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Xerox NC-300D Series Installation Manual

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10/100BASE-TX TO 100BASE-FX
MEDIA CONVERTERS
NC-300D Series
Installation Guide
DOC.060215-NC-300D
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  • Page 1 10/100BASE-TX TO 100BASE-FX MEDIA CONVERTERS NC-300D Series Installation Guide DOC.060215-NC-300D...
  • Page 2 The information contained in this document is subject to change without prior notice. Copyright (C) All Rights Reserved. TRADEMARKS Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corp. FCC NOTICE This device complies with Class B Part 15 the FCC Rules. Operation is...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction ............4 1.1 Key Features ................. 4 1.2 Specifications ................5 1.3 Optical Specifications ..............8 1.4 Special Functions ................ 10 2. Installation ............12 2.1 Unpacking ..................12 2.2 Mounting the Device ..............12 2.3 Applying Power ................
  • Page 4: Introduction

    1. Introduction The 10/100BASE-TX to 100BASE-FX media converter series provides a media conversion allowing high-speed integration of fiber optic and twisted- pair segments. With 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX support, the converters provide seamless translation between Ethernet and Fast Ethernet networks. A complete set of LEDs allows for quick status verification. 1.1 Key Features The media converters also provide the following key features: •...
  • Page 5: Specifications

    1.2 Specifications Twisted-Pair Interface (TP Port) Connector Shielded RJ-45 Pin Assignments Auto MDI/MDI-X detection Signal Compliance IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T, 802.3u 100BASE-TX Data Speed 10Mbps or 100Mbps Duplex Mode Half-duplex or Full-duplex Configuration Auto-negotiation capable and optional forced manual settings Cable Types 10Mbps - Category 3, 4, or 5 UTP 100Mbps - Category 5 UTP Supported Link Distance...
  • Page 6 Fiber Optic Interface (FX Port) Signal Compliance IEEE 802.3u 100BASE-FX Connector SC, ST, MT-RJ, VF-45, LC or Single SC Data Speed 100Mbps Duplex Mode Full-duplex and optional half duplex Multimode (MMF) - 50/125, 62.5/125 µm Cable Types Single mode (SMF) - 9/125 µm Supported Link Distance MMF up to 2km SMF up to 100km...
  • Page 7 LED Indicators DISPLAY STATE INTERPRETATION Power status Power on Power off TP LINK TP port link status Link up and no traffic Link fault Blink Rx/Tx activities TP 100M TP port speed status ON 100Mbps 10Mbps TP FDX TP port duplex status ON Full duplex Half duplex Blink...
  • Page 8: Optical Specifications

    Basic Information Forwarding Throughput Full wire speed at 100M full duplex 10Mbps - 14,880 pps at 64-byte packets 100Mbps - 148,800pps at 64-byte packets Packet Types Transparent and no modification for - IEEE 802.3 standard packets - IEEE 802.1Q VLAN tagged packets Packet Length Up to 1522 bytes at store-and-forward mode No limit at smart-forward mode 100to100...
  • Page 9 Duplex Fiber Series Model Port Fiber Wavelength Tx Power Rx Sensitivity 300D-T 1310nm -19 ~ -14dBm -31dBm 300D-C 1310nm -19 ~ -14dBm -31dBm 300D-EC SC 1310nm -20 ~ -14dBm -31dBm 300D-JM MT-RJ MMF 1310nm -19 ~ -14dBm -31dBm 300D-VM VF-45 MMF 1310nm -20 ~ -14dBm -31dBm...
  • Page 10: Special Functions

    1.4 Special Functions Auto MDI/MDI-X Function This function allows the TP port to auto-detect the twisted-pair signals and adapts itself to form a valid MDI to MDI-X connection with the remote connected device automatically. Auto-negotiation Function When TP port is set on Auto-negotiation mode (SW1:ON), it is featured with auto-negotiation function and full capability.
  • Page 11 Link Fault Pass Through Function When this function is enabled, a link fault detected on the TP port will force a link down on the FX port. Similarly, a link fault detected on the FX port will also force a link down on the TP port. As illustrated in the following figure, this function allows to pass TP link fault to the remote link partner and makes the converter like a TP cable extender.
  • Page 12: Installation

    2. Installation 2.1 Unpacking Check that the following components have been included: • Installation guide (or contained in the product CD) • 10/100 Media Converter • One AC power adapter If any item is found missing or damaged, please contact your local reseller for replacement.
  • Page 13: Applying Power

    2.3 Applying Power Before you begin the installation, check the AC voltage of your area. The AC power adapter which is used to supply the DC power for the unit should have the AC voltage matching the commercial power voltage in your area. The AC Power Adapter Specifications AC input power: AC power voltage of your area, options -...
  • Page 14: Making Tp Port Connection

    2.4 Making TP Port Connection TP port is featured to support connection to : • Auto-negotiation devices • Auto-negotiation incapable 10BASE-T devices • Auto-negotiation incapable 100BASE-TX devices Network Cables 10BASE-T: 2-pair UTP Cat. 3,4,5 , EIA/TIA- 568 100-ohm STP 100BASE-TX: 2-pair UTP Cat.
  • Page 15 Duplex Fiber Series Model Connector Wavelength Fiber Ref. distance 300D-T 1310nm Duplex MMF 300D-C 1310nm Duplex MMF 300D-JM MT-RJ 1310nm Duplex MMF 300D-VM VF-45 1310nm Duplex MMF 300D-SA2 1310nm Duplex SMF 20km 300D-SL2 1310nm Duplex SMF 20km 300D-SL3 1310nm Duplex SMF 30km 300D-SL4 1310nm...
  • Page 16: Led Indicators

    2.6 LED Indicators Link Fault Pass Through Function is disabled Display Status Interpretation Power status Power on Power off TP LINK TP port link status Link up and no traffic Link fault Blink Rx/Tx activities TP 100M TP port speed status 100Mbps 10Mbps TP FDX TP port duplex status...
  • Page 17: Optional Configuration Settings

    3. Optional Configuration Settings The media converter provides additional configuration settings which are user-inaccessible. The settings are built on the board inside the prod- uct case. The settings are provided for technical installers to adapt the converter to fit some specific application needs. 3.1 User Inaccessible Jumpers The setting jumpers are not accessible by users generally.
  • Page 18: Forwarding Mode Setting Jp1

    3.1.1 Forwarding Mode Setting JP1 The following table lists the forward method used in different TP to FX conversions: JP1 Setting TP port to/from FX port Forward method Store-and-forward 10BASE-T to 100BASE-FX Store and forward 100BASE-TX to 100BASE-FX Store and forward Smart-forward 10BASE-T to 100BASE-FX Store and forward...
  • Page 19: 802.3x Function Setting Jp2

    3.1.2 802.3x Function Setting JP2 IEEE 802.3x function is the flow control method used for full duplex op- eration on TP port and FX port under store and forward mode. This method uses pause frames for one port to stop further transmission from its link partner.

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