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    Avaya Installation and Maintenance Guide P460 VAYA ULTILAYER ODULAR WITCH OFTWARE ERSION February 2003...

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    Operating Safety ....................3 Required Tools ....................4 Environmental Prerequisites ................4 Chassis Component Location................6 Installing the P460 on a Table Top ..............7 Rack Mounting ....................7 P460 Rack mounting procedure: ............9 Cable Guide Installation ................. 10 PSU (Power Supply Unit) Installation ............

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 7 Establishing Switch Access ................41 Introduction ...................... 41 Establishing a Console Connection with the P460 ........41 Establishing a Telnet Connection with the Switch (Inband)...... 42 Inband Interface Connection CLI Commands ........42 Establishing a Telnet Connection with the Switch (Outband) ....43...

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    Table of Contents Outband Interface Connection CLI Commands ......44 Redundant Outband Connections ............. 45 Establishing a PPP via Modem Connection with the P460 (Sideband) ... 46 Overview ....................46 Sideband (PPP) Interface CLI Commands ........46 Setting Up Sideband (PPP) Connection Configuration ....47 Chapter 8 Avaya MSNM P460 Manager.................

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    Chapter 15 Specifications ....................79 Physical ......................79 Power Requirements..................80 MPS4603-AC Power Supply ............80 Components ................80 Environmental ....................80 Safety ........................80 EMC Emissions....................81 Immunity ....................81 Transportation ..................81 Catalog Numbers ..................... 82 Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    ACT and OPR LED Summary ..........35 Table 6.2 Sample Power Budget Calculation .......... 40 Table 9.1 Access Level Descriptions............55 Table 10.1 Default System Parameters............61 Table 15.1 Avaya P460 Catalog Numbers ..........82 Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    List of Tables Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 9: List Of Figures

    Positioning the rack-mounting brackets ........9 Figure 3.5 Installing the Cable Guide ............10 Figure 3.6 The Avaya P460 Switch – Fan Module Location ....12 Figure 3.7 Installing the Avaya P460 Fan Module ........13 Figure 3.8 Location of the Avaya P460 Supervisor Modules ....14 Figure 3.9...

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    List of Figures viii Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 11: Safety Information

    Caution: Do not leave any slots open. Use the the blanking plates supplied to cover empty slots. Caution: Do not insert any objects into the P460 chassis other than specifically designed Avaya products. Warning: The fans are on whenever the power is on in the chassis, whether supervisor modules are installed or not.

  • Page 12: Fcc Notice

    Notes, Cautions and Warnings Text with the symbol contains helpful information or hints or reference to material in other documentation. Caution: Take care. You could do something that may damage equipment or result in loss of data. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 13: Avaya Support

    2121 in the United States. For additional support telephone numbers, see the Avaya Web site: http://www.avaya.com Select Support, then select Escalation Lists. This Web site includes telephone numbers for escalation within the United States. For escalation telephone numbers outside the United States, select Global Escalation List. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Preface Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 15: Chapter 2 Avaya P460 Overview

    I/O modules. It is ideal as a LAN edge and wiring closet switch for SMEs or as an “all-in-one” solution for branch offices. You can also deploy the Avaya P460 in data centers or as a distribution switch.

  • Page 16: Avaya P460 Key Features

    Modular chassis flexibility with a variety of module/speed mixes. • Upgradeable to Layer 3 switching with an optional license Management and Monitoring • Built-in Web-based device manager • Avaya™ Multiservice Network Manager suite (optional) • Standards-based SMON Switch Monitoring (optional, requires license) Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 17: Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis And Module Installation

    Caution: Do not leave any slots open. Use the the blanking plates supplied to cover empty slots. Caution: Do not insert any objects into the P460 chassis other than specifically designed Avaya products. Warning: Keep your fingers and other objects clear of the fans when removing the Fan module.

  • Page 18: Required Tools

    A fully loaded P460 switch weighs at least 100 lbs (45 kg). You can position the Avaya P460 in free-standing mode on a suitable shelf or table, or mount it in a standard 19-inch equipment rack in a wiring closet or equipment room.

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    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation • The power source matches the specifications shown in Table 3.2. AC Power Requirements Table 3.2 Voltage 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Current for one Avaya 3.9 A@100 VAC MPS4603-AC 1.5 A@200VAC 300 W PSU Table 3.3...

  • Page 20: Figure 3.1 The Avaya P460 Switch - Component Location

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Chassis Component Location Figure 3.1 shows the positions of the components in the P460 chassis. Figure 3.1 The Avaya P460 Switch – Component Location Supervisor modules I/O Modules PSUs Fan module Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 21: Figure 3.2 Table-top Installation

    Danger: To avoid injury, Avaya recommends that two people to lift the switch onto a table top. A fully loaded P460 switch weighs at least 100 lbs (45 kg). You can mount the Avaya P460 in a standard 19" rack either in “front-mount” or “mid-mount”...

  • Page 22: Figure 3.3 P460 Front-mount And Mid-mount Positions (side View)

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Figure 3.3 shows the two mounting positions: Figure 3.3 P460 Front-Mount and Mid-Mount Positions (side view) Mid-Mount Front-Mount Front Front Rack P460 switch The chassis height is 10U. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 23: Figure 3.4 Positioning The Rack-mounting Brackets

    Position the switch in the rack. Fasten the switch in the rack with the screws provided. The screw size is 8-32x¼ Caution: Do not place other equipment on top of the P460 Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 24: Figure 3.5 Installing The Cable Guide

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Cable Guide Installation You can use the cable guide to tidy cables from the Supervisor and I/O modules. The cable guide is symmetric: you can install the bracket on either side of the switch.

  • Page 25: Psu (power Supply Unit) Installation

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation PSU (Power Supply Unit) Installation If you purchased an Avaya P460ML-CFG (Material code 700255003, PEC Code 4548-009), then one Supervisor Module, PSU and the Fan Module are already installed. For further information on Power Supply Installation, see Chapter 4, “Turning on the Avaya P460“...

  • Page 26: Figure 3.6 The Avaya P460 Switch - Fan Module Location

    Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Fan Module Replacement or Installation The P460 Chassis is shipped with a fan module already installed. Danger: Ensure that your fingers and other objects are clear of the fans when you insert or remove the fan module.

  • Page 27: Figure 3.7 Installing The Avaya P460 Fan Module

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Figure 3.7 Installing the Avaya P460 Fan Module M 48 0- FA Caution: You need to replace the fan module within five minutes. If you do not, the I/O modules are shut down automatically to prevent overheating of the modules.

  • Page 28: Figure 3.8 Location Of The Avaya P460 Supervisor Modules

    If you purchased an Avaya P460ML-CFG (Material code 700255003, PEC Code 4548-009), then one Supervisor Module, PSU and the Fan Module are already installed. Figure 3.8 shows the positions of the SPV Supervisor installed in the P460 chassis. Figure 3.8 Location of the Avaya P460 Supervisor Modules You can install Supervisor modules in the top two slots –...

  • Page 29: Figure 3.9 Installing The P460 Supervisor Module

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Figure 3.9 Installing the P460 Supervisor Module Open locking handle Closed locking handle To install a Supervisor module: Remove the blanking plate or installed module as appropriate. Open the locking handles at the edge of the front panel.

  • Page 30: Figure 3.10 Lcoation Of Avaya P460 I/o Modules

    4548-009), then one Supervisor Module, PSU and the Fan Module are already installed. Figure 3.10 shows the positions of I/O modules installed in the P460 chassis. Figure 3.10 Lcoation of Avaya P460 I/O Modules You can install I/O modules in the bottom four slots – 3 to 6 – only.

  • Page 31: Figure 3.11 I/o Module Component Location

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Figure 3.11 I/O Module Component Location Module label Securing screws Locking handles I/O Module Installation Procedure To install an I/O module: Remove the blanking plate by unscrewing the captive screws and gently pulling the plate towards you.

  • Page 32: Figure 3.12 Installing P460 I/o Modules

    Chapter 3 Avaya P460 Chassis and Module Installation Figure 3.12 Installing P460 I/O Modules Open locking handle Closed locking handle Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 33: Chapter 4 Turning On The Avaya P460

    Turning on the Avaya P460 Introduction Once you have installed the Avaya P460 chassis and modules, you can turn the chassis on. The Avaya P460 chassis can accommodate one, two or three PSUs (Power Supply Units). The available power is divided among the modules by the Supervisor Module.

  • Page 34: Powering Up

    Otherwise the new PSU power is just added to the total available power. The PSU you insert are in redundant mode if the existing PSUs can already provide enough power for the chassis and installed components. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 35: Removing Or Switching Off A Psu

    Sufficient power budget? Power enabled for slot 6? Apply power to slot 3 Power enabled Sufficient power for slot 4? budget? Sufficient power Apply power to slot 6 budget? Apply power to slot 4 Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 36: If There Are Three Psus

    Chapter 4 Turning on the Avaya P460 If there are three PSUs The chassis continues to run: two PSUs are sufficient to supply power to a fully populated chassis. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 37: Power Management

    Removing both supervisors turns off the entire system. In case of power failure in a module, the Supervisor module receives an indication from the failed module. The Supervisor module will turn off the I/O module and issues a warning. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 38: Figure 4.3 I/o Module Power Management Process

    The power allocation configuration is saved in NVRAM and treated as any other switch configuration. If you want to view the power status of the P460 chassis and modules, you can use the show environment power CLI command. Figure 4.3...

  • Page 39: Chapter 5 Avaya P460 Panels

    Chapter 5 Avaya P460 Panels Introduction This chapter describes the front panels of the P460 switch modules, including the LEDs, ports and buttons. M460ML-SPV Panel M460ML-SPV modules can operate in three modes: Active, Standby and Halted. Each mode is reflected in the LEDs – further details are provided in Table 5.1.

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    ROUT Device switching mode CPU operation CPU boot and BIT completed Module in Standby mode Blinking Module in Halted mode or CPU and BIT not completed Power information Power is up Power is off Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 41: Act Led And Opr Led Summary

    Table 5.5 summarizes the states of the ACT and OPR LEDs Table 5.5 ACT and OPR LED Summary ACT LED is... OPR LED is... M460ML-SPV Module is... Active Blinking Active Fan Module not inserted Standby Blinking Halted or booting Fan Module not inserted Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 42: Function Leds

    Starting Point (after Power-up or Reset) Left Right Button Button Hspd Note: The LEDs indicate which information is displayed on the port LEDs on I/O modules: check each I/O module to see the information. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Half-duplex mode Flow Control Flow Control is active Flow Control is disabled HSpd Port speed indication Port 10/100 1000 100 Mbps 1000 Mbps Port 10/100 1000 10 Mbps N/A Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    PoE is enabled and power is being supplied to an end- station Blinking • PoE enabled, but no powered device is detected, • Power supply error, or • Not enough power PoE disabled for this port *Not currently implemented Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 45: M460ml-spv Supervisor Module Ports

    Eth (Ethernet) Port RS-232 (Serial) port Eth Port (Outband Connection) A 10/100BASE-T port with an RJ-45 connector for managing the P460 by a dedicated LAN. RS-232 Port (Sideband Connection) An RJ-45 RS-232 serial port for connecting a modem or terminal for configuration with the CLI.

  • Page 46: M460ml-spv Asb (alternate Software Bank) Pushbutton

    Chapter 5 Avaya P460 Panels M460ML-SPV ASB (Alternate Software Bank) Pushbutton Figure 5.6 P460 Supervisor Module ASB Pushbutton See “Supervisor Module does not Boot“ in “Troubleshooting the Installation“ for information. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 47: Power Supply Panel

    P460 Power Supply Front Panel Status LED Power inlet Power switch Table 5.8 Power Supply Status LED LED Description State Meaning Power Supply Status Green Power supply functioning Orange Power supply failure Power supply off Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Chapter 5 Avaya P460 Panels Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 49: Chapter 6 Maximizing Avaya P460 Availability

    Chapter 6 Maximizing Avaya P460 Availability Introduction In order to maximize availability of the Avaya P460 for applications such as VoIP, you can deploy a variety of redundancy mechanisms. This chapter describes the Supervisor module and I/O module redundancy and power supply availability features.

  • Page 50: Configuring The Supervisor Modules For Active/standby Operation

    This command transfers the following information from the Active Supervisor module to the other Supervisor module: — Firmware images — Embedded Web image — Preferred boot bank — Chassis synchronization The transfer process can take up to 90 seconds. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 51: Configuration File Synchronization

    Initial configuration synchronization takes place after the boot: this process can take up to thirty seconds. • Layer 2 configuration changes are saved in both Supervisor modules when you press Enter. The Supervisor module Ethernet outband interface configuration is not synchronized between the modules. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Layer 3 startup configuration is saved in the Standby SPV when you execute the copy running-config startup-config CLI command. This configuration is also saved in the Active SPV The Layer 3 running configuration is not saved in the Standby SPV Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 53: Redundant Power Supplies

    Chapter 6 Maximizing Avaya P460 Availability Redundant Power Supplies The Avaya P460 supports automatic Power Supply redundancy and load-sharing. Power supply redundancy is activated according to the number of PSUs and I/O modules you have installed in the chassis. Three PSUs are automatically configured in 2+1 redundancy mode.

  • Page 54: Calculating The Power Budget

    2 x M4648ML-T I/O Modules Total Total power available: 300 W Total power requirement: 277 W An additional power supply will operate in redundant mode. Refer to “Power Requirements” on page 80 for power requirements for P460 components. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 55: Chapter 7 Establishing Switch Access

    Figure 7.1 M460ML-SPV Supervisor Module Serial Console Port Perform the following steps to connect a terminal to the P460 Serial Console port for configuration of switch parameters: Use the serial cable supplied to attach the RJ-45 console connector to the Console port of the active M460ML-SPV module.

  • Page 56: Establishing A Telnet Connection With The Switch (inband)

    Verify that you can communicate with the P460 using Ping to the inband interface IP of the P460. If there is no response using the Ping command, check the IP address and default gateway of both the P460 and the station.

  • Page 57: Establishing A Telnet Connection With The Switch (outband)

    Verify that you can communicate with the P460 using “ping” to the outband interface IP of the P460. If there is no response using the Ping command, check the IP address and default gateway of both the P460 and the station.

  • Page 58: Outband Interface Connection Cli Commands

    Chapter 7 Establishing Switch Access You can now configure the P460. You can connect the Out-band interface to either of the Supervisor modules. Outband Interface Connection CLI Commands In order to... Use the following command... Configure the management set interface outband...

  • Page 59: Redundant Outband Connections

    Supervisor modules to the NMS via the Fast Ethernet interface by a switch (see Figure 7.3). Figure 7.3 Redundant Outband Connections Switch Workstation In this configuration, the Active SPV will respond to its Out-band port and the port of the other SPV will be ignored. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 60: Establishing A Ppp Via Modem Connection With The P460 (sideband)

    RS232 serial connection, between the P460 supervisor module and a remote peer (such as Ethernet) via a modem and the telephone lines. This provides remote access the sideband management interface of a P460 via a modem. Sideband (PPP) Interface CLI Commands In order to...

  • Page 61: Setting Up Sideband (ppp) Connection Configuration

    At the prompt, type: set interface ppp <ip_addr><net-mask> with an IP address and netmask to be used by the Avaya P460 Supervisor module to connect via its PPP interface. The PPP interface you configure with the set interface ppp command must be on a different subnet from the inband and outband interfaces.

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    Chapter 7 Establishing Switch Access Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 63: Chapter 8 Avaya Msnm P460 Manager

    Link Aggregation Groups (LAGs) - Viewing and editing LAG information. • Port Redundancy - Setting redundancy for ports in a P460 Switch. • Port Mirroring - Setting up port mirroring for ports in a P460 Switch. • Trap Managers Configuration - Viewing and modifying the Trap Managers Table.

  • Page 64: Running The Avaya Msnm P460 Manager

    The default password for read-only access is “root” The default passwords for read-write access is “root”. Note: The P460 Manager passwords are the same as those of the CLI. If you change the passwords of the CLI then those passwords become active for Web management as well.

  • Page 65: Figure 8.2 P460 Device Manager

    Chapter 8 Avaya MSNM P460 Manager If you have the Java plug-in installed, the P460 Manager should open in a new window (see Figure 8.2) Figure 8.2 P460 Device Manager — If you do not have the Java plug-in installed, follow the instructions on the Welcome page that offers a variety of options to install the plug-in.

  • Page 66: Installing The Java Plug-in

    1 Installing from the P460 Documentation and Utilities CD Close all unnecessary applications on your PC. Insert the “Avaya P460 Documentation and Utilities” CD in the CD drive. Open Windows® Explorer. Open the embweb-aux-files\ folder on the CD Double click on the plugin_a_b_c.exe file (a, b and c are the version...

  • Page 67: Installing The On-line Help And Java Plug-in On Your Web Site

    Utilities” CD to your local Web server. Please refer to your Web server documentation for full instructions. Define the URL in the P460 using the following CLI command: set web aux-files-url //IP address/directory name where //IP address/directory name is the location of the directory from the previous step.

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    Chapter 8 Avaya MSNM P460 Manager Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 69: User Authentication

    Local User Accounts The Local User Account feature allows you to define up to ten accounts that can manage a local (single) P460 switch. This simplifies administration on small networks or where users do not log in to more than one switch.

  • Page 70: Local User Account Cli Commands

    Note: The Web management passwords are the same as those of the CLI. If you change the passwords of the CLI then those passwords become active for Web management as well. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 71: Radius

    The P460 will run as a RADIUS client. When a user attempts to log into the switch, if there is no local user account for the entered user name and password, then the switch will send an Authentication Request to the RADIUS server in an attempt to authenticate the user remotely.

  • Page 72: Radius Cli Commands

    Set a primary or secondary set radius authentication server RADIUS server IP address Configure a character string to be set radius authentication secret used as a “shared secret” between the switch and the RADIUS server. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Remove a primary or secondary clear radius authentication server RADIUS authentication server Display all RADIUS authentication show radius authentication configurations. The shared secrets will not be displayed Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 74: Allowed Managers

    Note: The identification of an “Allowed Manager” is done by checking the Source IP address of the packets, thus if the Source IP address is modified on the way (NAT, Proxy, etc.), even an “Allowed Manager” will not be able to access the P460. Allowed Manager CLI Commands In order to...

  • Page 75: Configuration Defaults

    Chapter 10 Configuration Defaults Introduction This chapter defines the default parameters for the P460 switch. Default System Parameters Table 10.1 Default System Parameters Parameter Default Value All IP addresses N/A (0.0.0.0) Default gateway N/A (0.0.0.0) CLI timeout 15 minutes User name...

  • Page 76: Configuration Default Cli Commands

    Number of SNMP retries SNMP timeout 2,000 Intelligent multicast Disabled Boot bank Broadcast storm control Disabled Configuration Default CLI Commands In order to... Use the following command... Restore all parameters to the nvram init default values Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 77: Chapter 11 Basic Switch Configuration

    In order to... Use the following command... Open a CLI session to the session alternative SPV in the P460 chassis Display or set the terminal width terminal width (in characters) Display or set the terminal length terminal length...

  • Page 78: System Parameter Configuration

    System Parameter Configuration Identifying the system In order to make a P460 switch easier to identify, you can define a name for the switch, contact information for the switch technician and the location of the switch in the organization.

  • Page 79: Time Parameter Configuration

    Certain features in the Avaya P460 are activated by “Feature Licenses.” A sample activation procedure for these features is described below: Feature Activation In order to benefit from the P460 routing capabilities, you need to purchase an Avaya L480L3-License Routing License Key Certificate (catalog number 700255060) for each P460 chassis .

  • Page 80: Obtaining A License Key

    To obtain a License Key that enables routing features: Go to http://license-lsg.avaya.com and click “request new license”. Enter the Certificate Key and Certificate Type. Click Next. Enter contact information (once per certificate) Click Next. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Basic Switch Configuration View number of licenses left. Enter the serial number of the switch. To identify serial numbers use the show chassis-identity CLI command: . Click Generate. The feature-enabling license code is generated Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 82: Activating A Routing License Key

    Feature License CLI Commands In order to... Use the following command... Configure the feature license set license Display the feature license show license Display the switch identity show chassis-identity required for acquiring a license Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 83: Chapter 12 Troubleshooting The Installation

    Powering up the Fan Module Problem Possible Cause Solution Fans do not start Chassis not powered See “Chassis does not power up“ on page 69 Fan module not Check that Fan module is installed correctly installed correctly Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 84: Powering Up The I/o Modules

    Enable power to slot. See I/O slot the set slot power command. I/O modules powered Fan module removed Re-insert fan module down automatically for more than five Power down chassis minutes Power up chassis Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 85: Supervisor Module Does Not Boot

    • Keep the ASB button pressed until the reset procedure has completed. If a second software version is present, the SPV modules will then boot from the alternate software image bank. Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting the Installation Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 87: Maintenance

    Introduction This chapter provides some basic information for downloading firmware to the Avaya P460. For issues that are not covered in “Troubleshooting the Installation“ or this chapter, please contact your Avaya representative. Caution: Please refer to “Before you Install the Avaya™ P460“ for safety information before proceeding.

  • Page 88: Firmware Download

    Firmware Download You can perform software download using the copy tftp command (see page 26 of the Avaya P460 Reference Guide) or the Avaya Software Update Manager (part of the Avaya™ Multiservice Network Manager Suite). You can obtain the latest firmware from the Avaya support site at http://www.support.avaya.com...

  • Page 89: Firmware Download Cli Commands

    TFTP server. This feature permits you to make a backup of the parameters. You can then use that file to configure other Avaya P460 switches without re-entering all the parameters manually. To use this feature, you need to have an active tftp server, and to create a file into which to download the data.

  • Page 90

    Chapter 13 Maintenance Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 91: Standards

    Chapter 14 Standards Introduction The Avaya P460 complies with the following standards: IEEE • IEEE 802.3x Flow Control • IEEE 802.1q/p VLAN Tagging and 802.1p compatible • IEEE 802.1D Spanning Tree protocol IETF Layer 2 • RFC-0868 Time Protocol •...

  • Page 92: Layer 3

    RFC-2474 Definition of the Differentiated Services Field (DS Field) • Internet Draft - draft -ietf-vrrp-mib-08 Definitions of Managed Objects for the Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol Routing • RIP1 • RIP2 • OSPF • • ICMP • DHCP/BOOTP Relay Avaya P460 Installation Guide...

  • Page 93: Specifications

    • One Supervisor Module • fan module Fully populated chassis at least 45 kg. (100 lb.) • Chassis + backplane • Three PSUs • Two Supervisor Modules • fan module • Four I/O Modules Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 94: Power Requirements

    CE for Europe approved according to EN 60950 Std. • EN60825-1 • Laser components are Laser Class I approved: — EN-60825-2/IEC-825 for Europe — FDA CFR 1040 for USA • Overcurrent Protection: A readily accessible Listed safety-approved protective Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 95: Emc Emissions

    US - FCC Part 15 sub part B, class A • Europe - EN55022 class A and EN61000-3-2 and EN61000-3-3 • Japan - VCCI Class A • NEBS GR-1089-CORE Immunity Approved according to: • EN 55024 Transportation • NEBS GR-63-CORE • NTSB Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

  • Page 96: Catalog Numbers

    Avaya M460-FAN P460 fan module 700255052 4548-006 Avaya L480L3-License P460 Layer 3 license 700255060 4548-007 Avaya MPS4603-AC P460 330W AC PSU 700255078 4548-008 Avaya P460ML-CFG P460 switch basic 700255003 4548-009 configuration (SPV, PSU, fan) Avaya P460 Installation and Maintenance Guide...

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