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XG0224 Hardware Guide Preface You have purchased the XG0224, a compact, 24 port 1 Gigabit Ethernet layer 2 switch that achieves unsurpassed standards of high throughput and low-latency performance. This manual explains the procedures required to install your XG0224 and should be read and understood before you start using your XG0224.
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Safety ..................................14 High safety ................................14 Laser Safety ................................15 Notes on Rack Mounting and Connecting a Powerstrip ..................15 About Fujitsu's Green Products ..........................15 Notes on Use ..............................16 Chapter 1 Getting Started ..................17 Items in the Package, Descriptions and Functions ................18 1.1.1...
XG0224 Hardware Guide Contents Connecting to a Setup PC ........................41 Time Setting ............................44 Set up IP address ............................45 Index..........................46...
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Safety and Installation Guide This manual describes the safety and installation. XG0224 Hardware Guide (This manual) This manual describes the hardware of the XG0224. User’s Guide This manual describes a variety of operations and procedures, including the installation and maintenance of the XG Series.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Safety Precautions About Warning Descriptions This manual contains precautions that must be taken in order to use this device safely and prevent personal injury or property damage. Please fully understand the meanings and contents of the following descriptions and symbols when reading this manual.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Always follow the instructions for safe use of this device. Indicates that improper use can cause Warning severe damage to person, resulting in serious injury or death. Warnings Do not disassemble, dismantle, modify or Make sure to ground.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Indicates that improper use can cause light or moderate injury. Caution In addition, this symbol indicates a chance of damage to this device and other connected equipment. Cautions Do not touch this device for more than one Avoid looking at the light source (e.g.
Under certain conditions, twisted pair cables can become charged with static electricity. Connecting a statically charged twisted pair cable to the XG0224 can cause the device or its LAN port to operate falsely or to become damaged. Use a static removal tool to discharge twisted pair cables to ground prior to connecting them to the XG0224.
Do not use the XG0224 for High Safety Required applications without otherwise ensuring the safety level required. Fujitsu and its related companies assume no liability whatsoever for damages arising from use of the XG0224 by the user in High Safety Required applications, and for any claims or compensation for damages by the user or a third party.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Laser Safety The XG0224 may be installed with optical transceiver modules (SFP and/or SFP+ modules), which emit invisible laser light. In the USA, these optical modules are certified as Class 1 laser products that conform to the requirements of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regulation 21 CFR, Subchapter J.
Customers are required to store and maintain configuration information for the device, after the configuration is complete. The configuration information can be used by Fujitsu or Fujitsu’s certified support engineer to restore configurations in case of failure. Unless the configuration information is available, it may cause difficulties and delays for the support engineer to restore the device, Please backup the configuration information on a timely manner and always maintain it up to date.
Chapter 1 Getting Started This chapter lists the items that should be in the product package, and describes the names and functions of the various components. Items in the Package, Descriptions and Functions ........18 1.1.1 Parts List.
• XG0224 The XG0224 Secure Switch. • Power Cable Cable to connect the XG0224 to an AC power source. • Console cable adapter (RJ45 to Serial Adapter) Straight cable with RJ-45 to D-SUB9 Converter Adapter. • Rack Mounting Brackets (Qty 2) A metal fitting which attaches to the back side of the rack to fix the switch onto the rack.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.1.2 Port Side SFP Slots Expansion Slot Console Port 10/100/1000BASE-T Ports • Console Port In order to set and operate the switch, use the console cable adapter and D-SUB9pin cross cable included in this package to connect to the PC.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started LED Details Link/Act/Speed 21 SFP 23 SFP Ready Check 21 Link/Act 23 Link/Act Error Flash 22 SFP 24 SFP Ext.PSU 22 Link/Act 24 Link Act • Ready LED Indicates the operational state of the switch. • Error LED Indicates a compact flash mount/access error occurred.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started LED Functions / Behaviors LED Name State Status Ready Green Switch has started up correctly Green Blinking Switch is running a Power On Self Test (POST) or running from the backup firmware image (*)
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.1.3 Power Inlet Side MAC Address Label Product Manufacturing Label Firmware Label Power Inlet Reset Switch Compact Flash Card Slot Redundant PSU Connector Dump Switch • Power Inlet AC power inlet for the power cable provided. • Product Manufacturing Label This indicates the model name, serial number, manufacturing date and Class 1 Laser Product, etc..
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.1.4 Top Surface Warning Label • Warning Label This label describes the safety measures you should take when using this product. Items in the Package, Descriptions and Functions...
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started Options 1.2.1 SFP Modules SFP modules (100BASE-FX/1000BASE-SX/1000BASE-LX/1000BASE-ZX/1000BASE-BX-D/1000BASE-BX-U) can be used. Precautions • Turn the switch power off to install a SFP module. • SFP modules can not be installed in the optional SFP+ extension card.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started 1.2.4 Expansion Card The following describes the available expansion card options. The optional expansion card is installed in the expansion slot on the port side of the switch. The following details the functions/behaviors of each type of expansion card.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 1 Getting Started CX4 Expansion Card CX4 Link/Act LEDs CX4 Ports • CX4 Link/Act LEDs Indicates CX4 port link status / communication status. • CX4 Ports Connect to 10G Ethernet NW equipment using CX4 cable. LED Display Content LED Name...
Chapter 2 Installation This chapter describes how to install the switch and connect it to Console PC. Requirements for Installation Environment ..........28 2.1.1 Installation Requirements .
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Requirements for Installation Environment Before installing the switch, please check the following: • Make sure that the switch and all the other options shown in this document are available for installation. • All the cables comply with the specifications of the interface connectors.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Installation Condition Check List Check the following items. Check Item Check Result Nothing is put on the switch. Vents are not obstructed. The switch is not located on the table or not stuck on another switch.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation 2.1.2 Space Requirements When installing the switch and providing maintenance, ensure the space below is maintained. Ensuring the Space for Installation (Maintenance) of the Switch When installing the switch and providing maintenance, ensure the space below is maintained.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Installation This section describes how to install the switch. 2.2.1 Installation of the Switch The following describes how to install. Installation on 19” Rack The switch can be installed and operated in the EIA standard 19” rack.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Put rack mounting brackets on the switch using M3 Countersunk Screws (Qty 8). Two ways below are possible for putting on rack mounting brackets. [STANDARD] [OFFSET] M3 Countersunk M3 Countersunk Screws Screws Rack Mounting Brackets Rack Mounting Brackets Precautions When putting on rack mounting brackets, make sure to use special screws included in the 19” rack brackets set. If other screws are used, it may break.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation 2.2.2 Installation of Extension Card The extension cards can be installed to the switch as optional. Below describes how to install each extension card. Installation of SFP+ Extension Card / CX4 Extension Card Below describes the case of SFP+ Extension card.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Removing SFP+ Extension Card / CX4 Extension Card Turn off the power of the switch. Caution If the extension card is removed when the power is on, the Check LED will light up and the switch will go into trouble state.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Connecting the Equipment We recommend discharging static electricity of twisted pair cable before connecting it to the switch. Also see below for how to install the compact flash card. 2.3.1 Discharging Twisted Pair Cable Discharge static electricity of the twisted pair cable through the ground wire cable (ground wire for power supply, buildings, etc.) using static electricity removal tool, before connecting twisted pair cable to the switch.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Cleaning of Optical Connector Remove the connector guard cap of optical fiber part, and check the connector end face. If the end face is not clean, clean it with a reel type fiber cleaner.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation 2.3.3 Connecting Twisted Pair Cable / SFP Module / SFP+ Module / CX4 Cable The following describes how to connect twisted pair cable, SFP module, SFP+ module, and CX4 cable. Use straight cable when connecting with routers and terminals. Use crossing cable in case of cascading connection with other switching HUBs with transmission mode at fixed setting other than auto negotiation.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Connecting SFP Module Firmly install SFP module to SFP slot and lock module to the switch. 100BASE-FX/ SFP module 1000BASE-SX/1000BASE-LX/ 1000BASE-ZX/1000BASE-BX-D/ 1000BASE-BX-U Caution Make sure to turn off the power when inserting and pulling out the SFP module.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Connecting SFP+ Module Firmly install SFP+ module to SFP+ slot and lock module to the switch. SFP+ module Caution Make sure to turn off the power when inserting and pulling out the SFP+ module. Precautions •...
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Connecting CX4 Cable Firmly install CX4 cable to CX4 expansion card port and lock the cable. CX4 Cable Precautions • Make sure to firmly insert the cable straight from behind. • When bending the cable, make sure that the diameter of the bent cable does not become somaller than 10cm.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Connecting to a Setup PC This is to connect a set up PC to the console port of the switch using RS232C cable. Necessary Hardware / Software Please prepare the hardware & software specified below to connect to the switch.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Turn on the Power Caution • Please use the power cable included in this product. Also, please do NOT use this power cable on other products. • If the power outlet does not match with the power cable plug, please use the change plug adapter.
XG0224 Hardware Guide Chapter 2 Installation Prepare a Setup PC Log on using the terminal software. Start up the terminal software by using the set up PC. Set the setting conditions to the following; Item Setting Start Bit Data Bit...
When setting time and date to be “Jan1, 2011 12:30:00am” type in command # date 2011/01/01.12:30:00 XG0224# configure Switch to Configuration mode. XG0224(config)# time zone -0500 When setting time zone to be “-0500“. XG0224(config)# commit Apply the configuration. XG0224(config)# save Save the configuration.
Eg. When setting the switch through www browser or installing a firmware from the initial state of the purchase. The following commands show how to set up the IP address (ex. 192.168.1.1). Command XG0224# configure XG0224(config)# lan 0 ip address 192.168.1.1/24 3 XG0224(config)# lan 0 vlan 1 XG0224(config)# commit XG0224(config)# exit...
XG0224 Hardware Guide Index Index Number 10/100/1000BASE-T Port ........19 M3 Countersunk Screws .......... 18 MAC Address Label ..........22 CD-ROM ..............18 Check LED ............... 20 Options ..............24 Communication Software ......... 41 Compact Flash ............24 Compact Flash Card ..........40 Port Side ..............
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