HP 5800-48G Installation Manual

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HP 5820X & 5800 Switch Series
Part number: 5998-1609
Document version: 6W103-20140619

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    HP 5820X & 5800 Switch Series Installation Guide Part number: 5998-1609 Document version: 6W103-20140619...

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    The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

      Installing/removing a power supply ···························································································································· 23   5800AF-48G/5820AF-24XG ····························································································································· 23   5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots)/5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots)/5800-24G-SFP (1 slot)/5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot)/all the 5820X switches but the 5820AF-24XG ························································································· 26   Connecting the power cord ·········································································································································· 28   Connecting an AC power cord to the switch ····································································································· 28  ...

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    Appendix A Chassis views and technical specifications ························································································ 65   Chassis views ································································································································································· 65   5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots)/5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) ················································································ 65   5800-48G (1 slot)/5800-48G TAA (1 slot)······································································································· 66   5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot)/5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) ··················································································· 68  ...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Interface card status LED ····································································································································· 104   Appendix D Cooling system ··································································································································· 105   5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots)/5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) ······················································································· 105   5800-48G (1 slot)/5800-48G TAA (1 slot) ············································································································· 107   5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot)/5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) ·························································································· 108...

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    5800AF-48G ································································································································································ 109   5800-24G/5800-24G TAA ······································································································································· 111   5800-24G-PoE+/5800-24G-PoE+TAA ····················································································································· 112   5800-24G-SFP (1 slot)/5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) ······························································································· 113   5820AF-24XG ······························································································································································ 114   5820X-24XG-SFP+/5820X-24XG-SFP+ TAA ··········································································································· 116   5820X-14XG-SFP+ (2 slots)/5820X-14XG-SFP+ TAA (2 slots) ·············································································· 117   Index ········································································································································································...

  • Page 7: Preparing For Installation

    HP 5800AF-48G Switch 5800AF-48G IMPORTANT: For regulatory identification purposes, the HP 5800AF-48G switch is assigned a regulatory model number (RMN) BJNGA-AD0002. This regulatory number should not be confused with the marketing name HP 5800AF, or product code JG225A. Table 2 HP 5820X Switch Series models...

  • Page 8: Safety Recommendations, Examining The Installation Site

    IMPORTANT: For regulatory identification purposes, the HP 5820AF-24XG switch is assigned a regulatory model number (RMN) BJNGA-AD0001. This regulatory number should not be confused with the marketing name HP 5820AF, or product code JG219A. Safety recommendations WARNING! Compliance and Safety Gui...

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    Lasting low relative humidity can cause washer contraction and ESD and bring problems including • loose captive screws and circuit failure. High temperature can accelerate the aging of insulation materials and significantly lower the • reliability and lifespan of the switch. For the temperature and humidity requirements of different switch models, see "Environmental specifications."...

  • Page 10: Laser Safety, Installation Tools

    WARNING! Do not stare into any fiber port when the switch has power. The laser light emitted from the optical fiber might hurt your eyes. The HP 5800 and HP 5820X switches are Class 1 laser devices. Installation tools •...

  • Page 11: Installing The Switch

    Installing the switch CAUTION: Keep the tamper-proof seal on a mounting screw on the chassis cover intact, and if you want to open the chassis, contact HP for permission. Otherwise, HP shall not be liable for any consequence.

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    Figure 1 Hardware installation flow Start Install the switch Ground the switch Hot-swap fan trays? Fan trays installed? Select and install fan trays Hot-swap power supplies? Select and install power supplies Connect power cords Verify the installation Troubleshoot the Power on the switch switch Operating correctly? Power off the switch...

  • Page 13: Installation Prerequisites, Installing The Switch In A 19-inch Rack

    Table 5 Mounting bracket and cable management bracket kits Cable Chassis Mounting brackets management Bracket view brackets • All 5800 switches except the 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) and One pair of 1U mounting 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) brackets (supplied with Figure • 5820AF-24XG the switch) •...

  • Page 14: Rack Mounting Rail Kit, Rack-mounting Procedures At A Glance

    Figure 3 2U cable management bracket and mounting bracket kit (1) Cable management bracket (2) Mounting bracket Rack mounting rail kit The 5800AF-48G and 5820AF-24XG switches come with a pair of chassis rails and a pair of slide rails. Figure 4 Rack mounting rail kit (1) Chassis rail (2) Slide rail Rack-mounting procedures at a glance...

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    Procedure references diagram Attaching the mounting brackets to the chassis (for • 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) all the switches except the • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) 5800AF-48G/5820AF-24XG). Figure 5 • 5820X- 1 4XG-SFP+ (2 slots) Rack-mounting a 5800/5820X switch except the •...

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    Attaching the mounting brackets, chassis rails, and grounding cable to the chassis (5800AF-48G/5820AF-24XG) The 5800AF-48G and 5820AF-24XG switches have one front mounting position (near the network ports) and one rear mounting position (near the power supplies). The switches also have one primary grounding point (with a grounding sign) and two auxiliary grounding points.

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    NOTE: HP recommends that you use the primary grounding point or auxiliary grounding point 1 because the • grounding cable and grounding screw that come with the switch are suitable only for these two grounding points.

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    Figure 10 Attaching the front mounting brackets/chassis rails to the chassis Attaching the mounting brackets to the chassis (for all the switches except the 5800AF-48G/5820AF-24XG) All 5800 and 5820X switches except the 5800AF-48G and the 5820AF-24XG have three mounting positions: one front mounting position (near the network ports), one mid-mounting position, and one rear mounting position (near the power supplies).

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    Figure 13 1U bracket rear mounting position Figure 14 2U bracket front mounting position NOTE: Installing the 2U mounting brackets in the rear mounting position is the same as installing the brackets • in the front mounting position. To install the 2U mounting brackets in the mid-mounting position of a 2U switch chassis, first use a •...

  • Page 20: Rack-mounting A 5800af-48g/5820af-24xg Switch

    Rack-mounting a 5800AF-48G/5820AF-24XG switch Attaching the slide rails to the rack You must install slide rails for rack-mounting a 5800AF-48G or 5820AF-24XG switch. To attach the slide rails to the rack: Identify the rack attachment position for the slide rails. Install cage nuts (user-supplied) in the mounting holes in the rack posts.

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    To secure the switch in the rack, make sure the front ends of the slide rails reach out of the chassis rails. Figure 17 Mounting the switch in the rack (1) Figure 18 Mounting the switch in the rack (2) Rack-mounting a 5800/5820X switch except the 5800AF-48G/5820AF-24XG This installation task requires two people.

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    Wear an ESD wrist strap and make sure it makes good skin contact and is correctly grounded. Verify that the mounting brackets have been securely attached to the switch chassis. Install cage nuts (user-supplied) in the mounting holes in the rack posts. One person holds the switch chassis and aligns the mounting brackets with the mounting holes in the rack posts, and the other person attaches the mounting brackets with screws (user-supplied) to the rack.

  • Page 23: Mounting The Switch On A Workbench, Grounding The Switch

    Mounting the switch on a workbench IMPORTANT: Ensure good ventilation and 10 cm (3.9 in) of clearance around the chassis for heat dissipation. • Avoid placing heavy objects on the switch. • To mount the switch (except the 5800AF-48G and the 5820AF-24XG) on a workbench: Verify that the workbench is sturdy and correctly grounded.

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    (3) Grounding post (4) Grounding strip NOTE: HP recommends that you use the primary grounding point or auxiliary grounding point 1, because the • grounding cable and grounding screw provided with the switch are applicable only to these two grounding points.

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    Figure 21 Connecting the grounding cable to the grounding hole of switch (1) Chassis rear panel (2) Grounding sign (3) Grounding hole (4) Ring terminal (5) Grounding cable (6) Grounding screw Remove the hex nut of a grounding post on the grounding strip. Cut the grounding cable as appropriate for connecting to the grounding strip.

  • Page 26: Grounding The Switch By Using The Ac Power Cord

    Figure 22 Connecting the grounding cable to a grounding strip (1) Grounding post (2) Grounding strip (3) Grounding cable (4) Hex nut Grounding the switch by using the AC power cord If the installation site has no grounding strips, ground an AC-powered switch through the protective earth (PE) wire of the power cord.

  • Page 27: Installing A Fan Tray, Installing/removing A Fan Tray

    Installing/removing a fan tray CAUTION: The 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots), 5800-24G-SFP (1 slot), and 5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) switches, and all 5820X switches except the 5820AF-24XG have only one fan tray slot. To ensure good ventilation, follow these guidelines: •...

  • Page 28: Removing A Fan Tray

    Figure 24 Installing an LSW1FAN fan tray Figure 25 Installing an LSW1BFAN fan tray Figure 26 Installing an LSWM1FANSC or LSWM1FANSCB fan tray Removing a fan tray WARNING! Take out the fan tray after the fans completely stop rotating. • To avoid an unbalanced fan causing loud noise, do not touch the fans, even if they are not rotating.

  • Page 29: Installing/removing A Power Supply

    NOTE: • HP 58x0AF 650W AC power supply is referred to as 650 W AC power supply and HP 58x0AF 650W DC power supply is referred to as 650W DC power supply throughout this installation guide. HP 58x0AF 300W AC power supply is referred to as 300 W AC power supply and HP 58x0AF 300W •...

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    slowly along the guide rails into the slot until it has firm contact with the connectors on the backplane. To prevent damage to the connectors inside the switch chassis, insert the power supply gently. If you cannot insert the power supply into the slot, re-orient the power supply rather than use excessive force to push it in.

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    NOTE: The 650 W AC power supply, 300 W AC power supply, 650 W DC power supply, and 300 W DC power supply do not have a power switch. You do not need to switch on or switch off the power supply as described in the installation and removal procedures in Figure 27 Figure...

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    If the power supply slot is covered by a filler panel, remove the filler panel first. Handle the filler module at the rear of the switch: To install the PSR750-A power supply into the 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) or 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switch, remove the filler module (see callout 1 and callout 2 in Figure 33).

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    Figure 34 Installing the PSR750-A power supply Figure 35 Installing other power supply models Removing a power supply Wear an ESD wrist strap and make sure it makes good skin contact and is correctly grounded. Switch off the power supply and disconnect the power cord. Loosen the captive screws of the power supply with a Phillips screwdriver until they are completely disengaged.

  • Page 34: Connecting The Power Cord, Connecting An Ac Power Cord To The Switch

    Connecting the 650 W DC/300 W DC power supply Connecting an AC power cord to the switch This section applies to the 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G-PoE+, 5800-24G-PoE+TAA, 5800-48G (1 slot), 5800-48G TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G, and 5800-24G TAA switches.

  • Page 35: Connecting The Switch To A –54 Vdc Output Rps

    Figure 37 Connecting the AC power cord to the switch Connecting the switch to a –54 VDC output RPS This section applies to the 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G-PoE+, and 5800-24G-PoE+TAA switches. To connect these switches to the RPS that provides –54 VDC output:...

  • Page 36: Connecting The Switch To A 12 Vdc Output Rps

    Figure 38 Connecting the switch to a –54 VDC output RPS Connecting the switch to a 12 VDC output RPS This section applies to the 5800-48G (1 slot), 5800-48G TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G, and 5800-24G TAA switches. To connect these switches to the RPS that provides 12 VDC output:...

  • Page 37: Connecting The Psr150-a/psr150-a1 Power Supply

    Figure 40 Connecting the RPS power cord to the switch Connecting the PSR150-A/PSR150-A1 power supply Connect one end of the AC power cord supplied with the power supply to the power receptacle on the power supply (see callout 1 in Figure 41).

  • Page 38: Connecting The Psr300-12a/psr300-12a2 Power Supply

    Figure 42 Connecting the PSR150-D power supply Connecting the PSR150-D/PSR150-D1 power supply to a –54 VDC output RPS Unpack the RPS power cord, identify the plug for connecting to the power supply, correctly orient the plug with the power receptacle on the power supply, and insert the plug into the receptacle (see callout 1 in Figure 42).

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    Figure 43 Connecting the PSR300-12A power supply Connecting the PSR300-12D1/PSR300-12D2 power supply to a –48 VDC power source Verify that the DC power supply is off. Unpack the DC power cord, correctly orient the plug at one end of the cable with the power receptacle on the power supply, and insert the plug into the receptacle (see callout 1 in Figure 44).

  • Page 40: Connecting The Psr750-a Power Supply, Connecting The 650 W Ac/300 W Ac Power Supply

    Connecting the PSR300-12D1/PSR300-12D2 power supply to a –54 VDC output RPS Unpack the RPS power cord, identify the plug for connecting to the power supply, orient the plug with the power receptacle on the power supply, and insert the plug into the receptacle (see callout 1 in Figure 44).

  • Page 41: Connecting The 650 W Dc/300 W Dc Power Supply, Installing/removing An Interface Card

    Figure 46 Connecting the 650 W AC/300 W AC power supply (1) Cable tie (2) Tighten the cable tie to secure the power cord to the handle of the power supply Connecting the 650 W DC/300 W DC power supply Unpack the DC power cord, identify the plug for connecting to the power supply, orient the plug with the power receptacle on the power supply, and insert the plug into the receptacle (see Figure...

  • Page 42: Installing An Interface Card

    Installing an interface card Wear an ESD wrist strap and make sure it makes good skin contact and is correctly grounded. Loosen the mounting screws on the filler panel over the interface card slot with a Phillips screwdriver and remove the filler panel. Figure 48 Removing the filler panel from an interface card slot (1) Phillips screwdriver (2) Chassis front panel...

  • Page 43: Removing An Interface Card, Installing/removing An Oap Card

    Tighten the captive screws with a Phillips screwdriver to secure the interface card in the slot. Removing an interface card CAUTION: Do not touch the surface-mounted components directly with your hands. Wear an ESD wrist strap and make sure it makes good skin contact and is correctly grounded. Use a Phillips screwdriver to completely loosen the captive screws at both sides of the interface card.

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    Do not use excessive force when you install the OAP card. If you cannot insert the OAP card smoothly, examine the installation method for mistakes. Figure 51 Removing the filler panel from the OAP card slot (1) Rotate counterclockwise (2) Filler panel in the OAP card slot (3) Phillips screwdriver Put away the removed filler panel for future use.

  • Page 45: Removing The Oap Card In The Oap Card Slot

    Removing the OAP card in the OAP card slot WARNING! Do not touch the protection cover marked by the yellow warning label on the OAP card. Underneath this protection cover is a heat radiator. After the OAP card runs for a period of time, this area can get too hot to touch with bare hands.

  • Page 46: Removing The Oap Card In An Expansion Interface Card Slot, Installing/removing A Poe Module

    You can install a hot swappable PoE module (LSW148POEM) in a 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) or 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switch to supply power to devices such as IP telephones, wireless LAN access points (APs), and web cameras through Ethernet ports over twisted pair cable.

  • Page 47: Verifying The Installation

    If you do not install a new PoE module in the slot, install the filler panel to prevent dust from entering the switch and ensure the normal ventilation in the switch. Figure 55 Removing a PoE module Verifying the installation After you complete the installation, verify that: •...

  • Page 48: Accessing The Switch For The First Time, Setting Up The Configuration Environment

    Accessing the switch for the first time Setting up the configuration environment The first time you access the switch you must use a console cable to connect a console terminal, for example, a PC, to the console port on the switch, as shown in Figure Figure 56 Connecting the console port to a terminal Connecting the console cable...

  • Page 49: Setting Terminal Parameters

    NOTE: Identify the mark on the console port and make sure you are connecting to the correct port. • The serial ports on PCs do not support hot swapping. If the switch has been powered on, connect the • console cable to the PC before connecting to the switch, and when you disconnect the cable, first disconnect from the switch.

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    Figure 59 Setting the serial port used by the HyperTerminal connection Set Bits per second to 9600, Data bits to 8, Parity to None, Stop bits to 1, and Flow control to None, and click OK. Figure 60 Setting the serial port parameters Select File >...

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    Figure 61 HyperTerminal window On the Settings tab, set the emulation to VT100 and click OK. Figure 62 Setting terminal emulation in Switch Properties dialog box...

  • Page 52: Powering On The Switch

    Powering on the switch Before powering on the switch, verify that: • The power cord is correctly connected. The input power voltage meets the requirement of the switch. • The console cable is correctly connected, the terminal or PC used for configuration has started, and •...

  • Page 53: Setting Up An Irf Fabric, Irf Fabric Setup Flowchart

    Setting up an IRF fabric You can use HP IRF technology to connect and virtualize 5800 and 5820X switches into a large virtual switch called an "IRF fabric" for flattened network topology, and high availability, scalability, and manageability. NOTE: You can set up a heterogeneous IRF fabric that has both 5800 and 5820X switches or a homogeneous IRF fabric that has only 5800 or 5820X switches.

  • Page 54: Planning Irf Fabric Setup, Planning Irf Fabric Size And The Installation Site

    A 5800/5820X IRF fabric can have up to 10 switches. When you set up an IRF fabric that has both 5800 and 5820X switches, see HP 5820X[5800] Heterogeneous IRF Feature Guide. A heterogeneous IRF fabric supports different specifications for some features than a homogeneous IRF fabric.

  • Page 55: Planning Irf Topology And Connections

    You can affect the election result by assigning a high member priority to the intended master switch. For more information about master election, see HP 5820X & 5800 Switch Series IRF Configuration Guide. • Prepare an IRF member ID assignment scheme. An IRF fabric uses member IDs to uniquely identify and manage its members, and you must assign each IRF member switch a unique member ID.

  • Page 56: Identifying Physical Irf Ports On The Member Switches

    • 5800-48G (1 slot) • Four fixed SFP+ ports on the • 5800-48G TAA (1 slot) All physical ports of an IRF port must be front panel • located on the front panel or the 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot) •...

  • Page 57: Planning The Cabling Scheme

    (in nm) 300 m (984.25 ft) 50/125 μm 82 m (269.03 ft) multimode fiber HP X130 10G JD092B SFP+ LC SR 66 m (216.54 ft) Transceiver 33 m (108.27 ft) 62.5/125 μm multimode fiber 26 m (85.30 ft) 62.5/125 μm...

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    7 m (22.97 ft) Direct Attach Copper Cable The following subsections describe several HP recommended IRF connection schemes, and all these schemes use a ring topology. IMPORTANT: In these schemes, all physical IRF ports are located on the same side. If physical IRF ports are on different sides, you must measure the distance between them to select an appropriate cable.

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    Figure 66 Connecting the switches in one rack...

  • Page 60: Configuring Basic Irf Settings, Connecting The Physical Irf Ports

    To bind the ports on an interface card to an IRF port, you must install the interface card first. For how • to install an interface card, see HP 5820X & 5800 Switch Series Interface Cards User Guide. • Execute the display irf configuration command to verify the basic IRF settings.

  • Page 61: Verifying The Irf Fabric Setup

    Create a Layer 3 interface, assign it an IP address, and make sure the IRF fabric and the remote network management station can reach each other. Use Telnet, web, or SNMP to access the IRF fabric from the network management station. (See HP 5820X & 5800 Switch Series Fundamentals Configuration Guide.) Verify that you can manage all member switches as if they were one node.

  • Page 62: Maintenance And Troubleshooting, Password Loss, Console Login Password Loss, Boot Rom Password Loss

    Power supply failure Built-in power supply failure The 5800-48G (1 slot), 5800-48G TAA (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G-PoE+, 5800-24G-PoE+TAA, 5800-24G, and 5800-24G TAA switches use built-in power supplies, and support three power input modes: AC input, RPS DC input, and concurrent AC and RPS DC inputs.

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    Table 11 Description of the power failure indication LEDs Mark Status Description System status LED The switch is powered off. The AC input is normal, and the RPS is in position or Steady green working normally. RPS status LED RPS power input is normal, but AC input has failed or Steady yellow AC input is not connected.

  • Page 64: Hot Swappable Power Supply Failure

    For more information about the PWR1 and PWR2 LEDs on the front panel of the switch, see Table For more information about the LEDs on a power supply, see HP PSR300- 1 2A & PSR300- 1 2D Series • Power Supplies User Guide, HP 58x0AF 650W AC (JC680A) & 650W DC (JC681A) Power Supplies User Guide, HP 58x0AF 300W AC (JG900A) &...

  • Page 65: Oap Card Failure, Failure Of The Oap Card In The Oap Card Slot

    OAP card failure Failure of the OAP card in the OAP card slot This section applies to the 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots), 5820X- 1 4XG-SFP+ (2 slots), and 5820X- 1 4XG-SFP+ TAA (2 slots) switches. You can look at the SLOT3 LED on the front panel of the switch and the LED on the OAP card to identify the failure of the OAP card in the OAP slot.

  • Page 66: Fan Failure, Built-in Fan Failure, Hot Swappable Fan Tray Failure

    The 5800-48G (1 slot), 5800-48G TAA (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G-PoE+, 5800-24G-PoE+TAA, 5800-24G, and 5800-24G TAA switches use built-in fans. If a fan failure occurs, contact the HP technical support for help and do not attempt to fix the problem yourself.

  • Page 67: Configuration Terminal Problems

    Configuration terminal problems If the configuration environment setup is correct, the configuration terminal displays booting information when the switch is powered on. If the setup is incorrect, the configuration terminal displays nothing or garbled text. No terminal display If the configuration terminal displays nothing when the switch is powered on, verify the following items: The power supply is supplying power to the switch.

  • Page 68: Support And Other Resources, Subscription Service, Related Information, Contacting Hp

    Related information Documents To find related documents, browse to the Manuals page of the HP Business Support Center website: http://www.hp.com/support/manuals For related documentation, navigate to the Networking section, and select a networking category. •...

  • Page 69: Command Conventions

    Conventions This section describes the conventions used in this documentation set. Command conventions Convention Description Boldface Bold text represents commands and keywords that you enter literally as shown. Italic Italic text represents arguments that you replace with actual values. Square brackets enclose syntax choices (keywords or arguments) that are optional. Braces enclose a set of required syntax choices separated by vertical bars, from which { x | y | ...

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    Network topology icons Represents a generic network device, such as a router, switch, or firewall. Represents a routing-capable device, such as a router or Layer 3 switch. Represents a generic switch, such as a Layer 2 or Layer 3 switch, or a router that supports Layer 2 forwarding and other Layer 2 features.

  • Page 71: Specifications, Chassis Views

    (16) 10/100/1000Base-T auto-sensing Ethernet port NOTE: The 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) and 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switches come with the two expansion interface card slots covered by filler panels. In this figure, two LSW1SP4P0 interface cards are installed in the slots.

  • Page 72

    (7) Hot swappable fan tray NOTE: The 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) and 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switches come with power supply slot • 1 empty and power supply slot 2 installed with a filler panel. You can install one or two power supplies for the switch as needed.

  • Page 73

    To avoid any damage to the logo plate, always follow these instructions on opening and closing the logo plate: Insert your finger into the notch on the right side of the logo plate to open it. Do not try to open the logo plate in any other ways.

  • Page 74

    (4) Expansion interface card slot NOTE: The 5800-48G (1 slot) and 5800-48G TAA (1 slot) switches come with the expansion interface card slot • covered by a filler panel. In this figure, an LSW1SP4P0 interface card is installed in the slot.

  • Page 75

    (4) Expansion interface card slot NOTE: The 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot) and 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) switches come with the expansion interface card slot covered by a filler panel. In this figure, an LSW1SP4P0 interface card is installed in the slot.

  • Page 76

    Figure 78 Rear panel (1) Grounding screw (auxiliary grounding point 2) (2) Management Ethernet port (3) Console port (4) Fan tray slot 1 (5) Fan tray slot 2 (6) Power supply slot 1 (7) Power supply slot 2 (8) LINK LED for the management Ethernet port (9) ACT LED for the management Ethernet port (10) USB port NOTE:...

  • Page 77

    5800-24G/5800-24G TAA Figure 80 Front panel (1) 10/100/1000Base-T auto-sensing Ethernet port (2) 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port LED (3) SFP+ port LED (4) Console port (5) USB port (6) Seven-segment LED (7) Port mode LED (8) System status LED (SYS) (9) RPS status LED (RPS) (10) Interface card status LED (SLOT1) (11) Port LED mode switching button (12) SFP+ port...

  • Page 78

    5800-24G-PoE+/5800-24G-PoE+TAA Figure 82 Front panel (1) 10/100/1000Base-T auto-sensing Ethernet port (2) 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port LED (3) SFP+ port LED (4) Console port (5) USB port (6) Seven-segment LED (7) Port mode LED (8) System status LED (SYS) (9) RPS status LED (RPS) (10) Interface card status LED (SLOT1) (11) Port LED mode switching button (12) SFP+ port...

  • Page 79

    5800-24G-SFP (1 slot)/5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) Figure 84 Front panel (1) Interface card slot (2) 100/1000Base-X SFP port (3) 100/1000Base-X SFP port LED (4) Seven-segment LED (5) Port mode LED (6) SFP+ port LED (7) Logo plate (A console port and a USB port are (8) System status LED (SYS) under this logo plate) (9) Power supply 1 status LED (PWR1)

  • Page 80

    NOTE: The 5800-24G-SFP (1 slot) and 5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) switches come with power supply slot 1 empty and power supply slot 2 covered by a filler panel. You can install one or two power supplies for the switch as needed. In this figure, two PSR150-A AC power supplies are installed in the slots. 5820AF-24XG Figure 86 Front panel (1) SFP+ port...

  • Page 81

    Figure 88 Left side panel (1) Primary grounding point (2) Auxiliary grounding point 1 5820X-24XG-SFP+/5820X-24XG-SFP+ TAA Figure 89 Front panel (1) SFP+ port (2) SFP+ port LED (3) 10/100/1000Base-T auto-sensing Ethernet port (4) 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet port LED (5) Management Ethernet port (6) Console port (7) USB port (8) Seven-segment LED...

  • Page 82: X-14xg-sfp+ (2 Slots)/5820x-14xg-sfp+ Taa (2 Slots), X-14xg-sfp+ (2 Slots)/5820x-14xg-sfp+ Taa (2 Slots)

    NOTE: The 5820X-24XG-SFP+ and 5820X-24XG-SFP+ TAA switches come with power supply slot 1 empty and power supply slot 2 covered by a filler panel. You can install one or two power supplies for your switch as needed. In this figure, two PSR300-12A AC power supplies are installed in the slots. 5820X-14XG-SFP+ (2 slots)/5820X-14XG-SFP+ TAA (2 slots) Figure 91 Front panel (1) Expansion interface card slot...

  • Page 83: Physical Specifications, Chassis Dimensions And Weights

    5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) 86.1 × 440 × 465 mm ≤ 18 kg (39.68 lb) • • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) (3.39 × 17.32 × 18.31 in) • 5800-48G (1 slot) 43.6 × 440 × 367 mm ≤ 6.5 kg (14.33 lb) •...

  • Page 84: Ports And Slots (5800 Switches), Ports And Slots (5800 Switches)

    Chassis Dimensions (H × W × D) Weight 43.6 × 440 × 660 mm 5820AF-24XG ≤ 11.2 kg (24.69 lb) (1.72 × 17.32 × 25.98 in) • 5820X-24XG-SFP+ 43.6 × 440 × 427 mm ≤ 8.5 kg (18.74 lb) • 5820X-24XG-SFP+ TAA (1.72 ×...

  • Page 85: Environmental Specifications, Ports And Slots (5820x Switches), Ports And Slots (5820x Switches)

    5800-48 5800-48 G-PoE+ 5800-48 5800-24 G-PoE+ 5800-24 G (1 G-SFP (1 5800-24 G-PoE+/ slots)/58 slot)/580 5800AF- slot)/580 Item slot)/580 G/5800- 5800-24 00-48G- 0-48G 0-24G-SF 0-48G-Po 24G TAA G-PoE+T PoE+ TAA (1 P TAA (1 E+ TAA (1 TAA (2 slot) slot) slot) slots)

  • Page 86: Power Specifications, Ac-input Power Specifications

    90 VAC to 264 VAC, 47 or 63 1 147 W (740 W for PoE output) • Rated voltage: 100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50 or 60 • 5800-48G (1 slot) • 102 W 163 W 5800-48G TAA (1 • Max voltage:...

  • Page 87: Dc-input Power Specifications

    Single DC output: • 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) 227 W –48 VDC to –60 VDC 94 W • • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) Dual DC outputs: 237 W 5800AF-48G –40 VDC to –60 VDC 105 W 130 W • 5800-24G-SFP (1 slot) –48 VDC to –60 VDC...

  • Page 88: Rps Dc-input Power Specifications

    Single DC output: • 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) 227 W –52 VDC to –55 VDC 94 W • • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) Dual DC outputs: 237 W • 5800-48G (1 slot) 10.8 VDC to 13.2 VDC 102 W 163 W •...

  • Page 89: Appendix B Frus And Compatibility Matrixes, Hardware Compatibility Matrixes, Power Supply Compatibility Matrix

    Appendix B FRUs and compatibility matrixes This appendix describes the field replaceable units (FRUs) available for the 5800 and 5820X switches and their compatibility. All the FRUs in this appendix are hot swappable. Hardware compatibility matrixes Interface cards, OAP cards, PoE modules, power supplies, and redundant power systems (RPSs) must be purchased separately.

  • Page 90

    58x0AF 58x0AF 650W AC 650W DC PSR300- PSR300-1 power power PSR150- PSR150- supply supply (JC087A PSR750- (JC090A) (JC680A)/ (JC681A)/ (JD362A) (JD366A) Chassis )/PSR30 /PSR300- /PSR150 /PSR150 0-12A2 (JC089A) 12D2 58x0AF 58x0AF (JC087A (JC090A) 300W AC 300W DC (JD362A) (JD366A) power power supply supply...

  • Page 91: Fan Tray Compatibility Matrix

    + TAA (2 slots) NOTE: The power supplies on a 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) or 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switch can be • different types, but the switches do not support mix of a 300 W power supply (PSR300-12A, PSR300-12A2, PSR300-12D1, or PSR300-12D2) and a 750 W power supply (PSR750-A). For more...

  • Page 92: Interface Card Compatibility Matrix

    LSW1GP16P0 LSW1GT16P Chassis (JC091A) (JC092B) (JC095A) (JC094A) • 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) • 5800-48G (1 slot) • 5800-48G TAA (1 slot) • 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot) • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) 5800AF-48G • 5800-24G • 5800-24G TAA •...

  • Page 93: Poe Module Compatibility Matrix (only For The 5800 Switches), Oap Card Compatibility Matrix

    5820X-24XG-SFP+ PoE module compatibility matrix (only for the 5800 switches) Chassis LSW148POEM (JC097B) LSW148POEM (JG260A) • 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) • 5800-48G (1 slot) • 5800-48G TAA (1 slot) • 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot) • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) 5800AF-48G •...

  • Page 94: Rps Compatibility Matrix

    You install the LSWM1WCM20 (JD443A, JG262A) card in the expansion interface card slot and all other OAP cards in the OAP card slot. RPS compatibility matrix Chassis A-RPS1600 (JG136A) A-RPS800 (JD183A) • 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) • 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots)

  • Page 95: Hot Swappable Power Supplies

    —100 VAC to 240 VAC @ 50 Hz or 60 Hz • PSR150-A • Max input voltage range: HP PSR150-A & PSR150-D Series Power 90 VAC to 264 VAC @ 47 Hz or 63 Hz • Supplies User Guide PSR150-A1 •...

  • Page 96: Hot Swappable Fan Trays

    Max output power: 300 W • Rated input voltage range: 100 VAC to 240 VAC @ 50 Hz or 60 Hz HP 58x0AF 650W AC (JC680A) & • Max input voltage range: 650 W AC 650W DC (JC681A) Power Supplies...

  • Page 97: Interface Cards

    Specifications Max airflow 150 cubic feet per minute (CFM) Input voltage 12 V Maximum power consumption 15 W Documentation reference HP LSW1FAN & LSW1BFAN Fan Assemblies Installation LSW1BFAN Fans Fan speed 5000 R.P.M Max airflow 41.65 CFM Input voltage 12 V...

  • Page 98: Oap Cards, Hot Swappable Poe Modules

    You can install a hot swappable PoE module (LSW148POEM) in a 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) or 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switch to supply power to devices such as IP telephones, wireless LAN access points (APs), and web cameras through Ethernet ports over twisted pair cable.

  • Page 99: Appendix C Ports And Leds, Console Port, Management Ethernet Port, Usb Port

    Appendix C Ports and LEDs Ports Console port Every 5800 or 5820X switch has one console port. Table 13 Console port specifications Item Specification Connector type RJ-45 Compliant standard EIA/TIA-232 Transmission baud rate 9600 bps (default) to 115200 bps • Provides connection to an ASCII terminal.

  • Page 100

    NOTE: USB devices from different vendors vary in compatibility and driver. HP does not guarantee correct operation of USB devices from other vendors on the switch. If a USB device does not operate correctly on the switch, replace it with one from another vendor.

  • Page 101: Sfp+ Port

    For the SFP transceiver module specifications, see Guide SFP+ port All 5800 and 5820X switches but the 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) and the 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots), has fixed SFP+ ports. You can plug the SFP transceiver modules in Table 18, the SFP+ transceiver...

  • Page 102

    Max transmission wavelength diameter modal bandwidth Code description distance (nm) (MHz × km) (μm) HP X120 1G Category-5 JD089B SFP RJ45 T 100 m (328.08 ft) twisted pair transceiver 550 m (1804.46 ft) 50/125 HP X120 1G 500 m (1640.42 ft)

  • Page 103

    HP X240 10G SFP+ SFP+ 7m Direct Attach Copper Cable 7 m (22.97 ft) NOTE: To guarantee the functionality of the SFP+ ports, use only HP SFP or SFP+ transceiver modules. • The SFP and SFP+ transceiver modules available for this switch series are subject to change over time.

  • Page 104: System Status Led

    5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots), 5800-24G-SFP 100/1000Base-X SFP port LED (1 slot), 5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) Both 5800 and 5820X series but 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) and SFP+ port LED 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) 5800AF-48G, 5800-24G-SFP (1 slot), 5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot)

  • Page 105: Rps Status Led, Power Supply Status Led

    RPS status LED The RPS status LED shows the status of the RPS DC input. Table 24 describes the RPS status LED behaviors for the 5800-24G, 5800-24G TAA, 5800-48G (1 slot), and 5800-48G TAA (1 slot) switches. Table 25 describes the RPS status LED behaviors for the 5800-24G-PoE+, 5800-24G-PoE+TAA, 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), and 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) switches.

  • Page 106: Port Mode Led, Seven-segment Led

    PoE-capable switch can supply (see Table 28). The PoE switches include 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot), 5800-24G-PoE+, and 5800-24G-PoE+TAA. Table 27 Seven-segment LED description (I) System status LED...

  • Page 107

    System status LED Seven-segment LED (Unit) status Description (SYS) status The LED displays a capital C character. The switch is the command switch in a cluster. The LED displays an S character. The switch is a member switch in a cluster.

  • Page 108: Sfp+ Port Led

    Port mode LED Port LED status Description (Mode) status Steady green PoE power supply is normal. The device attached to the port requires power higher than the Flashing green Flashing green (3 Hz) maximum or currently available PoE output power on the port. (1 Hz) (PoE mode, available Steady yellow...

  • Page 109: Management Ethernet Port Leds, Oap Card Status Led, Poe Module Status Led

    Table 31 SFP+ port LED description Port mode LED SFP+ port LED status Description (Mode) status The port is operating at 10 Gbps. The port LED fast flashes Steady green when the port is sending or receiving data. The port is operating at 1 Gbps. The port LED fast flashes Steady green Steady yellow when the port is sending or receiving data.

  • Page 110: Interface Card Status Led

    Table 34 PoE module status LED description LED mark Status Description Green The PoE module is in position and operating correctly. The switch does not support the PoE module model, or the PoE SLOT4 Flashing yellow (1 Hz) module has failed. The PoE module slot is empty.

  • Page 111: Appendix D Cooling System

    5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots)/5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) The 5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots) and 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots) switch chassis are 2U high and use separate air aisles for their upper half and lower half. Make sure that the two air aisles have good ventilation.

  • Page 112

    Figure 94 Airflow through the lower half of the chassis (1) Outlet air vents in the power supply panels (2) Outlet air vents in the fan tray panel (3) Front panel (4) Side inlet air vents...

  • Page 113

    5800-48G (1 slot)/5800-48G TAA (1 slot) Figure 96 shows the airflow design for the 5800-48G (1 slot) and 5800-48G TAA (1 slot) switches. Cool air flows in from the left side of the chassis, circulates through the chassis and the interface card, and...

  • Page 114

    Figure 97 shows the airflow design for the 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot) and 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (1 slot) switches. Cool air flows in from the left side of the chassis, circulates through the chassis and the interface card, and exhausts out the right side of the chassis.

  • Page 115

    Figure 97 Airflow through the chassis (1) Left-side inlet air vents (2) Right-side outlet air vents (3) Front panel 5800AF-48G The fan trays in the 5800AF-48G switch must be the same type: LSWM1FANSC or LSWM1FANSCB. • When LSWM1FANSC fan trays are used, cool air flows in through the air vents in the fan tray panel and the power supply panels, circulates through the chassis and the power supplies, and exhausts at the network port side, as shown in Figure...

  • Page 116

    Figure 98 Airflow through the chassis (with LSWM1FANSC fan trays) (1) Power supply air vents (2) Fan tray air vents (3) Network port-side air vents...

  • Page 117

    Figure 99 Airflow through the chassis (with LSWM1FANSCB fan trays) (1) Power supply air vents (2) Fan tray air vents (3) Network port-side air vents IMPORTANT: The chassis and the power supplies use separate air aisles. Make sure that both aisles are not blocked. 5800-24G/5800-24G TAA Figure 100 shows the airflow design for the 5800-24G and 5800-24G TAA switches.

  • Page 118

    Figure 100 Airflow through the chassis (1) Left-side inlet air vents (2) Right-side outlet air vents (3) Front panel 5800-24G-PoE+/5800-24G-PoE+TAA Figure 101 shows the airflow design for the 5800-24G-PoE+ and 5800-24G-PoE+TAA switches. Cool air flows in from the left side of the chassis, circulates through the chassis and the interface card, and exhausts out the right side of the chassis.

  • Page 119

    Figure 101 Airflow through the chassis (1) Left-side inlet air vents (2) Right-side outlet air vents (3) Front panel 5800-24G-SFP (1 slot)/5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) Figure 102 shows the airflow through the 5800-24G-SFP (1 slot)/5800-24G-SFP TAA (1 slot) chassis and power supplies.

  • Page 120

    Figure 102 Airflow through the chassis (1) Front panel (2) Side inlet air vents (3) Outlet air vents in the fan tray panel (4) Outlet air vents in the power supply panels IMPORTANT: The chassis and the power supplies use separate air aisles. Make sure that both aisles have good ventilation.

  • Page 121

    Figure 103 Airflow through the chassis (with LSWM1FANSC fan trays) (1) Fan tray air vents (2) Power supply air vents (3) Network port-side air vents...

  • Page 122

    Figure 104 Airflow through the chassis (with LSWM1FANSCB fan trays) (1) Fan tray air vents (2) Power supply air vents (3) Network port-side air vents IMPORTANT: The chassis and the power supplies use separate air aisles. Make sure that both aisles are not blocked. 5820X-24XG-SFP+/5820X-24XG-SFP+ TAA Figure 105 shows the airflow through the 5820X-24XG-SFP+/5820X-24XG-SFP+ TAA chassis and power...

  • Page 123

    Figure 105 Airflow through the chassis (1) Front panel (2) Front inlet air vents (3) Side inlet air vents (4) Outlet air vents in the fan tray panel (5) Outlet air vents in the power supply panels IMPORTANT: The chassis and the power supplies use separate air aisles. Make sure that both aisles have good ventilation.

  • Page 124

    Figure 107 shows the airflow through the upper half of the chassis. Cool air flows in from the left • side of the chassis, circulates through the upper half of the chassis, including the OAP card and the interface card, and exhausts through the outlet air vents in the fan tray panel. Figure 106 Airflow through the lower half of the chassis (1) Outlet air vents in the power supply panels (2) Outlet air vents in the fan tray panel...

  • Page 125

    Figure 107 Airflow through the upper half of the chassis (1) Outlet air vents in the fan tray panel (2) Front panel (3) Side inlet air vents...

  • Page 126

    Configuring basic IRF settings,54 Connecting the console cable,42 LEDs,97 Connecting the physical IRF ports,54 Connecting the power cord,28 Mounting the switch on a workbench,17 Contacting HP,62 Conventions,63 OAP card failure,59 cards,92 Environmental specifications,79 Examining the installation site,2 Password loss,56 Physical...

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