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Cisco 3200 Series Software Configuration Manual

Cisco 3200 Series Software Configuration Manual (314 pages)

Wireless MIC  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Wireless Router | Size: 5.71 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents4................................................................................................................................................................
Roles And The Associations Of Wireless Devices15................................................................................................................................................................
Service Set Identifiers16................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Mibs16................................................................................................................................................................
Mib List16................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Channel Frequencies16................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Transmit Power16................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation19................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation20................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Documentation20................................................................................................................................................................
Documentation Feedback20................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Additional Publications And Information23................................................................................................................................................................
Management Options34................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Wmic For The First Time35................................................................................................................................................................
Before You Start35................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Wmic35................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Console Port To Access The Privileged Exec Mode36................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Telnet Session To Access The Privileged Exec Mode36................................................................................................................................................................
Opening The Cli With Secure Shell36................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining And Assigning An Ip Address37................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning An Ip Address By Using The Exec37................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Your Wireless Lan38................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Basic Security Settings38................................................................................................................................................................
Using Vlans38................................................................................................................................................................
Express Security Types39................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Security Configuration Examples40................................................................................................................................................................
Example: No Security40................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Static Wep40................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Eap Authentication41................................................................................................................................................................
Example: Wpa42................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Wireless Device Network Roles45................................................................................................................................................................
Access Point Role46................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Role46................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-point Bridging47................................................................................................................................................................
Point-to-multipoint Bridging48................................................................................................................................................................
Redundant Bridging49................................................................................................................................................................
Workgroup Bridge Role50................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Workgroup Bridge (2.4-ghz Radios Only)52................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Dynamic Mac Address For Universal Workgroup Bridge56................................................................................................................................................................
World Mode (2.4 Ghz Radio Only)56................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Country Codes57................................................................................................................................................................
Additional Information62................................................................................................................................................................
Administering The Wmic65................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A System Name And Prompt65................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Dns66................................................................................................................................................................
Default Dns Configuration66................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Dns66................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Dns Configuration67................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Banner67................................................................................................................................................................
Default Banner Configuration68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Message-of-the-day Login Banner68................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Login Banner69................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Access To Privileged Exec Commands69................................................................................................................................................................
Default Password And Privilege Level Configuration70................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Or Changing A Static Enable Password70................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting Enable And Enable Secret Passwords With Encryption71................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Username And Password Pairs73................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Privilege Levels74................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Privilege Level For A Command74................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Into And Exiting A Privilege Level75................................................................................................................................................................
Protecting The Wireless Lan75................................................................................................................................................................
Security Configuration Examples78................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring And Enabling Radius83................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Radius83................................................................................................................................................................
Radius Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Wmic Access With Radius85................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Radius Server Host85................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Login Authentication88................................................................................................................................................................
Defining Aaa Server Groups89................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radius Authorization For User Privileged Access And Network Services91................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Radius Accounting92................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Settings For All Radius Servers92................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Bridge To Use Vendor-specific Radius Attributes93................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Bridge For Vendor-proprietary Radius Server Communication94................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Radius Configuration95................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Wmic Access With Tacacs+96................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Tacacs+96................................................................................................................................................................
Tacacs+ Operation97................................................................................................................................................................
Default Tacacs+ Configuration97................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ Login Authentication98................................................................................................................................................................
Identifying The Tacacs+ Server Host And Setting The Authentication Key98................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Tacacs+ Authorization For Privileged Exec Access And Network Services100................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Tacacs+ Accounting101................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Tacacs+ Configuration102................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Wmic For Local Authentication And Authorization102................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Wmic For Secure Shell103................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Ssh103................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ssh104................................................................................................................................................................
Managing Aironet Extensions104................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The System Time And Date105................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding The System Clock105................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Network Time Protocol105................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Time And Date Manually108................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The System Clock108................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Time And Date Configuration108................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Time Zone109................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Summer Time (daylight Saving Time)110................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ntp111................................................................................................................................................................
Default Ntp Configuration111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ntp Authentication111................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ntp Associations113................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ntp Broadcast Service114................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Ntp Access Restrictions116................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling Ntp Services On A Specific Interface117................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Source Ip Address For Ntp Packets118................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Ntp Configuration118................................................................................................................................................................
Radio Channel And Transmit Frequency Configuration121................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Radio Channels And Frequencies121................................................................................................................................................................
Determining The Radio Type122................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Channel Or Frequency122................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radio Channel Or Frequency122................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Radio Channel Spacing123................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.11n (5-ghz Band)125................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.11b (2.4-ghz Band)125................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.11g (2.4-ghz Band)125................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.11a (5-ghz Band)125................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Frequency Selection131................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Dynamic Frequency Selection131................................................................................................................................................................
Dfs Actions132................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Frequency Selection Channels132................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Preferred Channel133................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radar Detection By Clients134................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Snmp Trap For Radar Detection134................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Radio Transmit Power137................................................................................................................................................................
Determine The Radio Type138................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radio Transmit Power138................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Client Radio Transmit Power139................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Power Levels And Antenna Gains140................................................................................................................................................................
Ieee 802.11g (2.4 Ghz Band)140................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Radio Data Rates141................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Command142................................................................................................................................................................
Speed Command Examples143................................................................................................................................................................
Verify Settings144................................................................................................................................................................
Multiple Client Profiles145................................................................................................................................................................
Mcp Support In The 12.3(8)jk Release145................................................................................................................................................................
Mcp Support In 12.4(3)jk And Later Releases145................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Priority In 12.4(3)jk And Later Releases146................................................................................................................................................................
Dynamic Channel Width (4.9ghz Wmic Only)146................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Wmic For Mcp (12.4(3)jk Or Later Releases)147................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Examples148................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Wmic For Mcp (12.3(8)jk Only)149................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Ssids153................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Ssid154................................................................................................................................................................
Creating An Ssid154................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Any Ssid155................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Multiple Basic Ssids155................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Configuring Multiple Bssids155................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Using Multiple Bssids156................................................................................................................................................................
Cli Configuration Example156................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Configured Bssids156................................................................................................................................................................
Cipher Suites And Wep157................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Cipher Suites And Wep157................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cipher Suites158................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wep158................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wep With 12.4(3)jk Or Later Releases158................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wep With 12.3(8)jk Or Earlier Releases159................................................................................................................................................................
Wep Key Restrictions160................................................................................................................................................................
Example Wep Key Setup160................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cipher Suite161................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cipher Suite With 12.4(3)jk Or Later Releases161................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Cipher Suite With 12.3(8)jk Or Earlier Releases163................................................................................................................................................................
Matching Cipher Suites With Wpa164................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning Tree Protocol In A Wireless Environment165................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol165................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Overview166................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Support166................................................................................................................................................................
Bridge Protocol Data Units167................................................................................................................................................................
Election Of The Spanning-tree Root168................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Timers168................................................................................................................................................................
Creating The Spanning-tree Topology168................................................................................................................................................................
Spanning-tree Interface States169................................................................................................................................................................
Blocking State170................................................................................................................................................................
Listening State171................................................................................................................................................................
Learning State171................................................................................................................................................................
Forwarding State171................................................................................................................................................................
Disabled State171................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp Features172................................................................................................................................................................
Default Stp Configuration172................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Stp Settings172................................................................................................................................................................
Stp Configuration Examples173................................................................................................................................................................
Root Bridge Without Vlans173................................................................................................................................................................
Non-root Bridge Without Vlans174................................................................................................................................................................
Root Bridge With Vlans175................................................................................................................................................................
Non-root Bridge With Vlans176................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Spanning-tree Status178................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Discovery Protocol179................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Cdp179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Cdp179................................................................................................................................................................
Default Cdp Configuration179................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Cdp Characteristics179................................................................................................................................................................
Authentication Types185................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Authentication Types185................................................................................................................................................................
Open Authentication To The Wmic186................................................................................................................................................................
Shared Key Authentication To The Wmic186................................................................................................................................................................
Eap Authentication To The Network187................................................................................................................................................................
Eap-tls189................................................................................................................................................................
Eap-fast189................................................................................................................................................................
Eap-ttls189................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Address Authentication To The Network190................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cckm Key Management190................................................................................................................................................................
Using Wpa Key Management190................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Certificates Using The Crypto Pki Cli191................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using The Cut And Paste Method191................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using The Tftp Method195................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration Using Scep196................................................................................................................................................................
Adding The Trustpoint To The Dot1x Credentials198................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authentication Types199................................................................................................................................................................
Default Authentication Settings199................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning Authentication Types To An Ssid200................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Up 2.4 The Wmic Radio As An Eap Client203................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up A Non-root Bridge As A Leap Client For 4.9 Wmic Radios205................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Root Device To Interact With The Wds Device207................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Additional Wpa Settings207................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Authentication Holdoffs, Timeouts, And Intervals208................................................................................................................................................................
Matching Authentication Types On Root Devices And Non-root Bridges209................................................................................................................................................................
Qos In A Wireless Environment211................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Qos For Wireless Lans211................................................................................................................................................................
Qos For Wireless Lans Versus Qos On Wired Lans212................................................................................................................................................................
Impact Of Qos On A Wireless Lan212................................................................................................................................................................
Precedence Of Qos Settings213................................................................................................................................................................
Using Wi-fi Multimedia Mode213................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Qos214................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Configuration Examples214................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Example Configuration For Vlan214................................................................................................................................................................
Qos Example Of Ip Dscp And Ip Precedence215................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Vlans217................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Vlans217................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documents218................................................................................................................................................................
Incorporating Wireless Bridges Into Vlans219................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring A Vlan219................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Vlans Configured On The Wmic219................................................................................................................................................................
System Message Logging223................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding System Message Logging223................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring System Message Logging224................................................................................................................................................................
System Log Message Format224................................................................................................................................................................
Default System Message Logging Configuration225................................................................................................................................................................
Disabling And Enabling Message Logging226................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Message Display Destination Device227................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Timestamps On Log Messages228................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling And Disabling Sequence Numbers In Log Messages228................................................................................................................................................................
Defining The Message Severity Level229................................................................................................................................................................
Limiting Syslog Messages Sent To The History Table And To Snmp230................................................................................................................................................................
Setting A Logging Rate Limit231................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Unix Syslog Servers231................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Messages To A Unix Syslog Daemon232................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Unix System Logging Facility232................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Logging Configuration233................................................................................................................................................................
Tunnel Templates235................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Tunnel Template On The Home Agent235................................................................................................................................................................
Applying The Tunnel Template On The Mobile Router236................................................................................................................................................................
Example Configuration237................................................................................................................................................................
Applying Tunnel Templates To The Ipsec Two-box Solution238................................................................................................................................................................
Wimic Troubleshooting243................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Led Indicators243................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Basic Settings245................................................................................................................................................................
Ssid245................................................................................................................................................................
Wep Keys245................................................................................................................................................................
Security Settings245................................................................................................................................................................
Resetting To The Default Configuration245................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cli246................................................................................................................................................................
Reloading The Image247................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining The Image Files249................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Tftp Server Software249................................................................................................................................................................
Reloading The Bootloader Image249................................................................................................................................................................
Error And Event Messages250................................................................................................................................................................
Protocol Filters255................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Filters255................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Filters255................................................................................................................................................................
Simple Network Management Protocol257................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Snmp257................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Versions258................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Manager Functions258................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Agent Functions259................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Community Strings259................................................................................................................................................................
Using Snmp To Access Mib Variables259................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Snmp260................................................................................................................................................................
Default Snmp Configuration260................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling The Snmp Agent260................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Community Strings260................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Trap Managers And Enabling Traps262................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Agent Contact And Location Information265................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Snmp-server View Command265................................................................................................................................................................
Snmp Examples265................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Snmp Status266................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Power Levels267................................................................................................................................................................
Using Ftp To Access The Mib Files269................................................................................................................................................................
Wds, Fast Secure Roaming, And Radio Management279................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Wds279................................................................................................................................................................
Role Of The Wds Access Point280................................................................................................................................................................
Role Of Access Points Using The Wds Access Point280................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Fast Secure Roaming280................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Radio Management282................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Wds And Fast Secure Roaming282................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Wds282................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Wds And Fast Secure Roaming283................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Wmic To Use The Wds Access Point283................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring The Authentication Server To Support Fast Secure Roaming283................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cli Commands To Enable The Wds Server287................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cli Commands To Enable The Root Device288................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Wds Information289................................................................................................................................................................
Using Debug Messages289................................................................................................................................................................
Using Cli Commands To Enable Roaming290................................................................................................................................................................
Management Frame Protection291................................................................................................................................................................
Understanding Management Frame Protection291................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Of Unicast Management Frames292................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Of Broadcast Management Frames292................................................................................................................................................................
Client Mfp For Access Points In Root Mode292................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Client Mfp292................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring Infrastructure Mfp293................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco 3200 Series Use And Care Manual

Cisco 3200 Series Use And Care Manual (282 pages)

Cisco Systems TelePresence System Installation Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Conference System | Size: 54.54 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Preface9................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation10................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Overview11................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Chapter Organization11................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix A: Parts List Sorted By Carton12................................................................................................................................................................
Overview12................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions And Terminology13................................................................................................................................................................
Tools And Equipment List13................................................................................................................................................................
Parts List15................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 2 Building The Display Assembly17................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Mounting And Leveling The Plasma Displays20................................................................................................................................................................
Purpose Of Leveling The Plasma Displays27................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Alignment Points28................................................................................................................................................................
Leveling Goals28................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Building The Display Shelf Assembly36................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Building The Lighting Assembly44................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Building The First Row Table Assembly70................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 9 Routing Power And Signal Cables73................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 7 Building The Second Row Table Assembly90................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 8 Assembling The Remaining Cisco Telepresence Elements139................................................................................................................................................................
Power Requirements For The Cisco Telepresence 3200156................................................................................................................................................................
First-time Setup183................................................................................................................................................................
Loading Cts Administration Software183................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 10 First-time Setup184................................................................................................................................................................
Configuring An Alternate Tftp Server (optional)186................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up Cts Components186................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Displays187................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Cameras188................................................................................................................................................................
Starting The Software Setup189................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Zoom191................................................................................................................................................................
Focusing The Camera194................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Camera Hood Assembly197................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Speakers200................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Microphones200................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Up The Projector202................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting Presentation Devices204................................................................................................................................................................
Other Devices205................................................................................................................................................................
Use & Care Guide207................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining The Tabletop207................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Plasma Displays207................................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning The Camera Lens208................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining The Projector208................................................................................................................................................................
Complete List Of Spares For The Cisco Telepresence System 3200209................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 12 Field-replaceable Unit Guide210................................................................................................................................................................
Powering On The System212................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Camera Cluster-part Number Cts3k-cam-clst-g2213................................................................................................................................................................
Required Information, Tools, And Equipment213................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing The Camera Cluster213................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Plasma Display-part Number Cts-disp-65-gen4214................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Audio Components215................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Camera Cluster216................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Left Door216................................................................................................................................................................
Removing A Display Shelf216................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Display Screen And Completing The Procedure217................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Speaker-part Number Cts-ldspkr222................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Speaker223................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Codec Unit-part Number Cts-codec-pri-g2= (primary Codec) Or Cts-codec-sec= (secondary Codec)224................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Codec224................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Microphone-part Number Cts-mic226................................................................................................................................................................
Powering Off The System226................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Microphone227................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Microphone Without A Microphone Extension Cable227................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Microphone With A Microphone Extension Cable228................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Light Fixture-part Number Cts-light-fixt230................................................................................................................................................................
Replacement Bulbs230................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Audio/video Extension Unit-part Number Cts-av-exp231................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Auxiliary Control Unit-part Number Cts-light-ctrl232................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Cisco Unified Ip Phone-part Number Cp-7975g-cts233................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Projector Lamp-part Number Cts-prjtr-bl-gen1= Or Cts-prjtr-gen2-ch (china)233................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Projector-part Number Cts-prjtr-gen1235................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Pdu-part Number Cts-pwr-pdu235................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Display Shelf236................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Display Shelf Row Table Section237................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A First Row Table Top Section238................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A First Row Table Top Section239................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Second Row Table Top Section240................................................................................................................................................................
Removing And Replacing A Second Row Table Top Section241................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 1 Of 58: Mechanical Accessory Kit, Cts3k-acc-kit, 53-2855-xx245................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 3 Of 58: Primary Codec, Cts-codec-pri-g2, 800-30638-xx247................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 5 Of 58: Secondary Codec, 800-28202-xx, Cts-codec-sec248................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 6 Of 58: Secondary Codec, 800-28202-xx, Cts-codec-sec248................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 7 Of 58: Projector, 74-4824-xx, Cts-prjtr-gen249................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 8 Of 58: Speaker, 74-4740-xx, Cts-ldspkr249................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 9 Of 58: Speaker, 74-4740-xx, Cts-ldspkr249................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 10 Of 58: Speaker, 74-4740-xx, Cts-ldspkr249................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 11 Of 58: Power Cord, 37-08xx-xx, Pwr-cord10-xx249................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 24 Of 58: Plasma Display, 74-4881-xx, Cts-disp-65-gen253................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 25 Of 58: Plasma Display, 74-4881-xx, Cts-disp-65-gen253................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 27 Of 58: Light Fixture, 74-5361-xx, Cts-light-fixt254................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 28 Of 58: Light Fixture, 74-5361-xx, Cts-light-fixt254................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 29 Of 58: Light Fixture, 74-5361-xx, Cts-light-fixt254................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 30 Of 58: Light Fixture, 74-5362-xx, Cts-light-fixt255................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 31 Of 58: Light Fixture, 74-5362-xx, Cts-light-fixt255................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 32 Of 58: Camera Target, 69-1674-xx, Cts-cam-tool255................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 34 Of 58: Privacy Panels, 69-1629-xx, Cts3k-structure256................................................................................................................................................................
Carton 50 Of 58: Cisco Telepresence 3200 Structure—addition To Standard Cts261................................................................................................................................................................
Argentina B267................................................................................................................................................................
Central Europe B269................................................................................................................................................................
India, Uae, South Africa B271................................................................................................................................................................
Italy B-273................................................................................................................................................................
North America B275................................................................................................................................................................
United Kingdom B277................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Telepresence System277................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3200 Series Hardware Reference Manual

Cisco 3200 Series Hardware Reference Manual (146 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 8.21 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To The Cisco 3200 Series Routers7................................................................................................................................................................
Audience And Scope8................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation8................................................................................................................................................................
Conventions9................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request9................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures13................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure14................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure15................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Router Card Stack16................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure17................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3230 Router Card Stack18................................................................................................................................................................
Rugged Enclosure End Caps19................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna End Cap19................................................................................................................................................................
I/o End Caps For The Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures20................................................................................................................................................................
End Cap Fast Ethernet And Wmic Console Ports20................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Router I/o End Cap21................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3230 Router I/o End Cap24................................................................................................................................................................
Protective End Cap Cover25................................................................................................................................................................
I/o End Cap Port Signals27................................................................................................................................................................
Gigabit Ethernet Signal Limitations27................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Ethernet Signals27................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Ethernet Port Cabling For The Cisco 3250 And Cisco 3230 Routers28................................................................................................................................................................
Console Port Signals29................................................................................................................................................................
Aux Port Signals29................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure Led Indications30................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure I/o End Cap Led Indications30................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure I/o End Cap Led Indications31................................................................................................................................................................
Wmic Console Leds31................................................................................................................................................................
Thermal Plates32................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting Brackets33................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card37................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Component Systems38................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Power Requirements40................................................................................................................................................................
Power Connections (aux)40................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware Encryption Processor40................................................................................................................................................................
Ethernet Port Speed And Duplex Mode42................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Encryption Module43................................................................................................................................................................
Security Engine Features43................................................................................................................................................................
Temperature Sensor44................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Mac Address Allocation44................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Mobile Access Router Card45................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Mobile Acces Router Card46................................................................................................................................................................
Marc Component Systems46................................................................................................................................................................
Marc Power Requirements47................................................................................................................................................................
Marc Router Signals47................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Ethernet Signals On The Marc47................................................................................................................................................................
Console And Auxiliary Signals48................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Fast Ethernet Switch Mobile Interface Card49................................................................................................................................................................
Autonegotiation And Auto-mdi/mdix50................................................................................................................................................................
Mac Address Allocation50................................................................................................................................................................
Fesmic Component Systems51................................................................................................................................................................
Signals For The Fesmic52................................................................................................................................................................
Fesmic Rotary Switch Positions53................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 5 Serial Mobile Interface Card55................................................................................................................................................................
Smic Component Systems56................................................................................................................................................................
Signals For The Smic57................................................................................................................................................................
4-port Smic Rotary Switch Positions57................................................................................................................................................................
2-port Smic Rotary Switch Positions58................................................................................................................................................................
Smic Led Signals58................................................................................................................................................................
Smic Power Consumption59................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Wireless Mobile Interface Cards61................................................................................................................................................................
Wmic Component Systems61................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 6 Wireles Mobile Interface Card62................................................................................................................................................................
Antenna Connector62................................................................................................................................................................
Wmic Console And Fast Ethernet Ports62................................................................................................................................................................
Fast Ethernet Signals On The Wmic63................................................................................................................................................................
Led Behavior64................................................................................................................................................................
Key Features65................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference65................................................................................................................................................................
Wmic Power Requirement67................................................................................................................................................................
Mean Time Between Failure67................................................................................................................................................................
Differences Between Wmics67................................................................................................................................................................
2.4-ghz (802.11b/g) Wmic Features69................................................................................................................................................................
Universal Workgroup Bridge Limitations71................................................................................................................................................................
4.9-ghz (public Safety) Wmic Features71................................................................................................................................................................
4.9-ghz Channels72................................................................................................................................................................
Throughput73................................................................................................................................................................
Modulation73................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Sensitivity73................................................................................................................................................................
5.0-ghz (802.11h) Radio Features74................................................................................................................................................................
5.0-ghz (802.11h) Channels74................................................................................................................................................................
Transmit Sensitivity75................................................................................................................................................................
Working With The Flash File System79................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Available File Systems79................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Default File System80................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying Information About Files On A File System81................................................................................................................................................................
Changing Directories And Displaying The Working Directory81................................................................................................................................................................
Creating And Removing Directories81................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Files82................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Files83................................................................................................................................................................
Extracting A Tar File84................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Contents Of A File85................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Configuration Files85................................................................................................................................................................
Guidelines For Creating And Using Configuration Files86................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration File Types And Location87................................................................................................................................................................
Creating A Configuration File By Using A Text Editor87................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Configuration Files By Using Tftp87................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Configuration Files By Using Ftp89................................................................................................................................................................
Uploading A Configuration File By Using Ftp91................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Configuration Files By Using Rcp92................................................................................................................................................................
Uploading A Configuration File By Using Rcp94................................................................................................................................................................
Clearing Configuration Information95................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting A Stored Configuration File95................................................................................................................................................................
Working With Software Images96................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Image Files By Using Tftp97................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Image Files By Using Ftp100................................................................................................................................................................
Copying Image Files By Using Rcp105................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Sfp Modules Into Sfp Module Slots120................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnosing Sfp Problems121................................................................................................................................................................
Error Messages122................................................................................................................................................................
Enabling Ip Pim On Layer 3 Interfaces134................................................................................................................................................................
Storm Control137................................................................................................................................................................
Storm Control Configuration138................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping139................................................................................................................................................................
Igmp Snooping Configuration139................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco 3200 Series Upgrade Manual

Cisco 3200 Series Upgrade Manual (60 pages)

Hardware Upgrade Guide  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 8.37 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
About This Guide5................................................................................................................................................................
Audience And Scope5................................................................................................................................................................
Related Documentation5................................................................................................................................................................
Obtaining Documentation And Submitting A Service Request6................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction7................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure7................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 1 Introduction8................................................................................................................................................................
Fully Assembled Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure8................................................................................................................................................................
Exploded View Of The Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure8................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3230 Router Card Stack10................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Rugged Isr11................................................................................................................................................................
Fully Assembled Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure11................................................................................................................................................................
Exploded View Of The Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure12................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3270 Router Card Stack13................................................................................................................................................................
Wiring Cards14................................................................................................................................................................
What You Can Upgrade Or Replace15................................................................................................................................................................
Required Tools15................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Cards In The Cisco 3230 Isr Rugged Enclosure17................................................................................................................................................................
Card Replacement Process17................................................................................................................................................................
C H A P T E R 2 Replacing Cards In The Cisco 3230 Isr Rugged Enclosure18................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnecting All Cables From The Enclosure18................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Antenna End Cap18................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The I/o End Cap21................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Wiring Card22................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Card Stack22................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing Or Adding A New Card23................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A New Wmic23................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing A Wmic24................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Fesmic25................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Smic26................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Marc26................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Mrpc26................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Card Stack Into The Extrusion27................................................................................................................................................................
Reattaching The Wiring Card29................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching Version 1 Of The Wiring Card29................................................................................................................................................................
Attaching The Version 2 Of The Wiring Card30................................................................................................................................................................
Reattaching The I/o End Cap33................................................................................................................................................................
Reattaching The Antenna End Cap35................................................................................................................................................................
Applying New I/o End Cap Function Labels35................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 3 Replacing Cards In The Cisco Isr 3270 Rugged Enclosure37................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Card Stack Into The Enclosure43................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Wmic Jumper Settings50................................................................................................................................................................
Chapter 4 Replacing The Sfp Module55................................................................................................................................................................
Sfp Module Replacement Process56................................................................................................................................................................
I N D E X59................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco 3200 Series Datasheet

Cisco 3200 Series Datasheet (13 pages)

Mobile Access Router  
Brand: Cisco | Category: Network Router | Size: 0.19 MB

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