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2H258-17R
SmartSwitch 2200
Installation User’s Guide
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Page 1 - Installation User’s Guide

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viii Contents3INSTALLATION3.1 Unpacking the Device ... 3-23.2 Instal

Page 3 - FCC NOTICE

Figures ixFigure PageFigures1-1 The 2H258-17R SmartSwitch 2200...1-13-1

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Page 5 - PROGRAM LICENSE AGREEMENT

About This Guide xiAbout This GuideWelcome to the 2H258-17R SmartSwitch 2200 Installation User’s Guide. This guide describes the 2H258-17R SmartSwitch

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Related Documentsxii About This GuideChapter 4, Troubleshooting, describes the function of the LANVIEW LEDs, which can help to quickly diagnose networ

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Document ConventionsAbout This Guide xiiiThe HSIM-W6 Installation Guide, the HSIM-W84 Installation Guide, and the WAN Series Local Management User’s G

Page 9 - Contents

Introduction 1-11IntroductionThis chapter introduces the 2H258-17R SmartSwitch 2200 device and provides information about how to obtain additional sup

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Overview1-2 IntroductionThe 2H258-17R is used to connect individual high-bandwidth user devices, such as workstations, or to provide a central switchi

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OverviewIntroduction 1-3The RAD requests start at an interval of 1 per second. The interval then doubles after every transmission until an interval of

Page 13 - About This Guide

Overview1-4 Introduction1.1.6 Broadcast SuppressionBroadcast Suppression enables a user to set a desired limit of receive broadcast frames per port/pe

Page 14 - RELATED DOCUMENTS

OverviewIntroduction 1-51.1.9 Flow ControlFlow control is a method of managing the flow of frames between two devices. It ensures that a transmitting

Page 15 - DOCUMENT CONVENTIONS

Overview1-6 Introduction1.1.12 ManagementManagement of the 2H258-17R is accomplished using SNMP compliant management tools for in-band Local Managemen

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Getting HelpIntroduction 1-71.1.17 LANVIEW Diagnostic LEDsLANVIEW diagnostic LEDs serve as an important troubleshooting aid by providing an easy way t

Page 18 - 1.1.1 Connectivity

Network Requirements 2-12Network RequirementsBefore installing the 2H258-17R, review the requirements and specifications referred to in this chapter c

Page 20 - 1.1.8 Traffic Rate Limiting

Installation 3-13InstallationThis chapter provides the instructions required to install the 2H258-17R. A Phillips screwdriver is required to install o

Page 21 - 1.1.11 802.1 Port Priority

Unpacking the Device3-2 Installation3.1 UNPACKING THE DEVICEUnpack the device as follows:1. Open the box and remove the packing material protecting th

Page 22 - 1.1.16 Year 2000 Compliant

Installing the DeviceInstallation 3-33.3 INSTALLING THE DEVICEThe 2H258-17R may be installed on a tabletop, shelf, or in a 19-inch rack. Section 3.3.1

Page 23 - 1.2 GETTING HELP

NOTICEEnterasys Networks reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document and its web site withou

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Installing the Device3-4 InstallationFigure 3-1 Tabletop or Shelf Installation3.3.2 Rackmount InstallationTo install the 2H258-17R in a 19-inch rack,

Page 25 - Network Requirements

Installing the DeviceInstallation 3-5InstallationRack mounting the 2H258-17R involves the following:• Attaching the strain-relief bracket • Rack mount

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Installing the Device3-6 InstallationRack Mounting the 2H258-17RProceed as follows to install the 2H258-17R into a 19-inch rack:1. There are several m

Page 27 - Installation

Installing the DeviceInstallation 3-7Figure 3-4 Installing the Device in a Rack3.3.3 Connecting PowerTo connect the 2H258-17R to the power sources, pr

Page 28 - 3.2 INSTALLING OPTIONS

Connecting to the Network3-8 InstallationFigure 3-5 2H258-17R Rear View2. Observe the LANVIEW LEDs. After a successful boot, the PWR LED turns ON (gre

Page 29 - 3.3 INSTALLING THE DEVICE

Connecting to the NetworkInstallation 3-9Each fiber optic link consists of two fiber optic strands within the cable: the transmit (TX) and the receive

Page 30 - 3.3.2 Rackmount Installation

Connecting to the Network3-10 InstallationFigure 3-6 Fiber Optic Connection3. Plug the other end of the cable into the appropriate port on the other d

Page 31 - Bracket Screws

Completing the InstallationInstallation 3-113.5 COMPLETING THE INSTALLATIONAfter installing the 2H258-17R and any optional HSIM or VHSIM, and making t

Page 33 - 3.3.3 Connecting Power

Troubleshooting 4-14TroubleshootingThis chapter provides information concerning the following:• Using LANVIEW (Section 4.1)• Troubleshooting Checklist

Page 34 - 3.4 CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK

INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICEThis digital apparatus does not exceed the class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the Radio

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Using LANVIEW4-2 TroubleshootingTable 4-1 describes the LED indications and provides recommended actions as appropriate.Refer to the HSIM or VHSIM use

Page 36 - 3-10 Installation

Using LANVIEWTroubleshooting 4-3CPU Off Power off. Power up device.Red Blinking. Hardware failure has occurred.Contact Enterasys Networks for assistan

Page 37 - Installation 3-11

Troubleshooting Checklist4-4 Troubleshooting4.2 TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLISTIf the 2H258-17R is not working properly, refer to Table 4-2 for a checklist

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Troubleshooting ChecklistTroubleshooting 4-5No Local Management Password screen.Autobaud is enabled, but the baud rate has not yet been detected.Press

Page 39 - Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Checklist4-6 TroubleshootingCannot contact the 2H258-17R through in-band management.IP address not assigned. Refer to the SmartSwitch

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Troubleshooting ChecklistTroubleshooting 4-7User parameters (IP address, Device and Module name, etc.) were lost when the 2H258-17R power was cycled o

Page 41 - Troubleshooting 4-3

Using the RESET Button4-8 Troubleshooting4.3 USING THE RESET BUTTONThe RESET button shown in Figure 4-2 resets and re-initializes the 2H258-17R.Figure

Page 42 - 4.2 TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST

Specifications A-1ASpecificationsThis appendix provides operating specifications for the Enterasys Networks 2H258-17R. Enterasys Networks reserves the

Page 43 - Troubleshooting 4-5

Electrical SpecificationsA-2 SpecificationsA.3 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONSA.4 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTSA.5 INPUT/OUTPUT PORTSLine Input Range, Volts (V

Page 44 - 4-6 Troubleshooting

COM Port Pinout AssignmentsSpecifications A-3A.6 COM PORT PINOUT ASSIGNMENTSThe COM port is a serial communications port that supports Local Managemen

Page 45 - Troubleshooting 4-7

ENTERASYS NETWORKS, INC.PROGRAM LICENSE AGREEMENTBEFORE OPENING OR UTILIZING THE ENCLOSED PRODUCT,CAREFULLY READ THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT.This document

Page 47 - Specifications

Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings B-1BOptional Installations andMode Switch Bank SettingsThe top cover must be removed to gain acce

Page 48 - A.5 INPUT/OUTPUT PORTS

Removing the Chassis CoverB-2 Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank SettingsB.2 REMOVING THE CHASSIS COVERThis section describes how to remove t

Page 49 - A.7 REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

Removing the Chassis CoverOptional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings B-3To remove the chassis cover, proceed as follows: 1. Disconnect the 2

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Removing the Chassis CoverB-4 Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank SettingsFigure B-1 Removing the Chassis Cover2504-30Note: If the device was

Page 51 - Mode Switch Bank Settings

Setting the Mode SwitchesOptional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings B-5B.3 SETTING THE MODE SWITCHESFigure B-2 shows the location of the mod

Page 52 - ÑOS, AL IGUAL QUE AL APARATO

Setting the Mode SwitchesB-6 Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings• Switch 6 – Forced BootP. DO NOT attempt a Forced BootP unless a Boo

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SIMM UpgradeOptional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings B-7B.4 SIMM UPGRADEMemory upgrade is available for the 2H258-17R to expand its DRAM t

Page 54 - Removing the Chassis Cover

SIMM UpgradeB-8 Optional Installations and Mode Switch Bank SettingsB.4.2 Installing the DRAM SIMMTo install a DRAM SIMM, refer to Figure B-4 and proc

Page 55 - B.3 SETTING THE MODE SWITCHES

Installing Optional HSIM or VHSIM Interface ModulesOptional Installations and Mode Switch Bank Settings B-9B.5 INSTALLING OPTIONAL HSIM OR VHSIM INTER

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3. APPLICABLE LAW. This Agreement shall be interpreted and governed under the laws and in the state and federal courts of New Hampshire without regard

Page 58 - SIMM Upgrade

Index-1IndexNumerics100BASE-Trequirements 2-12H258-17Rdescription of 1-1front panel 1-1802.1p Port Priorityintroduction to 1-5BBroadcast Suppressionin

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Index-2MManagementuse of 1-6Memoryupgrading B-7Mode Switchsetting B-5NNetwork connections 3-8PPhysical properties A-1Port redirect functionintroductio

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8. AUDIT RIGHTS. You hereby acknowledge that the intellectual property rights associated with the Program are of critical value to Enterasys and, acco

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYApplication of Council Directive(s): 89/336/EEC73/23/EECManufacturer’s Name: Enterasys Networks, Inc.Manufacturer’s Address:

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