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Motorola 68230 - Vanguard 300 DSU/CSU Notice

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Vanguard 300/305 Operator's Guide
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    Unpublished - rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. Proprietary Material Information and software in this document are proprietary to Motorola Inc. (or its Suppliers) and without the express prior permission of an officer of Motorola Inc., may not be copied, reproduced, disclosed to others, published, or used, in whole or in part, for any purpose other than that for which it is being made available.

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    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician to help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Motorola could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.

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    Series Documentation Kit, which includes the 6500 Series Introduction Manual and the 6500 Series Configuration and Administration Manual. Audience This manual is intended for operators of the Motorola Vanguard 300/305 FRAD. Software Revision Level The Vanguard 300 runs Release 4.33 or higher releases of operating software. The Vanguard 305 runs Release 4.49 or higher.

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    Related Documentation The following documentation is not provided with the Motorola Vanguard 300/305; it can be ordered separately. You should familiarize yourself with the 6500 Series documentation before you use the Vanguard Series. To acquire any of these sets of documentation, refer to the following product...

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    Additional Related Documentation The following documents contain information related to the installation and operation of 65xx and Vanguard platforms: The 6500 Series Options and Protocols Binder (Part No. 09950) Vanguard Operator's Guides Vanguard 100 Operator's Guide (Part No. 09962, Rev A) Vanguard 200 Operator's Guide (Part No.

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    About the Vanguard 300/305 Overview The Vanguard 300/305 The Motorola Vanguard 300/305 Frame Relay Access Device (FRAD) provides serial devices with LAN Ethernet (Vanguard 300) or Token Ring (Vanguard 305) access into public or private Frame Relay networks. The FLASH-based Vanguard 300/305 is available in FRAD, mono FRAD, or duo FRAD configurations with either two or three serial ports and an abundant list of protocol choices.

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    Features Introduction This section describes Vanguard 300/305 hardware configurations and standard features. Configurations Options The Vanguard 300/305 is available in the following hardware configurations. This configuration: Offers... 300 Ethernet FRAD Ethernet port, V.24 port, CTP port. 300 Ethernet FRAD with Ethernet port, DSU daughtercard in Port 1, CTP port.

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    Standard Features The Vanguard 300/305 features 1, 2, or 3 port Serial FRAD functionality with LAN access to Frame Relay networks. All Vanguard 300/305 base units provide the following: Control Terminal Port (CTP) for configuration and management Dual link ability Optional DSU Optional ISDN Daughtercards Ethernet (Vanguard 300) or Token Ring (Vanguard 305) interface...

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    LAN Support The Vanguard 300 features an onboard Ethernet interface that supports both 10BaseT and AUI. The factory default is AUI. The Vanguard 305 features an onboard Token Ring interface. Support includes: 4 and 16 Mbps support Type 1 STP (DB-9) Type 3 UTP (RJ-45) Frame Relay &...

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    Sample Applications Figure 1-2 shows sample applications for the Vanguard 300/305. Figure 1-2. Vanguard 300/305 Sample Applications Hardware Introduction This section describes the Vanguard 300/305 hardware components. See the Software Release Notice (SRN) accompanying your Vanguard product for details on hardware platform bundles currently available. Components Vanguard 300/305 base units include the following components: A motherboard...

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    One Async port used for control port: § Vanguard 300: DECconnect connector § Vanguard 305: RJ45 connector Two MB FLASH, four MB DRAM See Figure 1-4 for a view of the Vanguard 300/305 rear panel. Motherboard The motherboard supports up to three serial interfaces. Serial Ports The Vanguard 300/305 is available with one or two serial ports, plus an optional third port for a daughtercard option (DSU, V.35 DIM site card, etc.).

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    DB25 Frame Maximum Selectable connector Relay async speed is 115.2 Supported kbps DIMs include V.11, V.35, Maximum V.24, V.36, sync speed Integral DSU is 384 kbps with INT clocks or 1536 to 2048 kbps with EXT clocks DB25 V.24 Async Maximum async speed is DCE...

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    Vanguard 305: Support Token 4 or 16 Token Ring includes: Ring Mbps (Default is 4 Mbps) Either one of the interfaces can be connected and operated, but simultaneously. Memory Two Mbytes of FLASH memory and four Mbytes of DRAM reside on the motherboard.

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    Example of the Vanguard 300/305 Front Panel Figure 1-3 shows the front panel of the Vanguard 300/305. Figure 1-3. Vanguard 300 /305 Front Panel Front Panel DIP Switch Definitions The six DIP switches on the front panel are defined as follows: Switch Switch Name Down...

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    Example of the Vanguard 300 Back Panel The Vanguard 300 back panel features the following connectors, as shown in Figure 1-4. Figure 1-4. Vanguard 300 Back Panel Example of the Vanguard 305 Back Panel The Vanguard 305 back panel features the following connectors, as shown in Figure 1-5.

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    09965-1, Rev B) for information on installing the operating software. FCC Part 68 and Telephone Company Procedures and Requirements for DSU Introduction Before the Motorola Vanguard 300/305 can be connected to the network, you must: Provide the local telephone company with the equipment's registration number Order the proper connections This information is for North America only.

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    Interface Type USOC Jack Service Code Facility Interface Connector Code 56-kbps digital interface RJ48S 6.0F 04DU5-56 Troubleshooting Your Connection If any of your equipment is not operating correctly, immediately remove it from the telephone line before it harms your network. If the telephone company notes the problem, they may temporarily disconnect your service.

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    Only trained, qualified technicians should perform procedures outlined in this guide. Motorola Vanguard 300/305 daughtercards and DIMs are sensitive to static discharge, which can damage components. Trained, qualified technicians will use proper handling and grounding precautions when handling a Motorola Vanguard 300/305 daughtercard or DIM.

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    Cable Clearance/Air Circulation To avoid overheating the unit's circuitry, you should never place anything on top of the unit, within 1 inch (2.5 cm) of the ventilation slots on the front panel, or within 12 inches (30.5 cm) of the back of the unit. Allow at least 12 inches (30.5 cm) in back of the unit for interfacing cable clearance and air circulation, as shown in Figure 2-1.

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    Unpacking What You Should Receive The Vanguard 300/305 is packaged in shock-absorbent packing material. Inside your shipping carton, you should find the following items: Vanguard 300/305 base unit Operator's Guide Telco cable for DSU (if ordered) How to Unpack the Vanguard 300/305 Follow these steps to unpack the Vanguard 300/305.

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    Motorola ISG representative. In the United States, contact: Motorola ISG, Customer Administration, 20 Cabot Blvd., Mansfield, MA 02048-1193, (508) 261-4000, Extension 4745. Outside the United States, contact the nearest Motorola ISG distributor.

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    After you unpack the Vanguard 300/305, you can connect the cabling to complete the installation. All Motorola Vanguard 300/305 devices should be used in environments designed for computers and electronic equipment. In areas susceptible to lightning, take precautions to prevent damage to electronic equipment. Contact your telephone company, or an electronic accessories vendor, for information on lightning protection equipment.

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    4) Ensure that 1 to 1-1/2 inches of the cable protrude from the bead (on the end you will install into the modem's rear panel connector). 5) Snap the bead closed. 6) Insert the cable into the appropriate connector (Port 4) on the rear of the Vanguard 300 (with the ferrite bead close to the Vanguard 300 rear panel connector).

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    Hardware Failure If the TEST light turns on and remains on, one or more of the diagnostic tests have failed, indicating there is a hardware problem. Contact Motorola ISG Customer Support for possible repairs to your Vanguard 300/305. Diagnostic Failure If the TEST light does not blink at all, but the Status light is on, the diagnostic software image is corrupted.

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    Connecting to the CTP Introduction This section describes how to connect to the CTP to configure your Vanguard 300/305. CTP Port There are 2 ways to access the CTP via direct connection: 1) If you connect a local terminal to Port 3 of the Vanguard, set the "CTP -> Port 3"...

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    Steps to Connect to the CTP Use the CTP for initial configuration, reporting, and troubleshooting. Follow these steps to connect to the CTP. Step Action Result Connect a local PC or terminal to If the APAD option is in your the CTP port (9600 baud, 8 bit software image, the * prompt characters, 1 stop bit, no parity) on...

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    Vanguard 300 CTP Cabling On the Vanguard 300, Port 4 uses a 6-pin modified modular jack (RJ-11/MMJ) as its connector (also referred to as a DECconnect connector). The cable can be a flat ribbon telephone cable with a recommended length of 6 to 10 feet. Vanguard 300 Cabling Pinouts The pinout on the connector follows: Signal...

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    Configuring the Vanguard 300/305 Overview This chapter contains sample applications you can use as a reference to configure your own Vanguard 300/305 applications. The following configurations show critical parameters only. You should be familiar with the 6500 Series configuration procedures before you configure a Vanguard 300/305.

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    Example of IPX Over Frame Relay Figure 3-1 shows the sample configuration for IPX over Frame Relay using RFC1294. Figure 3-1. IPX Over Frame Relay Node 100 Configuration Sequence Follow these steps to configure node 100 as shown in Figure 3-1.

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    Step Action Result/Description From the Configure menu, select Port. Then The Port record configure the following. appears. Prompt Enter Result/Description Port Number: Identifies port number 1 of this node. Port Type: Identifies an FRI interface port. Clock Identifies that the Source: clock will be generated from this...

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure LAN The LAN Connection -> LAN Connection Table. Then Connection Table configure the following. appears. Prompt Enter Result/Description Entry References this Number: table record. ROUT Specifies that the Forwarder LAN connection is Type: to pass routed traffic.

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure Router - The Parameters > Configure IPX -> Parameters. Then configure the record appears. following. Prompt Enter Result/Description Enable IPX: Enabled Enables overall routing of Internal Protocol Exchange (IPX) packets. Enables Novell workstations to connect to remote file and printer services.

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure LLC to The Frame Relay SDLC Tables -> Frame Relay Station Table. Then Station table configure the following appears. Prompt Enter Result/Description Entry References this Number: record. Frame Relay Identifies the Port Number: Frame Relay port this LLC-SDLC conversion station is connected to.

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    Chan: number of channels used for Permanent Virtual Circuits. No. of SVC Specifies the Chan: number of logical SVC channels on this port. Starting SVC Specifies the Chan: starting logical channel number for the SVCs on this link. Port Number: Identifies port number 1 of this node.

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    Port Number: Identifies the physical port position at the rear of the unit and is also the reference number for this record. The port number selected must be for a FRI port. Station Identifies the Number: station being configured. Station Type: BYPASS Bypass does not add packet or...

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    Step Action Result/Description From the Configure menu, select Port. Then The Port record configure the following. appears. Prompt Enter Result/Description Port Number: Identifies port number 1 of this node. Port Type: Identifies an FRI interface port. Clock Identifies that the Source: clock will be generated from this...

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure LAN The LAN Connection -> LAN Connection Table. Then Connection Table configure the following. appears. Prompt Enter Result/Description Entry References this Number: table record. ROUT Specifies that the Forwarder LAN connection is Type: to pass routed traffic.

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure XDLC The XDLC Port Stations. Then configure the following. Stations record appears. Prompt Enter Result/Description Port Number: Identifies port number 2 of this node. Station The number of the Number: station on the multidrop line. Station Type: SDLC Identifies the...

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure Router - The Parameters > Configure IPX -> Parameters. Then configure the record appears. following. Prompt Enter Result/Description Enable IPX: Enabled Enables overall routing of Internal Protocol Exchange (IPX) packets. Enables Novell workstations to connect to remote file and printer services.

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    From the Configure menu, select Configure Network The Mnemonic Services -> Mnemonic Table. Then configure the table appears. following Prompt Enter Result/Description Entry References this Number: table record. Mnemonic SDLC1001 Identifies the Name: mnemonic name Call 1000201 Identifies the Parameters: location to send the autocall.

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    Starting SVC Specifies the Chan: starting logical channel number for the SVCs on this link. Port Number: Identifies port number 1 of this node. Station Identifies the Number: station being configured. Station Type: BYPASS Bypass does not add packet or LAPB headers, meaning there is no reliability check,...

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    IP Over X.25 Introduction Figures 3-2 and 3-3 show an example of Ethernet Routing over X.25. What You Need to Configure Configure the following tables and records. For Node 100... For Nodes 200 and 300... Node record Node record LAN Connection Table LAN Connection Table Router Table Router Table...

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    Step Action Result/Description From the Configure menu, select Configure Router The Configure -> Configure Interface States. Then: Configure the Interface States following parameters: menu appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Interface #1 Enabled Enables the router State: interface. Interface #5 Enabled Enables the router State: interface.

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    Table. Then: Configure the following. Connection table appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry References this Number: table record. ROUT Specifies that the Forwarder LAN connection is Type: to pass routed traffic. Router Specifies a router Interface interface that is Number: using this LAN connection record.

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    From the Configure menu, select Route Selection. The Route Then: Configure the following. Selection table appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry References this Number: table record. Address: 10094 Identifies the address to be routed. LCON Identifies an Destination: internal LAN connection module. From the Configure menu, select Port record.

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    IExample of Node 200 and 300 Configuration Figure 3-3 shows the sample configuration for nodes 200 and 300. Figure 3-3. Nodes 200 and 300 Ethernet Routing Over X.25 Node 200 Configuration Sequence Follow these steps to configure Node 200 as shown in Figure 3-3.

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    Step Action Result/Description From the Configure menu, select LAN Connection The LAN Table. Then: Configure the following. Connection table appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry Number: References this node's table record. LAN Forwarder ROUT Specifies that the Type: LAN connection is to pass routed traffic.

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    From the Configure IP menu, select Interfaces. Then: The Interfaces Configure the following. menu appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry Number: References this table record. Interface Number: Identifies the router interface number being configured. IP Address: 219.2.83.200 Identifies the IP address associated with this interface.

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    Port Type: (Select Identifies an one of either Ethernet interface Ethernet or Token port. Ring) Identifies a Token Ring interface port. From the Configure menu, select Route Selection. Then: The Route Configure the following. Selection table appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry Number: References this table record.

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    Node 300 Configuration Sequence Step Action Result/Description From the Configure menu, select LAN Connection The LAN Table. Then: Configure the following. Connection table appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry Number: References this table record. LAN Forwarder ROUT Specifies that the Type: LAN connection is to pass routed traffic.

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    From the Configure IP menu, select Interfaces. Then: The Interfaces Configure the following. menu appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry Number: References this table record. Interface Identifies the router Number: interface number being configured. IP Address: 219.3.83.23 Identifies the IP address associated with this interface.

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    From the Configure menu, select Route Selection. Then: The Route Configure the following. Selection table appears. Prompt: Enter: Result/Description Entry Number: References this table record. Address: 100* Identifies the address to be routed. #1 Destination: Identifies Port 1 of this node.

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    Only trained, qualified technicians should perform the procedures outlined in this chapter. Motorola Vanguard 300/305 daughtercards and DIMs are sensitive to static discharge, which can damage components. Use proper handling and grounding precautions when handling a Motorola Vanguard 300/305 daughtercard or DIM.

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    Example of Removing the Front Panel Figure 4-1 shows how to remove the front panel. Figure 4-1. Removing the Front Panel Example of Releasing Locking Clips Figure 4-2 shows how to release the plastic locking clips at the bottom of the standalone unit.

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    Steps to Strap Ethernet Card Follow these steps to set Ethernet strapping. Step Action Remove the enclosure. Remove the rear filler panel above the daughtercard. Remove the two screws attaching the daughtercard panel to the rear panel of the Vanguard 300. Remove one screw attaching the daughtercard to the standoff on the motherboard.

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    Adding or Replacing Optional Components Introduction You can upgrade and replace components on the Vanguard 300/305 processor card. This section provides instructions for the following: DIMs (Data Interface Modules) and DIM Site daughtercards DRAM and Data Compression SIMMs (Single In- line Memory Modules) DSU daughtercards ISDN daughtercards Vanguard 300/305 cards and their components are sensitive to static discharge,...

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    DIP Switch Settings The following tables describe DIP switch settings for DIM configurations. Set Switch V.24 DIM V.11,V.35, V.36 DIMs Example of DIM Dip Switch Settings Figure 4-7 shows the DIM DIP switch settings on the motherboard. Figure 4-7. DIM Dip Switch Settings...

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    Example of DIM Replacement on Motherboard DIMs may be replaced in the field, as shown in Figure 4-8, using the same DIM removal strap used for the 6500 Series products. Figure 4-8. DIM Replacement on Motherboard Adding or Replacing a DIM Site Daughtercard Introduction This section describes how to add or replace a DIM Site daughtercard.

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    DIM Site Daughtercard Figure 4-9 shows a DIM Site daughtercard. Figure 4-9. DIM Site Daughtercard Before You Add/Replace DIM SIte Daughtercard Power down and disconnect the Vanguard 300/305 before you add or replace a DIM daughtercard.

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    Steps to Add/Replace DIM Site Daughtercard Follow these steps: Step Action Unplug the power cord from the primary power source and remove interface cables and power cables. Open front panel door by using a downward motion to pull it toward you and off.

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    Strapping the DIM Site Daughtercard Overview This section describes how to strap the DIM Site daughtercard. Strapping the DIM Daughtercard The strapping on the DIM daughtercard typically comes configured from the factory in Ring Indicator mode, which causes pin 22 on the DB25 connector to indicate the presence of an incoming call to the attached DTE.

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    Example of Strapping the DIM Site Daughtercard Figure 4-11 shows the strapping for the DIM Site. Figure 4-11. Strapping DIM Site Daughtercard Example...

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    Description of DIM Daughtercard Strapping Figure 4-12 describes the strapping and DIP switch settings for the DIM Site daughtercard. Figure 4-12. DIM Daughtercard Strapping Description Adding or Replacing DRAM and Data Compression SIMMs Overview The Vanguard 300/305 processor card comes with 4Mbytes of RAM on the card. You can obtain additional DRAM to be inserted on your Vanguard 300/305 motherboard.

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    U73 and U69 are marked on the surface of the motherboard, just below the SIMM slots. The SIMMs are different sizes, so you cannot install the SIMMs in the incorrect slots. Procedure to Install SIMMs Use the following procedure to install SIMMs. Step Action Insert the SIMM into a slot at a slight angle as shown in 4-14.

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    Procedure to Remove SIMMs Use the following procedure to remove SIMMs. Step Action Disengage the locking tabs by pushing them outward and, at the same time, press against the side with the chips so the SIMM disengages from the locking tabs. Lift out the SIMM.

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    DSU Daughtercard Figure 4-15 shows the DSU daughtercard. Figure 4-15. DSU Daughtercard Before You Add/Replace DSU Daughtercard Power down and disconnect the Vanguard 300/305 before you add or replace a DSU daughtercard.

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    Steps to Replace a DSU Daughtercard Follow these steps: Step Action Unplug the power cord from the primary power source and remove interface cables and power cables. Remove the top cover and front panel of the Vanguard base unit. Remove the daughtercard mounting screw that attaches the daughtercard to the board.

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    Example of Adding/Replacing a DSU Daughtercard Figure 4-16 shows how to add or replace a DSU daughtercard on a Vanguard 300/305. Figure 4-16. Replacing the DSU Daughtercard DSU Configuration Parameters Inapplicable to DSU The following configuration parameters are not applicable when configuring a DSU option: Clock Speed Connection Type...

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    DSU Reporting Introduction CTP reporting of information differs for the DSU daughtercard in terms of input signaling. Use the CTP "Monitor" function from the Main menu to view these signals. Note: "L" stands for "Signal Low" and "H" is "Signal High". Differences in CTP Reporting of Input Signals Input Signal Function...

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    Differences in CTP Reporting of Output Signals Use the CTP "Monitor" function from the Main menu to view these signals. Input Signal Function RS (Reset) Resets the DSU option hardware. Normal operating state is "H." LL (Local Loopback) When "L", the DSU hardware is locally looping data back to the Vanguard hardware.

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    DSU Troubleshooting Introduction Use the following information to help troubleshoot potential installation problems. Potential Installation Problems Installation problems may include the following: Improper telephone company interface connection Incorrect DSU port Clock Source option No signal from telephone company interface CTP-Derived Information The following information may be derived from the CTP.

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    Adding or Replacing an ISDN Daughtercard Introduction The ISDN daughtercard provides an RJ45 connector on Port 1 and comes installed from the factory if you ordered the ISDN option when you ordered your Vanguard 300/305. Packaging The following items will be enclosed in the Vanguard ISDN daughtercard package: 1 - Vanguard Daughtercard Installation Instructions 1 - Vanguard Daughtercard...

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    ISDN Daughtercard Compatibility Use the following table to verify that your ISDN daughtercard is compatible with your Vanguard: Platform Platform Version ISDN Daughtercard Part Numbers Vanguard 100 71955G01 Rev B and up U card: 72291G01 S card: 72300G01 Vanguard 300 72005G11 Rev A and up U card: 72291G01 S card: 72300G01...

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    Steps to Add or Replace an ISDN Daughtercard Follow these steps: Step Action Unplug the power cord from the primary power source and remove interface cables and power cables. Remove the top cover and front panel of the Vanguard (see Figure 4-4.) Check the serial number on the surface of the daughtercard, and on the surface of the motherboard to verify compatibility (see the "ISDN Daughtercard Compatibility"...

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    Adding/Replacing the ISDN Daughtercard Figure 4-16 shows how to replace the ISDN daughtercard. Figure 4-18. Replacing the ISDN Daughtercard Back Panel with the ISDN Daughtercard Figure 4-19 shows the back panel of the Vanguard after you have installed the ISDN daughtercard. Figure 4-19.

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    ISDN Interface RJ45 Connector The following table shows the pinouts for the RJ45 ISDN U and S/T interface connection cable: U Card S Card Name Function Name Function Battery Status No connection PS 3 + No connection Battery Status No connection PS 3 - No connection No connection...

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    ISDN Cable Connection Figure 4-20 shows how to connect the ISDN Cable to the ISDN daughtercard. Figure 4-20. Connecting the ISDN Cable Do not attach the ISDN Cable until the daughtercard is installed in the Vanguard chassis, and the unit is completely reassembled.

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    Specifications and Requirements Introduction This section describes the physical and environmental specifications and power requirements for the Vanguard 300/305. Environmental The following environmental specifications must be adhered to: Operating temperature: 32 to 10 F maximum ( to 4 °C maximum) Storage temperature: -4 to +15 °F (-4 to +7 °C)

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    Physical Vanguard 300/305 physical measurements include: Height: 3 inches (7.6 cm) Width: 8.5 inches (21.6 cm) Depth: 16 inches (40.6 cm) Weight Weight specifications include: Vanguard 300/305 base 6.9 lb (3.2 kg) DSU daughtercard 0.25 lb (0.2 kg) DIM Site daughtercard 0.25 lb (0.2 kg) ISDN daughtercard 0.25 lb (0.2 kg...

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