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HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance
Part number: 5998-4755
Document version: 6W100-20140228

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance Installation Guide Part number: 5998-4755 Document version: 6W100-20140228...

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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...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preparing for installation ················································································································································· 1 Safety recommendations ·················································································································································· 1 Safety symbols ·························································································································································· 1 General safety recommendations ··························································································································· 1 Electrical safety ························································································································································· 2 Laser safety ································································································································································ 2 Examining the installation site·········································································································································· 2 Temperature and humidity ······································································································································· 2 Cleanness ·································································································································································· 3 Cooling ······································································································································································...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Interface arrangement ··················································································································································· 45 Appendix B LEDs ···························································································································································· 47 Panel LEDs ······································································································································································· 47 Power supply LEDs ························································································································································· 49 Support and other resources ········································································································································· 50 Contacting HP ································································································································································ 50 Subscription service ·············································································································································· 50 Related information ························································································································································ 50 Documents ······························································································································································ 50 Websites ································································································································································· 50 Conventions ····································································································································································...

  • Page 5: Preparing For Installation

    For regulatory identification purposes, the HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance and the HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN TAA-Compliant Appliance are assigned a regulatory model number (RMN) BJNGA-FA0003. This regulatory number should not be confused with the marketing name HP 870, or product code JG723A and JG725A.

  • Page 6: Electrical Safety

    To prevent condensation, unpack the device at least half an hour after you move the device from a • location below 0°C (32°F) to the equipment room, and power on the device at least 2 hours after you move the device from a location below 0°C (32°F) to the equipment room. Electrical safety •...

  • Page 7: Cleanness

    0.01 Cooling The device uses left to right airflow for heat dissipation. Plan the installation site for adequate ventilation. HP recommends that you leave a minimum of 10 cm (3.94 in) of clearance around the air vents. • • Make sure the rack is well ventilated.

  • Page 8: Esd Prevention

    Figure 1 Airflow through the device chassis ESD prevention To prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD), follow these guidelines: Ground the device properly. For how to ground your device, see "Installing the device". • Take dust-proof measures for the equipment room. For more information, see "Cleanness." •...

  • Page 9: Lightning Protection

    Figure 2 Attaching an ESD-preventive wrist strap (1) ESD-preventive wrist strap (2) Lock (3) Alligator clip All electromagnetic interference (EMI) sources, from either outside or inside of the device and application system, adversely affect the device in a conduction pattern of capacitance coupling, inductance coupling, electromagnetic wave radiation, or common impedance (including grounding system) coupling.

  • Page 10: Installation Preparation Checklist

    Front mounting Rear mounting Grounding cable M4 screw Rubber feet bracket bracket Cage nut (user M6 screw (user Cable tie (user Console cable AC power cord supplied) supplied) supplied) NOTE: An AC power supply and AC power cord are supplied with the device. The specification of the AC power cord plug varies by country.

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    Item Requirements Result • Take effective measures to protect the power system from the power grid system. • Separate the protection ground of the device from the grounding device or lightning protection grounding EMI prevention device as far as possible. •...

  • Page 12: Installing The Device

    WARNING! Keep the tamper-proof seal on a mounting screw on the chassis cover intact, and if you want to open the chassis, contact HP Support for permission. Otherwise, HP will not be liable for any consequence caused thereby. Confirming installation preparations Before you install the device, verify that you have read "Preparing for installation"...

  • Page 13: Mounting The Device On A Workbench

    Mounting the device on a workbench If a standard 19-inch rack is not available, you can place a device on a clean, flat workbench, as follows: Clean the recessed areas on the chassis bottom. Attach the four rubber feet to the recessed areas on the chassis bottom. Place the device on the workbench.

  • Page 14: Installing The Device By Using Front And Rear Mounting Brackets

    Figure 6 Rear mounting bracket Installing the device by using front and rear mounting brackets Wear the ESD-preventive wrist strap and make sure the rack is well grounded and sturdy enough. Mark the position on the rack for installing the mounting brackets, and install cage nuts. Figure 7 Installing cage nuts Use the screws packed with the front mounting brackets to secure the front mounting brackets to both sides of the device.

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    Figure 8 Installing the front mounting brackets Attach the weight-bearing screws packed with the rear mounting brackets to both sides of the device. The rear mounting brackets work with the weight-bearing screws to support the device. Figure 9 Installing the weight-bearing screws Determine the device installation position in the rack and use screws and cage nuts to attach the rear mounting brackets to the rear rack posts.

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    Figure 10 Installing rear mounting brackets Supporting the bottom of the device with one hand, push the device horizontally into the rack. Attach the front mounting brackets on the device to the front rack posts with screws and cage nuts, as shown in Figure Figure 11 Installing the device to the rack...

  • Page 17: Installing The Device By Using Front Mounting Brackets And A Rack Shelf

    Installing the device by using front mounting brackets and a rack shelf The rack shelf is an optional component that needs to be separately ordered if needed. The rack shelf in this example is for illustration only. To install the device by using front mounting brackets and a rack shelf: Wear the ESD-preventive wrist strap and verify that the rack is well grounded and sturdy enough.

  • Page 18: Installing The Device By Using Front Mounting Brackets And Slide Rails

    Figure 13 Installing the device to the rack Installing the device by using front mounting brackets and slide rails The slide rails are optional components that need to be separately ordered if needed. The slide rails in this example are for illustration only. To install the device by using front mounting brackets and slide rails: Wear the ESD-preventive wrist strap and verify that the rack is well grounded and sturdy enough.

  • Page 19: Grounding The Device

    Holding both sides of the device, push the device to the rack along the slide rails, as shown in Figure 15. Make sure the chassis bottom makes close contact with the slide rails. Figure 15 Installing the device to the rack Attach the front mounting brackets on the device to the front rack posts with M6 screws and cage nuts.

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    Figure 16 Grounding the device with a grounding strip Ground the device with the rack—Connect the other end of the grounding cable to the  grounding point on the rack and make sure the rack has been correctly grounded. Figure 17 Grounding the device with the rack (1)

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    Figure 18 Grounding the device with the rack (2) Grounding the device with a grounding conductor buried in the earth—If earth is available at  the installation site, hammer a 0.5 m (1.64 ft) or longer angle iron or steel tube into the earth to serve as a grounding conductor.

  • Page 22: Connecting The Console Cable And Setting Terminal Parameters

    Connecting the console cable and setting terminal parameters Connecting the console cable Prepare a configuration terminal. The configuration terminal can be an ASCII terminal with an RS232 serial port or a PC. The description in this section assumes that you use a PC as the configuration terminal. Connect the console cable: Plug the DB-9 female connector of the console cable to the serial port of the PC.

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    Figure 21 Connection description Select the serial port to be used from the Connect using list, and click OK. Figure 22 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.

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    Figure 23 Setting the serial port parameters NOTE: To restore the default settings, click Restore Defaults. Select File > Properties in the HyperTerminal window. Figure 24 HyperTerminal window On the Settings tab, set the emulation to VT100 and click OK.

  • Page 25: Connecting The Ethernet Cables

    Figure 25 Setting the terminal emulation in Test Properties dialog box Connecting the Ethernet cables Connecting a copper Ethernet port Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the copper Ethernet port of the device, and the other end to the Ethernet port of the peer device. After powering on the device, examine the LEDs of the fixed copper Ethernet port.

  • Page 26: Installing A Power Supply

    Installing a power supply CAUTION: Do not install an AC power supply and a DC power supply on the same device. The HP 870 cannot balance the output current between AC and DC power supplies installed in the same chassis, which causes one power supply to be in light-load status and one in heavy-load status.

  • Page 27: Connecting The Ac Power Cord

    Holding the handle of the power supply with one hand and supporting the bottom of the power supply with another hand, push the power supply into the slot along the guide rails until the power supply is completely inserted. Use a Phillips screwdriver to fasten the captive screws on the power supply. Figure 27 Installing an AC power supply Figure 28 Installing a DC power supply Connecting the AC power cord...

  • Page 28: Connecting The Dc Power Cord

    Figure 29 Connecting an AC power cord Connecting the DC power cord Use a flat-blade screwdriver to remove the protection cover from the DC power supply. Correctly insert the DC plug into the DC power receptacle. Use a flat-blade screwdriver to fasten the screws on the DC plug. Connect the other end of the DC power cord to the DC power source.

  • Page 29: Verifying The Installation

    Press Ctrl+D to access BASIC-BOOTWARE MENU Press Ctrl+T to start heavy memory test Booting Normal Extend BootWare..The Extend BootWare is self-decompressing..Done! **************************************************************************** HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN JG723A BootWare, Version 1.05 **************************************************************************** Compiled Date : Aug 14 2013 CPU Type...

  • Page 30

    Retrieving configuration file failed! User interface con0 is available. Press ENTER to get started. Press Enter at the prompt, and you can configure the device when the prompt <HP> appears. During the startup process, the CPLD is automatically upgraded to the latest version.

  • Page 31: Troubleshooting

    • The power cord is in good condition. NOTE: If the problem persists, contact HP Support. Configuration terminal problems If the configuration environment setup is correct, the configuration terminal displays booting information when the device is powered on. If the setup is incorrect, the configuration terminal either displays nothing or displays garbled text.

  • Page 32: Login Password Loss

    Login password loss CAUTION: Dealing with console login password loss and user privilege level password loss from BootWare menus is disruptive. How to deal with console login password loss and user privilege level password loss depends on the state of password recovery capability (see Figure 31).

  • Page 33: Dealing With User Privilege Level Password Loss

    Restart the device, and set a new password. <HP>system-view [HP]user-interface aux 0 [HP-ui-aux0]authentication-mode password [HP-ui-aux0]set authentication password cipher 123456 Save the new configuration by using the save command. <HP> save Dealing with user privilege level password loss Select 8 from the BootWare menu to clear the user privilege level password.

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    When you use FTP to load software, you entered an incorrect IP address, software name, username, or password. If software loading has failed even if the physical connections are in good condition and the software loading process does not have any input errors, contact HP Support.

  • Page 35: Hardware Management And Maintenance

    HP Comware Platform Software Comware Software, Version 5.20.109, ESS 2607P10 Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. HP 870 uptime is 0 week, 0 day, 0 hour, 1 minute HP 870 with 1 RMI XLP 432 1400MHz Processor 8192M bytes DDR3...

  • Page 36: Displaying Operational Statistics For The Device

    <HP>display version HP Comware Platform Software Comware Software, Version 5.20.105, ESS 2607P09 Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. HP 870 LSW uptime is 0 week, 0 day, 0 hour, 2 minutes HP 870 LSW with 2 Processors 1024M bytes DDR3...

  • Page 37: Displaying Detailed Information About The Device

    005 004 1.05 MAIN Normal slot 1 info: Up Time : 0 weeks, 0 days, 0 hours, 7 minutes Board Type : HP 870 LSW Board Status : Master Software Ver : ESS 2607P09 Patch Ver : None PCB Ver : Ver.A BootRom Ver : 1.05...

  • Page 38: Displaying The Electronic Label Data For The Device

    Use the display device manuinfo command to display the electronic label data for the device. On the controller engine: • <HP>display device manuinfo Subslot 0 DEVICE_NAME : 870 Unified Wired-WLAN JG723A DEVICE_SERIAL_NUMBER : CN11G5N111 MAC_ADDRESS : C4CA-D9DE-4FAF MANUFACTURING_DATE : 2013-05-08...

  • Page 39: Displaying The Cpu Usage Of The Device

    CPU usage at the interval of 5 minutes). Displaying the memory usage of the device Use the display memory command to display the memory usage statistics for the device. <HP> display memory System Total Memory(bytes): 1338886000 Total Used Memory(bytes): 379001236...

  • Page 40: Displaying The Operating State Of A Power Supply

    Absent—The fan is not in position. • Fault—The fan has failed. Displaying the operating state of a power supply Use the display power command to display the operating state of a power supply. <HP>display power Power 1 State: Normal Power 2 State: Absent...

  • Page 41: Displaying The Exception Handling Method

    Schedule a reboot at the CLI to occur at a specific time and date or after a delay. • Power off and then power on the device again. Because this method can cause data loss, HP • recommends that you use one of the CLI methods.

  • Page 42: Appendix A Chassis Views And Technical Specifications

    Appendix A Chassis views and technical specifications The figures in this document are for illustration only. Chassis views Figure 2 Front view (1) 100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports (1 to 12) (2) 100Base-FX/1000Base-X SFP ports (13 to 24) (3) 10GBase-R SFP+ ports (25 to 28) (4) 100/1000 Base-T management Ethernet ports (5) Console port Figure 3 Rear view...

  • Page 43: Power Supply Views

    Power supply views AC power supply Figure 4 AC power supply (1) Captive screw (2) Power switch (3) Air outlet vent (4) Power receptacle DC power supply Figure 5 DC power supply (1) Captive screw (2) Power switch (3) Air outlet vent (4) Power receptacle Transceiver module, fiber connector, and optical fiber views...

  • Page 44: Technical Specifications

    Figure 6 SFP transceiver module Figure 7 SFP+ transceiver module Figure 8 Optical fiber with LC-type connectors (1) LC-type connector (2) Optical fiber Technical specifications Table 9 Technical specifications Item Specification Console port One, 9600 bps (default) to 115200 bps Gigabit Ethernet port 12 100/1000 Base-T autosensing Ethernet ports SFP port...

  • Page 45: Transceiver Module Specifications

    Item Specification Memory 4 × 2 GB DDR3 Storage media 4 GB CF card Dimensions (H × W × D) (without rubber feet and 88.1 × 440 × 480 mm (3.47 × 17.32 × 18.90 in) mounting brackets) Rate AC voltage range 100 VAC to 240 VAC @ 50 Hz or 60 Hz Rate DC voltage range –48 VDC to –60 VDC...

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    Item Specification Receive sensitivity ≤ –30 dBm Saturation ≤ –14 dBm Table 13 SFP-FE-LX-SM1310-A specifications Item Specification Central wavelength 1310 nm Transmission distance 15 km (9.32 miles) Transmission rate 125 Mbps Connector type Duplex LC Fiber mode Fiber diameter 9 µm Transmit power –15 to –8 dBm Receive sensitivity...

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    Item Specification Receive sensitivity ≤ –17 dBm Saturation ≤ –3 dBm Table 16 SFP-GE-LX-SM1310-A specifications Item Specification Central wavelength 1310 nm Transmission distance 10 km (6.21 miles) Transmission rate 1250 Mbps Connector type Duplex LC Fiber mode Fiber diameter 9 µm Transmit power –9.5 to –3 dBm Receive sensitivity...

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    Item Specification Receive sensitivity ≤ –21 dBm Saturation ≤ –3 dBm Table 19 SFP-GE-LH70-SM1550 specifications Item Specification Central wavelength 1550 nm Transmission distance 70 km (43.50 miles) Transmission rate 1250 Mbps Connector type Duplex LC Fiber mode Fiber diameter 9 µm Transmit power –4 to +5 dBm Receive sensitivity...

  • Page 49: Interface Arrangement

    ≤ –15.8 dBm Saturation ≤ –1 dBm Interface arrangement The HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance provides fixed interfaces GigabitEthernet 1/0/1 through GigabitEthernet 1/0/32: GigabitEthernet 1/0/1 through GigabitEthernet 1/0/12—100/1000 Base-T autosensing Ethernet • ports. You can identify an interface by its mark.

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    GigabitEthernet 1/0/29 through GigabitEthernet 1/0/32—Internal interfaces that are used to • connect the controller engine of the HP 870 Unified Wired-WLAN Appliance.

  • Page 51: Appendix B Leds

    Appendix B LEDs Panel LEDs Figure 9 LEDs (1) 100/1000Base-T autosensing Ethernet port status LEDs (2) 100Base-FX/1000Base-X SFP port status LEDs (3) 10GBase-R SFP+ port status LEDs (4) 100/1000 Base-T out-of-band management Ethernet port status LEDs (LINK/ACT) (5) Power supply 1 status LED (PWR1) (6) Power supply 2 status LED (PWR2) (7) System status LED (SYS) (8) Expansion slot status LED (MOD)

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    Mark Status Description Steady green An interface card is present. Flashing green The hard disk is reading or writing data. Expansion slot status LED (green/yellow) Steady yellow A failure has occurred. No interface card is present. No link is present. 100/1000 Base-T out-of-band LINK/...

  • Page 53: Power Supply Leds

    Power supply LEDs Figure 10 AC power supply LEDs (1) AC power input status LED (2) AC power output status LED Table 25 AC power supply LED description Status Description No power is input or the power supply has an input problem. AC OK Steady green The power input is normal.

  • Page 54: Support And Other Resources

    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 55: 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 | ...

  • Page 56

    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 57: Index

    Power supply LEDs,49 parameters,18 Power supply views,39 Connecting the DC power cord,24 Powering on the device,25 Connecting the Ethernet cables,21 Contacting HP,50 Conventions,51 Rebooting the device,37 Related information,50 Displaying hardware information for the device,31 Safety recommendations,1 Software loading failure,29 Examining the installation...

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