This chapter describes how to upgrade software to your Switch 4500. It covers the following topics: The Contents of the Executable File ■ Upgrading from the Command Line Interface ■ Upgrading from the Bootrom Interface ■ Bootrom Upgrade ■...

  • Page 72: The Contents Of The Executable File, Upgrading From The Command Line Interface, Introduction

    The flash space needed for the new files is approximately 5.5 MB. 1 To check the contents of the flash, logon to your Switch either via a telnet connection or directly via the console to display the User View in the CLI and enter the following: dir unit1>flash:...

  • Page 73

    To delete files from the list for the remaining units in a fabric, replace unit1 with unit2 (on the next line) and so on for each Switch in the fabric. 4 The /unreserved option will cause the file to be deleted from both the flash and the recycle-bin.

  • Page 74: Backup, Tftp

    Replace unit1 with unit2 and so on for each Switch in the fabric. 3 To back up the Web user interface file on each Switch in the fabric, enter: copy unit1>flash:/s3p03_01_00.web unit1>flash:/030100http.zip Replace unit1 with unit2 and so on for each Switch in the fabric.

  • Page 75

    Replace unit2 with unit3 and so on for each Switch in the fabric. 3 To copy the new Web user interface file to each Switch in the fabric, enter: copy unit1>flash:/ Replace unit2 with unit3 and so on for each Switch in the fabric.

  • Page 76

    OFTWARE To set the remaining Switches in the fabric to boot from the new software, replace unit1 with unit2 and so on for each Switch in the fabric. 2 To set the Switch to load the new bootrom firmware, enter: boot bootrom unit1>flash:/s3o002_012_000.btm...

  • Page 77: Xmodem (via The Console Cable)

    FTP: 10986 byte(s) received in 8.046 second(s) 1000.00 byte(s)/sec. 3 Enter quit to exit. XModem (via the To upgrade software to your Switch via XModem do the following: console cable) 1 From the User View, enter: xmodem get unit1>flash:/3ComOScfg.def The following information is displayed:...

  • Page 78: Upgrading From The Bootrom Interface, Introduction

    This section describes how to upgrade your Switch from the Bootrom Bootrom Interface Interface. Introduction When the Switch is running the initial boot phase via the console, the following prompt is displayed with a five second countdown timer: Press CTRL-B to enter Boot Menu... 4 followed by a password prompt:...

  • Page 79

    This option displays all the files in flash and also indicates the file that the Switch is currently set to boot from (marked with an asterix). A ‘b’ by the file number indicates the file is a backup boot file.

  • Page 80: Tftp

    Load File name: Switch IP address: Server IP address: 3 Enter the file name, Switch IP address and Server IP address to display the following: Are you sure to download file to flash? Yes or No(Y/N) 4 Enter y and the following information is displayed to indicate the file is...

  • Page 81: Xmodem

    Server IP address: FTP User Name: FTP User Password: 3 Enter the file name, Switch IP address, Server IP address and FTP user name and password to display the following: Are you sure to download file to flash? Yes or No(Y/N)

  • Page 82: Bootrom Upgrade

    6 Repeat steps 1 to 5 for each of the remaining files. Bootrom Upgrade This section describes how to indicate which file the Switch is to boot from once the software has been loaded. 1 From the Boot menu, select option 2 to display the following: Select applicaton file to boot: 1.

  • Page 83: Via Tftp

    Load File name: Switch IP address: Server IP address: 3 Enter the file name, Switch IP address and Server IP address to display the following: Are you sure to update your bootrom? Yes or No(Y/N) 4 Enter y and the following information is displayed to indicate the file is...

  • Page 84: Bootrom Upgrade Via Xmodem

    Server IP address: FTP User Name: FTP User Password: 3 Enter the file name, Switch IP address, Server IP address, FTP user name and password to display the following: Are you sure to update your bootrom? Yes or No(Y/N) 4 Enter y and the following information is displayed to indicate the file is...

  • Page 85

    4 Press Enter to start the download. The following information is displayed: Now please start transfer file with XMODEM protocol If you want to exit, Press <Ctrl+X> Loading ...CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC 5 As the file is downloading, start the XModem send file process with terminal emulation software, such as Microsoft Hyperterminal.

  • Page 86

    6: U HAPTER PGRADING OFTWARE...

  • Page 87: Null Modem Cable, Pc-at Serial Cable

    Null Modem Cable RJ-45 to RS-232 25-pin Switch 4500 Cable connector: RJ-45 female PC-AT Serial Cable RJ-45 to 9-pin Switch 4500 Cable connector: RJ-45 female OUTS Screen Shell Ground Screen Shell Ground PC/Terminal Cable connector: 25-pin male/female only required if screen...

  • Page 88: Modem Cable, Ethernet Port Rj-45 Pin Assignments

    PPENDIX OUTS Modem Cable RJ-45 to RS-232 25-pin Ethernet Port RJ-45 10/100 and 1000BASE-T RJ-45 connections. Pin Assignments Table 10 Pin assignments Switch 4500 Cable connector: RJ-45 female Screen Shell Ground Pin Number 10/100 Ports configured as MDI Transmit Data + Transmit Data –...

  • Page 89

    Table 11 Pin assignments Pin Number 10/100 Ports configured as MDIX Receive Data + Receive Data - Transmit Data + Not assigned Not assigned Transmit Data – Not assigned Not assigned Ethernet Port RJ-45 Pin Assignments 1000 Bidirectional Data B+ Bidirectional Data B- Bidirectional Data A+ Bidirectional Data A-...

  • Page 90

    A: P PPENDIX OUTS...

  • Page 91: Switch 4500 (26 Port)

    Switch 4500 (26 Port) Physical Dimensions Environmental Requirements Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Standards Safety Agency Certifications Emissions Immunity Power Consumption Heat Dissipation Power Supply Line Frequency Input Voltage Current Rating ECHNICAL PECIFICATIONS Height: 44 mm (1.7 in.) x Width: 440 mm (17.3 in.) x Depth: 274 mm (10.8 in.) Weight: 4.4kg (9.72 Ibs)

  • Page 92: Switch 4500 (50 Port)

    B: T PPENDIX ECHNICAL PECIFICATIONS Switch 4500 (50 Port) Physical Dimensions Environmental Requirements Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Standards Safety Agency Certifications Emissions Immunity Power Consumption Heat Dissipation Power Supply Line Frequency Input Voltage Current Rating Height: 44 mm (1.7 in.) x Width: 440 mm (17.3 in.) x Depth: 274 mm (10.8 in.) Weight: 4.7kg (10.9 lbs)

  • Page 93: Switch 4500 Pwr (26 Port)

    Switch 4500 PWR (26 Port) Physical Dimensions Environmental Requirements Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Standards Safety Agency Certifications Emissions Immunity Power Consumption Heat Dissipation Power Supply Line Frequency Input Voltage Current Rating Input Voltage Current Rating Characteristics Height: 44 mm (1.7 in.) x Width: 440 mm (17.3 in.) x Depth: 274 mm (10.8 in.) Weight: 4.4kg (9.72 Ibs)

  • Page 94: Switch 4500 Pwr (50 Port)

    B: T PPENDIX ECHNICAL PECIFICATIONS Switch 4500 PWR (50 Port) Physical Dimensions Environmental Requirements Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Operating Humidity Standards Safety Agency Certifications Emissions Immunity Power Consumption Heat Dissipation Power Supply Line Frequency Input Voltage Current Rating Input Voltage...

  • Page 95: Earthing Lead

    Standards Supported Safety Requirements Emissions Immunity Output Specifications Earthing Lead Safety Requirements Voltage Rating Insulation Thickness Insulation Colour SNMP SNMP protocol (RFC 1157) MIB-II (RFC 1213) Bridge MIB (RFC 1493) RMON MIB II (RFC 2021) Remote Monitoring MIB (RFC 1757) MAU MIB (RFC 2239) MIB II Traps (RFC 1215) RS232 (RFC 1659)

  • Page 96

    B: T PPENDIX ECHNICAL PECIFICATIONS...

  • Page 97: Register Your Product, Purchase Value-added Services

    Register Your Warranty and other service benefits start from the date of purchase, so it Product is important to register your product quickly to ensure you get full use of the warranty and other service benefits available to you. Warranty and other service benefits are enabled through product registration.

  • Page 98: Troubleshoot Online, Access Software Downloads, Telephone Technical Support And Repair

    C: O PPENDIX BTAINING Troubleshoot You will find support tools posted on the 3Com web site at Online http://www.3com.com/ 3Com Knowledgebase helps you troubleshoot 3Com products. This query-based interactive tool is located at http://knowledgebase.3com.com solutions written by 3Com support engineers. Access Software Software Updates are the bug fix / maintenance releases for the version Downloads...

  • Page 99: Contact Us

    To send a product directly to 3Com for repair, you must first obtain a return authorization number (RMA). Products sent to 3Com, without authorization numbers clearly marked on the outside of the package, will be returned to the sender unopened, at the sender’s expense. If your product is registered and under warranty, you can obtain an RMA number online at need to apply for a user name and password.

  • Page 100

    C: O PPENDIX BTAINING UPPORT FOR YOUR Country Telephone Number Austria 01 7956 7124 Belgium 070 700 770 Denmark 7010 7289 Finland 01080 2783 France 0825 809 622 Germany 01805 404 747 Hungary 06800 12813 Ireland 1407 3387 Israel 1800 945 3794 Italy 199 161346 You can also obtain support in this region using the following URL:...

  • Page 101

    RJ45 88 serial cable 87 pin-outs 87 ports 15 power over ethernet (PoE) 30 power socket 19 powering-up a Switch 4500 32 problem solving 63, 71 communication problems 67 hardware problems 65 IP addressing 65 LEDs 64 redundant power supply (RPS) 24...

  • Page 102

    NDEX power 19 specifications, system 91 SSH 53 Switch automatic setup 49 Switch 4500 dimensions 91 features 13 power socket 19 powering-up 32 size 91 weight 91 XRN Distributed Fabric 59 system specifications 91 troubleshooting 63, 71 upgrading software bootrom 78...

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