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IP350 and IP380
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Part No. N450709003 Rev A
Published September 2004

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    IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide Part No. N450709003 Rev A Published September 2004...

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    (including negligence or otherwise) arising in any way out of the use of this software, even if advised of the possibility of such damage. Nokia reserves the right to make changes without further notice to any products herein.

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    Singapore 119968 Nokia Customer Support Web Site: https://support.nokia.com/ Email: tac.support@nokia.com Americas Europe Voice: 1-888-361-5030 or Voice: +44 (0) 125-286-8900 1-613-271-6721 Fax: 1-613-271-8782 Fax: +44 (0) 125-286-5666 Asia-Pacific Voice: +65-67232999 Fax: +65-67232897 021216 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Encryption Acceleration....... . 18 Managing the IP350 and IP380 Appliance ....18 Appliance Overview .

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    Using Voyager to Monitor an IP350 or 380 Appliance ..38 Using Nokia Horizon Manager ......38 Installing and Replacing Network Interface Cards .

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    Index ..........111 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Figure 14 Hard-Disk Drive Location ..... . 55 Figure 15 DIMM Socket Locations ..... . . 60 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 11: About This Guide, In This Guide

    About this Guide This manual provides information for the installation and use of the Nokia IP350 and IP380 appliance. Installation and maintenance should be performed by experienced technicians or Nokia-approved service providers only. This preface provides the following information: In This Guide...

  • Page 12: Conventions This Guide Uses

    Conventions This Guide Uses The following sections describe the conventions this guide uses, including notices, text conventions, and command-line conventions. Notices Warning Warnings advise the user that bodily injury might occur because of a physical hazard. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 13: Command-line Conventions

    Note Notes provide information of special interest or recommendations. Command-Line Conventions This section defines the elements of commands that are available in Nokia Internet Communications products. You might encounter one or more of the following elements on a command-line path.

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    A filename extension, such as .ext, might follow a variable that represents a filename. Type this extension exactly as shown, immediately after the name of the file. The extension might be optional in certain products. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 15: Text Conventions

    Keys that you press simultaneously are linked by a plus sign (+): Press Ctrl + Alt + Del. Menu commands Menu commands are separated by a greater than sign (>): Choose File > Open. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 16: Related Documentation

    Installation Guide (this document), a Voyager inline help feature, and the Voyager Reference Guide (online). You can find the IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide in PDF on the World Wide Web support site (https://support.nokia.com/). You can access inline help and the Voyager Reference Guide from Voyager.

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    Overview This chapter provides an overview of the IP350 and IP380 appliances and the requirements for using those appliances. The following topics are covered: About the Nokia IP350 and IP380 IP Security Appliances Managing the IP350 and IP380 Appliance Site Requirements...

  • Page 18: Encryption Acceleration, Managing The Ip350 And Ip380 Appliance

    IP routing combined with the industry-leading Check Point VPN-1/FireWall-1 enterprise security suite. The small size of the IP350 and IP380 appliance makes them ideal for installations that need to conserve space. As network devices, the IP350 and IP380 appliances support a comprehensive suite of IP-routing functions and protocols, including RIPv1/RIPv2, IGRP, OSPF and BGP4 for unicast traffic, and DVMRP for multicast traffic.

  • Page 19: Appliance Overview

    Voyager—manage, monitor, and configure the IP350 and IP380 appliance—you can also do with the CLI. For information about how to access the CLI, see the Nokia CLI Reference Guide for IPSO v3.6 or later. Nokia Horizon Manager—a secure GUI-based software image management application.

  • Page 20: Ethernet Management Ports

    PMC slots. Figure 3 Ethernet Management Ports Details Activity LED (yellow) Link LED (green) RJ-45 connectors 00120 Caution Cables that connect to the Ethernet ports must be IEEE 802.3 compliant to prevent potential data loss. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 21: Built-in Console Port

    Nokia supported network interface cards. For information about using this LAN card, see page 49 The IP350 and IP380 appliances also include a PCMCIA slot that supports PCMCIA modems. See “Installing a PCMCIA Modem” on page 54.

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    Overview Figure 4 Pin Assignments for Console Connection Pin# Assignment Input/Output Input Input Output Output 700001 Input Output Input Output IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 23: Built-in Aux Port

    5 (GND) 7 (GND) 5 (GND) 6 (DSR) Input 6 (DSR) 4 (DTR) 7 (RTS) Output 4 (RTS) 1 (DCD) 8 (CTS) Input 5 (CTS) 1 (DCD) 9 (RI) Output 22 (RI) 4 (DTR) IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 24: Status Leds

    Overview Status LEDs You can monitor the basic operation of IP350 and IP380 appliances and network interface cards (NICs) by checking their status LEDs. The system status LEDs are located on the front panel of the appliance, as Figure 6 shows.

  • Page 25: Site Requirements

    “Dual-Port 10/ 100 Ethernet Interface, PMC” on page 49. Site Requirements Before you install an IP350 or IP380 appliance, ensure that your computer room or wiring closet conforms to the environmental specifications listed in Appendix A, “Technical Specifications.” Warning Hazardous radiation exposure can occur if you use controls, make performance adjustments, or follow procedures that are not described in this document.

  • Page 26: Software Requirements

    Overview Caution Do not place objects over the ventilation holes on the IP350 or IP380 appliance. The components might overheat and become damaged. Caution For IP350 or IP380 appliances intended for shipment outside of the United States, the cord might be optional. If a cord is not provided, use a power cord rated at 6A, 250V, maximum 15 feet long, made of HAR cordage and IEC fittings approved by the country of end use.

  • Page 27: Installing The Appliance, Rack Mounting The Appliance

    Note The operating temperature range for the IP350 and IP380 appliance is 0° C to 45° C. Rack Mounting the Appliance The IP350 and IP380 appliances mount in a standard 19-inch rack with four mounting screws as Figure 7 shows.

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    Installing the Appliance Note To avoid damaging your equipment, Nokia recommends that you use all four rack-mounting bolts when you install your appliance on the rack. Figure 7 Mounting Screws Location 00248a Mounting Screws You can relocate the mounting brackets as...

  • Page 29: Connecting Power And Turning The Power On

    2. Plug the other end of the cord into a three-wire grounded power strip or wall outlet. 3. Press the power supply switch to the “on” position to activate the IP350 and IP380 appliance. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 30: Connecting Network Interfaces

    The fan unit on the power supply turns on when you press the power switch. Verify that the fans are running after you press the switch. Check the power LED on the front panel of the appliance (the Nokia logo) to ensure that the power supply is operating correctly. The power LED should be illuminated.

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    Connecting Network Interfaces After you connect the network interfaces, continue with Chapter 3, “Performing the Initial Configuration.”. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Installing the Appliance IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Performing the Initial Configuration The first time you turn power on to a Nokia IP350 and IP380 appliance, the initial configuration process begins. This process enables you to configure the network settings and provides access to the admin account. You can perform the initial configuration in two ways.

  • Page 34: Using A Console Connection To Perform The Initial Configuration

    Using a Console Connection to Perform the Initial Configuration If you do not use DHCP to perform the initial configuration of your IP350 and IP380 appliance, you must use a serial console connection (cable included). After you perform the initial configuration, the console connection is no longer required.

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    BOOTMGR> Hostname? prompts, verify that the terminal or terminal emulator program settings are correct. If the settings are correct, contact your Nokia service provider as listed in “Nokia Contact Information” on page 3.

  • Page 36: Accessing Nokia Network Voyager

    4. After you complete the initial configuration, you can use Voyager to configure the remaining network ports. Accessing Nokia Network Voyager You can use Voyager to configure the remaining network ports on your IP350 and IP380 appliance. To open Voyager 1.

  • Page 37: Accessing Voyager Reference Information

    Figure 10 Voyager Reference Access Points Link to Online Help (Voyager Reference Links to Inline Help (Context Sensitive) Voyager Reference Guide The Voyager Reference Guide is the reference source for Voyager. To access this source, click Doc. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 38: Using Nokia Horizon Manager, Using Voyager To Monitor An Ip350 Or 380 Appliance

    Voyager window. To turn off inline help, click Close. Using Voyager to Monitor an IP350 or 380 Appliance After you install and configure your IP350 and IP380 appliance, you can use Voyager to monitor its operation. Click Monitor from the Voyager home page to access the monitoring functions.

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    Installing and Replacing Network Interface Cards Your IP350 and IP380 appliances come with any network interface cards (NICs) you ordered already installed. This chapter describes how to remove, add, or replace NICs later if it becomes necessary. The following topics are covered:...

  • Page 40: Deactivating Configured Interfaces, Removing, Installing, And Replacing Nics

    “Deactivating Configured Interfaces” for additional information. Use these instructions to remove, install, or replace a NIC in IP350 and IP380 appliances. Some steps are not applicable to all procedures. The instructions point out steps appropriate to each procedure. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    To remove, install, or replace a network interface card Note Because power to IP350 and IP380 appliances is automatically disconnected when the chassis assembly is opened, you do not need to manually disconnect the power for this procedure. Any servicing of the unit, however, should be completed with the chassis assembly fully removed from the appliance.

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    4. From underneath the chassis assembly, remove the bezel retaining screws. 00254b If you are installing a NIC in an unoccupied slot, remove the blank bezel that occupies the space in the appliance front panel, retain it for future use, and proceed to step IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    6. Remove the NIC by lifting the back of the NIC away from the chassis assembly and pulling the NIC gently away from the front panel. 7. Insert the new NIC or blank bezel. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Insert the NIC bezel into the front panel. 00256a b. Gently push the back of the NIC down toward the chassis assembly. Make sure that the NIC edge is completely seated into the connectors on the chassis assembly. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    8. From the top of the chassis assembly, screw the NIC retaining screws into the standoffs on the back of the NIC. 00255b 9. From beneath the chassis assembly, screw in the bezel retaining screws. 00254a IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 46: Configuring And Activating Interfaces

    The system automatically restarts when the chassis assembly clicks into place. Configuring and Activating Interfaces The IP350 or IP380 appliance automatically detects any new NIC when the system is restarted. Use Voyager to configure and activate the logical and physical interfaces on the NIC.

  • Page 47: Monitoring Network Interface Cards

    Use Voyager to access detailed port information. For information about accessing Voyager, see “Accessing Nokia Network Voyager” on page 36. You can also use the IPSO tcpdump command to examine the track on a specific port. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Installing and Replacing Network Interface Cards IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 49: Dual-port 10/100 Ethernet Interface, Pmc

    Connecting PMC Network Interface Cards This chapter describes the PMC NICs available for the IP350 and IP380 appliances and explains how to connect those NICs to your network. The following NICs are covered: Dual-Port 10/100 Ethernet Interface, PMC For instructions on adding or replacing interface cards, see Chapter 4, “Installing and Replacing Network Interface Cards”...

  • Page 50: Ethernet Pmc Nic Features, Ethernet Nic Connectors And Cables

    Ethernet NIC Connectors and Cables The connectors on the Ethernet NIC are RJ-45 connectors: To connect to a 10-Mbps or 100-Mbps hub, use a straight-through RJ-45 cable. To connect directly to a host, use an RJ-45 crossover cable. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Figure 12 Output Connector for the Ethernet Cable Pin# Assignment 00113b Figure 13 shows the pin assignments for the RJ-45 cross-over cable. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Connecting PMC Network Interface Cards Figure 13 Ethernet Crossover-Cable Pin Connections 00017 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Installing and Replacing Other Components This chapter provides information on how to add or replace user serviceable items other than network interface cards in your IP350 and IP380 appliance. The following topics are covered: Installing a PCMCIA Modem Replacing a Hard-Disk Drive...

  • Page 54: Installing A Pcmcia Modem

    Voyager Reference Guide. Note The IP350 and IP380 support Ositech Five of Clubs and Ositech Five of Clubs II PCMCIA modems. Nokia recommends that you purchase your modem only from Nokia or authorized resellers. For further information, contact the appropriate Nokia customer support site listed “Nokia Contact...

  • Page 55: Replacing A Hard-disk Drive

    “Using Voyager to Configure the Network Interfaces” on page 67. Replacing a Hard-Disk Drive The IP350 and IP380 appliances include one hard-disk drive unit, which you can remove and replace. The following figure shows the location of the hard- disk drive on the motherboard.

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    00252a Note Because power to a IP350 or IP380 is automatically disconnected when the chassis assembly is opened, you do not need to manually disconnect the power for this procedure. Any servicing of the unit, however, should be completed with the chassis assembly fully removed from the appliance.

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    4. From the bottom of the chassis assembly, remove the retaining screws that hold the hard-disk drive unit. 00261 5. Gently remove the hard-disk drive from the motherboard, taking care not to damage the connector. 6. Insert the new hard-disk drive unit. 00262 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    7. Tighten the retaining screws that holds the hard-disk drive into place. 00261 8. Slide the chassis assembly back into the appliance until it clicks into place. 00252c IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 59: Replacing Or Upgrading Memory

    (DIMM) sockets. This section explains how to upgrade or replace the memory for either platform by using a Nokia-approved memory upgrade kit. The IP350 comes with 256 MB of memory in one DIMM and can be upgraded to 512 MB by adding a second 256 MB DIMM.

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    Installing and Replacing Other Components Note Nokia recommends that you obtain memory kits only from Nokia or authorized resellers. For further information, contact the appropriate Nokia customer support site listed “Nokia Contact Information” on page 3. The DIMM sockets are located at the right of the motherboard, as you look at...

  • Page 61: Adding Or Replacing Dimms

    Adding or Replacing DIMMs To add or replace DIMMs 1. Use Voyager or Lynx to perform an orderly shutdown of the IP350 or IP380 appliance. For information about accessing Voyager, see “Accessing Nokia Network Voyager”...

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    2. Loosen the two front panel thumbscrews. 00248a Chassis assembly thumbscrews 3. Slide the chassis assembly forward to expose the DIMM sockets Be careful not to pull the chassis assembly entirely out of the appliance. 00252a IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    You might need to pull opposite ends of the DIMM alternately to gradually free it from the contact pins. 5. The memory DIMMs are keyed to prevent improper insertion. Press the new DIMM into the socket until it clicks into place. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    DIMM. 00264 The retaining clips move into the lock position as you press the DIMM into place. 6. Slide the chassis assembly back into the appliance until it clicks into place. 00252c IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Replacing or Upgrading Memory 7. Resecure the two thumbscrews. 00248a Chassis assembly thumbscrews The appliance automatically recognizes the new memory configuration. You can verify this from the Voyager or Lynx interface. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 66: Installing An Encryption Accelerator Card

    Installing and Replacing Other Components Installing an Encryption Accelerator Card Note The IP350 does not support the optional encryption accelerator card. This section contains information about the Nokia encryption accelerator card for the IP380 appliance. The card provides high-speed cryptographic processing that enhances VPN performance.

  • Page 67: Installing The Card

    Installing the Card 1. Use Voyager or Lynx to shut down the appliance. 2. Loosen the two front-panel thumbscrews. 00248a Chassis assembly thumbscrews IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    4. Locate the PMC connectors on the rear of the motherboard. Caution Make sure you locate the correct connectors for the VPN acceleration card. Do not use the PMC connectors located at the front of the motherboard, those connectors are for NICs. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    The two sets of connectors should be aligned with each other. The four screw holes and four standoffs should also be aligned with one another. 6. Push down on the card until it is properly seated on the motherboard. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    10. To secure the connections, tighten the screws firmly, but do not overtighten. 11. Slide the chassis assembly back into the appliance and resecure the two thumbscrews. 00248a Chassis assembly thumbscrews Reseating the chassis assembly automatically restores power to the appliance. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 71: Configuring Software To Use Hardware Acceleration

    VPN tunnel, see “To configure Check Point VPN.” To configure IPsec 1. Start Nokia Network Voyager for your appliance. 2. On the Voyager home page, click Config. 3. Under Interfaces, click IPSec. 4. Scroll down and click IPSec Advanced Configuration.

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    Installing and Replacing Other Components You can also monitor Nokia encryption accelerator card interfaces with Voyager. For more information about accessing Voyager and locating relevant reference materials, see the Voyager Reference Guide. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 73: Using The Boot Manager

    Protecting the Boot Manager with a Password Installing the Boot Manager Upgrading the Boot Manager The IP350 and IP380 platforms incorporate a boot manager on disk to control the boot-up process. The boot manager allows you to perform a number of tasks, including the following:...

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    If autoboot is set to no, the IP350 or IP380 appliance stops at the boot manager command line during the boot process. If autoboot is set to yes, the IP350 or IP380 appliance does not stop at the boot manager command line during a boot up.

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    Single-User Mode: If the console is marked as insecure, you must enter the root password to access the manager. Verbose Mode: Verbose during device probing and thereafter. boot-device: This is the device from which the boot-file loads. Factory default: Options: (hard disk). IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 76: Viewing The Variables And Other System Parameters

    The command has the following syntax: printenv For example: BOOTMGR[93]> printenv Bootmgr Revision: 3.3,base kernel=3.5.1- 06.12.2002- 080000 autoboot: YES testboot: NO bootwait: 0 boot-file: boot-flags: boot-device: vendor: Nokia model: IP IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    0:20:30:0:11:4 speed 10M full duplex eth2: flags=130<BROADCAST,MULTICAST,PRESENT> ether 0:20:30:0:11:5 speed 10M full duplex eth3: flags=130<BROADCAST,MULTICAST,PRESENT> ether 0:20:30:0:11:6 speed 10M full duplex eth4: flags=130<BROADCAST,MULTICAST,PRESENT> ether 0:20:30:0:11:7 speed 10M full duplex IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 78: Setting The Variables

    Use the command to view the contents of directories on the devices in your IP350 or IP380 appliance. The command has the following syntax: ls device directory where device is the device containing the directory you want to look at, and directory is the directory on that device.

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    Use the command to set an alias. The command has the following setalias syntax: setalias name device where name is the alias name, and device the device for which name is the alias. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 80: Other Commands

    Use the command to halt the system. The command has the following halt syntax: halt help Use the command to display a list of the available commands. The help command has the following syntax: help IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 81: Booting The System

    If so, it uses that value; if not, it defaults to the values in the following table: Argument Default boot-device (the hard-disk drive) boot-file /image/current/kernel boot-flags IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 82: Using The Boot Manager To Install Ipso

    For complete installation procedures, refer to the appropriate version of release notes. Note A full installation using the install command deletes the existing IPSO image on the IP350 or IP380 appliance. To install a new copy of the IPSO kernel 1. At the boot manager command prompt, enter: BOOTMGR[0]>install...

  • Page 83: Protecting The Boot Manager With A Password

    Protecting the Boot Manager with a Password Protecting the Boot Manager with a Password To prevent accidental or unauthorized access to your IP350 or IP380 appliance hard disk, you can require that the user enter a password to access the boot manager command.

  • Page 84: Installing The Boot Manager

    The boot manager is installed at the factory; you should not need to re-install it. If you should need to re-install the boot manager, contact the appropriate Nokia customer support site listed in the Nokia Contact Information section at the front of this guide for instructions and a new boot manager.

  • Page 85: Upgrading The Boot Manager

    To upgrade the boot manager 1. Get the upgraded boot manager image from the appropriate Nokia customer support site as listed in the Nokia Contact Information section at the front of this guide. 2. Start the IP350 or IP380 appliance in single-user mode.

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    Using the Boot Manager IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 87: Troubleshooting, General Troubleshooting Information

    IP350 and IP380 appliance. If this is not possible using your laptop computer or terminal, the problem is with the terminal or cable and not the appliance.

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    Troubleshooting Problem You do not have a console connection to the IP350 and IP380 appliance. Solution For information about how to create a console connection, “Using a Console Connection to Perform the Initial Configuration” page 34. Problem Not connected with a null-modem cable.

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    The two double quotation marks at the end of the command properly indicate a blank password. After you execute this command, the system reports that the password was not successfully changed. However, the password is changed and is now newpassword. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Chapter 3, “Performing the Initial Configuration”. To reset the default database settings 1. Log in to the IP350 and IP380 appliance as admin by using Voyager. For information about how to access Voyager and the related reference materials, see “Accessing Nokia Network Voyager”...

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    IP350 and IP380 appliance configuration. Problem Wrong link speed. Solution Verify that the port on the host and the port on the IP350 and IP380 appliance are set for the same speed (10 Mbps or 100 Mbps). An unblinking data and activity LED on a port is a good indication that there is a speed mismatch.

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    Problem No link light. Solution You might have used the wrong cable. Use a crossover cable between an IP350 and IP380 appliance and a host, and a straight-through cable between an appliance and a hub. Problem Solid data and activity LED.

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    For information about how to access Voyager and the related reference materials, see “Accessing Nokia Network Voyager” on page 36. To delete the invalid entry 1. Click Config. 2. Click ARP in the Interfaces section. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Solution Verify that DVMRP is enabled on the interfaces in use. Problem Exceeding TTL on clients. Solution Verify that the client is set up for the proper TTL number. Many clients are set to receive local traffic only one hop away. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Solution Set encapsulation to LLC/SNAP. Consult your 1483 device documentation. Problem The MTU size is not 1500. Solution The MTU size must be 1500. Nokia does not support larger MTU sizes. Appliance Not Receiving Power Problem Power cord is not properly plugged in.

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    To set the boot manager to defaults, issue the command at the boot manager prompt as shown in this set-defaults example: BOOTMGR> set-defaults IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 97: Troubleshooting Routing Problems

    An example use of the ICLID command is shown below. For information about the ICLID command, see the Voyager Reference Guide. For information about how to access Voyager and the related reference materials, see “Accessing Nokia Network Voyager” on page 36. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    0 172.16/16 via 10.1.1.225, eith-sp4p1c0,cost 3, age 3111 In addition, several trace options are available. You can enable these options under the routing options in Voyager. When a trace is enabled the output appears in /var/tmp/ipsrd.log. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Solution Verify that the settings at the end of each link are identical. Problem Attached devices do not support OSPF. Solution Ensure that the attached IP350 and IP380 appliance supports OSPF. If the attached appliance does not support OSPF, configure it with a protocol that the appliance supports and exchange routes with OSPF, or set a default or static route.

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    Voyager Reference Guide (online documentation) to ensure that you follow all steps. For information about how to access Voyager and the related reference materials, see “Accessing Nokia Network Voyager” on page 36. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Troubleshooting Routing Problems Problem Routing protocol is not functioning properly. Solution to ensure that each routing protocol is functioning properly, see “Common Problems with OSPF” on page 99 and “Common Problems with RIP” on page 100. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Troubleshooting IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 103: A Technical Specifications, Physical Dimensions, Space Requirements

    17 lbs. (7.7 kg) base system Weight Space Requirements The IP350 and IP380 are designed for front-screw mounting in a 19-inch rack. Each IP350 and IP380 requires the following space in a rack: 1.75 inches (4.45 centimeters) of vertical space...

  • Page 104: Nic Interfaces

    Technical Specifications Caution Do not place objects over the ventilation holes on the IP350 or IP380 appliance. The appliance might overheat and become damaged. NIC Interfaces Cable Output Cable Type Connector Ethernet IEEE 802.3 10BASE-T, RJ-45 100BASE-TX unshielded twisted pair, full-duplex or...

  • Page 105: B Compliance Information

    Compliance Information This appendix contains the following compliance information: Declaration of Conformity Compliance Statements FCC Notice (US) IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 106: Declaration Of Conformity

    IP0380 Product Options: Serial Number: 1 to 100,000 Date First Applied: 2002 conforms to the following standards: Safety: EN60950:1992, A1,A2:1993, A3:1995, A4:1997, A11:1998 with Japanese National Deviations EMC: EN55024 1998, EN55022A 1998, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Pursuant to directive 1999/5/EC this product complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC with Amendment 93/68/EEC. Alan Hutchinson Manager Regulatory Compliance Engineering Mountain View, California August 2002 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 108: Compliance Statements

    European Community (CE) Immunity Standards EN50024: European Community (CE) EN61000-4-2 EN61000-4-3 EN61000-4-4 EN61000-4-5 EN61000-4-6 EN61000-4-8 EN61000-4-11 ENV50204 Harmonics and Voltage Fluctuation EN61000-3-2 European Community (CE) EN61000-3-3 European Community (CE) Safety Standards UL60950 Can/CSA-C22.2 No. 950 Canada IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

  • Page 109: Fcc Notice (us)

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Caution Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the grantee of this device could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    Compliance Information IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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    40 DIMMs accessing and removing 61 adding 61 commands socket locations 60 halt 80 documentation help 80 structure 11 ICLID 97 dual-port Ethernet network interface card 50 install 82 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide Index - 111...

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    IP350 and IP380 appliances 24 encryption accelerator card 66 Ethernet cable output connector 51 Ethernet crossover-cable pin connections 52 network interface cards Ethernet management ports 20 deactivating 40 Ethernet network interface cards dual-port Ethernet 50 cable pin assignments 51...

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    80 unsetenv command 79 upgrading memory 59 variables autoboot 74 boot flag 75 boot manager 74 boot-device 75 boot-file 75 bootwait 74 setting 78 viewing 76 Voyager opening 36 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide Index - 113...

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    Index - 114 IP350 and IP380 Appliance Installation Guide...

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