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HP J2415A
HP AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14



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    Installation and Reference Guide HP J2415A HP AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14...

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    HP AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14 Installation and Reference Guide...

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    Corporation. A copy of the specific warranty terms applicable to your Hewlett-Packard product and replacement parts can be obtained from your HP Sales and Service Office or authorized dealer. 8000 Foothills Boulevard MS 5551 Roseville, California 95747-5551

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    HP AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14 At A Glance The HP J2415A AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14 is a high-speed multiport repeater. With this hub, you can connect computers and other devices together on any 100VG IEEE 802.12 network. The hub can be used to upgrade your 10 Mbit/second Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 network that uses...

  • Page 6: Front Panel

    Front Panel Hub Status LAN Port LEDs LEDs 12 RJ-45 LAN (Downlink) Ports Transceiver Slots for either: Redundant Uplinks or Cable Management One Uplink, One Downlink RS-232 Console Port Distributed Management Chain Extension Ports Back Panel Power Connector 100VG Hub Expansion Slot Redundant Power Supply Connector...

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    An RS-232 port to connect a management control console for a single hub or a chain of hubs. The Windows based HP Stack Manager software is supplied with each hub. Use HP Stack Manager to configure, monitor, and diagnose the hub or entire stack of hubs.

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    HP Stack Manager stkmgr.exe j2415a.exe HP Hub-14 firmware from the HP BBS, HP FTP Library Service, CompuServe, and the World Wide Web. After you download the file, extract the file by typing filename /x. For example j2414b.exe /x HP BBS Set your modem to N-8-1, set speed up to 14400 bps, and with your telecommunication program (e.g., Windows Terminal) dial (208) 344-1691 to...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Computer Requirements ......Installing and Starting HP Stack Manager ....

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    Contents HP Stack Manager Basic Features ....PC-to-Hub Communications Settings ....

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    ......4-12 HP 100VG/ET SNMP/Bridge Module ....

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    Contents Specifications Safety and Regulatory Statements Index...

  • Page 15: Installing The Hp Advancestack Hub

    HP 100VG Network Installation Checklist Hub-14 Installation Summary 1. Install Optional Accessories 2. Verify That the Hub Works 3. Mount the Hub 4. Complete the Hub Network Connections 5. Connect a Management Console (Optional) Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub...

  • Page 16: Hp 100vg Network Installation Checklist

    100VG-AnyLAN Technology Guide, and to appendix A, “Cables and Connectors”.) Obtain the required 100VG network hardware components, for example: • HP 100VG LAN Adapter card. A card is needed for each end node on the 100VG network. Available HP 100VG LAN adapter cards include: –...

  • Page 17: Hub-14 Installation Summary

    5. If appropriate, connect a management console (Windows-based PC) to the hub or chain of hubs (only one hub in a chain needs to have a console connected). Run HP Stack Manager or HP Interconnect Manager on the management console to configure and manage the hub (refer to chapter...

  • Page 18: Included Parts

    HP 100VG AnyLAN Technology Guide Warranty booklet Optional Accessories Optional accessories for the Hub-14 include the following items (consult your HP-authorized dealer for the most recent list of available accessories): 100VG Expansion Slot modules: • SNMP and 10Base-T Bridging: HP J2414B 100VG/ET SNMP/Bridge Module.

  • Page 19: Install Optional Accessories

    To install any of these optional accessories, refer to the documentation supplied with the accessory products. Never try to separate the two boards that are connected together to form the HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module. If you want remote access server or router capability, you need to order those capabilities as separate products and install them into another 100VG hub.

  • Page 20: Verify That The Hub Works

    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub 2. Verify That the Hub Works Before mounting the hub, verify that the hub operates correctly by following these three steps: 1. Plug the power cord into the hub’s power cord receptacle and into an AC power source.

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    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub 2. Check the LEDs on the hub’s front panel. When the hub is powered on, it performs a diagnostic self-test. Observe the front panel LEDs during the self-test to verify that the hub is operating properly. As shown below, the LED indications will differ depending on the optional accessory modules installed.

  • Page 22: Mount The Hub

    Make sure that the power source circuits are properly grounded, then use the supplied power cord to connect the HP AdvanceStack hub to the circuit. See the Safety Statements at the end of this manual. Do not install the Hub-14 in an environment where the operating ambient temperature might exceed 55°C (131°F).

  • Page 23: Mounting A Hub In A Rack Or Cabinet

    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub Mounting a Hub in a Rack or Cabinet The Hub-14 is designed to be mounted in any EIA-standard 19-inch telco equipment rack. W a r n i n g The rack or cabinet should be adequately secured to prevent it from becoming unstable and/or falling over.

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    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub I m p o r t a n t Steps 2 through 4 below apply to mounting a single hub or the first of N o t e multiple hubs that will be stacked in a rack. The mounting brackets are designed to make it easy to install this first hub—if it is installed correctly,...

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    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub 3. Place the hub in the rack and lower it so the notches in the bottom of the bracket slide onto the screws. Tighten these screws—be careful not to overtighten. Upper hole in the bracket Lower notch in the bracket 4.

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    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub Notice that for the first hub you mounted, you used the bottom notch and the top hole in the bracket. For the next hub above, you use the bottom hole and the top notch, as shown in the illustration below. Continue to alternate “notch and hole, hole and notch”...

  • Page 27: Mounting The Hub On A Wall

    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub Mounting the Hub on a Wall I m p o r t a n t A hub should be mounted only to a wall or wood surface that is at least 1/2-inch plywood or its equivalent.

  • Page 28: Complete The Hub Network Connections

    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub 4. Complete the Hub Network Connections Reconnect the hub to the power source and then make the network connections to the hub. Making network connections consists of the following procedures: connecting to network end nodes, such as personal computers connecting to another 100VG hub (“cascading”)

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    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub N o t e A 100VG LAN complies with the IEEE 802.12 standard and supports category 3, 4, and 5 four-pair, 100 ohm UTP (unshielded twisted-pair) cables. Category 3 UTP cable is standard, voice-grade, telephone cable. For more detailed information on supported LAN cables, refer to the included 100VG AnyLAN Technology Guide and appendix A.

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    RJ-45 connectors to the appropriate sets of 4-pair wires in the cable for connection to the HP 100VG hub. For the LAN port RJ-45 connector pinouts and wiring diagrams, refer to appendix A.

  • Page 31: Connecting Additional Hubs ("cascading")

    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub Connecting Additional Hubs (“Cascading”) To add additional 100VG network ports, HP AdvanceStack 100VG hubs can be “cascaded” together. To cascade HP 100VG hubs, connect a LAN downlink port on the upper-level hub to the “Uplink A” port on the lower-level hub.

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    • the included HP Stack Manager (described in chapter 2), • the optional HP Interconnect Manager programs, • the ASCII console (if you have installed an HP J2414B 100VG/ET SNMP/Bridge Module) If your backup link is ever interrupted, the downlink LED will blink slowly on the upper-level hub.

  • Page 33: Connecting An Ethernet/ieee 802.3 Lan

    HP J2609A AUI Port for external transceivers Refer to the installation instructions supplied with these products for installation and network connection instructions. The HP J2414B SNMP/Bridge Module installed in the hub’s expansion slot provides the bridge functionality between the 100 Mbit/s and 10 Mbit/s networks.

  • Page 34: Managing The Hub Cables

    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub Managing the Hub Cables The HP AdvanceStack hubs have been designed to help you manage your network cables. On the right side of each hub is a built-in cable management bar. cable management bar The bars have slots in them that you can use for tie-wrapping the network cables.

  • Page 35: Connect A Management Console (optional)

    Windows-based PC that is running HP Stack Manager software. The HP Stack Manager software is supplied with each hub and is described in chapter 2, “Installing and Using HP Stack Manager”. When running HP Stack Manager, the PC serves as a management console for configuring and managing a single HP AdvanceStack hub, or multiple hubs connected on a Distributed Management Chain (up to 16 hubs).

  • Page 36: Using A Direct Serial Connection

    3. From the main screen click on [Connect] to establish the communications with the hub (or chain of hubs). Once the connection is established, the hub (or chain of hubs) will be displayed on the HP Stack Manager’s main screen.

  • Page 37: Using A Modem Connection

    The modems that have been tested for use with the HP AdvanceStack hubs are listed in the modem configuration screens in HP Stack Manager. You just have to select the modem you are using from the list and HP Stack Manager automatically provides the correct initialization string.

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    Installing the HP AdvanceStack Hub After you have connected the hardware together, you need to set up HP Stack Manager. The basic steps to connect the hub to HP Stack Manager with a modem link are: 1. Connect the “remote” modem that will be used on the hub to your PC’s serial port.

  • Page 39: Using A Data Switching Device

    2. Select the “Add Terminal Support” under the “Settings” pull-down menu. This will add several new buttons to the HP Stack Manager main screen that allow you to connect and logon to the hub, [Open Terminal] and [Close Terminal].

  • Page 41: Installing And Using Hp Stack Manager

    Software Description Computer Requirements Installing and Starting HP Stack Manager HP Stack Manager Basic Features HP Stack Manager Advanced Features Installing and Using HP Stack Manager...

  • Page 42: Software Description

    It enables you to configure, monitor, and diagnose your hub. HP Stack Manager runs on a Windows-based PC that is connected to a hub through a direct serial link or a remote modem link. If multiple hubs are...

  • Page 43: Computer Requirements

    Installing and Using HP Stack Manager Computer Requirements The HP Stack Manager software runs on IBM-compatible personal computers with the following minimum configuration: Microsoft Windows version 3.1 (or later) and systems that support Windows 3.1 applications 80386 (or higher) processor...

  • Page 44: Installing And Starting Hp Stack Manager

    Installing and Using HP Stack Manager Installing and Starting HP Stack Manager To install the HP Stack Manager software, follow the directions on the disk and the prompts on the screen. Using Windows The HP Stack Manager software uses the standard features of the Microsoft Windows user interface.

  • Page 45: Hp Stack Manager Basic Features

    Installing and Using HP Stack Manager HP Stack Manager Basic Features This section describes the general capabilities of HP Stack Manager for the Hub-14. For specific procedures on using various Stack Manager functions, refer to the online help system. The basic HP Stack Manager features available for each Hub-14 include:...

  • Page 46: Pc-to-hub Communications Settings

    Manager. Configuring Data Switching Devices If you will be using HP Stack Manager through a data switching device (such as a data switch, data terminal controller, PBX switch, or X.25 PAD), you may need to configure the switching device. Use the terminal support selection in the Settings menu.

  • Page 47: Automatic Chain Display

    For example, if you select Uplink A to be the active port, Uplink B will become the active port if Uplink A fails. Note that the redundant uplink feature is not available from the HP J2410A 100VG Hub-15; that hub has only one uplink port.

  • Page 48: Lan Traffic Statistics

    100VG LAN Port Status In the Hub Panel Graphic, the color and symbol for each port indicate its status. See the HP Stack Manager online help for definitions of the port status colors and symbols. 100VG LAN Port Settings For a particular 100VG LAN port, you can view current settings or change settings through the Ports Settings window.

  • Page 49: Hub Identification

    Uplink A is the active port. After you have selected the active port, turn on Redundant Uplinks by clicking on the Redundant Uplinks check box under Device Configuration in HP Stack Manager. If you are not using the Redundant Uplink feature but would like to use the second uplink connection as a downlink port, select 12B from this dialog.

  • Page 50: Device Configuration

    (Ethernet or Token Ring) how addresses should be displayed (Ethernet or Token Ring) (Because the HP J2414B 100VG/ET SNMP/Bridge Module does not support Token Ring, Token Ring cannot be selected if this module is installed in the hub.)

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    Installing and Using HP Stack Manager Counter Definition Readable frames received The count of valid frames received by the port. A valid frame is defined as a data frame which is not counted by any of the error counters. Readable octets received The count, in octets, of valid frames received by the port.

  • Page 52: Security Features

    Installing and Using HP Stack Manager Security Features The Hub-14 has built-in per-port security. After you have set up security by clicking on the Security icon, security violations are reported in the Intruder Log. You can specify three levels of security on a single port or all ports on the hub.

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    To be interoperable with pre-standard devices which may depend on null address training, HP Stack Manager, HP Interconnect Manager, and the ASCII console have added an option. In HP Stack Manager’s Port Security Configuration dialog box, the option is called “Prevent Training with Null Address”.

  • Page 54: Intruder Log

    Without an HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module Installed If you do not have an HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module installed in the stack of chained hubs, traps will not be received by a network management station. With an HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module Installed...

  • Page 55: Hub Reset

    (such as ports enabled or disabled) remains unchanged The factory reset option is available in the HP Stack Manager Reset dialog box for hubs with an HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module installed. If you are concerned that the hub’s configuration may be incorrect and that it may be causing the hub’s abnormal behavior, try this option...

  • Page 56: Hp Stack Manager Advanced Features

    Installing and Using HP Stack Manager you will have to press the [Connect] button in the HP Stack Manager main screen to re-establish the connection to access the hub or chain of hubs. If you reset one of the other hubs in the chain (not the one to which the PC is physically connected), the HP Stack Manager session will continue but access to that hub will be lost until the reset process completes on that hub.

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    Password protection for access to the hub through the RS-232 console port or SNMP-based network management stations. HP EASE (Embedded Advanced Sampling Environment) for trend analysis of your network. (To use EASE, you need to buy the optional EASE software.) Full modem support.

  • Page 59: Troubleshooting

    LED Error Indications Troubleshooting Checklist Unusual Network Problems End to End Network Tests Diagnostic Tests Troubleshooting...

  • Page 60: Led Error Indications

    If the problem persists, replace the hub by following the replacement instructions at the end of this chapter. The HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module failed its self-test because of a Flashing hardware problem. Verify module installation and check the LED on Slowly LAN adapter card in end node.

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    If the Security LED continues to flash, then verify the training capabilities on the hub port are what you want and if so you may want to disable the port using the ASCII console, HP Stack Manager, or HP Interconnect Manager.

  • Page 62: Troubleshooting Checklist

    IEEE 802.3 Type 10Base-T standards, it will generally work. You can verify the cable is compatible with these standards by using the HP J3263A Cable Test Set. (The older HP 28687A Wire Test Instrument can also be used.) HP also offers a wire testing service.

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    If the hub passes its tests, but the network test (link test, Ping test, or IPX test) fails, the problem is in the cabling, the remote device, or possibly the output circuitry of the hub’s port. See the HP Stack Manager online help for more information on how to execute these tests.

  • Page 64: Unusual Network Activity

    HP 100VG AnyLAN Technology Guide. Use HP Stack Manager to view the status of the LAN ports and to retrieve counter values. The counters can provide indications of unusual network activity. The following table indicates some typical error symptoms and the...

  • Page 65: End-to-end Network Tests

    End-to-End Network Tests If your PC LAN adapters (or end nodes) support network communication tests, you can perform these tests through the HP 100VG hub to help isolate network problems. Refer to your LAN adapter documentation for more information on available network communication tests.

  • Page 66: Customer Support Services

    SNMP firmware, HP 100VG SNMP/Bridge Module (j2414b.exe) Hub-14 firmware (j2415a.exe) After you download the file(s) from one of these sources, you type filename /x. For example, icmupdt /x . If you can’t find the j2415a.exe software, call your HP-authorized dealer. HP BBS and World Wide Web The HP BBS phone number is (208) 344-1691.

  • Page 67: Hewlett-packard Ftp Library Service

    Troubleshooting Hewlett-Packard FTP Library Service To access the HP FTP Library, follow these steps: 1. Enter the command: ftp The ftp> prompt appears. 2. At the ftp > prompt, enter: anonymous 3. At the password prompt, enter your internet e-mail address.

  • Page 68: Compuserve

    Troubleshooting CompuServe CompuServe is an electronic information and communication service run by an independent company. The service is typically accessed with a computer and modem and uses standard voice telephone lines for transmitting and receiving data. CompuServe is available 24 hours-a-day, seven days per week.

  • Page 69: Hp First Fax Retrieval Service

    Troubleshooting HP FIRST Fax Retrieval Service HP FIRST is an automated fax retrieval service that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. HP FIRST provides information on the following topics: Product information Troubleshooting instructions Technical reviews and articles...

  • Page 70: Replacement Instructions

    Place the hub back into its original packaging or into the box in which the replacement hub was shipped and return it to your HP-authorized LAN dealer, or contact your HP representative for assistance.

  • Page 71: Hub Reference

    Front of the Hub Back of the Hub Cascading Hubs Chained Hub Operation Serial Port Communications Hub Management Security Features Optional Modules Firmware Enhancements Hub Reference...

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    RPS LED indicating an RPS failure. Console (green) The hub is not being accessed by HP Stack Manager or if an SNMP module is installed, the ASCII console. This hub is currently being accessed by HP Stack Manager or the ASCII console.

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    SNMP/Bridge module. This intrusion may have occurred before the last hub reset. This LED will persist until it is cleared in software. RPS (green) This hub is not receiving power from the HP J2962A Redundant Power Supply (RPS). This hub is receiving power from the connected RPS.

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    If the hub is connected to other hubs on a Distributed Management Chain, the console port PC (running HP Stack Manager) can access any hub on the chain.

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    The Hub-14 has two modular LAN ports to connect to other 100VG hubs or end nodes. Each modular port accepts an optional transceiver such as the HP J3028A 100VG Twisted-Pair Transceiver Module or HP J3030A 100VG Fiber-Optic Multimode ST Transceiver Module. (Other transceivers may be available.

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    “Uplink B or 12B”. Before or after you connect the cable to this port, use HP Stack Manager or HP Interconnect Manager to specify that this port is to be used as a downlink port rather than an uplink connection (default).

  • Page 77: 100vg-anylan Technology

    90 and 240 volts. There are no voltage range settings required. Redundant Power Supply (RPS) Connector The RPS connector allows you to connect this hub to the HP J2962A Redundant Power Supply. When an HP RPS is connected, the Hub-14 receives uninterrupted power.

  • Page 78: Cascading Hubs

    Out-of-band management refers to the ability to manage an HP AdvanceStack hub, or chain of hubs, from a Windows-based PC running HP Stack Manager or from an ASCII console. For hubs on a Distributed Management Chain, the PC can be connected to the RS-232 console port of any hub in the chain.

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    16 hubs and can extend up to 185 meters (end-to-end) so multiple wiring closets can be managed from a single location (for example, a single PC running HP Stack Manager). Note that this is not a network connection, it is only a management connection between the hubs.

  • Page 80: In-band Management

    Distributed Management Chain. For information on serial port configuration, refer to chapter 2, “Installing and Using HP Stack Manager”, and to the online help system of HP Stack Manager. Note the following: The port supports multiple baud rates: 300, 1200, 2400, and 9600 (default) baud.

  • Page 81: Security Features

    Intrusion attempts will be reflected in the port LED, and can be viewed in the Intrusion log via HP Stack Manager (or also HP Interconnect Manager or the ASCII console for a managed hub).

  • Page 82: Optional Modules

    HP 100VG/ET SNMP/Bridge Module The HP 100VG/ET SNMP/Bridge Module (HP J2414B) is an optional component that can be added to an HP AdvanceStack 100VG hub to provide the hub with a full 10:100 and 100:10 bridge capability. The modules supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) and has extended management features.

  • Page 83: Hp Dial-a-lan Bundles

    LAP-M. HP J3158A Dial-A-LAN 4A If you need more than two ports, the HP Dial-A-LAN 4A has four RS-232 ports for connecting up to four external modems. This module can also be used in an ISDN environment with terminal adapters.

  • Page 84: Hp Router 210 Bundle

    The router module can be configured and managed in various ways: Through the hub’s RS-232 Distributed Management port, connected (locally, or through a modem) to a PC running the HP Stack Manager software supplied with the router module (HP Stack Manager runs the router module’s VT-100 terminal interface)

  • Page 85: Firmware Enhancements

    Firmware Enhancements Hewlett-Packard continually improves its products. When firmware enhancements are made to the HP AdvanceStack hubs, you will be able to easily update them with the new code. The updated code can be loaded from a PC attached to the hub’s RS-232 console port.

  • Page 87: Cables And Connectors

    Recommended Cables Twisted-Pair Cable/Connector Pin-Outs RS-232 Console Port Connector and Cable Pinouts Cables and Connectors...

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    Note that each pin-out does not necessarily match the pin-out for the corresponding HP cable, but cables manufactured to follow the minimum pin-out will function correctly.

  • Page 89: Recommended Cables

    AUI port module * * An AUI cable is not necessary with some transceivers such as the HP 28685B EtherTwist Transceiver, the HP 28641B ThinLAN Transceiver, and the HP 28683A fiber-Optic Transceiver. These transceivers can be attached directly to the AUI connector on the AUI port module.

  • Page 90: Twisted-pair Cable/connector Pin-outs

    Cables and Connectors Twisted-Pair Cable/Connector Pin-Outs Twisted-Pair Cable for 100VG LAN Ports To connect PCs and other devices to the 100VG LAN ports, use a “straight-through” 4-pair twisted-pair cable. The twisted-pair wires must be twisted through the entire length of the cable. The illustration below shows the RJ-45 pin connections, color code, and pair configuration for an 100VG LAN cable (unbundled) that conforms to the EIA/TIA 568B wiring standard for a straight-through cable.

  • Page 91: Twisted-pair Cable For The Distributed Management Chain

    Cables and Connectors Twisted-Pair Cable for the Distributed Management Chain To chain hubs together on a Distributed Management Chain, use a “straight-through” twisted-pair LAN cable. The twisted-pair wires must be twisted through the entire length of the cable. The wiring sequence must conform to AT&T 258A (not USOC).

  • Page 92: Rs-232 Console Port Connector And Cable Pin-outs

    The hub’s console connector is wired as if it is a terminal (DTE), ready to be connected to a modem (DCE). The HP AdvanceStack hubs include a null modem cable that can be used to directly connect a PC to be used as the console.

  • Page 93: (for Pc With 9-pin Male Connector

    Cables and Connectors RS-232-C “Null Modem”Cable (supplied with the hub) (for PC with 9-Pin Male Connector) PC end Hub end 9-pin female 9-pin female 3-Wire Cable for Direct Console Connection PC end Hub end 9-pin female 9-pin female...

  • Page 94: Rs-232-c Modem Cable

    Cables and Connectors RS-232-C Modem Cable Modem end Hub end Signal 25-pin male 9-pin male CD OR DCD DRS – typically on V.24 (European) modems (not connec ted)

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    6.6 cm (2.6 in) Height: 4.3 kg (9.5 lb) Weight: Electrical (The HP AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14 automatically adjusts to any voltage between 100-127 and 200-240 volts and either 50 or 60 Hz.) 100-127 volts 200-240 volts ac voltage: 0.90 A max 0.60 A max...

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    Specifications Electromagnetic Emissions FCC part 15 Class A CISPR-22 Class A EN 55022 Class A VCCI Level I Immunity (See the Declaration of Conformity at the end of this guide.) Complies with Canadian EMC Class A requirements.

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    Safety and Regulatory Statements...

  • Page 100: Safety Information

    Safety Information Safety Symbols Documentation reference symbol. If the product is marked with this symbol, refer to the product documentation to get more information about the product. A WARNING in the manual denotes a hazard that can cause injury or death. WARNING A CAUTION in the manual denotes a hazard that can damage equipment.

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    Informations concernant la sécurité Symboles de sécurité Symbole de référence à la documentation. Si le produit est marqué de ce symbole, reportez-vous à la documentation du produit afin d’obtenir des informations plus détaillées. AVERTISSEMENT Dans la documentation, un AVERTISSEMENT indique un danger susceptible d’entraîner des dommages corporels ou la mort.

  • Page 102

    Hinweise zur Sicherheit Sicherheitssymbole Symbol für Dokumentationsverweis. Wenn das Produkt mit diesem Symbol markiert ist, schlagen Sie bitte in der Produktdokumentation nach, um mehr Informationen über das Produkt zu erhalten. VORSICHT Eine VORSICHT in der Dokumentation symbolisiert eine Gefahr, die Verletzungen oder sogar Todesfälle verursachen kann.

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    Considerazioni sulla sicurezza Simboli di sicurezza Simbolo di riferimento alla documentazione. Se il prodotto è contrassegnato da questo simbolo, fare riferimento alla documentazione sul prodotto per ulteriori informazioni su di esso. PERICOLO La dicitura PERICOLO denota un pericolo che può causare lesioni o morte. ATTENZIONE La dicitura ATTENZIONE denota un pericolo che può...

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    Consideraciones sobre seguridad Símbolos de seguridad Símbolo de referencia a la documentación. Si el producto va marcado con este símbolo, consultar la documentación del producto a fin de obtener mayor información sobre el producto. ADVERTENCIA Una ADVERTENCIA en la documentación señala un riesgo que podría resultar en lesiones o la muerte.

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    Safety Information (Japanese) Safety Information (Japanese) 7...

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    Regulatory Statements FCC Statement (For U.S.A. Only) Federal Communications Commission Radio Frequency Interference Statement Warning: This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause interference to radio communications.

  • Page 107: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity The following Declaration of Conformity for the HP AdvanceStack 100VG Hub-14 complies with ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014. The declaration identifies the product, the manufacturer’s name and address, and the applicable specifications that are recognized in the European community.

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    ... 1-21 connecting Ethernet/IEEE 802.3 LAN ... displaying chained hubs ... 2-7 1-19 checklist installation ... 1-5 HP 100VG network installation ... 1-2 modules ... 1-4, 4-12 hub installation ... 1-3 activity communications settings LAN port counters ... 2-10 HP Stack Manager ...

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    ... 1-8 fault LED ... 3-2, 4-2 power ... 4-7 resetting the hub ... 2-15 using to get HP product information ... 3-11 verifying operation ... 1-6 firmware enhancements ... 4-15 hub panel graphic ... 2-7 frame relay ... 4-14 front of the hub LEDs ...

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    ... 4-4, 4-10 lower-level hub included parts ... 1-4 See cascading hubs installation HP 100VG network checklist ... 1-2 hub installation summary ... 1-3 management console ... 1-21, 4-10 management console ... 1-21 communications settings ... 2-6 mounting kit ... 1-4 See also console port mounting procedures ...

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    Index online help, in HP Stack Manager ... 2-4 rack mounting ... 1-9 out-of-band management Redundant Uplink Ports chain cables ... A-3 from HP Stack Manager ... 2-7 description ... 4-4, 4-8 reset RS-232 port cable ... A-6 factory ... 2-16 factory, effect ...

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    Index HP Stack Manager description ... 2-2 connection procedures ... 1-14 HP Stack Manager software kit ... 1-4 using bundled/unbundled cables ... 1-16, 4-5 some bundled hub port cabling ... 2-10 specifications unbundled cable ... 1-16 connectors ... B-2 for LAN connections ... 1-15 electrical ...

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    Technical information in this document is subject to change without notice. © Copyright 1996 Hewlett-Packard Company Printed in Singapore. 2/96 Manual Part Number J2415-90021 *J2415-90021*...

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